Summer 2014 Lab News

Some new publications:

Benatar, A., & Clifton Jr, C. (2014). Newness, givenness and discourse updating: Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Memory and Language, 71, 1-16.

Pazzaglia, A. M., Staub, A., & Rotello, C. M. (2014).  Encoding time and the mirror effect in recognition memory:  Evidence from eyetracking.  Journal of Memory and Language, 75, 77-92.

A recent conference presentation:

Wang, Cohen, & Li. (May 2013). Cultural Differences in Decision Making for the Self and Other.  Presented at 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, PRC.

Some upcoming ones at AmLap, in Edinburgh in September:

Kretzschmar, F., Schlesewsky, M. & Staub, A. Word frequency in context shows differential effects on eye fixations and fixation-related potentials.

Weiss, A. F., Kretzschmar, F., Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I., & Staub, A. The influence of lexical association on syntactic analysis: Eye movement evidence.

And some at Psychonomics, in Long Beach in November:

Staub, A., Kretzschmar, F., & Schlesewsky, M. Co-Registration of Eye Movements and EEG Demonstrates Dissociation of Predictability and Frequency Effects in Reading.

Cohen, A., Staub, A., & Hedrick, J. Information Use in Bayesian Reasoning.

Keung, L., & Staub, A.  Number Attraction Occurs Even When There Are No Plurals.

Fall 2013 Lab Meetings

Lab meetings this semester will be on Wednesday at 4:00.  Here is a tentative schedule of the days we are meeting, and the presenter:

September 25:  Josh Levy

October 16:  Dick Bogartz

October 30:  Lap Keung

November 6:  Brian Dillon

November 20:  Shayne Sloggett

December 4:  Kris Curro



Welcome to the new Umass Eyetracking Lab website.  The site is still a work in progress.  Please do not hesitate to contact me (Adrian Staub) with questions, comments, or suggestions.