Kaitlin E W Laidlaw
Kaitlin E W Laidlaw
Postdoctoral Fellow, Western University
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Social attention with real versus reel stimuli: Toward an empirical approach to concerns about ecological validity
EF Risko, KEW Laidlaw, M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6 (143), 2012
Potential social interactions are important to social attention
KEW Laidlaw, T Foulsham, G Kuhn, A Kingstone
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5548-5553, 2011
Recurrence quantification analysis of eye movements
NC Anderson, WF Bischof, KEW Laidlaw, EF Risko, A Kingstone
Behavior research methods 45, 842-856, 2013
A new look at social attention: orienting to the eyes is not (entirely) under volitional control.
KEW Laidlaw, EF Risko, A Kingstone
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (5 …, 2012
Camouflaged attention: Covert attention is critical to social communication in natural settings
KEW Laidlaw, A Rothwell, A Kingstone
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (6), 449-455, 2016
The time course of vertical, horizontal and oblique saccade trajectories: Evidence for greater distractor interference during vertical saccades
KEW Laidlaw, A Kingstone
Vision Research 50 (9), 829-837, 2010
Fixations to the eyes aids in facial encoding; covertly attending to the eyes does not
KEW Laidlaw, A Kingstone
Acta Psychologica 173, 55-65, 2017
A fresh look at saccadic trajectories and task irrelevant stimuli: Social relevance matters
KEW Laidlaw, TA Badiudeen, MJH Zhu, A Kingstone
Vision Research 111, 82-90, 2015
Eye contact affects attention more than arousal as revealed by prospective time estimation
M Jarick, KEW Laidlaw, E Nasiopoulos, A Kingstone
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 1302-1307, 2016
Cognitive ethology and social attention
A Kingstone, KEW Laidlaw, E Nasiopoulos, EF Risko
On human nature, 365-382, 2017
If not when, then where? Ignoring temporal information eliminates reflexive but not volitional spatial orienting
KEW Laidlaw, A Kingstone
Vision 1 (2), 12, 2017
Looking away: distractor influences on saccadic trajectory and endpoint in prosaccade and antisaccade tasks
KEW Laidlaw, MJH Zhu, A Kingstone
Experimental brain research 234, 1637-1648, 2016
10 Levels of Complexity and the Duality of Gaze: How Social Attention Changes from Lab to Life
KEW Laidlaw, EF Risko, A Kingstone
Shared Representations: Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Life, 195, 2016
Reflexive orienting to gaze is not luminance dependent
KEW Laidlaw, J Pratt
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72, 28-32, 2010
A Longer Look at Time: Time Slows Down During Prolonged Eye Contact
M Jarick, K Laidlaw, V Alispahic, A Kingstone
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 134-134, 2012
Recurrence quantification analysis of scan patterns
N Anderson, K Laidlaw, W Bischof, A Kingstone
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 544-544, 2012
Don't look! Orienting to the eyes is not (entirely) under volitional control
K Laidlaw, E Risko, A Kingstone
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 620-620, 2011
Listen Up! Using Podcasts in STEM Courses to Improve Engagement and Facilitate Review
KEW Laidlaw
Teaching Innovation Projects 8 (1), 2018
Looking at people in real life: Methods for investigating social attention
K Laidlaw, A Kingstone
PERCEPTION 44, 80-81, 2015
Examining the deployment of overt and covert attention to social stimuli in naturalistic and laboratory environments
KEW Laidlaw
University of British Columbia, 2015
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