Candace Peacock
Candace Peacock
Vision Scientist, Snap Inc.
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Meaning guides attention during scene viewing, even when it is irrelevant
CE Peacock, TR Hayes, JM Henderson
Attention, Perception, Psychophysics, 2019
Towards gaze-based prediction of the intent to interact in virtual reality
B David-John, CE Peacock, T Zhang, TS Murdison, H Benko, TR Jonker
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications, 7, 2021
Meaning and Attentional Guidance in Scenes: A Review of the Meaning Map Approach
JM Henderson, TR Hayes, CE Peacock, G Rehrig
Vision 3 (9), 1-10, 2019
The role of meaning in attentional guidance during free viewing of real-world scenes
CE Peacock, TR Hayes, JM Henderson
Acta Psychologica 198, 102889, 2019
Where the action could be: Speakers look more at meaningful scene regions than graspable objects when describing potential actions
G Rehrig, C Peacock, T Hayes, F Ferreira, JM Henderson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2019
Meaning maps capture the density of local semantic features in scenes: A reply to Pedziwiatr, Kümmerer, Wallis, Bethge & Teufel (2021)
JM Henderson, TR Hayes, CE Peacock, G Rehrig
Cognition 214, 104742, 2021
Visual and verbal working memory loads interfere with scene-viewing
DA Cronin, CE Peacock, JM Henderson
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (6), 2814-2820, 2020
Center bias does not account for the advantage of meaning over salience in attentional guidance during scene viewing
CE Peacock, TR Hayes, JM Henderson
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1877, 2020
Verbal cues flexibly transform spatial representations in human memory
CE Peacock, AD Ekstrom
Memory 27 (4), 465-479, 2019
Meaning and expected surfaces combine to guide attention during visual search in scenes
C Peacock, DA Cronin, TR Hayes, JM Henderson
Journal of Vision 21 (1), 2021
Gaze Signatures Decode the Onset of Working Memory Encoding
CE Peacock, B David-John, T Zhang, TS Murdison, MJ Boring, H Benko, ...
Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive State '21 at CHI' 21, 4, 2021
Gaze as an Indicator of Input Recognition Errors
CE Peacock, B Lafreniere, T Zhang, S Santosa, H Benko, TR Jonker
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 6 (ETRA), 1-18, 2022
Electrophysiological correlates of encoding processes in a full-report visual working memory paradigm
KW Killebrew, G Gurariy, CE Peacock, ME Berryhill, GP Caplovitz
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 353-365, 2018
Look at what I can do: Object affordances guide visual attention while speakers describe potential actions
G Rehrig, M Barker, CE Peacock, TR Hayes, JM Henderson, F Ferreira
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 84 (5), 1583-1610, 2022
Eye to Eye: Gaze Patterns Predict Remote Collaborative Problem Solving Behaviors in Triads
A Abitino, SL Pugh, CE Peacock, SK D’Mello
Artificial Intelligence in Education: 23rd International Conference, AIED …, 2022
Gaze dynamics are sensitive to target orienting for working memory encoding in virtual reality
CE Peacock, T Zhang, B David-John, TS Murdison, MJ Boring, H Benko, ...
Journal of vision 22 (1), 2-2, 2022
Encoding-stage adaptation effects: long-term memory
CE Peacock, F Gözenman
Perception 47 (2), 216-224, 2018
Objects are selected for attention based upon meaning during passive scene viewing
CE Peacock, EH Hall, JM Henderson
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-13, 2023
Systems and methods for using natural gaze dynamics to detect input recognition errors
TR Jonker, C Peacock, B Lafreniere, T Zhang, H Benko, R Alghofaili, ...
US Patent App. 17/866,179, 2023
Searching for meaning: Local scene semantics guide attention during natural visual search in scenes
CE Peacock, P Singh, TR Hayes, G Rehrig, JM Henderson
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 76 (3), 632-648, 2023
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