PUBLICATIONS

UNDER REVIEW OR IN PREPARATION

Remington, W. R., Retell, J. D., & Folk, C. C. (under review). The consequences of Attentional Capture for Visual Working Memory.  

Arnold, D. H., Retell, J. D., Johnston, A. (under review). Time compressions generalise for 1st and 2nd order motions.

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., & Remington, R. W. (2015). Previously seen and expected stimuli elicit surprise in the context of visual search. Attention Perception and Psychophysics. 10.3758/s13414-015-1052-9

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., & Remington, R. W. (2015). An effective attentional set for a specific colour does not prevent capture by infrequently presented motion distractors. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-26. 10.1080/17470218.2015.1080738

Retell, J. D., Venini, D., & Becker, S. I. (2015). Oculomotor capture by new and unannounced colour singletons during visual search. Attention Perception and Psychophysics. 10.3758/s13414-015-0888-3

Retell, J. D. (2014) Attentional Control: The role of task-expectations in determining visual selection. The University of Queensland. 

Becker, S.I., Harris, A.M., Venini, D., & Retell, J.D. (2014). Visual search for colour and shape: When is the gaze guided by feature relationships, when by feature values? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40(1), 264-291. Available here.

Finlayson, N.J., Remington, R.W., Retell, J.D., & Grove, P.M. (2013). Segmentation by depth does not always facilitate visual search. Journal of Vision, 13(8):11. [abstract]

Harrison, W. J., Retell, J. D., Remington, R. W., and Mattingley, J. B. (2013). Visual crowding at a distance during predictive remapping. Current Biology, 23, 1–6. Available here.

 

~ Please email me at jdretell@gmail.com for reprints if you do not have access to any of the above publications.

 

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS & POSTERS

Retell, J. D., Johnston, A., & Arnold, D. H. (2014). Time compression for dynamic tests following 1st and 2nd order motion adaptation. The 14th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. St Pete Beach, Florida: 16-21 May.

Retell, J. D., Johnston, A., & Arnold, D. H. (2014). Time compression for dynamic tests following 1st and 2nd order motion adaptation. Proceedings of the 41th Australian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia: 23-26 April.

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., & Remington, R. W. (2013) The contributions of expectancy and prior exposure to the surprise response in visual search. The 13th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida: 10-15 May.

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., & Remington, R. W. (2013) The contributions of expectancy and prior exposure to the surprise response in visual search. Proceedings of the 40th Australian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, Australia: 3-6 April.

Retell, J. D., Kunde, A., Lien, M., & Remington, R. W. (2012). The role of reward in driving attention shifts. The 12th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida: 11-16 May.

Harrison, W., Retell, J. D., Mattingley, J., & Remington, R. (2012). Predictive remapping preserves elementary visual features across saccades. The 12th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida: 11-16 May.

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., & Remington, R. W. (2011) A novel result: rare motion transients capture attention. Proceedings of the 38th Australian Experimental Psychology Conference. Sydney, Australia: 12-15 April.

Retell, J. D., Becker, S. I., Remington, R. W. (2010). Breaking the set: surprise capture in a spatial cueing paradigm. The 51st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. St. Louis, MS: 18-21 November.

 

AWARDS

Best poster presentation at the 40th Australian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, Australia: 3-6 April 2013.

The University of Queensland, School of Psychology Tutor Excellence Award for 2011

Dean’s Commendation for High Achievement, University of Queensland (×2; 2007-2008)

 

COMPLETED COURSEWORK

Computational Neuronscience:  Run through Coursera by Associate Professor Adrienne Fairhall & Associate Professor Rajesh P. N. Rao both of the University of Washington – statement of accomplishment.

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