Center for Perceptual Systems

R. Calen Walshe

Calen Walshe began a postdoctoral fellowship in Bill Geisler's lab in August, 2015. He completed his PhD at The University of Edinburgh, where he studied saccade programming and eye-movement control within natural environments. His research utilized a combination of psychophysics and computational modelling. At the Center for Perceptual Systems, Calen will extend his research to the study of how properties of human sensory processing - in particular, detectability across the visual field - contributes to the selection of eye-movement target locations in search and other natural tasks.

Publications
Walshe, R.C. and Nuthmann, A. (2015). Mechanisms of saccadic decision making while encoding naturalistic scenes. Journal of Vision, 15(5):21, 1-19.
Walshe, R.C. and Nuthmann, A. (2014) Asymmetrical control of fixation durations in scene viewing. Vision Research, 100, 38-46.
McColeman, C., Barnes, J., Chen, L., Meier, K., Walshe, R.C., & Blair, M. (2014). Learning induced changes in attentional allocation during categorization: A sizable catalog of attention change as measured by eye movements. PLoS One, 9.
Blair, M.R., Watson, M.R., Walshe, R.C., & Maj, F. (2009). Extremely selective attention: Eye-tracking studies on dynamic attentional allocation to stimulus features. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35(5), 1196-1206.