Hayward J. Godwin
Hayward J. Godwin
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Narcissism and consumer behaviour: a review and preliminary findings
SZ Cisek, C Sedikides, CM Hart, HJ Godwin, V Benson, SP Liversedge
Frontiers in psychology 5, 74030, 2014
Dual-target search for high and low prevalence X-ray threat targets
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Visual Cognition 18 (10), 1439-1463, 2010
The effects of increasing target prevalence on information processing during visual search
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, KR Cave, M Thaibsyah, N Donnelly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 469-475, 2015
Perceptual failures in the selection and identification of low-prevalence targets in relative prevalence visual search
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, CA Riggs, KR Cave, N Donnelly
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 150-159, 2015
Using eye movements to investigate selective attention in chronic daily headache
C Liossi, DE Schoth, HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge
PAIN® 155 (3), 503-510, 2014
The impact of relative prevalence on dual-target search for threat items from airport X-ray screening
HJ Godwin, T Menneer, KR Cave, S Helman, RL Way, N Donnelly
Acta psychologica 134 (1), 79-84, 2010
High or low target prevalence increases the dual-target cost in visual search.
T Menneer, N Donnelly, HJ Godwin, KR Cave
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (2), 133, 2010
Visual similarity is stronger than semantic similarity in guiding visual search for numbers
HJ Godwin, MC Hout, T Menneer
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21, 689-695, 2014
Using multidimensional scaling to quantify similarity in visual search and beyond
MC Hout, HJ Godwin, G Fitzsimmons, A Robbins, T Menneer, ...
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 3-20, 2016
Coarse-to-fine eye movement behavior during visual search
HJ Godwin, ED Reichle, T Menneer
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21, 1244-1249, 2014
Modeling lag‐2 revisits to understand trade‐offs in mixed control of fixation termination during visual search
HJ Godwin, ED Reichle, T Menneer
Cognitive science 41 (4), 996-1019, 2017
Eye movements during visual search for emotional faces in individuals with chronic headache
DE Schoth, HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge, C Liossi
European Journal of Pain 19 (5), 722-732, 2015
Categorical templates are more useful when features are consistent: Evidence from eye movements during search for societally important vehicles
MC Hout, A Robbins, HJ Godwin, G Fitzsimmons, C Scarince
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79, 1578-1592, 2017
Faster than the speed of rejection: Object identification processes during visual search for multiple targets.
HJ Godwin, SC Walenchok, JW Houpt, MC Hout, SD Goldinger
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 41 (4 …, 2015
Search for two categories of target produces fewer fixations to target-color items.
T Menneer, MJ Stroud, KR Cave, X Li, HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18 (4), 404, 2012
Perceptual and decisional factors influencing the discrimination of inversion in the Thatcher illusion.
K Cornes, N Donnelly, H Godwin, MJ Wenger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (3), 645, 2011
Individual differences in search and monitoring for color targets in dynamic visual displays.
A Muhl-Richardson, HJ Godwin, M Garner, JA Hadwin, SP Liversedge, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 24 (4), 564, 2018
The influence of experience upon information-sampling and decision-making behaviour during risk assessment in military personnel
HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge, JA Kirkby, M Boardman, K Cornes, ...
Visual Cognition 23 (4), 415-431, 2015
Modes of Address in Pictorial Art: An Eye Movement Study of Manet's Bar at the Folies-Bergère
B Harland, J Gillett, CM Mann, J Kass, HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge, ...
Leonardo 47 (3), 241-248, 2014
The importance of search strategy for finding targets in open terrain
CA Riggs, K Cornes, HJ Godwin, SP Liversedge, R Guest, N Donnelly
Cognitive research: principles and implications 2, 1-17, 2017
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