TALKS & SYMPOSIA

  1. Williams, L.H., Carrigan, A., Auffermann, B., Mills, M., Rich, A.N. (2019, April). The invisible breast cancer: Inattentional blindness in response to medically-relevant stimuli in radiologists. Talk submitted for presentation at the annual meeting for the Australasian Diagnostic Error in Medicine Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Williams, L.H., Carrigan, A., Auffermann, W., Mills, M., and Rich, A.N. (2019, April). Interruption in radiology: Quantifying differential cost in response to different types of interruption. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, LA.

Drew, T., Williams, L.H., Auffermann, W., and Mills, M. (2018, November). Interruption in radiology: Quantifying differential cost in response to different types of interruption. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, LA.

Williams, L.H., Drew, T., Wolfe, J., and Wiegand, I. (2018, July). How do you know if you saw that? Electrophysiological correlates of searching through memory. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning, Hood River, OR.

 

Ostlund, B., Williams, L.H., Payne, B., Conradt, E., Crowell, S. Drew, T. (2018, July). The adaptive influence of pregnancy-specific anxiety on infant neurophysiology. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning, Hood River, OR.

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2017, August). Individual differences and the role of working memory in visual search. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning, Hood River, OR.

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2017, July). Interruptions in diagnostic radiology: Is there a tradeoff between speed and accuracy? Talk presented at the annual meeting of the Medical Image Perception Society, Houston, TX.

 

Drew, T., Williams, L.H., Aldred, B., Heilbrun, M., Minoshima, S. (2017, July). The cost of distraction: Quantifying the effects of interruption during diagnostic radiology using mobile eye tracking. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the Medical Image Perception Society, Houston, TX.

Williams, L.H., and Drew, T. (2017, April). What can the Contralateral Delay Activity tell us about the role of working memory in visual search? Talk presented at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Ostlund, B. D., Williams, L.H., Conradt, E., Drew, T. (2017, April). Allocating attention to threat: Pupil dilation and fearful temperament in infancy. Symposium presented at the annual meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2016, July). Lost in space: The cost of interruption during search through volumetric medical images. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning, Hood River, OR.

POSTERS

Ostlund, B.D., Alonso, D., Williams, L.H., Crowell, S.E., Conradt, E., Drew, T. (March, 2019). Developmental origins and temperamental correlates of neural reactivity to novelty among 7-month-olds: An ERP study. Poster submitted for presentation at the annual meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD.

 

Williams, L.H., Wiegand, I., Wolfe, J., and Drew, T. (2018, November). Electrophysiological correlates of searching through memory during hybrid visual search. Posted presented at the annual meeting of the Object, Perception, Attention, and Memory, New Orleans, LA.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2018, November). Visual search is faster when there is less target information in working memory. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, LA.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2018, May). Are rejected distractors maintained in working memory? Evidence from the Contralateral Delay Activity. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

 

Jones, C., Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2018, May). Does this grab your attention? A comparison of attention and memory resources deployed during search for artificial and real world objects. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2018, May). Now, where was I? Investigating the utility of eye-tracking feedback during interrupted search tasks. Poster presented at the International meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2017, November). Does interruption prevalence influence the magnitude of the interruption cost in volumetric medical image search? Poster presented at the annual meeting for Object, Perception, Attention, and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

 

Williams, L.H., Jones, C., Drew, T. (2017, November). Repeated target search: Does the nature of the target determine the rate of transfer into long-term memory? Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, Vancouver, BC.

 

Jones, C., Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2017, October). Hey, remember me? A comparison of memory resources used in artificial stimuli and real world objects. Poster presented at the annual Snowbird Symposium, Snowbird, UT.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2017, May). Electrophysiological correlates of individual differences in visual search. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

 

Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2016, November). Exploring the role of working memory in visual search: Repeating targets does not diminish the relationship between search and working memory capacity. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, Boston, MA.

 

Williams, L., Drew, T. (2016, May). Lost in space: The cost of interruption during search through volumetric medical images. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

 

Kikumoto, A., Williams, L., Robson, S., Mayr, U. (2015, March). Using the Contralateral Delay Activity to probe the nature of task sets representation. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

 

Williams, L., Robson, S., Mayr, U. (2014, May). Plasticity-based brain training and aging: A meta-analytic review. Poster presented at the annual Stanford Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Stanford, CA.

 

Williams, L., Robson, S., Mayr, U. (2014, May). Plasticity-based brain training and aging: A meta-analytic review. Poster presented at the annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

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