TRAFTON DREW portrait
  • Affiliated Faculty, Interdepartmental Program in Neuroscience
  • Associate Professor, Psychology Department

Publications

  • Brunye, T. T., Drew, T., Weaver, D. L., & Elmore, J. G. (2019). A review of eye tracking for understanding and improving diagnostic interpretation. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 4(1), 7. Published, 01/2019.
  • Clement, A., Stothart, C., Drew, T., & Brockmole, J.R. (2019). Between-category semantic associations do not modulate the visual awareness of objects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72(5), 1224-1232. Published, 01/2019.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., Luria, R. (2019).Neural evidence for an object-based pointer system underlying working memory. Cortex, 119, 362-372. Published, 01/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2019). What do we know about volumetric medical image search?: A review of the basic science and medical image perception literatures. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 4(1), 21. Published, 01/2019.
  • Banerjee, S., Drew, T., Mills, M. K., Aufferman, W. F. (2019). Perceptual training: learning versus attentional shift. Journal of Medical Imaging, 7(2), 022407. Published, 01/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Drew, T. (2018). Working memory capacity predicts search accuracy for novel as well as repeated targets. Visual Cognition, 26(6), 463-474. Published, 01/2018.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., Luria, R. (2018). Delineating resetting and updating in visual working memory based on the object-to-representation correspondence. Neuropsychologia, 113, 85-94. Published, 01/2018.
  • Drew, T., Williams, L., Aldred, B., Heilbrun, M., & Minoshima, S. (2018). Quantifying the costs of interruptions during diagnostic radiology using mobile eye tracking. Journal of Medical Imaging, 5(3), 031406. Published, 01/2018.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., & Luria, R. (2018). Visual working memory can selectively reset a subset of its representations. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(5), 1877-1883.. Published, 01/2018.
  • Drew, T., Williams, L., Jones, C., Luria, R (2018). Neural processing of repeated search targets depends upon the stimuli: Real world stimuli engage semantic processing and recognition memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 480. Published, 01/2018.
  • Boettcher SEP, Drew T & Wolfe JM (2018). Lost in the supermarket: Quantifying the cost of partitioning memory sets in hybrid search. Memory & Cognition. Vol. 46, 43-57. Published, 01/01/2018.
  • Drew, T., Boettcher, S.E., & Wolfe, J.M. (2017). One visual search, many memory searches: An eye-tracking investigation of hybrid search. Journal of Vision, 17(11), 4-4. Published, 01/2017.
  • Aizenman, A., Drew, T., Ehinger, K.A., Georgian-Smith, D., & Wolfe, J.M. (2017). Comparing search patterns in digital breast tomosynthesis and full field digital mammography: An eye tracking study. Journal of Medical Imaging, 4(4), 045501. Published, 01/2017.
  • Williams, L.H., & Drew, T. (2017). Distraction in diagnostic radiology: How is search through volumetric medical images affected by interruptions? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2(1), 39. Published, 01/2017.
  • Rubin, G., Williams, L., & Drew, T. (in press). Perception of volumetric data. To appear in The Handbook of Medical Image Perception and Techniques. Accepted, 01/2017.
  • Wolfe, J.M., Drew, T., & Evans, K. (in press). The role of sub-second and peripheral perception. To appear in The Handbook of Medical Image Perception and Techniques. Accepted, 01/2017.
  • Drew, T., & Williams, L. (2017). Simple eye-movement feedback during visual search is not helpful. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2(14), 44. Published, 01/2017.
  • Drew T, Boettcher SE & Wolfe JM (2016). Searching while loaded: Visual working memory does not interfere with hybrid search efficiency but hybrid search uses working memory capacity. Psychonomic bulletin & review. Vol. 23, 201-12. Published, 02/01/2016.
  • Josephs E, Drew T & Wolfe J (2016). Shuffling your way out of change blindness. Psychonomic bulletin & review. Vol. 23, 193-200. Published, 02/01/2016.
  • Drew T, Aizenman AM, Thompson MB, Kovacs MD, Trambert M, Reicher MA & Wolfe JM (2016). Image toggling saves time in mammography. Journal of medical imaging (Bellingham, Wash.). Vol. 3, 011003. Published, 02/01/2016.
  • Wen G, Aizenman A, Drew T, Wolfe JM, Haygood TM & Markey MK (2016). Computational assessment of visual search strategies in volumetric medical images. Journal of medical imaging (Bellingham, Wash.). Vol. 3, 015501. Published, 01/01/2016.
  • Wolfe JM, Evans KK, Drew T, Aizenman A & Josephs E (2016). How do radiologists use the human search engine. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 169(1-4), 24-31. doi: 10.1093/rpd/ncv501. Published, 01/2016.
  • Drew, T., & Stohart, C. (2016). Clarifying the role of target similarity, task relevance, and feature-based suppression during sustained inattentional blindness. Journal of Vision, 16(15): 13, 1-9. Published, 01/2016.
  • Wolfe JM, Boettcher SE, Josephs EL, Cunningham CA & Drew T (2015). You look familiar, but I don't care: Lure rejection in hybrid visual and memory search is not based on familiarity. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance. Vol. 41, 1576-87. Published, 12/01/2015.
  • Wolfe, J. M., Drew, T., & Boettcher, S. E. (2015). Hybrid search: Picking up a thread from Schneider and Shiffrin (1977). In Raaijmakers, J. G. W., Criss, A. H., Goldstone, R. L., Nosofsky, R. M., Steyvers, M. Cognitive Modeling in Perception and Memory: A Festschrift for Richard M. Shiffrin (63-81). New York: Psychology Press. Published, 11/01/2015.
  • Drew T, Sherman A, Boettcher SE & Wolfe JM (2014). Memory search for the first target modulates the magnitude of the attentional blink. Memory & cognition. Vol. 42, 1333-44. Published, 10/01/2014.
  • Drew T, Mance I, Horowitz TS, Wolfe JM & Vogel EK (2014). A soft handoff of attention between cerebral hemispheres. Current biology : CB. Vol. 24, 1133-7. Published, 05/01/2014.
  • Drew T & Wolfe JM (2014). Hybrid search in the temporal domain: Evidence for rapid, serial logarithmic search through memory. Attention, perception & psychophysics. Vol. 76, 296-303. Published, 04/01/2014.
  • Drew T & Wolfe JM (2014). Hybrid search in the temporal domain: Evidence for rapid, serial logarithmic search through memory. Attention, perception & psychophysics. Vol. 76, 296-303. Published, 04/01/2014.

Presentations

  • Lavelle, M., Alonso, D., & Drew, T. (2019, November). Do you remember these distractors? Exploring the factors that influence the relationship between incidental fixations and memory. Poster presented at the Object, Perception, Attention, and Memory meeting, Montreal, Que. Poster, Presented, 11/2019.
  • Alonso, D., Williams, L.H., Vazquez, S., Tasvec, A., Drew, T. (November, 2019). Telephone interruptions lead to uniquely prolonged subsequent cognitive impairment. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, Montreal, Que. Poster, Presented, 11/2019.
  • Nicora, G., Alonso, D., Orrego, J., Tasvec, A., Drew, T. (November, 2019). Evaluating the target template theory in a real-world search design: a mobile eye-tracking study. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, Montreal, Que. Poster, Presented, 11/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Wilson, V., Alonso, D., Luria, R., Drew, T. (November, 2019). Neural evidence of reactivating memory for recent search targets. Poster presented at the annual meeting for the Psychonomics Society, Montreal, Que. Poster, Presented, 11/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Carrigan, A., Auffermann, W.F., Mills, M., Rich, A.N., Drew, T. (2019, November). What are the characteristics of expert search behavior in volumetric medical images? Talk presented at the Object, Perception, Attention, and Memory meeting, Montreal, Que. Presentation, Presented, 11/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Carrigan, A., Auffermann, W., Mills, M., Rich, A.N. (2019). The invisible breast cancer: Inattentional blindness in response to medically-relevant stimuli in radiologists. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Nicora, G. L., Wilson, V. Stokes, D. Stefanucci., J. Drew, T. (2019). The Sum or Parts: Exploring Radiologist Reliance on Peripheral Vision and Holistic Processing Through Gaze-Contingent Viewing. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Thomas, J., Fawver, B. Mills, M. Auffermann, W., Drew, T., Williams, A. M. (2019). Visual Search Behavior Reveals Differences in Diagnostic Accuracy Based on Experience. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Banerjee, S., Mills, M. Drew, T., Aufferman, W. (2019). Perceptual Training – Learning Versus Attentional Shift. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Banerjee, S., Drew, T., Aufferman, W. (2019). RadSimP - A Custom Software Solution for Perceptual Training Compared with Current Perceptual Software. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Drew, T. & Reback, I. (2019). Worse in Real Life: An Eye-Tracking Examination of the Costs of CAD at Low Prevalence. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Vazquez, S., Alonso, D., Drew, T. (2019). Residual Costs of Interruption in Diagnostic Radiology. Talk presented at the Medical Image Perception Society meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Drew, T., Williams L. H., Wolfe, J. M. Wiegand, I. (2019). How do you know if you saw that? Electrophysiological correlates of searching through memory. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2019.
  • Alonso, D. F., Falla S. Y., Vaskevich, A., Luria, A., Drew, T. (2019). Does the relationship between incidental fixations and distractor recognition depend on target consistency across visual search trials? Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2019.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., Luria, R. (2019) Neural evidence for a dissociation between the pointer system and the representations of visual working memory. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2019.
  • Ostlund, B.D., Alonso, D., Williams, L., Crowell, S., Conradt, E., and Drew, T. (2019). “Developmental Origins and Temperamental Correlates of Neural Reactivity to Novelty Among 7-Month-Olds: An ERP Study “. Poster presented at the Biennial Society for Research in Child Development. Poster, Presented, 04/2019.
  • Williams, L.H., Carrigan, A., Auffermann, W.F., Mills, M., Rich, A.N., Drew T. (2019). Inattentional blindness in response to medically-relevant stimuli in radiologists. Talk presented at the annual meeting for the Experimental Psychology Conference, Wellington, New Zealand. Presentation, Presented, 01/2019.
  • Nicora, G.L., Drew, T., Stokes, D., & Stefanucci, J. (2018). Do you see what I see? Exploring holistic processing with gaze-contingent viewing. Poster presented at the 2018 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 11/2018.
  • Williams, L.H., Wiegand, I., Wolfe, J., & Drew, T. (2018). Electrophysiological correlates of searching through memory during hybrid visual search. Posted presented at the annual meeting of Object, Perception, Attention, and Memory, New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 11/2018.
  • Alonso, D. F., Wilson, V., Williams, L., Jones, C., Luria, R., Drew, T. (2018). “Old or New? Electrophysiological measures of working-memory and long-term memory for previously encountered targets during visual search”. Poster presented at Utah Neuroscience Snowbird Symposium. Poster, Presented, 10/2018.
  • Falla, S. Y., Alonso, D. F., Drew, T. (2018). Neural Measures of Tracking Objects Through Occlusions. Poster presented at Utah Neuroscience Snowbird Symposium. Poster, Presented, 10/2018.
  • 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. Presentation, Presented, 07/2018.
  • Alonso, D.F., Nicora, L. G., Rand, K., Creem-Regehr, S.H., Drew, T. (2018) “Take A Walk: Using mobile eye tracking to investigate the effects of incidental fixations in real-world search.” Talk presented at Cognitive science meeting for interdisciplinary learning (CSAIL): Hood River, OR. Presentation, Presented, 07/2018.
  • Nicora, G., Alonso, D., Rand, K., Creem-Regehr, S., & Drew, T. (2018) “Exploring the utility of incidental fixations in dynamic real-world visual search through mobile eye tracking ” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Williams, L., Drew, T. (2018) “Now, where was I? Investigating the utility of eye-tracking feedback during interrupted search tasks.” Poster presented at International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Poster, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Guthrie, J., Aufferman, W., Mills, M., & Drew, T. (2018, May) The Effect of Interruption On Structures of Primary and Secondary Importance In Diagnostic Radiology. Poster session presented at the 27th Annual UCLA Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Poster, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2018) “Are rejected distractors maintained in working memory? Evidence from the Contralateral Delay Activity.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Jones, C., Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2018) “Does this grab your attention? A comparison of attention and memory resources deployed during search for artificial and real world objects.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., & Luria, R. (2018) “An object-based pointer system in working memory.” Talk presented at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL. Presentation, Presented, 05/2018.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2017). Repeated target search: Does the nature of the target determine the rate of transfer into long-term memory? Poster presented at Psychonomics Annual Meeting: Vancouver, BC. Poster, Presented, 11/2017.
  • Drew, T., Vaskevich, A., & Luria, R. (2017). Distractor memory during visual search is unaffected by dwell time. Talk presented at Psychonomics Annual Meeting: Vancouver, BC. Presentation, Presented, 11/2017.
  • Jones, C., Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2107). Hey, remember me? A comparison of memory resources used In artificial stimuli and real world objects. Poster presented at Utah Neuroscience Snowbird Symposium. Poster, Presented, 10/2017.
  • Alonso, D., Balaban, H., Luria, R., & Drew, T. (2017). Did someone press the reset button? Neural evidence for the resetting process in visual working memory during multiple object tracking. Poster presented at Utah Neuroscience Snowbird Symposium. Poster, Presented, 10/2017.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., & Luria, R. (2017). Breaking the objects-to-representations correspondence in working-memory leads to a resetting process. Talk presented at American Psychological Science Annual Meeting: Boston, MA. Presentation, Presented, 08/2017.
  • Drew, T., Williams, L., Aldred, B., Heilbrun, M., & Minoshima, S. (2017). The cost of distraction: Quantifying the effects of interruptions during diagnostic radiology using mobile eye tracking. Talk presented at Medical Image Perception Society: Houston, TX. Presentation, Presented, 07/2017.
  • Hunsaker, D., Tenney, E., & Drew, T. (2017). Tracking eye movement in emotionally charged negotiations. Talk presented at International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Berlin, Germany. Presentation, Presented, 07/2017.
  • McEntee, M. F., Drew, T., Aizenman, A. M., Carrigan, A., Ekpo, E., & Wolfe, J. M. (2017). Examining the ‘gambler’s fallacy’ in radiology. Talk presented at Medical Image Perception Society: Houston, TX. Presentation, Presented, 07/2017.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2017). Interruptions in radiology: Is there a tradeoff between speed and accuracy? Talk presented at Medical Image Perception Society: Houston, TX. Presentation, Presented, 07/2017.
  • Drew, T., & Reback, I. (2017). Low target prevalence exacerbates problems with Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) during visual search. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Gil-Gómez, B., Drew, T., Rin, D., & Wolfe, J. M. (2017). Target prevalence in a visual search task differentially modulates lure effects from visual working memory. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Balaban, H., Drew, T., & Luria, R. (2017). Visual working memory resetting is triggered by a loss of objects-to-representations correspondence. Talk presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Presentation, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2017). Electrophysiological correlates of individual differences in visual search. Talk presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Presentation, Presented, 05/2017.
  • Ostlund, B.D., Williams, L., Conradt, E., & Drew, T. (2017). Allocating attention to threat: Pupil dilation and fearfulness in infancy. Paper presented as part of a paper symposium at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development: Austin, TX. Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2017.
  • Alonso, D. F., Thomas, J., & Drew, T. (2017). Distractor Zap: Exploring the nature of hybrid search tasks through eye tracking. Poster presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association: Salt Lake City, UT. Poster, Presented, 04/2017.
  • Reback, I., & Drew, T. (2017). Low target prevalence exacerbates problems with computer-aided detection (CAD) during visual search.” Poster presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association: Salt Lake City, UT. Poster, Presented, 04/2017.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2017). Electrophysiological correlates of individual differences in visual search. Talk presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association: Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 04/2017.
  • Drew., T. (2016) “Exploring the utility of online feedback during visual search”. Talk presented at Psychonomics Annual Meeting: Boston, MA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/11/2016.
  • Cain, M. S. & Drew., T. (2016) “Cause or correlate? Exploring the effect of working memory on subsequent search misses”. Talk presented at Psychonomics Annual Meeting: Boston, MA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/11/2016.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2016). 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 Psychonomics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. Poster, Presented, 07/2016.
  • Aldred, B, Heilbrun, M., Wiggins, R. H., Minoshima, S., Drew, T. (2016) “The cost of distraction: Quantifying the effects of telephone interruptions on the diagnostic radiologist using mobile eye tracking”. Scientific Presentation presented at the meetings of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL. Presentation, Presented, 06/06/2016.
  • Aizenman, A. M., Drew, T., Georgian-Smith, D., & Wolfe, J. M. (2016). Patterns of eye movements in breast tomosynthesis and full field digital mammography: an eye-tracking study. Scientific Presentation presented at the meetings of the Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, IL. Presentation, Presented, 06/06/2016.
  • Drew, T., Aldred, B., Heilbrun, M., & Minoshima, S. (2016). Quantifying the costs of telephone interruptions during diagnostic radiology: A mobile eye-tracking study. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2016.
  • Gil-Gomez, B., Drew, T., Rin, D., & Wolfe, J.M. (2016). Paradoxical speeding of visual search by the inclusion of WM and LTM lures. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2016.
  • Williams, L., & Drew, T. (2016). Lost in space: The cost of interruption during search through volumetric medical images. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2016.
  • Wen, G., Aizenman, A., Drew, T., Wolfe, J. M., Markey, M. K. , & Haygood, T. M. (2016). Computational Assessment of Visual Search Strategies in Volumetric Medical Images. Poster presented at Workshop on Natural Environments Tasks and Intelligence, Austin, TX.  . Poster, Presented, 02/05/2016.
  • Alonso, D.F., Jones, C., Thomas, J., & Drew, T. (2016). Now you track me, now you don't: Neural measures of tracking through object occulsions. Poster presented at the Utah Neuroscience Snowbird Symposium. Poster, Presented, 01/2016.
  • Drew, T. (2015). “An electrophysiological measure of tracking through occlusion.” Invited Talk presented at Society for Psychophysiological Research Annual Meeting: Seattle, WA. Presentation, Presented, 10/12/2015.
  • Boettcher SEP, Drew T, Wolfe, JM (2015). “Partitioning hybrid memory and visual search: Exploring the ability to search for the right target in the right place”. Poster Presented at 7th Bernstein Sparks Workshop: Active Perceptual Memory: Berlin, Germany. ! Poster, Presented, 09/15/2015.
  • Drew, T. (2015). “Searching for Feature-Based Surround Suppression in Inattentional Blindness.” Talk presented at Cognitive science meeting for interdisciplinary learning (CSAIL): Hood River, OR. Presentation, Presented, 07/31/2015.
  • Drew, T. (2015). “Searching for Feature-Based Surround Suppression in Inattentional Blindness.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Accepted, 02/11/2015.
  • Gil-GoĢmez, B., Drew, T., Rin, D., Wolfe, J. M.(2015). “Active working memory tasks interfere with inefficient search but NOT with efficient search, guided by bottom-up salience.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Poster, Accepted, 02/10/2015.
  • Drew, T., Aizenman, A. M., Thompson, M., Kovacs, M. D., Trambert, M., Reicher, Wolfe, J. M. (2015). Image shuffling saves time in mammography. Talk presented at Medical Image Perception Society: Ghent, Belgium. Presentation, Accepted, 02/03/2015.
  • Wolfe, J. M., Drew, T., Boettcher, S. E. P. (2014). "The (Minimal) Role of Familiarity in Hybrid Visual and Memory Search." Talk Presented at Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach CA. Presentation, Accepted, 11/2014.
  • Gil-Gómez de Liaño, B.; Drew, T; Quirós, M. & Wolfe, J. (2014). Active Working Memory Tasks Interfere with Visual Search while Passive Tasks Do Not. Sepex-Sepneca 2014. Murcia, Spain, 1-4 October, 2014. Presentation, Presented, 10/2014.
  • Wolfe, J. M., Drew, T., Vo, M. L. H. (2014). “You don’t know where your eyes have been and that could be problem.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: Naples, FL. Poster, Submitted, 05/2014.
  • Gil-Gomez, B., Drew, T., Quirós, M., Wolfe, J. M. (2014). “Updating for free? Span and Updating tasks modulate Visual Search in a similar manner.” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: Naples, FL. Poster, Presented, 05/2014.
  • Aizenman, A., Drew, T., Georgia-Smith, D., Wolfe, J. M.,(2014). “Comparing search strategy in breast tomosynthesis and 2D mammogram: an eye tracking study. ” Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: Naples, . Poster, Submitted, 05/2014.
  • Drew, T., Wolfe, J. M., Birdwell, R., Georgia-Smith, D. (2014). “Comparing search in breast tomosynthesis and 2D mammograms: an eye-tracking study.” Talk presented at American Roentgen Ray Society : San Diego, CA. Presentation, Presented, 05/2014.
  • Drew, T. Wolfe, J. M. (2014). “Shuffling your way out of change blindness.” Talk presented at Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting: St. Petersburg, FL. Presentation, Presented, 05/2014.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Identifying infant neurophysiological signatures linked with prenatal exposure to maternal anxiety. PI: Elisabeth Conradt. Co-PI(s): Trafton Drew, Erin Clark. Neuroscience Initiative Pilot Funding, 07/01/2016 - 06/30/2017. Total project budget to date: $50,000.00
  • Expertise, perception, and attention. PI: Dustin Stokes. Co-PI(s): Trafton Drew, Jeanine Steffanucci. College of Humanities, 03/11/2016 - 03/12/2017. Total project budget to date: $10,000.00
  • Attentional support for visual search and surveillance . PI: Trafton Drew. Co-PI(s): Jeremy M. Wolfe. Army Research Office (DOD), 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2018. Total project budget to date: $898,310.00