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Publications and Presentations

 

Wegenek, A (2012). Is A Career in Academia, Research, or Practice Right for You? Eye On Psi Chi, 16(3), p. 24.

Wegenek & Bill Buskist (2010). Insider's Guide to the Psychology Major: Everything You Need to Know About the Degree and Profession. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Wegenek, A (2009). "Virtual Laboratory Manual with CD" prepared for Bruce Goldstein's Sensation and Perception, 8th ed., Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

Rezec A., & Parent, E. (2008).  The Voice of Graduate Students: Psychosocial Factors Influencing Doctoral Student Success Across Disciplines. Western Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Poster presentation in Irvine, CA.

Southall, M. & Rezec, A. (2008). Positive and Negative Effects of Priming on Recall. Western Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Poster presentation in Irvine, CA.

Dobkins KR, Rezec AA & Krekelberg (2007). Effects of Spatial Attention and Salience Cues on Chromatic and Achromatic Motion Processing. Vision Research 47, 1893-1906

 

Rezec A & Dobkins KR (2004). Attentional Effects on Motion Processing.  Book Chapter in Laurent Itti, Geraint Rees, and John Tsotsos (eds) Neurobiology of Attention, Academic Press / Elsevier (Chapter 81).

Rezec AA, Krekelberg B & Dobkins KR (2004). Attention Enhances Adaptability: Evidence from Motion Adaptation Experiments. Vision Research, 44, 3035-3044.

Rezec AA & Dobkins KR (2004). Attentional Weighting: A Possible Account of Visual Field Asymmetries in Visual Search? Spatial Vision, 17, 269-293.

Thiele A, Rezec A & Dobkins KR (2002). Chromatic input to motion processing in the absence of attention. Vision Research, 42, 11, 1395- 1401.

Rezec AA, Krekelberg B, & Dobkins KR (2003). Effects of attention and contrast on motion processing. Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, Fla. Journal of Vision.

Rezec AA, & Dobkins KR (2001).  Sensory- and attention- based visual field asymmetries for motion and orientation discrimination. Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, Fla. May, 2001.

Rezec AA, Bosworth RG & Dobkins KR (2000).  Lower visual field advantage for motion detection: perceptual or attentional? Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Seventh Annual Meeting, p. 94. Poster presentation in San Francisco, CA.

Rezec AA, Thiele A & Dobkins KR (2000). Strength of Chromatic Input to Motion Processing: Dependent on Attention?  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 41, S721.  Poster presentation in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Rezec A & Dobkins KR (1999). Effects of spatial attention on motion detection thresholds. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 40, S805.  Poster presentation in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.