Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Boettcher, S.E.P., Shalev N., Wolfe, J.M., Nobre, A.C., (2021). Right place, right time: Spatiotemporal predictions guide attention in dynamic visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 
  2. Gresch, D., Boettcher, S.E.P., van Ede, F., & Nobre, A.C., (2021). Shielding working-memory representations from temporally predictable external interference. Cognition, 217, 104915.
  3. Boettcher, S.E.P., Gresch, D., Nobre, A.C., & van Ede, F. (2021). Output planning at the input stage in visual working memory. Science Advances, 7(13), 8212-8236
  4. Boettcher S.E.P., van Ede, F., & Nobre A.C.,  (2020). Functional biases in attentional templates from associative memory. Journal of Vision. 20(13):7. 
  5. Boettcher S.E.P., Stokes M.G., Nobre A.C., & van Ede F. (2020). One thing leads to another: anticipating visual object identity based on associative-memory templates. Journal of Neuroscience.
  6. Võ, M.L.H., Boettcher, S.E.P., & Draschkow D. (2019). Reading Scenes: How scene grammar guides attention and aids perception in real world environments. Current Opinion in Psychology. (29) 205-210.
  7. Boettcher, S.E.P., Draschkow D., Dienhart E., & Võ M. L.-H. (2018) Anchoring visual search in scenes: Assessing the role of anchor objects on eye movements during visual search. Journal of Vision; 18(13):11. doi: 10.1167/18.13.11.
  8. Boettcher, S.E.P., Drew, T., & Wolfe, J.M.  (2018) Lost in the supermarket: Quantifying the cost of partitioning memory sets in hybrid search. Memory & Cognition. (46), 43–57.
  9. Drew, T., Boettcher, S.E.P., & Wolfe, J.M. (2017). One visual search, many memory searches: An eye-tracking investigation of hybrid search. Journal of Vision, 17(5). doi:10.1167/17.11.5  
  10. Wolfe, J.M., Aizenman, A.M., Boettcher, S.E.P., & Cain, M.S., (2016) Hybrid Foraging Search:  Searching for multiple instances of multiple types of target. Vision Research.119, 50-59.
  11. Drew, T. Boettcher, S.E.P., & Wolfe, J.M. (2015) Searching while loaded: Visual working memory does not interfere with hybrid search efficiency but hybrid search uses working memory capacity. Psychonomics Bulletin & Review.
  12. Boettcher, S.E.P. & Wolfe J.M. (2015) Searching for the right word: Hybrid visual and memory search for words. Attention Perception and Psychophysics. 77(4):1132-42.
  13. Wolfe, J.M., Boettcher, S.E.P., Josephs, E.L., Cunningham, C.A., & 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, 41(6), 1576–1587.
  14. Drew, T., Sherman, A., Boettcher, S.E.P., & Wolfe, J.M. (2014). Memory search for the first target modulates the attentional blink. Memory & Cognition. 42(8). 1333-44.
  15. Boettcher, S.E.P., Drew, T. & Wolfe, J.M. (2013) Hybrid Search in Context: How to search for vegetables in the produce section and cereal in the cereal aisle. Visual Cognition. 21(6). 678-682. 

Book Chapters

  1. Wolfe, J.M., Drew, T., & Boettcher, S.E.P. (2015) “Hybrid Search: Picking up a thread from Schneider and Shiffrin (1977)”, In Cognitive Modeling in Perception and Memory: A Festschrift for Richard M. Shiffrin. Psychology Press.