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Gagnier, K.M., Intraub, H., Oliva, A., & Wolfe, J.M.  (2011).  Why does Vantage Point Affect Boundary Extension?  Visual Cognition, 19, 234-            257, First published on: 30 November 2010 (iFirst).

Intraub (2010). Rethinking Scene Perception: A Multisource Model. In B. Ross (Ed), Psychology of Learning and Motivation, vol. 52, (pp 231-            264).  Burlington: Academic Press.

Dickinson, C. A., & Intraub, H. (2009). Spatial Asymmetries in Viewing and Remembering Scenes: Consequences of an Attentional Bias? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71, 1251-1262.

 

Michod, K.O., & Intraub H. (2009). Boundary Extension. Scholarpedia, 4(2):3324.

 

Intraub, H., Daniels, K. K., Horowitz, T.S., & Wolfe, J.M. (2008). Looking at scenes while searching for numbers: Dividing attention multiplies space, Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 1337-1349.

 

Intraub, H. & Dickinson, C. A. (2008). False memory 1/20th of a second later: What the early onset of boundary extension reveals about perception. Psychological Science, 19, 1007-1014.  (manuscript (The definitive version available at www.blackwell-synergy.com)

 

Dickinson, C. A., & Intraub, H.  (2008). Transsaccadic representation of layout: What is the time course of boundary extension?  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34, 543-555.

 

Park, S., Intraub, H., Yi, D-J, Widders, D, & Chun M. M. (2007). Beyond the Edges of a View: Boundary Extension in Human Scene-Selective Visual Cortex, Neuron, 54, 335-342.
 

Intraub (2007).  Scene perception:  The world through a window.  In Peterson, M.A., Gillam, B., Sedgwick, H.A. (Eds), In The Mind’s Eye: Julian Hochberg on the Perception of Pictures, Films, and the World (pp. 454-466).  NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Quinn, P.C., & Intraub, H.  (2007).  Perceiving “outside the box” occurs early in development: Evidence for boundary extension in 3- to 7-month old infants.  Child Development, 78, 324-334.

 

Intraub, H., Hoffman, J.E., Wetherhold, C. J., Stoehs S. (2006). More than meets the eye:  The effect of planned fixations on scene representation. Perception and Psychophysics, 5, 759-769.

 

Daniels, K.K. & Intraub, H. (2006). The shape of a view: Are rectilinear views necessary to elicit boundary extension? Visual Cognition 14,129-149.

 

Intraub, H. (2004). Anticipatory spatial representation in a deaf and blind observer, Cognition. 94, 19-37.

 

Gottesman, C.V. & Intraub, H. (2003).  Constraints on spatial extrapolation in the mental representation of scenes.  View-boundaries versus object boundaries.  Visual Cognition, 10, 875-893. 

 

Gottesman, C.V. & Intraub, H. (2002).  Surface construal and the mental representation of scenes.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 28, 1-11.

 

Intraub, H. (2002). Visual scene perception.  In Nadel, L. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, 4, pp. 524 - 527. London: Nature Publishing Group.

 

Intraub, H. (2002). Anticipatory spatial representation of natural scenes: momentum without movement? Visual Cognition, 9, 93-119. (Special Issue: Representational momentum: New findings, new directions).

 

Intraub, H. (2001). Internalized constraints in the representation of spatial layout. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24:4, 677-678.

 

Intraub, H. (1999). Understanding and remembering briefly glimpsed pictures: Implications for visual scanning and memory. In Fleeting Memories: Cognition of Brief Visual Stimuli, Veronika Coltheart (Ed.), MIT Press/Massachusetts (pgs.47-70)

 

Gottesman, C.V. & Intraub, H (1999). Wide-angle memory of close-up scenes: A demonstration of boundary extension. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 31, 86-93.

 

Intraub, H., Gottesman, C.V., & Bills, A.J. (1998).  Effects of perceiving and imagining scenes on memory for pictures.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 24, 186-201.

 

Previc, F. H., & Intraub, H. (1997). Vertical biases in scene memory, Neuropsychologia, 35,1513-1517.

 

Intraub, H. (1997). The representation of Visual Scenes. Trends in the Cognitive Sciences, 1, 217-221.

 

Bishop, P. J., and Intraub, H. (1996). Visual dissociation of digitized photographs. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 28, 365-371.

 

Intraub, H., Gottesman, C.V., Willey, E. V., & Zuk, I.J. (1996). Boundary extension for briefly glimpsed pictures: Do common perceptual processes result in unexpected memory distortions? Journal of Memory and Language, 35, 118-134. (Special Edition, entitled,"Memory Illusions")

 

Intraub, H, & Berkowits, D. (1996). Beyond the edges of a picture. American Journal of Psychology, 109, 581-598.

 

Intraub H., & Bodamer, J.L. (1993). Boundary extension: Fundamental aspect of pictorial representation or encoding artifact?  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 19, 1387-1397.

 

Intraub, H., Bender, R.S., & Mangels, J.A. (1992). Looking at pictures but remembering scenes.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 18, 180-191.

 

Intraub, H., and Hoffman, J.E. (1992). Remembering scenes that were never seen: Reading and visual memory. American Journal of Psychology, 105, 101-114.

 

Intraub, H. (1992). Contextual factors in scene perception. In Chekaluk, E. & Llewellyn, K.R. (Eds.), The Role of Eye Movements in Perceptual Processes. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.: Holland. (Pgs. 45-72).

 

Intraub, H., and Richardson, M. (1989). Wide-angle memories of close-up scenes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 15, 179-187.

 

Intraub, H. (1989). Illusory Conjunctions of forms, objects and scenes during rapid serial visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 15, 98-109.

 

Intraub, H. (1986). Visual dissociation of objects and forms: Integration errors in a very short-term store. In The Eighth Annual Conference of The Cognitive Science Society (pgs. 676-683), Erlbaum: NJ.

 

Intraub, H. (1985).  Visual dissociation: An illusory conjunction of pictures and forms.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 11, 431-442.

 

Intraub, H., & Nicklos, S. (1985).  Levels of processing and picture memory: The physical superiority effect.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 11, 284-298.

 

Intraub, H. (1985).  Conceptual masking of briefly glimpsed photographs. In R. Groner, G.W. McConkie,& C. Menz (Eds.), Eye Movements and Psychological Processes. North Holland Publishing Co.

 

Intraub, H. (1984).  Conceptual masking: The effects of subsequent visual events on memory for pictures.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Learning, Memory, and Cognition, l0, ll5-125.

 

Intraub, H. (1981).  Identification and processing of briefly glimpsed visual scenes.  In D.F. Fisher, R.A. Monty, & J.W. Senders (Eds.), Eye Movements: Cognition and Visual Perception.  Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Intraub, H. (1981).  Rapid conceptual identification of sequentially presented pictures.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 7, 604-610. (Special edition entitled, "Reading and Related Processes").

 

Intraub, H. (1980).  Presentation rate and the representation of briefly glimpsed pictures in memory.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Learning and Memory, 6, 1-12.

 

Intraub, H. (1979).  The role of implicit naming in pictorial encoding.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 5, 78-87.