Journal articles

Saunders, D. R., Melcher, D. & van Zoest, W. (under review) Joint Stroop effects: No evidence of task co-representation, but social presence increases switch costs.

Ware, E., Saunders, D. R., & Troje, N. F. (2015) The influence of motion quality on responses towards video playback stimuli. Biology Open, 4(7), 803-811. html pdf

Williamson, K. E., Jacobson, L. S., Saunders, D. R., & Troje, N. F. (2015) Local and global aspects of biological motion perception in children born at very low birth weight. Child Neuropsychology, 21(5): 603-628. html pdf

Saunders, D. R., Bex, P. J., Rose, D. J. & Woods, R. L. (2014). Measuring information acquisition from video using automated scoring of natural language descriptions. PLoS ONE 9(4): e9325. html pdf

Saunders, D. R., Woods, R. L. (2014). Direct measurement of the system latency of gaze-contingent displays. Behavior Research Methods, 21(5): 603-628. pdf link to paywall version

Han, P., Saunders, D. R., Woods, R. L., Luo, G. (2013). Trajectory prediction of saccadic eye movements using a compressed exponential model. Journal of Vision, 13(8):27, 1-13. html pdf

Saunders, D. R., Bex, P.J., & Woods, R. L. (2013). Crowdsourcing a normative natural language dataset: A comparison of Mechanical Turk and in-lab data collection. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15(5), e100. html

Hirai, M., Chang, D. H. F., Saunders, D. R., Troje, N. F. (2011) Body configuration modulates the usage of local cues to direction in biological motion perception. Psychological Science, 22: 1543-1549. pdf press release

Hirai, M., Saunders, D. R., Troje, N. F. (2011). Allocation of attention to biological motion: Local motion dominates global shape. Journal of Vision, 11(3):4, 1-11. html pdf

Saunders, D. R., Williamson, D. K. & Troje, N. F. (2010). Gaze patterns during perception of direction and gender from biological motion. Journal of Vision, 10(11):9, 1-10. html pdf

Saunders, D. R., Suchan, J. & Troje, N. F. (2009). Off on the wrong foot: Local features in biological motion. Perception, 38(4), 522-532. pdf