Both of my interviews for the Neurotransmission Podcast have been aired (in February and March of 2018). The first is titled, “Cognitive Psychology: Flying Below the Radar.” The second is called, “An Eye for Cognitive Innovation.” You can find the episodes here (Season 2, Episodes 13 and 14). https://www.cengage.com/learn/neurotransmission?channel=eloqua&elq_mid=23794&elq_nm=FD_NeuroTransmission_Podcast_S2E13_HED_408509&elq_cid=111216&utm_medium=email&utm_source=eloqua-batch&utm_campaign=studentengagement&utm_content=408550
In the July/August 2013 issue of Scientific American MIND magazine, Stephen D. Goldinger and I published an article entitled “To see or not to see?” on the topic of vision and eye movements. The full article can be downloaded on the Publications tab of this site, or you can scoop the online version of the article, here: http://www.scientificamerican.com/magazine/mind/2013/07-01/.
In the January/February 2015 issue of Scientific American MIND magazine, Arryn Robbins and I published an article entitled “Look into my eyes” on the topic of eye-tracking technology. As with the 2013 article, you can download it from the Publications tab of this site, or find the link, here: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/new-technologies-track-our-eyes-and-read-our-minds/.