Damien Litchfield
Damien Litchfield
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Edge Hill University
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Viewing another person’s eye movements improves identification of pulmonary nodules in chest x-ray inspection.
D Litchfield, B Linden, T Donovan, D Manning, T Crawford
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2010
Rapid communication: Using another's gaze as an explicit aid to insight problem solving
D Litchfield, LJ Ball
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 64 (4), 649-656, 2011
Looking for cancer: Expertise related differences in searching and decision making
T Donovan, D Litchfield
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (1), 43-49, 2013
Worth a quick look? Initial scene previews can guide eye movements as a function of domain-specific expertise but can also have unforeseen costs.
D Litchfield, T Donovan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2016
When distraction helps: evidence that concurrent articulation and irrelevant speech can facilitate insight problem solving
LJ Ball, JE Marsh, D Litchfield, RL Cook, N Booth
Thinking & Reasoning 21 (1), 76-96, 2015
Visual information search in simulated junction negotiation: gaze transitions of young novice, young experienced and older experienced drivers
H Scott, L Hall, D Litchfield, D Westwood
Journal of Safety Research 45, 111-116, 2013
Learning from others: Effects of viewing another person's eye movements while searching for chest nodules
D Litchfield, LJ Ball, T Donovan, DJ Manning, T Crawford
Medical Imaging 2008: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology …, 2008
Immobilisation of the knee and ankle and its impact on drivers’ braking times: a driving simulator study
A Waton, R Kakwani, NJ Cooke, D Litchfield, D Kok, H Middleton, L Irwin
The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume 93 (7), 928-931, 2011
Interactivity and embodied cues in problem solving, learning and insight: further contributions to a “theory of hints”
LJ Ball, D Litchfield
Cognition beyond the brain, 115-132, 2017
Stereotype threat may not impact women's inhibitory control or mathematical performance: Providing support for the null hypothesis
CR Pennington, D Litchfield, N McLatchie, D Heim
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (4), 717-734, 2019
What am I looking at? Interpreting dynamic and static gaze displays
M van Wermeskerken, D Litchfield, T van Gog
Cognitive Science 42 (1), 220-252, 2018
Learning from where ‘eye’remotely look or point: Impact on number line estimation error in adults
T Gallagher-Mitchell, V Simms, D Litchfield
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (7), 1526-1534, 2018
Staying over-optimistic about the future: Uncovering attentional biases to climate change messages
G Beattie, M Marselle, L McGuire, D Litchfield
Semiotica 2017 (218), 21-64, 2017
The flash-preview moving window paradigm: unpacking visual expertise one glimpse at a time.
D Litchfield, T Donovan
Frontline Learning Research 5 (3), 80-94, 2017
Saccadic Eye Movement Abnormalities in Children with Epilepsy
J Lunn, T Donovan, D Litchfield, C Lewis, R Davies, T Crawford
PloS one 11 (8), e0160508, 2016
Social attention in children with epilepsy
J Lunn, T Donovan, D Litchfield, C Lewis, R Davies, T Crawford
Brain and cognition 113, 76-84, 2017
Negative priming for target selection with saccadic eye movements
T Donovan, TJ Crawford, D Litchfield
Experimental Brain Research 222 (4), 483-494, 2012
The susceptibility of compound remote associate problems to disruption by irrelevant sound: a Window onto the component processes underpinning creative cognition?
JE Marsh, E Threadgold, ME Barker, D Litchfield, F Degno, LJ Ball
Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 1-30, 2021
Medical image perception: how much do we understand it?
T Donovan, D Litchfield, TJ Crawford
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2072, 2017
'Target absent' decisions in cancer nodule detection are more efficient than 'target present' decisions!
TJ Crawford, D Litchfield, T Donovan
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2016
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