Publications

This list may periodically be out of date, please refer to my Google Scholar profile when in doubt or my ResearchGate page.

Articles

Sullivan, B., & Walker, L. (2015). Comparing the fixational and functional preferred retinal location in a pointing task. Vision research, 116, 68-79.

Eye Movements, Visual Search and Scene Memory, in an Immersive Virtual Environment; D Kit, L Katz, B Sullivan, K Snyder, D Ballard, M Hayhoe; PloS one 9 (4), e94362; 2; 2014

Predicting Human Visuomotor Behavior in a Driving Task. Ballard DH, Johnson LM, Sullivan BT, Hayhoe MH; Philosophical Transactions B. (369). 2014

A softmax barrier model of eye movements in a driving task. Johnson, L., Sullivan, BT, Ballard, D., & Hayhoe, M., Proc. 35th Annual Conf. of the Cognitive Science Society, 689-691 1. 2013.

A Hierarchical Modular Architecture for Embodied Cognition; Ballard DH, Kit D, Rothkopf CA, Sullivan B; Proceedings of the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Tübingen Symposium on Multisensory perception and action. Multisensory Research 26 (2013) 177–204

Sullivan, B., Johnson, L., Rothkopf, C., Ballard, D., & Hayhoe, M. (2012). The effect of uncertainty and reward on fixation behavior in a driving task. Journal of Vision, 12(9), 1259-1259.

Using visuo-spatial memory for novelty detection. Kit, D; Sullivan, BT, Ballard, DH;  Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2011).

A modular reinforcement learning model for human visuomotor behavior in a driving task. Sullivan, BT; Johnson, LM; Ballard, DH; Hayhoe, MH; Proceedings of the AISB 2011 Symposium on Architectures for Active Vision. 2011 April; 33-40.

Use of multiple preferred retinal loci in Stargardt’s disease during natural tasks: a case study. Sullivan B, Jovancevic-Misic J, Hayhoe M, Sterns G. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2008 Mar;28(2):168-77. 

Look-ahead fixations: anticipatory eye movements in natural tasks. Mennie, N; Hayhoe, M; Sullivan, B. Experimental Brain Research. 2006.   

Control of attention and gaze in complex environments. Jovancevic, J; Hayhoe, M; Sullivan, B; Journal of Vision. Vol 6; Issue 12. 2006. PDF. http://www.journalofvision.org/6/12/9/

Task demands control acquisition and storage of visual information. Droll JA, Hayhoe MM, Triesch J, Sullivan BT.  J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2005 Dec;31(6):1416-38.

Use of gaze in natural tasks in Stargardt’s disease: A preferred retinal region Sullivan, B.; Jovancevic, J.; Hayhoe, M.; Sterns, G.   International Congress Series Volume 1282 , September 2005, Pages 608-612. Vision 2005 – Proceedings of the International Congress April 2005 in London, UK

The role of internal models and prediction in catching balls. Hayhoe, M., Mennie, N., Sullivan, B., Gorgos, K.; Proceedings of AAAI, Fall 2005.

What You See Is What you Need.  Triesch, J; Ballard, DH; Hayhoe, M; Sullivan, B;Journal of Vision Special Issue: ‘Failures of Visual Awareness’. (2003). http://journalofvision.org/3/1/9/  PDF.

Saccade Contingent Updating in Virtual Reality. Triesch, JJ; Hayhoe, M;  Ballard DH, Sullivan, B. Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium. New Orleans, LA, USA, 2002.

Vision in Natural and Virtual Environments. Hayhoe, M; Ballard, M; Triesch, J; Shinoda, H; Aivar, P; Sullivan, B. (2002). Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium. New Orleans, LA, USA, 2002.

Conference Abstracts

Visual attention during linguistic-visual conflicts; Sullivan B, Brouwer H, Rodriguez A, Crocker M, Knoeferle P; European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK, August 2015

Real World Eye Movement Statistics. Sullivan B, Ghahghaei S, Walker L; Applied Vision Association; Christmas Meeting 2014, UCL, London, UK

Statistics of Eye Movements in Natural Tasks. B Sullivan, S Ghahghaei, L Walker. Journal of Vision 14 (10), 764-764 2014

Comparing the fixational and functional preferred retinal locus. Brian Sullivan and Laura Renninger.  ARVO Meeting Abstracts June 16, 2013 54:5039

A modular soft barrier model combines uncertainty and reward to predict human eye movements in a two-task driving environment. Leif Johnson, Brian Sullivan, Mary Hayhoe, and Dana Ballard J Vis July 24, 2013 13(9): 920

The effect of uncertainty and reward on fixation behavior in a driving task. Brian Sullivan, Leif Johnson, Constantin Rothkopf, Dana Ballard, and Mary Hayhoe. J Vis August 13, 2012 12(9): 1259

Searching for objects in a virtual apartment: the effect of experience on scene memory. Leor Katz, Dmitry Kit, Brian Sullivan, Kat Snyder, and Mary Hayhoe. J Vis August 13, 2012 12(9): 264

Task-dependent gaze priorities in driving. Brian Sullivan, Constantin Rothkopf, Mary Hayhoe, and Dana Ballard. J Vis September 23, 2011 11(11): 932

A computational model for change detection in familiar environments; D Kit, B Sullivan, K Snyder; Vision Sciences Society Conference 2010. Abstract in J Vis August 2, 2010 10(7): 743; doi:10.1167/10.7.743

Modeling gaze priorities in driving; B Sullivan, C Rothkopf, M Hayhoe, D Ballard; Vision Sciences Society Conference 2010. Abstract in J Vis August 2, 2010 10(7): 139; doi:10.1167/10.7.139

The influence of prior experience and task-demands on visual search for a pop-out target. BT Sullivan, M Hayhoe; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2009.

The effect of experience on visual capture in a virtual environment. K Snyder, BT Sullivan, R Revia, M Hayhoe; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2009.

Avoiding collisions in real and virtual environments. J Jovancevic-Misic, BT Sullivan, M Hayhoe; Vision Sciences Society Conference 2008. http://journalofvision.org/8/6/113/

Consequences of central vision loss for eye movements in natural tasks. BT Sullivan, J Jovancevic-Misic, M Hayhoe, G Sterns. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2008. http://journalofvision.org/7/9/525/

Control of gaze while walking in a real environment. J Jovancevic-Misic, B Sullivan, K Chajka, M Hayhoe; Vision Sciences Society Conference 2007. http://journalofvision.org/7/9/1000/

Learning gaze allocation priorities in complex environments. Jovancevic, J;  Sullivan, B; Hayhoe, M; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2006.  http://journalofvision.org/6/6/480/

Predictive eye movements in squash. Chajka, K; Hayhoe, M; Sullivan, B; Pelz, J; Mennie, N; Droll, J; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2006. http://journalofvision.org/6/6/481/

Change blindness during multiple interactions with a single object.  Robinson, AE; Triesch, J; Hayhoe, M; Droll, J; Sullivan, B;Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2006;  http://journalofvision.org/6/6/986/

Mennie N, Hayhoe M M, Sullivan B, 2005, “Visual strategies when catching a ball” Perception 34 ECVP Abstract Supplement

Use of gaze in natural tasks in Stargardt’s disease: a preferred retinal region. Jovancevic, J; Sullivan, B; Hayhoe, M; Sterns, G.  Vision 2005 Conference – London.

Attentional capture for potential collisions gated by task.  J Jovancevic, B Sullivan, M Hayhoe;Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2005;  http://journalofvision.org/5/8/101/

Sources of information for catching balls. NR Mennie, MM Hayhoe, N Stupak, B Sullivan; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2005.  http://journalofvision.org/5/8/383/

Training-induced improvements of visual motion perception after V1 cortical damage in humans. KR Huxlin, J Williams, B Sullivan, M Hayhoe; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2005; http://journalofvision.org/5/8/708/

Bayesian modeling of task dependent visual attention strategy in a virtual reality environment. CA Rothkopf, DH Ballard, BT Sullivan, K de Barbaro; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2000;  http://journalofvision.org/5/8/920/

Control of Gaze While Walking.  Jelena Jovancevic, Mary Hayhoe, Brian Sullivan;Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2004. http://journalofvision.org/4/8/4/

Working Memory for Object Features is Influenced by Scene Context. J Droll, MM Hayhoe, J Triesch, BT Sullivan; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2004; http://journalofvision.org/4/8/152/

The Role of Prediction in Catching Balls. MM Hayhoe, N Mennie, K Gorgos, J Semrau, B Sullivan;Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2004.  http://journalofvision.org/4/8/156/

Droll J A, Hayhoe M M, Triesch J, Sullivan B T, 2003, “Influence of task demands on object representations” Perception 32 ECVP Abstract Supplement

Looking Ahead Can Influence the Eye but not the Hand. NR Mennie, MM Hayhoe, BT Sullivan; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2003;  http://journalofvision.org/4/8/833/ 2003

Task Relevance of Object Features Modulates the Content of Visual Working Memory. JA Droll, MM Hayhoe, J Triesch, BT Sullivan;Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2003;  http://journalofvision.org/3/9/28/

Look ahead fixations and visuo-motor planning. NR Mennie, MM Hayhoe, BT Sullivan, C Walthew; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference. 2003. http://journalofvision.org/3/9/123/

Is it important to look ahead of the action when performing a natural task? N Mennie, M Hayhoe, B Sullivan; 12th European Conference on Eye Movements. 2003. Dundee, Scotland; http://www.dundee.ac.uk/psychology/ecem12/Oral

Transient visual representations: a change blindness approach. J Triesch, BT Sullivan, MM Hayhoe, DH Ballard; Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Conference 2002.  http://journalofvision.org/2/7/244/

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