Articles

Wick, F. A., Alaoui Soce, A., Garg, S., Grace, R. C., & Wolfe, J. M. (2019). Perception in dynamic scenes: What is your Heider capacity? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. PDF

Wick, F.A., Garaas, T. W. & Pomplun, M. (2016). Saccadic adaptation alters the attentional field. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. PDF

Wick, F.A., Wick, M.L. & Pomplun, M. (2016). Filling in the details: Perceiving from low fidelity visual input. CoRR. PDF

Wu, C., Wick, F.A. & Pomplun, M. (2014). Guidance of visual attention by semantic information in real-world scenes. Frontiers in Psychology. PDF

Ahmed, F., Cohen, J. D., Binder, K. S. & Fennema, C. L. (2010). Influence of tactile feedback and presence on egocentric distance perception in virtual environments. IEEE Virtual Reality Conference. One of the eight full papers accepted, 10% acceptance rate for papers . PDF

Talks

Wick, F.A. (Mar 16, 2019).“Seeing through the mind’s eye: An exploration of visual attention in dynamic scenes.” Invited talk at Museum of Science Boston during Brain Awareness Week.

Wick, F.A., Kreiman, G, Wolfe, J.M. (2019).“A computational model of hybrid visual search.” MBB Faculty Retreat.

Wick, F.A., Kreiman, G, Wolfe, J.M. (2018).“A computational model of hybrid visual search.” CBMM Annual Retreat.

Wick, F.A., Wolfe, J.M. (2017).“Multiple object tracking does not care if youare crossing the street or bouncing off the wall.” Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting.

Wick, F.A., Wolfe, J.M. (2016).“Perception of dynamic scenes: Rethinking tracking capacities”. Seminar talk at Department of Psychology, Franklin & Marshall college.

Wick, F.A., Wick, M.L., Pomplun, M. (2016).“Filling in the details: Perceiving from low-fidelity visual input.” Seminar talk at Visual Attention lab, BWH/Harvard Medical School.

Wick, F.A., Garg, S., Alaoui Soce, A., Wolfe, J.M. (2016).“Perception of dynamic scenes: What is your Heider Capacity?”. Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting.

Ahmed Wick, F., Eglington, L., Garaas, T.W., Pomplun, M. (2011).“Saccadic adaptation alters the attentional field.” European Conference on Eye Movements, Marseille.

Posters

Wick, F.A., Wolfe, J.M. (2018).“Two targets in memory can guide search, four targets cannot.” Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting . Poster

Wick, F.A., Garg, S., Alaoui Soce, A., Wolfe, J.M. (2016).“Perception of dynamic scenes: What is your Heider Capacity?”. Psychonomics. Poster

Ahmed Wick, F., Pomplun, M. (2015).“The semantic advantage in object memorization.” Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting. Poster

Ahmed Wick, F., Saura, L., Wu, C., Pomplun, M. (2014).“Semantic bias in visual working memory.” Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting. Poster

Ahmed Wick, F., Saura, L., Wu, C., Pomplun, M. (2014).“Semantic bias in visual working memory.” Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Poster

Ahmed Wick, F., Garaas, T.W., Pomplun, M. (2013).“Saccadic adaptation modulates inhibition of return.”Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting. Poster

Ahmed, F., Hwang, A.D., Walsh, E.M., Pomplun, M. (2010).“Conspicuity of object features determines local versus global mental rotation strategies.” Annual Vision Sciences Society Meeting. Poster