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DAMIEN LITCHFIELD

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  • 213 Citations
  • 7 h-Index
20062018
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Research interests

Eye-tracking methodology, visual search, how eye movements change as a function of expertise, and how a person’s eye gaze attracts and directs other people’s visual, cognitive and social processing. Medical image perception is one of the primary visual expertise domains in which I investigate these issues, and this research is getting us closer to establishing why abnormalities such as cancer are still missed.

Education/Academic qualification

Learning & Teaching in Higher Education, PGCert, Edge Hill University

… → 2014

Psychology, PhD, Lancaster University

… → 2010

Psychology, BSc, University of Sunderland

… → 2004

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Eye movements Engineering & Materials Science

Research Output 2010 2018

  • 213 Citations
  • 7 h-Index
  • 17 Article
  • 1 Chapter
  • 1 Editorial
Open Access
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Eye Movements
1 Citation (Scopus)
14 Downloads (Pure)
Open Access
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Saccades
Social Psychology
Publication Bias
Aptitude
Bayes Theorem
16 Downloads (Pure)

Editorial: Medical Image Perception: How Much Do We Understand It?

Donovan, T., Litchfield, D. & Crawford, T. J., 28 Nov 2017, In : Frontiers Psychology. 8, p. 1-2

Research output: Contribution to journalEditorial

Open Access
File
Medical Psychology
Open Access
File
Anchors
Error analysis
1 Citation (Scopus)
9 Downloads (Pure)

Social Attention in Children with Epilepsy

Lunn, J., Donovan, T., Litchfield, D., Lewis, C., Davies, R. & Crawford, T., 2 Feb 2017, In : Brain and Cognition. 113, p. 76-84

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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Epilepsy
Emotions
Fear
Saccades
Anger

Projects 2006 2006

Activities 2015 2015

  • 1 Oral presentation

Why don’t we see the arguments for climate change? How cognitive biases affect processing of climate change messages.

GEOFFREY BEATTIE (Speaker), Melissa Marselle (Speaker), DAMIEN LITCHFIELD (Speaker), LAURA MCGUIRE (Speaker)
10 Jun 201513 Jun 2015

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Thesis