Jason Hays

Jason Hays
Florida International University | FIU · Department of Psychology

MS in Psychology; BS in Psychology & Comp. Sci.

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23
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17 Research Items
19 Citations
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Introduction
Additional affiliations
August 2015 - December 2021
Florida International University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
August 2013 - December 2014
Eastern Kentucky University
Field of study
  • Psychology
August 2012 - May 2013
Eastern Kentucky University
Field of study
  • Psychology
August 2008 - May 2012
Eastern Kentucky University
Field of study
  • Computer Science

Publications

Publications (23)
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In this study, we present a novel model-based analysis of the association between awareness and perceptual processing based on a multidimensional version of signal detection theory (general recognition theory, or GRT). The analysis fits a GRT model to behavioral data and uses the estimated model to construct a sensitivity versus awareness (SvA) cur...
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Here, we take a computational approach to understand the mechanisms underlying face perception biases in depression. Thirty participants diagnosed with major depressive disorder and 30 healthy control participants took part in three studies involving recognition of identity and emotion in faces. We used signal detection theory to determine whether...
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A problem in the study of face perception is that results can be confounded by poor stimulus control. Ideally, experiments should precisely manipulate facial features under study and tightly control irrelevant features. Software for 3D face modeling provides such control, but there is a lack of free and open source alternatives specifically created...
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The use of population encoding models has come to dominate the study of human visual neuroscience, serving as a primary tool for making inferences about neural code changes based on indirect measurements. A popular approach in computational neuroimaging is to use such models to obtain estimates of neural population responses via inverted encoding m...
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Here, we take a computational approach to understand the mechanisms underlying face perception biases in depression. Thirty participants diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder and thirty healthy control participants took part in three studies involving recognition of identity and emotion in faces. We used signal detection theory to determine whet...
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A problem in the study of face perception is that results can be confounded by poor stimulus control. Ideally, experiments should precisely manipulate facial features under study and tightly control irrelevant features. Software for 3D face modeling provides such control, but there is a lack of free and open source alternatives specifically created...
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In this study, we present a novel model-based analysis of the association between awareness and perceptual processing based on a multidimensional version of signal detection theory (general recognition theory, or GRT). The analysis fits a GRT model to behavioral data and uses the estimated model to construct a sensitivity vs. awareness (SvA) curve,...
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In this study, we present a novel model-based analysis of the association between awareness and perceptual processing based on a multidimensional version of signal detection theory (general recognition theory, or GRT). The analysis fits a GRT model to behavioral data and uses the estimated model to construct a sensitivity vs. awareness (SvA) curve,...
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Neuroimaging research is growing rapidly, providing expansive resources for synthesizing data. However, navigating these dense resources is complicated by the volume of research articles and variety of experimental designs implemented across studies. The advent of machine learning algorithms and text-mining techniques has advanced automated labelin...
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The aim of this study was to explore if a conservative response criterion for facial expression perception during continuous flash suppression (CFS) is responsible for the differences between conscious and non-conscious perception. We hypothesized that the perception of facial expression in the absence of visual awareness under CFS represents non-c...
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The aim of this study is to explore if a conservative response criterion for facial expression perception during continuous flash suppression (CFS) is responsible for the differences between conscious and non-conscious perception. We hypothesized that the perception of facial expression in the absence of visual awareness under CFS represents non-co...
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The current experiments examined whether non-temporal associations can affect duration judgments without affecting the rate of subjective time. In both experiments, participants performed a temporal bisection task, judging on each trial whether stimulus’ duration was closer to pre-learned short or long standards. In each experiment, the spatial com...
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The current experiments tested if stimulus response compatibility affects duration judgments. Participants performed a temporal bisection task, judging on each trial whether stimulus' duration was closer to pre-learned short (400ms) or long (1600ms) standards. In each experiment, compatibility between stimuli and responses was manipulated. Stimuli...
Poster
Inattentional blindness is the failure to notice unexpected objects when attention is occupied by a demanding cover task (Mack & Rock, 1998). It was widely assumed that a demanding cover task was necessary for inattentional blindness to occur. However, recent research (Eitam, Yeshurun, & Hassan, 2013) suggests that even under minimal attentional lo...
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Past research suggests that scene organization affects duration judgments (Varakin, Klemes, & Porter, 2013, QJEP). The current experiments investigated whether organization affects duration judgments for arrays of abstract geometric shapes, using the gestalt cue of "connectedness" as a test case. In experiment 1, participants (n = 26) performed a t...
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Past research suggests that scrambling scene structure influences the subjective durations of scenes (Varakin, Klemes, & Porter, 2013, QJEP). The present experiments tested the effects of color on duration judgments of scenes using a temporal bisection task. In Experiment 1 (n = 25), on each trial, an image appeared for one of several pre-chosen du...

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