Office: Stewart Biology Building, N7/13
Department of Psychology
1205 Dr Penfield Avenue
Cognition & Cognitive Neuroscience | Developmental Science
Social attention, Interactive cognition, Eye tracking, Complex behavior, EEG, Individual differences
Ristic, J. & Capozzi, F. (2022). Mechanisms for individual, group, and crowd-based attention to social information. Nature Reviews Psychology. doi: 10.1038/s44159-022-00118-z.
McCrackin, S. D., Provencher, S., Mendell, E., & Ristic, J. (2022). Transparent masks facilitate understanding of emotional states but not sharing them with others. Cognitive Research Principles and Implications, 7(1), 1-13.
McCrackin, S. D., Capozzi, F., Mayrand, F. & Ristic, J. (in press). Face masks impair basic emotion recognition: Group effects and individual variability. Social Psychology (Special issue on Understanding others in moments of crisis).
Capozzi, F. & Ristic, J. (2021). Attentional gaze dynamics in group interactions. Visual Cognition, 1-16.
Capozzi, F. & Ristic, J. (2020). Attention AND mentalizing? Reframing a debate on social orienting of attention. Visual Cognition, 28(2), 97-105.
Latif, N., Capozzi, F., & Ristic, J. (2019). Taking it out of context: Coherent context does not influence social event segmentation but modulates perceptual reliance. Attention Perception & Psychophysics, 81(6), 2003-2013.
Pereira, E. J., Birmingham, E. & Ristic, J. (2019). The eyes don't have it after all? Attention is not biased towards faces or eyes. Psychological Research, 1(2), 1-17.
Capozzi, F. & Ristic, J. (2018). How attention gates social interactions. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1426, 179-198.
Capozzi, F., Baylis, A. & Ristic, J. (2018). Gaze following in multi-agent contexts: Evidence for a quorum-like principle. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(6), 2260-2266.
Hayward, D. A., Pereira, E. J., Otto, A. R. & Ristic, J. (2017). Smile! Social reward drives attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 44(2), 206-214.
Ristic, J. & Enns, J. T. (2015). The changing face of attentional development. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24(1), 24-3