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Herberg, J. S., Saylor, M. M., Ratanaswasd, P., Levin, D. T., Levin, D. T., & Wilkes, D. M. (2008). Audience-contingent variation in action demonstrations for humans and computers. Cognitive Science, 32, 1-19.

Varakin, D. Alexander, & Levin, Daniel T. (2008). Scene structure enhances change detection. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(4), 543-551.

Simons, Daniel J., & Levin, Daniel, T. (2007). Ideas of lasting influence: Hochberg's anticipation of research on change blindness and motion-picture perception. In Sedgwick, H.A (Ed); Peterson, Mary A (Ed); Gillam, Barbara (Ed), In the mind's eye: Juli

Varakin, D. Alexander, Levin, Daniel T., Collins, Krista M. (2007). Comparison and representation failures both cause real-world change blindness. Perception, 36(5), 737-749.

Somanader, M., Saylor, M., and Levin, D. (July, 2007). Preschooler's Understanding of Robots in Comparison with Familiar Entities. Poster presented at the Cognitive Science Society, Nashville, TN.

Beck, Melissa R., Levin, Daniel T., and Angelone, B. (2007). Change blindness blindness: Beliefs about the roles of intention and scene complexity in change detection. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 16(1), 31-51.

Somanader, M., Saylor, M., and Levin, D. (May, 2007) Preschooler's Borrowing of Features from Familiar Entities to Categorize Complex Inanimates. Poster presented at the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdan, Netherlands.

Beck, Melissa R., Levin, Daniel T., and Angelone, Bonnie L. (2007). Metacognitive errors in change detection: Lab and life converge. Consciousness and Cognition: An International Journal, 16(1), 58-62.

Somanader, M., Saylor, M., and Levin, D. (March, 2007) Preschooler's Borrowing of Features from Familiar Entities to Categorize Complex Inanimates. Poster presented at the Society for Research and Child Development, Boston, MA.

Levin, Daniel T. and Banaji, Mahzarin R. (2006). Distortions in the perceived lightness of faces: The role of race categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 135(4), 501-512.

Arrington, James G., Levin, Daniel T., and Varakin, D. Alexander (2006). Color onsets and offsets, and luminance changes can cause change blindness. Perception, 35(12), 1665-1678.

Varakin, D. Alexander, and Levin, Daniel T. (2006). Change blindness and visual memory: Visual representations get rich and act poor. British Journal of Psychology, 97(1), 51-77.

Herberg, J.S., Saylor, M.M., Levin, D.T., Ratanaswasd, P., & Wilkes, D.M. (2006). The perceived intentionality of an audience influences action demonstrations. Proceedings of the 5th Annual International Conference on Development and Learning, 5, 34.

Levin, D.T., Saylor, M.M., Varakin, A., Gordon, S.M., Kawamura, K., & Wilkes, M. (2006). Thinking about thinking in Computers, Robots, and people. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science conference, New York, NY.

Wayand, Joseph F., Levin, Daniel T., Varakin, A. (2005). Inattentional blindness for a noxious multimodal stimulus. American Journal of Psychology, 118(3), 339-352.

Varakin, D.A., Levin, D.T., & Fidler, R. (2004). Unseen and unaware: Applications of recent research on failures of visual awareness for human-computer interface design. Human-Computer Interaction, 19(4), 389-422. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Beck, M.R. (2004). Thinking about seeing: Spanning the difference between metacognitive failure and success. In D.T. Levin (Ed), Thinking and Seeing: Visual Metacognition in Adults and Children . Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Scholl, B.J., Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (2004). 'Change Blindness' Blindness: An Implicit Measure of a Metacognitive Error. In D. T. Levin (Ed), Thinking and Seeing: Visual Metacognition in Adults and Children . Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Mitroff, S.R., Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (2004). Nothing compares 2 views: Change blindness can result from failures to compare retained information. Perception and Psychophysics, 66:8, 507-527.

Beck, M.R., & Levin, D.T. (2003). The role of representational volatility in recognizing pre- and postchange objects. Perception and Psychophysics, 65, 458-468. [ Request Paper ]

Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (2003). What makes change blindness interesting? In D.E. Irwin & B.H. Ross (Eds.), The psychology of learning and motivation , Vol. 42 (pp. 295-322). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Angelone, B.L., Levin, D.T., & Simons, D.J. (2003). The roles of representation and comparison failures in change blindness. Perception. 32, 947-962. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Varakin, D.A. (2003). No pause for a brief disruption: Failures to detect interruptions to ongoing events.

Beck, M. R., & Levin, D. T. (2003). The Guidance of Visual Attention: Using and Acquiring Knowledge about the Probability of Change [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 3(9).

Simons, D. J., Chabris, C. F., Schnur, T. T., & Levin, D. T. (2002). Evidence for preserved representations in change blindness. Consciousness and Cognition, 11 , 78-97. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Angelone, B.L. (2002). Categorical perception of race. Perception, 31 , 567-578 . [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T. (2002). Change blindness blindness as visual metacognition. Journal of Consciousness Studies , 9 , 111-130.

Levin, D.T., Simons, D.J., Angelone, B.L., & Chabris, C.F. (2002). Memory for centrally attended changing objects in an incidental real-world change detection paradigm. British Journal of Psychology , 93, 289-302. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., Drivdahl, S.B., Momen, N., & Beck, M.R. (2002). False predictions about the detectability of unexpected visual changes: The role of beliefs about attention, memory, and the continuity of attended objects in causing change blindness blindness. [ Request Paper ]

Takarae, Y., & Levin, D.T. (2001). Animals and artifacts may not be treated equally: Differentiating strong and weak forms of category specific visual agnosia. Brain and Cognition, 45 , 249-264. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Angelone, B. L. (2001). Visual search for a socially defined feature: What causes the search asymmetry favoring cross-race faces? Perception and Psychophysics , 63 , 423-435. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., Takarae, Y., Miner, A., & Keil, F.C. (2001). Efficient visual search by category: Specifying the features that mark the difference between artifacts and animals in preattentive vision. Perception and Psychophysics , 63 , 676-697. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Beale, J. (2000). Categorical perception occurs in newly learned faces, cross-race faces, and inverted faces. Perception and Psychophysics, 62 , 386-401.

Levin, D.T., Momen, N., Drivdahl, S.B., & Simons, D.J. (2000). Change blindness blindness: The metacognitive error of overestimating change-detection ability. Visual Cognition , 7 , 397-412. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T. (2000). Race as a visual feature: Using visual search and perceptual discrimination tasks to understand face categories and the cross-race recognition deficit. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General , 129 , 559-574. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Simons, D.J. (2000). Fragmentation and continuity in motion pictures and the real world. Media Psychology , 2 , 357-380.

Keil, F.C., Levin, D.T., Richman, B.A., & Gutheil, G. (1999). Mechanism and explanation in the development of biological thought: The case of disease. In Medin, D.L., & Atran, S. (Eds.), Folkbiology . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Levin, D.T. (1999). [Review of the book Inattentional Blindness]. Perception , 28 , 1303-1304.

Keil, F.C., Smith, W.C., Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (1998). Two dogmas of conceptual empiricism: Implications for hybrid models of the structure of knowledge. Cognition , 65 , 103-135. [ Request Paper ]

Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (1998). Failure to detect changes to people during a real-world interaction. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review , 5 , 644-649.rnrn

Simons, D.J., & Levin, D.T. (1997). Change Blindness. Trends in Cognitive Science, 1 , 261-267. [ Request Paper ]

Levin, D.T., & Simons, D.J. (1997). Failure to detect changes to attended objects in motion pictures. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review , 4 , 501-506.

Levin, D.T. (1996). Classifying faces by race: The structure of face categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 22 , 1364-1382. [ Request Paper ]