Biography

Dr Malcolm is a Lecturer in Psychology, having joined UEA in 2016. He did his undergraduate degree at St Andrews, Masters at York and PhD at Edinburgh. He has worked as a research assistant at Harvard Medical School, Princeton and University of British Columbia, and has been a post-doc at Edinburgh, Glasgow, George Washington University (USA) and the National Institute of Mental Health (USA).

All Publications

Coco, M. I., Keller, F., Malcolm, G. L.

(2016)

Anticipation in real-world scenes: The role of visual context and visual memory,

in Cognitive Science

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(8)

pp. 1995–2024

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Malcolm, G. L., Groen, I. I. A., Baker, C. I.

(2016)

Making Sense of Real-World Scenes,

in Trends in Cognitive Sciences

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(11)

pp. 843–856

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Malcolm, G. L., Rattinger, M., Shomstein, S.

(2016)

Intrusive effects of semantic information on visual selective attention,

in Attention, Perception & Psychophysics

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(7)

pp. 2066–2078

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Nuthmann, A., Malcolm, G. L.

(2016)

Eye guidance during real-world scene search: The role color plays in central and peripheral vision,

in Journal of Vision

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(2)

article no. 3

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Malcolm, G. L., Shomstein, S.

(2015)

Object-based attention in real-world scenes,

in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

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(2)

pp. 257-263

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Spotorno, S., Malcolm, G. L., Tatler, B. W.

(2015)

Disentangling the effects of spatial inconsistency of targets and distractors when searching in realistic scenes,

in Journal of Vision

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article no. 12

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Malcolm, G. L., Nuthmann, A., Schyns, P. G.

(2014)

Beyond Gist Strategic and Incremental Information Accumulation for Scene Categorization,

in Psychological Science

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(5)

pp. 1087-1097

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Coco, M. I., Malcolm, G. L., Keller, F.

(2014)

The interplay of bottom-up and top-down mechanisms in visual guidance during object naming,

in Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

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(6)

pp. 1096-1120

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Spotorno, S., Malcolm, G. L., Tatler, B. W.

(2014)

How context information and target information guide the eyes from the first epoch of search in real-world scenes,

in Journal of Vision

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article no. 7

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Demiral, S. B., Malcolm, G. L., Henderson, J. M.

(2012)

ERP correlates of spatially incongruent object identification during scene viewing: Contextual expectancy versus simultaneous processing,

in Neuropsychologia

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(7)

pp. 1271-1285

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Malcolm, G. L., Henderson, J. M.

(2010)

Combining top-down processes to guide eye movements during real-world scene search,

in Journal of Vision

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(2)

article no. 4

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Henderson, J. M., Malcolm, G. L., Schandl, C.

(2009)

Searching in the dark: Cognitive relevance drives attention in real-world scenes,

in Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

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(5)

pp. 850-856

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Malcolm, G. L., Henderson, J. M.

(2009)

The effects of target template specificity on visual search in real-world scenes: Evidence from eye movements,

in Journal of Vision

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(11)

article no. 8

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Rayner, K., Smith, T. J., Malcolm, G. L., Henderson, J. M.

(2009)

Eye Movements and Visual Encoding During Scene Perception,

in Psychological Science

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(1)

pp. 6-10

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Sheldon, C. A., Malcolm, G. L., Barton, J. J. S.

(2008)

Alexia With and Without Agraphia: An Assessment of Two Classical Syndromes,

in Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences

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(5)

pp. 616-624

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Malcolm, G. L., Lanyon, L. J., Fugard, A. J. B., Barton, J. J. S.

(2008)

Scan patterns during the processing of facial expression versus identity: An exploration of task-driven and stimulus-driven effects,

in Journal of Vision

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article no. 2

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Barton, J. J. S., Malcolm, G. L., Hefter, R. L.

(2007)

Spatial processing in Balint syndrome and prosopagnosia: A study of three patients,

in Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology

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(4)

pp. 268-274

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Fox, C. J., Malcolm, G. L., Barton, J. J. S.

(2007)

Preserved face perception is correlated with normal fusiform face area activity in associative prosopagnosia,

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Malcolm, G. L., Barton, J. J. S.

(2007)

"Sequence agnosia" in Balint's syndrome: Defects in visuotemporal processing after bilateral parietal damage,

in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

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pp. 102-108

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Malcolm, G., Leung, C., Barton, J.

(2004)

Regional variation in the inversion effect for faces: Differential effects for feature shape, feature configuration, and external contour,

in Perception

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pp. 1221-1231

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Key Research Interests

Research

My general research interests concern visual attention and scene understanding.  In particular, I am interested in the process by which the visual system categorises a scene, and, in turn, how the visual system utilises this information to guide gaze.  I predominantly use eye-tracking and have started combining this with TMS.

Interested in studying toward a PhD or want to gain research experience?

Get in touch if you'd like to talk about working towards a PhD!

If you would like to gain research experience from working in my lab please get in touch; I am always grateful for extra help! 

Key Responsibilities

Year Abroad Team Member

Visiting Students Co-ordinator