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Bottlenecks of Motion Processing during a Visual Glance: The Leaky Flask Model
(PLoS ONE, 2013-12-31)
Where do the bottlenecks for information and attention lie when our visual system processes incoming stimuli? The human visual system encodes the incoming stimulus and transfers its contents into three major memory systems ...
Stream specificity and asymmetries in feature binding and content-addressable access in visual encoding and memory
(Journal of Vision, 2015-09)
Human memory is content addressable—i.e., contents of the memory can be accessed using partial information about the bound features of a stored item. In this study, we used a cross-feature cuing technique to examine how ...
High capacity, transient retention of direction-of-motion information for multiple objects
(Journal of Vision, 2010-06)
The multiple-object tracking paradigm (MOT) has been used extensively for studying dynamic visual attention, but the basic mechanisms which subserve this capability are as yet unknown. Among the unresolved issues surrounding ...
Large crowding zones in peripheral vision for briefly presented stimuli
(Journal of Vision, 2014-12)
When a target is flanked by distractors, it becomes more difficult to identify. In the periphery, this crowding effect extends over a wide range of target-flanker separations, called the spatial extent of interaction (EoI). ...