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    • What crowding can tell us about object representations 

      Manassi, M.; Lonchampt, S.; Clarke, Aaron; Herzog, M. H. (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Inc., 2016)
      In crowding, perception of a target usually deteriorates when flanking elements are presented next to the target. Surprisingly, adding further flankers can lead to a release from crowding. In previous work we showed that, ...
    • What to choose next? a paradigm for testing human sequential decision making 

      Tartaglia, E. M.; Clarke, Aaron; Herzog, M. H. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2017)
      Many of the decisions we make in our everyday lives are sequential and entail sparse rewards. While sequential decision-making has been extensively investigated in theory (e.g., by reinforcement learning models) there is ...
    • The whole warps the sum of its parts: gestalt-defined-group mean size biases memory for individual objects 

      Corbett, Jennifer E. (SAGE Publications Inc., 2017)
      The efficiency of averaging properties of sets without encoding redundant details is analogous to gestalt proposals that perception is parsimoniously organized as a function of recurrent order in the world. This similarity ...
    • Why vision is not both hierarchical and feedforward 

      Herzog, M.; Clarke, Aaron (Frontiers, 2014)
      In classical models of object recognition, first, basic features (e.g., edges and lines) are analyzed by independent filters that mimic the receptive field profiles of V1 neurons. In a feedforward fashion, the outputs of ...
    • X‐Space MPI: magnetic nanoparticles for safe medical imaging 

      Goodwill, P.; Sarıtaş, Emine Ülkü; Croft, L.; Kim, T.; Krishnan, K.; Schaffer, D.; Conolly, S. (Wiley, 2012)
      One quarter of all iodinated contrast X‐ray clinical imaging studies are now performed on Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients. Unfortunately, the iodine contrast agent used in X‐ray is often toxic to CKD patients’ weak ...
    • Zebrafish aging models and possible interventions 

      Birand, Dilan Ç.; Erbaba, Begün; Özdemir, Ahmet T.; Kafalıgönül, Hulusi; Adams, Michelle (InTechOpen Press, 2018)
      Across the world, the aging population is expanding due to an increasing average life expectancy. The percentage of elderly over the age of 65 is expected to be more than 15% of the total world population by 2025. As the ...
    • Zebrafish-A model organism for studying the neurobiological mechanisms underlying cognitive brain aging and use of potential interventions 

      Adams, Michelle M.; Kafalıgönül, Hulusi (Frontiers Media S.A., 2018)
      Classically, the zebrafish model organism has been used to elucidate the genetic and cellular mechanisms related to development since the embryo forms and grows externally following fertilization. This provides insight ...