Active Bibliography

67 Surface versus edge-based determinants of visual recognition – Irving Biederman, Ginny - 1988
Cognition 63 (1997) 29--78 – Salience Of Visual, Donald D. Hoffman, Manish Singh - 1997
3 Visual cognition – Patrick Cavanagh - 2009
journal homepage: Review Visual cognition – Patrick Cavanagh
8 Visual object representation: interpreting neurophysiological data within a computational framework – David C. Plaut, Martha J. Farah - 1990
55 Preattentive recovery of three-dimensional orientation from line drawings – James T. Enns, Ronald A. Rensink - 1991
26 Parsing silhouettes: The short-cut rule – Manish Singh, Gregory D. Seyranian, Donald D. Hoffman - 1999
Part-based selection limitations – Shaun P. Vecera, Marlene Behrmann, Joseph C. Filapek
18 An Approach to Object Recognition: Aligning Pictorial Descriptions – Shimon Ullman - 1986
22 Goodness of visual regularities: A non-transformational approach – Peter A. Van Der Helm, Emanuel L. J. Leeuwenberg - 1996
30 Crowding is unlike ordinary masking: Distinguishing feature detection and integration – Melanie Palomares, Denis G. Pellis, Najib J. Majaj - 2001
26 The How and Why of What Went Where in Apparent Motion: Modeling Solutions to the Motion Correspondence Problem – Michael R. W. Dawson - 1991 When does grouping happen? q – Stephen E. Palmer, Joseph L. Brooks, Rolf Nelson
84 Competition for consciousness among visual events: the Psychophysics of reentrant visual processes – Vincent Di Lollo, James T. Enns, Ronald A. Rensink - 2000
64 Shapes, Shocks, and Deformations I: The Components of Two-Dimensional Shape and the Reaction-Diffusion Space – Benjamin B. Kimia, Allen R. Tannenbaum, Steven W. Zucker - 1994
31 An instance theory of attention and memory – Gordon D. Logan - 2002
MRC Applied Psychology Unit – John Duncan, Cambridge England, Glyn W. Humphreys
Perception of Rotated Forms: A Theory of Information Types YOHTAROTAKANO – unknown authors
Perception of Rotated Forms: A Theory of Information Types YOHTAROTAKANO – Dr. Stephen, E. Palmer, Dr. Roger, N. Shepard, Dr. Anne Treisman For Their