Fachgebiet Psychology of perception

Journal

1)      Ghose T., Liu, J. and Kellman, P.J. (under review). 

Recovering Metric Properties of Objects through Spatiotemporal Interpolation.

Vision Research

2)      Kellman, P. J., Mnookin, J. L., Erlikhman, G., Garrigan, P., Ghose, T., Mettler, E., & Dror, I. E. (2014).

Forensic Comparison and Matching of Fingerprints: Using Quantitative Image Measures for Estimating Error Rates through Understanding and Predicting Difficulty. PloS one, 9(5), e94617.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0094617#pone-0094617-g004 

3)      Mura, K., Petersen, N., Huff, M., & Ghose, T. (2013).

IBES: a tool for creating instructions based on event segmentation. Frontiers in psychology, 4.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3872726/ 

4)      Hermens, F., Ghose, T., & Wagemans, J. (2013).

Advance information modulates the global effect even without instruction on where to look.  Experimental Brain Research, 226(4), 639-648, 10. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00221-013-3480-x

5)      Ghose, T. and Liu, Z. (2013).
Generalization between canonical and non-canonical views in object recognition.

Journal of Vision, 13(1):1, 1–15, http://www.journalofvision.org/content/13/1/1

6)      Ghose, T., Hermens, F., and Herzog, M.H. (2012).

How the global layout of the mask influences masking strength.

Journal of Vision, 12(13):9, 1–15, http://www.journalofvision.org/content/12/13/9

7)      Ghose T., Liu, J. and Kellman, P.J. (2010). 

Measuring size of a never present object: Visual object formation through spatio-temporal interpolation In A. Bastianelli et al.(Editors) Proceedings of the International Society for Psychophysics.

8)      Ghose, T. and Palmer, S.E. (2010).

Extremal edges versus other Gestalt cues to figure-ground organization.

Journal of Vision, 10(8): 3.

9)      Palmer, S.E. and Ghose, T. (2008).

Extremal edges: A powerful cue to figure-ground and depth organization.

Psychological Science 19(1):77-84.

10)  Palmer, S.E. and Ghose, T. (2008, June).

Extremal edges and gradient cuts: New cues to depth and figure-ground perception.  

In International Journal of Psychology  (Vol. 43, No. 3-4, pp. 173-173).

PSYCHOLOGY PRESS.

11)  Banks, M.S., Ghose, T., and Hillis, J.M. (2004).
Relative image size, not eye position, determines eye dominance switches.

Vision Research, 44, 229-234.

12)  Zhang, Z., Cantor, C., Ghose, T., and Schor, C.M. (2004).
Temporal aspects of spatial interactions affecting stereo-matching solutions.                     

Vision Research, 44, 3183-3192.

In preparation:

  • Tandra Ghose , Janelle Liu and Philip J. Kellman  
    Measuring size of emergent shapes.
  • Tandra Ghose and Zili Liu 
    Generalization of viewpoint between canonical and non-canonical views.
  • Tandra Ghose and Stephen E. Palmer 
    Role of gradient-cuts in figure-ground organization.
  • Tandra Ghose and Stephen E. Palmer 
    Effects of gradient edge alignments on figure-ground organization.
  • Tandra Ghose , Fourke Hermens and Michael H. Herzog 
    Global aspects of space, luminance and time based manipulations in visual backward masking.
  • Bilge Sayim, Tandra Ghose , Gerald Westheimer and Michael H. Herzog 
    Figural cues modulate vernier acuity.
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