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Davida Teller

Affiliations: 
University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
vision, development
Website:
http://web.psych.washington.edu/directory/people.php?person_id=47
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Zemach IK, Teller DY. (2010) Infants' spontaneous hue preferences are not due solely to variations in chromatic detection thresholds Journal of Vision. 5: 275-275
Pereverzeva M, Teller DY. (2009) Simultaneous color contrast in 4-month-old infants. Perception. 38: 30-43
Zemach IK, Teller DY. (2007) Infant color vision: infants' spontaneous color preferences are well behaved. Vision Research. 47: 1362-7
Zemach I, Chang S, Teller DY. (2007) Infant color vision: prediction of infants' spontaneous color preferences. Vision Research. 47: 1368-81
Chien SH, Bronson-Castain K, Palmer J, et al. (2006) Lightness constancy in 4-month-old infants. Vision Research. 46: 2139-48
Teller DY, Pereverzeva M, Zemach IK. (2006) Infant color perception and discrete trial preferential looking paradigms Progress in Colour Studies. 2: 69-90
Civan A, Teller DY, Palmer J. (2005) Relations Among Spontaneous Preferences, Familiarized Preferences, and Novelty Effects: Measurements With Forced-Choice Techniques. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 7: 111-142
Pereverzeva M, Teller DY. (2005) Centering biases in heterochromatic brightness matching. Vision Research. 45: 3290-300
Chien SH, Palmer J, Teller DY. (2005) Achromatic contrast effects in infants: adults and 4-month-old infants show similar deviations from Wallach's ratio rule. Vision Research. 45: 2854-61
Civan A, Teller DY, Palmer J. (2005) Relations among spontaneous preferences, familiarized preferences, and novelty effects: Measurements with forced-choice techniques Infancy. 7: 111-142
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