Benjamin Backus

Affiliations: 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Visual system
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Parents

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Martin Banks grad student 1993-1997 UC Berkeley
David J. Heeger post-doc 1998-2000 Stanford

Children

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Lanya T. Cai grad student SUNY Optometry
Sarah Harrison grad student SUNY
Haijiang Qi grad student 2008 Penn
Jeffrey A. Saunders post-doc 2004-2006 Penn
Jeremy B. Wilmer post-doc 2005-2007 Penn
Anshul Jain post-doc 2008-2010 SUNY College of Optometry
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Cai LT, Yuan AE, Backus BT. (2019) Binocular global motion perception is improved by dichoptic segregation when stimuli have high contrast and high speed. Journal of Vision. 19: 10
Cai LT, Backus B. (2018) Global motion perception is faster but less accurate with dark random-dot kinematograms Journal of Vision. 18: 295
Caziot B, Backus BT, Lin E. (2017) Early dynamics of stereoscopic surface slant perception. Journal of Vision. 17: 4
Cai L, Backus B. (2017) Effects of contrast polarity and binocularity on global motion discrimination Journal of Vision. 17: 420
Cai LT, Yuan A, Backus B. (2016) Monocular gain control explains dichoptic benefit in binocular global motion perception Journal of Vision. 16: 427
Cai LT, Yuan A, Backus B. (2015) Interactions among contrast, spatial displacement, and dichoptic viewing during binocular combination in global motion perception. Journal of Vision. 15: 270
Jain A, Fuller S, Backus BT. (2014) Cue-recruitment for extrinsic signals after training with low information stimuli. Plos One. 9: e96383
Harrison SJ, Backus BT. (2014) A trained perceptual bias that lasts for weeks. Vision Research. 99: 148-53
Jain A, Backus BT. (2013) Generalization of cue recruitment to non-moving stimuli: location and surface-texture contingent biases for 3-D shape perception. Vision Research. 82: 13-21
Adams-Bedford J, Wallis G, Backus B. (2013) The impact of intention, action, and learnt contingency on visual perception. Journal of Vision. 13: 754-754
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