Benjamin Backus

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Visual system
"Benjamin Backus"
Mean distance: 13.6 (cluster 23)


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


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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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Law CL, Siu M, Modica P, et al. (2015) Stimulus characteristics affect assessment of pupil defects in amblyopia. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 92: 551-8
Caziot B, Backus BT. (2015) Stereoscopic offset makes objects easier to recognize Plos One. 10
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
Harrison SJ, Backus BT. (2012) Associative learning of shape as a cue to appearance: a new demonstration of cue recruitment. Journal of Vision. 12
Backus BT. (2012) Recruitment of New Visual Cues for Perceptual Appearance Sensory Cue Integration
Harrison SJ, Backus BT, Jain A. (2011) Disambiguation of Necker cube rotation by monocular and binocular depth cues: relative effectiveness for establishing long-term bias. Vision Research. 51: 978-86
Jain A, Backus BT. (2010) Experience affects the use of ego-motion signals during 3D shape perception. Journal of Vision. 10
Jain A, Fuller S, Backus BT. (2010) Absence of cue-recruitment for extrinsic signals: sounds, spots, and swirling dots fail to influence perceived 3D rotation direction after training. Plos One. 5: e13295
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