Charles F. Chubb

Affiliations: 
University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Area:
Visual texture and motion perception
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Christian Herrera grad student 2009- UC Irvine
Daniel R. Bindman grad student 2002 UC Irvine
Alissa Winkler grad student 2010 UC Irvine
Daniel Mann grad student 2014 UC Irvine
Solena D. Mednicoff grad student 2015-2020 UC Irvine
Peng Sun post-doc 2010- UC Irvine

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Charles E (Ted) Wright collaborator UC Irvine
Andrei Gorea collaborator 1994-1995 NYU
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Herrera Ortiz C, Chubb C, Wright CE, et al. (2021) Color scrambles reveal red and green half-wave linear mechanisms plus a mechanism selective for low chromatic contrast. Vision Research. 191: 107964
Wright CE, Marino VF, Chubb C, et al. (2019) A model of the uncertainty effects in choice reaction time that includes a major contribution from effector selection. Psychological Review
Lu VT, Wright CE, Chubb C, et al. (2019) Variation in target and distractor heterogeneity impacts performance in the centroid task. Journal of Vision. 19: 21
Groulx K, Chubb C, Victor JD, et al. (2019) The features that control discrimination of an isodipole texture pair. Vision Research. 158: 208-220
Rodriguez-Cintron LM, Wright CE, Chubb C, et al. (2019) How can observers use perceived size? Centroid versus mean-size judgments. Journal of Vision. 19: 3
Sun P, Chubb C, Wright CE, et al. (2018) High-capacity preconscious processing in concurrent groupings of colored dots. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Mednicoff S, Mejia S, Rashid JA, et al. (2018) Many listeners cannot discriminate major vs minor tone-scrambles regardless of presentation rate. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 144: 2242
Chubb C, Chiao CC, Ulmer K, et al. (2018) Dark scene elements strongly influence cuttlefish camouflage responses in visually cluttered environments. Vision Research
Winter AN, Wright C, Chubb C, et al. (2017) Conjunctive targets are better than or equal to both constituent feature targets in the centroid paradigm Journal of Vision. 17: 54
RodriguezCintron L, Wright C, Chubb C. (2017) Is Mean Size a Good Example of a Statistical Summary Representation? Centroid versus Mean Size Judgments Journal of Vision. 17: 53
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