Barbara Anne Dosher

University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
memory, attention, perception
"Barbara Dosher"
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Lu ZL, Lin Z, Dosher BA. (2016) Translating Perceptual Learning from the Laboratory to Applications. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Liu J, Dosher BA, Lu ZL. (2015) Augmented Hebbian reweighting accounts for accuracy and induced bias in perceptual learning with reverse feedback. Journal of Vision. 15: 10
Lesmes LA, Lu ZL, Baek J, et al. (2015) Developing Bayesian adaptive methods for estimating sensitivity thresholds (d') in Yes-No and forced-choice tasks. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1070
Cabrera CA, Lu ZL, Dosher BA. (2015) Separating decision and encoding noise in signal detection tasks. Psychological Review. 122: 429-60
Tlapale É, Dosher BA, Lu ZL. (2015) Construction and evaluation of an integrated dynamical model of visual motion perception. Neural Networks : the Official Journal of the International Neural Network Society. 67: 110-20
Dosher B, Lu ZL. (2015) Object attention: Judgment frames, perceptual learning and mechanismsb Cognitive Modeling in Perception and Memory: a Festschrift For Richard M. Shiffrin. 35-62
Hetley R, Dosher BA, Lu ZL. (2014) Generating a taxonomy of spatially cued attention for visual discrimination: effects of judgment precision and set size on attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 2286-304
Liu J, Dosher B, Lu ZL. (2014) Modeling trial by trial and block feedback in perceptual learning. Vision Research. 99: 46-56
Dosher BA, Jeter P, Liu J, et al. (2013) An integrated reweighting theory of perceptual learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 13678-83
Zhao M, Gersch TM, Schnitzer BS, et al. (2012) Eye movements and attention: the role of pre-saccadic shifts of attention in perception, memory and the control of saccades. Vision Research. 74: 40-60
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