Dirk B. Walther

Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Attention, Modeling, fMRI decoding
"Dirk Walther"
Mean distance: 13.03 (cluster 23)


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Christof Koch grad student 2000-2006 Caltech
 (Interactions of visual attention and object recognition: Computational modeling, algorithms, and psychophysics.)
Diane M. Beck post-doc 2006- University of Illinois
John K. Tsotsos post-doc 2006-2006 York University
Li Fei-Fei post-doc 2006-2010 UIUC


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Bart Larsen research assistant 2010-2012 Ohio State
Thomas O'Connell research assistant 2011-2013 Ohio State
Daniel Berman grad student Ohio State
Claudia Damiano grad student University of Toronto
Heeyoung Choo post-doc 2012- Ohio State


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Li Fei-Fei collaborator 2006- University of Illinois
Max Riesenhuber collaborator 2000-2003 MIT
Tomaso A. Poggio collaborator 2000-2006 MIT
Eamon Caddigan collaborator 2006-2010 University of Illinois
 (Dirk was the postdoc, Eamon the grad student)
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Damiano C, Walther DB. (2018) Distinct roles of eye movements during memory encoding and retrieval. Cognition. 184: 119-129
Wilder J, Rezanejad M, Dickinson S, et al. (2018) Local contour symmetry facilitates scene categorization. Cognition. 182: 307-317
Damiano C, Wilder J, Walther DB. (2018) Mid-level feature contributions to category-specific gaze guidance. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wilder J, Dickinson S, Jepson A, et al. (2018) Spatial relationships between contours impact rapid scene classification. Journal of Vision. 18: 1
O'Connell TP, Sederberg PB, Walther DB. (2018) Representational differences between line drawings and photographs of natural scenes: A dissociation between multi-voxel pattern analysis and repetition suppression. Neuropsychologia
Jung Y, Larsen B, Walther DB. (2018) Modality-independent coding of scene categories in prefrontal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Berman D, Golomb JD, Walther DB. (2017) Scene content is predominantly conveyed by high spatial frequencies in scene-selective visual cortex. Plos One. 12: e0189828
Choo H, Nasar JL, Nikrahei B, et al. (2017) Neural codes of seeing architectural styles. Scientific Reports. 7: 40201
Choo H, Walther DB. (2016) Contour junctions underlie neural representations of scene categories in high-level human visual cortex: Contour junctions underlie neural code of scenes. Neuroimage
O'Connell TP, Walther DB. (2015) Dissociation of salience-driven and content-driven spatial attention to scene category with predictive decoding of gaze patterns. Journal of Vision. 15: 20
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