Stéphane Jean Michel Rainville

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North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, United States 
Area:
Vision
Website:
http://www.psych.ndsu.nodak.edu/people/people.php?uid=srainville
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Frederick A A Kingdom grad student 2000 McGill
 (The spatial mechanisms mediating the perception of mirror symmetry in human vision.)
Walter L. Makous post-doc 2000-2002 Rochester
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Collin CA, Rainville S, Watier N, et al. (2014) Configural and featural discriminations use the same spatial frequencies: a model observer versus human observer analysis. Perception. 43: 509-26
Rainville S, Clarke A. (2008) Distinct perceptual grouping pathways revealed by temporal carriers and envelopes Journal of Vision. 8
Collin CA, Therrien M, Martin C, et al. (2006) Spatial frequency thresholds for face recognition when comparison faces are filtered and unfiltered. Perception & Psychophysics. 68: 879-89
Rainville SJ, Wilson HR. (2005) Global shape coding for motion-defined radial-frequency contours. Vision Research. 45: 3189-201
Rainville SJ, Makous WL, Scott-Samuel NE. (2005) Opponent-motion mechanisms are self-normalizing. Vision Research. 45: 1115-27
Rainville SJ, Wilson HR. (2004) The influence of motion-defined form on the perception of spatially-defined form. Vision Research. 44: 1065-77
Rainville SJ, Wilson HR. (2003) Motion constraints on the integration of spatial cues into global form Journal of Vision. 3: 753a
Rainville SJ, Scott-Samuel NE, Makous WL. (2002) The spatial properties of opponent-motion normalization. Vision Research. 42: 1727-38
Rainville SJ, Kingdom FA. (2002) Scale invariance is driven by stimulus density. Vision Research. 42: 351-67
Rainville SJ, Kingdom FA. (2000) The functional role of oriented spatial filters in the perception of mirror symmetry--psychophysics and modeling. Vision Research. 40: 2621-44
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