Wilson S. Geisler

Affiliations: 
University of Texas, Austin, Texas 
Area:
Vision
Website:
http://www.cps.utexas.edu/Research/Geisler/geisler.html
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Zhang A, Seemiller ES, Geisler WS. (2023) Phase-dependent asymmetry of pattern masking in natural images explained by intrinsic position uncertainty. Journal of Vision. 23: 16
Chen SC, Chen Y, Geisler WS, et al. (2023) Neural Correlates of Perceptual Similarity Masking in Primate V1. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Rodriguez-Lopez V, Geisler W, Dorronsoro C. (2023) Spatiotemporal defocus sensitivity function of the human visual system. Biomedical Optics Express. 14: 3654-3670
Oluk C, Bonnen K, Burge J, et al. (2022) Stereo slant discrimination of planar 3D surfaces: Frontoparallel versus planar matching. Journal of Vision. 22: 6
Chen SC, Benvenuti G, Chen Y, et al. (2022) Similar neural and perceptual masking effects of low-power optogenetic stimulation in primate V1. Elife. 11
Bai Y, Chen S, Chen Y, et al. (2021) Similar masking effects of natural backgrounds on detection performances in humans, macaques, and macaque-V1 population responses. Journal of Neurophysiology
Sebastian S, Seemiller ES, Geisler WS. (2020) Local reliability weighting explains identification of partially masked objects in natural images. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117: 29363-29370
Seemiller E, Sebastian S, Geisler W. (2019) Local reliability weighting predicts trial-by-trial responses in a natural detection task Journal of Vision. 19: 45
Seemiller E, Geisler WS. (2019) Reliability-Weighted Template Matching Predicts Human Detection Performance in Natural Scenes Journal of Vision. 19: 90
Chen SC, Benvenuti G, Whitmire MP, et al. (2019) All-optical stimulation and imaging in macaque V1 reveals neural and behavioral masking effects of optogenetic stimulation in a threshold detection task Journal of Vision. 19: 144a
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