Oliver W. Layton

Affiliations: 
Cognitive & Neural Systems Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Vision, optic flow, figure-ground segregation
Website:
http://olayton.com
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Flip Phillips research assistant 2007-2009 Skidmore College
N. Andrew Browning grad student 2010- Boston University
Ennio Mingolla grad student 2010- Boston University
Arash Yazdanbakhsh grad student 2010- Boston University
Brett Fajen post-doc 2014- RPI
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Steinmetz ST, Layton OW, Powell NV, et al. (2020) Affordance-based versus current-future accounts of choosing whether to pursue or abandon the chase of a moving target. Journal of Vision. 20: 8
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2019) Computational Mechanisms for Perceptual Stability using Disparity and Motion Parallax. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2017) Possible role for recurrent interactions between expansion and contraction cells in MSTd during self-motion perception in dynamic environments. Journal of Vision. 17: 5
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2016) A Neural Model of MST and MT Explains Perceived Object Motion during Self-Motion. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8093-102
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2016) Competitive Dynamics in MSTd: A Mechanism for Robust Heading Perception Based on Optic Flow. Plos Computational Biology. 12: e1004942
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2016) Sources of bias in the perception of heading in the presence of moving objects: Object-based and border-based discrepancies. Journal of Vision. 16: 9
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2015) The Temporal Dynamics of Heading Perception in the Presence of Moving Objects. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00866.2015
Layton OW, Yazdanbakhsh A. (2015) A neural model of border-ownership from kinetic occlusion. Vision Research. 106: 64-80
Layton OW, Mingolla E, Yazdanbakhsh A. (2014) Neural dynamics of feedforward and feedback processing in figure-ground segregation. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 972
Layton OW, Browning NA. (2014) A unified model of heading and path perception in primate MSTd. Plos Computational Biology. 10: e1003476
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