Jacob G. Martin, Ph.D.

Neuroscience CNRS, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Numerical analysis, computational neuroscience, vision, multisensory
"Jacob Martin"
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Martin JG, Davis CE, Riesenhuber M, et al. (2020) Microsaccades during high speed continuous visual search. Journal of Eye Movement Research. 13
Damera S, Martin JG, Scholl C, et al. (2020) From Shape to Meaning: Evidence for Multiple Fast Feedforward Hierarchies of Concept Processing in the Human Brain. Neuroimage. 117148
Davis CE, Martin JG, Thorpe SJ. (2020) Stimulus Onset Hub: an Open-Source, Low Latency, and Opto-Isolated Trigger Box for Neuroscientific Research Replicability and Beyond. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 14: 2
Martin JG, Cox PH, Scholl CA, et al. (2019) A crash in visual processing: Interference between feedforward and feedback of successive targets limits detection and categorization. Journal of Vision. 19: 20
Martin JG, Davis CE, Riesenhuber M, et al. (2018) High Resolution Human Eye Tracking During Continuous Visual Search. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 374
Martin JG, Davis CE, Riesenhuber M, et al. (2018) Zapping 500 faces in less than 100 seconds: Evidence for extremely fast and sustained continuous visual search. Scientific Reports. 8: 12482
Martin J, Davis C, Riesenhuber M, et al. (2017) The speed of continuous face detection suggests shortcuts in the visual hierarchy for upright faces Journal of Vision. 17: 20
Thorpe S, Yousefzadeh A, Martin J, et al. (2017) Unsupervised learning of repeating patterns using a novel STDP based algorithm Journal of Vision. 17: 1079
Martin J, Riesenhuber M, Thorpe S. (2015) Creating shortcuts in the visual hierarchy: improving saccadic reaction time and accuracy with RSVP training. Journal of Vision. 15: 1111
Scholl CA, Jiang X, Martin JG, et al. (2014) Time course of shape and category selectivity revealed by EEG rapid adaptation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 408-21
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