Anne Treisman

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
visual attention, object perception and memory
"Anne Treisman"
Mean distance: 13.03 (cluster 23)


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Richard C. Oldfield grad student 1962 Oxford
 (Selective Attention and Speech Perception)


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Haline E. Schendan research assistant UC Berkeley
David L. Van Valkenburg research assistant 1995-1996 Princeton
Weiwei Zhang research assistant 2000-2002 Princeton
Matthew Weber research assistant 2002-2004 Princeton
Alfred Buck grad student Princeton
Zhe Chen grad student Princeton
Sang-Chul Chong grad student Princeton
Paul Edward Downing grad student University of Wales, Bangor
Karla K. Evans grad student Princeton
Marcia Grabowecky grad student UC Berkeley
Beena Khurana grad student UC Berkeley
Ronald Rensink grad student UBC
Margaret Wilson grad student 1988-1994 UC Berkeley
Todd Horowitz grad student 1990-1995 UC Berkeley
Mary Elizabeth Wheeler grad student 2001 Princeton
Sang C. Chong grad student 2004 Princeton
Ming Meng grad student 2004-2006 Princeton
Karla K. Evans grad student 2002-2007 Princeton
Shlomi Sher grad student 2008 Princeton
Aaron Schurger grad student 2001-2008 Princeton
Tatiana Emmanouil grad student 2009 Princeton
Liqiang Huang post-doc Princeton
Heather Jordan post-doc York University
Nancy Kanwisher post-doc Princeton
Nilli Lavie post-doc UC Berkeley
Seth E. Bouvier post-doc 2007- Princeton
Adriane E. Seiffert post-doc 2000-2004 Princeton
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Emmanouil TA, Treisman A. (2014) Adaptation specific to conjunctions of features Journal of Vision. 14: 1049-1049
Goldfarb L, Treisman A. (2013) Counting multidimensional objects: implications for the neural-synchrony theory. Psychological Science. 24: 266-71
Goldfarb L, Treisman A. (2012) Counting multidimensional objects - implications for the neural synchrony theory Journal of Vision. 12: 1164-1164
Goldfarb L, Treisman A. (2011) Repetition blindness: the survival of the grouped. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 18: 1042-9
Goldfarb L, Treisman A. (2011) Does a color difference between parts impair the perception of a whole? A similarity between simultanagnosia patients and healthy observers. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 18: 877-82
Goldfarb L, Treisman A. (2010) Are some features easier to bind than others? The congruency effect. Psychological Science. 21: 676-81
Bouvier S, Treisman A. (2010) Visual feature binding requires reentry. Psychological Science. 21: 200-4
Evans KK, Treisman A. (2010) Natural cross-modal mappings between visual and auditory features. Journal of Vision. 10: 6.1-12
Schurger A, Pereira F, Treisman A, et al. (2010) Reproducibility distinguishes conscious from nonconscious neural representations. Science (New York, N.Y.). 327: 97-9
Bouvier S, Treisman A. (2010) Object substitution masking disrupts visual feature binding Journal of Vision. 9: 891-891
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