Michelle To

Affiliations: 
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Vision
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Parents

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Avi Chaudhuri research assistant 2000-2001 McGill
John D. Mollon grad student 2001-2005 Cambridge
David J. Tolhurst post-doc 2005-2010 Cambridge

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Vincent M. Reid collaborator
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Capparini C, To MPS, Reid VM. (2022) Should I follow your virtual gaze? Infants' gaze following over video call. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 226: 105554
Capparini C, To MPS, Reid VM. (2022) Identifying the limits of peripheral visual processing in 9-month-old infants. Developmental Psychobiology. 64: e22274
Capparini C, To MPS, Reid VM. (2022) The Detection of Face-like Stimuli at the Edge of the Infant Visual Field. Brain Sciences. 12
To MPS, Tolhurst DJ. (2019) V1-based modeling of discrimination between natural scenes within the luminance and isoluminant color planes. Journal of Vision. 19: 9
To MPS, Chirimuuta M, Tolhurst DJ. (2017) Modeling grating contrast discrimination dippers: The role of surround suppression. Journal of Vision. 17: 23
To MP, Gilchrist ID, Tolhurst DJ. (2015) Perception of differences in naturalistic dynamic scenes, and a V1-based model. Journal of Vision. 15: 15.1.19
To MP, Gilchrist ID, Troscianko T, et al. (2011) Discrimination of natural scenes in central and peripheral vision. Vision Research. 51: 1686-98
To MP, Regan BC, Wood D, et al. (2011) Vision out of the corner of the eye. Vision Research. 51: 203-14
To MP, Baddeley RJ, Troscianko T, et al. (2011) A general rule for sensory cue summation: evidence from photographic, musical, phonetic and cross-modal stimuli. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 278: 1365-72
Tolhurst DJ, To MP, Chirimuuta M, et al. (2010) Magnitude of perceived change in natural images may be linearly proportional to differences in neuronal firing rates. Seeing and Perceiving. 23: 349-72
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