Kevin Hartstein

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
"Kevin Hartstein"
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Marcia Grabowecky research assistant 2011- Northwestern
Steven L. Franconeri research assistant 2012-2014 Northwestern
 (Lab Manager/Head Research Assistant)
Peter Ulric Tse grad student 2014- Dartmouth
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Saleki S, Ziman K, Hartstein KC, et al. (2022) Endogenous attention biases transformational apparent motion based on high-level shape representations. Journal of Vision. 22: 16
Hartstein KC, Kraemer DM, Tse PU. (2019) Accurate Classification in Frontoparietal Network for Visually Identical Tasks at Varying Levels of Relational Abstraction Journal of Vision. 19: 206a
Tse P, Kohler P, Reavis E, et al. (2018) How Top-down Attention Alters Bottom-up preconscious operations Journal of Vision. 18: 984
Hartstein K, Cavanagh P, Tse P. (2018) Path Shortening in Transformational Apparent Motion Journal of Vision. 18: 303
Sun L, Frank SM, Hartstein KC, et al. (2017) Back from the future: Volitional postdiction of perceived apparent motion direction. Vision Research
Sun L, Hartstein K, Frank S, et al. (2017) Volitionally altering the immediate past: Postdictive Biasing of Perceived Motion Direction Journal of Vision. 17: 438
Hartstein K, Tse P. (2017) Transformational Apparent Motion is Driven by Figural Parsing, Not Low-Level Motion Signals Journal of Vision. 17: 434
Hartstein K, Tse P. (2016) First and second order transformational apparent motion have similar temporal dynamics Journal of Vision. 16: 660
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