Thomas J. Palmeri

Affiliations: 
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Area:
perceptual categorization, perceptual expertise, cognitive modeling
Website:
http://catlab.psy.vanderbilt.edu/
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Chow JK, Palmeri TJ, Gauthier I. (2024) Distinct but related abilities for visual and haptic object recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Chow JK, Palmeri TJ, Pluck G, et al. (2023) Evidence for an amodal domain-general object recognition ability. Cognition. 238: 105542
Umakantha A, Purcell BA, Palmeri TJ. (2022) Relating a Spiking Neural Network Model and the Diffusion Model of Decision-Making. Computational Brain & Behavior. 5: 279-301
Chow JK, Palmeri TJ, Gauthier I. (2022) Visual object recognition ability is not related to experience with visual arts. Journal of Vision. 22: 1
Cox GE, Palmeri TJ, Logan GD, et al. (2022) Salience by competitive and recurrent interactions: Bridging neural spiking and computation in visual attention. Psychological Review
Chow JK, Palmeri TJ, Mack ML. (2022) Revealing a competitive dynamic in rapid categorization with object substitution masking. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Chow JK, Palmeri TJ, Gauthier I. (2021) Haptic object recognition based on shape relates to visual object recognition ability. Psychological Research
Annis J, Gauthier I, Palmeri TJ. (2020) Combining convolutional neural networks and cognitive models to predict novel object recognition in humans. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Middlebrooks PG, Zandbelt BB, Logan GD, et al. (2020) Countermanding Perceptual Decision-Making. Iscience. 23: 100777
Annis J, Evans NJ, Miller BJ, et al. (2019) Thermodynamic Integration and Steppingstone Sampling Methods for Estimating Bayes Factors: A Tutorial. Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 89: 67-86
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