Steve Shevell

Affiliations: 
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
vision, color
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Rebecca L. StClair research assistant 2005-2007 Chicago
Dingcai Cao grad student 1997-2003 Chicago
Sang Wook W. Hong grad student 2005 Chicago
Suzanne C. Belmore grad student 2008 Chicago
Anthony D. D'Antona grad student 2010 Chicago
Yang Sun grad student 2011 Chicago
Para Kang grad student 2012 Chicago
Elizabeth C. Allen grad student 2007-2013 Chicago
patrick monnier post-doc Chicago (PsychTree)
Sarah L. Elliott post-doc 2010-2013 Chicago
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Elliott SL, Shevell SK. (2018) Illusory edges comingle with real edges in the neural representation of objects. Vision Research
Christiansen JH, D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. (2017) Chromatic interocular-switch rivalry. Journal of Vision. 17: 9
Shevell SK, Wang W. (2016) Color-motion feature-binding errors are mediated by a higher-order chromatic representation. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 33: A85-A92
Zhuang X, Shevell SK. (2015) Monocular and binocular mechanisms mediating flicker adaptation. Vision Research. 117: 41-48
Stepien NN, Shevell SK. (2015) The role of color in motion feature-binding errors. Journal of Vision. 15: 8
Wang W, Shevell S. (2015) Object-level grouping contributes to chromatic interocular-switch rivalry. Journal of Vision. 15: 276
D'Antona AD, Christiansen JH, Shevell SK. (2014) Separating monocular and binocular neural mechanisms mediating chromatic contextual interactions. Journal of Vision. 14
Wang W, Shevell SK. (2014) Do S cones contribute to color-motion feature binding? Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 31: A60-4
Elliott SL, Shevell SK. (2013) Perceived segmentation of center from surround by only illusory contours causes chromatic lateral inhibition. Vision Research. 86: 66-70
Allen EC, Beilock SL, Shevell SK. (2012) Individual differences in simultaneous color constancy are related to working memory. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 29: A52-9
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