Bryan Alvarez

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
Visual attention and perception, Synesthesia
"Bryan Alvarez"
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Karen L. Gunther research assistant Oberlin College
Lynn C. Robertson grad student 2013 UC Berkeley
 (Behavioral and brain mechanisms of grapheme-color synesthesia and their relationships with perceptual binding and visual imagery.)
Robert H. Wurtz research scientist 2004-2006 NEI


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Ken Rose collaborator
James R. Cavanaugh collaborator 2004-2006 NEI
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Whitaker KJ, Kang X, Herron TJ, et al. (2014) White matter microstructure throughout the brain correlates with visual imagery in grapheme-color synesthesia. Neuroimage. 90: 52-9
Alvarez BD, Robertson LC. (2013) The interaction of synesthetic and print color and its relation to visual imagery. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 1737-47
Sheremata S, Alvarez B, Zertuche L, et al. (2013) Visuotopic mapping of the parietal cortex distinguishes areas involved in synesthetic feature binding Journal of Vision. 13: 1253-1253
List A, Landau AN, Brooks JL, et al. (2011) Shifting attention in viewer- and object-based reference frames after unilateral brain injury. Neuropsychologia. 49: 2090-6
Alvarez B, Robertson L. (2010) A "hole" new look at grapheme-color synesthesia Journal of Vision. 9: 46-46
List A, Landau A, Brooks J, et al. (2010) Object-based attention in patients with left and right hemisphere lesions Journal of Vision. 9: 140-140
Alvarez B, Robertson L. (2010) Differences in feature vs object binding across depth: Evidence from grapheme-color synesthesia Journal of Vision. 8: 745-745
Alvarez BD, Robertson LC. (2010) Vividness of visual imagery predicts spatial priming in grapheme-color synesthetes Journal of Vision. 10: 878-878
Cavanaugh J, Alvarez BD, Wurtz RH. (2006) Enhanced performance with brain stimulation: attentional shift or visual cue? The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 11347-58
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