Katherine E.M. Tregillus, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2012-2017 Pscychology University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
 2017-2018 Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, San Francisco, CA, United States 
 2018- Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Visual Perception
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Li Y, Tregillus KE, Luo Q, et al. (2020) Visual mode switching learned through repeated adaptation to color. Elife. 9
Tregillus KE, Likova LT. (2020) Differences in the major fiber-tracts of people with congenital and acquired blindness Electronic Imaging. 2020: 366-1-366-7
Tregillus KE, Webster MA, Maus GW. (2019) Adaptation to a field of distributed temporal frequencies results in a reduction of the perceived mean flicker rate Journal of Vision. 19: 117
Tregillus KE, Li Y, Engel SA. (2019) McCollough world: A novel induction method for orientation-contingent color aftereffects Journal of Vision. 19: 72a
Tregillus KE, Engel SA. (2019) Long-term adaptation to color Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 30: 116-121
Tregillus K, Likova L. (2018) Fiber-tract differences in people with congenital and acquired blindness Journal of Vision. 18: 543
Vanston J, Tregillus K, Webster M, et al. (2018) Color contrast gain in anomalous trichromats Journal of Vision. 18: 360
Tregillus KE, Werner JS, Webster MA. (2016) Adjusting to a sudden "aging" of the lens. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 33: A129-A136
Tregillus KE, Webster MA. (2016) Swapping swatches: Adapting to and from an artist’s palette Electronic Imaging. 2016: 1-8
Tregillus K, Winkler A, Jiang F. (2016) Cross-modal motion aftereffects induced by complex auditory stimuli Journal of Vision. 16: 863
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