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Ariella Popple

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Visual psychophysics & fmri
Website:
http://levilab.berkeley.edu/personnel/apopple.html
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Mean distance: 13.91 (cluster 29)
 
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Collaborators

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Mary E. Case collaborator UCSD, CSUH, VSU, CSUDH, ASPP
 (Narrative PTSD/ Trauma Treatments, Consultation and Supervision of Doctoral Therapists)
Yury Petrov collaborator Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Institute
Alexandrea H. Park collaborator 2005-2006
 (Narrative PTSD/ Trauma Treatments, Consultation and Supervision of Doctoral Therapists)
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Popple AV, Levi DM. (2008) The attentional blink in amblyopia. Journal of Vision. 8: 12.1-9
Petrov Y, Popple AV, McKee SP. (2007) Crowding and surround suppression: not to be confused. Journal of Vision. 7: 12.1-9
Petrov Y, Popple AV. (2007) Crowding is directed to the fovea and preserves only feature contrast. Journal of Vision. 7: 8.1-9
Popple AV, Levi DM. (2007) Attentional blinks as errors in temporal binding. Vision Research. 47: 2973-81
Popple AV, Yuen K, Levi DM. (2007) Collinearity improves alignment in amblyopia as well as in normal vision. Vision Research. 47: 1968-73
Popple AV, Petrov Y, Levi DM. (2006) Two sources of error in pop-out localization. Vision Research. 46: 293-8
Popple AV, Levi DM. (2005) Location coding by the human visual system: multiple topological adaptations in a case of strabismic amblyopia. Perception. 34: 87-107
Popple AV, Levi DM. (2005) The perception of spatial order at a glance. Vision Research. 45: 1085-90
Popple AV, Levi DM. (2004) Combining cues in contour orientation discrimination. Vision Research. 44: 3081-90
Skillen J, Whitaker D, Popple AV, et al. (2002) The importance of spatial scale in determining illusions of orientation. Vision Research. 42: 2447-55
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