David Whitney, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Motion and vision
Website:
http://whitneylab.berkeley.edu/david_whitney.html
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Parents

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Patrick Cavanagh grad student 2001 Harvard
 (The influence of visual motion on the positions of moving and stationary stimuli.)
Melvyn A. Goodale post-doc Western Ontario

Children

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Kelly H. Chang research assistant 2013-2015
Yi-Fei Hu research assistant 2018-2018 UC Berkeley
Santani Teng grad student UC Davis
Wesley Chaney grad student 2010- UC Davis
Anna Kosovicheva grad student 2010- UC Davis
Benjamin A. Wolfe grad student 2010- UC Berkeley
Alina Liberman grad student 2012- UC Berkeley
Jefferson Ortega grad student 2021- UC Berkeley
Kami Koldewyn grad student 2004-2009 UC Davis
Paul F. Bulakowski grad student 2005-2009 UC Davis
Faraz Farzin grad student 2004-2010 UC Davis (PsychTree)
Faraz Farzin grad student 2005-2010 UC Davis
Jason M. Haberman grad student 2006-2010 UC Davis
Jason T. Fischer grad student 2006-2012 UC Berkeley
Steve Haroz grad student 2013 UC Davis
Allison Yamanashi Leib grad student 2010-2015 UC Berkeley
Zhimin Chen grad student 2016-2021 UC Berkeley
Amrita M. Puri post-doc UC Davis
Timothy D. Sweeny post-doc 2010- UC Davis
Alice R. Albrecht post-doc 2013- UC Berkeley
Mauro Manassi post-doc 2015- UC Berkeley
Yuki Murai post-doc 2017- UC Berkeley
Gerrit W. Maus post-doc 2008-2015 UC Berkeley

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Elise Piazza collaborator
Mohsen Rafiei collaborator UC Berkeley
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Manassi M, Whitney D. (2022) Illusion of visual stability through active perceptual serial dependence. Science Advances. 8: eabk2480
Bornet A, Choung OH, Doerig A, et al. (2021) Global and high-level effects in crowding cannot be predicted by either high-dimensional pooling or target cueing. Journal of Vision. 21: 10
Manassi M, Ghirardo C, Canas-Bajo T, et al. (2021) Serial dependence in the perceptual judgments of radiologists. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 6: 65
Murai Y, Whitney D. (2021) Serial dependence revealed in history-dependent perceptual templates. Current Biology : Cb
Ashworth M, Analitis A, Whitney D, et al. (2021) Spatio-temporal associations of air pollutant concentrations, GP respiratory consultations and respiratory inhaler prescriptions: a 5-year study of primary care in the borough of Lambeth, South London. Environmental Health : a Global Access Science Source. 20: 54
Hansmann-Roth S, Kristjánsson Á, Whitney D, et al. (2021) Publisher Correction: Dissociating implicit and explicit ensemble representations reveals the limits of visual perception and the richness of behaviour. Scientific Reports. 11: 8840
Whitney D, Solomon JA, Hochstein S. (2021) Introduction to the special issue on ensemble perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 83: 899-903
Hansmann-Roth S, Kristjánsson Á, Whitney D, et al. (2021) Dissociating implicit and explicit ensemble representations reveals the limits of visual perception and the richness of behavior. Scientific Reports. 11: 3899
Chen Z, Whitney D. (2020) Inferential emotion tracking (IET) reveals the critical role of context in emotion recognition. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Chen Z, Whitney D. (2020) Inferential affective tracking reveals the remarkable speed of context-based emotion perception. Cognition. 208: 104549
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