Daniel Goldreich

McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Somatosensory psychophysics, Bayesian perception
"Daniel Goldreich"
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Bharadwaj A, Shaw SB, Goldreich D. (2019) Comparing Tactile to Auditory Guidance for Blind Individuals. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 443
Morrison JA, Valdizón-Rodríguez R, Goldreich D, et al. (2018) Tuning for the rate and duration of frequency modulated (FM) sweeps in the mammalian inferior colliculus. Journal of Neurophysiology
Li L, Chan A, Iqbal SM, et al. (2017) An Adaptation-Induced Repulsion Illusion in Tactile Spatial Perception. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 331
Tong J, Ngo V, Goldreich D. (2016) Tactile length contraction as Bayesian inference. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00029.2016
Peters RM, Staibano P, Goldreich D. (2015) Tactile orientation perception: an ideal observer analysis of human psychophysical performance in relation to macaque area 3b receptive fields. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00631.2015
Peters RM, Goldreich D. (2013) Tactile spatial acuity in childhood: effects of age and fingertip size. Plos One. 8: e84650
Tong J, Mao O, Goldreich D. (2013) Two-point orientation discrimination versus the traditional two-point test for tactile spatial acuity assessment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 579
Wong M, Peters RM, Goldreich D. (2013) A physical constraint on perceptual learning: tactile spatial acuity improves with training to a limit set by finger size. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 9345-52
Goldreich D, Tong J. (2013) Prediction, postdiction, and perceptual length contraction: a bayesian low-speed prior captures the cutaneous rabbit and related illusions. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 221
Goldreich D, Peterson MA. (2012) A Bayesian observer replicates convexity context effects in figure-ground perception. Seeing and Perceiving. 25: 365-95
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