Sarah Allred, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Vision
Website:
http://crab.rutgers.edu/~srallred
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Bharathi Jagadeesh grad student 1999-2006 University of Washington
 (The neural basis of visual object perception.)
David H. Brainard post-doc 2006-2009 Penn
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Allred SR, Crawford LE, Duffy S, et al. (2016) Working memory and spatial judgments: Cognitive load increases the central tendency bias. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Olkkonen M, Saarela TP, Allred SR. (2016) Perception-memory interactions reveal a computational strategy for perceptual constancy. Journal of Vision. 16: 38
Allred S, Bae GY, Olkkonen M, et al. (2015) A new model for the contents of visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 15: 83
Bae GY, Olkkonen M, Allred SR, et al. (2015) Why Some Colors Appear More Memorable Than Others: A Model Combining Categories and Particulars in Color Working Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Allred SR, Olkkonen M. (2015) The effect of memory and context changes on color matches to real objects. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 1608-24
Olkkonen M, McCarthy PF, Allred SR. (2014) The central tendency bias in color perception: effects of internal and external noise. Journal of Vision. 14
Allred SR, Flombaum JI. (2014) Relating color working memory and color perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 562-5
Bae GY, Olkkonen M, Allred SR, et al. (2014) Stimulus-specific variability in color working memory with delayed estimation. Journal of Vision. 14
Olkkonen M, Allred SR. (2014) Short-term memory affects color perception in context. Plos One. 9: e86488
Allred SR, Olkkonen M. (2013) The effect of background and illumination on color identification of real, 3D objects. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 821
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