Patrick B. Garrigan

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Saint Joseph's University, Merion Station, PA, United States 
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Philip J. Kellman grad student 2005 UCLA
 (Representation of contour shape.)

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Kait Clark research assistant 2007-2008 St. Joseph's University
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Kellman PJ, Mnookin JL, Erlikhman G, et al. (2014) Forensic comparison and matching of fingerprints: using quantitative image measures for estimating error rates through understanding and predicting difficulty. Plos One. 9: e94617
Garrigan P, Kellman PJ. (2011) The role of constant curvature in 2-D contour shape representations. Perception. 40: 1290-308
Kalar DJ, Garrigan P, Wickens TD, et al. (2010) A unified model of illusory and occluded contour interpolation. Vision Research. 50: 284-99
Kellman PJ, Garrigan P. (2009) Perceptual learning and human expertise. Physics of Life Reviews. 6: 53-84
Garrigan P, Kellman PJ. (2008) Perceptual learning depends on perceptual constancy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 2248-53
Kellman PJ, Garrigan P, Shipley TF, et al. (2007) Interpolation processes in object perception: reply to Anderson (2007). Psychological Review. 114: 488-508
Kellman PJ, Garrigan P, Shipley TF. (2007) Postscript: Identity and constraints in models of object formation Psychological Review. 114: 502-508
Kellman PJ, Garrigan P, Shipley TF. (2005) Object interpolation in three dimensions. Psychological Review. 112: 586-609
Kellman PJ, Garrigan P, Shipley TF, et al. (2005) 3-d interpolation in object perception: evidence from an objective performance paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 31: 558-83
Kellman PJ, Garrigan PB, Kalar D, et al. (2003) Good continuation and relatability: Related but distinct principles Journal of Vision. 3: 120a
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