David W. Bressler, Ph.D.

2012 Vision Science University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Visual cortex, attention
"David Bressler"
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Michael A. Silver grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
 (Spatial Attention Improves Retinotopic Mapping.)
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Hutchinson JB, Uncapher MR, Weiner KS, et al. (2014) Functional heterogeneity in posterior parietal cortex across attention and episodic memory retrieval. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 24: 49-66
Bressler DW, Fortenbaugh FC, Robertson LC, et al. (2013) Visual spatial attention enhances the amplitude of positive and negative fMRI responses to visual stimulation in an eccentricity-dependent manner. Vision Research. 85: 104-12
Bressler DW, Silver MA. (2010) Spatial attention improves reliability of fMRI retinotopic mapping signals in occipital and parietal cortex. Neuroimage. 53: 526-33
Louie EG, Bressler DW, Whitney D. (2007) Holistic crowding: selective interference between configural representations of faces in crowded scenes. Journal of Vision. 7: 24.1-11
Harp TD, Bressler DW, Whitney D. (2007) Position shifts following crowded second-order motion adaptation reveal processing of local and global motion without awareness. Journal of Vision. 7: 15.1-13
Bulakowski PF, Bressler DW, Whitney D. (2007) Shared attentional resources for global and local motion processing. Journal of Vision. 7: 10.1-10
Bressler D, Spotswood N, Whitney D. (2007) Negative BOLD fMRI response in the visual cortex carries precise stimulus-specific information. Plos One. 2: e410
Whitney D, Bressler DW. (2007) Second-order motion without awareness: passive adaptation to second-order motion produces a motion aftereffect. Vision Research. 47: 569-79
Whitney D, Bressler DW. (2007) Spatially asymmetric response to moving patterns in the visual cortex: re-examining the local sign hypothesis. Vision Research. 47: 50-9
Bressler DW, Whitney D. (2006) Second-order motion shifts perceived position. Vision Research. 46: 1120-8
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