Ruth Rosenholtz

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Visual system
Website:
http://web.mit.edu/rruth/www/
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Stephanie C.Y. Chan research assistant MIT
Alvin Raj grad student 2006- MIT
Nathaniel Twarog grad student 2007- MIT
Krista A. Ehinger grad student 2011-2013 MIT
Shaiyan Keshvari grad student 2011-2016 MIT
Yelda Semizer post-doc
Jie Huang post-doc 2010- MIT
Dian Yu post-doc 2017- MIT
Shaiyan Keshvari post-doc 2017-2018 MIT

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Lavanya Sharan collaborator 2007-2009 MIT
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Rosenholtz R, Yu D, Keshvari S. (2019) Challenges to pooling models of crowding: Implications for visual mechanisms. Journal of Vision. 19: 15
Wijntjes MWA, Rosenholtz R. (2018) Context mitigates crowding: Peripheral object recognition in real-world images. Cognition. 180: 158-164
Jahanian A, Keshvari S, Rosenholtz R. (2018) Web pages: What can you see in a single fixation? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 3: 14
Ehinger KA, Rosenholtz R. (2016) A general account of peripheral encoding also predicts scene perception performance. Journal of Vision. 16: 13
Keshvari S, Rosenholtz R. (2016) Pooling of continuous features provides a unifying account of crowding. Journal of Vision. 16: 39
Zhang X, Huang J, Yigit-Elliott S, et al. (2015) Cube search, revisited. Journal of Vision. 15
Sharan L, Rosenholtz R, Adelson EH. (2014) Accuracy and speed of material categorization in real-world images. Journal of Vision. 14
Sharan L, Liu C, Rosenholtz R, et al. (2013) Recognizing Materials using Perceptually Inspired Features. International Journal of Computer Vision. 103: 348-371
Rosenholtz R, Huang J, Raj A, et al. (2012) A summary statistic representation in peripheral vision explains visual search. Journal of Vision. 12
Rosenholtz R, Huang J, Ehinger KA. (2012) Rethinking the role of top-down attention in vision: effects attributable to a lossy representation in peripheral vision. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 13
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