Melchi M. Michel, Ph.D

Psychology Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Vision, ideal observer models, perceptual learning, visual search, population coding
"Melchi Michel"
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Robert Jacobs grad student 2007 Rochester
 (Statistical mechanisms and constraints in perceptual learning: What can we learn?)
Wilson S. Geisler post-doc University of Texas
Eyal Seidemann post-doc 2011-2012 University of Texas


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Yelda Semizer grad student
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Semizer Y, Michel MM. (2019) Natural image clutter degrades overt search performance independently of set size. Journal of Vision. 19: 1
Michel MM, Chen Y, Seidemann E, et al. (2018) Nonlinear Lateral Interactions in V1 Population Responses Explained by a Contrast Gain Control Model. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kleene NJ, Michel MM. (2018) The capacity of trans-saccadic memory in visual search. Psychological Review. 125: 391-408
Kleene N, Michel M. (2018) Fixation selection for categorical target searches in real world scenes Journal of Vision. 18: 523-523
Nikiforova M, Michel M. (2018) Characterizing Cue Specificity in Visual Search Performance Journal of Vision. 18: 287-287
Semizer Y, Michel M, Evans K, et al. (2018) Textures as Global Signals of Abnormality in the Interpretation of Mammograms Journal of Vision. 18: 1
Semizer Y, Michel MM. (2017) Intrinsic position uncertainty impairs overt search performance. Journal of Vision. 17: 13
Michel M, Wilmott J. (2017) Parallel shifts: evidence for simultaneous predictive remapping across multiple attentional targets Journal of Vision. 17: 882
Semizer Y, Michel M. (2017) Intrinsic Position Uncertainty and Clutter in Natural Search Tasks Journal of Vision. 17: 1118
Michel M, Wilmott J. (2016) Perisaccadic remapping of visual information is predictive, attention-based, and spatially precise Journal of Vision. 16: 114-114
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