Andrew M. Haun, PhD

Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
spatial vision, visual perception, natural scenes, consciousness
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Grasso M, Haun AM, Tononi G. (2021) Of maps and grids. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2021: niab022
Haun A, Tsuchiya N. (2020) Reasonable criteria for functionalists; scarce criteria from phenomenological perspective. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-2
Tsuchiya N, Andrillon T, Haun A. (2020) A reply to "the unfolding argument": Beyond functionalism/behaviorism and towards a science of causal structure theories of consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition. 79: 102877
Haun AM, Tononi G. (2019) Why Does Space Feel the Way it Does? Towards a Principled Account of Spatial Experience Entropy. 21: 1160
Haun AM, Hansen BC. (2019) Visual evoked potentials elicited by complex scenes are regulated by high spatial frequency content Journal of Vision. 19: 123b
Haun AM, Tononi G, Koch C, et al. (2017) Are we underestimating the richness of visual experience? Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2017: niw023
Haun AM, Oizumi M, Kovach CK, et al. (2017) Conscious Perception as Integrated Information Patterns in Human Electrocorticography. Eneuro. 4
Song C, Haun AM, Tononi G. (2017) Plasticity in the Structure of Visual Space. Eneuro. 4
Hansen BC, Haun AM, Johnson AP, et al. (2016) On the Differentiation of Foveal and Peripheral Early Visual Evoked Potentials. Brain Topography
Haun A, Fulvio J, Barendregt M, et al. (2016) Decoding direction of binocular motion from human visual cortex Journal of Vision. 16: 181
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