Dietrich Samuel Schwarzkopf

Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Dietrich Schwarzkopf"
Mean distance: 13.24 (cluster 29)


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Frank Sengpiel grad student 2003-2007 Cardiff University
Geraint Rees post-doc 2008- UCL
Zoe Kourtzi post-doc 2007-2008 UCL


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Ecem Altan grad student 2020- University of Auckland
Haiyang Jin grad student 2015-2020
Benjamin de Haas post-doc 2013- UCL
Nonie J. Finlayson post-doc 2016- UCL


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Sharon Gilaie-Dotan collaborator UCL
Chen Song collaborator 2009-
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Urale PWB, Zhu L, Gough R, et al. (2023) Extrastriate activity reflects the absence of local retinal input. Consciousness and Cognition. 114: 103566
Urale PWB, Schwarzkopf DS. (2023) Effects of cortical distance on the Ebbinghaus and Delboeuf illusions. Perception. 52: 459-483
de Haas B, Schwarzkopf DS, Anderson EJ, et al. (2020) Retraction Notice to: Perceptual load affects spatial tuning of neuronal populations in human early visual cortex. Current Biology : Cb. 30: 4814
Stoll S, Finlayson NJ, Schwarzkopf DS. (2020) Topographic Signatures of Global Object Perception in Human Visual Cortexa. Neuroimage. 116926
Infanti E, Schwarzkopf DS. (2020) Mapping sequences can bias population receptive field estimates. Neuroimage. 211: 116636
Schwarzkopf DS. (2019) Size Perception Biases Are Temporally Stable and Vary Consistently Between Visual Field Meridians. I-Perception. 10: 2041669519878722
Hughes AE, Greenwood JA, Finlayson NJ, et al. (2019) Population receptive field estimates for motion-defined stimuli. Neuroimage
Dekker TM, Schwarzkopf DS, de Haas B, et al. (2019) Population receptive field tuning properties of visual cortex during childhood. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 37: 100614
Moutsiana C, Soliman R, de Wit L, et al. (2018) Unexplained Progressive Visual Field Loss in the Presence of Normal Retinotopic Maps. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1722
de Haas B, Schwarzkopf DS. (2018) Feature-location effects in the Thatcher illusion. Journal of Vision. 18: 16
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