Ramakrishna Chakravarthi

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Visual Attention
"Ramakrishna Chakravarthi"
Mean distance: 13.79 (cluster 23)


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Patrick Cavanagh grad student 2002-2007 Harvard
Denis G. Pelli post-doc 2007-2010 NYU


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Søren K. Andersen collaborator
Yvette Granata collaborator NYU
Sarah Rosen collaborator NYU
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Soo L, Chakravarthi R, Andersen SK. (2018) Critical resolution: a superior measure of crowding. Vision Research
Jennings BJ, Tsattalios K, Chakravarthi R, et al. (2016) Combining S-cone and luminance signals adversely affects discrimination of objects within backgrounds. Scientific Reports. 6: 20504
Lopes Costa S, Gonçalves OF, DeLuca J, et al. (2015) The temporal dynamics of visual processing in multiple sclerosis. Applied Neuropsychology. Adult. 1-8
Rosen S, Chakravarthi R, Pelli DG. (2014) The Bouma law of crowding, revised: critical spacing is equal across parts, not objects. Journal of Vision. 14: 10
Van Vugt MK, Chakravarthi R, Lachaux JP. (2014) For whom the bell tolls: periodic reactivation of sensory cortex in the gamma band as a substrate of visual working memory maintenance. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 696
Chakravarthi R, Carlson TA, Chaffin J, et al. (2014) The temporal evolution of coarse location coding of objects: evidence for feedback. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 2370-84
Chakravarthi R, Vanrullen R. (2012) Conscious updating is a rhythmic process. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 10599-604
Freeman J, Chakravarthi R, Pelli DG. (2012) Substitution and pooling in crowding. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 379-96
Chakravarthi R, Pelli DG. (2011) The same binding in contour integration and crowding. Journal of Vision. 11
Chakravarthi R, VanRullen R. (2011) Bullet trains and steam engines: exogenous attention zips but endogenous attention chugs along. Journal of Vision. 11
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