Oliver W. Layton

Cognitive & Neural Systems Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Vision, optic flow, figure-ground segregation
"Oliver Layton"
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Flip Phillips research assistant 2007-2009 Skidmore College
N. Andrew Browning grad student 2010- Boston University
Ennio Mingolla grad student 2010- Boston University
Arash Yazdanbakhsh grad student 2010- Boston University
Brett Fajen post-doc 2014- RPI
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Steinmetz ST, Layton OW, Powell NV, et al. (2022) A Dynamic Efficient Sensory Encoding Approach to Adaptive Tuning in Neural Models of Optic Flow Processing. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 16: 844289
Steinmetz ST, Layton OW, Powell NV, et al. (2020) Affordance-based versus current-future accounts of choosing whether to pursue or abandon the chase of a moving target. Journal of Vision. 20: 8
Steinmetz S, Layton O, Powell N, et al. (2020) Self-regulating neural mechanisms for self-motion estimation from optic flow Journal of Vision. 20: 1212
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2019) Computational Mechanisms for Perceptual Stability using Disparity and Motion Parallax. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Steinmetz ST, Layton OW, Browning NA, et al. (2019) An integrated neural model of robust self-motion and object motion perception in visually realistic environments Journal of Vision. 19: 294a
Layton OW, Steinmetz S, Powell N, et al. (2019) Computational investigation of sparse MT-MSTd connectivity and heading perception Journal of Vision. 19: 237a
Powell NV, Steinmetz ST, Layton OW, et al. (2019) Maintaining the ability to pursue moving targets during repeated interception tasks Journal of Vision. 19: 221b
Layton OW, Fajen BR. (2017) Possible role for recurrent interactions between expansion and contraction cells in MSTd during self-motion perception in dynamic environments. Journal of Vision. 17: 5
Hock H, Layton O, Pelah A. (2017) Slowed optic flow is used to perceive object motion during active locomotion Journal of Vision. 17: 711
Powell N, Steinmetz S, Layton O, et al. (2017) Choosing actions that maintain sprint ability during repeated target interception tasks Journal of Vision. 17: 710
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