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Curtis L. Baker

Affiliations: 
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
Visual system
Website:
http://www.mvr.mcgill.ca/Curtis/cbaker_home.html
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Sun HC, Kingdom FAA, Baker CL. (2017) Texture density adaptation can be bidirectional. Journal of Vision. 17: 9
Buckthought A, Yoonessi A, Baker CL. (2017) Dynamic perspective cues enhance depth perception from motion parallax. Journal of Vision. 17: 10
Hutchinson CV, Ledgeway T, Baker CL. (2016) Phase-Dependent Interactions in Visual Cortex to Combinations of First- and Second-Order Stimuli. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 12328-12337
Sun HC, Baker CL, Kingdom FA. (2016) Simultaneous density contrast is bidirectional. Journal of Vision. 16: 4
Talebi V, Baker CL. (2016) Categorically distinct types of receptive fields in early visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00659.2015
Li G, Yao Z, Wang Z, et al. (2014) Form-cue invariant second-order neuronal responses to contrast modulation in primate area V2. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 12081-92
Yoonessi A, Baker CL. (2014) Boundary segmentation from dynamic occlusion-based motion parallax. Journal of Vision. 14
Zavitz E, Baker CL. (2014) Higher order image structure enables boundary segmentation in the absence of luminance or contrast cues. Journal of Vision. 14
Yoonessi A, Baker CL. (2013) Depth perception from dynamic occlusion in motion parallax: roles of expansion-compression versus accretion-deletion. Journal of Vision. 13
Zavitz E, Baker CL. (2013) Texture sparseness, but not local phase structure, impairs second-order segmentation. Vision Research. 91: 45-55
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