Aaron Michael Clarke

North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, United States 
visual neuroscience
"Aaron Clarke"
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Patrick J. Bennett research assistant North Dakota State University
Allison B. Sekuler research assistant North Dakota State University
James Elder grad student North Dakota State University
Stéphane Jean Michel Rainville grad student 2006-2010 North Dakota State University
 (Neural synchrony and asynchrony as mechanisms for perceptual grouping and segmentation.)
Michael H. Herzog post-doc 2010-2012 North Dakota State University
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Doerig A, Bornet A, Rosenholtz R, et al. (2019) Beyond Bouma's window: How to explain global aspects of crowding? Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1006580
Tartaglia EM, Clarke AM, Herzog MH. (2017) What to Choose Next? A Paradigm for Testing Human Sequential Decision Making. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 312
Grzeczkowski L, Clarke AM, Francis G, et al. (2016) About the individuality of vision. Vision Research
Agaoglu MN, Clarke AM, Herzog MH, et al. (2016) Motion-based nearest vector metric for reference frame selection in the perception of motion. Journal of Vision. 16: 14
Manassi M, Lonchampt S, Clarke A, et al. (2016) What crowding can tell us about object representations. Journal of Vision. 16: 35
Clarke AM, Öğmen H, Herzog MH. (2015) A computational model for reference-frame synthesis with applications to motion perception. Vision Research
Grzeczkowski L, Clarke A, Mast F, et al. (2015) No correlations between the magnitude of visual illusions. Journal of Vision. 15: 1132
Manassi M, Clarke A, Herzog M. (2015) Uncorking the bottleneck of crowding. Journal of Vision. 15: 552
Clarke AM, Friedrich J, Tartaglia EM, et al. (2015) Human and machine learning in non-Markovian decision making. Plos One. 10: e0123105
Clarke AM, Herzog MH, Francis G. (2014) Visual crowding illustrates the inadequacy of local vs. global and feedforward vs. feedback distinctions in modeling visual perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1193
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