Arthur G. Shapiro

Affiliations: 
American University, Washington, DC, United States 
Area:
Vision
Website:
http://www.american.edu/cas/faculty/arthurs.cfm
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Warren H. Meck grad student Columbia
Qasim Zaidi grad student 1987-1992 Columbia
Joel Pokorny post-doc 1992-1995 Chicago
Vivianne C. Smith post-doc 1992-1995 Chicago
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Shapiro AG. (2015) The Star Wars Scroll Illusion I-Perception. 6: 1-8
Shapiro AG, Caplovitz GP, Dixon EL. (2014) Feature- and Face-Exchange illusions: new insights and applications for the study of the binding problem. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 804
Dixon E, Shapiro AG. (2014) Paradoxical effect of spatially homogenous transparent fields on simultaneous contrast illusions. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 31: A307-13
Rose-Henig A, Shapiro AG. (2014) Contrast-contrast asynchronies. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 31: A232-8
Dixon E, Shapiro A, Lu ZL. (2014) Scale-invariance in brightness illusions implicates object-level visual processing. Scientific Reports. 4: 3900
Flynn O, Shapiro AG. (2014) A note concerning the relationship between the Adelson's Argyle Illusion and Cornsweet edges Psihologija. 47: 353-358
Flynn OJ, Shapiro AG. (2013) The separation of monocular and binocular contrast. Vision Research. 93: 19-28
Gori S, Stubbs A. (2013) Motion illusions as a psychophysical tool to investigate the visual system Perception Beyond Gestalt: Progress in Vision Research. 128-143
Caplovitz GP, Shapiro AG, Stroud S. (2011) The maintenance and disambiguation of object representations depend upon feature contrast within and between objects. Journal of Vision. 11
Shapiro A, Lu ZL. (2011) Relative brightness in natural images can be accounted for by removing blurry content. Psychological Science. 22: 1452-9
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