Tatiana Emmanouil

Baruch College 
"Tatiana Emmanouil"
Mean distance: 14.86 (cluster 23)


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Lynn C. Robertson research assistant UC Berkeley
Anne Treisman grad student 2009 Princeton
 (Attentional limitations in the statistical processing of perceptual groups.)
Tony Ro post-doc The City College of the City University of New York


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Michael Lewis Epstein grad student 2014-
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Magen H, Peelen MV, Emmanouil TA, et al. (2020) Editorial: Understanding the Operation of Visual Working Memory in Rich Complex Visual Context. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 1996
Epstein ML, Quilty-Dunn J, Mandelbaum E, et al. (2020) The outlier paradox: The role of iterative ensemble coding in discounting outliers. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Magen H, Emmanouil TA. (2019) Spatial Organization in Self-Initiated Visual Working Memory. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 2734
Magen H, Emmanouil TA. (2018) Working memory for self-initiated and provided spatial configurations. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 71: 2186-2206
Magen H, Emmanouil TA. (2018) Estimation in self-initiated working memory for spatial locations. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Epstein ML, Emmanouil TA. (2017) Ensemble coding remains accurate under object and spatial visual working memory load. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Persuh M, Emmanouil TA, Ro T. (2016) Perceptual overloading reveals illusory contour perception without awareness of the inducers. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Emmanouil TA, Magen H. (2014) Neural evidence for sequential selection of object features. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 390-1
Emmanouil TA, Ro T. (2014) Amodal completion of unconsciously presented objects. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1188-94
Emmanouil TA, Avigan P, Persuh M, et al. (2013) Saliency affects feedforward more than feedback processing in early visual cortex. Neuropsychologia. 51: 1497-503
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