Affiliation: McGill University
- Recognizing faces defined by texture gradientsChang Hong Liu
Department of Psychology, University of Hull, Hull, England
Percept Psychophys 67:158-67. 2005..Although this performance was much poorer than the performance based entirely on shape-from-shading stimuli (Experiment 3), the results suggest that texture gradient information may be used to recover surface geometry of complex objects...
- Dorsal-ventral integration in object recognitionReza Farivar
Department of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
Brain Res Rev 61:144-53. 2009..Thus dorsal visual areas that extract 3-D structure of shapes from certain cues, can relate these representations to cue-invariant and view-invariant representations in the ventral stream...
- Cellular-resolution activity mapping of the brain using immediate-early gene expressionReza Farivar
Department of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Front Biosci 9:104-9. 2004..Current developments highlight the future prospects of cellular-resolution functional activity mapping of the brain...
- Dorsal-ventral integration in the recognition of motion-defined unfamiliar facesReza Farivar
Department of Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1B1, Canada
J Neurosci 29:5336-42. 2009..Results suggest that such cues are sufficient to drive unfamiliar face recognition in normal participants and that ventral stream areas are necessary for both identification and learning of unfamiliar faces from SFM cues...
- Co-operative interactions between first- and second-order mechanisms in the processing of structure from motionCraig R Aaen-Stockdale
McGill Vision Research, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
J Vis 10:6. 2010..This provides strong support that the mechanisms underlying SFM are cue-invariant...
- A dichoptic projection system for visual psychophysics in fMRI scannersBenjamin Thompson
McGill Vision Research, Department of Ophthalmology, McGill University, 687 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec, Cananda H3A 1A1
J Neurosci Methods 168:71-5. 2008..We provide a verification of the system demonstrating minimal cross-talk between the images presented to the two eyes...