KOHLER VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE LAB
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Peer-reviewed Articles

Articles

Peer-reviewed Articles

  1. Moreau, R, Alp, N, Clarke, A, Freud, E & Kohler, PJ (in preparation). Differential processing of reflection and rotation symmetries in visual textures. student-led project
  2. Kohler, PJ, Barzegaran, E, Norcia, AM & McCandliss, B (in preparation). Parietal contributions to abstract numerosity measured with steady state visual evoked potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
  3. Boswell, A., Kohler, PJ, McCarthy, JD & Caplovitz, GP (revised and resubmitted). Perceived group size is determined by the centroids of the component elements. Journal of Vision.
  4. Sievers, B, Parkinson, C, Kohler, PJ, Hughes, J, Fogelson, S & Wheatley, T (2021). Visual and auditory brain areas share a representational geometry for perceiving emotion. Current Biology, 31, 1–12
  5. Audurier, P, Héjjà-Brichard, Y, De Castro, V, Kohler, PJ, Norcia, AM, Durand, J-B & Cottereau, BR (2021). Symmetry processing in the macaque visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex.
  6. Kohler, PJ & Clarke, A (2021). The human visual system preserves the hierarchy of 2-dimensional pattern regularity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 288, 20211142.
  7. pdf_icon Norcia, AM, Lee, A, Meredith, W, Kohler, PJ, Pei, F, Ghassan, S, Libove, R, Phillips, J & Hardan, AY (2021). A case-control study of visual, auditory and audio-visual sensory interactions in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Vision, 21(4), 5.
  8. pdf_icon Van Rinsveld, A, Guillaume, M, Kohler, PJ, Schiltz, C, Gevers, W & Content, A (2020). The neural signature of numerosity by separating numerical and continuous magnitude extraction in visual cortex with frequency-tagged EEG. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(11), 5726-5732.
  9. pdf_icon Barzegaran, E, Bosse, S, Kohler, PJ & Norcia, AM (2019). EEGSourceSim: A framework for realistic simulation of EEG scalp data using MRI-based forward models and biologically plausible signals and noise. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 328, 108377.
  10. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cottereau, BR & Norcia, AM (2019). Image Segmentation Based on Relative Motion and Relative Disparity Cues in Topographically Organized Areas of Human Visual Cortex. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 9308.
  11. pdf_icon Manning C, Kaneshiro B, Kohler PJ, Duta M, Scerif G & Norcia AM (2019) Neural dynamics underlying coherent motion perception in children and adults. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 38, 100670.
  12. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Meredith, WJ & Norcia, AM (2018). Revisiting the functional significance of binocular cues for perceiving motion in depth. Nature Communications, 9(1), 3511.
  13. pdf_icon Alp, N, Kohler, PJ, Kogo, N, Wagemans, J & Norcia, AM (2018). Measuring Integration Processes in Visual Symmetry with Frequency-Tagged EEG Scientific Reports 8(1), 6969.
  14. pdf_icon Kanayet, F, Mattarella-Micke, A, Kohler, PJ, Norcia, AM, McCandliss, B & McClelland, JL (2018). Distinct representations of magnitude and spatial position within parietal cortex during number-space mapping. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 30(2), 200-218.
  15. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cottereau, BR & Norcia, AM (2018). Dynamics of Perceptual Decisions About Symmetry in Visual Cortex. NeuroImage, 167, 316-330.
  16. pdf_icon Norcia, AM, Pei, F & Kohler, PJ (2017). Evidence for long-range spatio-temporal interactions in infant and adult visual cortex. Journal of Vision, 17(6), 12.
  17. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cavanagh, P, & Tse, PU (2017). Motion-induced position shifts activate early visual cortex. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 11(168).
  18. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Clarke, A, Yakovleva, A, Liu, Y & Norcia, AM (2016). Representation of maximally regular textures in human visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(3), 714 –729.
  19. pdf_icon McCarthy, JD, Kohler, PJ, Tse, PU & Caplovitz, GP (2015). Extrastriate Visual Areas Integrate Form Features over Space and Time to Construct Representations of Stationary and Rigidly Rotating Objects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(11), 2158-2173.
  20. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cavanagh, P, & Tse, PU (2015). Motion-induced position shifts are influenced by global motion, but dominated by component motion. Vision Research, 110, 93-99.
  21. pdf_icon Schlegel, A, Alexander, P, Fogelson, SV, Li, X, Lu, Z, Kohler, PJ, Riley, E, Tse, PU, & Meng, M (2015). The artist emerges: Visual art learning alters neural structure and function. NeuroImage, 105, 440-451.
  22. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP & Tse, PU (2014). The global slowdown effect: Why does perceptual grouping reduce perceived speed? Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 76(3), 780-792.
  23. pdf_icon Fogelson, SV, Kohler, PJ, Miller, KJ, Granger, R, and Tse, PU (2014). Unconscious neural processing differs with method used to render stimuli invisible. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(601).
  24. pdf_icon Schlegel, AS, Kohler, PJ, Fogelson, SV, Alexander, P, Konuthula, D & Tse, PU (2013). Network structure and dynamics of the mental workspace. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(40), 16277-16282.
  25. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Fogelson, SV Reavis, EA, Meng, M, Guntupalli, JS, Hanke, M, Halchenko, YO, Connolly, AC, Haxby, JV & Tse, PU (2013). Pattern classification precedes regional-average hemodynamic response in early visual cortex. NeuroImage, 78, 249–260.
  26. pdf_icon Reavis, EA, Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, CP, Wheatley, T & Tse, PU (2013). Effects of attention on visual experience during monocular rivalry. Vision Research, 83, 76-81.
  27. pdf_icon Parkinson, C, Kohler, PJ, Sievers, B & Wheatley, T (2012). Associations between auditory pitch and visual elevation do not depend on language: Evidence from a remote population. Perception, 47(7), 854-861.
  28. pdf_icon Porter, KB, Caplovitz, GP, Kohler, PJ, Ackerman, CM & Tse, PU (2011). Rotational and translational motion interact independently with form. Vision Research, 51(23), 2478-2487.
  29. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP, Hsieh, P-J, Sun, J, & Tse, PU (2010). Motion fading is driven by perceived, not actual angular velocity. Vision Research, 50(11), 1086–1094.
  30. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP & Tse, PU (2009). The whole moves less than the spin of its parts. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71(4), 675-679.
  31. pdf_icon Mala, H, Castro, MR, Knippel, J, Kohler, PJ, Lassen, P & Mogensen, J (2008). Therapeutic effects of a restraint procedure on posttraumatic place learning in fimbria-fornix transected rats. Brain Research, 1217, 221-231.

Book Chapters

Book Chapters

Book Chapters

  1. Caplovitz, GP Hsieh, P-J, Kohler, PJ & Porter, KB (2017). The Spinning Ellipse Speed Illusion. In Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions (pp. 170-173). Oxford University Press.
  2. pdf_icon Tse, PU, Reavis, EA, Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP, & Wheatley, T (2013). How Attention can Alter Appearances. In Handbook of Experimental Phenomenology (pp. 291-315). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Selected Conference Presentations

Conferences

Conference Presentations

  1. movie_icon Moreau, R, Alp, N, Clarke, A, Freud, E & Kohler, PJ (2021). Differential processing of reflection and rotation symmetries in visual textures. Talk at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  2. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Norcia, AM & McCandliss, B (2019). Steady-state visual evoked potentials reveal parietal contributions to abstract numerosity. Poster at Neuroscience, Chicago, IL.
  3. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Barzegaran, E, Davis, BE & Norcia, AM (2019). Encoding- and decision-related brain activity during a motion judgment task. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  4. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Norcia, AM & McCandliss, B (2019). Assessing Parietal Contributions to Abstract Numerosity with Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials (SSVEPs). Poster at Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA
  5. movie_icon Kohler, PJ, Meredith, WJ & Norcia, AM (2018). Characterizing late-developing binocular motion mechanisms in human visual cortex. Talk at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  6. movie_icon Kohler, PJ, Meredith, WJ & Norcia, AM (2017). Neural responses to motion in 2 and 3 dimensions. Talk at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  7. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cottereau, BR & Norcia, AM (2016). Cortical areas encoding visual segmentation cues from relative motion and relative disparity. Poster at FENS Forum of Neuroscience, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  8. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Cottereau, BR & Norcia, AM (2016). Identifying cortical areas involved in perceptual decisions about symmetry. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  9. movie_icon Kohler, PJ, Yakovleva, A, Clarke, ADF, Liu, Y & Norcia, AM (2015). Parametric responses to rotation symmetry in mid-level visual cortex. Talk at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  10. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ & Norcia, AM (2015). Does SNR of visually evoked BOLD responses change with rapid multiplexed fMRI? Poster at Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA
  11. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Clarke, ADF, Liu-Shuang, J, Liu, Y, Norcia, AM (2014). The neural response to visual symmetry in wallpaper patterns. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, St. Petersburg, FL.
  12. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Harder, LH, & Tse, PU (2013). The influence of local and global motion on perceived position. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
  13. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Harder, LH, & Tse, PU PJ, Cavanagh, CEP, & Tse, PU (2012). The influence of motion integration on shifts in perceived position. Poster at European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy. 1. Demo video 2. Feature on New Scientist Blog. 3. Feature on Focus.de’s “Illusion der Woche”
  14. Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP, Fogelson, SF, & Tse, PU (2012). Neural correlates of perceptually bistable motion-based grouping. Talk at Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
  15. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Fogelson, SF, Reavis, EA, & Tse, PU (2011). The neural basis of lightness constancy in the visual system. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
  16. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Zafer, M, Reavis, EA, & Tse, PU (2010). The Ebbinghaus illusion requires consciousness of the inducers. Poster at Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 14, Toronto, Canada.
  17. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Fogelson, SV, Reavis EA, Guntupalli, JS & Tse, PU (2010). The Relationship Between Multivariate Pattern Classification Accuracy and Hemodynamic Response Level in Visual Cortical Areas. Poster at Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
  18. pdf_icon Kohler, PJ, Caplovitz, GP & Tse, PU (2009). The whole moves less than the spin of its parts. Poster at Poster at Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.
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