List of some publications that have used mgl. Please contact us if you have an update to this publication list.

  • Gardner JL, Merriam EP, Movshon JA and Heeger DJ (2008) Maps of visual space in human occipital cortex are retinotopic, not spatiotopic. J Neurosci 28:3988–3999.
  • Abrams J, Barbot A and Carrasco M (2010) Voluntary attention increases perceived spatial frequency. Atten Percept Psychophys 72:1510–1521.
  • Barbot A, Landy MS and Carrasco M (2011) Exogenous attention enhances 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Vision Res 51:1086–1098.
  • Freeman J, Brouwer GJ, Heeger DJ and Merriam EP (2011) Orientation Decoding Depends on Maps, Not Columns. J Neurosci 31:4792–4804.
  • Freeman J, Donner TH and Heeger DJ (2011) Inter-area correlations in the ventral visual pathway reflect feature integration. J Vis 11:15–15.
  • Ikkai A, Jerde TA and Curtis CE (2011) Perception and action selection dissociate human ventral and dorsal cortex. J Cogn Neurosci 23:1494–1506.
  • Liu T and Hou Y (2011) Global feature-based attention to orientation. J Vis 11:8–8.
  • Liu T and Mance I (2011) Constant spread of feature-based attention across the visual field. Vision Res 51:26–33.
  • Liu T and Pleskac TJ (2011) Neural correlates of evidence accumulation in a perceptual decision task. J Neurophysiol 106:2383–2398.
  • Liu T, Hospadaruk L, Zhu DC and Gardner JL (2011) Feature-specific attentional priority signals in human cortex. J Neurosci 31:4484–4495.
  • Pestilli F, Carrasco M, Heeger DJ and Gardner JL (2011) Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. Neuron 72:832–846.
  • Radonjić A, Allred SR, Gilchrist AL and Brainard DH (2011) The Dynamic Range of Human Lightness Perception. Curr Biol 21:1931–1936.
  • White AL and Carrasco M (2011) Feature-based attention involuntarily and simultaneously improves visual performance across locations. J Vis 11:15–15.
  • Allred SR, Radonjic A, Gilchrist AL and Brainard DH (2012) Lightness perception in high dynamic range images: Local and remote luminance effects. J Vis 12:7–7.
  • Barbot A, Landy MS and Carrasco M (2012) Differential effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on second-order texture contrast sensitivity. J Vis.
  • Herrmann K, Heeger DJ and Carrasco M (2012) Feature-based attention enhances performance by increasing response gain. Vision Res 74:10–20.
  • Jerde TA, Merriam EP, Riggall AC, Hedges JH and Curtis CE (2012) Prioritized Maps of Space in Human Frontoparietal Cortex. J Neurosci 32:17382–17390.
  • Mance I, Becker MW and Liu T (2012) Parallel consolidation of simple features into visual short-term memory. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 38:429–438.
  • McMahon DBT and Leopold DA (2012) Stimulus Timing-Dependent Plasticity in High-Level Vision. Curr Biol 22:332–337.
  • Freeman J, Heeger DJ and Merriam EP (2013) Coarse-Scale Biases for Spirals and Orientation in Human Visual Cortex. J Neurosci 33:19695–19703.
  • Freeman J, Ziemba CM, Heeger DJ, Simoncelli EP and Movshon JA (2013) A functional and perceptual signature of the second visual area in primates. Nature Publishing Group 16:974–981.
  • Hammett ST, Smith AT, Wall MB and Larsson J (2013) Implicit representations of luminance and the temporal structure of moving stimuli in multiple regions of human visual cortex revealed by multivariate pattern classification analysis. J Neurophysiol 110:688–699.
  • Liu T and Hou Y (2013) A hierarchy of attentional priority signals in human frontoparietal cortex. J Neurosci 33:16606–16616.
  • Merriam EP, Gardner JL, Movshon JA and Heeger DJ (2013) Modulation of visual responses by gaze direction in human visual cortex. J Neurosci 33:9879–9889.
  • Park SH, Cha K and Lee S-H (2013) Coaxial anisotropy of cortical point spread in human visual areas. J Neurosci 33:1143–56a.
  • Xing Y, Ledgeway T, McGraw PV and Schluppeck D (2013) Decoding working memory of stimulus contrast in early visual cortex. J Neurosci 33:10301–10311.
  • Choe KW, Blake R and Lee SH (2014) Dissociation between Neural Signatures of Stimulus and Choice in Population Activity of Human V1 during Perceptual Decision-Making. J Neurosci 34:2725–2743.
  • Hara Y, Pestilli F and Gardner JL (2014) Differing effects of attention in single-units and populations are well predicted by heterogeneous tuning and the normalization model of attention. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 8:12.
  • Jogan M and Stocker AA (2014) A new two-alternative forced choice method for the unbiased characterization of perceptual bias and discriminability. J Vis 14.
  • Lee TY and Brainard DH (2014) The effect of photometric and geometric context on photometric and geometric lightness effects. J Vis 14.
  • Vintch B and Gardner JL (2014) Cortical correlates of human motion perception biases. J Neurosci 34:2592–2604.
  • White, A. L., Lunau, R., & Carrasco, M. (2014). The attentional effects of single cues and color singletons on visual sensitivity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40, 639-652.