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  • Journal

    Aitchison, L. and Lengyel, M.

    With or without you: predictive coding and Bayesian inference in the brain

    2017 - Current Opinion in Neurobiology

    In-text: (Aitchison and Lengyel, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Aitchison, L. and Lengyel, M., 2017. With or without you: predictive coding and Bayesian inference in the brain. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 46, pp.219-227.

  • Journal

    Aitchison, L. and Lengyel, M.

    With or without you: predictive coding and Bayesian inference in the brain

    2017 - Current Opinion in Neurobiology

    In-text: (Aitchison and Lengyel, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Aitchison, L. and Lengyel, M., 2017. With or without you: predictive coding and Bayesian inference in the brain. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 46, pp.219-227.

  • Journal

    Bannert, M. and Bartels, A.

    Decoding the Yellow of a Gray Banana

    2013 - Current Biology

    In-text: (Bannert and Bartels, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Bannert, M. and Bartels, A., 2013. Decoding the Yellow of a Gray Banana. Current Biology, 23(22), pp.2268-2272.

  • Journal

    Bar, M.

    Visual objects in context

    2004 - Nature Reviews Neuroscience

    In-text: (Bar, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Bar, M., 2004. Visual objects in context. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(8), pp.617-629.

  • Journal

    Bhalla, M. and Proffitt, D. R.

    Visual–motor recalibration in geographical slant perception.

    1999 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance

    In-text: (Bhalla and Proffitt, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Bhalla, M. and Proffitt, D., 1999. Visual–motor recalibration in geographical slant perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25(4), pp.1076-1096.

  • Journal

    Cavanagh, P.

    Visual cognition

    2011 - Vision Research

    In-text: (Cavanagh, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Cavanagh, P., 2011. Visual cognition. Vision Research, 51(13), pp.1538-1551.

  • Journal

    Delk, J. L. and Fillenbaum, S.

    Differences in Perceived Color as a Function of Characteristic Color

    1965 - The American Journal of Psychology

    In-text: (Delk and Fillenbaum, 1965)

    Your Bibliography: Delk, J. and Fillenbaum, S., 1965. Differences in Perceived Color as a Function of Characteristic Color. The American Journal of Psychology, 78(2), p.290.

  • Journal

    Firestone, C. and Scholl, B. J.

    Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for “top-down” effects

    2015 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences

    In-text: (Firestone and Scholl, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Firestone, C. and Scholl, B., 2015. Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for “top-down” effects. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39.

  • Book

    Fodor, J. A.

    The Modularity of Mind

    1983 - MIT Press - United States

    In-text: (Fodor, 1983)

    Your Bibliography: Fodor, J., 1983. The Modularity of Mind. United States: MIT Press.

  • Journal

    Hansen, T., Olkkonen, M., Walter, S. and Gegenfurtner, K. R.

    Memory modulates color appearance

    2006 - Nature Neuroscience

    In-text: (Hansen, Olkkonen, Walter and Gegenfurtner, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Hansen, T., Olkkonen, M., Walter, S. and Gegenfurtner, K., 2006. Memory modulates color appearance. Nature Neuroscience, 9(11), pp.1367-1368.

  • Journal

    Kok, P., Jehee, J. and de Lange, F.

    Less Is More: Expectation Sharpens Representations in the Primary Visual Cortex

    2012 - Neuron

    In-text: (Kok, Jehee and de Lange, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Kok, P., Jehee, J. and de Lange, F., 2012. Less Is More: Expectation Sharpens Representations in the Primary Visual Cortex. Neuron, 75(2), pp.265-270.

  • Journal

    Levin, D. T. and Banaji, M. R.

    Distortions in the perceived lightness of faces: The role of race categories.

    2006 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

    In-text: (Levin and Banaji, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Levin, D. and Banaji, M., 2006. Distortions in the perceived lightness of faces: The role of race categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 135(4), pp.501-512.

  • Journal

    Marchi, F.

    Attention and cognitive penetrability: The epistemic consequences of attention as a form of metacognitive regulation

    2017 - Consciousness and Cognition

    In-text: (Marchi, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Marchi, F., 2017. Attention and cognitive penetrability: The epistemic consequences of attention as a form of metacognitive regulation. Consciousness and Cognition, 47, pp.48-62.

  • Journal

    Panichello, M. F., Cheung, O. S. and Bar, M.

    Predictive Feedback and Conscious Visual Experience

    2013 - Frontiers in Psychology

    In-text: (Panichello, Cheung and Bar, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Panichello, M., Cheung, O. and Bar, M., 2013. Predictive Feedback and Conscious Visual Experience. Frontiers in Psychology, 3.

  • Journal

    Phillips, B.

    The Shifting Border Between Perception and Cognition

    2017 - Noûs

    In-text: (Phillips, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Phillips, B., 2017. The Shifting Border Between Perception and Cognition. Noûs, 53(2), pp.316-346.

  • Journal

    Powers, A. R., Kelley, M. and Corlett, P. R.

    Hallucinations as Top-Down Effects on Perception

    2016 - Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

    In-text: (Powers, Kelley and Corlett, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Powers, A., Kelley, M. and Corlett, P., 2016. Hallucinations as Top-Down Effects on Perception. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, 1(5), pp.393-400.

  • Journal

    Pylyshyn, Z.

    Is vision continuous with cognition?: The case for cognitive impenetrability of visual perception

    1999 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences

    In-text: (Pylyshyn, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Pylyshyn, Z., 1999. Is vision continuous with cognition?: The case for cognitive impenetrability of visual perception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22(3), pp.341-365.

  • Journal

    Teufel, C., Subramaniam, N., Dobler, V., Perez, J., Finnemann, J., Mehta, P. R., Goodyer, I. M. and Fletcher, P. C.

    Shift toward prior knowledge confers a perceptual advantage in early psychosis and psychosis-prone healthy individuals

    2015 - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    In-text: (Teufel et al., 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Teufel, C., Subramaniam, N., Dobler, V., Perez, J., Finnemann, J., Mehta, P., Goodyer, I. and Fletcher, P., 2015. Shift toward prior knowledge confers a perceptual advantage in early psychosis and psychosis-prone healthy individuals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(43), pp.13401-13406.

  • Journal

    Vetter, P. and Newen, A.

    Varieties of cognitive penetration in visual perception

    2014 - Consciousness and Cognition

    In-text: (Vetter and Newen, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Vetter, P. and Newen, A., 2014. Varieties of cognitive penetration in visual perception. Consciousness and Cognition, 27, pp.62-75.

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