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  1. Lecture 1: Neglect, Extinction, Anosagnosia and Unrealistic Optimism 16 items
    1. The Illusion of Consciousness - Daniel Dennett 2007

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    2. Clinical Neuropsychology: Behavioral and Brain Science - John L. Bradshaw, Jason B. Mattingley 1995

      Chapter Recommended I suggest you start by refreshing your understanding of the models of neglect, especially the attentional and premotor models as described in Chapter 6.

    3. Original Articles 13 items
      1. Consciousness Explained - Daniel C. Dennett 1991

        Book Recommended

      2. Filling In: Why Dennett Is Wrong - P.S. Churchland, V.S. Ramachandran 1996

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Filling In: Why Dennett Is Wrong - P. S. Churchland, V. S. Ramachandran 1996

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Vestibular Stimulation Attenuates Unrealistic Optimism - Ryan McKay, Corinne Tamagni, Antonella Palla, Peter Krummenacher 2013

        Article Recommended

      5. Neural Correlates of Hemianopic Completion Across the Vertical Meridian - R.S. Weil, G.T. Plant, M. James-Galton, G. Rees 2009

        Article Recommended

      6. Neglect and Visual Recognition - Andrew W. Young, Deborah J. Hellawell, John Welch 1992

        Article Recommended

  2. Lecture 2: Eye Gaze and Social Attention 11 items
    1. Reviews 3 items
      1. Do the Eyes Have It? Cues to the Direction of Social Attention - Stephen R.H. Langton, Roger J. Watt, Vicki Bruce 2000

        Article Recommended

      2. Neural Mechanisms of Social Attention - Lauri Nummenmaa, Andrew J. Calder 2009

        Article Recommended

    2. Articles Cited in Lecture 8 items
      1. Separate Coding of Different Gaze Directions in the Superior Temporal Sulcus and Inferior Parietal Lobule - Andrew J. Calder, John D. Beaver, Joel S. Winston, Ray J. Dolan 2007

        Article Recommended

      2. Gaze Perception Triggers Reflexive Visuospatial Orienting - Jon Driver, Greg Davis, Paola Ricciardelli, Polly Kidd 1999

        Article Recommended

      3. Active Vision: The Psychology of Looking and Seeing - John M Findlay, Iain D. Gilchrist 2003

        Book Recommended

  3. Lecture 3: Practical Workshop on Eye Tracking 0 items
  4. Lecture 4: Scene Perception and Gist Analysis 16 items
    1. Active Vision: The Psychology of Looking and Seeing - John M Findlay, Iain D. Gilchrist 2003

      Book Recommended

    2. Journal Articles 15 items
      1. Perceiving Real-World Scenes - Irving Biederman 1972

        Article Recommended

      2. What Do We Perceive in a Glance of a Real-World Scene?[open access] - Asha Fei-Fei, Christof Iyer, Perona Pietro 2007

        Article Recommended

      3. The Effects of Semantic Consistency on Eye Movements During Complex Scene Viewing - John M. Henderson, Phillip A. Weeks, Andrew Hollingworth 1999

        Journal Recommended

      4. High-Level Scene Perception - John M. Henderson, Andrew Hollingworth 1999

        Article Recommended

      5. Computational Modelling of Visual Attention - Laurent Itti, Christof Koch 2001

        Article Recommended

      6. Cognitive Determinants of Fixation Location During Picture Viewing - Geoffrey R. Loftus, Norman H. Mackworth 1978

        Article Recommended

      7. Modeling the Role of Salience in the Allocation of Overt Visual Attention - Derrick Parkhurst, Klinton Law, Ernst Niebur 2002

        Article Recommended

      8. How Long to Get to the “Gist” of Real-World Natural Scenes? - Guillaume Rousselet, Olivier Joubert, Michèle Fabre-Thorpe 2005

        Article Recommended

      9. Visual Correlates of Fixation Selection: Effects of Scale and Time - Benjamin W. Tatler, Roland J. Baddeley, Iain D. Gilchrist 2005

        Article Recommended

      10. Yarbus, Eye Movements, and Vision - Benjamin W Tatler, Nicholas J Wade 2010

        Article Recommended

      11. Speed of Processing in the Human Visual System - Simon Thorpe, Denis Fize, Catherine Marlot 1996

        Article Recommended

      12. Eye Movement Strategies Involved in Face Perception - G. J. Walker-Smith, A. G. Gale, J. M. Findlay 1977

        Article Recommended

  5. Lecture 5: Human Face Recognition 25 items
    1. Further Reading: 9 items
      1. Understanding Face Recognition - V. Bruce, A. Young 1986

        Article Recommended

      2. The Oxford Handbook of Face Perception - Andrew J. Calder 2011

        Book Recommended

      3. The Distributed Human Neural System for Face Perception - James V. Haxby, Elizabeth A. Hoffman, M.Ida Gobbini 2000

        Article Recommended

      4. Mechanisms of Face Perception - Doris Y. Tsao, Margaret S. Livingstone 2008

        Article Recommended

      5. Face-Space: A Unifying Concept in Face Recognition Research - Tim Valentine, Michael B. Lewis, Peter J. Hills 2016

        Article Recommended

    2. Other References: 16 items
      1. Recognition Memory for Typical and Unusual Faces - Leah L. Light, Fortunee Kayra-Stuart, Steven Hollander 1979

        Article Further

      2. Prosopagnosia: A Face-Specific Disorder - Jane E. McNeil, Elizabeth K. Warrington 1993

        Article Further

      3. Configurational Information in Face Perception - A. W. Young, D. Hellawell, D. C. Hay 1987

        Article Further

  6. Lecture 6: Priming and Masked Priming 20 items
    1. Attentional Processes Link Perception and Action - Stephen J. Anderson, Noriko Yamagishi, Vivian Karavia 2002

      Article Recommended

    2. Alien Hand Syndrome - I. Biran, A. Chatterjee 2004

      Article Recommended

    3. Right-Sided Anarchic (Alien) Hand: A Longitudinal Study - Sergio Della Sala, Clelia Marchetti, Hans Spinnler 1991

      Article Recommended

    4. Response Facilitation and Inhibition in Subliminal Priming - Martin Eimer, Friederike Schlaghecken 2003

      Article Recommended

    5. Inhibition of Masked Primes as Revealed by Saccade Curvature - Frouke Hermens, Petroc Sumner, Robin Walker 2010

      Article Recommended

    6. Beyond Vicary’s Fantasies: The Impact of Subliminal Priming and Brand Choice - Johan C. Karremans, Wolfgang Stroebe, Jasper Claus 2006

      Article Recommended

    7. Alien Hand Syndrome - V. W. Mark 2007

      Document Recommended

    8. Attentional Shift by Gaze Is Triggered Without Awareness - Wataru Sato, Takashi Okada, Motomi Toichi 2007

      Article Recommended

    9. Either or Neither, but Not Both: Locating the Effects of Masked Primes - F. Schlaghecken, S. T Klapp, E. A Maylor 2009

      Article Recommended

  7. Lecture 7: The Neural Correlates of Consciousness 12 items
    1. Cengage Learning - E. Bruce Goldstein 2015

      Chapter Recommended

    2. Cengage Learning - E. Bruce Goldstein 2015

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Perception as Gateway to the World - Johannes M. Zanker 2010

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Consciousness and Neuroscience - F. Crick, C. Koch 1998

      Article Recommended

    5. fMRI and Its Interpretations: An Illustration on Directional Selectivity in Area V5/MT - Andreas Bartels, Nikos K. Logothetis, Konstantinos Moutoussis 2008

      Article Recommended

    6. Multistable Phenomena: Changing Views in Perception - David A. Leopold, Nikos K. Logothetis 1999

      Article Recommended

  8. Lecture 8: Time Perception 4 items
    1. Suggested reading 4 items
      1. Spatially Localized Distortions of Event Time - Alan Johnston, Derek H. Arnold, Shinya Nishida 2006

        Article Recommended

      2. Attention and the Subjective Expansion of Time - Peter Ulric Tse, James Intriligator, Josée Rivest, Patrick Cavanagh 2004

        Article Recommended

  9. Lecture 9: Mental Imagery 26 items
    1. Suggested Reading 3 items
      1. Neural Foundations of Imagery - Stephen M. Kosslyn, Giorgio Ganis, William L. Thompson 2001

        Article Recommended

    2. Full Reference List 23 items
      1. Mapping the Visual Field in Mental Imagery - Ronald A. Finke, Howard S. Kurtzman 1981

        Journal Further

      2. Neural Foundations of Imagery - Stephen M. Kosslyn, Giorgio Ganis, William L. Thompson 2001

        Article Further

      3. Topographical Representations of Mental Images in Primary Visual Cortex - Stephen M. Kosslyn, William L. Thompson, Irene J. Klm, Nathaniel M. Alpert 1995

        Article Further

      4. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Mental Imagery - S.M. Kosslyn, M. Behrmann, M. Jeannerod 1995

        Article Further

      5. The Brain's Voices: Comparing Nonclinical Auditory Hallucinations and Imagery - D. E. J. Linden, K. Thornton, C. N. Kuswanto, S. J. Johnston 2011

        Article Further

      6. Neural Correlates of Imagined and Synaesthetic Colours - Anina N. Rich, Mark A. Williams, Aina Puce, Ari Syngeniotis 2006

        Article Further

      7. Mental Rotation of Three-Dimensional Objects - Roger N. Shepard, Jacqueline Metzler 1971

        Article Further

      8. The Retinotopy of Visual Spatial Attention - Roger B.H Tootell, Nouchine Hadjikhani, E.Kevin Hall, Sean Marrett 1998

        Article Further

      9. Deoxyglucose Analysis of Retinotopic Organization in Primate Striate Cortex - Martin S. Silverman, Eugene Switkes, Russell L. De Valois 1982

        Article Further

  10. Lecture 10: Change Blindness – Becoming Aware of Change 14 items
    1. Recommended Reading 14 items
      1. Change Detection - Ronald A. Rensink 2002

        Article Recommended

      2. Change Blindness: Past, Present, and Future - Daniel J. Simons, Ronald A. Rensink 2005

        Article Recommended

      3. Further Full Reference List 12 items
        1. Neural Correlates of Change Detection and Change Blindness - Diane M. Beck, Geraint Rees, Christopher D. Frith, Nilli Lavie 2001

          Article Further

        2. Directed Attention Eliminates ‘Change Deafness’ in Complex Auditory Scenes - Ranmalee Eramudugolla, Dexter R.F. Irvine, Ken I. McAnally, Russell L. Martin 2005

          Article Further

        3. Visual Stability Across Saccades While Viewing Complex Pictures - George W. McConkie, Christopher B. Currie 1996

          Journal Further

        4. High-Level Scene Perception - John M. Henderson, Andrew Hollingworth 1999

          Article Further

        5. Change Detection - Ronald A. Rensink 2002

          Article Further

        6. Change Blindness: Theory and Consequences - Daniel J. Simons, Michael S. Ambinder 2005

          Article Further

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