Pamela G. Thompson, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2014 Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Genetics and genomics of tree populations; molecular ecology of plants; conservation biology
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Victoria Sork grad student 2014 UCLA
 (Bat pollination, genetic structure and gene flow in Crescentia alata trees in Western Mexico.)
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Grasty MR, Thompson PG, Hendrickson EC, et al. (2020) Fine-scale habitat heterogeneity and vole runways influence seed dispersal in Plagiobothrys nothofulvus. American Journal of Botany
Mikellidou K, Gouws AD, Clawson H, et al. (2016) An Orientation Dependent Size Illusion Is Underpinned by Processing in the Extrastriate Visual Area, LO1. I-Perception. 7: 2041669516667628
Cruzan MB, Weinstein BG, Grasty MR, et al. (2016) Small unmanned aerial vehicles (micro-UAVs, drones) in plant ecology. Applications in Plant Sciences. 4
Riordan EC, Gugger PF, Ortego J, et al. (2016) Association of genetic and phenotypic variability with geography and climate in three southern California oaks. American Journal of Botany
Mikellidou K, Cicchini GM, Thompson PG, et al. (2015) The oblique effect is both allocentric and egocentric. Journal of Vision. 15: 24
Thompson PG. (2015) Economic interdependence and security on the Korean Peninsula: The impact of North Korean special economic zones Asian Security. 11: 52-71
Psalta L, Young AW, Thompson P, et al. (2014) Orientation-sensitivity to facial features explains the Thatcher illusion. Journal of Vision. 14
Wade NJ, Thompson P, Morgan M. (2014) The after-effect of Adolf Wohlgemuth's seen motion. Perception. 43: 229-34
Mikellidou K, Thompson P. (2014) Crossing the line: estimations of line length in the Oppel-Kundt illusion. Journal of Vision. 14: 20
Psalta L, Young AW, Thompson P, et al. (2014) The Thatcher illusion reveals orientation dependence in brain regions involved in processing facial expressions. Psychological Science. 25: 128-36
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