Thomas D. Wickens

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
Mathmatical Psychology, Learning, Memory
"Thomas Wickens"
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Wendy S. Francis grad student 1996 UCLA (Neurotree)


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Philip J. Kellman collaborator (Neurotree)
Lynn A. Olzak collaborator 1975- UCLA
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Kalar DJ, Garrigan P, Wickens TD, et al. (2010) A unified model of illusory and occluded contour interpolation. Vision Research. 50: 284-99
Olzak LA, Hibbeler PJ, Wickens TD. (2010) Processing cues to discrimination in center-surround stimuli Journal of Vision. 9: 1018-1018
Olzak L, Hibbeler P, Wickens T. (2010) Do illusory contours prevent spatial interactions? Journal of Vision. 10: 1369-1369
Olzak LA, Hibbeler PJ, Wickens TD. (2009) Perceptual segregation of center and surround does not yield independent processing Journal of Vision. 9: 48-48
Kalar DJ, Garrigan P, Kellman PJ, et al. (2004) A unified operator for contour interpolation Journal of Vision. 4: 791-791
Kellman PJ, Guttman SE, Wickens TD. (2001) 7 Geometric and neural models of object perception Advances in Psychology. 130: 183-245
Olzak LA, Wickens TD. (1999) Paradigm shifts: new techniques to answer new questions. Perception. 28: 1509-31
Olzak LA, Wickens TD. (1997) Discrimination of complex patterns: orientation information is integrated across spatial scale; spatial-frequency and contrast information are not. Perception. 26: 1101-20
Wickens TD, Olzak LA. (1997) Noise Effects in Perceptual Models Perception. 26: 44-44
Olzak LA, Wickens TD. (1997) Assessing Interactions through Concurrent-Judgment Experiments Perception. 26: 296-296
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