Chaz Firestone, Ph.D.

2017- Psychological and Brain Sciences Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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William H. Warren research assistant 2007-2010 Brown (Neurotree)
Brian J. Scholl grad student 2011-2017 Yale


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Zhenglong Zhou research assistant 2018-2019 (Neurotree)
Caroline F Myers grad student Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
Makaela Nartker grad student 2019- Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
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Morales J, Bax A, Firestone C. (2020) Sustained representation of perspectival shape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Zhou Z, Nartker M, Firestone C. (2020) When will AI misclassify? Human intuition for machine (mis)perception Journal of Vision. 20: 1325
Nartker M, Lepori M, Firestone C. (2020) Which “shoe” is best? Humans know what good training examples look like Journal of Vision. 20: 1318
Guan C, Firestone C. (2019) Seeing what's possible: Disconnected visual parts are confused for their potential wholes. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Zhou Z, Firestone C. (2019) Humans can decipher adversarial images. Nature Communications. 10: 1334
Zhou Z, Firestone C. (2019) Taking a machine’s perspective: Humans can decipher adversarial images Journal of Vision. 19: 59a
Hafri A, Landau B, Bonner MF, et al. (2019) When a phone in a basket looks like a knife in a cup: Perception and abstraction of visual-spatial relations between objects Journal of Vision. 19: 160a
Lowet AS, Firestone C, Scholl BJ. (2018) Seeing structure: Shape skeletons modulate perceived similarity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Yu Q, Firestone C, Flombaum J, et al. (2018) Visual interference does not contaminate working memory: Testing the "perceptual reuse" theory Journal of Vision. 18: 691
Firestone C, Scholl BJ. (2017) Seeing and Thinking in Studies of Embodied "Perception". Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 12: 341-343
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