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Sabrina Hansmann-Roth
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Optimizing perception: Attended and ignored stimuli create opposing perceptual biases
M Rafiei, S Hansmann-Roth, D Whitney, Á Kristjánsson, A Chetverikov
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83, 1230-1239, 2021
422021
Feature distribution learning (FDL): A new method for studying visual ensembles perception with priming of attention shifts
A Chetverikov, S Hansmann-Roth, ÖD Tanrıkulu, Á Kristjánsson
Spatial Learning and Attention Guidance, 37-57, 2019
362019
The dress and individual differences in the perception of surface properties
C Witzel, JK O'Regan, S Hansmann-Roth
Vision research 141, 76-94, 2017
342017
Representing color and orientation ensembles: Can observers learn multiple feature distributions?
S Hansmann-Roth, A Chetverikov, Á Kristjánsson
Journal of vision 19 (9), 2-2, 2019
322019
A Glossy Simultaneous Contrast: Conjoint Measurements of Gloss and Lightness
S Hansmann-Roth, P Mamassian
i-Perception 8 (1), 2041669516687770, 2017
312017
Dissociating implicit and explicit ensemble representations reveals the limits of visual perception and the richness of behavior
S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson, D Whitney, A Chetverikov
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
302021
You see what you look for: Targets and distractors in visual search can cause opposing serial dependencies
M Rafiei, A Chetverikov, S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson
Journal of vision 21 (10), 3-3, 2021
222021
Gaze movements and spatial working memory in collision avoidance: A traffic intersection task
G Hardiess, S Hansmann-Roth, HA Mallot
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 7, 62, 2013
182013
Limits of perception and richness of behaviour: Dissociating implicit and explicit ensemble representations
S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson, D Whitney, A Chetverikov
PsyArXiv, 2020
132020
Temporal integration of feature probability distributions
S Hansmann-Roth, S Ţorsteinsdóttir, JJ Geng, Á Kristjánsson
Psychological Research, 1-15, 2022
102022
What kind of empirical evidence is needed for probabilistic mental representations? An example from visual perception
ÖD Tanrıkulu, A Chetverikov, S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson
Cognition 217, 104903, 2021
102021
Contextual effects on real bicolored glossy surfaces
S Hansmann-Roth, SC Pont, P Mamassian
Journal of vision 17 (2), 17-17, 2017
82017
The influence of stimulus uncertainty on attractive and repulsive perceptual biases
S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson, A Chetverikov
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 142-142, 2020
52020
The influence of the tested item on serial dependence in perceptual decisions
M Rafiei, A Chetverikov, S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjansson
Perception 52 (4), 255-265, 2023
32023
Contextual effects in human gloss perception
S Hansmann-Roth, SC Pont, P Mamassian
Electronic Imaging 2018 (14), 1-7, 2018
32018
Extracting statistical information about shapes in the visual environment
S Hansmann-Roth, A Chetverikov, Á Kristjánsson
Vision Research 206, 108190, 2023
22023
One less is enough: Evidence for redundancy masking in the fovea
S Hansmann-Roth, W Harmening, B Sayim
PERCEPTION 50 (1_ SUPPL), 113-113, 2021
22021
Temporal integration of feature probability distributions in visual working memory
S Hansmann-Roth, S Thorsteinsdóttir, J Geng, Á Kristjánsson
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 1969-1969, 2021
22021
The role of attention and feature-space proximity in perceptual biases from serial dependence
M Rafiei, A Chetverikov, S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjansson
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2543-2543, 2021
12021
Publisher Correction: Dissociating implicit and explicit ensemble representations reveals the limits of visual perception and the richness of behaviour
S Hansmann-Roth, Á Kristjánsson, D Whitney, A Chetverikov
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 8840, 2021
12021
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