Conference Proceedings Abstracts

  1. Papathomas TV, Farkas A, Silverstein SM, Kourtev H, Papayanopoulos J, Li Y (2017), “Reliability of portable stereo device for testing hollow-face illusion in schizophrenia patients and controls,” European Conference on Visual Perception, ECVP 2017, Berlin, Germany.
  2. Papathomas T.V., Grace T., Farkas A., Kapadia A., Vlajnic V., Lovoulos S., Echazarreta K., Papayanopoulos J., Li Y. (2017) “Depth-Inversion ‘Easillusions’ and ‘Hardillusions’: Differences for Scenes and Faces,” Visual Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  3. Farkas A., Papayanopoulos J., Papathomas T.V. (2017) “Customizing mirror-prism haploscopes for viewers’ interpupillary distance using 3D-printed adjustments,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  4. Keane BP, Paterno D, Papathomas TV, Silverstein SM (2017), “Visual Acuity Differences within the Normal Range Strongly Alter Visual perception: A Cautionary Tale for Schizophrenia Research”, 16th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, San Diego, California.
  5. M. Roche, B.P. Keane, S. Kastner, T. V. Papathomas, S. Silverstein (2016), “Visual acuity differences within the normal range strongly alter visual perception: A cautionary tale for studies of special populations,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  6. Papathomas TV, Farkas A, (2016), “Painted features transform the shape of 3-D surfaces they are painted on – the case of faces,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Barcelona, Spain.
  7. Farkas A, Papathomas TV, Silverstein SM, Papayanopoulos J (2016), “Using the kinetic-depth effect to decouple convexity bias and face-specific knowledge in the hollow-face illusion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  8. Nguyen, J., Silverstein, S.M., Papathomas, T.V. & Torres, E.B. (2015). “Sensory-motor control underpinnings of a baseline-pointing task in patients with schizophrenia and in neurotypical controls,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
  9. 133. Karakatsani M, Papathomas TV, Keane BP, Wang Y, de Heer M, Silverstein SM (2015) “The Ames Window Illusion in Schizophrenia” Proceedings of the 2015 Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Annual Meeting, Tampa FL, October 2015.
  10. Papathomas TV, Grace T, Farkas A, Salter S (2015), “Processing of Depth-Inversion Illusions: The special case of faces”, European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK.
  11. Farkas A, Papathomas TV, Silverstein SM, Kourtev H, Papayanopoulos J (2015), “3-D computer graphics to obtain psychometric function for hollow-mask illusion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  12. Keane BP, Kastner S, Paterno D, Papathomas TV, Silverstein SM (2015) “Visual acuity differences within the normal range strongly alter visual perception: A cautionary tale for studies of special populations”, Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  13. Gupta T, Scott T, Silverstein SM, Papathomas TV, Mittal VA (2015) “Perceptual Impairments and Disrupted Neural Connectivity in Youth at Ultra High Risk for Psychosis: Evidence from a Hollow Mask Illusion Task” Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP).
  14. Nguyen, J., Silverstein, S.M., Papathomas, T.V. & Torres, E.B. (2014). “Characterization of Visuomotor Behavior in Patients with Schizophrenia under a Physical Depth Inversion Illusion,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
  15. Keane BP, Roche M, Silverstein SM, Wang Y, Papathomas TV (2014) “Depth inversion illusions in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder” Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP).
  16. Gupta T, Ives L, Silverstein SM, Papathomas TV, Keane BP, Mittal VA (2014) “Dysfunctional Top-Down Modulation of Incoming Sensory Information in Youth at Ultra High-Risk for Psychosis: Evidence from the Hollow Mask Illusion” Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP).
  17. Papathomas TV (2014). Object superiority over surfaces: A powerful illustration from the art of Patrick Hughes, Visual Science of Art Conference (VSAC), Belgrade, Serbia.
  18. Papathomas TV (2014). Classifying Spatial Visual Illusions – Illustrating with Works of Art, European Conference on Visual Perception, Belgrade, Serbia.
  19. Dobias, J.J., Sarwate, A., Papathomas TV (2014). Extending size constancy illusions from 2-D to 3-D stimuli, Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  20. Nguyen, J., Ravaliya, J., Majmudar, U., Papathomas, T.V., & Torres, E. (2014). Blind prediction of perceptual states using patterns of motor variability, Vision Sciences Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.
  21. Nguyen, J., Isenhower, R., Yanovich, P., Ravaliya, J., Papathomas, T.V., & Torres, E. (2013). Quantifying differences in reach behavior towards a 3D perspective visual illusion, Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, paper 650.05.
  22. Papathomas TV, Karakatsani M, Silverstein, SM, Baker, N (2013). Experiments and Computational Models for the Ames Window Illusion, European Conference on Visual Perception, Bremen, Germany, Perception 42 ECVP Abstract Supplement.
  23. Dobias, J. J., Baghel, G. Moritz, D., Theiler, M. & Papathomas, T. V. (2013). Estimating depth magnitude for flat, forced and reverse perspectives. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  24. Nguyen, J., Isenhower, R., Yanovich, P., Ravaliya, J., Papathomas, T.V., & Torres, E. (2013). Quantifying changes in the kinesthetic percept under a 3D perspective visual illusion. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  25. Papathomas, T. V. (2013) Painted objects influence perceived depth of 3-D surfaces they are painted on – Two examples from Patrick Hughes’s art pieces. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  26. Vlajnic, V., Papathomas, T. V., Silverstein, S., & Keane, B (2013). Performance consistency in depth-inversion illusions: faces and scenes. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  27. Wang, Y., Keane, B.P., Silverstein, S.M. , & Papathomas, T.V. (2013). Three-dimensional depth illusions in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  28. Nguyen, J., Isenhower, R., Dobias, J., Yanovich, P., Ravaliya, J., Torres, E. & Papathomas, T.V., (2012). “Intended and Spontaneous Approach-Avoidance Behavior under a 3D Perspective Visual Illusion,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
  29. Vlajnic V.M., Wang Y., Silverstein S.M., Keane B.P., Mikkilineni D., Zalokostas A., & Papathomas T.V. (2012). Visual processing of 3-D faces and scenes in Schizophrenia is reduced and dependent on severity of illness. Princeton Undergraduate Research Symposium, 3.
  30. T. V. Papathomas, J. J. Dobias, D. Moritz, G. Baghel (2012) Objects painted by Patrick Hughes defy the surfaces they are rendered on, creating multiple motion patterns on the same 3-D canvas, Visual Science of Art Conference, Alghero, Italy.
  31. T. V. Papathomas, J. J. Dobias, D. Moritz, G. Baghel (2012) Recovering 3-D shape: Roles of absolute and relative disparity, retinal size, and vergence as revealed by reverse-perspective stimuli, European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy, Perception 41 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 26.
  32. Keane, B.P., Kellman, P.J., Lu, H., & Papathomas, T.V., & Silverstein, S.M. (2012) Is interpolation cognitively encapsulated? Measuring the effects of belief on Kanizsa shape discrimination and illusory contour formation., Conference of Society for Philosophy and Psychology (June 21-24).
  33. J. Ash, J. Ravaliya, J. Hughes, B.P. Keane, A. Jain, Q. Zaidi, T.V. Papathomas (2012) “Familiarity dominates shape-from-motion signals in the concave-to-convex 3D illusion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  34. J. Nguyen, R. Isenhower, J. Dobias, P. Yanovich, J. Ravaliya, E. Torres, T.V. Papathomas (2012) “Intended and spontaneous motor behavior under a 3D perspective visual illusion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  35. Y. Wang, B.P. Keane, V. Vlajnic, S.M. Silverstein, D. Mikkilineni, A. Zalokostas, T.V. Papathomas (2012) “Reduced depth illusions in schizophrenia: The state of the illness matters but the kind of object may not,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  36. B. P. Keane, D. Mikkilineni, T.V. Papathomas, S.M. Silverstein (2012) “Impaired Shape Integration but Normal Illusory Contour Formation in Schizophrenia: Evidence for a high-level grouping deficit,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  37. T.V. Papathomas, B.P. Keane, H. Lu, S.M. Silverstein, P. Kellman, (2012) “Measuring the effects of belief on Kanizsa shape discrimination and illusory contour formation: A replication,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  38. B. P. Keane, D. Mikkilineni, T.V. Papathomas, S.M. Silverstein (2012) “Impaired Shape Integration but Normal Illusory Contour Formation in Schizophrenia: Evidence for a high-level grouping deficit,” Society of Biological Psychiatry Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  39. S.M. Silverstein, B. P. Keane, Y. Wang, V. Vlajnic, D. Mikkilineni, A. Zalokostas, T.V. Papathomas (2012) “Reduced Sensitivity to 3D Depth Illusions in Schizophrenia Occurs with Face and Non-Face Stimuli, and is State-Related,” Society of Biological Psychiatry Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  40. V. Vlajnic, A. Zalokostas, C. Crute, B.P. Keane, T.V. Papathomas, “Encoding the 3-D configuration of human faces: Features and 3-D Geometry,” University of California, Berkeley Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference, 15.
  41. 101. Wagner M, Berliner E, Lewkowicz L, Papathomas TV (2011) "Searching in depth: Unique eye movement patterns in conjunctive search of 2½D surfaces”. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience (2011) 10, DOI 10.1007/s12031-011-9682-4, Page 120, Fechner Day 2011, October 24-27, Herzliya, Israel.
  42. M. Wagner, L. Snir and T.V. Papathomas (2011) “Reaching into depth: Action and Perception with the Reverspective illusion,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Toulouse, France, Perception 40 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 171.
  43. T.V. Papathomas, B.P. Keane, S. Silverstein, V. Vlajnic, A. Zalokostas (2011) “What’s in a face? Priors for convexity and 3-D feature configuration,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Toulouse, France, Perception 40 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 72.
  44. Papathomas, T.V., Ash, J.T., Hughes, J., Keane, B.P., Zaidi, Q. (2011) “Face priors overcome shape-from-motion signals in the rotating hollow face illusion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  45. Papathomas, T.V., Marks, M, Silverstein, S.M., Keane, B.P., Sinha, P. & Pavlovic, V. (2010) “The role of pictorial cues in the hollow-face illusion - Binocular disparity versus motion parallax,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland, Perception 39 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 33.
  46. Chai, Y-C, Papathomas, T.V., Zhuang, X., (2010) “Dominance of sharp over blurred image features in interocular grouping during "patchwork" binocular rivalry” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  47. Papathomas T. V., Kourtzi Z., Welchman A. E. (2009) “Buildings drawn in perspective on large billboards appear to rotate – An explanation,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany, Perception 38 ECVP Abstract Supplement, pp. 10-11.
  48. Wagner, M. Ehrenstein, W. H., Papathomas T. V. & Spillmann, L (2009) “Visual search in 2D and 2½-D surfaces: differential eye movement patterns and effects of writing direction,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany, Perception 38 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 32.
  49. Chai, Y-C, Papathomas, T.V., Zhuang, X., Alais, D. (2009). “Binocular rivalry between a sharp image and a low-pass filtered version of itself: low-pass dominance increases with eccentricity,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  50. Zhuang, X., Papathomas, T.V., (2009). “Prior entry for featured-based attention: Are objects of the attended color perceived earlier?” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  51. Jain, A., Papathomas, T.V., (2009). “Modulation of Auditory and Visual Motion Aftereffects by Selective Attention to Opposite-Moving Spectral Components: Psychophysics and Computational Models”, Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  52. Papathomas, T.V., Sherman, A., Jain. A (2008) “Perceiving 3-D objects: perspective versus convexity/concavity; stereo versus motion parallax,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Utrecht, the Netherlands, Perception 37 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 88.
  53. Jain, A., Papathomas, T.V., Sally, S., (2008). “Endogenous selective attention to opposite-moving spectral components influences aftereffects in vision and audition”, Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  54. Zhuang, X., Papathomas, T.V., (2008). “Feature- and location-based attention in color/orientation conjunctive visual search”, Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  55. Papathomas, T.V., Sherman, A., Jain, A. (2008). “The role of perspective and angle polarity in perceiving 3D objects: Lessons from reverspectives”, Vision Sciences Society Conference, Naples, FL.
  56. Sherman, A., Papathomas, T.V., Jain, A. (2008). “Illusory Depth and Motion in Reverspectives: The role of two major factors”, National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), Salisbury University.
  57. Wagner, M., Ehrenstein, W. H., Papathomas, T.V. (2007). “Competition between pictorial and physical depth cues: Vergence eye movements under reverspective conditions”, European Conference on Visual Perception, Arezzo, Italy, Proceedings in Perception, vol. 36, pp 32-33.
  58. Papathomas, T. V., Jain, A., Sally, S., (2007). “Selective attention to multi-spectral visual and auditory stimuli biases motion aftereffects”, European Conference on Visual Perception, Arezzo, Italy, Proceedings in Perception, vol. 36, p. 132.
  59. Zhuang, X., Su, X., Vidnyánszky, Z. Papathomas, T. V. (2007). “Learning effects on dual-task costs,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Sarasota, FL.
  60. Sally, S., Vidnyánszky, Z., Papathomas, T. V. (2007). “Feature-based attention: Effects of eccentricity,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Sarasota, FL.
  61. Jain, A., Sally, S., Papathomas, T. V. (2007). “Cross-modal auditory and visual interactions and aftereffects – A comprehensive study,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, Sarasota, FL.
  62. Papathomas, T. V (2006) “Kinetic art: reverspectives, intaglios, and Termespheres--why do they 'move'?” European Conference on Visual Perception, St. Petersburg, Russia. Proceedings in Perception, vol. 35, p. 224-225.
  63. Sohn, W., Chong, S. C., Papathomas, V. Vidnyánszky, Z. (2006). “Cross-feature spread of global attentional modulation in human area MT+”. The fourth Asian Conference on Vision. Matsu, Japan.
  64. Papathomas, T. V., Su, X., Jain, A. & Uzochukwu, H. (2006) “The saliency of luminance and color (diagnostic and anti-diagnostic) in images,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  65. Tseng, C-H., Papathomas T.V. & Vidnyánszky, Z. (2006) “Learning-induced sensitization for motion directions is modulated by attention,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  66. Zhuang, X., Papathomas T.V. & Vidnyánszky, Z. (2006) “Position-invariant motion contrast effects are mediated by attention,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  67. Papathomas, T. V., Hong, J. (2005) “The role of luminance Auditory-to-visual interactions: Experiments and neural models,” BMES Conference, Baltimore.
  68. Papathomas, T. V., Su, X., Pappas, T. Hong, J. & Uzochukwu, H. (2005) “The role of luminance and color in categorizing images,” European Conference on Visual Perception, La Coruna, Spain.
  69. Tseng, C-H., Vidnyánszky, Z., Papathomas T.V. & Sperling, G. (2005) “Attention-based long-lasting sensitization and suppression of colors,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  70. Hong, J. Papathomas, T. V., Vidnyánszky, Z. (2005) “Can attention to auditory signals affect processing of simultaneous visual stimuli?” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  71. Papathomas, T. V., Vidnyánszky, Z. & Zhuang, X. (2004) “From 2D to 3D and back: Perception of rotated 2D pictorial scenes depends on the 3D surfaces they depict,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  72. Vidnyánszky, Z, Melcher, D., Sohn, W. & Papathomas, T.V., (2004) “Selection and binding of visual features outside of the focus of attention,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  73. Hong, J., Papathomas, T.V., Kashi, R., Sohn, W. & Vidnyánszky, Z., (2004) “Auditory stimuli with ascending-/descending-amplitude can bias ambiguous approaching/retreating visual stimuli,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  74. Sohn, W., Papathomas, T.V. & Vidnyánszky, Z, (2004) “Integration dynamics of non-opposite spatiotemporally co-occurring local directional signals,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  75. Sohn, W., Vidnyanszky, Z., & Papathomas, T. V. (August 2003). The units of attentional selection in motion perception. Korean Psychological Association. Seoul, Korea.
  76. Papathomas, T.V., Hong, J., Kashi, R. Sohn, W. & Dennis, J. (2003). “Can attention to one of two competing visual stimuli bias auditory aftereffects?” European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris, France.
  77. Vidnyanszky, Z., Sohn, W., Kovács, G & Papathomas, T.V. (2003). “Global feature-based attentional effects provide evidence for visual binding outside the locus of attention,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris, France.
  78. Blaser, E., Papathomas, T.V. & Vidnyanszky, Z. (2003). “Polarity-contingent motion aftereffects at the stage of local motion processing,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  79. Sohn, W., Papathomas, T.V., Blaser, E. & Vidnyanszky, Z., (2003). “Object-based cross-attribute attentional effects in bivectorial motion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference.
  80. Papathomas, T.V. “The half-moon illusion, sunray parallelism, and perspective,” European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow, Scotland, 2002.
  81. Blaser, E., Vidnyanszky, Z., and Papathomas, T.V. (2002) “Relative motion, not polarity, breaks ‘surface tension’,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, p. 37.
  82. Sohn, W., Blaser, E., Vidnyanszky, Z., and Papathomas, T.V. “Surface-based mechanisms of attentional facilitation and inhibition in motion perception,” Vision Sciences Society Conference , p. 33, 2002.
  83. Papathomas, T.V and Bono, L. “Top-down influences in perceiving face and non-face stimuli,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, 2002.
  84. Papathomas, T.V., “Cognitive factors in false depth and motion percepts during egomotion,” 24th European Conference on Visual Perception, Kusadasi, Turkey, 2001.
  85. Blaser, E, Papathomas, T.V. and Vidnyanszky, Z. “Attention to moving surfaces,” 24th European Conference on Visual Perception, Kusadasi, Turkey, 2001.
  86. Papathomas, T.V., “Do pictorial cues enhance illusory depth and motion in reverspectives?” Vision Sciences Society Conference, 2001.
  87. Vidnyanszky, Z., Blaser, E. and Papathomas, T.V., “An explanation for unidirectional motion aftereffects following adaptation to bivectorial transparent motion,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, 2001.
  88. Sohn, W., Vidnyanszky, Z., Blaser, E., and Papathomas, T.V. “Attention to one component of bivectorial transparent motion strongly inhibits the processing of the unattended component,” Vision Sciences Society Conference, p. 28, 2001.
  89. Tjan, B. S. & Papathomas, T.V., “Global spatial layout affects local disparity judgment,” Perception 29 (suppl) p. 88, 23rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Groningen, Netherlands, 2000.
  90. Morikawa, K. & Papathomas, T.V., “Influences of motion and depth on lightness induction - an illusory transparency effect,” Perception 29 (suppl) p. 9, 23rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Groningen, Netherlands, 2000.
  91. Papathomas, T.V., “False depth and motion in Hughes’s reverspectives: the role of pictorial cues,” Perception 29 (suppl) p. 112, 23rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Groningen, Netherlands, 2000.
  92. Vidnyanszky, Z., Papathomas, T.V. & Julesz, B., “Effect of attention and processing time on lateral inhibition,” Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 41(4), 2000.
  93. Papathomas, T.V. & Tjan, B., “Three-dimensional representation of disparity-defined modal and amodal illusory contours,” Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 41(4), 2000.
  94. Kaur, M., Papathomas, T.V. & DeCarlo, D., "Schema- and data-driven influences in the hollow-face illusion: experiments and model," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 41(4), 2000.
  95. Papathomas, T.V. & DeCarlo, D., "Top-down and bottom-up processes in 3D face perception: Psychophysics and computational model," 22nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Trieste, Italy, 1999.
  96. Papathomas, T.V., “Analogies between frequency in audition and spatial position in vision,” Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 40(4), p. S47, 1999.
  97. Papathomas, T.V., “Monotonic percepts from periodic stimuli -yet another analogy between vision and audition,” 21st European Conference on Visual Perception, Oxford, England, 1998.
  98. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., “Luminance, color and orientation: local vs. global contrasts in texture discrimination,” Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 39(4), p. S649, 1998.
  99. Papathomas, T.V., Conway, T.E, Cox, I.J., Miller,  M.L., Minka, T.P. & Yianilos, P.N. “Psychophysical evaluation for the performance of content-based image retrieval systems,”  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science,  vol. 39(4), p. S1096, 1998.
  100. Papathomas, T.V., Kovács, I., & Fehér, A., "Interocular grouping of visual attributes during binocular rivalry," 20th European Conference on Visual Perception, Helsinki, Finland, 1997.
  101. Papathomas, T.V., Szatmary, J., Fehér, A., & Kovács, I., "Interaction of attributes in interocular grouping during binocular rivalry," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 38(4), p. S642, 1997.
  102. Kovács, I., Papathomas, T.V., & Fehér, A., & "When the brain changes its mind: Interocular grouping during binocular rivalry," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 38(4), p. S487, 1997.
  103. Fehér, A., Kovács, I. & Papathomas, T.V., "Contour continuity can drive interocular grouping during binocular rivalry," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 38(4), p. S642, 1997.
  104. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. & Chubb, C. "An efficient method for assessing the sensitivities of first- and second-order motion mechanisms: Theory, experiments, applications," Annual Meeting of the McDonnell-Pew Program in Cognitive Neuroscience, 1996.
  105. Kovács, I., Papathomas, T.V., & Fehér, A. "Interocular grouping in binocular rivalry: Color, shape, and natural images," Annual Meeting of the McDonnell-Pew Program in Cognitive Neuroscience, 1996.
  106. Kovács, I., Papathomas, T.V., & Fehér, A. "When the brain changes its mind: Interocular grouping during binocular rivalry," Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, 1996.
  107. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A., & Fehér, A. "Attending to attributes in double-conjunction texture segregation: the role of color, luminance, and orientation," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, p. S528, 1996.
  108. Yang, M., Papathomas, T.V., Kovács, I., & Julesz, B. "No fusion in reverse-color polarity stereograms: Symmetries in luminance and color contributions," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, p. S284, 1996.
  109. Papathomas, T.V., Fehér, A. Julesz, B., & Zeevi, Y.Y. "Interactions of monocular and cyclopean forms and the role of depth in the Ebbinghaus illusion." 18th European Conference on Visual Perception, Tubingen, Germany, August 1995; Perception, vol. 24 suppl, p. 31, 1995.
  110. Ramanujan, K.S. & Papathomas, T.V. Grouping in sparse reverse-contrast static flow (Glass) patterns," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, p. S477, 1995.
  111. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. & Chubb, C. "Separate 1st-order and 2nd-order  motion systems  or  a  single  motion system?" Invest. Ophthalmology and Visual Science, p. S51, 1995.
  112. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A., & Chubb, C. "One or multiple motion systems?" 17th European Conference on Visual Perception, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, Sept. 1994; also in Perception, vol. 23 suppl, p. 61, 1994.
  113. Papathomas, T.V., Ramanujan, K.S. and Gorea, A. "Reverse grouping in texture: Fourier and non-Fourier mechanisms," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 35, p. 1667, 1994.
  114. Ramanujan, K.S., Papathomas, T.V. and Gorea, A. "Double opponency model for texture segregation," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 35, p. 1667, 1994.
  115. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "'Slow' and 'fast' motion systems respectively infringe and respect the 'similarity principle' tested with color- and luminance-defined stimuli," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 34, p. 1054, 1993.
  116. Ramanujan, K.S., Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. & Julesz, B., "Similarities between motion perception and texture grouping," Invest. Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 34, p. 1237, 1993.
  117. Papathomas, T.V., Kovács, I. and Huang, J. "Similarity vs. covariance in motion, depth and static flow (Glass) patterns," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 34, p. 786, 1993.
  118. Gorea, A., Kovács, I. and Papathomas, T.V., "Against a 'covariance metric' for motion perception: Chromatic and luminance information do not combine," Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, 1992.
  119. Papathomas, T.V. & Gorea, A., "Texture segregation with 'double conjunctions' of attributes: A quantitative approach," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 33, p. 959, 1992.
  120. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Double-opponency in multi-attribute texture discrimination," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 33, p. 1356, 1992.
  121. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "A model for texture segregation with color, luminance and shape," Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, vol. 12, p. 87, 1992.
  122. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Generalized contrast operator for texture segregation," Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, Nov. 1991; also in OSA Technical Digest, Vol. 17, p. 135, 1991.
  123. Kovács, I., Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "Interaction of color and luminance in stereo perception," Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, Nov. 1991; also in OSA Technical Digest, Vol. 17, p. 202, 1991.
  124. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "A computational model for texture segregation," presented at the 14th European Conference on Visual Perception, Vilnius, Lithuania, 1991.
  125. Ramanujan, K.S., Nowakowski, R.S. and Papathomas, T.V., "From biological objects to biological structure: A method for generating an average shape," 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1991, p. 173.
  126. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. and Julesz, B., "Link between textural grouping and visual search for the conjunction of color and orientation," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 32, p. 1039, 1991.
  127. Gorea, A., Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "Stimuli for studying multi-attribute texture formation," presented at the 13th European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris, Sept. 1990; also in Perception, Vol. 19, No. 4, p. 336.
  128. Papathomas, T.V. and Oliveri, R., "Einstein's face/latent square," Computer Graphics, vol. 24, 1990, p. 22.
  129. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. & Julesz, B., "Juxtaposition of orientation, luminance and polarity in perceptual grouping," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 31, p. 105, 1990.
  130. Gorea, A., Lorenceau, J., Bagot, J.D. and Papathomas, T.V., "Color-based motion perception may be stronger under equiluminant than under non-equiluminant conditions," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol. 31, p. 518, 1990.
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