Refereed Journal Papers

63. Nguyen, J., Papathomas, T. V., Ravaliya, J. H., Torres, E. B. Methods to Explore the Influence of Top-down Visual Processes on Motor Behavior. J. Vis. Exp. (), e51422, doi:10.3791/51422 (2014).

62. Dobias JJ & Papathomas TV (2013) "Recovering 3-D shape: Roles of absolute and relative disparity, retinal size, and viewing distance as studied with reverse-perspective stimuli," Perception, 42(4):430-446.

61. Silverstein SM, Keane BP, Wang Y, Mikkilineni D, Paterno D, Papathomas TV, Keith Feigenson K (2013) "Effects of Short-Term Inpatient Treatment on Sensitivity to a Size Contrast Illusion in First-Episode Psychosis and Multiple-Episode Schizophrenia", Frontiers in Psychopathology, 4:466, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00466. eCollection 2013.

60. Keane B. P., Silverstein, S. M., Wang, Y., Papathomas T. V., (2013) "Reduced depth inversion illusions in schizophrenia are state-specific and occur for multiple object types and viewing conditions," Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122(2), 506-512.

59. Keane BP, Lu H, Papathomas TV, Silverstein SM, Kellman PJ (2013) Reinterpreting Behavioral Receptive Fields: Lightness Induction Alters Visually Completed Shape. PLoS ONE 8(6): e62505. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062505

58. Keane B. P., Kellman P. J., Lu H., & Papathomas T. V., & Silverstein, S. M. "Is interpolation cognitively encapsulated? Measuring the effects of belief on Kanizsa shape discrimination and illusory contour formation," Cognition 2012, 123, 404-418.

57. Papathomas T V, de Heer M, Zhuang X, Grace T, Bunkin R, 2012, "'Exorcist illusion': Twisting necks in the hollow-face and hollow-torso illusions" i-Perception 3(10) 778-782.

56. Papathomas. T. V., Baker, N., Yeshua, A. S., Zhuang, X., Ng, A. (2012). The ingenious Mr. Hughes: Combining forced, flat and reverse perspective all in one art piece to pit objects against surfaces. i-Perception 3(3), 182-185.

55. Kim, S-H & Papathomas TV, (2011) "Non-rigid illusory motion in depth induced by translational motion of static images," iPerception, 2, 154 - 158.

54. Zhuang, X. & Papathomas T.V. "Cue-relevance effects in conjunctive visual search: Cueing for location, color and orientation," Journal of Vision, June 8, 2011 11(7): 6; doi:10.1167/11.7.6.

53. Sherman A., Papathomas T.V., Jain A. & Keane B. P. "The roles of perspective, angle polarity, stereo and motion parallax in perceiving 3D objects," Seeing and Perceiving, 2011, 25, 263-285.

52. Papathomas, T.V., Kourtzi, Z., Welchman, A. E. (2010). Perspective-based illusory movement in a flat billboard-an explanation. Perception, 39(8), 1086 - 1093.

51. Tseng C-H, Vidnyanszky Z, Papathomas TV, Sperling G, "Attention-based long-lasting sensitization and suppression of colors," Vision Research, 2010, 50(4):416-423; e-publication September 29, 2009.

50. Sally, S., Vidnyánszky, Z., Papathomas, T. V. “Feature-based attentional modulation increases with stimulus separation in divided-attention tasks.” Spatial Vision, 2009; 22(6), 529-253.

49. Wagner, M., Ehrenstein, W. H., Papathomas, T.V. (2008). “Vergence in reverspective: Percept-driven versus data-driven eye movement control”, Neuroscience Letters, 449, 142-146.

48. Jain, A., Sally, S., Papathomas, T.V. (2008). Audiovisual short-term influences and aftereffects in motion: Examination across three sets of directional pairings, Journal of Vision, 8(15), 1-13; http://www.journalofvision.org/8/15/7/

47. Papathomas TV. “Art pieces that ‘move’ in our minds – An explanation of illusory motion based on depth reversal,” Spatial Vision, 21, 79-95, 2007.

46. Hong, J, Papathomas TV. ”Influences of attention on auditory aftereffects following purely visual adaptation ,” Spatial Vision, in press, 2006.

45. Sohn W, Chong SC, Papathomas TV, Vidnyanszky Z. “Cross-feature spread of global attentional modulation in human area MT+”, Neuroreport, 16, 1389-1393, 2005.

44. Melcher D, Papathomas TV, Vidnyanszky Z. "Implicit attentional selection of bound visual features," Neuron, 46, 723-729, 2005, featured on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition", June 4, 2005.

43. Blaser E, Papathomas TV, Vidnyanszky Z. "Binding of visual motion and color is local and automatic," European Journal of Neuroscience,21, 2140-2144, 2005.

42. Papathomas TV, Bono L. "Experiments with a hollow mask and a reverspective: Top-down influences in the inversion effect for 3-D stimuli," Perception, 33, 1129-1138, 2004.

41. Sohn W, Papathomas TV, Blaser E, Vidnyanszky Z. "Object-based cross-attribute attentional modulation from color to motion," Vision Research, 44(12) 1437-1443, 2004.

40. Morikawa, C. and Papathomas, T.V. “Influences of motion and depth on lightness induction: An illusory transparency effect,” Perception, 31(12), 1449-1458, 2002.

39. Papathomas, T.V., “Experiments on the role of pictorial cues in Hughes’ reverspectives,” Perception, 31(5), 521-530, 2002.

38. Vidnyanszky, Z., Blaser, E. and Papathomas, T.V. “Motion integration during motion aftereffects,” Trends in Cognitive Science, 6(4), 157-161, 2002.

37. Vidnyanszky, Z., Papathomas, T.V., and Julesz, B. “Contextual modulation of orientation discrimination is independent of stimulus processing time,” Vision Research, vol. 41(22) 2813-2817, 2001.

36. I. J. Cox, M. L. Miller, T. P. Minka, T. V. Papathomas, and P. N. Yianilos, "The Bayesian Image Retrieval System, PicHunter: Theory, Implementation and Psychophysical Experiments," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, special issue on Image and Video Processing for Digital Libraries, vol. 9, pp. 20-37, 2000.

35. T. V. Papathomas, I. J. Cox, P. N. Yianilos, M. L. Miller, T. P. Minka, T. E. Conway, and J. Ghosn "Psychophysical Experiments on the PicHunter image retrieval system," invited by guest editors B. Rogowitz & T. Pappas, selected among the best presented in the last 10 years in the SPIE conference, special issue of the Journal of Electronic Imaging, vol. 10, pp. 170-180, 2001.

34. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Local versus global contrasts in texture segregation," Jour. of the Optical Soc. of America A, vol. 16(3), 728-741, 1999.

33. Papathomas, T.V., “Is perception of 3-D surface configurations cognitively penetrable?” Behavioral and Brain Sciences (BBS), 22, 388-389.

32. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A., Fehér, A., & Conway, T.E., "Attention-based texture segregation," Perception & Psychophysics, vol. 61(7), 1399-1410, 1999.

31. Papathomas, T.V., & Morikawa, K., "A new stereoscopic illusion: Eyes popping out and sinking in,” Perception, 27, 627-629, 1998.

30. Papathomas, T.V., Kashi, R.S., & Gorea, A., “A human vision based computational model for chromatic texture segregation,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man & Cybernetics--Part B: Cybernetics, 27(3), 428-440, 1997.

29. Foran, D., Meer, P. Papathomas, T.V., & Marsic, I., "Compression guidelines for diagnostic telepathology," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Information Technology, vol. 1, 55-60, 1996.

28. Kovács, I., Papathomas, T.V., Fehér, A. & Yang, M., "When the brain changes its mind: Interocular grouping during binocular rivalry," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 93, 15508-15511, 1996.

27. Ramanujan, K.S., Bhoj-Kavdeh, P., Papathomas, T.V. and Novakowski, R., "2-D shape representation and averaging using normalized wavelet descriptors," Simulation, 66, 164-178, 1996.

26. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A., & Chubb, C., "Precise assessment of the effective mean luminance of texture patches: An approach based on reverse-phi apparent motion," Vision Research, 36, 3775-3784, 1996.

25. Papathomas, T.V., "Model-based methods for generating equiluminant texture targets in imaging systems," International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, 7, 78-84, 1996.

24. Kashi, R.S., Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. and Julesz, B., "Similarities in motion and texture perception," International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, 7, 85-91, 1996.

23. Papathomas, T.V., Fehér, A., Julesz, B., and Zeevi, Y., “Interactions of monocular and cyclopean components and the role of depth in the Ebbinghaus illusion,” Perception, 25(7), 783-795, 1996.

22. Papathomas, T.V., Kovács, I., Gorea, A., & Julesz, B., "A unified approach to the perception of motion, stereo, and static flow patterns," Behavior Res. Methods, Instruments and Computers, 27(4), 419-432, 1995.

21. Gorea, A., Papathomas, T.V. and Kovács, I., "Two motion systems with common and separate pathways for color and luminance," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 90, 11197-11201, 1993.

20. Gorea, A., Papathomas, T.V. and Kovács, I., "Motion perception with spatiotemporally matched chromatic and achromatic information reveals a 'slow' and a 'fast' motion system," Vision Research, 33(17), 2515-2534, 1993.

19. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Double-opponency as a generalized concept in texture segregation illustrated with color, luminance and orientation defined stimuli," Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 10(7), 1451-1462, 1993.

18. Papathomas, T.V. and Malah, D., "Experimentally obtained thresholds for a conditional replenishment image sequence coder," Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation, vol. 4, 79-91, 1993.

17. Gorea, A., Lorenceau, J., Bagot, J.D. and Papathomas, T.V., "Sensitivity to color- and to orientation-carried motion respectively improves and deteriorates under equiluminant background conditions," Spatial Vision, vol. 6, 285-302, 1992.

16. Papathomas, T.V., Gorea, A. and Julesz, B., "Two carriers for motion perception: color and luminance," Vision Research, Vol. 31, No. 1, 1883-1891, 1991.

15. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Extending a class of motion stimuli to study multi-attribute texture perception," Behavior Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 23(1), 5-8, 1991.

14. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Texture segregation by chromatic and achromatic visual pathways: an analogy with motion processing," Jour. of the Optical Soc. of America A, vol. 8, No. 2, 386-393, 1991.

13. Papathomas, T.V. and Gorea, A., "Ambiguity in 3-D patterns induced by lighting assumptions," Perception, vol. 19, 569-571, 1990.

12. Schiavone, J.A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Visualizing meteorological data," Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, vol. 71, No. 7, 1012-1020, 1990.

11. Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "Stereoscopic illusion based on the proximity principle," Perception, vol. 18, 589-594, 1989.

10. Papathomas, T.V., Kitsopoulos, S.C. and Helfman, J.I., "Arrows-Anchors: Figure-ground reversals," Perception, vol. 18, p. 689,1989.

9. Gorea, A. and Papathomas, T.V., "Motion processing by chromatic and achromatic visual pathways," Jour. of the Optical Soc. of America, vol. 6(4), 590-602, 1989.

8. Papathomas, T.V. and Gorea, A., "Simultaneous motion perception along multiple attributes - A new class of stimuli," Beh. Res. Methods, Instr. and Computers, vol. 20(6), 528-536, 1988.

7. Papathomas, T.V., Schiavone, J.A. and Julesz, B., "Applications of computer graphics to the visualization of meteorological phenomena," invited paper, Computer Graphics, vol. 22.4, 327-334, 1988.

6. Papathomas, T.V., Julesz, B. and Chodrow, S.E., "True 3D animation for displaying VLSI modeling data," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 8(1), 6-9, 1988.

5. Papathomas, T.V. and Julesz, B., "Animation with fractals from variations on the Mandelbrot set," Visual Computer, vol. 3, 23-26, 1987.

4. Papathomas, T.V., Schiavone, J.A. and Julesz, B., "Stereo animation for very large data bases: Case study - meteorology," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 7(9), 18-27, 1987.

3. Papathomas, T.V., "On the stability of peak current-controlled converters: Analysis, simulation, and experiments," IEEE Trans. on Ind. Electronics, vol. IE-33.2, Selected as the best paper of 1986, 176-184, May 1986.

2. Julesz, B. and Papathomas, T.V., "On spatial-frequency channels and attention, Perception and Psychophysics, vol. 36(4), 398-99, 1984.

1. Papathomas, T.V. and Wing, O., "Sparse Hessenberg reduction and the eigenvalue problem for large sparse matrices," IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Syst., vol. CAS-23, 739-744, 1976.

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