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M a n i s h   S i n g h

Professor
Department of Psychology
& Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science (RuCCS)
Rutgers University– New Brunswick

152 Frelinghuysen Rd., Piscataway, NJ 08854

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R e s e a r c h   I n t e r e s t s

Computational and psychophysical investigation of contour and surface representations in human vision

Probabilistic computation and representation of structure in perception

Visual representation of shape

Visual interpolation and extrapolation of contour and surface geometry

Computation of layered surface structure under partial occlusion and transparency

Visual prediction of the physical behavior of objects


R e c e n t   P u b l i c a t i o n s

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Singh, M. (2014). Visual representation of contour and shape. In J. Wagemans (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Perceptual Organization. Oxford University Press. In press.

Singh, M. (2014). Transparency and translucency. In K. Ikeuchi (Ed.), Computer Vision: A Reference Guide, pp. 815-819. Springer Verlag.

Feldman, J., Singh, M., & Froyen, V. (2014). Perceptual grouping as Bayesian mixture estimation. In S. Gepshtein, L. Maloney, & M. Singh (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Computational Perceptual Organization. Oxford University Press. In press.

Fulvio, J., Singh, M., & Maloney, L. (2014). Visual interpolation and extrapolation of contours. In S. Gepshtein, L. Maloney, & M. Singh (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Computational Perceptual Organization. Oxford University Press. In press.

Froyen, V., Feldman, J., & Singh, M. (2013). Rotating columns: Relating structure-from-motion, accretion/deletion, and figure/ground. Journal of Vision, 13(10), 1-12.

Cholewiak, S., Fleming, R. & Singh, M. (2013). Visual perception of the physical stability of asymmetric three-dimensional objects. Journal of Vision, 13(4):12, 1-13.

Kim, S.-H., Feldman, J., & Singh, M. (2013). Perceived causality can alter the perceived trajectory of apparent motion. Psychological Science, 24(4), 575-582.

Singh, M. & Hoffman, D. (2013). Natural selection and shape perception. In S. Dickinson & Z. Pizlo (Eds.), Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (pp. 171-185). Springer Verlag.

Feldman, J., Singh, M., Briscoe, E., Froyen, V., Kim, S. & Wilder, J. (2013). An integrated Bayesian approach to shape representation and perceptual organization. In S. Dickinson & Z. Pizlo (Eds.), Shape Perception in Human and Computer Vision: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (pp. 55-70). Springer Verlag.

Hoffman, D. & Singh, M. (2012). Computational Evolutionary Perception. Perception (Special Issue on the 30th anniversary of Marr's "Vision"), 41(9), 1073-1091.

Kim, S.-H., Feldman, J., & Singh, M. (2012). Curved apparent motion induced by amodal completion. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74(2), 350-364.

Singh, M. & Feldman, J. (2012). Principles of contour information: A response to Lim & Leek (2012). Psychological Review, 119(3), 678-683.

Wagemans, J., Elder, J., Kubovy, M., Palmer, S., Peterson, M., Singh, M., & von der Heydt, R. (2012). A century of Gestalt psychology in visual perception: Perceptual grouping and figure-ground organization. Psychological Bulletin, 138(6),1172-1217.