Ken Nakayama
Ken Nakayama
Department of Psychology UC Berkeley
Verified email at g.harvard.edu
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Priming of pop-out: I. Role of features
V Maljkovic, K Nakayama
Memory & cognition 22 (6), 657-672, 1994
11761994
Sustained and transient components of focal visual attention
K Nakayama, M Mackeben
Vision research 29 (11), 1631-1647, 1989
11531989
Serial and parallel processing of visual feature conjunctions
K Nakayama, GH Silverman
Nature 320 (6059), 264-265, 1986
11051986
Biological image motion processing: a review
K Nakayama
Vision research 25 (5), 625-660, 1985
9701985
Binocular rivalry and visual awareness in human extrastriate cortex
F Tong, K Nakayama, JT Vaughan, N Kanwisher
Neuron 21 (4), 753-759, 1998
9131998
The Cambridge Face Memory Test: Results for neurologically intact individuals and an investigation of its validity using inverted face stimuli and prosopagnosic participants
B Duchaine, K Nakayama
Neuropsychologia 44 (4), 576-585, 2006
7532006
Sleep-dependent learning: a nap is as good as a night
S Mednick, K Nakayama, R Stickgold
Nature neuroscience 6 (7), 697-698, 2003
6832003
Priming of pop-out: II. The role of position
V Maljkovic, KEN Nakayama
Perception & psychophysics 58 (7), 977-991, 1996
5541996
Attentional requirements in a ‘preattentive’feature search task
JS Joseph, MM Chun, K Nakayama
Nature 387 (6635), 805-807, 1997
5471997
The role of attention in different visual-search tasks
MJ Bravo, K Nakayama
Perception & psychophysics 51 (5), 465-472, 1992
4871992
The effect of face inversion on the human fusiform face area
N Kanwisher, F Tong, K Nakayama
Cognition 68 (1), B1-B11, 1998
4831998
Stereoscopic depth: its relation to image segmentation, grouping, and the recognition of occluded objects
K Nakayama, S Shimojo, GH Silverman
Perception 18 (1), 55-68, 1989
4671989
Optical velocity patterns, velocity-sensitive neurons, and space perception: a hypothesis
K Nakayama, JM Loomis
Perception 3 (1), 63-80, 1974
4661974
Fitting the mind to the world: Face adaptation and attractiveness aftereffects
G Rhodes, L Jeffery, TL Watson, CWG Clifford, K Nakayama
Psychological science 14 (6), 558-566, 2003
4552003
Human face recognition ability is specific and highly heritable
JB Wilmer, L Germine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, M Williams, E Loken, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 107 (11), 5238-5241, 2010
4452010
Visual surface representation: A critical link between lower-level and higher-level vision
K Nakayama, ZJ He, S Shimojo
Visual cognition: An invitation to cognitive science 2, 1-70, 1995
4421995
Is the Web as good as the lab? Comparable performance from Web and lab in cognitive/perceptual experiments
L Germine, K Nakayama, BC Duchaine, CF Chabris, G Chatterjee, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (5), 847-857, 2012
4222012
Surfaces versus features in visual search
ZJ He, K Nakayama
Nature 359 (6392), 231-233, 1992
4141992
Robust representations for faces: evidence from visual search.
F Tong, K Nakayama
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (4 …, 1999
4121999
Experiencing and perceiving visual surfaces
K Nakayama, S Shimojo
Science 257 (5075), 1357-1363, 1992
4101992
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