Susan G. Wardle
Susan G. Wardle
National Institutes of Health (NIH), Laboratory of Brain and Cognition
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Decoding dynamic brain patterns from evoked responses: A tutorial on multivariate pattern analysis applied to time series neuroimaging data
T Grootswagers, SG Wardle, TA Carlson
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (4), 677-697, 2017
2402017
Flavor evaluative conditioning and contingency awareness
SG Wardle, CJ Mitchell, PF Lovibond
Learning & Behavior 35 (4), 233-241, 2007
912007
Perceptual similarity of visual patterns predicts dynamic neural activation patterns measured with MEG
SG Wardle, N Kriegeskorte, T Grootswagers, SM Khaligh-Razavi, ...
NeuroImage 132, 59-70, 2016
682016
Do reaction times in the perruchet effect reflect variations in the strength of an associative link?
CJ Mitchell, SG Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, BPI Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2 …, 2010
60*2010
Decoding the time-course of object recognition in the human brain: From visual features to categorical decisions
EW Contini, SG Wardle, TA Carlson
Neuropsychologia 105, 165-176, 2017
512017
Face pareidolia in the rhesus monkey
J Taubert, SG Wardle, M Flessert, DA Leopold, LG Ungerleider
Current Biology 27 (16), 2505-2509. e2, 2017
492017
Breaking camouflage: Binocular disparity reduces contrast masking in natural images
SG Wardle, J Cass, KR Brooks, D Alais
Journal of Vision 10 (14), 1-12, 2010
362010
Amygdala lesions eliminate viewing preferences for faces in rhesus monkeys
J Taubert, M Flessert, SG Wardle, BM Basile, AP Murphy, EA Murray, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), 8043-8048, 2018
332018
Stereoacuity in the periphery is limited by internal noise
SG Wardle, PJ Bex, J Cass, D Alais
Journal of Vision 12 (6), 1-12, 2012
312012
Evidence for speed sensitivity to motion in depth from binocular cues
SG Wardle, D Alais
Journal of Vision 13 (1), 17-17, 2013
212013
Finding cancer in mammograms: if you know it’s there, do you know where?
AJ Carrigan, SG Wardle, AN Rich
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 3 (1), 1-14, 2018
202018
Sensible decoding
TA Carlson, SG Wardle
Neuroimage 110, 217-218, 2015
152015
Edge-related activity is not necessary to explain orientation decoding in human visual cortex
SG Wardle, JB Ritchie, K Seymour, TA Carlson
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (5), 1187-1196, 2017
132017
Asymmetric compression of representational space for object animacy categorization under degraded viewing conditions
T Grootswagers, JB Ritchie, SG Wardle, A Heathcote, TA Carlson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (12), 1995-2010, 2017
122017
Phantom surfaces in da Vinci stereopsis
SG Wardle, BJ Gillam
Journal of Vision 13 (2), 1-14, 2013
92013
Rapid and dynamic processing of face pareidolia in the human brain
SG Wardle, J Taubert, L Teichmann, CI Baker
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-14, 2020
82020
Gradients of relative disparity underlie the perceived slant of stereoscopic surfaces
SG Wardle, BJ Gillam
Journal of Vision 16 (5), 1-13, 2016
72016
Can object category-selectivity in the ventral visual pathway be explained by sensitivity to low-level image properties?
SG Wardle, JB Ritchie
The Journal of Neuroscience 34 (45), 14817-14819, 2014
72014
Orientation contrast and entropy contrast in the genesis of subjective contours along thin lines
BJ Gillam, SG Wardle, E Vecellio
Perception 43 (1), 7-22, 2014
62014
Monocular and binocular edges enhance the perception of stereoscopic slant
SG Wardle, S Palmisano, BJ Gillam
Vision Research 100, 113-123, 2014
52014
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