BOOKSHELF

The idea behind this page is to keep it updated with papers and texts that I think are important and interesting in the field of cognitive science and perception. Hopefully this will server to give you the reader some insight into the idea space in which I am working, as well as provide some context for my own research.

 

RECENTLY READ / READING

 

Dennett, D. C., & Kinsbourne, M. (1992). Time and the observer: The where and when of consciousness in the brain. Behavioral and Brain Sciences,15(02), 183-201.

van de Grind, W. (2002). Physical, neural, and mental timing. Consciousness and cognition, 11(2), 241-264.

Stone, J. V. (2012). Vision and brain: how we perceive the world. MIT Press.

Edelman, S. (2008). Computing the mind: how the mind really works. Oxford University Press.

Marr, D. (1982). Vision: A computational approach.

Regan, D. (1999). Human perception of objects. Sinauer Associates.

Schutzwohl, A. (1998). Surprise and schema strength. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 24, 1182-1199.

Ranganath, C., & Rainer, G. (2003). Neural mechanisms for detecting and remembering novel events. Nature Reviews Neuroscience4(3), 193-202.

Schindel, R., Rowlands, J., & Arnold, D. H. (2011). The oddball effect: Perceived duration and predictive coding. Journal of Vision11(2).

Van Wassenhove, V., Buonomano, D. V., Shimojo, S., & Shams, L. (2008). Distortions of subjective time perception within and across senses. PloS one,3(1), e1437.

Eagleman, D. M. (2008). Human time perception and its illusions. Current opinion in neurobiology18(2), 131-136.

Rieke, F., Warland, D., de Ruyter van Steveninck, R., & Bialek, W. (1999). Spikes: exploring the neural code (computational neuroscience).

 

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