Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

Poster Session: Tuesday, May 21, 2024, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Banyan Breezeway

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Poster Title

First Author

1.

Average Temperature from Visual Scene Ensembles Without Reliance on Color, Contrast or Low Spatial Frequencies

Tharmaratnam, Vignash

2.

Do ensemble representations guide visual attention in a visual search task?

Knox, Kristina

3.

Learning to Ensemble? Repeated exposure leads to more efficient processing of summary statistics for weight and real-world size

Gillies, Greer

4.

Modelling the representation of visual ensembles in the human brain

Elosegi, Patxi

5.

Multiplicative effect of task-irrelevant feature variability on variability judgments

Kim, Suyeon

6.

Face detection sensitivity follows the spatial distribution of experienced face locations

Greene, Michelle

7.

Integrative processing in deep neural networks and human visual cortex predicts the beauty of natural scenes

Nara, Sanjeev

8.

Leveraging Vision and Language Generative Models to Understand the Visual Cortex

Luo, Andrew

9.

Similar visual comfort ratings for natural textures and disease imagery by trypophobic and non-trypophobic individuals

DiMattina, Christopher

10.

The visibility of Eidolon distortions in things and stuff

Mahncke, Swantje

11.

What Makes up the Gist of Abnormality in Mammograms?

Evans, Karla

12.

‘Attentional transplants’ cause recipients to like images similarly to donors: Evidence for inter-observer commonalities in how attention drives preferences

Nguyen, Hong B