Matthew F. Peterson
Matthew F. Peterson
Project Scientist, Psychological & Brain Sciences, UC Santa Barbara
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Looking just below the eyes is optimal across face recognition tasks
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (48), E3314-E3323, 2012
Individual differences in eye movements during face identification reflect observer-specific optimal points of fixation
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Psychological science 24 (7), 1216-1225, 2013
Eye-tracking causality
T Gerstenberg, MF Peterson, ND Goodman, DA Lagnado, JB Tenenbaum
Psychological science 28 (12), 1731-1744, 2017
Initial eye movements during face identification are optimal and similar across cultures
CCF Or, MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 15 (13), 12-12, 2015
Counterfactual vision-and-language navigation via adversarial path sampler
TJ Fu, XE Wang, MF Peterson, ST Grafton, MP Eckstein, WY Wang
Computer Vision–ECCV 2020: 16th European Conference, Glasgow, UK, August 23 …, 2020
Neural decoding of collective wisdom with multi-brain computing
MP Eckstein, K Das, BT Pham, MF Peterson, CK Abbey, JL Sy, ...
NeuroImage 59 (1), 94-108, 2012
Statistical decision theory to relate neurons to behavior in the study of covert visual attention
MP Eckstein, MF Peterson, BT Pham, JA Droll
Vision research 49 (10), 1097-1128, 2009
Individual differences in face-looking behavior generalize from the lab to the world
MF Peterson, J Lin, I Zaun, N Kanwisher
Journal of vision 16 (7), 12-12, 2016
Minimal memory for details in real life events
P Misra, A Marconi, M Peterson, G Kreiman
Scientific reports 8 (1), 16701, 2018
Learning optimal eye movements to unusual faces
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Vision research 99, 57-68, 2014
Eye movements and retinotopic tuning in developmental prosopagnosia
MF Peterson, I Zaun, H Hoke, G Jiahui, B Duchaine, N Kanwisher
Journal of vision 19 (9), 7-7, 2019
Fixating the eyes is an optimal strategy across important face (related) tasks
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 662-662, 2011
The surprisingly high human efficiency at learning to recognize faces
MF Peterson, CK Abbey, MP Eckstein
Vision Research 49 (3), 301-314, 2009
The use of the eyes for human face recognition explained through information distribution analysis
M Peterson, I Cox, M Eckstein
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 894-894, 2008
First fixations during face identification are invariant to rotation and scale
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 400-400, 2013
Human versus bayesian optimal learning of eye movement strategies during visual search
K Koehler, E Akbas, M Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1142-1142, 2012
Information distribution for face identificaiton and its relation to human strategies
M Peterson, C Abbey, M Eckstein
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 121-121, 2007
Where do people look on faces in the real world?
M Peterson, N Kanwisher
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 696-696, 2015
Asian and Caucasian observers’ initial eye movements during face identification are similar and optimal
CCF Or, MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 1273-1273, 2013
Ideal observer analysis for task normalization of pattern classifier performance applied to EEG and fMRI data
MF Peterson, K Das, JL Sy, S Li, B Giesbrecht, Z Kourtzi, MP Eckstein
JOSA A 27 (12), 2670-2683, 2010
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