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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Eye movement strategies adapted to individual differences in the loci of performance-maximizing fixations during face recognition
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 543-543, 2009
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