Joel Pearson
Joel Pearson
The University of New South Wales
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Psychology: The science of mind and behavior
MW Passer, RE Smith
McGraw-Hill, 2004
Mental imagery: functional mechanisms and clinical applications
J Pearson, T Naselaris, EA Holmes, SM Kosslyn
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (10), 590-602, 2015
The functional impact of mental imagery on conscious perception
J Pearson, CWG Clifford, F Tong
Current Biology 18 (13), 982-986, 2008
Sensory memory for ambiguous vision
J Pearson, J Brascamp
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (9), 334-341, 2008
The role of frontal and parietal brain areas in bistable perception
T Knapen, J Brascamp, J Pearson, R van Ee, R Blake
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (28), 10293-10301, 2011
Human brain networks function in connectome-specific harmonic waves
S Atasoy, I Donnelly, J Pearson
Nature communications 7, 10340, 2016
The heterogeneity of mental representation: Ending the imagery debate
J Pearson, SM Kosslyn
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (33), 10089-10092, 2015
Mental imagery and visual working memory
R Keogh, J Pearson
PloS one 6 (12), e29221, 2011
Evaluating the mind’s eye: the metacognition of visual imagery
J Pearson, RL Rademaker, F Tong
Psychological Science 22 (12), 1535-1542, 2011
Unconscious information changes decision accuracy but not confidence
A Vlassova, C Donkin, J Pearson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (45), 16214-16218, 2014
Intermittent ambiguous stimuli: Implicit memory causes periodic perceptual alternations
JW Brascamp, J Pearson, R Blake, AV Van Den Berg
Journal of Vision 9 (3), 3-3, 2009
Smaller primary visual cortex is associated with stronger, but less precise mental imagery
J Bergmann, E Gen, A Kohler, W Singer, J Pearson
Cerebral cortex 26 (9), 3838-3850, 2016
Determinants of visual awareness following interruptions during rivalry
J Pearson, CWG Clifford
Journal of vision 4 (3), 6-6, 2004
A paradox of temporal perception revealed by a stimulus oscillating in colour and orientation
CWG Clifford, DH Arnold, J Pearson
Vision Research 43 (21), 2245-2253, 2003
The sensory strength of voluntary visual imagery predicts visual working memory capacity
R Keogh, J Pearson
Journal of vision 14 (12), 7-7, 2014
Phantom perception: voluntary and involuntary nonretinal vision
J Pearson, F Westbrook
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19 (5), 278-284, 2015
Imagine that: elevated sensory strength of mental imagery in individuals with Parkinson's disease and visual hallucinations
JM Shine, R Keogh, C O'Callaghan, AJ Muller, SJG Lewis, J Pearson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1798), 20142047, 2015
The effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation on visual rivalry
J Pearson, D Tadin, R Blake
Journal of vision 7 (7), 2-2, 2007
Perceptual grouping of biological motion promotes binocular rivalry
TL Watson, J Pearson, CWG Clifford
Current Biology 14 (18), 1670-1674, 2004
An emerging paradigm: A strength-based approach to exploring mental imagery
TE Macintyre, AP Moran, C Collet, A Guillot
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 104, 2013
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