Susan G. Wardle
Susan G. Wardle
National Institutes of Health (NIH), Laboratory of Brain and Cognition
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Decoding dynamic brain patterns from evoked responses: a tutorial on multivariate pattern analysis applied to time series neuroimaging data
T Grootswagers, SG Wardle, TA Carlson
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (4), 677-697, 2017
Flavor evaluative conditioning and contingency awareness
SG Wardle, CJ Mitchell, PF Lovibond
Learning & Behavior 35 (4), 233-241, 2007
Perceptual similarity of visual patterns predicts dynamic neural activation patterns measured with MEG
SG Wardle, N Kriegeskorte, T Grootswagers, SM Khaligh-Razavi, ...
NeuroImage 132, 59-70, 2016
Face pareidolia in the rhesus monkey
J Taubert, SG Wardle, M Flessert, DA Leopold, LG Ungerleider
Current Biology 27 (16), 2505-2509. e2, 2017
Decoding the time-course of object recognition in the human brain: From visual features to categorical decisions
EW Contini, SG Wardle, TA Carlson
Neuropsychologia 105, 165-176, 2017
Do reaction times in the perruchet effect reflect variations in the strength of an associative link?
CJ Mitchell, SG Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, BPI Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2 …, 2010
Amygdala lesions eliminate viewing preferences for faces in rhesus monkeys
J Taubert, M Flessert, SG Wardle, BM Basile, AP Murphy, EA Murray, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), 8043-8048, 2018
Breaking camouflage: Binocular disparity reduces contrast masking in natural images
SG Wardle, J Cass, KR Brooks, D Alais
Journal of Vision 10 (14), 1-12, 2010
Stereoacuity in the periphery is limited by internal noise
SG Wardle, PJ Bex, J Cass, D Alais
Journal of Vision 12 (6), 1-12, 2012
Finding cancer in mammograms: if you know it’s there, do you know where?
AJ Carrigan, SG Wardle, AN Rich
Cognitive research: principles and implications 3 (1), 1-14, 2018
Rapid and dynamic processing of face pareidolia in the human brain
SG Wardle, J Taubert, L Teichmann, CI Baker
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-14, 2020
Evidence for speed sensitivity to motion in depth from binocular cues
SG Wardle, D Alais
Journal of Vision 13 (1), 17-17, 2013
Sensible decoding
TA Carlson, SG Wardle
NeuroImage 110, 217-218, 2015
Asymmetric compression of representational space for object animacy categorization under degraded viewing conditions
T Grootswagers, JB Ritchie, SG Wardle, A Heathcote, TA Carlson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (12), 1995-2010, 2017
Edge-related activity is not necessary to explain orientation decoding in human visual cortex
SG Wardle, JB Ritchie, K Seymour, TA Carlson
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (5), 1187-1196, 2017
A visual search advantage for illusory faces in objects
RT Keys, J Taubert, SG Wardle
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83 (5), 1942-1953, 2021
Recent advances in understanding object recognition in the human brain: deep neural networks, temporal dynamics, and context
SG Wardle, CI Baker
F1000Research 9, 2020
Gradients of relative disparity underlie the perceived slant of stereoscopic surfaces
SG Wardle, BJ Gillam
Journal of Vision 16 (5), 1-13, 2016
Phantom surfaces in da Vinci stereopsis
SG Wardle, BJ Gillam
Journal of Vision 13 (2), 1-14, 2013
What does a “face cell” want?’
J Taubert, SG Wardle, LG Ungerleider
Progress in neurobiology 195, 101880, 2020
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