User:Alex O. Holcombe

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Most projects are at [[Holcombe|Holcombe lab]] but also
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[[Holcombe:TemporalLimitsReview|temporal limits review]]
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[http://www.psych.usyd.edu.au/staff/alexh/research/cv.html publication list]
 
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==Publications==
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[http://www.psych.usyd.edu.au/staff/alexh/research/cv.html publication list] at my university webpage
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Clifford Holcombe Pearson
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Showed that high temporal resolution binding extends to the high-level visual processing of global form, while the colour of such forms can be bound only very slowly. This is stark evidence that binding within an attribute (here, form) is fast even when cross-attribute binding (form and colour) is slow.
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Publications in PubMed:
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{{Pubget|Alex O. Holcombe}}

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Alex O. Holcombe (an artistic interpretation)
Alex O. Holcombe (an artistic interpretation)

Alex O. Holcombe

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I work in the Holcombe lab at the University of Sydney.

Research interests

  1. Psychophysics
  2. Perception
  3. Visual neuroscience

See also my blog about more diverse interests

Most projects are at Holcombe lab but also temporal limits review

Useful links

Publications

publication list at my university webpage Clifford Holcombe Pearson Showed that high temporal resolution binding extends to the high-level visual processing of global form, while the colour of such forms can be bound only very slowly. This is stark evidence that binding within an attribute (here, form) is fast even when cross-attribute binding (form and colour) is slow. Publications in PubMed:

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