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# Seizova-Cajic T (2003) The role of relative cues in pointing to objects apparently shifted by slant contrast. Spatial Vision, 16, p. 325-346. [http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:12858955]
# Seizova-Cajic T (2003) The role of relative cues in pointing to objects apparently shifted by slant contrast. Spatial Vision, 16, p. 325-346. [http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:12858955]
# Stankov L, Seizova-Cajic T & Roberts R (2001) Tactile and kinesthetic perceptual processes within the taxonomy of human cognitive abilities. Intelligence, 29 (1), 1-29.
# Stankov L, Seizova-Cajic T & Roberts R (2001) Tactile and kinesthetic perceptual processes within the taxonomy of human cognitive abilities. Intelligence, 29 (1), 1-29.
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# Seizova-Cajic T (1998) Size perception by vision and kinesthesia. Perception & Psychophysics, 60 (4), 705-718.
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# Seizova-Cajic T (1998) Size perception by vision and kinesthesia. Perception & Psychophysics, 60 (4), 705-718. [http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:9629001]
# Seizova T (1995) Visual, tactual, kinesthetic and haptic size perception: Cross-modal matching, LEP report No. 17 (publication from former Yugoslavia)
# Seizova T (1995) Visual, tactual, kinesthetic and haptic size perception: Cross-modal matching, LEP report No. 17 (publication from former Yugoslavia)

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Tatjana Seizova-Cajic (an artistic interpretation)
Tatjana Seizova-Cajic (an artistic interpretation)

I work in the Sensory Systems lab [1] at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. I learned about OpenWetWare from a colleague, and I've joined to exchange ideas with collaborators.

Education

  • 2003 PhD, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
  • 1995 MA, University of Belgrade, former Yugoslavia
  • 1990 BPsych(Hons), University of Belgrade

Research interests

  1. Vision and proprioception - combination of sensory inputs
  2. Adaptive processes in proprioception and touch
  3. Intersensory interactions (vision, proprioception, touch)

Publications

  1. Seizova-Cajic T, Smith J, Taylor J & Gandevia S (2009): Perception of movement extent depends on the previous movement. Experimental Brain Research 195: 167-172.
  2. Holcombe AO & Seizova-Cajic T (2008) Illusory motion reversals from unambiguous motion with visual, proprioceptive, and tactile stimuli. Vision Research 48, 1743–1757. [2]
  3. Seizova-Cajic T, Smith J, Taylor J & Gandevia S (2007): Propriceptive movement illusions due to prolonged stimulation: reversals and aftereffects. PLoS ONE [3]
  4. Seizova-Cajic T & Sachtler B (2007) Adaptation of a bimodal integration stage: visual input needed during neck muscle vibration to elicit a motion aftereffect. Experimental Brain Research 181:117–129 [4]
  5. McIntyre S & Seizova-Cajic T (2007) Neck muscle vibration in full cues affects pointing. Journal of Vision 7(5):9, 1–8, doi:10.1167/7.5.9. [5]
  6. Seizova-Cajic T, Sachtler B & Curthoys I (2006) Eye movements cannot explain vibration-induced visual motion and motion aftereffect. Experimental Brain Research. 173 (1), 141-152. [6]
  7. Seizova-Cajic T & Gillam B (2006) Biases in judgments of separation and orientation of elements belonging to different clusters. Vision Research, 46 (16), 2525-2534 [7]
  8. Seizova-Cajic T (2003) The role of relative cues in pointing to objects apparently shifted by slant contrast. Spatial Vision, 16, p. 325-346. [8]
  9. Stankov L, Seizova-Cajic T & Roberts R (2001) Tactile and kinesthetic perceptual processes within the taxonomy of human cognitive abilities. Intelligence, 29 (1), 1-29.
  10. Seizova-Cajic T (1998) Size perception by vision and kinesthesia. Perception & Psychophysics, 60 (4), 705-718. [9]
  11. Seizova T (1995) Visual, tactual, kinesthetic and haptic size perception: Cross-modal matching, LEP report No. 17 (publication from former Yugoslavia)

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  1. Paper1 pmid=6947258
  2. Paper2 pmid=13718526

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  1. Book1 isbn=0879697164

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