Selected Publications

 

5 recent publications

If you want to (or are forced to?) read just a few papers, try these:

Alais, D., Newell, F. N., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

Multisensory processing in review: From physiology to behavior.

Seeing and Perceiving, 23, 3-38.

  1. (1)Otto, T. & Mamassian, P. (2012). Noise and correlations in parallel decision making. Current Biology, 22, 1391-1396.   [pdf]

  2. (2)Chopin, A. & Mamassian, P. (2012). Predictive properties of visual adaptation. Current Biology, 22, 622-626.   [pdf]

  3. (3)Mamassian, P., & Landy, M. S. (2010). It’s that time again. Nature Neuroscience, 13, 914-916.   [pdf]

  4. (4)Gerardin, P., Kourtzi, Z., & Mamassian, P. (2010). Prior knowledge of illumination for 3D perception in the human brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107, 16309-16314.   [pdf]

  5. (5)Barthelmé, S., & Mamassian, P. (2010). Flexible mechanisms underlie the evaluation of visual confidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107, 20834-20839.   [pdf]

Mamassian, P., & de Montalembert, M. (2010).

A simple model of the vertical-horizontal illusion.

Vision Research, 50, 956-962.

Gorea, A., Mamassian, P., & Cardoso-Leite, P. (2010). Introspective duration estimation of reactive and proactive motor responses.

Acta Psychologica, 134, 142-153.

de Montalembert, M., Auclair, L., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

"Where is the sun" for hemi-neglect patients?

Brain and Cognition, 72, 264-270.

Barthelmé, S., & Mamassian, P. (2009).

Evaluation of objective uncertainty in the visual system.

PLoS Computational Biology, 5(9): e1000504.
doi:10.1371/journal.pci.1000504.

Maloney, L. T., & Mamassian, P. (2009).

Bayesian decision theory as a model of human visual perception: Testing Bayesian transfer.

Visual Neuroscience, 26, 147-155.

Cardoso-Leite, P., Mamassian, P., & Gorea, A. (2009).

Comparison of perceptual and motor latencies via anticipatory and reactive response times.

Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71(1), 82-94.

Andersen, T. S., & Mamassian, P. (2008).

Audiovisual integration of stimulus transients.

Vision Research, 48(25), 2537-2544.

Fagard, J., Sacco, S., Yvenou, C., Domellöf, E., Kieffer, V., Tordjman, S., Moutard, M. L., & Mamassian, P. (2008).

The role of the corpus callosum in the perception of reversible figures in children.

Vision Research, 48(23-24), 2451-2455.

Fagard, J., Monzalvo-Lopez, K., & Mamassian, P. (2008).

Relationship between eye preference and binocular rivalry, and between eye-hand preference and reading ability in children.

Developmental Psychobiology, 50(8), 789-798.

Mamassian, P. (2008).

Ambiguities and conventions in the perception of visual art.

Vision Research, 48(20), 2143-2153.

Mamassian, P. (2008).

Overconfidence in an objective anticipatory motor task.

Psychological Science, 19(6), 601-606.

Brenner, E., Mamassian, P., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2008).

If I saw it, it probably wasn’t far from where I was looking.

Journal of Vision, 8(2):7, 1-10.

Tordjman, S., Guignard, J.-H., Seligmann, C., Vanroye, E., Nevoux, G., Fagard, J., Gorea, A., Mamassian, P., Cavanagh, P., & Lebreton, S. (2008).

Diagnosis of hyperactivity disorder in gifted children depends on observational sources.

Gifted and Talented International, 22, 62-67.

McCormick, D., & Mamassian, P. (2008).

What does the illusory-flash look like?

Vision Research, 48, 63-69.

Montagnini, A., Mamassian, P., Perrinet, L., Castet, E., & Masson, G. S. (2007).

Bayesian modelling of dynamic motion integration.

Journal of Physiology - Paris, 101, 64-77.

Gerardin, P., de Montalembert, M., & Mamassian, P. (2007).

Shape from shading: New perspectives from the Polo Mint stimulus.

Journal of Vision, 7(11):13, 1-11.

http://journalofvision.org/7/11/13/, doi:10.1167/7.11.13.

Cardoso-Leite, P., Gorea, A., & Mamassian, P. (2007).

Temporal order judgment and simple raction times: Evidence for a common processing system.

Journal of Vision, 7(6):11, 1-14.

http://www.journalofvision.org/7/6/11/, doi:10.1167/7.6.11.

Landy, M. S., Goutcher, R., Trommershäuser, J. & Mamassian, P. (2007).

Visual estimation under risk.

Journal of Vision, 7(6):4, 1-15.

http://www.journalofvision.org/7/6/4/, doi:10.1167/7.6.4.

Mamassian, P. (2006).

Bayesian inference of form and shape.

Progress in Brain Research, 154, 265-270.

Mamassian, P. (2006).

Métamères perceptifs et perception bistable.

Intellectica, 43, 73-77.

Goutcher, R., & Mamassian, P. (2006).

Temporal dynamics of stereo correspondence bi-stability.

Vision Research, 46, 3575-3585.

Mamassian, P., & Goutcher, R. (2005).

Temporal dynamics in bistable perception.

Journal of Vision, 5, 361-375.

http://journalofvision.org/5/4/7/, doi:10.1167/5.4.7.

Goutcher, R., & Mamassian, P. (2005).

Selective biasing of stereo correspondence in an ambiguous stereogram.

Vision Research, 45, 469-483.

Mamassian, P. (2004).

Impossible shadows and the shadow correspondence problem.

Perception, 33, 1279-1290.

Adams, W. J., & Mamassian, P. (2004).

Bayesian combination of ambiguous shape cues.

Journal of Vision, 4, 921-929.

http://journalofvision.org/4/10/7/, doi:10.1167/4.10.7.

Gosselin, F., Bacon, B. A., & Mamassian, P. (2004).

Internal surface representations approximated by reverse correlation.

Vision Research, 44, 2515-2520.

Wallace, J. M., & Mamassian, P. (2004).

The efficiency of depth discrimination for non-transparent and transparent stereoscopic surfaces.

Vision Research, 44, 2253-2267.

Champion, R. A., Simmons, D. R., & Mamassian, P. (2004).

The influence of object size and surface shape on shape constancy from stereo.

Perception, 33, 237-247.

Adams, W., & Mamassian, P. (2004).

The effect of task and saliency on latencies for colour and motion processing.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 271, 139-146.

Kersten, D., Mamassian, P., & Yuille, A. (2004).

Object perception as Bayesian inference.

Annual Review of Psychology, 55, 271-304.

Champion, R. A., Brenner, E., Mamassian, P., & Simmons, D. R. (2004).

No evidence for sequential effects of the interaction of stereo and motion cues in judgements of perceived shape.

Vision Research, 44, 483-487.

Lages, M., Mamassian, P., & Graf, E. W. (2003).

Spatial and temporal tuning of motion in depth.

Vision Research, 43, 2861-2873.

Wallace, J. M., & Mamassian, P. (2003).

The efficiency of speed discrimination for coherent and transparent motion.

Vision Research, 43, 2795-2810.

Mamassian, P., Jentzsch, I., Bacon, B. A., & Schweinberger, S. (2003).

Neural correlates of shape from shading.

NeuroReport, 14, 971-975.

van Ee, R., Adams, W. J., & Mamassian, P. (2003).

Bayesian modeling of cue interaction: Bistability in stereoscopic slant perception.

Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 20, 1398-1406.

Adams, W. J., & Mamassian, P. (2002).

Common mechanisms for 2D tilt and 3D slant after-effects.

Vision Research, 42, 2563-2568.

Bacon, B. A., & Mamassian, P. (2002).

Amodal completion and the perception of depth without binocular correspondence.

Perception, 31, 1037-1045.

Mamassian, P., & Landy, M. S. (2001).

Interaction of visual prior constraints.

Vision Research, 41, 2653-2668.

Mamassian, P., & Goutcher, R. (2001).

Prior knowledge on the illumination position.

Cognition, 81, B1-B9.

Mamassian, P., & Landy, M. S. (1998).

Observer biases in the 3D interpretation of line drawings.

Vision Research, 38, 2817-2832.

Mamassian, P., Knill, D. C., & Kersten, D. (1998).

The perception of cast shadows.

Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2, 288-295.

Kersten, D., Mamassian, P., & Knill, D. C. (1997).

Moving cast shadows induce apparent motion in depth.

Perception, 26, 171-192.

Knill, D. C., Mamassian, P., & Kersten, D. (1997).

Geometry of shadows.

Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 14, 3216-3232.

Mamassian, P. (1997).

Prehension of objects oriented in three-dimensional space.

Experimental Brain Research, 114, 235-245.

Mamassian, P., & Kersten, D. (1996).

Illumination, shading and the perception of local orientation.

Vision Research, 36, 2351-2367.

Mamassian, P., Kersten, D., & Knill, D. C. (1996).

Categorical local shape perception.

Perception, 25, 95-107.

Kersten, D., Knill, D. C., Mamassian, P. & Bülthoff, I. (1996).

Illusory motion from shadows.

Nature, 379, 31.

Mamassian, P., & Landy, M. S. (2010).

It’s that time again.

Nature Neuroscience, 13, 914-916.

Kersten, D., & Mamassian, P. (2009).

Ideal observer theory.

In L. R. Squire (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, volume 5 (pp. 89-95). Oxford: Academic Press.

Mamassian, P., Landy, M. S., & Maloney, L. T. (2002).

Bayesian modelling of visual perception.

In R. Rao, B. Olshausen & M. Lewicki (Eds.) Probabilistic Models of the Brain: Perception and Neural Function (pp. 13-36). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Mamassian, P. (2002).

Review of Goldstein, E. B. (Ed.) (2001). Blackwell Handbook of Perception. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

The Quaterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, A: Human Experimental Psychology, 55A, 1049-1050.

Refereed papers

Book chapters, commentaries, and other publications

Knill, D. C., Kersten, D., & Mamassian, P. (1996).

Implications of a Bayesian formulation of visual information processing for psychophysics.

In D. C. Knill & W. Richards (Eds.) Perception as Bayesian Inference (pp. 239-286). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Mamassian, P. (1993).

Isophotes on a smooth surface related to scene geometry.

In B.C. Vemuri (Ed.), Geometric Methods in Computer Vision II, Vol. 2031 (pp. 124-133). Bellingham, WA: SPIE.

de Montalembert, M., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

The vertical-horizontal illusion in hemi-spatial neglect.

Neuropsychologia, 48, 3245-3251.

Warren, P. A., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

Recovery of surface pose from texture orientation statistics.

Biological Cybernetics, 103, 199-212.

Gerardin, P., Kourtzi, Z., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

Prior knowledge of illumination for 3D perception in the human brain.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107, 16309-16314.

Cardoso-Leite, P., Mamassian, P., Schütz-Bosbach, S., & Waszak, F. (2010).

A new look on sensory attenuation: Action-effect anticipation affects sensitivity, not response bias.

Psychological Science, 21, 1740-1745.

Chopin, A., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

Task usefulness affects perception of rivalrous images.

Psychological Science, 21, 1886-1893.

Mamassian, P., & Wallace, J. M. (2010).

Sustained directional biases in motion transparency.

Journal of Vision, 10(13):23.

Barthelmé, S., & Mamassian, P. (2010).

Flexible mechanisms underlie the evaluation of visual confidence.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107, 20834-20839.

Bogadhi, A. R., Montagnini, A., Mamassian, P., Perrinet, L. U. & Masson, G. S. (2011).

Pursuing motion illusions: A realistic oculomotor framework for Bayesian inference.

Vision Research, 51, 867-880.

Chopin, A. & Mamassian, P. (2011).

Usefulness influences visual appearance in motion transparency depth rivalry.

Journal of Vision, 11(7):18.

Zannoli, M. & Mamassian, P. (2011).

The role of transparency in da Vinci stereopsis.

Vision Research, 51, 2186-2197.

de Montalembert, M. & Mamassian, P. (2012).

Processing temporal events simultaneously in healthy human adults and in hemi-neglect patients.

Neuropsychologia, 50, 791-799.

Glaser, C., Trommershäuser, J., Mamassian, P., & Maloney, L. T. (2012).

Comparison of the distortion of probability information in decision under risk and an equivalent visual task.

Psychological Science, 23, 419-426.

Chopin, A. and Mamassian, P. (2012).

Predictive properties of visual adaptation.

Current Biology, 22, 622-626.

Otto, T. and Mamassian, P. (2012).

Noise and correlations in parallel decision making.

Current Biology, 22, 1391-1396.

Chopin, A., Mamassian, P., and Blake, R. (2012).

Stereopsis and binocular rivalry are based on perceived rather than physical orientations.

Vision Research, 63, 63-68.

Zannoli, M., Cass, J., Mamassian, P., and Alais, D. (2012).

Synchronized audio-visual transients drive efficient visual search for motion-in-depth.

PLoS One, 7(5):e37190.

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