Publications

Serial dependence promotes the stability of perceived emotional expression depending on face similarity.

Liberman*, A., Manassi*, M., L. & Whitney D. (2018). (*equal contribution)

Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80(6) p 1461-1473.

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Serial dependence in position occurs at the time of perception.
Manassi, M., Liberman A., Kosovicheva A., Zhang K., & Whitney D. (2018).

Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 25(6) p 2245-2253.

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Multi-level crowding and the paradox of object recognition in clutter.  

Manassi, M., & Whitney D. (2018).

Current Biology, 28(3) p 127-133.

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The perceived stability of scenes: serial dependence in ensemble representations.

Manassi, M., Liberman, A., Chaney W., & Whitney D. (2017).

Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1971.

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Neural dynamics of grouping and segmentation explain properties of visual crowding.

Francis, G., Manassi, M., & Herzog M.H., V. (2017).

Psychological Review, 124(4), p 483-504.

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What crowds in crowding?
Herzog, M.H., Sayim, B., Manassi, M., & Chicherov, V. (2016).
Journal of Vision, 16(11):25, p 1-4. Introduction to special issue “Crowding: new vistas".

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What crowding can tell us about object representations.
Manassi, M.,  Lonchampt, S., Clarke, A., & Herzog, M.H. (2016).
Journal of Vision, 16(3):35, p 1-13.

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Intact crowding and temporal masking in dyslexia.

Doron, A., Manassi, M., Herzog, M.H., & Ahissar, M. (2015).
Journal of Vision, 15(14):13, p 1-17.
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No priming for global motion in crowding.
Pavan, A., Gall, M., Manassi, 
M., & Greenlee, M. (2015).
Journal of Vision, 15(9):25, p 1-24.
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Release of crowding by pattern completion.
Manassi, 
M. , Hermens, F., Francis, G., & Herzog, M.H. (2015).
Journal of Vision, 15(8):16, p 1-15.
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Crowding, grouping, and object recognition: A matter of appearance.
Herzog, M.H., Sayim, B., Chicherov, V., & Manassi, M.  (2015).
Journal of Vision, 15(6):5, p 1-18.
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Uncorking the bottleneck of crowding: a fresh look at object recognition.
Herzog, M.H., & Manassi, M. (2015).
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 1: p 86-93.
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How color, regularity, and good Gestalt determine backward masking.
Sayim
, B., Manassi M., & Herzog, M.H. (2014).
Journal of Vision, 14(7), 8: p 1-11.
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When crowding of crowding leads to uncrowding.
Manassi M., Sayim B., Herzog M.H. (2013).
Journal of Vision, 13(13), p 1-10.
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Grouping, pooling, and when bigger is better in visual crowding.
Manassi M., Sayim B., Herzog M.H. (2012).
Journal of Vision, 12(10), p 1-14.
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Separate motion-detecting mechanisms for first- and second-order patterns revealed by rapid forms of visual motion priming and motion aftereffect.
Pavan A., Campana G., Guerreschi M., Manassi M., Casco C. (2009).
Journal of Vision, 9(11):27, p 1-16

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