A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

J Edwin Dickinson, Jason Bell, David R Badcock. PLoS One 2013
Times Cited: 24







List of co-cited articles
158 articles co-cited >1



Times Cited
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Local and global contributions to shape discrimination.
Gunter Loffler, Hugh R Wilson, Frances Wilkinson. Vision Res 2003
109
87

Detection and recognition of radial frequency patterns.
F Wilkinson, H R Wilson, C Habak. Vision Res 1998
237
87

A biologically plausible model of human radial frequency perception.
Frédéric J A M Poirier, Hugh R Wilson. Vision Res 2006
74
66

Further evidence that local cues to shape in RF patterns are integrated globally.
J Edwin Dickinson, Jessica McGinty, Kathryn E Webster, David R Badcock. J Vis 2012
32
66

Detection of shape in radial frequency contours: independence of local and global form information.
Jason Bell, David R Badcock, Hugh Wilson, Frances Wilkinson. Vision Res 2007
51
58

Non-linear global pooling in the discrimination of circular and non-circular shapes.
Gunnar Schmidtmann, Graeme J Kennedy, Harry S Orbach, Gunter Loffler. Vision Res 2012
40
58



Are judgements of circularity local or global?
R F Hess, Y Z Wang, S C Dakin. Vision Res 1999
86
54

An fMRI study of the selective activation of human extrastriate form vision areas by radial and concentric gratings.
F Wilkinson, T W James, H R Wilson, J S Gati, R S Menon, M A Goodale. Curr Biol 2000
189
45

Circular contour frequency in shape discrimination.
Brett G Jeffrey, Yi Zhong Wang, Eileen E Birch. Vision Res 2002
57
45



Local motion effects on form in radial frequency patterns.
James Edwin Dickinson, Limin Han, Jason Bell, David R Badcock. J Vis 2010
46
41


Radial frequency adaptation suggests polar-based coding of local shape cues.
Jason Bell, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. Vision Res 2008
34
41

Rejecting probability summation for radial frequency patterns, not so Quick!
Alex S Baldwin, Gunnar Schmidtmann, Frederick A A Kingdom, Robert F Hess. Vision Res 2016
13
76

Global processing of random-phase radial frequency patterns but not modulated lines.
Robert J Green, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. J Vis 2017
15
66

Radial frequency adaptation reveals interacting contour shape channels.
Jason Bell, Frances Wilkinson, Hugh R Wilson, Gunter Loffler, David R Badcock. Vision Res 2009
35
37


Tolerance for local and global differences in the integration of shape information.
J Edwin Dickinson, Serena J Cribb, Hugh Riddell, David R Badcock. J Vis 2015
14
64


Visual search reveals a critical component to shape.
J Edwin Dickinson, Krystle Haley, Vanessa K Bowden, David R Badcock. J Vis 2018
12
66

Integration of shape information occurs around closed contours but not across them.
Robert J Green, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. J Vis 2018
12
66

Population coding of shape in area V4.
Anitha Pasupathy, Charles E Connor. Nat Neurosci 2002
278
29

Curvature population coding for complex shapes in human vision.
Claudine Habak, Frances Wilkinson, Bernadette Zakher, Hugh R Wilson. Vision Res 2004
63
29


Modulated textures with shape structures implied by a closed flow are processed globally.
Ken W S Tan, Vanessa K Bowden, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. J Vis 2015
10
70



Dissociation of local and global contributions to detection of shape with age.
Serena J Cribb, Johanna C Badcock, Murray T Maybery, David R Badcock. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2016
8
87


Responses to contour features in macaque area V4.
A Pasupathy, C E Connor. J Neurophysiol 1999
331
25



Convergent evidence for global processing of shape.
Robert J Green, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. J Vis 2018
11
54

The effect of spatiotemporal displacement on the integration of shape information.
Robert J Green, J Edwin Dickinson, David R Badcock. J Vis 2018
8
75

Detecting global form: separate processes required for Glass and radial frequency patterns.
David R Badcock, Renita A Almeida, J Edwin Dickinson. Front Comput Neurosci 2013
8
62

Visual search performance in the autism spectrum II: the radial frequency search task with additional segmentation cues.
Renita A Almeida, J Edwin Dickinson, Murray T Maybery, Johanna C Badcock, David R Badcock. Neuropsychologia 2010
35
20

Visual search targeting either local or global perceptual processes differs as a function of autistic-like traits in the typically developing population.
Renita A Almeida, J Edwin Dickinson, Murray T Maybery, Johanna C Badcock, David R Badcock. J Autism Dev Disord 2013
29
20

A sparse object coding scheme in area V4.
Eric T Carlson, Russell J Rasquinha, Kechen Zhang, Charles E Connor. Curr Biol 2011
62
20

Dynamics of shape interaction in human vision.
Claudine Habak, Frances Wilkinson, Hugh R Wilson. Vision Res 2006
28
20


Global shape processing involves a hierarchy of integration stages.
Jason Bell, Elena Gheorghiu, Robert F Hess, Frederick A A Kingdom. Vision Res 2011
24
20

Set-size effects for sampled shapes: experiments and model.
Christian Kempgens, Gunter Loffler, Harry S Orbach. Front Comput Neurosci 2013
11
45

Detecting shapes in noise: tuning characteristics of global shape mechanisms.
Gunnar Schmidtmann, Gael E Gordon, David M Bennett, Gunter Loffler. Front Comput Neurosci 2013
12
41

The broad orientation dependence of the motion streak aftereffect reveals interactions between form and motion neurons.
Matthew F Tang, J Edwin Dickinson, Troy A W Visser, David R Badcock. J Vis 2015
18
27

Local contextual interactions can result in global shape misperception.
J Edwin Dickinson, Clare Harman, Olivia Tan, Renita A Almeida, David R Badcock. J Vis 2012
12
41

Radial Frequency Analysis of Contour Shapes in the Visual Cortex.
Viljami R Salmela, Linda Henriksson, Simo Vanni. PLoS Comput Biol 2016
10
50

Evidence that global processing does not limit thresholds for RF shape discrimination.
Kathy T Mullen, William H A Beaudot, Iliya V Ivanov. J Vis 2011
18
27


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.