Katherine Storrs
Katherine Storrs
Postdoc, Justus-Liebig Universität, Giessen, Germany
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk - Startseite
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Are high-level aftereffects perceptual?
KR Storrs
Frontiers in psychology 6, 157, 2015
342015
Loss of control stimulates approach motivation
KH Greenaway, KR Storrs, MC Philipp, WR Louis, MJ Hornsey, KD Vohs
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 56, 235-241, 2015
332015
Not all face aftereffects are equal
KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Vision research 64, 7-16, 2012
272012
Deep convolutional neural networks outperform feature-based but not categorical models in explaining object similarity judgments
KM Jozwik, N Kriegeskorte, KR Storrs, M Mur
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1726, 2017
232017
Face aftereffects involve local repulsion, not renormalization
KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Journal of Vision 15 (8), 1-1, 2015
102015
Sociality of facial expressions in immersive virtual environments: A facial EMG study
MC Philipp, KR Storrs, EJ Vanman
Biological psychology 91 (1), 17-21, 2012
82012
Grid cells for conceptual spaces?
N Kriegeskorte, KR Storrs
Neuron 92 (2), 280-284, 2016
52016
Shape aftereffects reflect shape constancy operations: Appearance matters.
KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (3), 616, 2013
42013
Facial age aftereffects provide some evidence for local repulsion (but none for re-normalisation)
KR Storrs
i-Perception 6 (2), 100-103, 2015
32015
Evidence for tilt normalization can be explained by anisotropic orientation sensitivity
KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Journal of vision 15 (1), 26-26, 2015
32015
Why the long face? The importance of vertical image structure for biological “barcodes” underlying face recognition
ML Spence, KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Journal of vision 14 (8), 25-25, 2014
32014
Shape adaptation exaggerates shape differences.
KR Storrs, DH Arnold
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (1), 181, 2017
22017
Extracting object identity: ventral or dorsal visual stream?
V Pelekanos, M Mur, KR Storrs
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (24), 6368-6370, 2016
22016
Deep Learning for Cognitive Neuroscience
KR Storrs, N Kriegeskorte
arXiv preprint arXiv:1903.01458, 2019
12019
THE MOTIVATION FOR CONTROL Loss of control promotes energy, effort, and action
KH Greenaway, MC Philipp, KR Storrs
Coping with Lack of Control in a Social World, 35-48, 2017
12017
Architecture matters: How well neural networks explain IT representation does not depend on depth and performance alone
K Storrs, J Mehrer, A Walther, N Kriegeskorte
Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN), 2017
12017
Why the Long Face? The critical role of vertical configural relations in face'barcodes' for recognition
M Spence, K Storrs, D Arnold
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 574-574, 2014
12014
Adaptive Paired-Comparison Method for Subjective Video Quality Assessment on Mobile Devices
K Storrs, S Van Leuven, S Kojder, L Theis, F Huszár
2018 Picture Coding Symposium (PCS), 169-173, 2018
2018
Category-Specialised Neural Networks Best Explain Representations in Category-Selective Visual Areas
K Storrs, J Mehrer, A Walter, N Kriegeskorte
PERCEPTION 46 (10), 1217-1218, 2017
2017
The motivation for control: Loss of control promotes energy, effort, and action
KR Storrs, MC Philipp, KH Greenaway
Coping with Lack of Control in a Social World, 45-58, 2016
2016
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