Marisa Carrasco
Marisa Carrasco
Silver Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, Collegiate Professor, New York University
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TitleCited byYear
Visual attention: The past 25 years
M Carrasco
Vision research 51 (13), 1484-1525, 2011
15102011
Attention alters appearance
M Carrasco, S Ling, S Read
Nature Neuroscience, 2004
10422004
Emotion facilitates perception and potentiates the perceptual benefits of attention
EA Phelps, S Ling, M Carrasco
Psychological science 17 (4), 292-299, 2006
8132006
Attention improves or impairs visual performance by enhancing spatial resolution
Y Yeshurun, M Carrasco
Nature 396 (6706), 72-75, 1998
7231998
Spatial covert attention increases contrast sensitivity across the CSF: support for signal enhancement
M Carrasco, C Penpeci-Talgar, M Eckstein
Vision research 40 (10-12), 1203-1215, 2000
5172000
The eccentricity effect: Target eccentricity affects performance on conjunction searches
M Carrasco, DL Evert, I Chang, SM Katz
Perception & Psychophysics 57 (8), 1241-1261, 1995
3681995
Spatial attention improves performance in spatial resolution tasks
Y Yeshurun, M Carrasco
Vision research 39 (2), 293-306, 1999
3351999
Covert attention accelerates the rate of visual information processing
M Carrasco, B McElree
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (9), 5363-5367, 2001
3322001
Covert attention affects the psychometric function of contrast sensitivity
EL Cameron, JC Tai, M Carrasco
Vision research 42 (8), 949-967, 2002
3272002
Cortical magnification neutralizes the eccentricity effect in visual search
M Carrasco, KS Frieder
Vision Research 37 (1), 63-82, 1997
2671997
Covert attention increases spatial resolution with or without masks: Support for signal enhancement
M Carrasco, PE Williams, Y Yeshurun
Journal of vision 2 (6), 4-4, 2002
2662002
Characterizing visual performance fields: Effects of transient covert attention, spatial frequency, eccentricity, task and set size
M Carrasco, CP Talgar, EL Cameron
Spatial vision 15 (1), 61, 2001
2542001
Attention enhances contrast sensitivity at cued and impairs it at uncued locations
F Pestilli, M Carrasco
Vision research 45 (14), 1867-1875, 2005
2482005
The contribution of covert attention to the set-size and eccentricity effects in visual search.
M Carrasco, Y Yeshurun
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (2), 673, 1998
2431998
Sustained and transient covert attention enhance the signal via different contrast response functions
S Ling, M Carrasco
Vision research 46 (8-9), 1210-1220, 2006
2362006
When size matters: attention affects performance by contrast or response gain
K Herrmann, L Montaser-Kouhsari, M Carrasco, DJ Heeger
Nature neuroscience 13 (12), 1554, 2010
2282010
Vehicular ad hoc networks: architectures, research issues, methodologies, challenges, and trends
W Liang, Z Li, H Zhang, S Wang, R Bie
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 11 (8), 745303, 2015
2092015
Attention alters the appearance of spatial frequency and gap size
J Gobell, M Carrasco
Psychological science 16 (8), 644-651, 2005
2042005
When sustained attention impairs perception
S Ling, M Carrasco
Nature neuroscience 9 (10), 1243-1245, 2006
1852006
Voluntary attention enhances contrast appearance
T Liu, J Abrams, M Carrasco
Psychological science 20 (3), 354-362, 2009
1832009
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