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    • Visual analytics to optimize patient-population evidence delivery for personalized care 

      Akushevich, Igor; Gersing, Kenneth R; Mane, KK; Owen, P; Pietrobon, Ricardo Santos; Schmitt, Charles; Wilhelmsen, K (2013 ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Biomedical Informatics, ACM-BCB 2013, 2013-11-28)
      Electronic medical records (EMR) can be used to identify cohorts of patients who are clinically comparable to an individual patient. In this paper, we describe an approach that applies visual analytics to EMR data to describe ...
    • Visual continuity across saccades is Influenced by expectations 

      Abzug, Zachary Mitchell; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (Journal of Vision, 2016-02-09)
      As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
    • Visual continuity across saccades is Influenced by expectations 

      Abzug, Zachary Mitchell; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (Journal of Vision, 2016-03-01)
      As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
    • Visual continuity across saccades is Influenced by expectations 

      Abzug, Zachary Mitchell; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (Journal of Vision, 2016-02-09)
      As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
    • Visual continuity across saccades is Influenced by expectations 

      Abzug, Zachary Mitchell; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (Journal of Vision, 2016-02-09)
      As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
    • Visual continuity across saccades is influenced by expectations. 

      Abzug, Zachary Mitchell; Rao, Hrishikesh; Sommer, Marc A (J Vis, 2016)
      As we make saccades, the image on each retina is displaced, yet our visual perception is uninterrupted. This is commonly referred to as transsaccadic perceptual stability, but such a description is inadequate. Some visual ...
    • Visual Crowding in Glaucoma. 

      Medeiros, Felipe; Ogata, Nara G; Boer, Erwin R; Daga, Fábio B; Jammal, Alessandro A; Stringham, James M (Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 2019-02)
      Purpose:Crowding refers to the phenomenon in which objects that can be recognized when viewed in isolation are unrecognizable in clutter. Crowding sets a fundamental limit to the capabilities of the peripheral vision and ...
    • Visual Disobedience: The Geopolitics of Experimental Art in Central America, 1990-Present 

      Cornejo, Kency (2014)
      This dissertation centers on the relationship between art and politics in postwar Central America as materialized in the specific issues of racial and gendered violence that derive from the region's geopolitical location ...
    • Visual Feedback And The Grasping Function Of Prosthetic Hands 

      Jacques, Gary E.; Naumann, Stephen; Milner, Morris; Cleghorn, William; Bush, Greg; Hubbard, Sheila (1994)
      Upper limb amputees lack the benefit of tactile and proprioceptive feedback while using their pr osthetic hands It has been theorised that they rely almost exclusively upon vision to determine how well objects are grasped, ...
    • Visual imagery in autobiographical memory: The role of repeated retrieval in shifting perspective. 

      Butler, AC; Rice, HJ; Rubin, David C; Wooldridge, CL (Conscious Cogn, 2016-05)
      Recent memories are generally recalled from a first-person perspective whereas older memories are often recalled from a third-person perspective. We investigated how repeated retrieval affects the availability of visual ...
    • Visual input enhances selective speech envelope tracking in auditory cortex at a "Cocktail Party" 

      Zion Golumbic, E; Cogan, Gregory; Schroeder, CE; Poeppel, D (Journal of Neuroscience, 2013-01-23)
      Our ability to selectively attend to one auditory signal amid competing input streams, epitomized by the "Cocktail Party" problem, continues to stimulate research from various approaches. How this demanding perceptual feat ...
    • Visual memory loss and autobiographical amnesia: a case study. 

      Brechin, D; Eacott, MJ; Greenberg, DL; Rubin, David C (Neuropsychologia, 2005)
      Amnesia typically results from trauma to the medial temporal regions that coordinate activation among the disparate areas of cortex that represent the information that make up autobiographical memories. We proposed that ...
    • Visual memory-deficit amnesia: a distinct amnesic presentation and etiology. 

      Greenberg, DL; Rubin, David C (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 1998-04-28)
      We describe a form of amnesia, which we have called visual memory-deficit amnesia, that is caused by damage to areas of the visual system that store visual information. Because it is caused by a deficit in access to stored ...
    • Visual Object-Category Processing with and without Awareness 

      Harris, Joseph Allen (2012)
      Any information represented in the brain, whether an individual is aware of it or not, holds the potential to affect behavior. The extent of visual perceptual processing that occurs in the absence of awareness is therefore ...
    • Visual perception and corollary discharge. 

      Sommer, Marc A; Wurtz, RH (Perception, 2008)
      Perception depends not only on sensory input but also on the state of the brain receiving that input. A classic example is perception of a stable visual world in spite of the saccadic eye movements that shift the images ...
    • Visual search performance is predicted by both prestimulus and poststimulus electrical brain activity. 

      Appelbaum, Lawrence Gregory; Clark, K; Lorist, MM; van den Berg, Berry; Woldorff, Marty G (Sci Rep, 2016-11-30)
      An individual's performance on cognitive and perceptual tasks varies considerably across time and circumstances. We investigated neural mechanisms underlying such performance variability using regression-based analyses to ...
    • Visualization of arrestin recruitment by a G-protein-coupled receptor. 

      Blanc, A; Chen, X; Choi, M; Dosey, AM; Gu, LL; Hanna, R; Huang, Li-Yin; ... (29 authors) (Nature, 2014-08-14)
      G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are critically regulated by β-arrestins, which not only desensitize G-protein signalling but also initiate a G-protein-independent wave of signalling. A recent surge of structural data ...
    • Visualization of EHR and Health Related Data for Information Discovery 

      West, Vivian L; Borland, D; Hammond, WE (http://www.visualanalyticshealthcare.org/VAHC2013/docs/VAHC2013_proceedings_LowRes.pdf, 2017-06-02)
    • Visualizing Access in New England’s Groundfish Fishery: Examining Access to Fish Dealers Using Geospatial Analysis 

      Benjamin, Sharon (2012-04-25)
      The New England fishing industry has consolidated significantly over the last few decades as fish stocks in many areas have declined and the regulatory system has changed. This is due to both intended and unintended results ...
    • Visualizing Rare Watson-Crick-Like Tautomeric and Anionic Mismatches in DNA and RNA 

      Kimsey, Isaac Joseph (2016)
      The central dogma of molecular biology relies on the correct Watson-Crick (WC) geometry of canonical deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) dG•dC and dA•dT base pairs to replicate and transcribe genetic information with speed and an ...