Jon Peirce
Jon Peirce
School of Psychology, University of Nottingham
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PsychoPy—psychophysics software in Python
JW Peirce
Journal of neuroscience methods 162 (1-2), 8-13, 2007
38792007
Generating stimuli for neuroscience using PsychoPy
JW Peirce
Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 2 (10), 2009
14862009
PsychoPy2: Experiments in behavior made easy
J Peirce, JR Gray, S Simpson, M MacAskill, R H÷chenberger, H Sogo, ...
Behavior research methods 51 (1), 195-203, 2019
9872019
Sheep don't forget a face
KM Kendrick, AP da Costa, AE Leigh, MR Hinton, JW Peirce
Nature 414 (6860), 165-166, 2001
3282001
Profound contrast adaptation early in the visual pathway
SG Solomon, JW Peirce, NT Dhruv, P Lennie
Neuron 42 (1), 155-162, 2004
2962004
Configurational coding, familiarity and the right hemisphere advantage for face recognition in sheep
JW Peirce, AE Leigh, KM Kendrick
Neuropsychologia 38 (4), 475-483, 2000
1772000
Computer graphic studies of the role of facial similarity in judgements of attractiveness
IS Penton-Voak, DL Perrett, JW Peirce
Validation in Psychology, 133-149, 2018
1672018
The impact of suppressive surrounds on chromatic properties of cortical neurons
SG Solomon, JW Peirce, P Lennie
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (1), 148-160, 2004
1182004
Building experiments in PsychoPy
J Peirce, M MacAskill
Sage, 2018
1102018
The timing mega-study: Comparing a range of experiment generators, both lab-based and online
D Bridges, A Pitiot, MR MacAskill, JW Peirce
PeerJ 8, e9414, 2020
1072020
The potential importance of saturating and supersaturating contrast response functions in visual cortex
JW Peirce
Journal of vision 7 (6), 13-13, 2007
992007
Human face recognition in sheep: lack of configurational coding and right hemisphere advantage
JW Peirce, AE Leigh, KM Kendrick
Behavioural Processes 55 (1), 13-26, 2001
802001
A comparison of fMRI adaptation and multivariate pattern classification analysis in visual cortex
P Sapountzis, D Schluppeck, R Bowtell, JW Peirce
Neuroimage 49 (2), 1632-1640, 2010
652010
Transfer of perceptual learning between different visual tasks
DP McGovern, BS Webb, JW Peirce
Journal of vision 12 (11), 4-4, 2012
572012
Understanding mid-level representations in visual processing
JW Peirce
Journal of Vision 15 (7), 5-5, 2015
482015
Functional asymmetry in sheep temporal cortex
JW Peirce, KM Kendrick
Neuroreport 13 (18), 2395-2399, 2002
482002
Selective mechanisms for simple contours revealed by compound adaptation
S Hancock, JW Peirce
Journal of Vision 8 (7), 11-11, 2008
472008
Two expressions of “surround suppression” in V1 that arise independent of cortical mechanisms of suppression
C Tailby, SG Solomon, JW Peirce, AB Metha
Visual neuroscience 24 (1), 99-109, 2007
462007
Contribution of large scale biases in decoding of direction-of-motion from high-resolution fMRI data in human early visual cortex
A Beckett, JW Peirce, RM Sanchez-Panchuelo, S Francis, D Schluppeck
Neuroimage 63 (3), 1623-1632, 2012
332012
Cortical representation of color is binocular
JW Peirce, SG Solomon, JD Forte, P Lennie
Journal of Vision 8 (3), 6-6, 2008
312008
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