Richard Johnston
Richard Johnston
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience Institute, Carnegie Mellon
Verified email at cmu.edu
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Why is the processing of global motion impaired in adults with developmental dyslexia?
R Johnston, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach, T Ledgeway
Brain and Cognition 108, 20-31, 2016
142016
Encoding of rapid time-varying information is impaired in poor readersJohnston, Pitchford, Roach, & Ledgeway
R Johnston, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach, T Ledgeway
Journal of vision 17 (5), 1-13, 2017
62017
Visual perception in dyslexia is limited by sub-optimal scale selection
R Johnston, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach, T Ledgeway
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 6953, 2017
52017
New insights into the role of motion and form vision in neurodevelopmental disorders
R Johnston, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach, T Ledgeway
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 83, 32-45, 2017
42017
Motion-based segmentation is impaired in developmental dyslexia
R Johnston, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach, L T
Perception 45, 184, 2016
32016
What is the underlying nature of the perceptual deficit in adult poor readers?
R Johnston, T Ledgeway, NJ Pitchford, NW Roach
Perception 44, 334, 2015
12015
EEG signals index a global signature of arousal embedded in neuronal population recordings
R Johnston, AC Snyder, RS Schibler, MA Smith
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The eyes reflect an internal cognitive state embedded in the population activity of cortical neurons
R Johnston, AC Snyder, SB Khanna, D Issar, MA Smith
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
A new computational model for decoding saccade-related activity in the frontal eye field
R Johnston, MA Smith
Society for Neuroscience, 2018
2018
Decorrelation in V4 by stimulation outside the receptive field.
R Johnston, MA Smith
Society for Neuroscience, 2018
2018
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