Nikos Gekas
Nikos Gekas
Independent research fellow, University of Nottingham
Verified email at nottingham.ac.uk
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Complexity and specificity of experimentally-induced expectations in motion perception
N Gekas, M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 13 (4), 8-8, 2013
472013
A normalization mechanism for estimating visual motion across speeds and scales
N Gekas, AI Meso, GS Masson, P Mamassian
Current Biology 27 (10), 1514-1520. e3, 2017
92017
Expectations developed over multiple timescales facilitate visual search performance
N Gekas, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 15 (9), 10-10, 2015
92015
Disambiguating serial effects of multiple timescales
N Gekas, KC McDermott, P Mamassian
Journal of vision 19 (6), 24-24, 2019
52019
Perceptual effects of adaptation over multiple timescales
N Gekas, K McDermott, P Mamassian
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 489-489, 2017
12017
Speed channel interactions in naturalistic motion stimuli
N Gekas, A Meso, G Masson, P Mamassian
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1131-1131, 2016
12016
Dynamic non-linear interactions serving speed estimation inferred from channel interactions during ocular following
GS Masson, N Gekas, AI Meso, C Simoncini, P Mamassian
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 167b-167b, 2019
2019
History Effects on Perception of Noisy Stimuli
N Gekas, P Mamassian
PERCEPTION 48, 12-12, 2019
2019
Mapping the effects of stimulus history on perception
N Gekas, P Mamassian
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 8-8, 2018
2018
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Journal of Vision 18, 1, 2018
2018
Speed uncertainty and motion perception with naturalistic random textures
N Gekas, L Perrinet, P Mamassian, A Montagnini, G Masson
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 345-345, 2018
2018
Effect of orthogonal adaptation on the perceived velocity of multidirectional random dot stimuli at different speeds
N Gekas, P Mamassian
PERCEPTION 45, 101-101, 2016
2016
Complexity, specificity, and the timescales of developing expectations in visual perception
N Gekas
The University of Edinburgh, 2015
2015
Expectations developed over multiple timescales facilitate visual search
N Gekas, AR Seitz, P Series
2015
2009-2012: Marie Curie Exchange Grant: FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES with Norbert Kopco (Slovakia) and Aaron Seitz (USA). co-PI (£ 50,000 for Edinburgh).
M Chalk, G Sotiropoulos, V Valton, S Yarrow, N Gekas
2013
Complexity and specificity of experimentally-induced expectations
N Gekas, M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Series
2013
Investigating the specificity of experimentally induced expectations in motion perception
N Gekas, A Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1137-1137, 2012
2012
Improving Rule Learning with ROC Analysis
N Gekas
University of Bristol, 2005
2005
Investigating specificity of experimentally induced prior expectations in motion perception
N Gekas
Complexity and specificity of experimentally induced expectations in motion perception Supplementary Materials
N Gekas, M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
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