Elizabeth Zavitz (Arsenault)
Elizabeth Zavitz (Arsenault)
Research Fellow, Monash University
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TitleCited byYear
Public attitudes towards individuals with intellectual disabilities as measured by the concept of social distance
H Ouellette‐Kuntz, P Burge, HK Brown, E Arsenault
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 23 (2), 132-142, 2009
1442009
Rapid adaptation induces persistent biases in population codes for visual motion
E Zavitz, HH Yu, EG Rowe, MGP Rosa, NSC Price
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (16), 4579-4590, 2016
252016
Higher order texture statistics impair contrast boundary segmentation
E Arsenault, A Yoonessi, C Baker
Journal of Vision 11 (10), 2011
142011
Texture sparseness, but not local phase structure, impairs second-order segmentation
E Zavitz, CL Baker
Vision research 91, 45-55, 2013
102013
Higher order image structure enables boundary segmentation in the absence of luminance or contrast cues
E Zavitz, CL Baker
Journal of vision 14 (4), 14-14, 2014
92014
Correlated variability in the neurons with the strongest tuning improves direction coding
E Zavitz, HH Yu, MGP Rosa, NSC Price
Cerebral Cortex 29 (2), 615-626, 2017
82017
Texture segmentation in natural images: Contribution of higher-order image statistics to psychophysical performance
C Baker, A Yoonessi, E Arsenault
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 350-350, 2008
52008
Representation of Movement
NSC Price, Z E, B RT
Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology, 2017
4*2017
Contrast and luminance adaptation alter neuronal coding and perception of stimulus orientation
M Ghodrati, E Zavitz, MGP Rosa, NSC Price
Nature communications 10 (1), 941, 2019
22019
The role of higher-order statistics in naturalistic texture segmentation: modelling psychophysical data
E Arsenault, C Baker
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 1354-1354, 2010
22010
Understanding sensory information processing through simultaneous multi-area population recordings
E Zavitz, NSC Price
Frontiers in neural circuits 12, 2019
12019
Boundary segmentation of naturalistic textures: Roles of sparseness and local phase structure
E Arsenault, A Yoonessi, C Baker
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 1042-1042, 2009
12009
Weighting neurons by selectivity produces near-optimal population codes
E Zavitz, NSC Price
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (5), 1924-1937, 2019
2019
A “twisted” visual field map in the primate cortex predicted by topographic continuity
HH Yu, DP Rowley, E Zavitz, NSC Price, MGP Rosa
bioRxiv, 682187, 2019
2019
From noise to meaning: how visual information makes sense
E Zavitz
2018
Primate Visual Cortex
E Zavitz, MGP Rosa, NSC Price
Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology, 2017
2017
The most informative neural code accounts for population heterogeneity
E Zavitz, HH Yu, MGP Rosa, NSC Price
bioRxiv, 112037, 2017
2017
The Role of Higher-order Statistics in Segmentation of Natural Textures
E Arsenault
McGill University Libraries, 2013
2013
Segmentation mechanisms are sensitive to and can segment by higher-order statistics in naturalistic textures
E Arsenault, C Baker
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 1160-1160, 2011
2011
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