Alex Kale

Undergraduate Advisor: Scott Murray

Email: kalea "at" uw.edu

CV: AlexKale_CV.pdf

I am interested in interdisciplinary research incorporating philosophy, technology, and the study of human perception and cognition.

 Publications

Schallmo M.P., Kale A.M. and Murray S.O. (2019). The time course of different surround suppression mechanisms. J Vis, 19(4), 12. | Reprint 16.78MB pdf |

Schallmo M.P., Millin R., Kale A.M., Kolodny T., Edden R.A.E., Bernier R.A. and Murray S.O. (2019). Glutamatergic facilitation of neural responses in MT enhances motion perception in humans. Neuroimage, 184, 925-931. | Reprint 802KB pdf |

Murray S.O., Schallmo M.P., Kolodny T., Millin R., Kale A., Thomas P., Rammsayer T.H., Troche S.J., Bernier R.A. and Tadin D. (2018). Sex Differences in Visual Motion Processing. Curr Biol, 28(17), 2794-2799 e3. | Reprint 928KB pdf |

Millin R., Kolodny T., Flevaris A.V., Kale A.M., Schallmo M.P., Gerdts J., Bernier R.A. and Murray S.O. (2018). Reduced auditory cortical adaptation in autism spectrum disorder. Elife, 7. | Reprint 1.38MB pdf |

Schallmo M.P., Kale A.M., Millin R., Flevaris A.V., Brkanac Z., Edden R.A., Bernier R.A. and Murray S.O. (2018). Suppression and facilitation of human neural responses. Elife, 7. | Reprint 1.09MB pdf |