Maria Pereverzeva

Advisor:Scott Murray

Email: mariape "at" uw.edu

Vision; Visual Neuroscience; Neural Mechanisms of Lightness and Color Perception; fMRI ; Color Vision; Computational Aspects of Color Vision; Perceptual Constancies: Lightness Constancy; Color Constancy; Clinical Applications of Vision Research in Infants and Adults; Visual Development in Infants; Cognitive Development in Infants.

Publications

Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2014). Luminance gradient configuration determines perceived lightness in a simple geometric illusion. Front Hum Neurosci, 8, 977. | Reprint 583KB pdf |

Binda P., Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2014). Pupil size reflects the focus of feature-based attention. J Neurophysiol, 112(12), 3046-52. | Reprint 272KB pdf |

Pereverzeva M. and Bromfield W.D. (2013). Spatial nonuniformities and velocity of filling-in in dynamic brightness induction. J Vis, 13(5).

Binda P., Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2013). Pupil constrictions to photographs of the sun. J Vis, 13(6). | Reprint 1009KB pdf |

Binda P., Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2013). Attention to bright surfaces enhances the pupillary light reflex. J Neurosci, 33(5), 2199-204. | Reprint 583KB pdf |

Pereverzeva M. and Teller D.Y. (2009). Simultaneous color contrast in 4-month-old infants. Perception, 38(1), 30-43.

Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2009). Distant background information strongly affects lightness perception in dynamic displays. J Vis, 9(2), 19 1-10. | Reprint 564KB pdf |

Pereverzeva M. and Murray S.O. (2008). Neural activity in human V1 correlates with dynamic lightness induction. J Vis, 8(15), 8 1-10. | Reprint 743KB pdf |

Pereverzeva M. and Teller D.Y. (2005). Centering biases in heterochromatic brightness matching. Vision Res, 45, 3290-300.

Pereverzeva M. and Teller D.Y. (2004). Infant color vision: influence of surround chromaticity on spontaneous looking preferences. Vis Neurosci, 21(3), 389-95.

Teller D.Y., Pereverzeva M. and Civan A.L. (2003). Adult brightness vs. luminance as models of infant photometry: variability, biasability, and spectral characteristics for the two age groups favor the luminance model. J Vis, 3(5), 333-46.

Pereverzeva M., Hui-Lin Chien S., Palmer J. and Teller D.Y. (2002). Infant photometry: are mean adult isoluminance values a sufficient approximation to individual infant values?. Vision Res, 42(13), 1639-49.