Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

ORIGINAL RESEARCH PAPERS

Maestri, M., Odel, J. and Hegdé, J.  Semantic descriptor ranking: A quantitative method for evaluating qualitative verbal reports of visual cognition in the laboratory or the clinic. Frontiers in Psychology 5:160. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00160 (2014). pdf


Bart, E., and Hegdé, J.  Illumination-invariant object recognition based on image fragments. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 6:56 (2012). pdf


Chen, X. and Hegdé, J.  Learning to break camouflage by learning the background. Psychological Science 23:1395 (2012). [Featured in Psychology Progress as a Key Research Article] pdf

Hegdé, J. Thompson, S.K., Brady, M. and Kersten, D. Object recognition in clutter: Cortical responses depend on the type of learning. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6:170 (2012). pdf


Hauffen, K., Bart, E., Brady, M., Kersten, D. and Hegdé, J.  Creating objects and object categories for studying perception and perceptual learning. Journal of Visualized Experiments 69:e3358 (2012). pdfpdf


Kromrey, S*., Bart. E*. and Hegdé, J.  What the ‘Moonwalk’ illusion reveals about the perception of depth-order from motion. PLoS ONE 6:e20951 (2011). [*These two authors contributed equally]  pdf


Hegdé, J. and Kersten, D. A link between visual disambiguation and visual memory. Journal of Neuroscience 30:15124-15133 (2010). pdf


Kromrey, S., Maestri, M., Hauffen, K., Bart, E. and Hegdé, J.  Fragment-based learning of visual categories in non-human primates. PLoS ONE 5:e15444 (2010). pdf


Hegdé, J. How reliable is pattern adaptation? A modeling study. Journal of Neurophysiology 102:2245-52 (2009). [Faculty of 1000 ‘Must Read’ selection] pdf


Hegdé, J., Bart, E. and Kersten, D. Fragment-based learning of visual object categories. Current Biology18:597-601 (2008). [Comment in: Vuong, QC. Visual categorization: when categories fall to pieces. Current Biology 18:R427-429 (2008)] pdf

Hegdé, J., Fang, F., Murray, S.O. and Kersten, D. Preferential responses to occluded objects in the human visual cortex. Journal of Vision 8:16.1-16.16 (2008). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. A comparative study of form processing in primate visual areas V4, V2 and V1. Cerebral Cortex 17:1100-1116 (2007). [Cover Article] [Faculty of 1000 selection] pdf
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Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Temporal dynamics of 2-D and 3-D shape representation in macaque visual area V4. Visual Neuroscience 23:749-763 (2006). [Cover Article] pdf
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Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Stimulus dependence of disparity coding in primate visual area V4. Journal of Neurophysiology 93:620-626 (2005). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. Modeling the observed center-surround summation in macaque visual area V1. Neurocomputing 63:499-525 (2005). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Role of primate visual area V4 in the processing of 3-D shape characteristics defined by disparity. Journal of Neurophysiology 94:2856-2866 (2005). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Temporal dynamics of shape representation in macaque visual area V2. Journal of Neurophysiology 92: 3030-3042 (2004). pdf


Hegdé, J., Albright, T.D. and Stoner, G.R. Second-order motion conveys depth order information. Journal of Vision 4:838-842 (2004). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Strategies of shape representation in macaque visual area V2. Selectivity for complex shapes in primate visual area V2. Visual Neuroscience 20:313-328 (2003). [Cover Article] pdf pdf


Hegdé. J. and Felleman, D.J. How selective are V1 cells for pop-out stimuli? Journal of Neuroscience   23:9968-9980 (2003). [Cover Article] pdf

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Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Selectivity for complex shapes in primate visual area V2. Journal of Neuroscience 20:RC61-66 (2000). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. The popout in some conjunction searches is due to perceptual grouping. NeuroReport 10:143-148 (1998). [Cover Article] pdf

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BOOK

Invariant Recognition of Objects

Edited by: Evgeniy Bart and Jay Hegdé

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 978-2-88919-076-8

Frontiers Media SA (2013)

REVIEWS/COMMENTARIES

Bart, E., and Hegdé, J. Exploiting temporal continuity of views to learn visual object invariance. Frontiers in Neuroscience 7:26 (2013). [Invited commentary] pdf


Bart, E., and Hegdé, J. Emerging principles of invariant recognition of visual objects. Frontiers in Neuroscience 6:60 (2012). [Editorial] pdf


Hegdé, J. Overfitting. In: Encyclopedia of Research Design, Salkind, Neil J., ed. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. (2010). [Invited article]


Hegdé, J. Decision rule. In: Encyclopedia of Research Design, Salkind, Neil J., ed. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. (2010). [Invited article]


Hegdé, J. Time course of visual perception: Coarse-to-fine processing and beyond. Progress in Neurobiology 84:405-439 (2008). [Invited article] pdf


Hegdé, J. Mental time travel sickness and a Bayesian remedy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30:323-324 (2007). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D. J. Reappraising the functional implications of the primate visual anatomical hierarchy. The Neuroscientist13:416-421 (2007). [Invited article] pdf


Hegdé, J. Search for the neural correlates of perceptual learning. Journal of Neuroscience 26:8877-8878 (2006). pdf


Hegdé, J. and Johnson, N. A. Folk psychology meets folk Darwinism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29:476-477 (2006). pdf


Boynton, G. and Hegdé, J. Visual cortex: The continuing puzzle of area V2. Current Biology 14:R523-R524 (2004). [Invited article] pdf

FUND-RAISING SERVICE WRITING

Hegdé, J. Romancing Vision, the ‘Make-Do Artist’. VDI Vision. Summer 2012 (2012). [Invited article] pdf

ABSTRACTS

Chen, X. and Hegdé, J. Neural mechanisms of camouflage-breaking: A human fMRI study. Journal of Vision 12:582 (2012).


Streeb, N., Chen, X. and Hegdé, J. Learning-dependent changes in brain responses while learning to break camouflage: A human fMRI study. Journal of Vision 12:1131 (2012).


Hegdé, J. and Chen, X. Role of occipital cortex in the perception of depth-order from motion: A human fMRI study. Journal of Vision 12:236 (2012).


Hauffen K., Van Loozen, D. and Hegdé, J. Attentional interference in normal and impaired vision. 3rd Annual Retreat of the Vision Discovery Institute.  Feb. 15, 2011.


Maestri, M., Hauffen K. and Hegdé, J.  A novel method for characterizing cognitive deficits in visual perception. 3rd Annual Retreat of the Vision Discovery Institute.  Feb. 15, 2011.


Chen, X. and Hegdé, J. Learning to break camouflage by learning the background. 3rd Annual Retreat of the Vision Discovery Institute.  Feb. 15, 2011.


Van Loozen, D., Hauffen K. and Hegdé, J. Attentional interference in normal and impaired vision. Summer Research Day, School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia.  Sept. 20, 2010.


Kromrey, S., Maestri, M., Hauffen, K., Bart, E. and Hegdé, J. Time course of visual object categorization in the macaque visual area V4. Psychophysiology 47, 3.1.2 (2010).


Kromrey, S.A., Howard, S.M. and Hegdé, J. Neural Mechanisms of Perception of Depth-order from Motion: A Human fMRI Study. Journal of Vision 10:49 (2010).


Epting, A. and Hegdé, J. The Role of Temporal ‘Priors’ in the Perception of Depth-Order from Motion: A Priming Study. Journal of Vision 10:48 (2010).


Chen, X. and Hegdé, J. Implicit learning of background texture while learning to break camouflage Journal of Vision 10:1114 (2010).


Kromrey, S.A., Howard, S.M. and Hegdé, J. Accretion-deletion cue is insufficient for determining depth-order from motion. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 380.3 (2009).


Howard, S.M., Kromrey, S.A.and Hegdé, J. Role of accretion-deletion cue in determining depth-order from motion. GA/SC Neuroscience Consortium Meeting Abstracts, Athens, GA. (2009).


Bart, E., Hegdé, J. and Kersten, D. Fragment-based learning of visual categories. Cosyne p. 121. (2008).


Hegdé, J., Thompson, S. K. and Kersten, D. Identifying faces in two-tone (‘Mooney’) images: A psychophysical and fMRI study. Journal of Vision 7:624 (2007).


Hegdé, J., Thompson, S.K. and Kersten, D. Psychophysical and fMRI studies of the role of prior knowledge in visual perception. Vision Sciences Society Abstracts/Journal of Vision 6:677a (2006).


Thompson, S., Hegdé, J. and Kersten, D. Learning novel objects in camouflage. Visual Learning and Recognition Workshop Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (2006).


Hegdé, J., Thompson, S. and Kersten, D. Object recognition in cluttered visual scenes: Is it better to learn objects in the presence or the absence of clutter? Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 438.19 (2006).


Hegdé, J., Fang, F., Murray, S.O. and Kersten, D. Neural mechanisms of interpretation of occluded objects: A human fMRI study. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 31:768.12 (2005).


Hegdé, J. and Albright, T.D. Is selective spatial frequency adaptation diagnostic of neuronal mechanisms of spatial frequency processing? A modeling study. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 30:986.20 (2004).


Hegdé, J., Albright, T.D. and Stoner G.R. Contextual effects of binocular depth cues and shadow-based depth cues on motion interpretation. Journal of Vision 3:804a (2003).


Stoner, G.R., Albright, T.D. and Hegdé, J. Depth order perception in first- and second-order motion stimuli. Journal of Vision 3:799a (2003).


Anzai, A., Van Essen, D.C., Peng, X. and Hegdé, J. Receptive field structure of monkey V2 neurons for encoding orientation contrast. Journal of Vision 2:221a (2002).


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Selectivity for 3-D shape characteristics defined by stereoscopic disparity in macaque visual area V4. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 27:165.7 (2001).


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. Linearity of center-surround summation of low contrast stimuli in primate visual area V1. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts 26:141 (2000).


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Selectivity for complex forms in primate visual area V1. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 25:1548 (1999).


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Population analyses of selectivity for contour and grating stimuli in macaque visual area V2. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 24:1506 (1998).


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Selectivity for Contours in visual area V2. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 38:4492 (1997).


Hegdé, J. and Van Essen, D.C. Selectivity for non-Cartesian and conventional gratings in visual area V2. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 23:1395 (1997).


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. Parallel processing or perceptual grouping? Society of Neuroscience Abstract 21:512 (1996).


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. Neurons in area V1 respond similarly to pop-out and non-popout stimuli. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 37:S484 (1996).


Hegdé, J. and Felleman, D.J. Distribution of parvalbumin and SMI32 immunoreactivities in extrastriate visual cortex of the macaque. Society of Neuroscience Abstract 20:428 (1995).


Hegdé, J., Xiao, Y., Emery, J.M. and Felleman, D.J. Effects of adult onset of aphakia on the functional architecture of macaque LGN and V1. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 35:2411 (1994).

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