Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory

Research Overview

  • Behavioural and physiological responses to visual stimuli (msec reaction time, EEG, eye tracking, pupil responses)
  • Effects of electrophysiological stimulation on behavioural and physiological responses to visual stimuli
  • Modelling the relationship between visual input, and behavioural and physiological responses

Staff

Jacob M Paul, RA

Research Publications

  • Goodbourn PT, Forte JD. Spatial limitations of fast temporal segmentation are best modelled by V1 receptive fields. Journal of vision 2013; 13(13): 23.
  • Bode S, Sewell D, Lilburn S, Forte J.D, Smith PL, Stahl J. Predicting perceptual decision biases from early brain activity. The Journal of Neuroscience 2012; 32(36): 12488-12498.
  • Nicholls M, Thomas NAM, Loetscher T, Wignall SJ, Yates M, Forte J, et al. The relationship between vertical stimulation and horizontal attentional asymmetries. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  2012; 65(12): 2384-2396. [10.1080/17470218.2012.688979]
  • Stanley J, Forte J, Cavanagh P, Carter O. Onset rivalry: the initial dominance phase is independent of ongoing perceptual alternations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2011; 5: 140.
  • Stanley J, Carter O, Forte J. Color and luminance influence, but cannot explain, binocular rivalry onset bias. PLoS ONE 2011; 6(5): e18978, 1-9.
  • Martin PR, Blessing EM, Buzás P, Szmajda BA, Forte JD. Transmission of colour and acuity signals by parvocellular cells in marmoset monkeys. Journal of Physiology 1, 589: 2795-812.
  • Nicholls M, Forte J, Loetscher T, Orr C, Yates M, Bradshaw J. Near, yet so far: The effect of pictorial cues on spatial attention. Brain and Cognition 2011; 76(3): 349-352. [10.1016/j.bandc.2011.04.006]
  • Josev E, Forte J, Nicholls M. Left of centre: Asymmetries for the horizontal vertical line illusion. Psychological Research 2011; 75(5): 435-443. [10.1007/s00426-010-0315-2]
  • Tailby C, Dobbie WJ, Solomon SG, Szmajda BA, Hashemi-Nezhad M, Forte JD, Martin PR. Receptive field asymmetries produce color-dependent direction selectivity in primate lateral geniculate nucleus. Journal of Vision 2010; 10(8): 1-18, doi:10.1167/10.8.1.
  • Morris AP, Liu CC, Cropper SJ, Forte JD, Krekelberg B, Mattingley JB. Summation of visual motion across eye movements reflects a nonspatial decision mechanism. Journal of Neuroscience 2010; 30(29): 9821-9830.

Research Projects

This Research Group doesn't currently have any projects



Faculty Research Themes

Neuroscience

School Research Themes

Cognitive Psychology and Behavioural Neuroscience



Key Contact

For further information about this research, please contact Dr Jason Forte

Department / Centre

Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences