Ron Dekel
Ron Dekel
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Tilt aftereffect due to adaptation to natural stimuli
R Dekel, D Sagi
Vision Research 117, 91-99, 2015
172015
Perceptual bias is reduced with longer reaction times during visual discrimination
R Dekel, D Sagi
Communications biology 3 (1), 1-12, 2020
82020
Human perception in computer vision
R Dekel
arXiv preprint arXiv:1701.04674, 2017
82017
Expectations and visual aftereffects
N Pinchuk-Yacobi, R Dekel, D Sagi
Journal of vision 16 (15), 19-19, 2016
42016
Interaction of contexts in context-dependent orientation estimation
R Dekel, D Sagi
Vision research 169, 58-72, 2020
12020
ImageNet-trained deep neural network exhibits illusion-like response to the Scintillating Grid
ED Sun, R Dekel
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.09019, 2019
12019
Expectation and the tilt aftereffect
N Pinchuk-Yacobi, R Dekel, D Sagi
Journal of vision 15 (12), 39-39, 2015
12015
A decision-time account of individual variability in context-dependent orientation estimation
R Dekel, D Sagi
Vision Research 177, 20-31, 2020
2020
Deep Neural Networks as a computational model for early vision: Lateral masking and contour integration
Y Bonneh, R Dekel
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1356-1356, 2020
2020
Seeing, fast and slow: the effects of processing time on perceptual bias
R Dekel, D Sagi
bioRxiv, 556944, 2019
2019
Spatial selectivity of tilt aftereffect depends on long-term history
R Dekel, D Sagi
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 257-257, 2018
2018
Tilt Aftereffect due to Adaptation to Natural Images
R Dekel, D Sagi
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 764-764, 2015
2015
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