Peggy Seriès
Peggy Seriès
Senior Lecturer in Informatics, University Edinburgh
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The “silent” surround of V1 receptive fields: theory and experiments
P Series, J Lorenceau, Y Frégnac
Journal of physiology-Paris 97 (4-6), 453-474, 2003
2452003
Tuning curve sharpening for orientation selectivity: coding efficiency and the impact of correlations
P Seriès, PE Latham, A Pouget
Nature neuroscience 7 (10), 1129-1135, 2004
2332004
Similarity-based extraction of individual networks from gray matter MRI scans
BM Tijms, P Seriès, DJ Willshaw, SM Lawrie
Cerebral cortex 22 (7), 1530-1541, 2012
1842012
Learning what to expect (in visual perception)
P Seriès, A Seitz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 668, 2013
1562013
Is the homunculus “aware” of sensory adaptation?
P Seriès, AA Stocker, EP Simoncelli
Neural computation 21 (12), 3271-3304, 2009
1452009
Bayes in the brain—on Bayesian modelling in neuroscience
M Colombo, P Seriès
The British journal for the philosophy of science 63 (3), 697-723, 2012
1352012
Rapidly learned stimulus expectations alter perception of motion
M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 10 (8), 2-2, 2010
1262010
Changing expectations about speed alters perceived motion direction
G Sotiropoulos, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Current Biology 21 (21), R883-R884, 2011
742011
Orientation dependent modulation of apparent speed: a model based on the dynamics of feed-forward and horizontal connectivity in V1 cortex
P Seriès, S Georges, J Lorenceau, Y Frégnac
Vision research 42 (25), 2781-2797, 2002
722002
Orientation dependent modulation of apparent speed: psychophysical evidence
S Georges, P Seriès, Y Frégnac, J Lorenceau
Vision research 42 (25), 2757-2772, 2002
652002
Hallucinations in Charles Bonnet syndrome induced by homeostasis: a deep Boltzmann machine model
P Series, D Reichert, AJ Storkey
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 23, 2020-2028, 2010
592010
Fisher and Shannon information in finite neural populations
S Yarrow, E Challis, P Series
Neural computation 24 (7), 1740-1780, 2012
552012
Charles Bonnet syndrome: evidence for a generative model in the cortex?
DP Reichert, P Series, AJ Storkey
PLoS computational biology 9 (7), e1003134, 2013
522013
Comprehensive review: Computational modelling of schizophrenia
V Valton, L Romaniuk, JD Steele, S Lawrie, P Seriès
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 83, 631-646, 2017
492017
Complexity and specificity of experimentally-induced expectations in motion perception
N Gekas, M Chalk, AR Seitz, P Seriès
Journal of vision 13 (4), 8-8, 2013
472013
Optimism as a prior belief about the probability of future reward
A Stankevicius, QJM Huys, A Kalra, P Seriès
PLoS computational biology 10 (5), e1003605, 2014
432014
The effect of neural adaptation on population coding accuracy
JM Cortes, D Marinazzo, P Series, MW Oram, TJ Sejnowski, ...
Journal of computational neuroscience 32 (3), 387-402, 2012
422012
Similar neural adaptation mechanisms underlying face gender and tilt aftereffects
C Zhao, P Seriès, PJB Hancock, JA Bednar
Vision research 51 (18), 2021-2030, 2011
412011
Autistic traits, but not schizotypy, predict increased weighting of sensory information in Bayesian visual integration
P Karvelis, AR Seitz, SM Lawrie, P Seriès
ELife 7, e34115, 2018
382018
Autistic traits, but not schizotypy, predict increased weighting of sensory information in Bayesian visual integration
P Karvelis, AR Seitz, SM Lawrie, P Seriès
ELife 7, e34115, 2018
382018
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