Michelle R. Greene
Michelle R. Greene
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Barnard College, Columbia University
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Visual search in scenes involves selective and nonselective pathways
JM Wolfe, MLH Vő, KK Evans, MR Greene
Trends in cognitive sciences 15 (2), 77-84, 2011
The briefest of glances: The time course of natural scene understanding
MR Greene, A Oliva
Psychological science 20 (4), 464-472, 2009
Recognition of natural scenes from global properties: Seeing the forest without representing the trees
MR Greene, A Oliva
Cognitive psychology 58 (2), 137-176, 2009
Disentangling scene content from spatial boundary: complementary roles for the parahippocampal place area and lateral occipital complex in representing real-world scenes
S Park, TF Brady, MR Greene, A Oliva
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (4), 1333-1340, 2011
Reconsidering Yarbus: A failure to predict observers’ task from eye movement patterns
MR Greene, T Liu, JM Wolfe
Vision research 62, 1-8, 2012
Distinct contributions of functional and deep neural network features to representational similarity of scenes in human brain and behavior
IIA Groen, MR Greene, C Baldassano, L Fei-Fei, DM Beck, CI Baker
Elife 7, e32962, 2018
Visual scenes are categorized by function.
MR Greene, C Baldassano, A Esteva, DM Beck, L Fei-Fei
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 82, 2016
Statistics of high-level scene context
MR Greene
Frontiers in psychology 4, 54269, 2013
What you see is what you expect: rapid scene understanding benefits from prior experience
MR Greene, AP Botros, DM Beck, L Fei-Fei
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 1239-1251, 2015
High-level aftereffects to global scene properties.
MR Greene, A Oliva
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (6 …, 2010
Scene categorization at large visual eccentricities
M Boucart, C Moroni, M Thibaut, S Szaffarczyk, M Greene
Vision Research 86, 35-42, 2013
Visual categorization is automatic and obligatory: Evidence from Stroop-like paradigm
MR Greene, L Fei-Fei
Journal of vision 14 (1), 14-14, 2014
Basic level category structure emerges gradually across human ventral visual cortex
MC Iordan, MR Greene, DM Beck, L Fei-Fei
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (7), 1427-1446, 2015
Shared spatiotemporal category representations in biological and artificial deep neural networks
MR Greene, BC Hansen
PLoS Computational Biology 14 (7), e1006327, 2018
Disentangling the independent contributions of visual and conceptual features to the spatiotemporal dynamics of scene categorization
MR Greene, BC Hansen
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (27), 5283-5299, 2020
Typicality sharpens category representations in object-selective cortex
MC Iordan, MR Greene, DM Beck, L Fei-Fei
Neuroimage 134, 170-179, 2016
Natural scene categorization from conjunctions of ecological global properties
MR Greene, A Oliva
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 28 (28), 2006
Assessing neural network scene classification from degraded images
T Tadros, NC Cullen, MR Greene, EA Cooper
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 16 (4), 1-20, 2019
Global image properties do not guide visual search
MR Greene, JM Wolfe
Journal of vision 11 (6), 18-18, 2011
Estimations of object frequency are frequently overestimated
MR Greene
Cognition 149, 6-10, 2016
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