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Frédéric Poirier

Frédéric Poirier - Chercheur postdoctoral

frederic.poirier@umontreal.ca

514-343-6111 - Poste: 8824


Formation :

  • Ph.D. Université Queen's (Kingston), psychologie : Perception de visages (reconnaissance, expressions faciales),
    malaise associée aux simulateurs

Technologies :

  • Simulateur Automobile,
  • Matlab.

Populations :

  • Adultes,
  • Personnes agées.

Publications :

  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Wilson, H.R. (2010). A biologically-plausible model of human symmetry perception. Journal of Vision, 10(1):9, 1–16, http://journalofvision.org/10/1/9/, doi:10.1167/10.1.9.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M. (2009). The Anderson & Winawer illusion: It's not occlusion. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 71 (6), 1353-1359, doi:10.3758/APP.71.6.1353
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., Gosselin, F., & Arguin, M. (2008). Perceptive Fields of Saliency. Journal of Vision, 8 (15): 14, 1-19, http://journalofvision.org/8/15/14/, doi:10.1167/8.15.14.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Wilson, H.R. (2007). Object Perception and Masking: Contributions of Sides and Convexities. Vision Research, 45 (23), 3001-3011.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Wilson, H.R. (2006). A biologically plausible model of human radial frequency perception. Vision Research, 46 (15), 2443-2455.
  • Gurnsey, R., Poirier, F.J.A.M., Bluett, P., & Leibov, L. (2006). Identification of 3D shape from texture and motion across the visual field. Journal Of Vision, 6 (5), 543-553.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Gurnsey, R. (2005). Non-monotonic changes in performance with eccentricity modeled by multiple eccentricity dependent limitations. Vision Research, 45 (18), 2436-2448.
  • Sally, S.L., Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Gurnsey, R. (2005). Orientation discrimination across the visual field: size scaling estimates at contrast threshold. Perception & Psychophysics, 67 (4), 638-647.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Frost, B.J. (2005). Global orientation aftereffect in multi-attribute displays: implications for the binding problem. Vision Research, 45 (4), 497-506.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Gurnsey, R. (2002). Two eccentricity-dependent limitations on subjective contour discrimination. Vision Research, 42 (2), 227-238.
  • Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Gurnsey, R. (1998). The effect of eccentricity and spatial frequency on the orientation discrimination asymmetry. Spatial Vision, 11 (4), 349-366.
  • Gurnsey, R., Poirier, F.J.A.M., & Gascon, E. (1996). There is no evidence that Kanisza-type subjective contours can be detected in parallel. Perception, 25 (7), 861-874.

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