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Cognition does not affect perception: Evaluating the evidence for “top-down” effects
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, e229, 2016
11642016
“Top-down” effects where none should be found: The El Greco fallacy in perception research
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Psychological science 25 (1), 38-46, 2014
2942014
How “Paternalistic” Is Spatial Perception? Why Wearing a Heavy Backpack Doesn’t—and Couldn’t—Make Hills Look Steeper
C Firestone
Perspectives on Psychological science 8 (4), 455-473, 2013
1832013
Humans can decipher adversarial images
Z Zhou, C Firestone
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1334, 2019
1492019
Performance vs. competence in human–machine comparisons
C Firestone
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (43), 26562-26571, 2020
1402020
Deepfake detection by human crowds, machines, and machine-informed crowds
M Groh, Z Epstein, C Firestone, R Picard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (1), e2110013119, 2022
1352022
The perception of relations
A Hafri, C Firestone
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 25 (6), 475-492, 2021
1082021
Can you experience ‘top-down’ effects on perception?: The case of race categories and perceived lightness
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 694-700, 2015
1022015
“Please tap the shape, anywhere you like” shape skeletons in human vision revealed by an exceedingly simple measure
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Psychological science 25 (2), 377-386, 2014
1012014
The dark room problem
Z Sun, C Firestone
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (5), 346-348, 2020
742020
Seeing structure: Shape skeletons modulate perceived similarity
AS Lowet, C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80, 1278-1289, 2018
692018
Enhanced visual awareness for morality and pajamas? Perception vs. memory in ‘top-down’ effects
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Cognition 136, 409–416, 2015
572015
Sustained representation of perspectival shape
J Morales, A Bax, C Firestone
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 14873-14882, 2020
532020
On the origin and status of the “El Greco fallacy”
C Firestone
Perception 42, 672–674, 2013
532013
Problems and mysteries of the many languages of thought
E Mandelbaum, Y Dunham, R Feiman, C Firestone, EJ Green, D Harris, ...
Cognitive Science 46 (12), e13225, 2022
422022
Finding the “odd one out”: Memory color effects and the logic of appearance
JJ Valenti, C Firestone
Cognition 191, 103934, 2019
402019
Curious objects: How visual complexity guides attention and engagement
Z Sun, C Firestone
Cognitive Science 45 (4), e12933, 2021
382021
Seeing physics in the blink of an eye
C Firestone, B Scholl
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 203-203, 2017
272017
When do ratings implicate perception versus judgment? The “overgeneralization test” for top-down effects
C Firestone, BJ Scholl
Visual Cognition 23, 1217–1226, 2015
262015
Seeing stability: Intuitive physics automatically guides selective attention
C Firestone, B Scholl
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 689-689, 2016
242016
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