• Publications
  • Influence
Attention and the subjective expansion of time
During brief, dangerous events, such as car accidents and robberies, many people report that events seem to pass in slow motion, as if time had slowed down. We have measured a similar, although lessExpand
  • 382
  • 44
  • Open Access
Complete mergeability and amodal completion.
  • P. Tse
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Acta psychologica
  • 1 September 1999
When image fragments are taken to correspond to the visible portions of a single occluded object, the object is said to 'amodally complete' behind the occluder. Kellman and Shipley (Kellman, P. J., &Expand
  • 55
  • 11
  • Open Access
The duration of 3-D form analysis in transformational apparent motion
Transformational apparent motion (TAM) occurs when a figure changes discretely from one configuration to another overlapping configuration. Rather than an abrupt shape change, the initial shape isExpand
  • 60
  • 9
  • Open Access
White Matter Structure Changes as Adults Learn a Second Language
Traditional models hold that the plastic reorganization of brain structures occurs mainly during childhood and adolescence, leaving adults with limited means to learn new knowledge and skills.Expand
  • 174
  • 8
  • Open Access
Neural correlates of transformational apparent motion
  • P. Tse
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • NeuroImage
  • 1 June 2006
UNLABELLED When a figure discretely and instantaneously changes its shape, observers typically do not perceive the abrupt transition between shapes that in fact occurs. Rather, a continuous shapeExpand
  • 51
  • 7
  • Open Access
Visibility, visual awareness, and visual masking of simple unattended targets are confined to areas in the occipital cortex beyond human V1/V2.
In visual masking, visible targets are rendered invisible by modifying the context in which they are presented, but not by modifying the targets themselves. Here, we localize the neuronal correlatesExpand
  • 134
  • 6
  • Open Access
Network structure and dynamics of the mental workspace
Significance We do not know how the human brain mediates complex and creative behaviors such as artistic, scientific, and mathematical thought. Scholars theorize that these abilities requireExpand
  • 45
  • 6
  • Open Access
Knowing Who's Boss: fMRI and ERP Investigations of Social Dominance Perception
Humans use facial cues to convey social dominance and submission. Despite the evolutionary importance of this social ability, how the brain recognizes social dominance from the face is unknown. WeExpand
  • 81
  • 5
  • Open Access
A contour propagation approach to surface filling-in and volume formation.
  • P. Tse
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Psychological review
  • 1 August 2001
A new approach to surface and volume formation is introduced in response to the question, "Why do some silhouettes look 3 dimensional (3D) and others look 2D?" The central idea is that formExpand
  • 49
  • 5