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Michael J. Tarr - Academic Mercenary


m i n i o n s

John Pyles - Senior Research Scientist, Scientific Operations Director, Pitt-CMU MR Center Psychology
Jayanth Koushik - Graduate Student, Program in Neural Computation/Machine Learning
Nadine Chang - Graduate Student, Robotics
Juliet Shafto - Graduate Student, Psychology
Aria Wang - Graduate Student, Program in Neural Computation
Austin Marcus - Lab Manager/Research Assistant, Psychology


a l u m n i

• Elissa Aminoff Assistant Professor of Psychology, Fordham University
• Elan Barenholtz - Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University
• Florin Cutu
• Chris D'Lauro - Assistant Professor, Air Force Academy
Sophie Lebrecht - CSO, Neon Labs, Inc. San Franciso, CA
Jessie Peissig - Associate Professor, Cal-State, Fullerton
Bruno Rossion - Professor, University of Louvain

PhDs (Thesis):
• Vlada Aginsky (Knowlton) - How Visual Landmarks are Selected During Small-Scale Navigation
• Alan Ashworth
Isabel Gauthier - Dissecting Face Recognition: The Role of Expertise and Level of Categorization in Object Recognition
William Hayward
• Cullen Jackson
• Chun-Chia Kung
Sophie Lebrecht - “Micro-Valences”: Affective Valence in “Neutral” Everyday Objects
Daniel Leeds - Searching for the Visual Components of Object Perception | Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Fordham University
• Galit Naor-Raz
• Adrian Nestor - The Featural Code of Face Perception
• Guilia Righi
• Heiða María Sigurðardóttir - Objects in Space
• Jean Vettel - Neural Integration of Multimodal Events
• Lindsay Victoria - The Organization of Object Categories in the Brain
Quoc Vuong - Spatio-temporal Signatures for Object Recognition: Motion and Shape Interact in Discriminating, Remembering, and Learning Novel Rotating Objects
• Pepper Williams - Prototypes, Exemplars, and Object Recognition (Note that this is an unpublished (but really good) paper that Pepper derived from his PhD thesis. The fact that this paper isn't published is pretty discouraging. The particular reviewers for this paper were so ridiculously picky and negative that we just moved on. So much for science.
Yang Xu - Cortical Spatiotemporal Plasticity in Visual Category Learning
• Ying Yang - Source-Space Analyses in MEG/EEG and Applications to Explore Spatio-temporal Neural Dynamics in Human Vision
• ...and for fun, here is the original SCRIBE document of Mike's PhD Thesis - Orientation Dependence in Three-Dimensional Object Recognition

Carol Jew - Research Assistant, tarrlab
Kevin Tan - Research Assistant, tarrlab

Elissa Aminoff, Tom Andrus, Peter Arcuni, Alex Bilsky, Doug Bitting, Preston Bost, Serena Butcher, Tami Edwards, Colin Ellis, Alexander Franks, Carolyn Fredericks, Julia Green, Danella Hafeman, Jeb Havens, Ari Johnson, Ashley Kingon, Scott Klemmer, April Lee, Doug Luce, Mohsin Malik, Steve Messé, Corinna Moore, David Muñoz, Giulia Righi, Leslie Roos, James Rosoff, Darren Seibert, Josh Siegel, James Servidea, Josh Tenenbaum, KaRin Turner, Ana Beth Van Gulick, Jon Villines, Joan Weisman, Scott Yu, Marion Zabinski, Jeff Zacks


c o l l a b o r a t o r s

Marlene Behrmann, CNBC, Psychology, Carnegie Mellon
Isabel Gauthier, Tom Palmeri, Psychology, Vanderbilt University
Deva Ramanan, Abhinav Gupta, Martial Hebert, Aarti Singh, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon
Rob Kass, Statistics, Carnegie Mellon
David Sheinberg, Neuroscience, Brown University