Melanie Palomares, Ph.D.

Research Assistant Professor

  1. Palomares, M., Pettet, M., Vildavski, V., Hou, C. & Norcia, A.M. (2010).Connecting the dots: how local structure affects global integration in infants. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 22(7):1557-69.

  1. Pelli, D.G. & Palomares, M., (2000).Close Encounters: Details veto depth from shadows. Science, 287, 2425.

  1. Pelli, D.G., Majaj, N. J., Raizman, N., Christian, C.J., Kim, E., & Palomares, M. (2009).The role of Gestalt laws in letter identification. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 26(1):36-49.

  1. Palomares, M., Landau, B. & Egeth, H. (2009).Orientation perception in Williams Syndrome: discrimination and integration . Brain and Cognition. 70(1):21-30.

  1. Egeth, H. E., Leonard, C. & Palomares, M. (2009).The role of Attention in Subitizing: Is the magical number 1? . Visual Cognition. 16(4): 463-473.

  1. Palomares, M., Ogbonna, C., Landau B., & Egeth, H. (2009).Normal susceptibility to visual illusions in abnormal development: Evidence from Williams Syndrome. Perception. 38(2) 186-99.

  1. Palomares, M., Landau, B. & Egeth, H. (2008).Visuospatial interpolation in typically developing children and in people with Williams Syndrome. Vision Research. 48(23-24):2439-2450.

  1. Pelli DG, Palomares M, Majaj NJ. (2004) Crowding is unlike ordinary masking: distinguishing feature integration from detection. Journal of Vision., 4(12):1136-69.

  1. Majaj NJ, Pelli DG, Kurshan P. & Palomares M. (2002).The role of spatial frequency channels in letter identification. Vision Research. 42(9):1165-84.

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  1. Palomares, M., & Egeth, H. (2010). How element visibility affect visual enumeration. Vision Research. 50(19): 2000-2007.

Palomares, M., Englund, J.A. & Ahlers, S. (2011). Patterns and trajectories in Williams Syndrome:  the case of visual orientation discrimination. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 32:  1021-1029.