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Research Papers

Jabar, S. B., and Fougnie, D. How complex can the ‘shape’ of expectations be? Investigating error distributions under skewed priors. in progress. Poster

Jabar, S. B., Sreenivasan, K. K., Lentzou, S., Kanabar, A., Brady, T. F., & Fougnie, D. Using a betting game to reveal the rich nature of visual working memories. Under review. Pre-print

Jabar, S. B., and Fougnie, D. How do expectations change behavior? Investigating the contributions at encoding versus decision-making. In press. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. DOI will be this Poster

Hon, N. & Jabar, S. B. (2018). Learning in the target prevalence effect. Perception. DOI pdf

Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A. and Anderson, B. (2017). Knowing where is different from knowing what. Distinct response time profiles and accuracy effects for target location, orientation, and color probability. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. DOI pdf

Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A. and Anderson, B. (2017). Tuned by Experience: How Orientation Probability Modulates Early Perceptual Processing. Vision Research, 138, 86-96. DOI pdf

Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, B. (2017) Not all probabilities are equivalent: Evidence from orientation versus spatial probability learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42, 853-867. DOI pdf

Jabar, S. B., & Anderson, B. (2017). Orientation probability and spatial exogenous cuing improve perceptual precision and response speed by different mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:183. DOI pdf

Jabar, S. B., & Anderson, B. (2015). Probability shapes perceptual precision: A study in orientation estimation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41, 1666-1679. DOI pdf

Hon, N., Yap, M. J., & Jabar, S. B. (2013). The trajectory of the target probability effect. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75(4), 661-666. DOI pdf

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International Conferences

Jabar, S. B., Sreenivasan, K. K., Lentzou, S., Kanabar, A., Brady, T. F., and Fougnie, D. Using a betting game to reveal the rich nature of visual working memories. Poster at OPAM 2020. Virtual Conference.

Jabar, S. B., and Fougnie, D. How complex can the ‘shape’ of expectations be? Investigating error distributions under skewed priors. Poster at VSS 2020. Virtual Conference.

Jabar, S. B., and Fougnie, D. 'Priors' need not occur at perception: Pre vs. Post-stimulus cueing in a delayed matching task. Poster at VSS 2019. Florida, USA.

Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A. and Anderson, B. Knowing Where Is Different From Knowing What. Distinct Response Time Profiles and Accuracy Effects for Target Location, Orientation, and Color Probability. Poster at European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 2017. Berlin, Germany.

Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A, and Anderson, B. Orienting to probable stimuli affects early perception: Modulating the C1 visual evoked potential in an orientation estimation task. Poster at: Society for Neuroscience, 2016. San Diego, USA.

Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, B. Spatial probability improves detection, orientation probability improves precision: Modelling as neural gain versus tuning. Poster at VSS 2016. Florida, USA.

Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, Britt. Influence of Spatial versus Orientation Probability on Perceptual Estimations. Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2015. Ottawa, Canada.

Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, Britt. Modelling Probability Effects as Differences in Neuron Tuning. Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2014. Toronto, Canada.

Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, Britt. Probability cues enhance perceptual estimations. Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, 2014. Florida, USA.

Hon, N, & Jabar, S. B. Learning about rare targets. Poster at the 54th Annual Meeting of The Psychonomic Society, November 15th 2013, Toronto, Canada.

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Reviewing Experience

Frontiers in Psychology (2015)

Vision (2019)

Information (2019)

Cognitive Science Society (2020)

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