Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Talluri, B. C.*, Urai, A. E.*, Tsetsos, K.**, Usher, M.**, Donner, T. H.** (2018). Confirmation bias through selective overweighting of choice-consistent evidence. Current Biology. 28, 1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.07.052. [Press coverage: University Medical Center Hamburg- Eppendorf (in German)University of Amsterdam, Eurekalert, Discover Magazine, Neuroscience News, MedicalXpress, Science Daily, International Business Times, News-Medical, AlphaGalileo]

Talluri, B. C., Hung, S.-C., Seitz, A. R., Seriès, P. (2015). Confidence-based integrated reweighting model of task-difficulty explains location-based specificity in perceptual learning. Journal of Vision. 15(10):17, 1-12. doi: 10.1167/15.10.17.

Working papers

Talluri, B. C.*, Urai, A. E.*, Tsetsos, K., Bronfman, Z. Z., Brezis, N., Usher, M.**, Donner, T. H.** Intermittent choice alters the gain of sensory evidence for continuous judgment, in preparation.

Poland, E.*, Talluri, B. C.*, Glim, S., Eichelberger, B., Treue, S., Krishna, B. S. Slow eye-movements reflect human decision-making about visual motion discrimination, in preparation.

Conference abstracts

Talluri, B. C.*, Urai, A. E.*, Tsetsos, K.**, Usher, M.**, Donner, T. H.** (2018). Confirmation Bias in Continuous Decisions: Giving more Weight to Choice-Consistent Evidence. Poster presented at the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience 2018, Berlin, Germany.

Talluri, B. C.*, Urai, A. E.*, Tsetsos, K., Bronfman, Z. Z., Brezis, N., Usher, M., Donner, T. H. (2017). Intermittent overt choice alters the temporal weighting of sensory evidence in a continuous visual estimation task. Poster presented at the European Conference on Visual Perception 2017, Berlin, Germany.

Rudiger, P., Stevens, J.-L., Talluri, B. C., Perrinet, L., Bednar, J. (2014). Relationship between natural image statistics and lateral connectivity in the primary visual cortex. Cosyne Abstracts 2014, Salt Lake city, USA.

Other documents

Papadimitriou, G., Fisher, R., Shillcock, R., Talluri, B. C. (2013). Psychophysics of Autostereogram Videos: Contrast, Repetition, Blur and Colour. Unpublished manuscript.

* equal contribution