Original Research Articles

Baeck, A., Kravitz, D. J., Baker, C. I., Op de Beeck, H. P. (in press). Influence of lexical status, orthographic similarity and semantics on the multi-voxel response of the Visual Word Form Area. Neuroimage.

Robertson, C.E., Thomas, C., Kravitz, D. J., Wallace G.L., Baron-Cohen S., Martin A., & Baker, C.I. (2014) Global motion perception deficits in autism are reflected as early as primary visual cortex. Brain. 136(9): 2588-2599 [PDF](selected as Editor's Choice for the September 2014 issue.)

Harel, A., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker, C.I. (2014) Task context impacts visual object processing differentially across the cortex.Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 111(10): E962-971 [PDF]

Harel A., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker, C.I. (2014) Holding a stick at both ends: on faces and expertise. Front Hum Neurosci.20(8): 442 [PDF]

Harel A., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker, C.I. (2013) Beyond perceptual expertise: revisting the neural substrates of expert object recognition. Front Hum Neurosci. 20(7) [PDF]

Robertson, C.E., Kravitz, D. J., Freyberg, J., Baron-Cohen, S., & Baker, C.I. (2013) Slower rate of binocular rivalry in autism.Journal of Neuroscience, 33(43): 16983-91 [PDF]

Lee, S-H., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker, C.I. (2013) Goal dependent dissociation of visual and prefrontal cortices during working memory. Nature Neuroscience, 16(8): 997-99 [PDF]

Robertson, C.E., Kravitz, D. J., Freyberg, J., Baron-Cohen, S., & Baker, C.I. (2013) “Tunnel Vision”: Sharper gradient of spatial attention in autism. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(16): 6776-81 [PDF]

Kravitz, D. J., Saleem, K.S., Baker, C.I., Ungerleider, L., & Mishkin, M. (2013) A new neural framework for the processing of object quality. Trends in Cognitive Science. 17(1): 26-49 [PDF]

Harel, A., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker C.I. (2013) Deconstructing visual scenes in cortex: gradients of object and spatial layout information. Cerebral Cortex. 23(4): 947-57 [PDF]

Shomstein, S., Kravitz, D. J., & Behrmann, M. (2012). Attentional control: Temporal relationships within the fronto-parietal network. Neuropsychologia[PDF]

Lee, S-H., Kravitz, D. J., & Baker, C.I. (2012) Disentangling visual imagery and perception of real-world objects.Neuroimage. 59(4): 4064-4073 [PDF]

Arizpe, J., Kravitz, D. J., Yovel, G., & Baker, C.I. (2012) Start position strongly influence fixation patterns: Difficulties with eye movements as a measure of information use. PLoS One. 7(2):e31106 [PDF]

Kravitz, D. J. & Baker, C. I. (2011) Toward a new model of scientific publishing: discussion and a proposal. Front Comput Neurosci. 5:55 [PDF](44,000 Full Text + PDF downloads (March 1st, 2015))

Kravitz, D. J., Peng, C.S., & Baker, C.I. (2011) Real-world scene representations in high-level visual cortex – it’s the spaces more than the places. Journal of Neuroscience. 31(20): 7322-7333 [PDF](Highlighted in Nature: doi: 10.1038/473422b)(Highlighted in Current Biology: doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2011.06.023)

Kravitz, D. J., Saleem, K.S., Baker C.I., & Mishkin, M. (2011) A new neural framework for visuospatial processing. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 12(4): 217-30 [PDF]

Kravitz, D. J. & Behrmann, M. (2011) Space-, object-, and feature-based attention interact to organize entire scenes.Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. 73(8): 2434-2447 [PDF]

Kravitz, D. J., Kriegeskorte, N., & Baker, C.I. (2010) High-level visual object representations are constrained by position.Cereb Cortex. 20(12): 2916-2925 [PDF]

Chan, A. W-Y*., Kravitz, D. J.*, Truong, S., Arizpe, J., & Baker, C.I. (2010) Cortical representations of bodies and faces are strongest in commonly experienced configurations. Nat Neuroscience. 13(4): 417-418 [PDF](*Co-First Author)

Kravitz, D. J., Vinson, L., & Baker, C.I. (2008) How position dependent is visual object recognition? Trends in Cognitive Science. 12(3): 114-122 [PDF]

Kravitz, D. J. & Behrmann, M. (2008) The space of an object: Object-based attention alters the spatial gradient in the surround. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 34(2): 298-309 [PDF]

Rowland, L.M., Shadmehr, R., Kravitz, D. J., & Holcomb, H. H. (2008) Sequential neural changes during motor learning in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research – Neuroimaging. 34(2): 1-12 [PDF]