This project aims to unravel the temporal dynamics of object categorization, identification, and recognition and how those dynamics change with learning and expertise.

Mack, M.L., & Palmeri, T.J. (under review). The dynamics of categorization: Unraveling rapid categorization. Manuscript under review.

Nosofsky, R.M., & Palmeri, T.J. (2013). Exemplar-based random walk model. To appear in J.R. Busemeyer, J. Townsend, Z.J. Wang, & A. Eidels (Eds.), Mathematical and Computational Models of Cognition, Oxford University Press.

Mack, M.L., & Palmeri, T.J. (2011). The timing of visual object categorization. Frontiers in Perception Science.

Richler, J.J., Mack, M.L., Palmeri, T.J., & Gauthier, I. (2011). Inverted faces are (eventually) processed holistically. Vision Research, 51, 333-342.

Mack, M.L., & Palmeri, T.J. (2010). Decoupling object detection and categorization. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

Richler, J.J., Mack, M.L., Gauthier, I., & Palmeri, T.J. (2009). Holistic processing of faces at a glance. Vision Research, 49, 2856-2861.

Palmeri, T.J., & Cottrell, G. (2009). Modeling perceptual expertise. In I. Gauthier, M. Tarr, & D. Bub (Eds.), Perceptual Expertise: Bridging Brain and Behavior. Oxford University Press.

Mack, M.L., Wong, A.C.-N., Gauthier, I., Tanaka, J.W., & Palmeri, T.J. (2009). Time-course of visual object categorization: Fastest does not necessarily mean first. Vision Research, 49, 1961-1968. [PDF]

Mack, M.L., Gauthier, I., Sadr, J., & Palmeri, T.J. (2008). Object detection and basic-level categorization: Sometimes you know it is there before you know what it is. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 28-35. [PDF]

Mack, M.L., Wong, A.C.-N., Gauthier, I., Tanaka, J.W., & Palmeri, T.J. (2007). Unraveling the time-course of perceptual categorization: Does fastest mean first? Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (peer-reviewed proceedings paper), Nashville, TN.