BOBBY STOJANOSKI

Publications

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2014) Late Electrophysiological Modulations of Feature-based Attention to Object Shapes. Psychophysiology, 51, 298-308
Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2011) The Timing of Feature-based Attentional Effects during Object Perception, Neuropsychologia, 49, 3406-3418
Singh, V., Stojanoski, B., Le, A., & Niemeier, M. (2011) Spatial Frequency Specific Effects on the Attentional Bias: Evidence for Two Neural Systems. Cortex, 47, 547-556
Niemeier, M., Stojanoski, B., Singh, V. W., & Chu, E.(2008). Paradoxical Cross-Over due to Attention to High or Low Spatial Frequencies. Brain and Cognition, 67, 115-125.
Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2007). Feature-Based Attention Modulates the Perception of Object Contours. Journal of Vision, 27, 1-11.
Niemeier, M., Stojanoski, B., & Greco, A. L.(2007). Influences of time and spatial frequency on the perceptual bias: evidence for competition between hemispheres.Neuropsychologia, 45, 1029-1040

Submitted manuscripts

Book chapters, commentaries and other contributions
Cusack, R., Stojanoski, B., Tran, M.C., Linke, A.C., & Wild, C.J. Pubmed Commons commentary on “Auditory perception at the root of language learning” 
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Presentations

Cabral, L., Stojanoski, B., Wild, C., Cusack, R. (2013). In search of babies: Using Mechanical Turk to examine infant stimulus preferences.  Poster presented at Canada-Isreal Symposium on Brain Plasticity, Learning and Education, London, Ontario

Cabral, L., Stojanoski, B., Wild, C., Cusack, R. (2013). In search of babies: Using Mechanical Turk to examine infant stimulus preferences. Poster presented at Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Toronto, 
Stojanoski, B, & Cusack, R. (2013). Time to wave goodbye to phase scrambling - creating unrecognizable control stimuli using a diffeomorphic transform. Poster presented at Vision Science Society, Naples FL
Clay, DE, Cameron, DJ, Stojanoski, B, Linke, AC & Cusack R. (2013). Assessing Newborn Brain Health Following Perinatal Asphyxia: An East African Pilot Study. Poster presented at World University Service of Canada. Ottawa On Canada, October, 2013

Gibbings, A., Stojanoski, B., Cruse, D., & Grahn, J. A., (2013). The effect of attention and beat salience on selective neuronal entrainment to non-repeating rhythms. Poster presented at the Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC) Biennial Meeting, Toronto, ON, Canada, August

Stojanoski, B. (2013). Using affordable neuroimaging technology to measure the newborn brain in East Africa. Talk presented at Western Global Health Workshop, London ON.
Stojanoski, B. (2013). Object representations in visual short term memory. Talk presented at the Annual BMI winter neurscience seminar series, Collingwood ON.
Stojanoski, B. & Cusack, R. (2012). Time to wave goodbye to phase scrambling: A set of objects with warped versions created with a diffeomorphic transform and evaluated for recognition. Canadian Society of Brain Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Kingston, ON

Stojanoski, B. & Niemeier, M (2011) Early vs. late effects of cueing feature-based attention: An electrophysiological investigation. Vision Science Society, Naples, FL.

Le, A., Keough, M.,Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M (2009). Neural correlates of the right-brain dominance for spatial processes. Vision Science Society

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2009). Neural Mechanisms of Feature-based attention and its effect on closure and object perception. Vision Science Society.
Niemeier, M., Le, A., & Stojanoski, B. (2008). Contrast-specific Neural Responses Underlying the Perceptual Bias. Vision Science Society.
Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2008). Contribution of cueing feature-based attention to perception of object contours. Vision Science Society.

Atia, M., Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2007). Influences of absolute and relative spatial frequency mechanisms on the perceptual bias. Centre for Vision Research Conference.

Stojanoski, B., Haji-Khamneh, B., & Niemeier, M. (2007). Contributions of Spatial and Feature-based Attention to Higher Level Vision. Centre for Vision Research Conference.

Stojanoski, B., & Al-Aidroos, N., Pratt, J. & Niemeier, M. (2007). On the Relationship Between Object-based and Feature-based Attention. Vision Sciences Society.
Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2006). Does Feature-Based Attention Enhhance Object Perception? Southern Ontario Neuroscience Associattion. 

Stojanoski, B. & Niemeier, M. (2006). Components of feature-based attention for object perception. Vision Science Society.

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2005). Does feature-based attention influence the perception of higher-level visual features? Centre for Vision Research Conference.

Niemeier, M. & Stojanoski, B. (2005). Feature-based influences of attention on the perception of proto-objects. Vision Science Society.

Greco, A., Stojanoski, B. & Niemeier, M. (2005). Gratingscales: a New Test for Perceptual Asymmetries. Centre for Vision Research Conference.
Stojanoski, B. & Niemeier, M. (2005). Does feature-based attention influence the perception of higher-level visual features? Centre for Vision Research Conference.
Stojanoski, B. & Niemeier, M. (2005). Feature-based influences of attention on the perception of proto-objects. Cognitive Neuroscience Society. 

Cabral, L., Stojanoski, B., Cusack, R, (submitted). Rapid and Course Face Detection in Cortex. Neuropsychologia

Gibbings, A., Cruse, D., Stojanoski, B., Grahn, J. A., (2014) . The effect of attention and beat salience on the steady state response to non-repeating rhythms. Poster presented at The 43rd Annual Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment (LOVE) Conference, Niagra Falls, ON, Canada, February 2014.

Stojanoski, B., & Cusack, R. (2014) Time to wave goodbye to phase-scrambling: Creating controlled scrambled images using diffeomorphic transformations. Journal of Vision, 14, 1-16

Le, A., Stojanoski, B., Khan, S., Keough, M., & Niemeier, M (2015). A Toggle Switch of Visual Awareness? Cortex, 64, 169-178

Stojanoski, B., & Niemeier, M. (2015). Colour expectations during object perception are associated with early and late modulation of electrophysiological activity. Experimental Brain Research

Ray, L., Sockeel, S., Soon, M., Bore, A., Myhr, A., Stojanoski, B., Cusack, R., Owen, A. M., Doyon J., & Fogel, S. (2015). Expert and crowd-sourced validation of an individualized sleep spindle detection method employing complex demodulation and individualized normalization. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 507

Clay, D., Linke, A.C., Cameron, D. J., Stojanoski, B., Rulisa, S., Wasunna, A., de Ribaupierre, S., & Cusack, R. (acceted). Evaluating Affordable cranial ultrasonography in East African neonatal intensive care units. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology

Cusack, R, Linke, A., Zubiaurre-Elorza, L., Duffy, H., Herzmann, C., Stojanoski, B., Han, V., Lee, D. S., Wild, C (submitted). Differences in the spatial and temporal patterns of head motion during MRI of adults and infants. Pediatric Radiology