Conferences

2004

1. Object recognition. Parts, wholes, and the conjunction index.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungary. Perception (2004)

2005

1. The effect of age and disease duration on visual evoked potentials in migraineurs.

Annual meeting of the Indian Academy of Neuroscience. Annals of Neurosciences (2005)

2. Serum magnesium levels in migraine – clinical and electrophysiological correlations.

World Congress of Neurology, Sydney. Journal of Neurological Sciences (2005)

23. L-Lysine monohydrochloride therapy in acute ischaemic stroke.

World Congress of Neurology, Sydney. Journal of Neurological Sciences (2005)

4. Neurotoxicity from groundwater arsenic contamination in India-Bangladesh with special reference to neuropathy.

World Congress of Neurology, Sydney. Journal of Neurological Sciences (2005)

2007

1. Are some people exceptionally good at face recognition.

Object, Perception, Attention and Memory Annual Meeting 2007.

2. Visual evoked potential in migraineurs – effect of age and disease duration.

International Headache Congress. Cephalalgia (2007)

2008

1. Characterization of flickering flanker induced blindness phenomenon.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Perception (2008)

2. Visual recognition memory in the absence of meaning.

Scene Understanding Symposium (SUNS) 2008.

3. A test to explore the learning of multiple novel faces.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2008)

4. Super-recognizers: Exceptional face recognition ability.

Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2008.

5. Super-recognizers: People with exceptional face recognition ability.

2nd Annual Tufts University Conference: Cognitive Neuroscience of Visual Knowledge 2008.

2009

1. Non-face visual memory impairments in developmental prosopagnosia.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2009)

2. The use of shape and pigmentation information across the spectrum of face recognition ability.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2009)

2010

1. Phantom flashes caused by interactions across visual space.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland. Perception (2010)

2. Perceptual and cognitive processes in face recognition deficits – the case of prosopagnosia.

Asia Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV), Taipei, Taiwan. Vision (2010)

3. Non-identity based facial information processing in developmental prosopagnosia.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2010)

4. Psychophysics of face processing in childhood: A developmental perspective.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2010)

5. A genetic basis for face memory: Evidence from twins.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2010)

6. Downloadable science: Comparing data from internet and Lab-based psychology experiments.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2010)

2011

1. Developmental prosopagnosia: A childhood case study.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2011)

2. Holistic processing of face gender in developmental prosopagnosia.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2011)

2012

1. Global motion coherence performance after extended blindness: stretching the window.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy. Perception (2012)

2. Measurements of Contrast Sensitivity Functions Show Recovery from Extended Blindness.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy. Perception (2012)

3. Early susceptibility to visual illusions after treatment for early-onset blindness.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy. Perception (2012)

4. Development of face-localization after extended congenital blindness.

European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy. Perception (2012)

5. Measurements of Contrast Sensitivity Functions Show Recovery from Extended Blindness.

Sixth Annual Berkeley Conference on Translational Research 2012.

2013

1. Emergence of face-localization abilities following extended congenital blindness.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2013)

2. Global motion coherence performance after extended congenital blindness: stretching the window.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2013)

3. Development of Contrast Sensitivity Following Extended Congenital Blindness.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2013)

4. Heterogeneity in cognitive maturation and aging: Why there is no such thing as an adult control.

Vision Science Society (VSS). Journal of Vision (2013)

2015

1. Computing Consciousness: with reference to the lateralization of attention.

Third international conference on Cognition, Brain and Computation (2015). Gandhinagar.