Postdoctoral researcher studying visual object recognition.
Postdoc at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge, England. Blurb here... about a paragraph of blurb.
Interested in blah, currently using fMRI and deep neural networks.... Love getting on stage to talk about science.
PhD on visual aftereffects...
Teaching Fellowship at UCL.
contact: katherine (dot) storrs @ mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
9. Storrs, K.R. & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Face aftereffects involve local repulsion, not re-normalisation. Journal of Vision, 15(8).
8. Storrs, K.R. (2015). Facial age aftereffects provide some evidence for local repulsion (but none for re-normalisation). iPerception, 6, 100-103.
7. Storrs, K.R. (2015). Are high-level aftereffects perceptual? Frontiers in Perception Science.
6. Storrs, K.R., & Arnold, D.H. (2015). Evidence for tilt normalisation can be explained by anisotropic orientation sensitivity. Journal of Vision, 15(1), 1-11.
5. K.H. Greenaway, Storrs, K.R., M.C. Philipp, W.R. Louis, M. J. Hornsey & Vohs, K.D. (2015). Loss of control stimulates approach motivation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 56, 235-241.
4. Spence, M., Storrs, K.R., & Arnold, D.H. (2014). Why the Long Face? The importance of vertical image structure for biological ‘barcodes’ underlying face recognition. Journal of Vision, 14(8), 1-12.
3. Storrs, K.R., & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Shape aftereffects reflect shape constancy operations: Appearance matters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(3), 616-622.
2. Storrs, K.R., & Arnold, D.H. (2012). Not all Face Aftereffects are Equal. Vision Research, 64, 7-16.
1. Philipp, M., Storrs, K.R., & Vanman, E. (2012). Sociality of facial expressions in immersive virtual environments: A facial EMG study. Biological Psychology, 91(1), 17-21.
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