Professor Isabelle Mareschal

Isabelle MareschalPhD

Professor, Deputy Head of Department, Biological and Experimental Psychology

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Queen Mary University of London

isabelle-mareschal.squarespace.com/

Research

visual perception, experimental psychology, eye tracking and gaze

Interests

I perform both basic and applied research on visual perception in humans and my research has two streams. 1. My basic research program examines how controlled measurements of visual perception can be extended to realistic stimuli and situations. This research examines how humans detect simple or basic visual features (such as edges) within a natural environment and how things such as attention can improve our performance. 2. I am also developing a research program that addresses basic issues of social neuroscience, investigating how good we are at making judgements of other people’s gaze and facial expressions. I plan to develop this research with clinical collaborations to use robust psychophysical evaluations of visual disorders associated with some clinical populations (e.g. conduct disorder; autism spectrum disorder, etc.). The goal of these tests is to provide early diagnostic capabilities and, potentially, develop training tools to help improve performance.

Publications

Publications of specific relevance to Advanced Robotics

2024

Michalek JE, Qtaishat L, von Stumm S, El Kharouf A, Dajani R, Hadfield K and Mareschal I (2024). Maternal Trauma and Psychopathology Symptoms Affect Refugee Children’s Mental Health But Not Their Emotion Processing. Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology  1-14. 10.1007/s10802-024-01182-0
Hadfield K, Al-Soleiti M, Dajani R, Mareschal I and Panter-Brick C (2024). Father Involvement and Child Development: A Prospective Study of Syrian Refugee Families. Journal of Child and Family Studies  vol. 33, (3) 1029-1042. 10.1007/s10826-024-02809-y

2023

Pedziwiatr MA, Heer S, Coutrot A, Bex PJ and Mareschal I (2023). Influence of prior knowledge on eye movements to scenes as revealed by hidden Markov models. Journal of Vision  vol. 23, (10) 10-10. 10.1167/jov.23.10.10
Vikhanova A, Tibber MS and Mareschal I (2023). Post-migration living difficulties and poor mental health associated with increased interpretation bias for threat. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  10.1177/17470218231191442
Murray T, Binetti N, Carlisi C, Namboodiri V, Cosker D, Viding E and Mareschal I (2023). Genetic algorithms reveal identity independent representation of emotional expressions. Emotion  10.1037/emo0001274
Mareschal I, Michalek J, Hadfield K, Dajani R and Lisi M (2023). FACIAL EMOTION RECOGNITION IN REFUGEE CHILDREN WITH A HISTORY OF WAR TRAUMA. Emotion  10.1037/emo0001264
Pedziwiatr MA, Heer S, Coutrot A, Bex P and Mareschal I (2023). Prior knowledge about events depicted in scenes decreases oculomotor exploration. Cognition  vol. 238, 10.1016/j.cognition.2023.105544
Awad D, Emery NJ and Mareschal I (2023). Role of facial familiarity and emotional expression intensity in ensemble emotion perception. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics  vol. 85, (6) 1990-2003. 10.3758/s13414-023-02720-6
Lavan N, Bamaniya NR, Muse M, Price RLM and Mareschal I (2023). The effects of the presence of a face and direct eye gaze on voice identity learning. British Journal of Psychology  vol. 114, (3) 537-549. 10.1111/bjop.12633

2022

Horrocks EAB, Mareschal I and Saleem AB (2022). Walking humans and running mice: Perception and neural encoding of optic flow during self-motion. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences  vol. 378, (1869) 10.1098/rstb.2021.0450
Pedziwiatr MA, Heer S, Coutrot A, Bex P and Mareschal I (2022). Knowledge about the recent past affects human gaze patterns. Journal of Vision  vol. 22, (14) 3927-3927. 10.1167/jov.22.14.3927
Binetti N, Roubtsova N, Carlisi C, Cosker D, Viding E and Mareschal I (2022). Genetic algorithms reveal profound individual differences in emotion recognition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences  vol. 119, (45) e2201380119-e2201380119. 10.1073/pnas.2201380119
Hadfield K, Al-Hamad M, Bakhti R, Dajani R, El Kharouf A, Michalek J, Mukunzi J, Qtaishat L, Sethi T, von Stumm S and Mareschal I (2022). Predictors of Literacy and Attitudes Toward Reading Among Syrian Refugee Children in Jordan. International Journal of Early Childhood  vol. 56, (1) 19-39. 10.1007/s13158-022-00334-x
Vikhanova A, Mareschal I and Tibber M (2022). Emotion recognition bias depends on stimulus morphing strategy. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics  vol. 84, (6) 2051-2059. 10.3758/s13414-022-02532-0
Irwantoro K, Nimsha Nilakshi Lennon N, Mareschal I and Miflah Hussain Ismail A (2022). Contextualising facial expressions: The effect of temporal context and individual differences on classification. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  10.1177/17470218221094296
Luft CDB, Zioga I, Giannopoulos A, Di Bona G, Binetti N, Civilini A, Latora V and Mareschal I (2022). Social synchronization of brain activity increases during eye-contact. Communications Biology  vol. 5, (1) 10.1038/s42003-022-03352-6
Lavan N, Chan WY, Zhuang Y, Mareschal I and Shergill SS (2022). Direct eye gaze enhances the ventriloquism effect. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics  vol. 84, (7) 2293-2302. 10.3758/s13414-022-02468-5
Michalek J, Lisi M, Binetti N, Ozkaya S, Hadfield K, Dajani R and Mareschal I (2022). War-related trauma linked to increased sustained attention to threat in children. Child Development  10.1111/cdev.13739
McElvaney TJ, Osman M and Mareschal I (2022). Identifying criminals: No biasing effect of criminal context on recalled threat. Memory & Cognition  vol. 50, (8) 1735-1755. 10.3758/s13421-021-01268-w
Heer S, Pedziwiatr MA, Bex P, Coutrot A and Mareschal I (2022). The expectedness of semantic scene-content as a factor influencing human gaze behaviour. PERCEPTION  vol. 51, (5) 355-355.
Heer S, Pedziwiatr MA, Bex P, Coutrot A and Mareschal I (2022). The effects of recent event knowledge and semantics in the guidance of fixations on scenes. PERCEPTION  vol. 51, 152-152.

2021

Theron LC, Abreu-Villaça Y, Augusto-Oliveira M, Brennan C, Crespo-Lopez ME, de Paula Arrifano G, Glazer L, Gwata N, Lin L, Mareschal I, Mermelstein S, Sartori L, Stieger L, Trotta A and Hadfield K (2021). A systematic review of the mental health risks and resilience among pollution-exposed adolescents. Journal of Psychiatric Research  vol. 146, 55-66. 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2021.12.012
Carlisi CO, Reed K, Helmink FGL, Lachlan R, Cosker DP, Viding E and Mareschal I (2021). Using genetic algorithms to uncover individual differences in how humans represent facial emotion. Royal Society Open Science  vol. 8, (10) 10.1098/rsos.202251
Neil L, Viding E, Armbruster-Genc D, Lisi M, Mareschal I, Rankin G, Phillips H, Martin P and McCrory E (2021). 35.2 Trust and Childhood Maltreatment: Evidence of Bias in Appraisal of Unfamiliar Faces. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry  vol. 60, (10) 10.1016/j.jaac.2021.09.276
Neil L, Viding E, Armbruster-Genc D, Lisi M, Mareshal I, Rankin G, Sharp M, Phillips H, Rapley J, Martin P and McCrory E (2021). Trust and childhood maltreatment: evidence of bias in appraisal of unfamiliar faces. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry  10.1111/jcpp.13503
Roubtsova N, Parsons M, Binetti N, Mareschal I, Viding E and Cosker D (2021). EmoGen: Quantifiable Emotion Generation and Analysis for Experimental Psychology.
McElvaney TJ, Osman M and Mareschal I (2021). Perceiving threat in others: The role of body morphology. PLOS ONE  vol. 16, (4) 10.1371/journal.pone.0249782
McElvaney TJ, Osman M and Mareschal I (2021). Perceiving threat in others: The role of body morphology. PLoS ONE  vol. 16, (4 April) 10.1371/journal.pone.0249782
Theron LC, Abreu-Villaça Y, Augusto-Oliveira M, Brennan CH, Crespo-Lopez ME, de Paula Arrifano G, Glazer L, Lin L, Mareschal I, Sartori L, Stieger L, Trotta A and Hadfield K (2021). Effects of pollution on adolescent mental health: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews  vol. 10, (1) 10.1186/s13643-021-01639-z
Michalek J, Lisi M, Awad D, Hadfield K, Mareschal I and Dajani R (2021). The effects of a reading-based intervention on emotion processing in children who have suffered early adversity and war related trauma. Frontiers in Psychology  10.3389/fpsyg.2021.613754

2020

Awad D, Clifford C, White D and Mareschal I (2020). Asymmetric contextual effects in age perception. Royal Society Open Science  10.1098/rsos.200936
Awad D, Clifford CWG, White D and Mareschal I (2020). Asymmetric contextual effects in age perception. Royal Society Open Science  vol. 7, (12) 10.1098/rsos.200936
Foka S, Hadfield K, Pluess M and Mareschal I (2020). Promoting well-being in refugee children: An exploratory controlled trial of a positive psychology intervention delivered in Greek refugee camps. Development and Psychopathology  vol. 33, (1) 87-95. 10.1017/s0954579419001585

2019

Porffy L, Bell V, Coutrot A, Wigton R, Mareschal I and Shergill S (2019). In the eye of the beholder? Oxytocin effects on eye movements in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research  10.1016/j.schres.2019.11.044
Ismail AMH, Solomon JA, Hansard M and Mareschal I (2019). A perceptual bias for man-made objects in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society B  vol. 286, (1914) 10.1098/rspb.2019.1492
Awad D, Emery NJ and Mareschal I (2019). The Role of Emotional Expression and Eccentricity on Gaze Perception. Front Psychol  vol. 10, 1129-1129. 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01129
binetti N, Cheng T, MARESCHAL I, Brumby D, Julier S and Bianchi-Berthouze N (2019). Assumptions about the positioning of virtual stimuli affect gaze direction estimates during Augmented Reality based interactions. Scientific Reports  10.1038/s41598-019-39311-1
Awad D, Clifford C, White D and Mareschal I (2019). Age Judgements of Faces: Evidence for Ensemble Averaging. PERCEPTION  vol. 48, 138-138.

2018

Harrison C, Binetti N, Coutrot A, Johnston A and Mareschal I (2018). Personality Traits Do Not Predict How We Look at Faces. Perception  vol. 47, (9) 976-984. 10.1177/0301006618788754
Harrison C, Binetti N, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2018). Selective binding of facial features reveals dynamic expression fragments. Scientific Reports  vol. 8, (1) 10.1038/s41598-018-27242-2
Vasilyev A, Hansard M, Mareschal I and Patras I (2018). A Model of Visual Search in the Presence of Age-Related Macular Degeneration. PERCEPTION  vol. 47, (5) 573-573. Conference: Proceedings of the AVA Christmas meeting 
Porffy L, Wigton R, Coutrot A, Joyce D, Mareschal I and Shergill S (2018). F77. OXYTOCIN ENHANCES VISUAL ATTENTION TO FACIAL STIMULI IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: EVIDENCE FROM AN EYE-TRACKING STUDY. Schizophrenia Bulletin  vol. 44, (suppl_1) s249-s249. 10.1093/schbul/sby017.608
Porffy L, Wigton R, Coutrot A, Joyce D, Mareschal I and Shergill S (2018). OXYTOCIN ENHANCES VISUAL ATTENTION TO FACIAL STIMULI IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: EVIDENCE FROM AN EYE-TRACKING STUDY. SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN  vol. 44, S249-S249. 10.1093/schbul/sby017.608

2017

Maloney RT, Clifford CWG and Mareschal I (2017). Directional Limits on Motion Transparency Assessed Through Colour-Motion Binding. Perception  vol. 47, (3) 254-275. 10.1177/0301006617745010
Ismail AMH, Solomon JA, Hansard M and Mareschal I (2017). Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Orientation Processing During Scene Recognition. PERCEPTION  vol. 46, (10) 1220-1221. Conference: Proceedings of the AVA Christmas Meeting 
Dewar A, Hansard M and Mareschal I (2017). Could Commodity Eye Trackers Provide a Viable Low-Cost Alternative for Neuropsychological Studies? PERCEPTION  vol. 46, (10) 1225-1225. Conference: Proceedings of the AVA Christmas meeting 
Rider AT, Coutrot A, Pellicano E, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2017). Semantic content outweighs low-level saliency in determining children’s and adults’ fixation of movies. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  vol. 166, 293-309. 10.1016/j.jecp.2017.09.002
Florey J, Dakin SC and MARESCHAL I (2017). Comparing averaging limits for social cues over space and time. Journal of Vision  10.1167/17.9.17
binetti N, harrison C, MARESCHAL I and johnston A (2017). temporal order judgments of dynamic gaze stimuli reveal a postdictive prioritisation of averted over direct shifts. i-Perception  10.1177/2041669517720808
Binetti N, Harrison C, MARESCHAL I and Johnston A (2017). Pupil response hazard rates predict perceived gaze durations. Scientific Reports  10.1038/s41598-017-04249-9
Harrison C, Binetti N, MARESCHAL I and Johnston A (2017). Time-order errors in duration judgement are independent of spatial positioning. Frontiers in Psychology  10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00340
(2017). Erratum. Journal of Vision  vol. 17, (1) 18-18. 10.1167/17.1.18
Binetti N, Harrison C, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2017). Averted Eye Shifts Are Prioritized Over Direct Shifts When Evaluating the Temporal Order of Gaze Behaviours. PERCEPTION  vol. 46, (10) 1236-1237.
Harrison C, Binetti N, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2017). Temporal Limit of Orthogonal Motion in Facial Features. PERCEPTION  vol. 46, (10) 1234-1234.
Cengiz O, Mareschal I and Lachlan R (2017). Perceptual Biases and Body Image. PERCEPTION  vol. 46, (10) 1226-1226.

2016

Coutrot A, Binetti N, Harrison C, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2016). Face exploration dynamics differentiate men and women. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (14) 1-19. 10.1167/16.14.16.
Ismail AMH, Solomon JA, Hansard M and MARESCHAL I (2016). A tilt after-effect for images of buildings: Evidence of selectivity for the orientation of everyday scenes. Proceedings of the royal society, open science  10.1098/rsos.160551
Hussain Ismail AM, Solomon J, Hansard M and Mareschal I (2016). A Generalized Tilt After-Effect. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (12) 10.1167/16.12.877
Binetti N, Harrison C, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2016). Cortical arousal signals are actively read out by a face processing system to evaluate the duration of gaze. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (12) 10.1167/16.12.724
Coutrot A, Binetti N, Harrison C, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2016). Gaze behavior provides a gender fingerprint. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (12) 10.1167/16.12.71
Florey J, Dakin S, Clifford C and Mareschal I (2016). Summary Statistics for Gaze and Head Direction over Time. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (12) 10.1167/16.12.499
Florey J, Clifford CWG, Dakin S and Mareschal I (2016). Spatial limitations in averaging social cues. Scientific Reports  vol. 6, (1) 10.1038/srep32210
Binetti N, Harrison C, Coutrot A, Johnston A and Mareschal ISABELLE (2016). Pupil dilation as an index of preferred mutual gaze duration. Proceedings of the royal society open science  10.1098/rsos.160086
Otsuka Y, Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2016). Testing the dual-route model of perceived gaze direction: Linear combination of eye and head cues. Journal of Vision  vol. 16, (8) 8-8. 10.1167/16.8.8
Ismail AMH, Hansard M, Solomon JA and Mareschal I (2016). Adaptation to Tilted Scenes. PERCEPTION  vol. 45, (6) 699-700.
Mareschal I, Otsuka Y, Clifford CWG and Mareschal D (2016). “Are You Looking At Me?” How Children’s Gaze Judgments Improve With Age. Developmental Psychology  vol. 52, (5) 695-703. 10.1037/dev0000100
Pell PJ, Mareschal I, Calder AJ, von dem Hagen EAH, Clifford CWG, Baron-Cohen S and Ewbank MP (2016). Intact priors for gaze direction in adults with high-functioning autism spectrum conditions. Molecular Autism  vol. 7, (1) 10.1186/s13229-016-0085-9
Harrison C, Binetti N, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2016). Effect of Stimulus Placement and Presentation on Duration Discrimination. PERCEPTION  vol. 45, (6) 700-700.
Maloney R, Clifford CWG and Mareschal I (2016). Color-Motion Binding and the Directional Limitations of Motion Transparency. PERCEPTION  vol. 45, (6) 706-706.
Harrison C, Binetti N, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2016). Effect of stimulus placement and presentation on duration discrimination. PERCEPTION  vol. 45, 260-260.
Florey J, Dakin S and Mareschal I (2016). Reverse Correlation Reveals Averaging Strategies. PERCEPTION  vol. 45, (6) 699-699.

2015

Clifford CWG, Mareschal I, Otsuka Y and Watson TL (2015). A Bayesian approach to person perception. Consciousness and Cognition  vol. 36, 406-413. 10.1016/j.concog.2015.03.015
Florey J, Clifford C, Dakin S and Mareschal I (2015). Averaging of Social Cues Using Equivalent Noise. Journal of Vision  vol. 15, (12) 10.1167/15.12.1220
Pell P, Mareschal I, Ewbank M, Baron-Cohen S and Calder A (2015). Intact priors for gaze direction in autism spectrum conditions. Journal of Vision  vol. 15, (12) 10.1167/15.12.174
Harrison C, Binetti N, Coutrot A, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2015). Individual differences in preference for mutual gaze duration. Journal of Vision  vol. 15, (12) 10.1167/15.12.173
Binetti N, Harrison C, Coutrot A, Mareschal I and Johnston A (2015). Reciprocating the gaze of others: how we look and how long we like to be looked at. Journal of Vision  vol. 15, (12) 10.1167/15.12.172
Florey J, Clifford CWG, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2015). Peripheral processing of gaze. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  vol. 41, (4) 1084-1094. 10.1037/xhp0000068
Florey J, Clifford CWG, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2015). Peripheral Processing of Gaze. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  10.1037/xhp0000068
Otsuka Y, Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2015). Gaze constancy in upright and inverted faces. Journal of Vision  vol. 15, (1) 21-21. 10.1167/15.1.21
Florey J, Clifford CWG, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2015). Peripheral Processing of Gaze. Journal of Experimental Psychology Human Perception & Performance  vol. 41, (4) 1084-1094. 10.1037/xhp0000068
Florey J, Dakin S and Mareschal I (2015). Averaging of a crowds' gaze. PERCEPTION  vol. 44, (4) 458-458.

2014

Mareschal I, Otsuka Y and Clifford CWG (2014). A generalized tendency toward direct gaze with uncertainty. J Vis  vol. 14, (12) 10.1167/14.12.27
Otsuka Y, Mareschal I, Calder AJ and Clifford CWG (2014). Dual-route model of the effect of head orientation on perceived gaze direction. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform  vol. 40, (4) 1425-1439. 10.1037/a0036151
Otsuka Y, Mareschal I and Clifford C (2014). The dual-route model of the influence of head orientation on eye gaze perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  vol. 51, 1010-1010.
Stiel B, Clifford CWG and Mareschal I (2014). Adaptation to vergent and averted eye gaze. J Vis  vol. 14, (1) 10.1167/14.1.15
Otsuka Y, Mareschal I, Ichikawa H, Kanazawa S, Yamaguchi MK and Clifford CWG (2014). Gaze constancy in adults and infants. I-PERCEPTION  vol. 5, (4) 208-208.
Ahmed A, Mareschal I and Watson TL (2014). Adaption to orientation regularity with respect to spatial position. PERCEPTION  vol. 43, (1) 50-50.
Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2014). A general shift towards direct gaze with uncertainty. PERCEPTION  vol. 43, (1) 75-75.

2013

Jun YY, Mareschal I, Clifford CWG and Dadds MR (2013). Cone of direct gaze as a marker of social anxiety in males. Psychiatry Res  vol. 210, (1) 193-198. 10.1016/j.psychres.2013.05.020
Cheleski DJ, Mareschal I, Calder AJ and Clifford CWG (2013). Eye gaze is not coded by cardinal mechanisms alone. Proc Biol Sci  vol. 280, (1764) 10.1098/rspb.2013.1049
Mareschal I, Calder A and Clifford C (2013). A prior for direct gaze. Journal of Vision  vol. 13, (9) 402-402. 10.1167/13.9.402
Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2013). Spatial structure of contextual modulation. J Vis  vol. 13, (6) 10.1167/13.6.2
Mareschal I, Calder AJ and Clifford CWG (2013). Humans have an expectation that gaze is directed toward them. Curr Biol  vol. 23, (8) 717-721. 10.1016/j.cub.2013.03.030
Mareschal I, Calder AJ, Dadds MR and Clifford CWG (2013). Gaze categorization under uncertainty: psychophysics and modeling. J Vis  vol. 13, (5) 10.1167/13.5.18
Mareschal I, Calder AJ, Dadds MR and Clifford CWG (2013). Gaze categorization under uncertainty: Psychophysics and modeling. (vol 13, pg 1, 2013). JOURNAL OF VISION  vol. 13, (6) 10.1167/13.6.14
Cheleski DJ, Mareschal I, Calder AJ and Clifford CWG (2013). Eye gaze is not coded by cardinal mechanisms alone. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences  vol. 280, (1764) 10.1098/rspb.2013.1049
Ahmed A, Mareschal I and Watson TL (2013). Evidence for mechanisms sensitive to localised orientation regularity: An adaptation study. PERCEPTION  vol. 42, 186-186.
Yumiko O, Isabelle M, Andy C and Colin C (2013). Dual route model of the effect of head orientation on perceived gaze direction. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  vol. 7, 10.3389/conf.fnhum.2013.212.00062

2012

Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2012). P3-13: Dynamics of Unconscious Contextual Effects in Orientation Processing. i-Perception  vol. 3, (9) 723-723. 10.1068/if723
Mareschal I and Clifford C (2012). Dynamics of unconscious contextual effects in orientation processing. Journal of Vision  vol. 12, (9) 86-86. 10.1167/12.9.86
Morgan MJ, Mareschal I, Chubb C and Solomon JA (2012). Perceived pattern regularity computed as a summary statistic: implications for camouflage. Proc Biol Sci  vol. 279, (1739) 2754-2760. 10.1098/rspb.2011.2645
Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2012). Dynamics of unconscious contextual effects in orientation processing. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A  vol. 109, (19) 7553-7558. 10.1073/pnas.1200952109
Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2012). Perceptual entrainment of individually unambiguous motions. J Vis  vol. 12, (1) 10.1167/12.1.24
Mareschal I and Clifford CWG (2012). Perceptual entrainment of individually unambiguous motions. Journal of Vision  vol. 12, (1) 1-8. 10.1167/12.1.24
Mareschal I (2012). UNVEILING CORTICAL PROCESSES USING HUMAN BEHAVIOUR. CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY  vol. 40, 126-126.
Clifford C and Mareschal I (2012). Spatial structure of contextual modulation. PERCEPTION  vol. 41, 207-208.

2010

Morgan M, Mareschal I and Solomon J (2010). Sampling Efficiencies for Spatial Regularity. Journal of Vision  vol. 10, (7) 1362-1362. 10.1167/10.7.1362
Mareschal I, Morgan MJ and Solomon JA (2010). Cortical distance determines whether flankers cause crowding or the tilt illusion. J Vis  vol. 10, (8) 10.1167/10.8.13
Mareschal I, Morgan MJ and Solomon JA (2010). Attentional modulation of crowding. Vision Res  vol. 50, (8) 805-809. 10.1016/j.visres.2010.01.022
Mareschal I, Solomon J and Morgan M (2010). The opposite of crowding revealed using classification images. Journal of Vision  vol. 8, (6) 430-430. 10.1167/8.6.430
Mareschal I, Solomon J and Morgan M (2010). Endogenous attention can reduce the tilt illusion, but not crowding. Journal of Vision  vol. 9, (8) 126-126. 10.1167/9.8.126
Bex PJ, Mareschal I and Dakin SC (2010). Contrast gain control in natural images. Journal of Vision  vol. 5, (8) 597-597. 10.1167/5.8.597
Mareschal I and Shapley RM (2010). The effects of contrast and size on orientation discrimination. Journal of Vision  vol. 3, (9) 215-215. 10.1167/3.9.215
Mareschal I, Dakin SC and Bex PJ (2010). Dynamics of collinear facilitation assessed using classification images. Journal of Vision  vol. 5, (8) 175-175. 10.1167/5.8.175
Mareschal I and Shapley RM (2010). Effects of contrast on spatial binding and resolution. Journal of Vision  vol. 2, (7) 205-205. 10.1167/2.7.205
Krauskopf J and Mareschal I (2010). Psychophysical determination of the relative number of L and M cones in the fovea. Journal of Vision  vol. 1, (3) 368-368. 10.1167/1.3.368
Mareschal I and Solomon J (2010). Perceived orientation: The tilt illusion dominates parafoveal vision, but the periphery is dominated by crowding. PERCEPTION  vol. 39, (2) 275-275.

2008

Mareschal I, Morgan MJ and Solomon JA (2008). Contextual effects on decision templates for parafoveal orientation identification. Vision Res  vol. 48, (27) 2689-2695. 10.1016/j.visres.2008.08.020
Mareschal I, Bex PJ and Dakin SC (2008). Local motion processing limits fine direction discrimination in the periphery. Vision Res  vol. 48, (16) 1719-1725. 10.1016/j.visres.2008.05.003

2007

Bex PJ, Mareschal I and Dakin SC (2007). Contrast gain control in natural scenes. J Vis  vol. 7, (11) 12.1-1212. 10.1167/7.11.12
Bex PJ, Mareschal I and Dakin SC (2007). Contrast gain control in natural scenes. Journal of Vision  vol. 7, (11) 1-12. 10.1167/7.11.12

2006

Mareschal I, Dakin SC and Bex PJ (2006). Dynamic properties of orientation discrimination assessed by using classification images. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A  vol. 103, (13) 5131-5136. 10.1073/pnas.0507259103

2005

Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2005). An oblique effect for local motion: psychophysics and natural movie statistics. J Vis  vol. 5, (10) 878-887. 10.1167/5.10.9
Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2005). Local and global limitations on direction integration assessed using equivalent noise analysis. Vision Res  vol. 45, (24) 3027-3049. 10.1016/j.visres.2005.07.037
Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2005). Equivalent noise and reverse correlation analysis reveals inhibitory interactions between channels coding global direction. Journal of Vision  vol. 5, (8) 837-837. 10.1167/5.8.837
Bex PJ, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2005). Critical band masking in optic flow. Network  vol. 16, (2-3) 261-284. 10.1080/09548980500289973

2004

Mareschal I, Dakin SC and Bex PJ (2004). The role of internal noise in the oblique effect for motion. Journal of Vision  vol. 4, (8) 854-854. 10.1167/4.8.854
Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2004). Equivalent noise analysis of motion integration. Journal of Vision  vol. 4, (8) 106-106. 10.1167/4.8.106
Mareschal I and Shapley RM (2004). Effects of contrast and size on orientation discrimination. Vision Res  vol. 44, (1) 57-67. 10.1016/j.visres.2003.07.009
Bex PJ, Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2004). Critical band masking in optic flow. PERCEPTION  vol. 33, 34-34.
Dakin S, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2004). Local noise (not efficiency) limits direction integration in the periphery. PERCEPTION  vol. 33, 31-31.
Mareschal I, Dakin S and Bex P (2004). Dynamics of orientation discrimination assessed with reverse correlation. PERCEPTION  vol. 33, 175-175.
Mareschal I, Dakin SC and Bex PJ (2004). Role of internal noise and directional bandwidth in the oblique effect for motion. PERCEPTION  vol. 33, (6) 756-757.
Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Bex PJ (2004). An equivalent-noise analysis of direction integration in spatially band-pass stimuli. PERCEPTION  vol. 33, (6) 754-754.

2002

Mareschal I, Andrew Henrie J and Shapley RM (2002). A psychophysical correlate of contrast dependent changes in receptive field properties. Vision Res  vol. 42, (15) 1879-1887. 10.1016/s0042-6989(02)00099-8

2001

Mareschal I, Sceniak MP and Shapley RM (2001). Contextual influences on orientation discrimination: binding local and global cues. Vision Res  vol. 41, (15) 1915-1930. 10.1016/s0042-6989(01)00082-7
Baker CL and Mareschal I (2001). Processing of second-order stimuli in the visual cortex. Prog Brain Res  vol. 134, 171-191. 10.1016/s0079-6123(01)34013-x
Hawken MJ, Shapley RM, Ringach DL, Sceniak MP, Johnson EN, Mareschal I and Henrie JA (2001). Contrast gain as function of temporal frequency of macaque V1 neurons. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE  vol. 42, (4) S726-S726.
Mareschal I and Shapley RM (2001). The psychophysical consequences of contrast dependent changes in receptive field properties. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE  vol. 42, (4) S405-S405.

2000

Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2000). Sensitivity to contrast modulation depends on carrier spatial frequency and orientation. Vision Res  vol. 40, (3) 311-329. 10.1016/s0042-6989(99)00179-0
Dakin SC and Mareschal I (2000). The role of relative motion computation in 'direction repulsion'. Vision Res  vol. 40, (7) 833-841. 10.1016/s0042-6989(99)00226-6
Hawken MJ, Shapley R, Ringach DL, Sceniak MP, Johnson EN and Mareschal I (2000). Laminar distribution of orientation selectivity of macaque V1 neurons. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE  vol. 41, (4) S53-S53.

1999

Mareschal I and Baker CL (1999). Cortical processing of second-order motion. Vis Neurosci  vol. 16, (3) 527-540. 10.1017/s0952523899163132
Mareschal I and Baker CL (1999). Cortical processing of second-order motion. VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE  vol. 16, (3) 527-540. 10.1017/S0952523899163132
Mareschal I, Dakin SC and Baker CL (1999). Neuronal responses to texture borders in cat cortical area 18. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE  vol. 40, (4) S640-S640.

1998

Mareschal I and Baker CL (1998). Temporal and spatial response to second-order stimuli in cat area 18. J Neurophysiol  vol. 80, (6) 2811-2823. 10.1152/jn.1998.80.6.2811
Mareschal I and Baker CL (1998). A cortical locus for the processing of contrast-defined contours. Nat Neurosci  vol. 1, (2) 150-154. 10.1038/401
Mareschal I and Baker CL (1998). A cortical locus for the processing of contrast-defined contours. Nature Neuroscience  vol. 1, (2) 150-154. 10.1038/401
Bex PJ, Simmons DR and Mareschal I (1998). No 2nd-order input to optic-flow perception. PERCEPTION  vol. 27, (2) 237-237.
Dakin SC, Mareschal I and Hess RF (1998). Sensitivity to amplitude modulation depends on carrier spatial frequency and orientation. PERCEPTION  vol. 27, 38-39.

1997

Mareschal I and Baker CL (1997). Bandpass temporal and spatial frequency responses to envelopes of second order stimuli in area 18 neurons. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science  vol. 38, (4)
Mareschal I, Ashida H, Bex PJ, Nishida S and Verstraten FA (1997). Linking lower and higher stages of motion processing? Vision Res  vol. 37, (13) 1755-1759. 10.1016/s0042-6989(96)00333-1

1996

Bex PJ, Verstraten FA and Mareschal I (1996). Temporal and spatial frequency tuning of the flicker motion aftereffect. Vision Res  vol. 36, (17) 2721-2727. 10.1016/0042-6989(96)00004-1
Bex PJ, Verstraten FAJ and Mareschal I (1996). Temporal and Spatial Frequency Tuning of the Flicker Motion Aftereffect. Perception  vol. 25, (1_suppl) 12-12. 10.1068/v96l0804
Mareschal I and Baker CL (1996). Slower preferred velocities to non-fourier stimuli in visual cortex neurons. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science  vol. 37, (3)
Bex PJ, Verstraten FAJ and Mareschal I (1996). Temporal and spatial frequency tuning of the flicker motion aftereffect. PERCEPTION  vol. 25, 33-33.

1994

MARESCHAL I, JONES DG and MURPHY KM (1994). TANGENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PYRAMIDAL NEURONS IN CAT AREA-17 AND AREA-18. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE  vol. 35, (4) 1971-1971.

Grants

Grants of specific relevance to Advanced Robotics
Determinants of information selection during active gaze
Mareschal I, Bex P and Coutrot A
£299,590 Leverhulme Trust (01-01-2021 - 31-12-2023)
Understanding individual differences in facial emotion perception and their association with psychiatric risk indicators
Mareschal I, Viding E and Cosker D
£903,559 Medical Research Council (01-07-2019 - 31-12-2022)


Adapting a transformational education intervention in a humanitarian crisis
Mareschal I, Hadfield K, AlKharouf A and von Stumm S
£359,490 British Academy (01-09-2020 - 31-12-2022)
Effects of early childhood trauma on the development of healthy interpersonal skills
Mareschal I and Hadfield K
£55,218 Waterloo Foundation (25-03-2019 - 01-09-2021)
Temporal characteristics of gaze perception
Mareschal I
£244,098 Leverhulme Trust (01-10-2013 - 01-10-2016)