Matthew R Cavanaugh
Matthew R Cavanaugh
Verified email at urmc.rochester.edu
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Visual recovery in cortical blindness is limited by high internal noise
MR Cavanaugh, R Zhang, MD Melnick, A Das, M Roberts, D Tadin, ...
Journal of Vision 15 (10), 9-9, 2015
312015
Visual discrimination training improves Humphrey perimetry in chronic cortically induced blindness
MR Cavanaugh, KR Huxlin
Neurology 88 (19), 1856-1864, 2017
272017
Feature-based attention potentiates recovery of fine direction discrimination in cortically blind patients
MR Cavanaugh, A Barbot, M Carrasco, KR Huxlin
Neuropsychologia 128, 315-324, 2019
202019
Pre-training cortical activity preserved after V1 damage predicts sites of training-induced visual recovery
A Barbot, M Melnick, M Cavanaugh, A Das, E Merriam, D Heeger, ...
Journal of Vision 17 (15), 17-17, 2017
42017
Reader response: Visual discrimination training improves Humphrey perimetry in chronic cortically induced blindness
M Wall, U Schiefer
Neurology 90 (9), 436-437, 2018
32018
Effect of Visual Training on Optic Tract Degeneration after V1 Lesions
BK Fahrenthold, MR Cavanaugh, A Murphy, S Ajina, A Sahraie, H Bridge, ...
Journal of Vision 19 (15), 35-35, 2019
22019
Visual recovery in chronic cortically-blind patients relies on spared cortical activity and increased V1 coverage of the blind field
A Barbot, M Melnick, M Cavanaugh, A Das, E Merriam, D Heeger, ...
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 1074-1074, 2018
22018
Visual discrimination training shrinks cortically blind fields and improves quality of life in chronic stroke patients
M Cavanaugh, S Lilley, M Melnick, A Reisner, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 31-31, 2016
22016
Changes in perilesional V1 underlie training-induced recovery in cortically-blind patients
A Barbot, A Das, MD Melnick, MR Cavanaugh, EP Merriam, DJ Heeger, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Author response to Drs. Wall & Schiefer
KR Huxlin, MR Cavanaugh
2021
Efficacy of Visual Retraining in the Hemianopic Field after Stroke: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial
MR Cavanaugh, LM Blanchard, M McDermott, BL Lam, M Tamhankar, ...
Ophthalmology, 2020
2020
Spatial exogenous attention impacts recovery in cortically blind fields
M Cavanaugh, M Carrasco, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 19 (15), 37-37, 2019
2019
Different properties of training-induced visual recovery in sub-acute and chronic stroke patients
E Saionz, M Cavanaugh, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 17 (15), 30-31, 2017
2017
Natural progression of perimetric visual field defects after V1 stroke
V Wang, E Saionz, M Cavanaugh, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 17 (15), 51-52, 2017
2017
Attentional cues potentiate recovery of fine direction discrimination in cortically-blind patients
M Cavanaugh, A Barbot, M Carrasco, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 207-207, 2017
2017
Attentional cues potentiate full recovery of fine motion discrimination in cortical blindness
M Cavanaugh, A Barbot, M Carrasco, KR Huxlin
Journal of Vision 17 (7), 57-57, 2017
2017
Properties of Training-induced Visual Recovery in Cortical Blindness
M Cavanaugh
University of Rochester, 2017
2017
Target localization errors across the visual field of humans with long-standing V1 damage
E Saionz, M Cavanaugh, A Reisner, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 677-677, 2016
2016
Perceptual training alters residual motion processing in V1-damaged humans
M Melnick, M Cavanaugh, M Carrasco, D Tadin, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1181-1181, 2016
2016
Lack of location specificity along the blind field border for training-induced visual recovery after V1 damage in humans
M Cavanaugh, K Huxlin
Journal of Vision 14 (15), 36-36, 2014
2014
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