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1947 2
1952 2
1953 13
1955 13
1956 10
1957 6
1958 1
1959 5
1960 10
1961 12
1962 17
1965 12
1966 13
1967 10
1968 4
1969 1
1970 3
1971 7
1972 14
1973 12
1974 85
1975 370
1976 466
1977 504
1978 630
1979 686
1980 674
1981 641
1982 628
1983 660
1984 637
1985 731
1986 581
1987 599
1988 582
1989 648
1990 859
1991 881
1992 1006
1993 1104
1994 1240
1995 1228
1996 1363
1997 1470
1998 1733
1999 1802
2000 1871
2001 2044
2002 2095
2003 2313
2004 2810
2005 3465
2006 3733
2007 3966
2008 4517
2009 5126
2010 5571
2011 5984
2012 6295
2013 6327
2014 6255
2015 6554
2016 5804
2017 5261
2018 5585
2019 2295
2020 21
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Visual Acceleration Perception for Simple and Complex Motion Patterns.
Mueller AS and Timney B. PLoS One 2016. PMID 26901879 Free PMC article.
Humans are able to judge whether a target is accelerating in many viewing contexts, but it is an open question how the motion pattern per se affects visual acceleration perception. ...
Humans are able to judge whether a target is accelerating in many viewing contexts, but it is an open question how the motion pattern per se …
Paradoxical perception of object identity in visual motion.
Zharikova A, et al. Vision Res 2017. PMID 28456533 Free PMC article.
Grouping over long and short distances corresponds to the perception of the respectively large and small objects. We find that grouping over long distances is often preferred to grouping over short distances, against predictions of the proximity principle. ...This is evidence that the perception of object identity can be explained by a computational principle of neural economy rather than by the empirical principle of proximity....
Grouping over long and short distances corresponds to the perception of the respectively large and small objects. We find that groupi …
Stereopsis: are we assessing it in enough depth?
O'Connor AR and Tidbury LP. Clin Exp Optom 2018 - Review. PMID 29377291 Free PMC article.
The world is not static, yet clinical tests are limited to measuring static stereoacuity, even though higher grades of depth perception can be identified in the presence of changing depth. ...
The world is not static, yet clinical tests are limited to measuring static stereoacuity, even though higher grades of depth perception
Continuous flash suppression and monocular pattern masking impact subjective awareness similarly
Knotts JD, et al. Atten Percept Psychophys 2018. PMID 30062650 Free PMC article.
Peters and Lau (eLife, 4, e09651, 2015) found that when criterion bias is controlled for, there is no evidence for unconscious visual perception in normal observers, in the sense that they cannot directly discriminate a target above chance without knowing it. One criticism of that study is that the visual suppression method used, forward and backward masking (FBM), may be too blunt in the way it interferes with visual processing to allow for unconscious forced-choice discrimination. ...
Peters and Lau (eLife, 4, e09651, 2015) found that when criterion bias is controlled for, there is no evidence for unconscious visual
Binocular Mechanisms of 3D Motion Processing
Cormack LK, et al. Annu Rev Vis Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28746813 Free PMC article.
The visual system must recover important properties of the external environment if its host is to survive. Because the retinae are effectively two-dimensional but the world is three-dimensional (3D), the patterns of stimulation both within and across the eyes must be used to infer the distal stimulus-the environment-in all three dimensions. ...Further, it can help clarify how future studies can more directly focus on the computations and stimulus properties the visual system might use to support perception and behavior in a dynamic 3D world....
The visual system must recover important properties of the external environment if its host is to survive. Because the retinae are ef …
Capabilities and Limitations of Peripheral Vision
Rosenholtz R. Annu Rev Vis Sci 2016 - Review. PMID 28532349
From peripheral recognition to visual search, from change blindness to getting the gist of a scene, a lossy but relatively fixed peripheral encoding may determine the difficulty of many tasks. This finding suggests that the visual system may be more stable, and less dynamically changing as a function of attention, than previously assumed....
From peripheral recognition to visual search, from change blindness to getting the gist of a scene, a lossy but relatively fixed peri …
Chromatic interocular-switch rivalry
Christiansen JH, et al. J Vis 2017. PMID 28510624 Free PMC article.
The Eyes Wide Shut Illusion
Hochstein S. Perception 2018. PMID 30001678
Consistent with reverse hierarchy theory, vision at a glance grants conscious perception of the gist of the scene, integrating images of nonperfectly symmetric eyes....
Consistent with reverse hierarchy theory, vision at a glance grants conscious perception of the gist of the scene, integrating images …
Binocular vs. monocular hue perception.
Opper JK and Volbrecht VJ. Vision Res 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27956117 Free article.
Hue perception has been shown to differ for the same stimulus when presented to the temporal and the nasal areas of the retina. ...Eye dominance did not appear to have an effect on hue perception. The results seem to indicate that visual information from the temporal retina is weighted more heavily when information from the two eyes is combined cortically. ...
Hue perception has been shown to differ for the same stimulus when presented to the temporal and the nasal areas of the retina. ...Ey …
Consciousness and working memory: Current trends and research perspectives
Velichkovsky BB. Conscious Cogn 2017 - Review. PMID 28756199
Evidence for unconscious elements in working memory is shown to come from visual masking and attentional blink paradigms, and from the studies of implicit working memory. ...
Evidence for unconscious elements in working memory is shown to come from visual masking and attentional blink paradigms, and from th …
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