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  1. Symmetrical horizontal vergence contributes to the asymmetrical pursuit of targets in depth

    Vision Research 44(26):10 (2004) PMID 15474574

    We have developed a method where horizontal vergence is "tagged" by training it to have a vertical vergence component that can then be identified in combined pursuit-vergence movements. Four subjects trained eye movements to have a vertical vergence component by fusing vertical disparities that vari...
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    Vision Research 44(9):0 (2004)

  3. Some observations on the effects of slant and texture type on slant-from-texture

    Vision Research 44(13):25 (2004) PMID 15126062

    We measure the performance of five subjects in a two-alternative-forced-choice slant-discrimination task for differently textured planes. As textures we used uniform lattices, randomly displaced lattices, circles (polka dots), Voronoi tessellations, plaids, 1/f noise, "coherent" noise and a leopard...
  4. Transsaccadic perception of translating objects: effects of landmark objects and visual field position.

    Vision Research 42(14):1785 (2002) PMID 12127110

    We compared detection of intrasaccadic displacements of translating objects in relative motion (moving towards the landmark object) and translating objects moving in isolation. No 'facilitatory' effect of relative motion was found. However a visual field effect was present. Performance was always be...
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    Vision Research 42:28 (2002)

  6. Spatial neural modulation transfer function of human foveal visual system for equiluminous chromatic gratings.

    Vision Research 41(13):1659 (2001) PMID 11348648

    We measured contrast sensitivity as a function of retinal illuminance for spatial frequencies of 0.125-4 c/deg with equiluminous red-green and blue-yellow gratings. Contrast sensitivity for chromatic gratings first increased with luminance, obeying the Rose-DeVries law, but then the increase saturat...
  7. Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding.

    Vision Research 41(14):1833 (2001) PMID 11369047

    We measured contrast thresholds for identifying the middle letters in strings of three randomly chosen lower-case letters (trigrams), for a range of letter spacings. Letters were digitally filtered using a set of bandpass filters, with peak object spatial frequencies ranging from 0.63 to 10 c/letter...
  8. Perceived visual direction near an occluder.

    Vision Research 39(24):4085 (1999) PMID 10748941

    We examined whether this prediction holds by asking observers to align a vertical monocular line segment with a nearby vertical binocular segment. We found it necessary to correct the alignment data for vergence errors, which were measured in a control experiment, and for monocular spatial distortio...
  9. Post-retinal processing of background luminance.

    Vision Research 39(24):4045 (1999) PMID 10748937

    Our results from interocular luminance masking suggest, however, that cortical masking effects play a primary role in the attenuation of low frequency sensitivity. Results also revealed that interocular luminance masking saturates and that semisaturation occurs where left and right eye luminances ar...
  10. Visual adaptation as optimal information transmission.

    Vision Research 39(23):3960 (1999) PMID 10748928

    We propose that visual adaptation in orientation, spatial frequency, and motion can be understood from the perspective of optimal information transmission. The essence of the proposal is that neural response properties at the system level should be adjusted to the changing statistics of the input so...