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Vision Research

Print ISSN
0042-6989
Electronic ISSN
1878-5646
Impact factor
2.332
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00426989
Usage rank
1005
Article count
11445
Free count
111
Free percentage
0.00969856
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Gale, Rcgp, Proquest, Ingenta, CSA, and Sciencedirect from 1961

  1. Corrigendum to “On the reduced influence of contour on saccade metrics and its competition with stimulus size” [Vision Res. 101 (2014) 158–1...

    Vision Research 108:118 (2015)

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    Vision Research 44(9):0 (2004)

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    Vision Research 42:28 (2002)

  4. Eye movement control during reading: A simulation of some word-targeting strategies
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    Vision Research 38(2):15 (1998)

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    Vision Research 37(13):0 (1997)

  6. Alignment ability of strabismic and eye enucleated subjects on the horizontal and oblique meridians

    Vision Research 35(17):6 (1995)

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    Vision Research 35(5):0 (1995)

  8. Allocentric coding: Spatial range and combination rules

    Vision Research 109:87 (2015)

    • Observers can extract allocentric cues from short glimpses to complex visual scenes. • Allocentric cues remain effective even 10° away from the targets....
  9. Possible functions of contextual modulations and receptive field nonlinearities: pop-out and texture segmentation.

    Vision Research 104:57 (2014) PMID 25064441 PMCID PMC4253048

    We propose that the two processes are mediated by separate mechanisms that function in parallel. More specifically, differences in orientation can cause an object to "pop out" and attract visual attention, if its orientation differs from that of the surrounding objects. Differences in orientation ca...
  10. A quantitative geometric mechanics lens model: insights into the mechanisms of accommodation and presbyopia.

    Vision Research 103:20 (2014) PMID 25130408

    This study expands on a geometric model of ocular accommodation (Reilly and Ravi, Vision Res. 50:330-336; 2010) by relaxing assumptions regarding lens symmetry about the equator. A method for predicting stretching force was derived. Two models were then developed: Model 1 held the equatorial geometr...