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  1. The influence of spatial congruency and movement preparation time on saccade curvature in simultaneous and sequential dual-tasks

    Vision Research 116:25 (2015)

    • Saccades curve away from attended non-saccade target locations in dual-tasks. • Curvature remains stable over movement preparation time in simultaneous dual-task...
  2. The influence of L-opsin gene polymorphisms and neural ageing on spatio-chromatic contrast sensitivity in 20–71 year olds

    Vision Research 116:13 (2015)

    • Age and L-opsin gene polymorphism effects on chromatic function quantified. • Role of neural changes shown in senescent decline in chromatic contrast sensitivity...
  3. Transformation priming helps to disambiguate sudden changes of sensory inputs

    Vision Research 116:36 (2015)

    Retinal input is riddled with abrupt transients due to self-motion, changes in illumination, object-motion, etc. Our visual system must correctly interpret each of these changes to keep visual perception consistent and sensitive. This poses an enormous challenge, as many transients are...
  4. Masking with faces in central visual field under a variety of temporal schedules

    Vision Research 116:1 (2015)

    • We describe masking in central visual field with faces. • We use both backward and common onset masking schedules. ...
  5. Transparent layer constancy under changes in illumination color: Does task matter?

    Vision Research 116:53 (2015)

    • We investigate transparent layer constancy across illumination changes. • We compare constancy in filter matching and filter identification. ...
  6. Dichoptic colour-saturation masking is unmasked by binocular luminance contrast

    Vision Research 116:45 (2015)

    We demonstrate a new type of interaction between suprathreshold colour (chromatic) and luminance contrast in the context of binocular, specifically dichoptic vision. A highly saturated isoluminant violet ‘mask’ disk in one eye greatly elevates detection thresholds for an isoluminant vi...
  7. Material properties from contours: New insights on object perception

    Vision Research 115(Pt B):280 (2015) PMID 26072333

    • Material attributes depend on the boundary contours that define a visual object. • Materials depend on global/local changes and absences within the shape. ...
  8. A comparison of haptic material perception in blind and sighted individuals

    Vision Research 115(Pt B):238 (2015) PMID 25711976

    • Blind and sighted participants judge materials similarly. • Categorization performance is equal for blind and sighted observers. ...
  9. A statistical perspective to visual masking

    Vision Research 115(Pt A):23 (2015) PMID 26238247

    A stimulus (mask) reduces the visibility of another stimulus (target) when they are presented in close spatio-temporal vicinity of each other, a phenomenon called visual masking. Visual masking has been extensively studied to understand dynamics of information processing in the visual ...
  10. Adults with autism spectrum disorder show evidence of figural aftereffects with male and female faces

    Vision Research 115(Pt A):104 (2015) PMID 26322382

    • Adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) show significant figural aftereffects. • Adults with ASD show somewhat separate aftereffects for male and female faces...