The modulation of perceptual selection by working memory is dependent on the focus of spatial attention
An independent effect of spatial frequency on motion integration reveals orientation resolution
Shape and individual variability of the blur adaptation curve ☆
Comparing mfERGs with estimates of cone density from in vivo imaging of the photoreceptor mosaic using a modified Heidelberg retina tomograph
The prevalence effect is determined by past experience, not future prospects
Visual motion gradient sensitivity shows scale invariant spatial frequency and speed tuning properties
Linking depth to lightness and anchoring within the differentiation–integration formalism
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