Wohlgemuth was right: Distracting attention from the adapting stimulus does not decrease the motion after-effect
Degeneration of cortical function in the Royal College of Surgeons rat
The role of transparency in da Vinci stereopsis
The neural basis for shape preferences
The contribution of different parts of the visual field to the perception of upright
Effects of speed, age, and amblyopia on the perception of motion-defined form
The effect of photopigment optical density on the color vision of the anomalous trichromat
Evaluating methods to measure time-to-contact