Reconsidering Yarbus: A failure to predict observers' task from eye movement patterns
Aging effect in pattern, motion and cognitive visual evoked potentials
Occlusion improves the interpolation of sampled motion
Measuring the accommodative response with a double-pass system: Comparison with the Hartmann-Shack technique
Sensitivity to nonaccidental properties across various shape dimensions
Non-linear global pooling in the discrimination of circular and non-circular shapes
Seeing visual word forms: Spatial summation, eccentricity and spatial configuration
Lateral interactions in the superior colliculus produce saccade deviation in a neural field model
Dichoptic difference thresholds for chromatic stimuli
Two-dimensional pattern motion analysis uses local features ☆
Short-term adaptation of accommodation, accommodative vergence and disparity vergence facility
The effect of dot speed and density on the development of global motion perception
Averaging is not everything: The saccade global effect weakens with increasing stimulus size
The temporal course of recovery from brief (sub-second) adaptations to spatial contrast
Using electroretinograms to assess flicker fusion frequency in domestic hens Gallus gallus domesticus
A flanker effect for moving visual stimuli
Spatial-frequency requirements for reading revisited
View-invariance learning in object recognition by pigeons depends on error-driven associative learning processes
Foveal color perception: Minimal thresholds at a boundary between perceptual categories
Multiplexing in the primate motion pathway
Simulations of induced visual scene fading with boundary offset and filling-in
Responses to second-order texture modulations undergo surround suppression
Reduction in sensitivity to radial optic-flow congruent with ego-motion
Upper–lower visual field asymmetries in oculomotor inhibition of emotional distractors
Binocular retinal image differences influence eye-position signals for perceived visual direction
Screening and sampling in studies of binocular vision
Does action affect perception or memory?