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    1. Snowden, RJ; Willey, J; Muir, JL
      Visuospatial attention: the role of target contrast and task difficulty when assessing the effects of cues

      PERCEPTION
    2. Doyle, MC; Snowden, RJ
      Identification of visual stimuli is improved by accompanying auditory stimuli: The role of eye movements and sound location

      PERCEPTION
    3. Gray, NS; Williams, J; Fernandez, M; Ruddle, RA; Good, MA; Snowden, RJ
      Context dependent latent inhibition in adult humans

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION B-COMPARATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    4. Snowden, RJ
      Contrast gain mechanism or transient channel? Why the effects of a background pattern alter over time

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Snowden, RJ; Verstraten, FAJ
      Two directions at the same location? Reply to Grunewald

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    6. Brawn, PT; Snowden, RJ
      Attention to overlapping objects: Detection and discrimination of luminance changes

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    7. Blakemore, MR; Snowden, RJ
      Textured backgrounds alter perceived speed

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Snowden, RJ; Verstraten, FAJ
      Motion transparency: making models of motion perception transparent

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    9. Snowden, RJ
      Visual perception: Here's mud in your mind's eye

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    10. Snowden, RJ; Rossiter, MC
      Stereoscopic depth cues can segment motion information

      PERCEPTION
    11. Blakemore, MR; Snowden, RJ
      The effect of contrast upon perceived speed: a general phenomenon?

      PERCEPTION
    12. Snowden, RJ; Edmunds, R
      Colour and polarity contributions to global motion perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Brawn, P; Snowden, RJ
      Can one pay attention to a particular color?

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    14. Snowden, RJ
      Shifts in perceived position following adaptation to visual motion

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    15. SNOWDEN RJ
      TEXTURE SEGREGATION AND VISUAL-SEARCH - A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF RANDOM VARIATIONS ALONG IRRELEVANT DIMENSIONS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    16. SNOWDEN RJ; HAMMETT ST
      THE EFFECTS OF SURROUND CONTRAST ON CONTRAST THRESHOLDS, PERCEIVED CONTRAST AND CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    17. SNOWDEN RJ; STIMPSON N; RUDDLE RA
      SPEED PERCEPTION FOGS UP AS VISIBILITY DROPS

      Nature
    18. SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      PHANTOM MOTION AFTEREFFECTS - EVIDENCE OF DETECTORS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF OPTIC FLOW

      Current biology
    19. SNOWDEN RJ; ROSSITER M
      STEREOSCOPIC DEPTH CUES CAN SEGMENT MOTION INFORMATION

      Perception
    20. SNOWDEN RJ
      PERCEIVED SPEED - EFFECTS OF FIELD SIZE AND BACKGROUND TEXTURE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    21. BRAWN PT; SNOWDEN RJ
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ATTENTION UPON A DETECTION VERSUS A DISCRIMINATION TASK - TASK TYPE OR TASK-DIFFICULTY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    22. BLAKEMORE MR; SNOWDEN RJ
      ATTENTIONAL EFFECTS UPON MOTION SENSITIVITY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    23. SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      THE EFFECTS OF ADAPTING TO COMPLEX MOTIONS - POSITION INVARIANCE AND TUNING TO SPIRAL MOTIONS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    24. SNOWDEN RJ
      VISUAL-SEARCH AND SEGMENTATION - THE ROLE OF IRRELEVANT VARIATIONS INCOLOR AND DEPTH

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    25. SNOWDEN RJ; HAMMETT ST
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY ADAPTATION - THRESHOLD ELEVATION AND PERCEIVED CONTRAST

      Vision research
    26. SNOWDEN RJ; CLAYTON DA
      ASPECTS OF THE LIFE-HISTORY AND SEASONAL ECOLOGY OF NASIMA-DOTILLIFORMIS (ALCOCK) (BRACHYURA, OCYPODIDAE) ON A KUWAIT MUDFLAT

      Journal of the University of Kuwait. Science
    27. SNOWDEN RJ; HAMMETT ST
      THE EFFECT OF CONTRAST SURROUNDS ON CONTRAST CENTERS - MERELY NORMAL MASKING

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    28. SNOWDEN RJ; HESS RF; WAUGH SJ
      THE PROCESSING OF TEMPORAL-MODULATION AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF RETINAL ILLUMINANCE

      Vision research
    29. HAMMETT ST; SNOWDEN RJ
      THE EFFECT OF CONTRAST ADAPTATION ON BRIEFLY PRESENTED STIMULI

      Vision research
    30. SNOWDEN RJ; ULLRICH D; BACH M
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF A STEADY-STATE VISUALLY-EVOKED POTENTIAL IN HUMANS RELATED TO THE MOTION OF A STIMULUS

      Vision research
    31. SNOWDEN RJ; CHARLESWORTH J
      DOES BINOCULAR-RIVALRY FAIL AT EQUILUMINANCE

      Vision research
    32. SNOWDEN RJ
      ADAPTABILITY OF THE VISUAL-SYSTEM IS INVERSELY RELATED TO ITS SENSITIVITY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    33. SNOWDEN RJ; CLAYTON DA; ALTAHER EY
      ASPECTS OF THE ECOLOGY OF TYLODIPLAX-INDICA ALCOCK (BRACHYURA, OCYPODIDAE) ON A KUWAIT MUDFLAT

      Journal of the University of Kuwait. Science
    34. GRAZIANO MSA; ANDERSEN RA; SNOWDEN RJ
      TUNING OF MST NEURONS TO SPIRAL MOTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF MECHANISMS TUNED FOR COMPLEX MOTIONS INTHE HUMAN VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    36. HAMMETT ST; SNOWDEN RJ
      EVIDENCE FOR ADAPTATION EFFECTS FOR BRIEFLY PRESENTED STIMULI

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    37. SMITH AT; SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      IS GLOBAL MOTION REALLY BASED ON SPATIAL INTEGRATION OF LOCAL MOTION SIGNALS

      Vision research
    38. HAMMETT ST; SNOWDEN RJ; SMITH AT
      PERCEIVED CONTRAST AS A FUNCTION OF ADAPTATION DURATION

      Vision research
    39. TREUE S; SNOWDEN RJ; ANDERSEN RA
      THE EFFECT OF TRANSIENCY ON PERCEIVED VELOCITY OF VISUAL-PATTERNS - ACASE OF TEMPORAL CAPTURE

      Vision research
    40. SNOWDEN RJ
      CONTRAST ADAPTATION FROM REMOTE SPATIAL-FREQUENCIES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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