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    1. Wicklein, M; Sejnowski, TJ
      Perception of change in depth in the hummingbird hawkmoth Manduca sexta (Sphingidae, Lepidoptera)

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    2. Ujike, H; Ono, H
      Depth thresholds of motion parallax as a function of head movement velocity

      VISION RESEARCH
    3. Domini, F; Adams, W; Banks, MS
      3D after-effects are due to shape and not disparity adaptation

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. McCandless, JW; Ellis, SR; Adelstein, BD
      Localization of a time-delayed, monocular virtual object superimposed on areal environment

      PRESENCE-TELEOPERATORS AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS
    5. Redert, A; Hendriks, E; Biemond, J
      3-D scene reconstruction with viewpoint adaptation on stereo displays

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS FOR VIDEO TECHNOLOGY
    6. Runde, D
      How to realize a natural image reproduction using stereoscopic displays with motion parallax

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS FOR VIDEO TECHNOLOGY
    7. Yamanoue, H; Okui, M; Yuyama, I
      A study on the relationship between shooting conditions and cardboard effect of stereoscopic images

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS FOR VIDEO TECHNOLOGY
    8. Rogers, S
      The emerging concept of information

      ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Nara, H; Ino, S; Ifukube, T
      Effects of optokinetic stimulation presented in a wide view on the sense of equilibrium

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    10. Olberg, RM; Worthington, AH; Venator, KR
      Prey pursuit and interception in dragonflies

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Lehrer, M; Bianco, G
      The turn-back-and-look behaviour: bee versus robot

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    12. Li, L; Warren, WH
      Perception of heading during rotation: sufficiency of dense motion parallax and reference objects

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Hogervorst, MA; Bradshaw, MF; Eagle, RA
      Spatial frequency tuning for 3-D corrugations from motion parallax

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Wickelgren, EA; McConnell, DS; Bingham, GP
      Reaching measures of monocular distance perception: Forward versus side-to-side head movements and haptic feedback

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    15. Guerraz, M; Sakellari, V; Burchill, P; Bronstein, AM
      Influence of motion parallax in the control of spontaneous body sway

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Grigo, A; Lappe, M
      Dynamical use of different sources of information in heading judgments from retinal flow

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    17. Wang, RF; Cutting, JE
      A probabilistic model for recovering camera translation

      COMPUTER VISION AND IMAGE UNDERSTANDING
    18. Lehrer, M
      Shape perception in the honeybee: Symmetry as a global framework

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    19. Kaye, SB; Siddiqui, A; Ward, A; Noonan, C; Fisher, AC; Green, JR; Brown, MC; Wareing, PA; Watt, P
      Monocular and binocular depth discrimination thresholds

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    20. Kral, K; Devetak, D
      The visual orientation strategies of Mantis religiosa and Empusa fasciata reflect differences in the structure of their visual surroundings

      JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
    21. Panerai, F; Hanneton, S; Droulez, J; Cornilleau-Peres, V
      A 6-dof device to measure head movements in active vision experiments: geometric modeling and metric accuracy

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    22. Poom, L; Borjesson, E
      Perceptual depth synthesis in the visual system as revealed by selective adaptation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    23. Thompson, AM; Nawrot, M
      Abnormal depth perception from motion parallax in amblyopic observers

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Brenner, E; van Damme, WJM
      Perceived distance, shape and size

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Brenner, E; Landy, MS
      Interaction between the perceived shape of two objects

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Bradshaw, MF; Rogers, BJ
      Sensitivity to horizontal and vertical corrugations defined by binocular disparity

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Dijkerman, HC; Milner, AD; Carey, DP
      Motion parallax enables depth processing for action in a visual form agnosic when binocular vision is unavailable

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    28. OKAJIMA K; ODA T; TAKASE M
      NEON COLOR SPREADING PROMOTED BY MOTION INFORMATION

      Optical review
    29. Srinivasan, MV
      Insects as Gibsonian animals

      ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    30. EGELHAAF M; KERN R; WARZECHA AK
      SENSORY ECOLOGY AND NEURAL CODING IN ARTHROPODS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    31. VOSS R; ZEIL J
      ACTIVE VISION IN INSECTS - AN ANALYSIS OF OBJECT-DIRECTED ZIGZAG FLIGHTS IN WASPS (ODYNERUS SPINIPES, EUMENIDAE)

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    32. Andersen, GJ; Braunstein, ML; Saidpour, A
      The perception of depth and slant from texture in three-dimensional scenes

      PERCEPTION
    33. Andersen, GJ; Saidpour, A; Braunstein, ML
      Effects of collimation on perceived layout in 3-D scenes

      PERCEPTION
    34. ZIEGLER LR; ROY JP
      LARGE-SCALE STEREOPSIS AND OPTIC FLOW - DEPTH ENHANCED BY SPEED AND OPPONENT-MOTION

      Vision research
    35. BEUSMANS JMH
      OPTIC FLOW AND THE METRIC OF THE VISUAL GROUND PLANE

      Vision research
    36. KOSSOKO A; BOOTSMA RJ
      ACCURACY DEMANDS, ENVIRONMENTAL STRUCTURE AND VIEWING CONDITIONS IN INTERCEPTION TASKS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    37. ATCHLEY P; ANDERSEN GJ; WUESTEFELD AP
      COOPERATIVITY, PRIMING, AND 3-D SURFACE DETECTION FROM OPTIC FLOW

      Perception & psychophysics
    38. POTESER M; PABST MA; KRAL K
      PROPRIOCEPTIVE CONTRIBUTION TO DISTANCE ESTIMATION BY MOTION PARALLAXIN A PRAYING MANTID

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    39. Lehrer, M
      Looking all around: Honeybees use different cues in different eye regions

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. KRAL K
      SPATIAL VISION IN THE COURSE OF AN INSECTS LIFE

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    41. PAS SFT; KAPPERS AML; KOENDERINK JJ
      DETECTION OF 2ND-ORDER STRUCTURE IN OPTICAL-FLOW FIELDS

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    42. LUNN PD; MORGAN MJ
      DISCRIMINATION OF THE SPATIAL DERIVATIVES OF HORIZONTAL BINOCULAR DISPARITY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    43. SCHAAFSMA SJ; DUYSENS J; GIELEN CCAM
      RESPONSES IN VENTRAL INTRAPARIETAL AREA OF AWAKE MACAQUE MONKEY TO OPTIC FLOW PATTERNS CORRESPONDING TO ROTATION OF PLANES IN-DEPTH CAN BE EXPLAINED BY TRANSLATION AND EXPANSION EFFECTS

      Visual neuroscience
    44. KRAL K; POTESER M
      MOTION PARALLAX AS A SOURCE OF DISTANCE INFORMATION IN LOCUSTS AND MANTIDS

      Journal of insect behavior
    45. CUTTING JE
      HOW THE EYE MEASURES REALITY AND VIRTUAL-REALITY

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    46. BLANKE H; NALBACH HO; VARJU D
      WHOLE-FIELD INTEGRATION, NOT DETAILED ANALYSIS, IS USED BY THE CRAB OPTOKINETIC SYSTEM TO SEPARATE ROTATION AND TRANSLATION IN OPTIC FLOW

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    47. SIMMONS PJ; RIND FC
      RESPONSES TO OBJECT APPROACH BY A WIDE-FIELD VISUAL NEURON, THE LGMD2OF THE LOCUST - CHARACTERIZATION AND IMAGE CUES

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    48. FISHER K; SANCHEZ N
      THE EFFECT OF ACCOMMODATIVE HYSTERESIS ON APPARENT STATIONARITY

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    49. DOMINI F; CAUDEK C; PROFFITT DR
      MISPERCEPTIONS OF ANGULAR VELOCITIES INFLUENCE THE PERCEPTION OF RIGIDITY IN THE KINETIC DEPTH EFFECT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    50. DYRE BP; ANDERSEN GJ
      IMAGE VELOCITY MAGNITUDES AND PERCEPTION OF HEADING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    51. PHILBECK JW; LOOMIS JM
      COMPARISON OF 2 INDICATORS OF PERCEIVED EGOCENTRIC DISTANCE UNDER FULL-CUE AND REDUCED-CUE CONDITIONS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    52. KANEKO H; HOWARD IP
      SPATIAL LIMITATION OF VERTICAL-SIZE DISPARITY PROCESSING

      Vision research
    53. MEESE TS; HARRIS MG
      COMPUTATION OF SURFACE SLANT FROM OPTIC FLOW - ORTHOGONAL COMPONENTS OF SPEED GRADIENT CAN BE COMBINED

      Vision research
    54. PHILBECK JW; LOOMIS JM; BEALL AC
      VISUALLY PERCEIVED LOCATION IS AN INVARIANT IN THE CONTROL OF ACTION

      Perception & psychophysics
    55. HOFFMAN DD; SINGH M
      SALIENCE OF VISUAL PARTS

      Cognition
    56. DAFNI A; LEHRER M; KEVAN PG
      SPATIAL FLOWER PARAMETERS AND INSECT SPATIAL VISION

      Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
    57. COLLETT TS
      VISION - SIMPLE STEREOPSIS

      Current biology
    58. TREUE S; ANDERSEN RA
      NEURAL RESPONSES TO VELOCITY-GRADIENTS IN MACAQUE CORTICAL AREA MT

      Visual neuroscience
    59. TOMASI C; SHI J
      IMAGE DEFORMATIONS ARE BETTER THAN OPTICAL-FLOW

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    60. REINHARDTRUTLAND AH
      DEPTH JUDGMENTS OF TRIANGULAR SURFACES DURING MOVING MONOCULAR VIEWING

      Perception
    61. BURACAS GT; ALBRIGHT TD
      CONTRIBUTION OF AREA MT TO PERCEPTION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE - A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY

      Vision research
    62. BRADSHAW MF; ROGERS BJ
      THE INTERACTION OF BINOCULAR DISPARITY AND MOTION PARALLAX IN THE COMPUTATION OF DEPTH

      Vision research
    63. MENDEZ MF; CHERRIER MM; MEADOWS RS
      DEPTH-PERCEPTION IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Perceptual and motor skills
    64. REINHARDTRUTLAND AH
      REMOTE OPERATION - A SELECTIVE REVIEW OF RESEARCH INTO VISUAL DEPTH-PERCEPTION

      The Journal of general psychology
    65. REINHARDTRUTLAND AH
      PERCEIVING THE ORIENTATION-IN-DEPTH OF TRIANGULAR SURFACES - STATIC-MONOCULAR, MOVING-MONOCULAR, AND STATIC-BINOCULAR VIEWING

      The Journal of general psychology
    66. BRACKENBURY J
      TARGETING AND VISUOMOTOR SPACE IN THE LEAF-HOPPER EMPOASCA-VITIS (GOTHE) (HEMIPTERA, CICADELLIDAE)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    67. LEHRER M
      SMALL-SCALE NAVIGATION IN THE HONEYBEE - ACTIVE ACQUISITION OF VISUALINFORMATION ABOUT THE GOAL

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    68. BARDY BG; WARREN WH; KAY BA
      MOTION PARALLAX IS USED TO CONTROL POSTURAL SWAY DURING WALKING

      Experimental Brain Research
    69. MEESE TS; HARRIS MG; FREEMAN TCA
      SPEED GRADIENTS AND THE PERCEPTION OF SURFACE SLANT - ANALYSIS IS 2-DIMENSIONAL NOT ONE-DIMENSIONAL

      Vision research
    70. NORMAN JF; TODD JT
      THE PERCEPTION OF 3-D STRUCTURE FROM CONTRADICTORY OPTICAL-PATTERNS

      Perception & psychophysics
    71. ZHANG SW; SRINIVASAN MV; COLLETT T
      CONVERGENT PROCESSING IN HONEYBEE VISION - MULTIPLE CHANNELS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF SHAPE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. BRACKENBURY J; WANG R
      BALLISTICS AND VISUAL TARGETING IN FLEA-BEETLES (ALTICINAE)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    73. POTESER M; KRAL K
      VISUAL DISTANCE DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN STATIONARY TARGETS IN PRAYING-MANTIS - AN INDEX OF THE USE OF MOTION PARALLAX

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    74. NAKAMIZO S; KONDO M
      DEPTH-PERCEPTION OF STEREOKINETIC CONE AND ABSOLUTE DISTANCE INFORMATION

      Japanese psychological research
    75. SAKURAI K
      A SURVEY OF VIRTUAL-REALITY RESEARCH - FR OM TECHNOLOGY TO PSYCHOLOGY

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    76. MAROTTA JJ; PERROT TS; NICOLLE D; SERVOS P; GOODALE MA
      ADAPTING TO MONOCULAR VISION - GRASPING WITH ONE EYE

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. DIJKSTRA TMH; SNOEREN PR; GIELEN CCAM
      EXTRACTION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE FROM OPTIC FLOW - A GEOMETRIC APPROACH

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    78. SATOH K; OHTA Y
      PASSIVE DEPTH ACQUISITION FOR 3D IMAGE DISPLAYS

      IEICE transactions on information and systems
    79. ISHII I; KARASAWA T; MAKINO H
      A METHOD OF HANDLING VIRTUAL OBJECTS THAT INCORPORATES THE SENSE OF TOUCH

      Systems and computers in Japan
    80. FARINA WM; VARJU D; ZHOU Y
      THE REGULATION OF DISTANCE TO DUMMY FLOWERS DURING HOVERING FLIGHT INTHE HAWK MOTH MACROGLOSSUM-STELLATARUM

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    81. WALCHER F; KRAL K
      VISUAL DEPRIVATION AND DISTANCE ESTIMATION IN THE PRAYING-MANTIS LARVA

      Physiological entomology
    82. PREDEBON J; WOOLLEY JS
      THE FAMILIAR-SIZE CUE TO DEPTH UNDER REDUCED-CUE VIEWING CONDITIONS

      Perception
    83. LEHRER M; SRINIVASAN MV
      ACTIVE VISION IN HONEYBEES - TASK-ORIENTED SUPPRESSION OF AN INNATE BEHAVIOR

      Vision research
    84. BOWNS L; KIRSHNER L; STEINBACH M
      HEMIFIELD RELATIVE MOTION BIAS IN ADULTS MONOCULARLY ENUCLEATED AT ANEARLY AGE

      Vision research
    85. LEHRER M
      SPATIAL VISION IN THE HONEYBEE - THE USE OF DIFFERENT CUES IN DIFFERENT TASKS

      Vision research
    86. FREEMAN TCA; HARRIS MG; TYLER PA
      HUMAN SENSITIVITY TO TEMPORAL PROXIMITY - THE ROLE OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SPEED GRADIENTS

      Perception & psychophysics
    87. PRETE FR
      STIMULUS CONFIGURATION AND LOCATION IN THE VISUAL-FIELD AFFECT APPETITIVE RESPONSES BY THE PRAYING-MANTIS, SPHODROMANTIS-LINEOLA (BURR)

      Visual neuroscience
    88. LAND MF
      THE VISUAL CONTROL OF COURTSHIP BEHAVIOR IN THE FLY POECILOBOTHRUS-NOBILITATUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    89. SPORK P; PREISS R
      CONTROL OF FLIGHT BY MEANS OF LATERAL VISUAL-STIMULI IN GREGARIOUS DESERT LOCUSTS, SCHISTOCERCA-GREGARIA

      Physiological entomology
    90. TRESILIAN JR
      4 QUESTIONS OF TIME TO CONTACT - A CRITICAL-EXAMINATION OF RESEARCH ON INTERCEPTIVE TIMING

      Perception
    91. NAWROT M; BLAKE R
      ON THE PERCEPTUAL IDENTITY OF DYNAMIC STEREOPSIS AND KINETIC DEPTH

      Vision research
    92. VANDAMME WJM; VANDEGRIND WA
      ACTIVE VISION AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE

      Vision research
    93. WUST RM; KAPPERS AML; KOENDERINK JJ
      VISUOMOTOR CONTROL OF THE RELATIVE MOVEMENT OF RANDOM-DOT PATTERNS

      Perceptual and motor skills
    94. ANDERSEN GJ; WUESTEFELD AP
      DETECTION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL SURFACES FROM OPTIC FLOW - THE EFFECTS OF NOISE

      Perception & psychophysics
    95. KOCK A; JAKOBS AK; KRAL K
      VISUAL PREY DISCRIMINATION IN MONOCULAR AND BINOCULAR PRAYING-MANTIS TENODERA-SINENSIS DURING POSTEMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of insect physiology
    96. REINHARDTRUTLAND AH
      DETECTING SLANT-IN-DEPTH OF REAL TRAPEZOIDAL AND RECTANGULAR SURFACES- MOVING-MONOCULAR VIEWING EQUIVALENT TO STATIONARY-BINOCULAR VIEWING

      The Journal of general psychology
    97. PRETE FR; PLACEK PJ; WILSON MA; MAHAFFEY RJ; NEMCEK RR
      STIMULUS SPEED AND ORDER OF PRESENTATION EFFECT THE VISUALLY RELEASEDPREDATORY BEHAVIORS OF THE PRAYING-MANTIS SPHODROMANTIS-LINEOLA (BURR)

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    98. CORNILLEAUPERES V; DROULEZ J
      SPATIAL CONSTANCY AND THE VISUAL-PERCEPTION OF SURFACE CURVATURE FROMOPTICAL-FLOW

      Irish journal of psychology


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