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    1. Ashida, H; Seiffert, AE; Osaka, N
      Inefficient visual search for second-order motion

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    2. Aquilante, K; Yager, D; Morris, RA; Khmelnitsky, F
      Low-vision patients with age-related maculopathy read RSVP faster when word duration varies according to word length

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    3. Peli, E
      Vision multiplexing: an engineering approach to vision rehabilitation device development

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    4. Thorpe, SJ; Gegenfurtner, KR; Fabre-Thorpe, M; Bulthoff, HH
      Detection of animals in natural images using far peripheral vision

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Mast, FW; Berthoz, A; Kosslyn, SM
      Mental imagery of visual motion modifies the perception of roll-vection stimulation

      PERCEPTION
    6. Plainis, S; Murray, IJ; Chauhan, K
      Raised visual detection thresholds depend on the level of complexity of cognitive foveal loading

      PERCEPTION
    7. Danahy, JW
      Technology for dynamic viewing and peripheral vision in landscape visualization

      LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING
    8. Legge, GE; Mansfield, JS; Chung, STL
      Psychophysics of reading XX. Linking letter recognition to reading speed in central and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Watanabe, K
      Modulation of spatial attention with unidirectional field motion: an implication for the shift of the OKN beating field

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Makela, P; Nasanen, R; Rovamo, J; Melmoth, D
      Identification of facial images in peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Murakami, I; Cavanagh, P
      Visual jitter: evidence for visual-motion-based compensation of retinal slip due to small eye movements

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Schiefer, U; Strasburger, H; Becker, ST; Vonthein, R; Schiller, J; Dietrich, TJ; Hart, W
      Reaction time in automated kinetic perimetry: effects of stimulus luminance, eccentricity, and movement direction

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Chung, STL; Levi, DM; Legge, GE
      Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Findlay, JM; Brown, V; Glichrist, ID
      Saccade target selection in visual search: the effect of information from the previous fixation

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Groen, EL; Clari, MSVV; Hosman, RJAW
      Evaluation of perceived motion during a simulated takeoff run

      JOURNAL OF AIRCRAFT
    16. Bedard, P; Proteau, L
      On the role of static and dynamic visual afferent information in goal-directed aiming movements

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Intriligator, J; Cavanagh, P
      The spatial resolution of visual attention

      COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    18. McKendrick, AM; Johnson, CA
      Aliasing for rapidly counterphasing stimuli: a failure to demonstrate an M-cell sampling limit to resolution

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    19. Thibos, LN
      The prospects for perfect vision

      JOURNAL OF REFRACTIVE SURGERY
    20. Petre, KL; Hazel, CA; Fine, EM; Rubin, GS
      Reading with eccentric fixation is faster in inferior visual field than inleft visual field

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    21. Juttner, M; Rentschler, I
      Scale-invariant superiority of foveal vision in perceptual categorization

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. 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
    23. Melmoth, DR; Kukkonen, HT; Makela, PK; Rovamo, JM
      Scaling extrafoveal detection of distortion in a face and grating

      PERCEPTION
    24. Palmisano, S; Gillam, BJ; Blackburn, SG
      Global-perspective jitter improves vection in central vision

      PERCEPTION
    25. Melmoth, DR; Kukkonen, HT; Makela, PK; Rovamo, JM
      The effect of contrast and size scaling on face perception in foveal and extrafoveal vision

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    26. Willis, A; Anderson, SJ
      Effects of glaucoma and aging on photopic and scotopic motion perception

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    27. Harris, JP; Wink, B
      Invariance of the perceived spatial frequency shift of peripherally viewedgratings with manipulations of contrast, duration, and luminance

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Levi, DM; McGraw, PV; Klein, SA
      Vernier and contrast discrimination in central and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    29. Anderson, SJ; Yamagishi, N
      Spatial localization of colour and luminance stimuli in human peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    30. Blakemore, MR; Snowden, RJ
      Textured backgrounds alter perceived speed

      VISION RESEARCH
    31. Brooks, K; Mather, G
      Perceived speed of motion in depth is reduced in the periphery

      VISION RESEARCH
    32. Hooge, ITC; Frens, MA
      Inhibition of saccade return (ISR): spatio-temporal properties of saccade programming

      VISION RESEARCH
    33. Xing, J; Heeger, DJ
      Center-surround interactions in foveal and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    34. Morgan, MJ; Mason, AJS; Baldassi, S
      Are there separate first-order and second-order mechanisms for orientationdiscrimination?

      VISION RESEARCH
    35. van der Steen, FAM; Brockhoff, PTM
      Induction and impairment of saturated yaw and surge vection

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    36. Proteau, L; Boivin, K; Linossier, S; Abahnini, K
      Exploring the limits of peripheral vision for the control of movement

      JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR
    37. Miura, K; Nagano, T
      A computational model for the detection of object motion by moving observer using self-motion signals

      INFORMATION SCIENCES
    38. Lindner, A; Ilg, UJ
      Initiation of smooth-pursuit eye movements to first-order and second-ordermotion stimuli

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    39. Barrett, BT; Morrill, P; Whitaker, D
      Compound grating discrimination in extrafoveal and amblyopic vision

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Haegerstrom-Portnoy, G; Scheck, ME; Brabyn, JA
      Seeing into old age: Vision function beyond acuity

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    41. Fine, EM; Hazel, CA; Petre, KL; Rubin, GS
      Are the benefits of sentence context different in central and peripheral vision?

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    42. Plumbley, MD
      Do cortical maps adapt to optimize information density?

      NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS
    43. Norcia, AM; Wesemann, W; Manny, RE
      Electrophysiological correlates of vernier and relative motion mechanisms in human visual cortex

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Halpern, SD; Andrews, TJ; Purves, D
      Interindividual variation in human visual performance

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    45. Levi, DM
      Progress and paradigm shifts in spatial vision over the 20 years of ECVP

      PERCEPTION
    46. Leat, SJ; Li, W; Epp, K
      Crowding in central and eccentric vision: The effects of contour interaction and attention

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    47. CLIFFORD CWG; VAINA LM
      A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF SELECTIVE DEFICITS IN FIRST-ORDER AND 2ND-ORDER MOTION PROCESSING

      Vision research (Oxford)
    48. Hooge, ITC; Erkelens, CJ
      Peripheral vision and oculomotor control during visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    49. Thompson, AM; Nawrot, M
      Abnormal depth perception from motion parallax in amblyopic observers

      VISION RESEARCH
    50. Bilodeau, L; Faubert, J
      The oblique effect with colour defined motion throughout the visual field

      VISION RESEARCH
    51. Levi, DM; Klein, SA; Sharma, V
      Position jitter and undersampling in pattern perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    52. Alais, D; Blake, R
      Grouping visual features during binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    53. Seiffert, AE; Cavanagh, P
      Position-based motion perception for color and texture stimuli: effects ofcontrast and speed

      VISION RESEARCH
    54. Sharma, V; Levi, DM; Coletta, NJ
      Sparse-sampling of gratings in the visual cortex of strabismic amblyopes

      VISION RESEARCH
    55. Candy, TR; Banks, MS
      Use of an early nonlinearity to measure optical and receptor resolution inthe human infant

      VISION RESEARCH
    56. Guirao, A; Artal, P
      Off-axis monochromatic aberrations estimated from double pass measurementsin the human eye

      VISION RESEARCH
    57. Galvin, SJ; O'Shea, RP; Squire, AM; Hailstone, DS
      Sharpness overconstancy: the roles of visibility and current context

      VISION RESEARCH
    58. Lu, ZL; Sperling, G
      Second-order reversed phi

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    59. Atchley, P; Andersen, GJ
      The discrimination of heading from optic flow is not retinally invariant

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    60. Kuno, S; Kawakita, T; Kawakami, O; Miyake, Y; Watanabe, S
      Postural adjustment response to depth direction moving patterns produced by virtual reality graphics

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Thilo, KV; Probst, T; Bronstein, AM; Ito, Y; Gresty, MA
      Torsional eye movements are facilitated during perception of self-motion

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    62. Lamble, D; Laakso, M; Summala, H
      Detection thresholds in car following situations and peripheral vision: implications for positioning of visually demanding in-car displays

      ERGONOMICS
    63. Shimizu, S; Suematsu, Y; Yahata, S
      Wide-angle vision sensor with high-distortion lens - (Detection of camera location and gaze direction based on the two-parallel-line algorithm)

      JSME INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL SERIES C-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS MACHINE ELEMENTS AND MANUFACTURING
    64. THIBOS LN
      ACUITY PERIMETRY AND THE SAMPLING THEORY OF VISUAL RESOLUTION

      Optometry and vision science
    65. ZANKER JM
      LIMITING FACTORS FOR THE DETECTION OF ORIENTATION

      Perception
    66. BENNETT S; DAVIDS K
      MANIPULATING PERIPHERAL VISUAL INFORMATION IN MANUAL AIMING - EXPLORING THE NOTION OF SPECIFICITY OF LEARNING

      Human movement science
    67. PAS SFT; KAPPERS AML; KOENDERINK JJ
      LOCATING THE SINGULAR POINT IN FIRST-ORDER OPTICAL-FLOW FIELDS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    68. ZIEGLER LR; ROY JP
      LARGE-SCALE STEREOPSIS AND OPTIC FLOW - DEPTH ENHANCED BY SPEED AND OPPONENT-MOTION

      Vision research
    69. WANG H; LEVI DM; KLEIN SA
      SPATIAL UNCERTAINTY AND SAMPLING EFFICIENCY IN AMBLYOPIC POSITION ACUITY

      Vision research
    70. LEVI DM; SHARMA V
      INTEGRATION OF LOCAL ORIENTATION IN STRABISMIC AMBLYOPIA

      Vision research
    71. CARRASCO M; MCLEAN TL; KATZ SM; FRIEDER KS
      FEATURE ASYMMETRIES IN VISUAL-SEARCH - EFFECTS OF DISPLAY DURATION, TARGET ECCENTRICITY, ORIENTATION AND SPATIAL-FREQUENCY

      Vision research
    72. SMITH AT; LEDGEWAY T
      SENSITIVITY TO 2ND-ORDER MOTION AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPORAL FREQUENCY AND ECCENTRICITY

      Vision research
    73. NASANEN R; OLEARY C
      RECOGNITION OF BAND-PASS FILTERED HAND-WRITTEN NUMERALS IN FOVEAL ANDPERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    74. SEIFFERT AE; CAVANAGH P
      POSITION DISPLACEMENT, NOT VELOCITY, IS THE CUE TO MOTION DETECTION OF 2ND-ORDER STIMULI

      Vision research (Oxford)
    75. CHUNG STL; MANSFIELD JS; LEGGE GE
      PSYCHOPHYSICS OF READING - XVIII - THE EFFECT OF PRINT SIZE ON READING SPEED IN NORMAL PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    76. MADDESS T; HEMMI JM; JAMES AC
      EVIDENCE FOR SPATIAL ALIASING EFFECTS IN THE Y-LIKE CELLS OF THE MAGNOCELLULAR VISUAL PATHWAY

      Vision research (Oxford)
    77. NAKAMURA S; SHIMOJO S
      STIMULUS SIZE AND ECCENTRICITY IN VISUALLY INDUCED PERCEPTION OF HORIZONTALLY TRANSLATIONAL SELF-MOTION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    78. SUMMALA H; LAMBLE D; LAAKSO M
      DRIVING EXPERIENCE AND PERCEPTION OF THE LEAD CARS BRAKING WHEN LOOKING AT IN-CAR TARGETS

      Accident analysis and prevention
    79. BEARD BL; KLEIN SA; CARNEY T
      MOTION THRESHOLDS CAN BE PREDICTED FROM CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    80. WANG YZ; HESS RF; BAKER CL
      2ND-ORDER MOTION PERCEPTION IN PERIPHERAL-VISION - LIMITS OF EARLY FILTERING

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    81. CHAVIS PS; ALHAZMI A; CLUNIE D; HOYT WF
      TEMPORAL CRESCENT SYNDROME WITH MAGNETIC-RESONANCE CORRELATION

      Journal of neuro-ophthalmology
    82. OJIMA S; YANO S
      EFFECT OF DEPTH SENSATION ON BODY SWAY WITH BINOCULAR VISION

      Electronics and communications in Japan. Part 3, Fundamental electronic science
    83. NOUGIER V; BARD C; FLEURY M; TEASDALE N
      CONTRIBUTION OF CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL-VISION TO THE REGULATION OF STANCE

      Gait & posture
    84. ETNIER JL; SALAZAR W; LANDERS DM; PETRUZZELLO SJ; HAN M; NOWELL P
      THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL-FITNESS AND EXERCISE UPON COGNITIVE-FUNCTIONING - A METAANALYSIS

      Journal of sport & exercise psychology
    85. ANDREWS TJ; HALPERN SD; PURVES D
      CORRELATED SIZE VARIATIONS IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX, LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS, AND OPTIC TRACT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    86. DUNHAM DN
      COGNITIVE DIFFICULTY OF A PERIPHERALLY PRESENTED VISUAL TASK AFFECTS HEAD MOVEMENTS DURING GAZE DISPLACEMENT

      International journal of psychophysiology
    87. GOLDBERG MC; MAURER D; LEWIS TL
      INFLUENCE OF A CENTRAL STIMULUS ON INFANTS VISUAL-FIELDS

      Infant behavior & development
    88. ROVAMO J; MAKELA P; NASANEN R; WHITAKER D
      DETECTION OF GEOMETRIC IMAGE DISTORTIONS AT VARIOUS ECCENTRICITIES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    89. WANG YZ; THIBOS LN; BRADLEY A
      EFFECTS OF REFRACTIVE ERROR ON DETECTION ACUITY AND RESOLUTION ACUITYIN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    90. DYRE BP; ANDERSEN GJ
      IMAGE VELOCITY MAGNITUDES AND PERCEPTION OF HEADING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    91. STONE LS; PERRONE JA
      HUMAN HEADING ESTIMATION DURING VISUALLY SIMULATED CURVILINEAR MOTION

      Vision research
    92. WANG YZ; BRADLEY A; THIBOS LN
      ALIASED FREQUENCIES ENABLE THE DISCRIMINATION OF COMPOUND GRATINGS INPERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    93. BEARD BL; LEVI DM; KLEIN SA
      VERNIER ACUITY WITH NONSIMULTANEOUS TARGETS - THE CORTICAL MAGNIFICATION FACTOR ESTIMATED BY PSYCHOPHYSICS

      Vision research
    94. MCDOWELL SA; HARRIS J
      IRRELEVANT PERIPHERAL VISUAL-STIMULI IMPAIR MANUAL REACTION-TIMES IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Vision research
    95. NIEMANN T; HOFFMANN KP
      MOTION PROCESSING FOR SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS DURING THE VISUALLY INDUCED SENSATION OF EGO-MOTION IN HUMANS

      Vision research
    96. CHUNG STL; LEVI DM
      MOVING VERNIER IN AMBLYOPIC AND PERIPHERAL-VISION - GREATER TOLERANCETO MOTION BLUR

      Vision research
    97. WANG YZ; BRADLEY A; THIBOS LN
      INTERACTION BETWEEN SUB-NYQUIST AND SUPRA-NYQUIST SPATIAL-FREQUENCIESIN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    98. GALVIN SJ; OSHEA RP; SQUIRE AM; GOVAN DG
      SHARPNESS OVERCONSTANCY IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    99. MAKELA P; ROVAMO J; WHITAKER D
      THE EFFECTS OF ECCENTRICITY AND STIMULUS MAGNIFICATION ON SIMULTANEOUS PERFORMANCE IN POSITION AND MOVEMENT ACUITY TASKS

      Vision research
    100. CUTTING JE; VISHTON PM; FLUCKIGER M; BAUMBERGER B; GERNDT JD
      HEADING AND PATH INFORMATION FROM RETINAL FLOW IN NATURALISTIC ENVIRONMENTS

      Perception & psychophysics


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