Orientation, Position and Phase

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The vault of perception: Are straight lines seen as curved? Art & Perception 3 (1), 117-137. PDF

Collinear facilitation over space and depth. J Vision 12. pii: 20. doi: 10.1167/12.2.20, 2012. (with Huang PC, Chen CC). PDF

Paradoxical perception of surfaces in the Shepard tabletop illusion. i-Perception 2, 137–141, 2011. PDF

Symmetry: modeling the effects of masking noise, axial cueing and salience. PLoS One 5(4):e9840, 2010 (with CC Chen). PDF

Peak localization of sparsely sampled luminance patterns is based on interpolated 3D surface representation. Vision Res. 43:2649-57, 2003. (with L. Likova). PDF

Straightness and the sphere of vision. Perception. 38:1423-7, 2009.

Crowding: A neuro-analytic approach. J. Vision 7:1-9, 2007. (with L. Likova). PDF

How much of the visual object is used in estimating its position? Vision Res. 38:3025-9, 1998. (with L. Kontsevich). PDF

Diffuse illumination as a default assumption for shape-from-shading in the absence of shadows. J. Inf. Sci. Tech. 42:319-325. PDF

What makes Mona Lisa smile? Vision Res. 44:1493-8, 2004. (a classification image approach to the recognition of emotion in facial features; with L. Kontsevich). PDF

Lateral sensitivity of contrast discrimination: Flanker orientation effects. J Vision 2:8. 2002. (with C.C. Chen). PDF

Lateral sensitivity modulation explains the flanker effect in contrast discrimination. Proc Biol Sci. 268:509-16, 2001. (with C.C. Chen).  PDF

Occlusions contribute to scaling in natural images. Vision Res. 41:955-64, 2001 (with R. Balboa and N.M. Grzywacz). PDF

Spatial pattern summation is phase-insensitive in the fovea but not in the periphery. Spat Vision 12:267-85, 1999. (with C.C. Chen). PDF

Painters centre one eye in portraits. Nature 392, 877-878, 1998. PDF

On the perception of illusory contours. Vision Res. 34:3145-52,1994. (with V.S. Ramachandran, D. Ruskin, S. Cobb and D. Rogers-Ramachandran). PDF

On the role of X and simple cells in human contrast processing. Vision Res. 34:659-668, 1994 (with T. Lawton). PDF

Different spatial tunings for ON and OFF pathway stimulation. Ophthal Physiol Optics. 12: 233–240, 1992 (with H Chan andL Liu). PDF

Spatiotemporal limitations on vernier and stereoscopic alignment acuity. Proc. S.P.I.E. 1669, 112-121, 1992. PDF

Different encoding mechanisms for phase and contrast. J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26:1073-1082, 1986 (with A. Gorea). PDF

Phase discrimination of compound gratings: Generalized autocorrelation analysis. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A3:868-879, 1986 (with S. Klein).

Size interactions in the perception of orientation. In, Sensory Experience, Adaptation and Perception. Wooten B., Spillman L. (Eds.), Erlbaum: New York, 529-546, 1984 (with K. Nakayama).

Effects of contrast, orientation and binocularity in the pattern evoked potential. Vision Res. 25:755-766, 1985 (with P. Apkarian). PDF

Psychophysical isolation of movement sensitivity by removal of familiar position cues. Vision Res. 21:427-433, 1981 (with K. Nakayama). PDF

Orientation differences for perception of sinusoidal line stimuli. Vision Res. 17:83-88, 1977 (with D.E. Mitchell). PDF

Effect of stimulus duration on stereo and vernier displacement thresholds. Percept. Psychophys. 20, 125-128, 1976 (with J.M. Foley).

Stereoscopic vision: Cortical limitations and a disparity scaling effect. Science 181, 276-278, 1973. PDF

Periodic vernier acuity. J. Physiol. 228:637-647, 1973. PDF