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Dr Angela Jones
Dr Martin Tovee
Dr Laura Cutler
Dr Kathryn Parkinson
Louisa Jane Ells
et al.
Development of the MapMe intervention body image scales of known weight status for 4-5 and 10-11 year old children2018
Lynn Gareze
Professor Julie Harris
Professor Carlo Barenghi
Dr Yoav Tadmor
Characterising patterns of eye movements in natural images and visual scanning2008
Professor Julie Harris
Katie German
Comparing motion induction in lateral motion and motion in depth2008
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Julie Harris
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Accuracy of estimates of food portion size using food photographs - The importance of using age-appropriate tools2006
Professor Candy Rowe
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Craig Roberts
Seeing red? Putting sportswear in context2005
Professor Candy Rowe
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Craig Roberts
Sporting contests - Seeing red? Putting sportswear in context2005
Professor Julie Harris
[abstract] Depth from monocular half images: Occlusion or low-level processing?2004
Professor Julie Harris
[abstract] Monocular depth perception: More than meets the eye2004
Lynn Gareze
Dr Yoav Tadmor
Professor Carlo Barenghi
Professor Julie Harris
[abstract] Tangled eye movements: A new method to quantify human scan paths2004
Professor Julie Harris
Binocular vision: Moving closer to reality2004
Dr Andrew Welchman
Dr Val Tuck
Professor Julie Harris
Human observers are biased in judging the angular approach of a projectile2004
Professor Julie Harris
Phillip Dean
Accuracy and Precision of Binocular 3-D Motion Perception2003
Professor Julie Harris
Evaluating accuracy and precision in a stereoscopic display: Perception of 3-D object motion2003
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Is neural filling-in necessary to explain perceptual completion2003
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Is neural filling-in necessary to explain the perceptual completion of motion and depth information?2003
Dr Val Tuck
Professor Julie Harris
Perceived direction of binocular 3-D motion when tracking a moving object2003
Professor Julie Harris
Phillip Dean
Perception of binocular 3-D motion: Visual direction is more important than binocular disparity2003
Professor Julie Harris
Poor visibility of motion in depth is due to early motion averaging2003
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Task demands and binocular eye movements2003
Professor Julie Harris
Phillip Dean
Visual perception of three dimensional motion direction: precise but not accurate2003
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Val Tuck
Comparing real world and computer generated motion in depth2002
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Jane Sumnall
Detection of 3-D motion is predicted from probability summation of mechanisms sensitive to lateral motion and motion in depth2002
Dr Val Tuck
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Detection of motion in depth: poor motion thresholds using LCD stereogoggles2002
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
How do task demands influence human gaze shifts in a 3-D scene?2002
Dr Jane Sumnall
Professor Julie Harris
Minimum displacement thresholds for binocular three-dimensional motion2002
Professor Julie Harris
Optic flow and scene structure do not always contribute to the control of human walking2002
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Studying eye movements produced whilst making visual decisions2002
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
The contribution of eye movement to the detection of motion-in-depth2002
Professor Julie Harris
Ross Goutcher
Time to contact from disparity and looming cues: observers don't always respond to the most immediate cue2002
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Alexandra Willis
A binocular site for contrast-modulated masking2001
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Absolute judgments of motion-in-depth trajectories specified by looming and disparity2001
Professor Julie Harris
Dr Jane Sumnall
Detecting binocular 3D motion in static 3D noise: No effect of viewing distance2001
Dr Val Tuck
Professor Julie Harris
Does disparity aid motion in depth judgements in the real world?2001
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Filling-in the details on perceptual fading2001
Katie German
Professor Julie Harris
Induced motion: Lateral vs. motion in depth2001
Professor Julie Harris
Perceived direction of motion in depth is task dependent.2001
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
The effects of dot density and motion coherence on perceptual fading of a target in noise2001
Professor Julie Harris
The future of flow?2001
Professor Julie Harris
The role of visual direction for locomotion on foot in high flow and no flow environments.2001
Professor Julie Harris
Absolute judgments of the trajectory of motion in depth2000
Professor Julie Harris
Absolute judgments of the trajectory of motion in depth.2000
Dr Jane Sumnall
Professor Julie Harris
Binocular 3-D motion detection: contributions of lateral motion and stereomotion2000
Dr Jane Sumnall
Professor Julie Harris
Binocular three-dimensional motion detection: Contributions of lateral motion and stereomotion2000
Dr Alexandra Willis
Professor Julie Harris
Comparing contrast-modulated and luminance-modulated masking: effects of spatial frequency and phase2000
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
No pain, no gain? Luminance adaptation in perceptual filling-in.2000
Professor Julie Harris
Professor Stephen Rushton
Binocular motion signals: combined but not perceived1999
Dr Andrew Welchman
Professor Julie Harris
Disappearing tricks: How the area of surrounding texture affects perceptual fading1999
Professor Julie Harris
Going against the flow1999
Professor Julie Harris
Going against the flow (multiple letters)1999
Dr Alexandra Willis
Professor Julie Harris
Masking by contrast-modulated gratings: Effects of dichoptic and binocular viewing1999
Professor Julie Harris
Perceptual constancy: Why things look as they do1999