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Dr James O'Keeffe
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Professor Jenny Read
A Computational Model of Stereoscopic Prey Capture inPraying Mantises2022
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Christos Kaspiris-Rousellis
Dr Toby Wood
Seeing the future: Predictive control in neural models of ocular accommodation2022
Professor Jenny Read
Binocular Vision and Stereopsis Across the Animal Kingdom2021
Professor Jenny Read
Ichasus Llamas Cornejo
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
ASTEROID stereotest v1.0: lower stereo thresholds using smaller, denser and faster dots2020
Dr Ronny Rosner
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Veronika Lukyanova
Professor Jenny Read
Binocular responsiveness of projection neurons of the praying mantis optic lobe in the frontal visual field2020
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Efficient estimation of stereo thresholds: What slope should be assumed for the psychometric function?2020
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Stereotest comparison: Efficacy, reliability, and variability of a new glasses-free stereotest2020
Therese Casanova
Carla Black
Sheima Rafiq
Jessica Hugill
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
The impact of active research involvement of young children in the design of a new stereotest2020
Dr Ronny Rosner
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Professor Jenny Read
A neuronal correlate of insect stereopsis2019
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr Craig Sharp
Carla Black
Therese Casanova
et al.
ASTEROID: A New Clinical Stereotest on an Autostereo 3D Tablet2019
Professor Jenny Read
Sheima Rafiq
Jessica Hugill
Therese Casanova
Carla Black
et al.
Characterizing the Randot Preschool stereotest: Testability, norms, reliability, specificity and sensitivity in children aged 2-11 years2019
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Coline Joubier
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Professor Jenny Read
Motion-in-depth perception and prey capture in the praying mantis Sphodromantis lineola2019
Diana Umeton
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Eugenia Fezza
Professor Jenny Read
Professor Candy Rowe
et al.
Pattern and speed interact to hide moving prey2019
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr James O'Keeffe
Diana Umeton
Adam Simmons
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
Second-order cues to figure motion enable object detection during prey capture by praying mantises2019
Professor Jenny Read
The psychophysics of stereopsis can be explained without invoking independent ON and OFF channels2019
Professor Jenny Read
Visual Perception: Monovision Can Bias the Apparent Depth of Moving Objects2019
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Sid Henriksen
Dr Diana Umeton
Adam Simmons
et al.
A Novel Form of Stereo Vision in the Praying Mantis2018
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Lisa Jones
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ronny Rosner
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
Apparent Motion Perception in the Praying Mantis: Psychophysics and Modelling2018
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ronny Rosner
Steven Errington
Jimmy Tampin
et al.
Contrast thresholds reveal different visual masking functions in humans and praying mantises2018
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Two choices good, four choices better: For measuring stereoacuity in children, a four-alternative forced-choice paradigm is more efficient than two2018
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Craig Sharp
Jessica Hugill
Sheima Rafiq
Carla Black
et al.
Analysis of Soft Data for Mass Provision of Stereoacuity Testing Through a Serious Game for Health2017
Partow Yazdani
Professor Jenny Read
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Assessment of epilepsy using noninvasive visual psychophysics tests of surround suppression2017
Dr Catherine O'Hanlon
Professor Jenny Read
Blindness to background: An inbuilt bias for visual objects2017
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ronny Rosner
Steven Errington
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
Invisible noise obscures visible signal in insect motion detection2017
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Overestimation of stereo thresholds by the TNO stereotest is not due to global stereopsis2017
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Professor Jenny Read
Stereopsis in animals: evolution, function and mechanisms2017
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Steven Errington
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
The optomotor response of the praying mantis is driven predominantly by the central visual field2017
Professor Jenny Read
Thresholds for sine-wave corrugations defined by binocular disparity in random dot stereograms: Factor analysis of individual differences reveals two stereoscopic mechanisms tuned for spatial frequency2017
Paul Hands
Professor Jenny Read
True stereoscopic 3D cannot be simulated by shifting 2D content off the screen plane2017
Dr Diana Umeton
Professor Jenny Read
Professor Candy Rowe
Unravelling the illusion of flicker fusion2017
Professor Jenny Read
Visual Perception: Neural Networks for Stereopsis2017
Sid Henriksen
Professor Jenny Read
A Single Mechanism Can Account for Human Perception of Depth in Mixed Correlation Random Dot Stereograms2016
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Avoiding monocular artifacts in clinical stereotests presented on column-interleaved digital stereoscopic displays2016
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Comparing stereotests: the TNO test overestimates stereoacuity2016
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Ronny Rosner
Judith Nicolas
Stuart Crichton
et al.
Insect stereopsis demonstrated using a 3D insect cinema2016
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Ronny Rosner
Dr Lisa Jones
et al.
Natural behaviour with artificial stimuli: probing praying mantis vision2016
Sid Henriksen
Professor Jenny Read
Neurons in Striate Cortex Signal Disparity in Half-Matched Random-Dot Stereograms2016
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Geoffrey Bissianna
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Professor Jenny Read
Small or far away? Size and distance perception in the praying mantis2016
Paul Hands
Professor Jenny Read
Television viewing distance in British households2016
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Professor Jenny Read
The Stereoscopic Anisotropy Develops During Childhood2016
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Alan Godfrey
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Tom Smulders
Viewing 3D TV over two months produces no discernible effects on balance, coordination or eyesight2016
Sid Henriksen
Professor Jenny Read
Visual Perception: A Novel Difference Channel in Binocular Vision2016
Zoltan Derzsi
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Jenny Read
A stereoscopic look at frequency tagging: Is a single frequency enough?2015
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Kathleen Vancleef
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Graham Morgan
Dr Craig Sharp
et al.
ASTEROID: Accurate STEReoacuity measurement in the eye clinic2015
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Jennifer Simonotto
Dr Iwo Bohr
Dr Alan Godfrey
Dr Brook Galna
et al.
Balance and coordination after viewing stereoscopic 3D television2015
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Peter Gallagher
Dr Tom Smulders
Effects of age on a real-world What-Where-When memory task.2015
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Ronny Rosner
Judith Nicolas
Stuart Crichton
et al.
Insect stereo vision demonstrated using virtual 3D stimuli2015
Paul Hands
Professor Jenny Read
Interaction between size and disparity cues in distance judgements2015
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Inter-scale suppression and facilitation in motion-discrimination are unaffected by dichoptic presentation2015
Professor Jenny Read
Partow Yazdani
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
et al.
Moderate acute alcohol intoxication has minimal effect on surround suppression measured with a motion direction discrimination task2015
Professor Jenny Read
Stereo vision and strabismus2015
Paul Hands
Dr Tom Smulders
Professor Jenny Read
Stereoscopic 3-D content appears relatively veridical when viewed from an oblique angle2015
Dr Vivek Nityananda
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Lisa Jones
Natalie Busby
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
The contrast sensitivity function of the praying mantis Sphodromantis lineola2015
Professor Jenny Read
The place of human psychophysics in modern neuroscience2015
Partow Yazdani
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
Two common psychophysical measures of surround suppression reflect independent neuronal mechanisms2015
Professor Jenny Read
What is stereoscopic vision good for?2015
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Professor Jenny Read
An FPGA-based Hardware Accelerator for Simulating Spatiotemporal Neurons2014
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Reduced visual surround suppression in schizophrenia shown by measuring contrast detection thresholds2014
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Iwo Bohr
User experience while viewing stereoscopic 3D television.2014
Professor Jenny Read
Viewer experience with stereoscopic 3D television in the home2014
Paul Hands
Professor Jenny Read
Perceptual compensation mechanisms when viewing stereoscopic 3D from an oblique angle2013
Dr Iwo Bohr
Professor Jenny Read
Stereoacuity with Frisby and Revised FD2 Stereo Tests2013
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Testing the horizontal-vertical stereo anisotropy with the critical-band masking paradigm2013
Professor Jenny Read
The binocular advantage in visuomotor tasks involving tools2013
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Fredrik Allenmark
Visual Perception: One World from Two Eyes2013
Dr Fredrik Allenmark
Professor Jenny Read
Conjunctions between Motion and Disparity Are Encoded with the Same Spatial Resolution As Disparity Alone2012
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Dr John Grady
Professor Jenny Read
Spatial frequency bandwidth of surround suppression tuning curves2012
Professor Jenny Read
Stereoscopy and the Human Visual System2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
Professor Jenny Read
The relative weight of shape and non-rigid motion cues in object perception: A model of the parameters underlying dynamic object discrimination2012
Professor Jenny Read
The scintillating grid illusion is enhanced by binocular viewing2012
Professor Jenny Read
Visual Perception: Understanding Visual Cues to Depth2012
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
When is general wariness favored in avoiding multiple predators?2012
Professor Jenny Read
Xavier Vaz
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Independent mechanisms for bright and dark image features in a stereo correspondence task2011
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Michael Clarke
Professor Jenny Read
Single vision during ocular deviation in intermittent exotropia2011
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Ellen Hogg
Professor Jenny Read
Spatial non-homogeneity of the antagonistic surround in motion perception2011
Dr Fredrik Allenmark
Professor Jenny Read
Spatial Stereoresolution for Depth Corrugations May Be Set in Primary Visual Cortex2011
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Vina Manjunath
Michael Clarke
Professor Jenny Read
Visual Suppression in Intermittent Exotropia during Binocular Alignment2011
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Graeme Phillipson
Professor Jenny Read
A specialization for vertical disparity discontinuities2010
Professor Jenny Read
Anisotropic facilitation in motion discrimination at low contrast [abstract]2010
Dr Fredrik Allenmark
Professor Jenny Read
Detectability of sine- versus square-wave disparity gratings: A challenge for current models of depth perception2010
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Multiple channels for horizontal, but only one for vertical corrugations? A new look at the stereo anisotropy2010
Professor Jenny Read
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Quantal Analysis Reveals a Functional Correlation between Presynaptic and Postsynaptic Efficacy in Excitatory Connections from Rat Neocortex2010
Graeme Phillipson
Professor Jenny Read
Stereo correspondence is optimized for large viewing distances2010
Professor Jenny Read
Graeme Phillipson
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Stereoscopic Vision in the Absence of the Lateral Occipital Cortex2010
Professor Jenny Read
Vertical Binocular Disparity is Encoded Implicitly within a Model Neuronal Population Tuned to Horizontal Disparity and Orientation2010
Professor Jenny Read
[Meeting Abstract] How the Brain Handles Vertical Disparity2009
Professor Jenny Read
A Quantitative Explanation of Responses to Disparity-Defined Edges in Macaque V22009
Professor Jenny Read
Global vertical disparity influences stereo correspondence2009
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Horizontal/vertical anisotropy in sensitivity to relative disparity depends on stimulus depth structure2009
Professor Jenny Read
Graeme Phillipson
Latitude and longitude vertical disparities2009
Dr Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza
Professor Jenny Read
Stereo vision requires an explicit encoding of vertical disparity2009
Graeme Phillipson
Professor Jenny Read
Does stereo correspondence take account of eye position?2007
Professor Jenny Read
Sensors for impossible stimuli may solve the stereo correspondence problem2007
Professor Jenny Read
Does depth perception require vertical-disparity detectors?2006
Professor Jenny Read
Extracellular Calcium Regulates Postsynaptic Efficacy through Group 1 Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors2006
Professor Jenny Read
All Pulfrich-like illusions can be explained without joint encoding of motion and disparity2005
Professor Jenny Read
Early computational processing in binocular vision and depth perception2005
Professor Jenny Read
Effect of Interocular Delay on Disparity-Selective V1 Neurons: Relationship to Stereoacuity and the Pulfrich Effect2005
Professor Jenny Read
The stroboscopic Pulfrich effect is not evidence for the joint encoding of motion and depth2005
Professor Jenny Read
Ocular dominance predicts neither strength nor class of disparity selectivity with random-dot stimuli in primate V12004
Professor Jenny Read
Understanding the cortical specialization for horizontal disparity2004
Professor Jenny Read
Measuring V1 receptive fields despite eye movements in awake monkeys2003
Professor Jenny Read
Testing Quantitative Models of BinocularDisparity Selectivity in Primary Visual Cortex2003
Professor Jenny Read
A Bayesian approach to the stereo correspondence problem2002
Professor Jenny Read
A Bayesian model of stereopsis depth and motion direction discrimination2002
Professor Jenny Read
A simple model accounts for the response of disparity-tuned V1 neurons to anticorrelated images2002
Professor Jenny Read
Reversed stereo depth and motion direction with anti-correlated stimuli2000