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  • Detecting a visual object in the presence of other objects : the flanker facilitation effect in contour integration 

    Gillespie, Christopher (University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
    When an observer views a complex visual scene and tries to identify an object, his or her visual system must decide what regions of the visual field correspond to the object of interest and which do not. One aspect of ...
  • Eye fixation during multiple object attention is based on a representation of discrete spatial foci 

    Fluharty, Meg; Jentzsch, Ines; Spitschan, Manuel; Vishwanath, Dhanraj (2016-08-26) - Journal article
    We often look at and attend to several objects at once. How the brain determines where to point our eyes when we do this is poorly understood. Here we devised a novel paradigm to discriminate between different models of ...
  • Induction of monocular stereopsis by altering focus distance : a test of Ames's hypothesis 

    Vishwanath, Dhanraj (2016-04-28) - Journal article
    Viewing a real 3-dimensional scene or a stereoscopic image with both eyes generates a vivid phenomenal impression of depth known as stereopsis. Numerous reports have highlighted the fact that an impression of stereopsis ...
  • Some aspects of visual discomfort 

    O'Hare, Louise (University of St Andrews, 2013-06-25) - Thesis
    Visual discomfort is the adverse sensations, such as headaches and eyestrain, encountered on viewing certain stimuli. These sensations can arise under certain viewing conditions, such as stereoscopic viewing and prolonged ...
  • Toward a new theory of stereopsis 

    Vishwanath, Dhanraj (2014-04-01) - Journal article
    Humans can achieve an unambiguous perception of depth and 3-dimentionality with one eye or when viewing a pictorial image of a 3D scene. However, the perception of depth when viewing a real scene with both eyes is qualitatively ...