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    • Asymmetries between achromatic and chromatic extraction of 3D motion signals 

      Kaestner, Milena; Maloney, Ryan; Wailes-Newson, Kirstie; Bloj, Marina; Harris, Julie; Morland, Anthony; Wade, Alex (2019-06-17) - Journal article
      Motion in depth (MID) can be cued by high-resolution changes in binocular disparity over time (CD), and low-resolution inter-ocular velocity differences (IOVD). Computational differences between these two mechanisms suggest ...
    • Common visual preference for curved contours in humans and great apes 

      Munar, Enric; Gomez-Puerto, Gerardo; Call, Josep; Nadal, Marcos (2015-11-11) - Journal article
      Among the visual preferences that guide many everyday activities and decisions, from consumer choices to social judgment, preference for curved over sharp-angled contours is commonly thought to have played an adaptive role ...
    • Eggshell appearance does not signal maternal corticosterone exposure in japanese quail : an experimental study with brown-spotted eggs 

      Duval, Camille; Cassey, Phillip; Lovell, Paul G.; Miksik, Ivan; Reynolds, S. James; Spencer, Karen A. (2013-12-03) - Journal article
      Reproduction is a critical period for birds as they have to cope with many stressful events. One consequence of an acute exposure to stress is the release of corticosterone, the avian stress hormone. Prolonged stress can ...
    • Emotion-color associations in the context of the face 

      Thorstenson, Christopher A.; Elliot, Andrew J.; Pazda, Adam D.; Perrett, David Ian; Xiao, Dengke (2018-10) - Journal article
      Facial expressions of emotion contain important information that is perceived and used by observers to understand others’ emotional state. While there has been considerable research into perceptions of facial musculature ...
    • Prototyping and transforming facial textures for perception research 

      Tiddeman, Bernard Paul; Perrett, David Ian; Burt, D.M. (2001-09) - Journal article
      Transforming facial images along perceived dimensions (such as age, gender, race, or health) has application in areas as diverse as psychology, medicine, and forensics. We can use prototype images to define the salient ...