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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
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
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
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
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
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