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List of co-cited articles
16 articles co-cited >1



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Natural image statistics mediate brightness 'filling in'.
Steven C Dakin, Peter J Bex. Proc Biol Sci 2003
61
75


Nearly instantaneous brightness induction.
Barbara Blakeslee, Mark E McCourt. J Vis 2008
25
75


Contour adaptation.
Stuart Anstis. J Vis 2013
15
50

Explaining brightness illusions using spatial filtering and local response normalization.
Alan E Robinson, Paul S Hammon, Virginia R de Sa. Vision Res 2007
43
50


A contrast and surface code explains complex responses to black and white stimuli in V1.
Guy Zurawel, Inbal Ayzenshtat, Shay Zweig, Robert Shapley, Hamutal Slovin. J Neurosci 2014
23
50

Contour erasure and filling-in: New observations.
Stuart Anstis, Mark W Greenlee. Iperception 2014
7
50

Low-level features determine brightness in White's and Benary's illusions.
Viljami R Salmela, Pentti I Laurinen. Vision Res 2009
9
50

Brightness perception and filling-in.
M A Paradiso, K Nakayama. Vision Res 1991
209
50

Multiresolution wavelet framework models brightness induction effects.
Xavier Otazu, Maria Vanrell, C Alejandro Párraga. Vision Res 2008
28
50

Varying the strength of the Munker-White effect by stereoscopic viewing.
R Taya, W H Ehrenstein, C R Cavonius. Perception 1995
32
50




Naming versus matching in color constancy.
J M Troost, C M de Weert. Percept Psychophys 1991
61
25

Brightness assimilation in bullseye displays.
Daniel Bindman, Charles Chubb. Vision Res 2004
18
25


Filling in the blind spot.
V S Ramachandran. Nature 1992
27
25

Transparency perception: the key to understanding simultaneous color contrast.
Vebjørn Ekroll, Franz Faul. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis 2013
18
25


Color constancy: phenomenal or projective?
Adam J Reeves, Kinjiro Amano, David H Foster. Percept Psychophys 2008
32
25

Nature and interaction of signals from the receptive field center and surround in macaque V1 neurons.
James R Cavanaugh, Wyeth Bair, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurophysiol 2002
530
25

White's effect and assimilation.
F Kingdom, B Moulden. Vision Res 1991
14
25



Who is being deceived? The experimental demands of wearing a backpack.
Frank H Durgin, Jodie A Baird, Mark Greenburg, Robert Russell, Kevin Shaughnessy, Scott Waymouth. Psychon Bull Rev 2009
149
25


Classical and inverted White's effects.
C Ripamonti, W Gerbino. Perception 2001
18
25

Photometric determinants of perceived transparency.
Manish Singh, Barton L Anderson. Vision Res 2006
19
25

A neural population model for visual pattern detection.
Robbe L T Goris, Tom Putzeys, Johan Wagemans, Felix A Wichmann. Psychol Rev 2013
26
25


Functional characterization of the extraclassical receptive field in macaque V1: contrast, orientation, and temporal dynamics.
Christopher A Henry, Siddhartha Joshi, Dajun Xing, Robert M Shapley, Michael J Hawken. J Neurosci 2013
46
25

Simultaneous color constancy.
L Arend, A Reeves. J Opt Soc Am A 1986
215
25

Membrane mechanisms underlying contrast adaptation in cat area 17 in vivo.
M V Sanchez-Vives, L G Nowak, D A McCormick. J Neurosci 2000
228
25





Linking luminance and lightness by global contrast normalization.
Katharina Zeiner, Marianne Maertens. J Vis 2014
6
25

Measurements of the effect of surface slant on perceived lightness.
Caterina Ripamonti, Marina Bloj, Robin Hauck, Mitha Kiran, Scott Greenwald, Shannon I Maloney, David H Brainard. J Vis 2004
56
25

Contextual modulation as de-texturizer.
Elena Gheorghiu, Frederick A A Kingdom, Nicolai Petkov. Vision Res 2014
18
25

An anchoring theory of lightness perception.
A Gilchrist, C Kossyfidis, F Bonato, T Agostini, J Cataliotti, X Li, B Spehar, V Annan, E Economou. Psychol Rev 1999
321
25


An empirical study of the traditional Mach card effect.
Marina G Bloj, Anya C Hurlbert. Perception 2002
16
25




A theory of the primitive spatial code in human vision.
R J Watt, M J Morgan. Vision Res 1985
232
25


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.