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P Thompson. Vision Res 1982
Times Cited: 302







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759 articles co-cited >1



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Human speed perception is contrast dependent.
L S Stone, P Thompson. Vision Res 1992
205
41


Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: implications for models of motion perception.
Peter Thompson, Kevin Brooks, Stephen T Hammett. Vision Res 2006
75
42

Spatiotemporal energy models for the perception of motion.
E H Adelson, J R Bergen. J Opt Soc Am A 1985
30

Motion illusions as optimal percepts.
Yair Weiss, Eero P Simoncelli, Edward H Adelson. Nat Neurosci 2002
511
29


Speed perception fogs up as visibility drops.
R J Snowden, N Stimpson, R A Ruddle. Nature 1998
71
29

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
20


Perceptual distortions of speed at low luminance: evidence inconsistent with a Bayesian account of speed encoding.
Stephen T Hammett, Rebecca A Champion, Peter G Thompson, Antony B Morland. Vision Res 2007
39
38


Phenomenal coherence of moving visual patterns.
E H Adelson, J A Movshon. Nature 1982
747
13

Testing the Bayesian model of perceived speed.
Felix Hürlimann, Daniel C Kiper, Matteo Carandini. Vision Res 2002
47
27




Tuning for spatiotemporal frequency and speed in directionally selective neurons of macaque striate cortex.
Nicholas J Priebe, Stephen G Lisberger, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurosci 2006
166
12

A model of neuronal responses in visual area MT.
E P Simoncelli, D J Heeger. Vision Res 1998
468
12

Model of human visual-motion sensing.
A B Watson, A J Ahumada. J Opt Soc Am A 1985
636
11

Perceived velocity of moving chromatic gratings.
P Cavanagh, C W Tyler, O E Favreau. J Opt Soc Am A 1984
298
11

The neural representation of speed in macaque area MT/V5.
Nicholas J Priebe, Carlos R Cassanello, Stephen G Lisberger. J Neurosci 2003
162
11


Estimating target speed from the population response in visual area MT.
Nicholas J Priebe, Stephen G Lisberger. J Neurosci 2004
89
12



Foggy perception slows us down.
Paolo Pretto, Jean-Pierre Bresciani, Gregor Rainer, Heinrich H Bülthoff. Elife 2012
20
55


Contrast dependence of suppressive influences in cortical area MT of alert macaque.
Christopher C Pack, J Nicholas Hunter, Richard T Born. J Neurophysiol 2005
133
10


Cortical correlates of human motion perception biases.
Brett Vintch, Justin L Gardner. J Neurosci 2014
33
30





Effects of contrast on smooth pursuit eye movements.
Miriam Spering, Dirk Kerzel, Doris I Braun, Michael J Hawken, Karl R Gegenfurtner. J Vis 2005
38
23

A Bayesian model of perceived head-centered velocity during smooth pursuit eye movement.
Tom C A Freeman, Rebecca A Champion, Paul A Warren. Curr Biol 2010
57
15


Apparent speed increases at low luminance.
Maryam Vaziri-Pashkam, Patrick Cavanagh. J Vis 2008
26
34

Motion psychophysics: 1985-2010.
David Burr, Peter Thompson. Vision Res 2011
118
9



A ratio model of perceived speed in the human visual system.
Stephen T Hammett, Rebecca A Champion, Antony B Morland, Peter G Thompson. Proc Biol Sci 2005
35
22

Effects of reduced contrast on the perception and control of speed when driving.
D Alfred Owens, Joanne Wood, Trent Carberry. Perception 2010
22
36

Cardinal rules: visual orientation perception reflects knowledge of environmental statistics.
Ahna R Girshick, Michael S Landy, Eero P Simoncelli. Nat Neurosci 2011
240
8

Directional selectivity and its use in early visual processing.
D Marr, S Ullman. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1981
308
7

Bayesian motion estimation accounts for a surprising bias in 3D vision.
Andrew E Welchman, Judith M Lam, Heinrich H Bülthoff. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
35
20


Perceptual consequences of centre-surround antagonism in visual motion processing.
Duje Tadin, Joseph S Lappin, Lee A Gilroy, Randolph Blake. Nature 2003
214
7

Separate visual pathways for perception and action.
M A Goodale, A D Milner. Trends Neurosci 1992
7

The spatial frequency effect on perceived velocity.
H C Diener, E R Wist, J Dichgans, T Brandt. Vision Res 1976
89
7


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