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P Thompson. Vision Res 1982
Times Cited: 311







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



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Human speed perception is contrast dependent.
L S Stone, P Thompson. Vision Res 1992
211
40


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
78
41

Motion illusions as optimal percepts.
Yair Weiss, Eero P Simoncelli, Edward H Adelson. Nat Neurosci 2002
539
32

Spatiotemporal energy models for the perception of motion.
E H Adelson, J R Bergen. J Opt Soc Am A 1985
26

Speed perception fogs up as visibility drops.
R J Snowden, N Stimpson, R A Ruddle. Nature 1998
76
30


The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
21



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
41
39


Testing the Bayesian model of perceived speed.
Felix Hürlimann, Daniel C Kiper, Matteo Carandini. Vision Res 2002
50
28


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
174
13

A model of neuronal responses in visual area MT.
E P Simoncelli, D J Heeger. Vision Res 1998
477
13

Phenomenal coherence of moving visual patterns.
E H Adelson, J A Movshon. Nature 1982
752
13

Estimating target speed from the population response in visual area MT.
Nicholas J Priebe, Stephen G Lisberger. J Neurosci 2004
92
14


The neural representation of speed in macaque area MT/V5.
Nicholas J Priebe, Carlos R Cassanello, Stephen G Lisberger. J Neurosci 2003
167
12

Foggy perception slows us down.
Paolo Pretto, Jean-Pierre Bresciani, Gregor Rainer, Heinrich H Bülthoff. Elife 2012
22
54

Contrast dependence of suppressive influences in cortical area MT of alert macaque.
Christopher C Pack, J Nicholas Hunter, Richard T Born. J Neurophysiol 2005
137
11


Apparent speed increases at low luminance.
Maryam Vaziri-Pashkam, Patrick Cavanagh. J Vis 2008
27
40





Model of human visual-motion sensing.
A B Watson, A J Ahumada. J Opt Soc Am A 1985
642
10


Effects of contrast on smooth pursuit eye movements.
Miriam Spering, Dirk Kerzel, Doris I Braun, Michael J Hawken, Karl R Gegenfurtner. J Vis 2005
39
25

Perceived velocity of moving chromatic gratings.
P Cavanagh, C W Tyler, O E Favreau. J Opt Soc Am A 1984
304
10

Cortical correlates of human motion perception biases.
Brett Vintch, Justin L Gardner. J Neurosci 2014
34
29


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
61
14



Effects of reduced contrast on the perception and control of speed when driving.
D Alfred Owens, Joanne Wood, Trent Carberry. Perception 2010
25
36

Motion psychophysics: 1985-2010.
David Burr, Peter Thompson. Vision Res 2011
120
9

The Bayesian brain: the role of uncertainty in neural coding and computation.
David C Knill, Alexandre Pouget. Trends Neurosci 2004
923
9




How MT cells analyze the motion of visual patterns.
Nicole C Rust, Valerio Mante, Eero P Simoncelli, J Anthony Movshon. Nat Neurosci 2006
310
8

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


The spatial frequency effect on perceived velocity.
H C Diener, E R Wist, J Dichgans, T Brandt. Vision Res 1976
93
8

Vernier acuity with stationary moving Gabors.
R L De Valois, K K De Valois. Vision Res 1991
239
8

Structure and function of visual area MT.
Richard T Born, David C Bradley. Annu Rev Neurosci 2005
557
8



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.