Lee A. Gilroy, Ph.D.

2002 Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
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Howard Hock grad student 2002 Florida Atlantic University
 (A transient mechanism for the perception of apparent motion.)
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Gilroy LA, Hock HS. (2009) Simultaneity and sequence in the perception of apparent motion. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 71: 1563-75
Hock HS, Schöner G, Gilroy L. (2009) A counterchange mechanism for the perception of motion. Acta Psychologica. 132: 1-21
Hock HS, Gilroy LA. (2005) A common mechanism for the perception of first-order and second-order apparent motion. Vision Research. 45: 661-75
Gilroy LA, Blake R. (2004) Physics embedded in visual perception of three-dimensional shape from motion. Nature Neuroscience. 7: 921-2
Gilroy LA, Hock HS. (2004) Multiplicative nonlinearity in the perception of apparent motion. Vision Research. 44: 2001-7
Gilroy LA, Hock HS. (2004) Detection of counter-changing contrast: second-order apparent motion without postrectification motion-energy analysis or salience mapping/feature tracking. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 30: 137-50
Gilroy LA, Blake R. (2004) Cognitive Factors Influence the Perception of 3D Structure-From-Motion Journal of Vision. 4: 474-474
Blake R, Sobel KV, Gilroy LA. (2003) Visual motion retards alternations between conflicting perceptual interpretations. Neuron. 39: 869-78
Tadin D, Lappin JS, Gilroy LA, et al. (2003) Perceptual consequences of centre-surround antagonism in visual motion processing. Nature. 424: 312-5
Hock HS, Gilroy LA. (2003) The perception of apparent motion between two element locations depends on the multiplicative combination of background-relative luminance Journal of Vision. 3: 534a
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