Tom Freeman

Affiliations: 
University of Wales, Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual perception
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Martin Banks post-doc 1995-1997 UC Berkeley

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Lee Mcilreavy grad student
Benjamin T Dunkley grad student 2008-2012
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Mcilreavy L, Freeman TCA, Erichsen JT. (2020) Two-Dimensional Analysis of Horizontal and Vertical Pursuit in Infantile Nystagmus Reveals Quantitative Deficits in Accuracy and Precision. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 61: 15
Mcilreavy L, Freeman TCA, Erichsen JT. (2019) Two-Dimensional Analysis of Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements Reveals Quantitative Deficits in Precision and Accuracy. Translational Vision Science & Technology. 8: 7
Garzorz IT, Freeman TCA, Ernst MO, et al. (2018) Insufficient compensation for self-motion during perception of object speed: The vestibular Aubert-Fleischl phenomenon. Journal of Vision. 18: 9
Garzorz I, Freeman T, Ernst M, et al. (2016) The Vestibular Aubert-Fleischl Phenomenon Journal of Vision. 16: 1201
Dunkley BT, Freeman TC, Muthukumaraswamy SD, et al. (2015) Evidence that smooth pursuit velocity, not eye position, modulates alpha and beta oscillations in human middle temporal cortex. Human Brain Mapping
Harrison JJ, Sumner P, Dunn MJ, et al. (2015) Quick phases of infantile nystagmus show the saccadic inhibition effect. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 56: 1594-600
Dunkley BT, Freeman TC, Muthukumaraswamy SD, et al. (2013) Cortical oscillatory changes in human middle temporal cortex underlying smooth pursuit eye movements. Human Brain Mapping. 34: 837-51
Dunkley B, Freeman T, Muthukumaraswamy S, et al. (2011) The perceptual and cortical consequences of adaptation to smooth pursuit: An MEG study of the extra-retinal motion aftereffect Journal of Vision. 11: 531-531
Souman JL, Freeman TC, Eikmeier V, et al. (2010) Humans do not have direct access to retinal flow during walking. Journal of Vision. 10: 14
O'Connor E, Margrain TH, Freeman TC. (2010) Age, eye movement and motion discrimination. Vision Research. 50: 2588-99
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