Sarah J. Waugh

Anglia Vision Research, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Visual Psychophysics, Spatial Vision
"Sarah Waugh"
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Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2020) Contrast-modulated stimuli produce more superimposition and predominate perception when competing with comparable luminance-modulated stimuli during interocular grouping. Scientific Reports. 10: 13409
Chima AS, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2020) Interocular ND filter suppression: Eccentricity and luminance polarity effects. Journal of Vision. 20: 35
Waugh SJ, Formankiewicz MA. (2020) Grouping Effects on Foveal Spatial Interactions in Children. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 61: 23
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2018) Levelt's laws do not predict perception when luminance- and contrast-modulated stimuli compete during binocular rivalry. Scientific Reports. 8: 14432
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2018) Investigation of inter-ocular grouping for luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated stimuli F1000research. 7
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz M, Waugh S. (2018) Testing Levelt's laws for interocular grouping using contrast- and luminance-modulated stimuli Journal of Vision. 18: 446
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2017) More superimposition for contrast-modulated than luminance-modulated stimuli during binocular rivalry. Vision Research
Álvaro L, Linhares J, Ali T, et al. (2017) Effect of blur in colour discrimination Journal of Vision. 17: 1181
Woi PJ, Kaur S, Waugh SJ, et al. (2016) Visual acuity measured with luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated noise letter stimuli in young adults and adults above 50 years old. F1000research. 5: 1961
Chima AS, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2016) Interocular suppression patterns in binocularly abnormal observers using luminance- and contrast-modulated noise stimuli. Journal of Vision. 16: 20
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