Robert M. Steinman, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
Eye movements
Website:
http://www.bsos.umd.edu/psyc/SteinmanF.htm
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Li Y, Sawada T, Latecki LJ, et al. (2014) Corrigendum to "A tutorial explaining a machine vision model that emulates human performance when it recovers natural 3D scenes from 2D images" [J. Math. Psychol. 56 (2012) 217-231] Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 60: 86
Steinman RM, Menezes W, Herst AN. (2012) Handling Real Forms in Real Life Seeing Spatial Form
Kowler E, Pizlo Z, Zhu GL, et al. (2012) Coordination of Head and Eyes during the Performance of Natural (and Unnatural) Visual Tasks The Head-Neck Sensory Motor System
Collewijn H, Steinman RM, Erkelens CJ, et al. (2012) Effect of Freeing the Head on Eye Movement Characteristics during Three-Dimensional Shifts of Gaze and Tracking The Head-Neck Sensory Motor System
Li Y, Sawada T, Latecki LJ, et al. (2012) A tutorial explaining a machine vision model that emulates human performance when it recovers natural 3D scenes from 2D images Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 56: 217-231
Pizlo Z, Sawada T, Li Y, et al. (2010) New approach to the perception of 3D shape based on veridicality, complexity, symmetry and volume. Vision Research. 50: 1-11
Li Y, Pizlo Z, Steinman RM. (2009) A computational model that recovers the 3D shape of an object from a single 2D retinal representation. Vision Research. 49: 979-91
Pizlo Z, Li Y, Steinman RM. (2008) Binocular disparity only comes into play when everything else fails; a finding with broader implications than one might suppose. Spatial Vision. 21: 495-508
Steinman RM, Pizlo Z, Forofonova TI, et al. (2003) One fixates accurately in order to see clearly not because one sees clearly. Spatial Vision. 16: 225-41
Logvinenko AD, Steinman RM. (2002) Fixation on fixation impedes cognition: Reply to Kohly and Ono Spatial Vision. 15: 387-391
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