Miriam Spering

Affiliations: 
Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Area:
visual psychophysics, eye movements, attention
Website:
http://visualcognition.ca/spering
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Fooken J, Spering M. (2019) Decoding go/no-go decisions from eye movements. Journal of Vision. 19: 5
Rolin RA, Fooken J, Spering M, et al. (2018) Perception of Looming Motion in Virtual Reality Egocentric Interception Tasks. Ieee Transactions On Visualization and Computer Graphics
Fooken J, Lalonde KM, Mann GK, et al. (2018) Eye movement training is most effective when it involves a task-relevant sensorimotor decision. Journal of Vision. 18: 18
Kreyenmeier P, Fooken J, Spering M. (2017) Context effects on smooth pursuit and manual interception of a disappearing target. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00217.2017
Palidis DJ, Wyder-Hodge PA, Fooken J, et al. (2017) Distinct eye movement patterns enhance dynamic visual acuity. Plos One. 12: e0172061
Edinger J, Pai DK, Spering M. (2017) Coordinated Control of Three-Dimensional Components of Smooth Pursuit to Rotating and Translating Textures. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 58: 698-707
Fooken J, Yeo SH, Pai DK, et al. (2016) Eye movement accuracy determines natural interception strategies. Journal of Vision. 16: 1
Ming W, Palidis DJ, Spering M, et al. (2016) Visual Contrast Sensitivity in Early-Stage Parkinson's Disease. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 57: 5696-5704
Brielmann AA, Spering M. (2015) Effects of reward on the accuracy and dynamics of smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 917-928
Spering M, Carrasco M. (2015) Acting without seeing: eye movements reveal visual processing without awareness. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 247-58
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