Stephen T. Hammett, PhD

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Psychology Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, England, United Kingdom 
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Hassan O, Georgeson MA, Hammett ST. (2018) Brightening and Dimming Aftereffects at Low and High Luminance. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 2
Hassan O, Thompson P, Hammett ST. (2016) Perceived speed in peripheral vision can go up or down. Journal of Vision. 16: 20
Hassan O, Hammett ST. (2015) Perceptual biases are inconsistent with Bayesian encoding of speed in the human visual system. Journal of Vision. 15
Hammett ST, Smith AT, Wall MB, et al. (2013) Implicit representations of luminance and the temporal structure of moving stimuli in multiple regions of human visual cortex revealed by multivariate pattern classification analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology. 110: 688-99
Hammett ST, Larsson J. (2012) The effect of contrast on perceived speed and flicker. Journal of Vision. 12: 17
Pritchard SJ, Hammett ST. (2012) The effect of luminance on simulated driving speed. Vision Research. 52: 54-60
Hammett ST, Wall MB, Edwards TC, et al. (2010) Dietary supplementation of creatine monohydrate reduces the human fMRI BOLD signal. Neuroscience Letters. 479: 201-5
Champion RA, Hammett ST, Thompson PG. (2007) Perceived direction of plaid motion is not predicted by component speeds. Vision Research. 47: 375-83
Hammett ST, Champion RA, Thompson PG, et al. (2007) Perceptual distortions of speed at low luminance: evidence inconsistent with a Bayesian account of speed encoding. Vision Research. 47: 564-8
Thompson P, Brooks K, Hammett ST. (2006) Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: implications for models of motion perception. Vision Research. 46: 782-6
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