Richard F. Murray

York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
"Richard Murray"
Mean distance: 14.1 (cluster 29)


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Michael S. Landy grad student 1996-1997 NYU
Patrick J. Bennett grad student 1997-2002 University of Toronto
 (Perceptual organization and the efficiency of shape discrimination.)
Allison B. Sekuler grad student 1997-2002 University of Toronto
Wilson S. Geisler post-doc 2002-2003 UT Austin


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Adrian M. Bartlett research assistant 2007-2008 York University
Vivian Chau research assistant 2007-2008 York University
Khushbu Patel grad student 2016- York University
Yaniv Morgenstern grad student 2007-2011 York University
Minjung Kim grad student 2009-2016 York University
John Wilder post-doc 2013- York University
Minjung Kim post-doc 2016-2017 York University
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Murray RF, Patel KY, Wiedenmann ES. (2022) Luminance calibration of virtual reality displays in Unity. Journal of Vision. 22: 1
Murray RF. (2021) Lightness Perception in Complex Scenes. Annual Review of Vision Science
DeSimone K, Kim M, Murray RF. (2020) Number Adaptation Can Be Dissociated From Density Adaptation. Psychological Science. 956797620956986
Murray RF. (2020) A model of lightness perception guided by probabilistic assumptions about lighting and reflectance. Journal of Vision. 20: 28
Wilder JD, Adams WJ, Murray RF. (2019) Shape from shading under inconsistent illumination. Journal of Vision. 19: 2
Murray RF. (2019) A probabilistic graphical model of lightness and lighting Journal of Vision. 19: 298a
Murray RF, Adams WJ. (2019) Visual perception and natural illumination Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 30: 48-54
Kim M, Gold JM, Murray RF. (2018) What image features guide lightness perception? Journal of Vision. 18: 1
Patel KY, Munasinghe AP, Murray RF. (2018) Lightness matching and perceptual similarity. Journal of Vision. 18: 1
Hartle B, Wilcox LM, Murray RF. (2018) Optimal combination of illusory and luminance-defined 3-D surfaces: A role for ambiguity. Journal of Vision. 18: 14
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