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Daniel H. Baker

Affiliations: 
University of York, UK 
Area:
Binocular vision, spatial vision
Website:
http://www.york.ac.uk/psychology/staff/faculty/daniel/
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Baker DH, Vilidaite G, Wade AR. (2021) Steady-state measures of visual suppression. Plos Computational Biology. 17: e1009507
Lygo FA, Richard B, Wade AR, et al. (2021) Neural markers of suppression in impaired binocular vision. Neuroimage. 117780
Ho NSP, Baker D, Karapanagiotidis T, et al. (2020) Missing the forest because of the trees: slower alternations during binocular rivalry are associated with lower levels of visual detail during ongoing thought. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2020: niaa020
Baker DH, Vilidaite G, Lygo FA, et al. (2020) Power contours: Optimising sample size and precision in experimental psychology and human neuroscience. Psychological Methods
Gray KLH, Flack TR, Yu M, et al. (2020) Nonlinear transduction of emotional facial expression. Vision Research. 170: 1-11
Baker DH, Vilidaite G, McClarnon E, et al. (2020) Binaural summation of amplitude modulation involves weak interaural suppression. Scientific Reports. 10: 3560
Coggan DD, Giannakopoulou A, Ali S, et al. (2019) A data-driven approach to stimulus selection reveals an image-based representation of objects in high-level visual areas. Human Brain Mapping
Patel A, Hoffman E, Ball D, et al. (2019) Comparison of Oral, Intranasal and Aerosol Administration of Amiodarone in Rats as a Model of Pulmonary Phospholipidosis. Pharmaceutics. 11
Baker DH, Richard B. (2019) Dynamic properties of internal noise probed by modulating binocular rivalry. Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1007071
Kang S, Hayashi Y, Bruyns-Haylett M, et al. (2019) Supplemental Vitamin B-12 Enhances the Neural Response to Sensory Stimulation in the Barrel Cortex of Healthy Rats but Does Not Affect Spontaneous Neural Activity. The Journal of Nutrition
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