Linda Bowns

University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom 
Vision, Motion
"Linda Bowns"
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Bowns L. (2013) An explanation of why component contrast affects perceived pattern motion. Vision Research. 86: 1-5
Bowns L. (2011) Taking the energy out of spatio-temporal energy models of human motion processing: the Component Level Feature Model. Vision Research. 51: 2425-30
Bowns L, Barlow HB. (2011) Perceived motion is influenced by random dynamic information. Perception. 40: 135-42
Bowns L, Beckett AJ. (2010) An independent effect of spatial frequency on motion integration reveals orientation resolution. Vision Research. 50: 1445-51
Bowns L. (2006) 'Squaring' is better at predicting plaid motion than the vector average or intersection of constraints. Perception. 35: 469-81
Aaen-Stockdale C, Bowns L. (2006) Motion-detection thresholds for first- and second-order gratings and plaids. Vision Research. 46: 925-31
Bowns L, Alais D. (2006) Large shifts in perceived motion direction reveal multiple global motion solutions. Vision Research. 46: 1170-7
Bowns L, Alais D. (2003) Catastrophic switching of perceived motion direction Journal of Vision. 3: 275a
Bowns L. (2002) Can spatio-temporal energy models of motion predict feature motion? Vision Research. 42: 1671-81
Bowns L, Alais D. (2002) Evidence for the existence of multiple encoding of pattern motion direction Journal of Vision. 2: 654a
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