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Mark A. Georgeson - Publications

Affiliations: 
Aston University, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Psychophysics, Spatial Vision, Motion, Binocular Vision
Website:
http://www1.aston.ac.uk/lhs/staff/az-index/georgema/

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Year Citation  Score
2018 Baker DH, Lygo FA, Meese TS, Georgeson MA. Binocular summation revisited: Beyond √2. Psychological Bulletin. PMID 30102058 DOI: 10.1037/bul0000163  0.773
2018 Kilpeläinen M, Georgeson MA. Luminance gradient at object borders communicates object location to the human oculomotor system. Scientific Reports. 8: 1593. PMID 29371609 DOI: 10.1038/S41598-018-19464-1  0.336
2017 Maehara G, Hess RF, Georgeson MA. Direction discrimination thresholds in binocular, monocular, and dichoptic viewing: Motion opponency and contrast gain control. Journal of Vision. 17: 7. PMID 28114489 DOI: 10.1167/17.1.7  0.454
2016 Georgeson MA, Schofield AJ. Binocular functional architecture for detection of contrast-modulated gratings. Vision Research. PMID 27664349 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2016.09.005  0.56
2016 Georgeson M, Wallis S, Meese T, Baker D. Contrast and Lustre: a model that accounts for eleven different forms of contrast discrimination in binocular vision. Vision Research. PMID 27576193 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2016.08.001  0.769
2014 Zhou J, Georgeson MA, Hess RF. Linear binocular combination of responses to contrast modulation: contrast-weighted summation in first- and second-order vision. Journal of Vision. 14: 24. PMID 25424859 DOI: 10.1167/14.13.24  0.53
2014 Georgeson MA, Wallis SA. Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia for blurred edges. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics : the Journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians (Optometrists). 34: 163-85. PMID 24476421 DOI: 10.1111/Opo.12108  0.755
2013 Baker DH, Meese TS, Georgeson MA. Paradoxical psychometric functions ("swan functions") are explained by dilution masking in four stimulus dimensions. I-Perception. 4: 17-35. PMID 23799185 DOI: 10.1068/i0552  0.793
2013 Wallis SA, Baker DH, Meese TS, Georgeson MA. The slope of the psychometric function and non-stationarity of thresholds in spatiotemporal contrast vision. Vision Research. 76: 1-10. PMID 23041562 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2012.09.019  0.756
2012 Wallis SA, Georgeson MA. Mach bands and multiscale models of spatial vision: the role of first, second, and third derivative operators in encoding bars and edges. Journal of Vision. 12: 18. PMID 23262150 DOI: 10.1167/12.13.18  0.755
2012 Baker DH, Wallis SA, Georgeson MA, Meese TS. The effect of interocular phase difference on perceived contrast. Plos One. 7: e34696. PMID 22485185 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0034696  0.762
2012 Baker DH, Wallis SA, Georgeson MA, Meese TS. Nonlinearities in the binocular combination of luminance and contrast. Vision Research. 56: 1-9. PMID 22289645 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2012.01.008  0.761
2012 Wallis S, Georgeson M. What is binocular fusion? Multiplicative combination of luminance gradients via the geometric mean F1000research. 12: 47-47. DOI: 10.7490/F1000Research.1090589.1  0.755
2012 Georgeson M, Wallis S. Mach bands and models of spatial vision: the role of 1st, 2nd and 3rd derivative operators in encoding edges and bars Journal of Vision. 12: 319-319. DOI: 10.1167/12.9.319  0.755
2012 Meese TS, Baker DH, Summers RJ, Georgeson MA. Contrast integration and counter suppression: a general scheme for visual hierarchies? Journal of Vision. 12: 33-33. DOI: 10.1167/12.14.33  0.762
2012 Wallis S, Georgeson M. Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia: effects of disparity, contrast polarity and contrast imbalance Perception. 41: 16-16. DOI: 10.1068/V120215  0.755
2012 Wallis S, Georgeson M. What is Binocular Fusion? I-Perception. 3: 220-220. DOI: 10.1068/Id220  0.755
2011 Schofield AJ, Rock PB, Georgeson MA. Sun and sky: Does human vision assume a mixture of point and diffuse illumination when interpreting shape-from-shading? Vision Research. 51: 2317-30. PMID 21945645 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2011.09.004  0.51
2011 Elliott SL, Georgeson MA, Webster MA. Response normalization and blur adaptation: data and multi-scale model. Journal of Vision. 11. PMID 21307174 DOI: 10.1167/11.2.7  0.318
2011 Georgeson M, Schofield A. Binocular functional architecture for detection of luminance- and contrast-modulated gratings Journal of Vision. 11: 305-305. DOI: 10.1167/11.11.305  0.322
2010 Schofield AJ, Rock PB, Sun P, Jiang X, Georgeson MA. What is second-order vision for? Discriminating illumination versus material changes. Journal of Vision. 10: 2. PMID 20884600 DOI: 10.1167/10.9.2  0.606
2010 Schofield A, Rock P, Sun P, Georgeson M. The role of second-order vision in discriminating shading versus material changes Journal of Vision. 9: 58-58. DOI: 10.1167/9.8.58  0.564
2010 Georgeson M, Wallis S. Seeing light vs dark lines: psychophysical performance is based on separate channels, limited by noise and uncertainty Journal of Vision. 8: 821-821. DOI: 10.1167/8.6.821  0.755
2010 Schofield AJ, Rock PB, Hesse G, Georgeson MA, Yates TA. The role of texture amplitude in shape from shading Journal of Vision. 6: 258-258. DOI: 10.1167/6.6.258  0.321
2010 Georgeson M, Meese T, Baker D. Detecting contrast differences in binocular and dichoptic vision: we use monocular or binocular channels, whichever gives the MAX response Journal of Vision. 10: 350-350. DOI: 10.1167/10.7.350  0.765
2010 May KA, Georgeson MA. Corrigendum to “Blurred edges look faint, and faint edges look sharp: The effect of a gradient threshold in a multi-scale edge coding model” [Vision Res. 47(13) (2007) 1705–1720] Vision Research. 50: 996. DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2010.02.018  0.596
2009 Wallis SA, Georgeson MA. Mach edges: local features predicted by 3rd derivative spatial filtering. Vision Research. 49: 1886-93. PMID 19426750 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2009.04.026  0.755
2009 Georgeson MA, Yates TA, Schofield AJ. Depth propagation and surface construction in 3-D vision. Vision Research. 49: 84-95. PMID 18977239 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2008.09.030  0.515
2008 Georgeson MA, Yates TA, Schofield AJ. Discriminating depth in corrugated stereo surfaces: facilitation by a pedestal is explained by removal of uncertainty. Vision Research. 48: 2321-8. PMID 18682260 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2008.07.009  0.561
2007 Georgeson MA, May KA, Freeman TC, Hesse GS. From filters to features: scale-space analysis of edge and blur coding in human vision. Journal of Vision. 7: 7.1-21. PMID 17997635 DOI: 10.1167/7.13.7  0.627
2007 Baker DH, Meese TS, Georgeson MA. Binocular interaction: contrast matching and contrast discrimination are predicted by the same model. Spatial Vision. 20: 397-413. PMID 17716525 DOI: 10.1163/156856807781503622  0.797
2007 May KA, Georgeson MA. Added luminance ramp alters perceived edge blur and contrast: a critical test for derivative-based models of edge coding. Vision Research. 47: 1721-31. PMID 17467769 DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2007.02.018  0.596
2007 May KA, Georgeson MA. Blurred edges look faint, and faint edges look sharp: the effect of a gradient threshold in a multi-scale edge coding model. Vision Research. 47: 1705-20. PMID 17442367 DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2007.02.012  0.596
2006 Meese TS, Georgeson MA, Baker DH. Binocular contrast vision at and above threshold. Journal of Vision. 6: 1224-43. PMID 17209731 DOI: 10.1167/6.11.7  0.797
2006 Schofield AJ, Hesse G, Rock PB, Georgeson MA. Local luminance amplitude modulates the interpretation of shape-from-shading in textured surfaces. Vision Research. 46: 3462-82. PMID 16650882 DOI: 10.1016/J.Visres.2006.03.014  0.527
2006 Georgeson MA, Meese TS. Fixed or variable noise in contrast discrimination? The jury's still out... Vision Research. 46: 4294-303. PMID 16225900 DOI: 10.1016/j.visres.2005.08.024  0.718
2005 Georgeson MA, Meese TS, Baker DH. Binocular summation, dichoptic masking and contrast gain control Journal of Vision. 5: 797-797. DOI: 10.1167/5.8.797  0.765
2005 Meese TS, Georgeson MA, Baker DH. Interocular masking and summation indicate two stages of divisive contrast gain control Perception. 34: 0-0. DOI: 10.1068/V050255  0.765
2005 Schofield AJ, Hesse G, Georgeson MA, Rock PB. The role of texture in shape from shading: are humans biased towards seeing relief textures? Perception. 34: 0-0. DOI: 10.1068/V050142  0.334
2004 Barbieri-Hesse GS, Schofield AJ, Georgeson MA. The interaction of luminance and texture amplitude in surface depth perception Perception. 33: 0-0. DOI: 10.1068/V040078  0.326
2003 Hammett ST, Georgeson MA, Barbieri-Hesse GS. Motion, flash, and flicker: a unified spatiotemporal model of perceived edge sharpening. Perception. 32: 1221-32. PMID 14700257 DOI: 10.1068/p3400  0.334
2003 Hammett ST, Georgeson MA, Bedingham S, Barbieri-Hesse GS. Motion sharpening and contrast: gain control precedes compressive non-linearity? Vision Research. 43: 1187-99. PMID 12705958 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(03)00071-3  0.331
2003 Schofield AJ, Georgeson MA. Sensitivity to contrast modulation: the spatial frequency dependence of second-order vision. Vision Research. 43: 243-59. PMID 12535984 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(02)00542-4  0.513
2003 Georgeson MA, May KA, Barbieri-Hesse GS. Perceiving edge blur: The Gaussian-derivative template model Journal of Vision. 3: 360a. DOI: 10.1167/3.9.360  0.596
2002 Georgeson MA, Schofield AJ. Shading and texture: separate information channels with a common adaptation mechanism? Spatial Vision. 16: 59-76. PMID 12636225 DOI: 10.1163/15685680260433913  0.523
2002 Georgeson MA, Hammett ST. Seeing blur: 'motion sharpening' without motion. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 269: 1429-34. PMID 12137571 DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2002.2029  0.316
2000 Schofield AJ, Georgeson MA. The temporal properties of first- and second-order vision. Vision Research. 40: 2475-87. PMID 10915887 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(00)00111-5  0.535
2000 Georgeson MA, Scott-Samuel NE. Spatial resolution and receptive field height of motion sensors in human vision. Vision Research. 40: 745-58. PMID 10683453 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(99)00219-9  0.623
1999 Georgeson MA, Scott-Samuel NE. Motion contrast: a new metric for direction discrimination. Vision Research. 39: 4393-402. PMID 10789432 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(99)00147-9  0.623
1999 Georgeson MA, Meese TS. Adaptive filtering in spatial vision: evidence from feature marking in plaids. Perception. 28: 687-702. PMID 10664764 DOI: 10.1068/P2836  0.718
1999 Scott-Samuel NE, Georgeson MA. Feature matching and segmentation in motion perception. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 266: 2289-94. PMID 10629979 DOI: 10.1098/rspb.1999.0921  0.623
1999 Schofield AJ, Georgeson MA. Sensitivity to modulations of luminance and contrast in visual white noise: separate mechanisms with similar behaviour. Vision Research. 39: 2697-716. PMID 10492831 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(98)00284-3  0.548
1999 Scott-Samuel NE, Georgeson MA. Does early non-linearity account for second-order motion? Vision Research. 39: 2853-65. PMID 10492815 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(98)00316-2  0.623
1998 Hammett ST, Georgeson MA, Gorea A. Motion blur and motion sharpening: temporal smear and local contrast non-linearity. Vision Research. 38: 2099-108. PMID 9797970 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(97)00430-6  0.599
1997 Georgeson MA, Meese TS. Perception of stationary plaids: the role of spatial filters in edge analysis. Vision Research. 37: 3255-71. PMID 9425542 DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(97)00124-7  0.718
1997 Scott-Samuel NE, Georgeson MA. Breaking up is never easy: Feature matching in motion perception Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S379.  0.59
1997 Hammett ST, Georgeson MA, Gorea A. Motion sharpening and BLUR Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S377.  0.511
1996 Georgeson MA, Freeman TC, Scott-Samuel NE. Sub-pixel accuracy: psychophysical validation of an algorithm for fine positioning and movement of dots on visual displays. Vision Research. 36: 605-12. PMID 8855004 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(96)89253-4  0.645
1996 Meese TS, Georgeson MA. Spatial filter combination in human pattern vision: channel interactions revealed by adaptation. Perception. 25: 255-77. PMID 8804088 DOI: 10.1068/P250255  0.718
1996 Meese TS, Georgeson MA. The tilt aftereffect in plaids and gratings: channel codes, local signs and "patchwise" transforms. Vision Research. 36: 1421-37. PMID 8762761 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(95)00212-X  0.718
1996 Georgeson MA, Meese TS. Perceived structure of plaids implies variable combination of oriented filters in edge finding Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 2657: 175-189. DOI: 10.1117/12.238714  0.718
1992 Greenlee MW, Georgeson MA, Magnussen S, Harris JP. The decay of adaptation to spatial contrast: a response to david rose Vision Research. 32: 1785-1788. DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(92)90172-F  0.302
1991 Greenlee MW, Georgeson MA, Magnussen S, Harris JP. The time course of adaptation to spatial contrast. Vision Research. 31: 223-36. PMID 2017883 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(91)90113-J  0.341
1988 Swanson WH, Georgeson MA, Wilson HR. Comparison of contrast responses across spatial mechanisms. Vision Research. 28: 457-9. PMID 3188408 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(88)90187-3  0.318
1985 Georgeson MA, Turner RS. Afterimages of sinusoidal, square-wave and compound gratings. Vision Research. 25: 1709-20. PMID 3832595 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(85)90143-9  0.334
1984 Georgeson MA, Turner RS. Stability of phase recognition in complex spatial waveforms. Vision Research. 24: 851-8. PMID 6474840 DOI: 10.1016/0042-6989(84)90157-3  0.322
1973 Georgeson MA, Blakemore C. Apparent Depth and the Müller—Lyer Illusion Perception. 2: 225-234. DOI: 10.1068/p020225  0.509
1973 Georgeson MA, Blakemore C. Apparent depth and the Muller Lyer illusion Perception. 2: 225-234.  0.445
1971 Blakemore C, Carpenter RHS, Georgeson MA. Lateral thinking about lateral inhibition [16] Nature. 234: 418-419. DOI: 10.1038/234418b0  0.492
1970 Blakemore C, Carpenter RH, Georgeson MA. Lateral inhibition between orientation detectors in the human visual system. Nature. 228: 37-9. PMID 5456209 DOI: 10.1038/228037a0  0.528
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