Martin Giesel

2018- School of Psychology University of Aberdeen, UK, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
chromatic discrimination, material perception, shape-from-shading, motion-in-depth
"Martin Giesel"
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Harrison RE, Giesel M, Hesse C. (2020) Author accepted manuscript: Temporal order judgment task suggests chronological action representations in motor experts and non-experts. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021820936982
Giesel M, Yakovleva A, Bloj M, et al. (2019) Relative contributions to vergence eye movements of two binocular cues for motion-in-depth. Scientific Reports. 9: 17412
Giesel M, Wade AR, Bloj M, et al. (2018) Investigating Human Visual Sensitivity to Binocular Motion-in-Depth for Anti- and De-Correlated Random-Dot Stimuli. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 2
Jansen M, Giesel M, Zaidi Q. (2016) Segregating animals in naturalistic surroundings: interaction of color distributions and mechanisms. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 33: A273-A282
Bartov J, Giesel M, Zaidi Q. (2015) Exploring the veridicality of shape-from-shading for real 3D objects. Journal of Vision. 15: 964
Giesel M, Zaidi Q. (2013) Frequency-based heuristics for material perception. Journal of Vision. 13
Giesel M, Gegenfurtner KR. (2010) Color appearance of real objects varying in material, hue, and shape. Journal of Vision. 10: 10
Giesel M, Hansen T, Gegenfurtner KR. (2009) The discrimination of chromatic textures. Journal of Vision. 9: 11.1-28
Hansen T, Giesel M, Gegenfurtner KR. (2008) Chromatic discrimination of natural objects. Journal of Vision. 8: 2.1-19
Hansen T, Giesel M, Gegenfurtner KR. (2006) Investigating human chromatic discrimination of natural objects Cgiv 2006 - 3rd European Conference On Colour in Graphics, Imaging, and Vision, Final Program and Proceedings. 119-124
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