David W. Heeley

Affiliations: 
Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, United States 
Area:
visual system, color
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Oliver J. Braddick grad student 1975-1978 Cambridge
John Krauskopf post-doc 1978-1979 Bell Labs
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Heeley DW, Scott-Brown KC, Reid G, et al. (2003) Interocular orientation disparity and the stereoscopic perception of slanted surfaces. Spatial Vision. 16: 183-207
Scott-Brown KC, Heeley DW. (2001) The effect of the spatial arrangement of target lines on perceived speed. Vision Research. 41: 1669-82
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM. (1998) The influence of stimulus shape on orientation acuity. Experimental Brain Research. 120: 217-22
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM, Cromwell JA, et al. (1997) The oblique effect in orientation acuity. Vision Research. 37: 235-42
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM. (1996) Mechanisms specialized for the perception of image geometry. Vision Research. 36: 3607-27
Scott-Brown K, Heeley DW. (1996) Random perturbation of the length or the position of horizontally drifting tilted lines affects their perceived speed Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 37: S744
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM. (1994) Changes in the perceived direction of drifting plaids, induced by asymmetrical changes in the spatio-temporal structure of the underlying components. Vision Research. 34: 775-97
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM. (1994) Evidence for separate, task dependent noise processes in orientation and size perception. Vision Research. 34: 2059-69
Heeley DW, Buchanan-Smith HM, Heywood S. (1993) Orientation acuity for sine-wave gratings with random variation of spatial frequency. Vision Research. 33: 2509-13
Buchanan-Smith HM, Heeley DW. (1993) Anisotropic axes in orientation perception are not retinotopically mapped. Perception. 22: 1389-402
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