Sarah J. Waugh

Affiliations: 
Anglia Vision Research, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual Psychophysics, Spatial Vision
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Chima AS, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2020) Interocular ND filter suppression: Eccentricity and luminance polarity effects. Journal of Vision. 20: 35
Waugh SJ, Formankiewicz MA. (2020) Grouping Effects on Foveal Spatial Interactions in Children. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 61: 23
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2018) Levelt's laws do not predict perception when luminance- and contrast-modulated stimuli compete during binocular rivalry. Scientific Reports. 8: 14432
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2017) More superimposition for contrast-modulated than luminance-modulated stimuli during binocular rivalry. Vision Research
Chima AS, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2016) Interocular suppression patterns in binocularly abnormal observers using luminance- and contrast-modulated noise stimuli. Journal of Vision. 16: 20
Gautier J, Bedell HE, Siderov J, et al. (2016) Monocular microsaccades are visual-task related. Journal of Vision. 16: 37
Lalor SJ, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2016) Crowding and visual acuity measured in adults using paediatric test letters, pictures and symbols. Vision Research
Skerswetat J, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2016) Very few exclusive percepts for contrast-modulated stimuli during binocular rivalry. Vision Research
Bedell HE, Siderov J, Formankiewicz MA, et al. (2015) Evidence for an eye-movement contribution to normal foveal crowding Optometry and Vision Science. 92: 237-245
Chima AS, Formankiewicz MA, Waugh SJ. (2015) Investigation of interocular blur suppression using luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated noise stimuli. Journal of Vision. 15
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