Scott B. Stevenson

1995- Optometry University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States 
Vision Science, motor control
"Scott B. Stevenson"
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Harry G. Sperling research assistant 1980-1981 University of Texas Houston
Lorrin Riggs grad student 1984-1987 Brown
Clifton M. Schor post-doc 1987-1995 UC Berkeley
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Dhungel D, Stevenson SB. (2022) Spatial-temporal contrast sensitivity of the eye alignment reflex. Scientific Reports. 12: 19480
Karsolia A, Stevenson SB, Das VE. (2021) Unreferenced spatial localization under monocular and dichoptic viewing conditions. Scientific Reports. 11: 21341
Lew WH, Stevenson SB, Coates DR. (2021) Stimulus dependence of interocular suppression. Scientific Reports. 11: 9309
Krishnan AK, Queener HM, Stevenson SB, et al. (2018) Impact of simulated micro-scotomas on reading performance in central and peripheral retina. Experimental Eye Research
Mahadevan MS, Bedell HE, Stevenson SB. (2017) The influence of endogenous attention on contrast perception, contrast discrimination, and saccadic reaction time. Vision Research
Mahadevan M, Stevenson S. (2017) Effect of attention on cyclovergence and cycloversion eye movements. Journal of Vision. 17: 274
Pratt JD, Stevenson SB, Bedell HE. (2016) Scotoma Visibility and Reading Rate with Bilateral Central Scotomas. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry
Mahadevan M, Bedell H, Stevenson S. (2016) Asymmetry in saccadic latency during smooth pursuit: A signature of visual spatial attention? Journal of Vision. 16: 1354
Stevenson S, Mahadevan M, Mulligan J. (2016) Attentional modulation of eye torsion responses. Journal of Vision. 16: 1304
Mahadevan M, Bedell H, Stevenson S. (2015) The influence of attention on contrast perception, contrast discrimination, and saccadic reaction time. Journal of Vision. 15: 1259
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