Leonard Matin

Affiliations: 
Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
visual psychophysics
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Matin L, Matin E, Li W. (2015) Dipole Analysis of the Influence of Linear Arrays of Points On Visually Perceived Eye Level (VPEL). Vision Research
Shavit AY, Li W, Matin L. (2013) Individual differences in perceived elevation and verticality: evidence of a common visual process. Multisensory Research. 26: 205-39
Li W, Matin E, Matin L. (2013) Short-lived effects of a visual inducer during egocentric space perception and manual behavior. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 1012-26
Matin L, Li W. (2010) Combined influences of extraretinal signals, retinal signals, and visual induction on space perception and manual behavior in perisaccadic and steady viewing Space and Time in Perception and Action. 63-93
Li W, Matin E, Bertz JW, et al. (2008) A tilted frame deceives the eye and the hand. Journal of Vision. 8: 18.1-16
Hudson TE, Matin L, Li W. (2008) Binocular spatial induction for the perception of depth does not cross the midline. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 18006-11
Hudson TE, Li W, Matin L. (2006) The field dependence/independence cognitive style does not control the spatial perception of elevation. Perception & Psychophysics. 68: 377-92
Li W, Matin L. (2005) The rod-and-frame effect: the whole is less than the sum of its parts. Perception. 34: 699-716
Li W, Matin L. (2005) Visually perceived vertical (VPV): induced changes in orientation by 1-line and 2-line roll-tilted and pitched visual fields. Vision Research. 45: 2037-57
Li W, Matin L. (2005) Two wrongs make a right: linear increase of accuracy of visually-guided manual pointing, reaching, and height-matching with increase in hand-to-body distance. Vision Research. 45: 533-50
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