Barbara J. Gillam

The University of New South Wales, Australia 
Vision, Psychophysics
"Barbara Gillam"
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Gavin N. Seagrim grad student 1964 ANU
Joseph Zubin post-doc Columbia
Clarence Graham research scientist 1970 Columbia
 (Graham, C. H., & Gillam, B. J. (1970). Occurrence of theoretically correct responses during rotation of the Ames window. Perception & Psychophysics, 8, 257-260.doi:10.3758/BF03212587)
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Wardle SG, Gillam BJ. (2016) Gradients of relative disparity underlie the perceived slant of stereoscopic surfaces. Journal of Vision. 16: 16
Wardle SG, Palmisano S, Gillam BJ. (2014) Monocular and binocular edges enhance the perception of stereoscopic slant. Vision Research. 100: 113-23
Gillam BJ, Wardle SG, Vecellio E. (2014) Orientation contrast and entropy contrast in the genesis of subjective contours along thin lines. Perception. 43: 7-22
Gillam BJ, Wardle SG. (2013) A mid-level explanation for the venetian blind effect. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 908
Wardle SG, Gillam BJ. (2013) Color constrains depth in da Vinci stereopsis for camouflage but not occlusion. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 1525-40
Wardle SG, Gillam BJ. (2013) Phantom surfaces in da Vinci stereopsis. Journal of Vision. 13: 16
Wardle S, Gillam BJ, Palmisano S. (2013) The role of monocular regions in the perception of stereoscopic surfaces Perception. 42: 12-12
Spang K, Gillam B, Fahle M. (2012) Electrophysiological correlates of binocular stereo depth without binocular disparities. Plos One. 7: e40562
Gillam B, Palmisano SA, Govan DG. (2011) Depth interval estimates from motion parallax and binocular disparity beyond interaction space. Perception. 40: 39-49
Gillam BJ, Grove PM. (2011) Contour entropy: a new determinant of perceiving ground or a hole. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 37: 750-7
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