Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, BSc, PhD

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain 
"Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza"
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Bachtoula O, Arranz-Paraíso S, Luna R, et al. (2023) Visual motion discrimination experiments reveal small differences between males and females. Vision Research. 208: 108222
Luna R, Serrano-Pedraza I, Gegenfurtner KR, et al. (2021) Achieving visual stability during smooth pursuit eye movements: Directional and confidence judgements favor a recalibration model. Vision Research. 184: 58-73
Arranz-Paraíso S, Read JCA, Serrano-Pedraza I. (2021) Reduced surround suppression in monocular motion perception. Journal of Vision. 21: 10
Garcia-Valle G, Arranz-Paraiso S, Serrano-Pedraza I, et al. (2020) Estimation of Torso Vibrotactile Thresholds using Eccentric Rotating Mass Motors. Ieee Transactions On Haptics
Luna R, Serrano-Pedraza I. (2020) Evidence for different spatiotemporal mechanisms using duration thresholds: An individual differences approach. Vision Research. 175: 58-74
Luna R, Serrano-Pedraza I. (2020) Interaction between motion scales: When performance in motion discrimination is worse for a compound stimulus than for its integrating components. Vision Research. 167: 60-69
Serrano-Pedraza I, Vancleef K, Herbert W, et al. (2020) Efficient estimation of stereo thresholds: What slope should be assumed for the psychometric function? Plos One. 15: e0226822
Vancleef K, Serrano-Pedraza I, Sharp C, et al. (2019) ASTEROID: A New Clinical Stereotest on an Autostereo 3D Tablet. Translational Vision Science & Technology. 8: 25
Peterzell D, Enongue JE, Serrano-Pedraza I, et al. (2019) On the possible relativity of spatial-frequency-tuned stereoscopic processes underlying disparity threshold functions Journal of Vision. 19: 68
Luna R, Serrano-Pedraza I. (2018) Temporal frequency modulates the strength of the inhibitory interaction between motion sensors tuned to coarse and fine scales. Journal of Vision. 18: 17
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