Branka Spehar, PhD

School of Psychology The University of New South Wales, Australia 
Visual psychophysics
"Branka Spehar"
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Roberts MM, Schira MM, Spehar B, et al. (2022) Nature in motion: The tuning of the visual system to the spatiotemporal properties of natural scenes. Journal of Vision. 22: 7
Isherwood ZJ, Clifford CWG, Schira MM, et al. (2021) Nice and slow: Measuring sensitivity and visual preference toward naturalistic stimuli varying in their amplitude spectra in space and time. Vision Research. 181: 47-60
Estrada-Gonzalez V, East S, Garbutt M, et al. (2020) Viewing Art in Different Contexts. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 569
Viengkham C, Isherwood ZJ, Spehar B. (2019) Fractal statistics in the aesthetic appreciation of images, textures and sound Journal of Vision. 19: 97b
Isherwood ZJ, Clifford CW, Schira MM, et al. (2019) The critical reliance of early visual cortex on the fractal structure of natural scenes Journal of Vision. 19: 123
Viengkham C, Isherwood Z, Spehar B. (2019) Fractal-Scaling Properties as Aesthetic Primitives in Vision and Touch Axiomathes
Viengkham C, Spehar B. (2018) Preference for Fractal-Scaling Properties Across Synthetic Noise Images and Artworks. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1439
Moloney J, Spehar B, Globa A, et al. (2018) The affordance of virtual reality to enable the sensory representation of multi-dimensional data for immersive analytics: from experience to insight Journal of Big Data. 5
Isherwood Z, Clifford C, Schira M, et al. (2018) BOLD tuning of human visual cortex to natural statistical properties in space and time Journal of Vision. 18: 1245
Taylor RP, Martin TP, Montgomery RD, et al. (2017) Seeing shapes in seemingly random spatial patterns: Fractal analysis of Rorschach inkblots. Plos One. 12: e0171289
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