Anthony B. Morland

Royal Holloway, Bunkyō-ku, England, United Kingdom 
"Anthony Morland"
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Ahmadi K, Fracasso A, Puzniak RJ, et al. (2020) Triple visual hemifield maps in a case of optic chiasm hypoplasia. Neuroimage. 116822
Hanson RLW, Gale RP, Gouws AD, et al. (2019) Following the Status of Visual Cortex Over Time in Patients With Macular Degeneration Reveals Atrophy of Visually Deprived Brain Regions. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 60: 5045-5051
Puzniak RJ, Ahmadi K, Kaufmann J, et al. (2019) Quantifying nerve decussation abnormalities in the optic chiasm. Neuroimage. Clinical. 24: 102055
Strong SL, Silson EH, Gouws AD, et al. (2019) An enhanced role for right hV5/MT+ in the analysis of motion in the contra- and ipsi-lateral visual hemi-fields. Behavioural Brain Research. 372: 112060
Kaestner M, Maloney RT, Wailes-Newson KH, et al. (2019) Asymmetries between achromatic and chromatic extraction of 3D motion signals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Strong SL, Silson EH, Gouws AD, et al. (2019) Motion-Defined Form Discrimination in Human V5/MT+ Journal of Vision. 19: 287
Keefe BD, Gouws AD, Sheldon AA, et al. (2018) Emergence of symmetry selectivity in the visual areas of the human brain: fMRI responses to symmetry presented in both frontoparallel and slanted planes. Human Brain Mapping
Morland A, Molz B, Lowndes R, et al. (2018) Population receptive fields in V1 enlarge as luminance is reduced from photopic to scotopic levels Journal of Vision. 18: 577
Welbourne LE, Morland AB, Wade AR. (2017) Population receptive field (pRF) measurements of chromatic responses in human visual cortex using fMRI. Neuroimage
Strong SL, Silson EH, Gouws AD, et al. (2017) A Direct Demonstration of Functional Differences between Subdivisions of Human V5/MT. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 27: 1-10
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