Paul Hibbard

University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
"Paul Hibbard"
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Hibbard PB, Goutcher R, Hornsey RL, et al. (2023) Luminance contrast provides metric depth information. Royal Society Open Science. 10: 220567
Hibbard PB, Hornsey RL, Asher JM. (2022) Binocular Information Improves the Reliability and Consistency of Pictorial Relief. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 7
Hibbard PB, Asher JM. (2022) Robust natural depth for anticorrelated random dot stereogram for edge stimuli, but minimal reversed depth for embedded circular stimuli, irrespective of eccentricity. Plos One. 17: e0274566
Kingdom FAA, Read JCA, Hibbard PB, et al. (2021) Special issue: Coding strategies in binocular vision and stereopsis. Vision Research. 193: 107989
Hornsey RL, Hibbard PB, Scarfe P. (2020) Size and shape constancy in consumer virtual reality. Behavior Research Methods
Goutcher R, Hibbard PB. (2020) Impairment of cyclopean surface processing by disparity-defined masking stimuli. Journal of Vision. 20: 1
Kingdom FAA, Yared KC, Hibbard PB, et al. (2020) Stereoscopic depth adaptation from binocularly correlated versus anti-correlated noise: Test of an efficient coding theory of stereopsis. Vision Research. 166: 60-71
Goutcher R, Connolly E, Hibbard PB. (2018) Surface continuity and discontinuity bias the perception of stereoscopic depth. Journal of Vision. 18: 13
Asher JM, Hibbard PB. (2018) First- and second-order contributions to depth perception in anti-correlated random dot stereograms. Scientific Reports. 8: 14120
Asher J, Hibbard P. (2018) The effect of edge separation and orientation on the perception of depth in anti-correlated random dot stereograms Journal of Vision. 18: 988
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