Joshua A. Solomon, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology City University, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual perception, modeling
Website:
http://www.staff.city.ac.uk/~solomon/
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Solomon JA, Tyler CW. (2018) A Brücke-Bartley effect for contrast. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 180171
Solomon JA, Morgan MJ. (2018) Calculation Efficiencies for Mean Numerosity. Psychological Science. 956797618790545
Tyler CW, Solomon JA. (2018) Does Colour Filling-In Account for Colour Perception in Natural Images? I-Perception. 9: 2041669518768829
Solomon JA, Tyler CW. (2017) Improvement of contrast sensitivity with practice is not compatible with a sensory threshold account. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 34: 870-880
Solomon JA, Morgan MJ. (2017) Orientation-defined boundaries are detected with low efficiency. Vision Research
Hussain Ismail AM, Solomon JA, Hansard M, et al. (2016) A tilt after-effect for images of buildings: evidence of selectivity for the orientation of everyday scenes. Royal Society Open Science. 3: 160551
Solomon JA, May KA, Tyler CW. (2016) Inefficiency of orientation averaging: Evidence for hybrid serial/parallel temporal integration. Journal of Vision. 16: 13
May KA, Solomon JA. (2015) Connecting psychophysical performance to neuronal response properties II: Contrast decoding and detection. Journal of Vision. 15: 9
May KA, Solomon JA. (2015) Connecting psychophysical performance to neuronal response properties I: Discrimination of suprathreshold stimuli. Journal of Vision. 15: 8
Morgan M, Grant S, Melmoth D, et al. (2015) Tilted frames of reference have similar effects on the perception of gravitational vertical and the planning of vertical saccadic eye movements. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2115-25
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