Adar Pelah

Affiliations: 
University of York, San Francisco, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual system, motor systems, medical devices
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Pelah A, Barbur J, Thurrell A, et al. (2015) The coupling of vision with locomotion in cortical blindness. Vision Research. 110: 286-94
Allen LE, Slater ME, Proffitt RV, et al. (2012) A new perimeter using the preferential looking response to assess peripheral visual fields in young and developmentally delayed children. Journal of Aapos : the Official Publication of the American Association For Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus / American Association For Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. 16: 261-5
Atallah P, Pelah A, Wilkins A. (2012) Visual stress symptoms from stereoscopic television 2012 International Conference On 3d Imaging, Ic3d 2012 - Proceedings
Casey R, Pelah A, Cameron J, et al. (2010) Influence of step frequency on visual speed perception during locomotion Proceedings - Apgv 2010: Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization. 160
Nanapragasam A, Pelah A, Cameron J, et al. (2009) Visualizations for locomotor learning with real time feedback in VR Proceedings - Apgv 2009: Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization. 139
Lehtinen S, Cheung C, Pelah A, et al. (2009) Step synchronization and third person speed perception in virtual environment locomotion simulators Proceedings - Apgv 2009: Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization. 135
Dong H, Pelah A, Cameron J, et al. (2008) The perceptual influences on gait transition of step parameters and optic flow in virtual environment locomotion simulators Apgv 2008 - Proceedings of the Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization. 143-146
Durgin FH, Pelah A, Fox LF, et al. (2005) Self-motion perception during locomotor recalibration: more than meets the eye. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 31: 398-419
Thurrell A, Pelah A. (2005) Matching visual and non-visual signals: Evidence for a mechanism to discount optic flow during locomotion Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 5666: 434-448
Pelah A, Thurrell AEI, Berry M. (2002) Reduction of perceived visual speed during walking: Evidence against the involvement of attentional or vestibular mechanisms Journal of Vision. 2: 630a
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