Rick Gurnsey, Ph.D.

Psychology Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, Canada 
Visual perception and psychophysics
"Rick Gurnsey"
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Gurnsey R, Biard M. (2012) Eccentricity dependence of the curveball illusion. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 66: 144-52
Gheorghiu E, Kingdom FA, Bell J, et al. (2011) Why do shape aftereffects increase with eccentricity? Journal of Vision. 11
Gurnsey R, Roddy G, Chanab W. (2011) Crowding is size and eccentricity dependent. Journal of Vision. 11: 15
Perreault A, Gurnsey R, Dawson M, et al. (2011) Increased sensitivity to mirror symmetry in autism. Plos One. 6: e19519
Roddy G, Gurnsey R. (2011) Mirror symmetry is subject to crowding Symmetry. 3: 457-471
Johnson A, Gurnsey R. (2010) Size scaling compensates for sensitivity loss produced by a simulated central scotoma in a shape-from-texture task. Journal of Vision. 10: 18
Gurnsey R, Roddy G, Troje NF. (2010) Limits of peripheral direction discrimination of point-light walkers. Journal of Vision. 10: 15.1-17
Gurnsey R, Troje NF. (2010) Peripheral sensitivity to biological motion conveyed by first and second-order signals. Vision Research. 50: 127-35
Gurnsey R, Roddy G, Ouhnana M, et al. (2008) Stimulus magnification equates identification and discrimination of biological motion across the visual field. Vision Research. 48: 2827-34
Sally SL, Gurnsey R. (2007) Foveal and extra-foveal orientation discrimination. Experimental Brain Research. 183: 351-60
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