Joshua J. Dobias, Ph.D.
|2014-2019||Psychology and Counseling||Marywood University, Dunmore, PA, United States|
|2019-||Department of Psychology||University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States|
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|Dobias JJ, Stine WW. (2019) Dynamic Cancellation of Perceived Rotation from the Venetian Blind Effect. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 3|
|Dobias JJ, Papathomas TV, Sarwate A. (2016) Ponzo’s Illusion in 3D: Perspective Gradients Dominate Differences in Retinal Size. Multisensory Research. 29: 421-38|
|Dobias JJ, Papathomas TV, Vlajnic VM. (2016) Convexity Bias and Perspective Cues in the Reverse-Perspective Illusion. I-Perception. 7: 2041669516631698|
|Dobias JJ, Papathomas TV. (2014) The role of linear perspective cues on the perceived depth magnitude of the surfaces they are painted on: proper-, reverse-, and flat-perspective paintings. Perception. 43: 989-1000|
|Dobias JJ, Papathomas TV. (2013) Recovering 3-D shape: roles of absolute and relative disparity, retinal size, and viewing distance as studied with reverse-perspective stimuli. Perception. 42: 430-46|
|Dobias JJ, Stine WW. (2012) Temporal dynamics of the Venetian blind effect. Vision Research. 60: 79-94|
|Filley ET, Khutoryansky N, Dobias JJ, et al. (2011) An investigation of the Venetian blind effect. Seeing and Perceiving. 24: 241-92|