Tessa Dekker

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Tessa Dekker"
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Georgia Milne research assistant 2019-
Marc Pabst research assistant 2023- UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


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Tibber MS, Milne G, Fonagy P, et al. (2023) The association between sociodemographic inequalities, COVID-related impacts and mental health. Journal of Affective Disorders. 325: 596-603
Farahbakhsh M, Anderson EJ, Maimon-Mor RO, et al. (2022) A demonstration of cone function plasticity after gene therapy in achromatopsia. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Crossland MD, Dekker TM, Jones PR, et al. (2022) Comparing Home- and Clinic-Based Visual Acuity Testing. Jama Ophthalmology
Groen IIA, Dekker TM, Knapen T, et al. (2022) Visuospatial coding as ubiquitous scaffolding for human cognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 26: 81-96
Dekker TM, Farahbakhsh M, Atkinson J, et al. (2020) Development of the spatial contrast sensitivity function (CSF) during childhood: Analysis of previous findings and new psychophysical data. Journal of Vision. 20: 4
Elfadaly D, Abdelrazik ST, Thomas PBM, et al. (2020) Can Psychophysics Be Fun? Exploring the Feasibility of a Gamified Contrast Sensitivity Function Measure in Amblyopic Children Aged 4-9 Years. Frontiers in Medicine. 7: 469
Lisi M, Mongillo G, Milne G, et al. (2020) Discrete confidence levels revealed by sequential decisions. Nature Human Behaviour
Dekker T, Lisi M. (2020) Sensory Development: Integration before Calibration. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R409-R412
Chow-Wing-Bom H, Dekker TM, Jones PR. (2020) The worse eye revisited: Evaluating the impact of asymmetric peripheral vision loss on everyday function. Vision Research. 169: 49-57
Farahbakhsh M, Dekker TM, Jones PR. (2019) Psychophysics with children: Evaluating the use of maximum likelihood estimators in children aged 4-15 years (QUEST+). Journal of Vision. 19: 22
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