Colin Clifford

University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
vision, including how we perceive motion and orientation, how we recognise the expressions of faces, how context affects our perception of lightness and colour, and how our visual awareness might be related to the underlying neural processing
"Colin Clifford"
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Hsieh JYJ, Boyce WP, Goddard E, et al. (2023) Colour information biases facial age estimation and reduces inter-observer variability. Scientific Reports. 13: 13224
Chen C, Boyce WP, Palmer CJ, et al. (2023) Adaptation to walking direction in biological motion. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Palmer CJ, Kim P, Clifford CWG. (2022) Gaze behavior as a visual cue to animacy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Palmer CJ, Clifford CWG. (2022) Spatial selectivity in adaptation to gaze direction. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20221230
Palmer CJ, Goddard E, Clifford CWG. (2022) Face detection from patterns of shading and shadows: The role of overhead illumination in generating the familiar appearance of the human face. Cognition. 225: 105172
Isherwood ZJ, Clifford CWG, Schira MM, et al. (2021) Nice and slow: Measuring sensitivity and visual preference toward naturalistic stimuli varying in their amplitude spectra in space and time. Vision Research. 181: 47-60
Takao S, Watanabe K, Clifford CWG. (2020) Angular tuning of tilt illusion depends on stimulus duration. Vision Research. 175: 85-89
Clifford C. (2019) On the relationship between perceptual bias and discriminability: evidence from tilt and motion adaptation Journal of Vision. 19: 99
Clifford C. (2019) What can aftereffects reveal about the functional architecture of human gaze perception Journal of Vision. 19: 2
Palmer CJ, Caruana N, Clifford CWG, et al. (2018) Adaptive sensory coding of gaze direction in schizophrenia. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 180886
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