Eric S. Seemiller

Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
infant vision
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Anderson EM, Seemiller ES, Smith LB. (2022) Scene saliencies in egocentric vision and their creation by parents and infants. Cognition. 229: 105256
Meier K, Lundell DL, Seemiller ES, et al. (2021) The relationship between reflex eye realignment and the percept of single vision in young children. Scientific Reports. 11: 375
Sebastian S, Seemiller ES, Geisler WS. (2020) Local reliability weighting explains identification of partially masked objects in natural images. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117: 29363-29370
Seemiller E, Sebastian S, Geisler W. (2019) Local reliability weighting predicts trial-by-trial responses in a natural detection task Journal of Vision. 19: 45
Seemiller ES, Bradley A, Kollbaum PS. (2019) Optical manipulations affecting blur perception in one or both eyes Journal of Vision. 19: 48
Seemiller E, Geisler WS. (2019) Reliability-Weighted Template Matching Predicts Human Detection Performance in Natural Scenes Journal of Vision. 19: 90
Seemiller ES, Port NL, Candy TR. (2018) The gaze stability of 4- to 10-week-old human infants. Journal of Vision. 18: 15
Seemiller ES, Cumming BG, Candy TR. (2018) Human infants can generate vergence responses to retinal disparity by 5 to 10 weeks of age. Journal of Vision. 18: 17
Seemiller E, Candy T. (2017) Vergence responses to changing disparity in 5 to 10 week old human infants. Journal of Vision. 17: 444
Downey C, Pace G, Seemiller E, et al. (2017) Dynamic Characteristics of 5 to 22 week-old Infants' Accommodation and Vergence Tracking Responses Journal of Vision. 17: 443
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