Kimberly Meier

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Chang K, Li X, Meier K, et al. (2023) Poster Session I: Non-rivalrous interocular contrast integration across the human visual cortex hierarchy. Journal of Vision. 23: 29
Meier K, Pettet M, Garrison T, et al. (2023) Poster Session I: Binocular contrast integration: Cortical and behavioral signals reflect different computations. Journal of Vision. 23: 30
Meier K, Tarczy-Hornoch K, Boynton GM, et al. (2023) Characterizing amblyopic perception under non-rivalrous viewing conditions. Scientific Reports. 13: 7993
Manning C, Meier K, Giaschi D. (2022) The reverse motion illusion in random dot motion displays and implications for understanding development. Journal of Illusion. 3
Esquenazi RB, Meier K, Beyeler M, et al. (2021) Learning to see again: Perceptual learning of simulated abnormal on- off-cell population responses in sighted individuals. Journal of Vision. 21: 10
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
Shahin YM, Meier K, Giaschi D. (2020) Effect of Visual Field Location on Global Motion Perception: A Developmental Study. Perception. 49: 733-748
Meier K, Giaschi D. (2019) The Effect of Stimulus Area on Global Motion Thresholds in Children and Adults. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 3
Niechwiej-Szwedo E, Meier K, Christian L, et al. (2019) Concurrent maturation of visuomotor skills and motion perception in typically-developing children and adolescents. Developmental Psychobiology
Meier K, Sell D, Seemiller E, et al. (2019) Reflexive vergence responses to absolute disparity stimuli in 3- and 5-year old children Journal of Vision. 19: 61
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