Mark A. Georgeson

Aston University, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
Psychophysics, Spatial Vision, Motion, Binocular Vision
"Mark Georgeson"
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Hassan O, Georgeson MA, Hammett ST. (2018) Brightening and Dimming Aftereffects at Low and High Luminance. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 2
Baker DH, Lygo FA, Meese TS, et al. (2018) Binocular summation revisited: Beyond √2. Psychological Bulletin
Maehara G, Hess RF, Georgeson MA. (2017) Direction discrimination thresholds in binocular, monocular, and dichoptic viewing: Motion opponency and contrast gain control. Journal of Vision. 17: 7
Zhou J, Georgeson MA, Hess RF. (2014) Linear binocular combination of responses to contrast modulation: contrast-weighted summation in first- and second-order vision. Journal of Vision. 14: 24
Georgeson MA, Wallis SA. (2014) Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia for blurred edges. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics : the Journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians (Optometrists). 34: 163-85
Blackmore-Wright S, Georgeson MA, Anderson SJ. (2013) Enhanced text spacing improves reading performance in individuals with macular disease. Plos One. 8: e80325
Baker DH, Meese TS, Georgeson MA. (2013) Paradoxical psychometric functions ("swan functions") are explained by dilution masking in four stimulus dimensions. I-Perception. 4: 17-35
Wallis SA, Baker DH, Meese TS, et al. (2013) The slope of the psychometric function and non-stationarity of thresholds in spatiotemporal contrast vision. Vision Research. 76: 1-10
Wallis SA, Georgeson MA. (2012) Mach bands and multiscale models of spatial vision: the role of first, second, and third derivative operators in encoding bars and edges. Journal of Vision. 12: 18
Baker DH, Wallis SA, Georgeson MA, et al. (2012) The effect of interocular phase difference on perceived contrast. Plos One. 7: e34696
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