Jeffrey A. Saunders, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology The University of Hong Kong, San Francisco, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong 
Area:
3D perception, perception and action
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William H. Warren grad student 1994-1999 Brown
David C. Knill post-doc 1999-2003 Rochester
Benjamin Backus post-doc 2004-2006 Penn
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Chen Z, Saunders JA. (2015) Online processing of shape information for control of grasping. Experimental Brain Research
Saunders JA, Chen Z. (2015) Perceptual biases and cue weighting in perception of 3D slant from texture and stereo information. Journal of Vision. 15
Saunders JA. (2014) Reliability and relative weighting of visual and nonvisual information for perceiving direction of self-motion during walking. Journal of Vision. 14: 24
Lee YL, Saunders JA. (2013) Symmetry facilitates shape constancy for smoothly curved 3D objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 1193-204
Lee YL, Saunders JA. (2011) Stereo improves 3D shape discrimination even when rich monocular shape cues are available. Journal of Vision. 11
Saunders JA. (2010) View rotation is used to perceive path curvature from optic flow. Journal of Vision. 10: 25
Saunders JA, Niehorster DC. (2010) A Bayesian model for estimating observer translation and rotation from optic flow and extra-retinal input. Journal of Vision. 10: 7
Saunders J, Niehorster D. (2010) A Bayesian ideal observer for perceiving heading and rotation from optic flow Journal of Vision. 9: 634-634
Li WO, Saunders JA, Li L. (2009) Recruitment of a novel cue for active control depends on control dynamics. Journal of Vision. 9: 9.1-11
Saunders JA, Backus BT. (2007) Both parallelism and orthogonality are used to perceive 3D slant of rectangles from 2D images. Journal of Vision. 7: 7
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