Gunnar Schmidtmann, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2008-2013 Department of Vision Science Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 
 2013-2017 Department of Ophthalmology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
 2017- School of Health Professions Plymouth University, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual Psychophysics, Shape - Contour Perception, Object recognition, Face recognition
Website:
http://www.gunnar-schmidtmann.com
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Barhoom H, Joshi MR, Schmidtmann G. (2021) The effect of response biases on resolution thresholds of Sloan letters in central and paracentral vision. Vision Research. 187: 110-119
Schmidtmann G, Jennings BJ, Sandra DA, et al. (2020) The McGill Face Database: Validation and Insights Into the Recognition of Facial Expressions of Complex Mental States. Perception. 301006620901671
Jennings BJ, Schmidtmann G, Wehbé F, et al. (2019) Detection of distortions in images of natural scenes in mild traumatic brain injury patients. Vision Research
Jennings BJ, Schmidtmann G, Wehbé F, et al. (2019) Detection of distortions in images of natural scenes in mild traumatic brain injury patients. Vision Research. 161: 12-17
Schmidtmann G, Kingdom FAA, Loffler G. (2019) The processing of compound radial frequency patterns. Vision Research
Schmidtmann G, Fruend I. (2019) Radial frequency patterns describe a small and perceptually distinct subset of all possible planar shapes. Vision Research. 154: 122–130
Schmidtmann G, Fruend I. (2018) Radial frequency patterns describe a small and perceptually distinct subset of all possible planar shapes. Vision Research. 154: 122-130
Schmidtmann G, Ruiz T, Reynaud A, et al. (2017) Sensitivity to Binocular Disparity is Reduced by Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 58: 2630-2635
Schmidtmann G, Kingdom FAA. (2017) Nothing more than a pair of curvatures: A common mechanism for the detection of both radial and non-radial frequency patterns. Vision Research. 134: 18-25
Schmidtmann G, Desjardins A, Kingdom F. (2017) RF shape channels: The processing of compound Radial Frequency patterns. Journal of Vision. 17: 1255-1255
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