Stephen Palmisano

University of Wollongong, Keiraville, New South Wales, Australia 
Vection, Self-motion Perception, Stereopsis
"Stephen Palmisano"
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Luu W, Zangerl B, Kalloniatis M, et al. (2021) Vision Impairment Provides New Insight Into Self-Motion Perception. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 62: 4
Chowdhury NS, Luu W, Palmisano S, et al. (2021) Spatial presence depends on 'coupling' between body sway and visual motion presented on head-mounted displays (HMDs). Applied Ergonomics. 92: 103355
Palmisano S, Nakamura S, Allison RS, et al. (2020) The stereoscopic advantage for vection persists despite reversed disparity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Palmisano S, Riecke BE. (2018) The search for instantaneous vection: An oscillating visual prime reduces vection onset latency. Plos One. 13: e0195886
Mursic RA, Riecke BE, Apthorp D, et al. (2017) The Shepard-Risset glissando: music that moves you. Experimental Brain Research
Palmisano S, Summersby S, Davies RG, et al. (2016) Stereoscopic advantages for vection induced by radial, circular, and spiral optic flows. Journal of Vision. 16: 7
Nakamura S, Palmisano S, Kim J. (2016) Relative Visual Oscillation Can Facilitate Visually Induced Self-Motion Perception. I-Perception. 7: 2041669516661903
Palmisano S, Hill H, Allison RS. (2016) The Nature and Timing of Tele-Pseudoscopic Experiences. I-Perception. 7: 2041669515625793
Kim J, Khuu S, Palmisano S. (2016) Vection depends on perceived surface properties. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Jimenez S, Hollands M, Palmisano S, et al. (2016) Age-related effects of increasing postural challenge on eye movement onset latencies to visual targets. Experimental Brain Research
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