Ian P. Howard

Affiliations: 
York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Spatial vision, stereoscopic vision & eye movements
Website:
http://cvr.yorku.ca/webpages/howard.htm
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Bio:

(1927 - 2013)
http://health.blog.yorku.ca/2013/06/04/obituary-dr-ian-howard/
http://www.yorku.ca/gradbiol/faculty/profiles/ianp.html

Mean distance: 16.31 (cluster 23)
 
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Howard IP, Fujii Y, Allison RS. (2014) Interactions between cues to visual motion in depth. Journal of Vision. 14
Lugtigheid AJ, Wilcox LM, Allison RS, et al. (2014) Vergence eye movements are not essential for stereoscopic depth. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281: 20132118
Howard IP, Fujii Y, Allison RS, et al. (2014) Shape constancy measured by a canonical-shape method. Vision Research. 94: 33-40
Howard IP, Fukuda K, Allison RS. (2013) The dichoptiscope: an instrument for investigating cues to motion in depth. Journal of Vision. 13
Sakano Y, Allison RS, Howard IP. (2012) Motion aftereffect in depth based on binocular information. Journal of Vision. 12
Lugtigheid A, Wilcox L, Allison R, et al. (2012) Depth from diplopic stimuli without vergence eye movements Journal of Vision. 12: 451-451
Howard IP, Allison RS. (2011) Drawing with divergent perspective, ancient and modern. Perception. 40: 1017-33
Allison RS, Howard IP. (2011) Stereoscopic motion in depth Vision in 3d Environments. 163-186
Fukuda K, Howard IP, Allison RS. (2010) Contributions of vergence, looming, and relative disparity to the perception of motion in depth Journal of Vision. 9: 631-631
Daniels NT, Howard IP, Allison RS. (2010) Gain of cyclovergence as a function of stimulus location Journal of Vision. 8: 646-646
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