Andrew M. Derrington

University of Kent, Canterbury, England, United Kingdom 
Visual system
"Andrew Derrington"
Mean distance: 15.34 (cluster 17)


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Horace Barlow grad student


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David R. Badcock collaborator
Alexander Easton collaborator 2001-2004 Nottingham
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Serrano-Pedraza I, Sierra-Vázquez V, Derrington AM. (2013) Power spectrum model of visual masking: simulations and empirical data. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 30: 1119-35
Serrano-Pedraza I, Gamonoso-Cruz MJ, Sierra-Vázquez V, et al. (2013) Comparing the effect of the interaction between fine and coarse scales and surround suppression on motion discrimination. Journal of Vision. 13
Serrano-Pedraza I, Gamonoso-Cruz M, Sierra-Vázquez V, et al. (2013) The size of antagonistic centre-surround motion mechanisms decreases with increasing spatial frequency Perception. 42: 20-20
Delicato LS, Serrano-Pedraza I, Suero M, et al. (2012) Two-dimensional pattern motion analysis uses local features. Vision Research. 62: 84-92
Vincent CJ, Gobet F, Parker A, et al. (2010) The L/M-opponent channel provides a distinct and time-dependent contribution towards visual recognition. Perception. 39: 1185-98
Serrano-Pedraza I, Derrington AM. (2010) Antagonism between fine and coarse motion sensors depends on stimulus size and contrast. Journal of Vision. 10: 18
Serrano-Pedraza I, Goddard P, Derrington AM. (2007) Evidence for reciprocal antagonism between motion sensors tuned to coarse and fine features. Journal of Vision. 7: 8.1-14
Hall CA, Cassaday HJ, Vincent CJ, et al. (2006) Cone excitation ratios correlate with color discrimination performance in the horse (Equus caballus). Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 120: 438-48
Barraclough N, Tinsley C, Webb B, et al. (2006) Processing of first-order motion in marmoset visual cortex is influenced by second-order motion. Visual Neuroscience. 23: 815-24
Delicato LS, Derrington AM. (2005) Coherent motion perception fails at low contrast. Vision Research. 45: 2310-20
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