Mark Edwards
Mark Edwards
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Dual multiple-scale processing for motion in the human visual system
S Nishida, T Ledgeway, M Edwards
Vision research 37 (19), 2685-2698, 1997
1711997
The Cambridge Car Memory Test: A task matched in format to the Cambridge Face Memory Test, with norms, reliability, sex differences, dissociations from face memory, and …
HW Dennett, E McKone, R Tavashmi, A Hall, M Pidcock, M Edwards, ...
Behavior research methods 44 (2), 587-605, 2012
1662012
Asymmetries in the sensitivity to motion in depth: A centripetal bias
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Perception 22 (9), 1013-1023, 1993
1461993
Aftereffects for face attributes with different natural variability: adapter position effects and neural models.
R Robbins, E McKone, M Edwards
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (3), 570, 2007
1212007
Global motion perception: Interaction of the ON and OFF pathways
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Vision research 34 (21), 2849-2858, 1994
1201994
Global motion perception: No interaction between the first-and second-order motion pathways
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Vision research 35 (18), 2589-2602, 1995
1041995
Adaptive pooling of visual motion signals by the human visual system revealed with a novel multi-element stimulus
K Amano, M Edwards, DR Badcock, S Nishida
Journal of Vision 9 (3), 4-4, 2009
892009
Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability
HW Dennett, E McKone, M Edwards, T Susilo
Psychological science 23 (11), 1279-1287, 2012
732012
Global-motion perception: Interaction of chromatic and luminance signals
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Vision Research 36 (16), 2423-2431, 1996
701996
Independent speed-tuned global-motion systems
M Edwards, DR Badcock, AT Smith
Vision research 38 (11), 1573-1580, 1998
691998
Contrast sensitivity of the motion system
M EDWARDS, DR BADCOCK, SYA NISHIDA
Vision research 36 (16), 2411-2421, 1996
651996
What shape are the neural response functions underlying opponent coding in face space? A psychophysical investigation
T Susilo, E McKone, M Edwards
Vision research 50 (3), 300-314, 2010
592010
Solving the upside-down puzzle: Why do upright and inverted face aftereffects look alike?
T Susilo, E McKone, M Edwards
Journal of vision 10 (13), 1-1, 2010
562010
Motion streaks improve motion detection
M Edwards, MF Crane
Vision research 47 (6), 828-833, 2007
562007
Spatial-frequency and contrast tuning of the transient-stereopsis system
CM Schor, M Edwards, DR Pope
Vision research 38 (20), 3057-3068, 1998
521998
The perception of motion transparency: A signal-to-noise limit
M Edwards, JA Greenwood
Vision research 45 (14), 1877-1884, 2005
482005
Global-motion detection with transparent-motion signals
M Edwards, S Nishida
Vision Research 39 (13), 2239-2249, 1999
451999
Relative sensitivities to large-field optic-flow patterns varying in direction and speed
M Edwards, MR Ibbotson
Perception 36 (1), 113-124, 2007
402007
Extraction of depth from opposite-contrast stimuli: transient system can, sustained system can’t
DR Pope, M Edwards, CS Schor
Vision Research 39 (24), 4010-4017, 1999
341999
Simultaneous motion contrast across space: involvement of second-order motion?
S Nishida, M Edwards, T Sato
Vision research 37 (2), 199-214, 1997
341997
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