Andrew J Parker
Andrew J Parker
Professor of Neuroscience, Oxford University
Verified email at dpag.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Sense and the single neuron: probing the physiology of perception
AJ Parker, WT Newsome
Annual review of neuroscience 21 (1), 227-277, 1998
7731998
Responses of primary visual cortical neurons to binocular disparity without depth perception
BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Nature 389 (6648), 280-283, 1997
3841997
Perceptually bistable three-dimensional figures evoke high choice probabilities in cortical area MT
JV Dodd, K Krug, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (13), 4809-4821, 2001
2932001
Binocular depth perception and the cerebral cortex
AJ Parker
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 8 (5), 379-391, 2007
2872007
Human cortical activity correlates with stereoscopic depth perception
BT Backus, DJ Fleet, AJ Parker, DJ Heeger
Journal of Neurophysiology 86 (4), 2054-2068, 2001
2702001
Binocular neurons in V1 of awake monkeys are selective for absolute, not relative, disparity
BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (13), 5602-5618, 1999
2511999
Laminar organization and contrast sensitivity of direction-selective cells in the striate cortex of the Old World monkey
MJ Hawken, AJ Parker, JS Lund
Journal of Neuroscience 8 (10), 3541-3548, 1988
2161988
Spatial properties of neurons in the monkey striate cortex
MJ Hawken, AJ Parker
Proceedings of the Royal society of London. Series B. Biological sciences …, 1987
2051987
Quantitative analysis of the responses of V1 neurons to horizontal disparity in dynamic random-dot stereograms
SJD Prince, AD Pointon, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neurophysiology 87 (1), 191-208, 2002
1952002
A specialization for relative disparity in V2
OM Thomas, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Nature neuroscience 5 (5), 472-478, 2002
1942002
Integration of depth modules: Stereopsis and texture
EB Johnston, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Vision research 33 (5-6), 813-826, 1993
1801993
Range and mechanism of encoding of horizontal disparity in macaque V1
SJD Prince, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neurophysiology 87 (1), 209-221, 2002
1692002
Binocular mechanisms for detecting motion-in-depth
BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Vision research 34 (4), 483-495, 1994
1561994
Contrast sensitivity and orientation selectivity in lamina IV of the striate cortex of old world monkeys
MJ Hawken, AJ Parker
Experimental Brain Research 54 (2), 367-372, 1984
1491984
Local disparity not perceived depth is signaled by binocular neurons in cortical area V1 of the macaque
BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (12), 4758-4767, 2000
1322000
Capabilities of monkey cortical cells in spatial-resolution tasks
A Parker, M Hawken
JOSA A 2 (7), 1101-1114, 1985
1281985
Probing the human stereoscopic system with reverse correlation
P Neri, AJ Parker, C Blakemore
Nature 401 (6754), 695-698, 1999
1211999
Vertical disparities and perception of three-dimensional shape
BG Cumming, EB Johnston, AJ Parker
Nature 349 (6308), 411-413, 1991
1141991
The precision of single neuron responses in cortical area V1 during stereoscopic depth judgments
SJD Prince, AD Pointon, BG Cumming, AJ Parker
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (9), 3387-3400, 2000
1082000
Effects of different texture cues on curved surfaces viewed stereoscopically
BG Gumming, EB Johnston, AJ Parker
Vision research 33 (5-6), 827-838, 1993
1041993
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