Jordi M Asher
Jordi M Asher
University of Essex
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First-and second-order contributions to depth perception in anti-correlated random dot stereograms
JM Asher, PB Hibbard
Scientific reports 8 (1), 14120, 2018
Typical Lateral Interactions, but Increased Contrast Sensitivity, in Migraine-With-Aura
JM Asher, L O’Hare, VR Romei, H Paul B
Vision 2 (1), 7, 2018
Migraine visual aura and cortical spreading depression—linking mathematical models to empirical evidence
L O’Hare, JM Asher, PB Hibbard
Vision 5 (2), 30, 2021
No effect of feedback, level of processing or stimulus presentation protocol on perceptual learning when easy and difficult trials are interleaved
JM Asher, PB Hibbard
Vision Research 176, 100-117, 2020
Spatial frequency tuning and transfer of perceptual learning for motion coherence reflects the tuning properties of global motion processing
JM Asher, V Romei, PB Hibbard
Vision 3 (3), 44, 2019
Saccadic eye movements are deployed faster for salient facial stimuli, but are relatively indifferent to their emotional content
ALM Webb, JM Asher, PB Hibbard
Vision Research 198, 108054, 2022
Visual Field Loss: Integrating Overlayed Information to Increase the Effective Field of View
JM Asher, PB Hibbard
Vision 6 (4), 67, 2022
Robust natural depth for anticorrelated random dot stereogram for edge stimuli, but minimal reversed depth for embedded circular stimuli, irrespective of eccentricity
PB Hibbard, JM Asher
Plos one 17 (9), e0274566, 2022
No Evidence of Reduced Contrast Sensitivity in Migraine-with-Aura for Large, Narrowband, Centrally Presented Noise-Masked Stimuli
JM Asher, L O’Hare, PB Hibbard
Vision 5 (2), 32, 2021
Spatial frequency tuning of perceptual learning and transfer in global motion
JM Asher, V Romei, PB Hibbard
bioRxiv, 372458, 2018
Visual assistance
JM Asher, PB Hibbard
US Patent App. 18/002,936, 2023
Population models of binocular disparity tuning predict the direction of perceived depth in correlated and anticorrelated random dot stereograms
P Hibbard, J Asher
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5254-5254, 2023
The effects of lighting direction and rotation on the perceived 3D shape of faces
J Asher, A Webb, P Hibbard
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5379-5379, 2023
Excitation-Inhibition Imbalance in Migraine: From Neurotransmitters to Brain Oscillations
L O’Hare, L Tarasi, JM Asher, PB Hibbard, V Romei
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 24 (12), 10093, 2023
The role of non-physical disparities in understanding binocular depth perception
PB Hibbard, J Asher
PERCEPTION 52 (5), 352-353, 2023
sychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts Immersive-360 theatre: user experience in the virtual auditorium and platform efficacy for current and underserved audiences
A Webb, P Hibbard, J Dawson, L van Dam, JM Asher, LK Parker
PsyArXiv, 2023
Binocular Information Improves the Reliability and Consistency of Pictorial Relief
PB Hibbard, RL Hornsey, JM Asher
Vision 7 (1), 1, 2022
Augmenting reality for visual field loss: integrating overlayed information to increase the field of view, a pilot study
JM Asher, G Vigh, PB Hibbard
PERCEPTION 50 (1_ SUPPL), 149-149, 2021
Reliable depth perception in the absence of awareness for peripherally viewed anticorrelated stereograms
J Asher, P Hibbard
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1745-1745, 2020
Confidence and feedback in visual perceptual learning
JM Asher
University of Essex, 2019
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