David Buckley
David Buckley
Verified email at sheffield.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Independent component analysis reveals atypical electroencephalographic activity during visual perception in individuals with autism
E Milne, A Scope, O Pascalis, D Buckley, S Makeig
Biological psychiatry 65 (1), 22-30, 2009
1232009
Interaction of stereo, texture and outline cues in the shape perception of three-dimensional ridges
D Buckley, JP Frisby
Vision research 33 (7), 919-933, 1993
1161993
Action video game players and deaf observers have larger Goldmann visual fields
D Buckley, C Codina, P Bhardwaj, O Pascalis
Vision research 50 (5), 548-556, 2010
1002010
Vision in children and adolescents with autistic spectrum disorder: Evidence for reduced convergence
E Milne, H Griffiths, D Buckley, A Scope
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39 (7), 965-975, 2009
522009
Visual advantage in deaf adults linked to retinal changes
C Codina, O Pascalis, C Mody, P Toomey, J Rose, L Gummer, D Buckley
PloS one 6 (6), e20417, 2011
492011
Depth cue reliance in surgeons and medical students
J Shah, D Buckley, J Frisby, A Darzi
Surgical Endoscopy and Other Interventional Techniques 17 (9), 1472-1474, 2003
482003
Deaf and hearing children: a comparison of peripheral vision development
C Codina, D Buckley, M Port, O Pascalis
Developmental science 14 (4), 725-737, 2011
422011
Robust and optimal use of information in stereo vision
J Porrill, JP Frisby, WJ Adams, D Buckley
Nature 397 (6714), 63, 1999
401999
Integration of stereo, texture, and outline cues during pinhole viewing of real ridge-shaped objects and stereograms of ridges
JP Frisby, D Buckley, JM Horsman
Perception 24 (2), 181-198, 1995
401995
Evidence for good recovery of lengths of real objects seen with natural stereo viewing
JP Frisby, D Buckley, PA Duke
Perception 25 (2), 129-154, 1996
371996
The role of 3-D surface slope in a lightness/brightness effect
KA Wishart, JP Frisby, D Buckley
Vision research 37 (4), 467-473, 1997
351997
Pooling of vertical disparities by the human visual system
W Adams, JP Frisby, D Buckley, J Gårding, SD Hippisley-Cox, J Porrill
Perception 25 (2), 165-176, 1996
351996
Does the human visual system implement an ideal observer theory of slant from texture?
D Buckley, JP Frisby, A Blake
Vision Research 36 (8), 1163-1176, 1996
321996
Lightness perception can be affected by surface curvature from stereopsis
D Buckley, JP Frisby, J Freeman
Perception 23 (8), 869-881, 1994
281994
Is stereopsis linked to hand-eye coordination?
S Joy, H Davis, D Buckley
British Orthoptic Journal, 38-41, 2001
272001
Integration of stereo and texture cues in the formation of discontinuities during three-dimensional surface interpolation
D Buckley, JP Frisby, JEW Mayhew
Perception 18 (5), 563-588, 1989
251989
Interaction of stereo and texture cues in the perception of three-dimensional steps
JP Frisby, D Buckley, KA Wishart, J Porrill, J Gårding, JEW Mayhew
Vision research 35 (10), 1463-1472, 1995
221995
Experiments on stereo and texture cue combination in human vision using quasi-natural viewing
JP Frisby, D Buckley, J Freeman
Artificial and biological visual systems. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1992
211992
The effect of binocular and monocular distractors on saccades in participants with normal binocular vision
H Griffiths, J Whittle, D Buckley
Vision Research 46 (1-2), 72-81, 2006
162006
Stereo and texture cue integration in the perception of planar and curved large real surfaces
JP Frisby, D Buckley, J Freeman, T Inui, JL McClelland
Attention and performance XVI: information and integration in perception and …, 1996
141996
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