Peter Thompson

University of York, York, England, United Kingdom 
Visual psychophysics
"Peter Thompson"

PhD Cambridge, Lecturer at U of York since about 1976,originator of the Thatcherised face illusion, and of teh Viperlib web library of vision teaching materials

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Keith A. May research assistant 1989-1992 York University (Neurotree)
Kevin R. Brooks research assistant 1995-1995 University of York
Andrew K. Dunn grad student (Neurotree)
Robert F Stone post-doc University of York (UK) (Neurotree)


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Brooks KR, Thompson P. (2016) Perceived Speed of Compound Stimuli Is Moderated by Component Contrast, Not Overall Pattern Contrast. I-Perception. 7: 2041669516674959
Krystallidou D, Thompson P. (2016) Cross-Modal Transfer of the Tilt Aftereffect From Vision to Touch. I-Perception. 7: 2041669516668888
Hassan O, Thompson P, Hammett ST. (2016) Perceived speed in peripheral vision can go up or down. Journal of Vision. 16: 20
Brooks KR, Morris T, Challinor KL, et al. (2013) Can MT models of speed perception account for the effects of stimulus complexity, contrast and spatial frequency on perceived speed? Clinical Eeg and Neuroscience. 44
Brooks KR, Morris T, Thompson P. (2011) Contrast and stimulus complexity moderate the relationship between spatial frequency and perceived speed: implications for MT models of speed perception. Journal of Vision. 11: 19
Thompson P. (2010) Reducing contrast really can speed up faster-moving stimuli Journal of Vision. 3: 400-400
Thompson P, Brooks K, Hammett ST. (2006) Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: implications for models of motion perception. Vision Research. 46: 782-6
Thompson P, Hammett S. (2004) Perceived speed in peripheral vision: it can go up as well as down Journal of Vision. 4: 83-83
Dunn A, Thompson P. (2002) Different illusory effect of the Judd illusion for perception and action after a temporal delay Journal of Vision. 2: 55a
Thompson P, Dunn A. (2001) Pointing at the Judd illusion Journal of Vision. 1: 255a
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