David R. Badcock

Psychology University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
visual psychophysics
"David Badcock"
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William J. Lovegrove grad student 1979-1980 University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
 (Honours Supervisor)
G. Bruce Henning grad student 1980-1983 Oxford (Neurotree)
 (D.Phil Supervisor)
Gerald Westheimer post-doc UC Berkeley


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Johanna Badcock collaborator University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
Andrew M. Derrington collaborator (Neurotree)
Robert F. Hess collaborator McGill (Neurotree)
Murray Thomas Maybery collaborator University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
Paul McGraw collaborator The University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
Shin'ya Nishida collaborator ANU
Clifton M. Schor collaborator UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Francis E. Wilkinson collaborator The University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
Hugh R. Wilson collaborator The University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
Algis Jonas Vingrys collaborator 1988-2015 University of Western Australia (Neurotree)
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Bellagarda CA, Dickinson JE, Bell J, et al. (2023) Selectivity for local orientation information in visual mirror symmetry perception. Vision Research. 207: 108207
Bellagarda CA, Dickinson JE, Bell J, et al. (2023) Contribution of higher-order structure to perception of mirror symmetry: Role of shapes and corners. Journal of Vision. 23: 4
Falconbridge M, Hewitt K, Haille J, et al. (2022) The induced motion effect is a high-level visual phenomenon: Psychophysical evidence. I-Perception. 13: 20416695221118111
Falconbridge M, Falconbridge P, Badcock DR. (2022) Controlled Rotation of Human Observers in a Virtual Reality Environment. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Brooks CJ, Chan YM, Fielding J, et al. (2021) Visual contrast perception in visual snow syndrome reveals abnormal neural gain but not neural noise. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Dickinson JE, Tan KWS, Badcock DR. (2021) Analysis of shape uses local apparent position rather than physical position. Journal of Vision. 21: 5
Bellagarda CA, Dickinson JE, Bell J, et al. (2021) The temporal integration windows for visual mirror symmetry. Vision Research. 188: 184-192
Edwards M, Goodhew SC, Badcock DR. (2021) Using perceptual tasks to selectively measure magnocellular and parvocellular performance: Rationale and a user's guide. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Phillips DJ, McDougall TJ, Dickinson JE, et al. (2020) Motion direction tuning in centre-surround suppression of contrast. Vision Research. 179: 85-93
Wong VSY, Dickinson JE, Badcock DR. (2019) Shape partitioning interacts with global shape integration. Vision Research. 166: 20-32
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