Andrew Schofield
Andrew Schofield
Reader, Psychology, Aston University, Birmingham UK
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TitleCited byYear
Sensitivity to modulations of luminance and contrast in visual white noise: Separate mechanisms with similar behaviour
AJ Schofield, MA Georgeson
Vision Research 39 (16), 2697-2716, 1999
1441999
Sensitivity to contrast modulation: The spatial frequency dependence of second-order vision
AJ Schofield, MA Georgeson
Vision Research 43 (3), 243-259, 2003
762003
What does second-order vision see in an image?
AJ Schofield
Perception 29 (9), 1071-1086, 2000
712000
A system for counting people in video images using neural networks to identify the background scene
AJ Schofield, PA Mehta, TJ Stonham
Pattern Recognition 29 (8), 1421-1428, 1996
711996
Correlation-based intrinsic image extraction from a single image
X Jiang, AJ Schofield, JL Wyatt
European Conference on Computer Vision, 58-71, 2010
462010
A tale of two agnosias: Distinctions between form and integrative agnosia
MJ Riddoch, GW Humphreys, N Akhtar, H Allen, RM Bracewell, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 25 (1), 56-92, 2008
422008
The temporal properties of first-and second-order vision
AJ Schofield, MA Georgeson
Vision Research 40 (18), 2475-2487, 2000
392000
Local luminance amplitude modulates the interpretation of shape-from-shading in textured surfaces
AJ Schofield, G Hesse, PB Rock, MA Georgeson
Vision research 46 (20), 3462-3482, 2006
332006
Shading and texture: separate information channels with a common adaptation mechanism?
MA Georgeson, AJ Schofield
Spatial Vision 16 (1), 59-76, 2002
332002
Automated people counting to aid lift control
AJ Schofield, TJ Stonham, PA Mehta
Automation in Construction 6 (5-6), 437-445, 1997
331997
What is second-order vision for? Discriminating illumination versus material changes
AJ Schofield, PB Rock, P Sun, X Jiang, MA Georgeson
Journal of Vision 10 (9), 2, 2010
282010
Asymmetric transfer of the dynamic motion aftereffect between first-and second-order cues and among different second-order cues
AJ Schofield, T Ledgeway, CV Hutchinson
Journal of Vision 7 (8:1), 1-12, 2007
252007
Sun and sky: Does human vision assume a mixture of point and diffuse illumination when interpreting shape-from-shading?
AJ Schofield, PB Rock, MA Georgeson
Vision research 51 (21), 2317-2330, 2011
232011
Perceptual integration for qualitatively different 3-d cues in the human brain
D Dövencioğlu, H Ban, AJ Schofield, AE Welchman
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (9), 1527-1541, 2013
222013
Two operational modes in the perception of shape from shading revealed by the effects of edge information in slant settings
P Sun, AJ Schofield
Journal of vision 12 (1), 12, 2012
192012
Effects of spatial frequency bands on perceptual decision: It is not the stimuli but the comparison
P Rotshtein, A Schofield, MJ Funes, GW Humphreys
Journal of vision 10 (10:25), 1-20, 2010
182010
Shadow Detection based on Colour Segmentation and Estimated Illumination
J Xiaoyue, AJ Schofield, JL Wyatt
Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 2011, 87.1-87.11, 2011
16*2011
Shadow Detection based on Colour Segmentation and Estimated Illumination.
X Jiang, AJ Schofield, JL Wyatt
BMVC, 1-11, 2011
162011
Transfer of tilt after-effects between second-order cues
AG Cruickshank, AJ Schofield
Spatial vision 18 (4), 379-397, 2005
142005
Depth propagation and surface construction in 3-D vision
MA Georgeson, TA Yates, AJ Schofield
Vision research 49 (1), 84-95, 2009
132009
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