William A. Simpson
William A. Simpson
School of Psychology, University of Liverpool
Verified email at liverpool.ac.uk
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The step method: A new adaptive psychophysical procedure
WA Simpson
Perception & Psychophysics 45 (6), 572-576, 1989
641989
Human optokinetic nystagmus is linked to the stereoscopic system
IP Howard, WA Simpson
Experimental Brain Research 78 (2), 309-314, 1989
591989
Optic flow and depth perception
WA Simpson
Spatial vision 7 (1), 35-75, 1993
551993
The role of time on task performance in modifying the effects of gum chewing on attention
L Tucha, W Simpson
Appetite 56 (2), 299-301, 2011
472011
Illusory percepts of moving patterns due to discrete temporal sampling
WA Simpson, U Shahani, V Manahilov
Neuroscience letters 375 (1), 23-27, 2005
442005
Depth discrimination from optic flow
WA Simpson
Perception 17 (4), 497-512, 1988
421988
The method of constant stimuli is efficient
WA Simpson
Perception & psychophysics 44 (5), 433-436, 1988
401988
Energy model for contrast detection: spatial-frequency and orientation selectivity in grating summation
V Manahilov, WA Simpson
Vision research 41 (12), 1547-1560, 2001
372001
Temporal summation of visual motion
WA Simpson
Vision research 34 (19), 2547-2559, 1994
331994
Temporal properties of the visual responses to luminance and contrast modulated noise
V Manahilov, J Calvert, WA Simpson
Vision research 43 (17), 1855-1867, 2003
322003
Detrimental effects of gum chewing on vigilance in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
L Tucha, W Simpson, L Evans, L Birrel, TA Sontag, KW Lange, O Tucha
Appetite 55 (3), 679-684, 2010
282010
One step ahead: The perceived kinematics of others’ actions are biased toward expected goals.
M Hudson, T Nicholson, WA Simpson, R Ellis, P Bach
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (1), 1, 2016
262016
Localization of hemodynamic responses to simple visual stimulation: an fNIRS study
S Wijeakumar, U Shahani, WA Simpson, DL McCulloch
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 53 (4), 2266-2273, 2012
252012
Coloured filters improve exclusion of perceptual noise in visually symptomatic dyslexics
N Northway, V Manahilov, W Simpson
Journal of Research in reading 33 (3), 223-230, 2010
252010
Spatial frequency channels derived from individual differences
WA Simpson, SM McFadden
Vision Research 45 (21), 2723-2727, 2005
252005
Sampling efficiency and internal noise for motion detection, discrimination, and summation
WA Simpson, HK Falkenberg, V Manahilov
Vision Research 43 (20), 2125-2132, 2003
232003
Energy model for contrast detection: spatiotemporal characteristics of threshold vision
V Manahilov, W Simpson
Biological cybernetics 81 (1), 61-71, 1999
221999
Spatial summation of peripheral Gabor patches
V Manahilov, WA Simpson, DL McCulloch
JOSA A 18 (2), 273-282, 2001
212001
Two eyes: 2 better than one?
WA Simpson, V Manahilov, U Shahani
Acta psychologica 131 (2), 93-98, 2009
162009
Why is second-order vision less efficient than first-order vision?
V Manahilov, WA Simpson, J Calvert
Vision Research 45 (21), 2759-2772, 2005
152005
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