William J. Harrison
William J. Harrison
Postdoctoral Fellow, Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Eye movement targets are released from visual crowding
WJ Harrison, JB Mattingley, RW Remington
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (7), 2927-2933, 2013
822013
Visual crowding at a distance during predictive remapping
WJ Harrison, JD Retell, RW Remington, JB Mattingley
Current Biology 23 (9), 793-798, 2013
412013
A unifying model of orientation crowding in peripheral vision
WJ Harrison, PJ Bex
Current Biology 25 (24), 3213-3219, 2015
402015
Frontal dynamic aphasia in progressive supranuclear palsy: distinguishing between generation and fluent sequencing of novel thoughts
GA Robinson, D Spooner, WJ Harrison
Neuropsychologia 77, 62-75, 2015
342015
Integrating retinotopic features in spatiotopic coordinates
WJ Harrison, PJ Bex
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (21), 7351-7360, 2014
252014
Pre-saccadic shifts of visual attention
WJ Harrison, JB Mattingley, RW Remington
PloS one 7 (9), e45670, 2012
202012
Visual working memory is independent of the cortical spacing between memoranda
WJ Harrison, PM Bays
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (12), 3116-3123, 2018
162018
Multisensory integration with a head-mounted display: Background visual motion and sound motion
WJ Harrison, MB Thompson, PM Sanderson
Human factors 52 (1), 78-91, 2010
152010
Visual crowding is a combination of an increase of positional uncertainty, source confusion, and featural averaging
WJ Harrison, PJ Bex
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
122017
Focus: Attention Science: The Role of Attention in Learning in the Digital Age
JM Lodge, WJ Harrison
The Yale journal of biology and medicine 92 (1), 21, 2019
102019
Monocular and binocular contributions to oculomotor plasticity
G Maiello, WJ Harrison, PJ Bex
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
72016
Reply to Pachai et al.
WJ Harrison, PJ Bex
Current Biology 26 (9), R353-R354, 2016
72016
Visual crowding is anisotropic along the horizontal meridian during smooth pursuit
WJ Harrison, RW Remington, JB Mattingley
Journal of Vision 14 (1), 21-21, 2014
72014
Attentional selection and illusory surface appearance
WJ Harrison, AJ Ayeni, PJ Bex
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
42019
Voluntary control of illusory contour formation
WJ Harrison, R Rideaux
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (5), 1522-1531, 2019
32019
Releasing crowding prior to a saccade requires more than “attention”: response to van Koningsbruggen and Buonocore
WJ Harrison, JB Mattingley, RW Remington
The Journal of Neuroscience 33 (28), 2013
32013
Border ownership-dependent tilt aftereffect for shape defined by binocular disparity and motion parallax
R Rideaux, WJ Harrison
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (5), 1917-1923, 2019
22019
Selective attention modulates surface filling-in
WJ Harrison, AJ Ayeni, PJ Bex
BioRxiv, 221150, 2018
22018
Wakefulness state modulates conscious access: Suppression of auditory detection in the transition to sleep
V Noreika, A Canales-Johnson, WJ Harrison, A Johnson, A Arnatkevičiūtė, ...
BioRxiv, 155705, 2017
22017
Perceptual consequences of elongated eyes
G Maiello, W Harrison, F Vera-Diaz, P Bex
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 111-111, 2015
22015
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20