3D Perception: Depth cue integration, neural mechanisms

Poster Session: Saturday, May 18, 2024, 2:45 – 6:45 pm, Pavilion

Poster Title

First Author

Functional depth vision of one-eyed individuals is no better than binocular individuals made transiently monocular

Devi, Preetirupa

Contributions of absolute binocular disparity, motion parallax and angular declination to absolute target localization

Bai, Lingling

Stereomotion Scotomas: An impairment of velocity-based mechanisms revealed by variation of stimulus speed

Dogar, Amna

The effect of short-term monocular deprivation on 3-D shape perception

Wang, Yizhi

Oculomotor control in fine shape and stereo judgements during natural head movements

Cox, Michele A.

The effect of reflectance, depth gain, and scene complexity on perceived depth

Hornsey, Rebecca

Involvement of cerebellar vermis in the perception of depth from motion explored with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Johnson, Emily

Binocular depth information modulates object-selective activation in high-level visual cortex

Ahsan, Tasfia

Discrimination thresholds reflect task-related, cognitive processes rather than cue uncertainty in depth perception

Kemp, Jovan

Involvement of cortical area MT in the perception of depth from motion explored with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Corbett, Shane

Natural size-distance scaling reduces, but does not eliminate, depth matching errors from conflicting occlusion and stereopsis

Au, Domenic

Slant discrimination performance follows patterns predicted by binocular viewing geometry

Shields, Stephanie M

Reversed Depth Illusion in Random-dot Stereograms Becomes More Visible When the Stereograms Are More Dynamic in Both Central and Peripheral Vision

Zhaoping, Li

Quantifying the mechanisms for the role of visual context on orientation judgments

Brannon, Ernestine