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Aaron Paul Johnson
Aaron Paul Johnson
Dept. Psychology, Concordia University
Verified email at concordia.ca - Homepage
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Exploring the use of smartphones and tablets among people with visual impairments: Are mainstream devices replacing the use of traditional visual aids?
N Martiniello, W Eisenbarth, C Lehane, A Johnson, W Wittich
Assistive Technology 34 (1), 34-45, 2022
972022
First-and second-order information in natural images: a filter-based approach to image statistics
AP Johnson, CL Baker
JOSA A 21 (6), 913-925, 2004
732004
Assessment of the Apple iPad as a low-vision reading aid
E Morrice, AP Johnson, JA Marinier, W Wittich
Eye 31 (6), 865-871, 2017
652017
Spatiochromatic statistics of natural scenes: first-and second-order information and their correlational structure
AP Johnson, CL Baker
JOSA A 22 (10), 2050-2059, 2005
502005
Impairing the useful field of view in natural scenes: Tunnel vision versus general interference
RV Ringer, Z Throneburg, AP Johnson, AF Kramer, LC Loschky
Journal of Vision 16 (2), 7-7, 2016
482016
From spatial frequency contrast to edge preponderance: the differential modulation of early visual evoked potentials by natural scene stimuli
BC Hansen, T Jacques, AP Johnson, D Ellemberg
Visual neuroscience 28 (3), 221-237, 2011
472011
Different spatial frequency bands selectively signal for natural image statistics in the early visual system
BC Hansen, AP Johnson, D Ellemberg
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (8), 2160-2172, 2012
452012
Measuring the useful field of view during simulated driving with gaze-contingent displays
JG Gaspar, N Ward, MB Neider, J Crowell, R Carbonari, H Kaczmarski, ...
Human factors 58 (4), 630-641, 2016
442016
Individuals with dyslexia use a different visual sampling strategy to read text
L Franzen, Z Stark, AP Johnson
Scientific reports 11 (1), 6449, 2021
432021
Effectiveness of the Apple iPad as a Spot-reading Magnifier
W Wittich, J Jarry, E Morrice, A Johnson
Optometry and Vision Science 95 (9), 704, 2018
392018
The direction-selective contrast response of area 18 neurons is different for first-and second-order motion
T Ledgeway, Z CHANG'AN, AP Johnson, Y Song, CL Baker
Visual neuroscience 22 (1), 87-99, 2005
352005
Usability of assistive listening devices by older adults with low vision
W Wittich, K Southall, A Johnson
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 11 (7), 564-571, 2016
312016
The developing visual system is not optimally sensitive to the spatial statistics of natural images
D Ellemberg, BC Hansen, A Johnson
Vision Research 67, 1-7, 2012
292012
Music predictability and liking enhance pupil dilation and promote motor learning in non-musicians
R Bianco, BP Gold, AP Johnson, VB Penhune
Scientific reports 9 (1), 17060, 2019
222019
The effects of tDCS across the spatial frequencies and orientations that comprise the contrast sensitivity function
B Richard, AP Johnson, B Thompson, BC Hansen
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1784, 2015
212015
Blur detection is unaffected by cognitive load
LC Loschky, RV Ringer, AP Johnson, AM Larson, M Neider, AF Kramer
Visual cognition 22 (3-4), 522-547, 2014
212014
Computer-aided studies of vision in crabs
WJ Barnes, A Johnson, G Horseman, M Macauley
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 35 (1-2), 37-56, 2002
212002
Attention to local and global levels of hierarchical Navon figures affects rapid scene categorization
J Brand, AP Johnson
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1274, 2014
192014
Repetitive visual cortex transcranial random noise stimulation in adults with amblyopia
R Donkor, AE Silva, C Teske, M Wallis-Duffy, AP Johnson, B Thompson
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 3029, 2021
182021
Effects of magnification on emotion perception in patients with age-related macular degeneration
AP Johnson, H Woods-Fry, W Wittich
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 58 (5), 2520-2526, 2017
182017
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