Mark Georgeson
Mark Georgeson
Hon. Professor of Vision Sciences, Aston University, UK
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TitleCited byYear
Visual perception: Physiology, psychology, & ecology
V Bruce, PR Green, MA Georgeson
Psychology Press, 2003
17762003
Contrast constancy: deblurring in human vision by spatial frequency channels.
MA Georgeson, GD Sullivan
The Journal of Physiology 252 (3), 627-656, 1975
5771975
Lateral inhibition between orientation detectors in the human visual system
C Blakemore, RHS Carpenter, MA Georgeson
Nature 228 (5266), 37, 1970
5601970
Neural adjustments to image blur
MA Webster, MA Georgeson, SM Webster
Nature neuroscience 5 (9), 839, 2002
2672002
Spatio-temporal vision of macaques with severe loss of Pβ retinal ganglion cells
WH Merigan, TA Eskin
Vision Research 26 (11), 1751-1761, 1986
2331986
Binocular contrast vision at and above threshold
TS Meese, MA Georgeson, DH Baker
Journal of vision 6 (11), 7-7, 2006
2062006
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
1451999
The time course of adaptation to spatial contrast
MW Greenlee, MA Georgeson, S Magnussen, JP Harris
Vision research 31 (2), 223-236, 1991
1351991
Temporal properties of spatial contrast vision
MA Georgeson
Vision research 27 (5), 765-780, 1987
1121987
The effect of spatial adaptation on perceived contrast.
MA Georgeson
Spatial vision 1 (2), 103-112, 1985
1031985
Does early non-linearity account for second-order motion?
NE Scott-Samuel, MA Georgeson
Vision research 39 (17), 2853-2865, 1999
951999
Spatial selectivity of contrast adaptation: Models and data
MA Georgeson, MG Harris
Vision research 24 (7), 729-741, 1984
901984
Facilitation and masking of briefly presented gratings: Time-course and contrast dependence
MA Georgeson, JM Georgeson
Vision Research 27 (3), 369-379, 1987
891987
Monocular motion sensing, binocular motion perception
MA Georgeson, TM Shackleton
Vision Research 29 (11), 1511-1523, 1989
801989
Sensitivity to contrast modulation: The spatial frequency dependence of second-order vision
AJ Schofield, MA Georgeson
Vision research 43 (3), 243-259, 2003
762003
Channels for spatial frequency selection and the detection of single bars by the human visual system
GD Sullivan, MA Georgeson, K Oatley
Vision Research 12 (3), 383-394, 1972
761972
From filters to features: Scale–space analysis of edge and blur coding in human vision
MA Georgeson, KA May, TCA Freeman, GS Hesse
Journal of vision 7 (13), 7-7, 2007
732007
Spatial frequency analsis in early visual processing
MA Georgeson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1980
731980
Spatial frequency selectivity of a visual tilt illusion
MA Georgeson
Nature 245 (5419), 43, 1973
721973
Binocular interaction: Contrast matching and contrast discrimination are predicted by the same model
DH Baker, TS Meese, MA Georgeson
Spatial Vision, 397-413, 2007
682007
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