Ryan Thomas Maloney
Ryan Thomas Maloney
Senior data analyst, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Verified email at racs.org
TitleCited byYear
Orientation anisotropies in human primary visual cortex depend on contrast
RT Maloney, CWG Clifford
Neuroimage 119, 129-145, 2015
192015
Things are looking up: Differential decline in face recognition following pitch and yaw rotation
SK Favelle, S Palmisano, RT Maloney
Perception 36 (9), 1334-1352, 2007
152007
Human cortical and behavioral sensitivity to patterns of complex motion at eccentricity
RT Maloney, TL Watson, CWG Clifford
Journal of Neurophysiology 110 (11), 2545-2556, 2013
132013
Determinants of motion response anisotropies in human early visual cortex: The role of configuration and eccentricity
RT Maloney, TL Watson, CWG Clifford
NeuroImage 100, 564-579, 2014
122014
The basis of orientation decoding in human primary visual cortex: fine-or coarse-scale biases?
RT Maloney
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (1), 1-3, 2015
82015
Information processing bottlenecks in macaque posterior parietal cortex: an attentional blink?
RT Maloney, J Jayakumar, EV Levichkina, IN Pigarev, TR Vidyasagar
Experimental brain research 228 (3), 365-376, 2013
62013
Mapping the temporal and neural properties of binocular mechanisms for motion-in-depth perception
RT Maloney, M Kaestner, J Ansell, M Bloj, J Harris, A Wade
Perception 45, 201-201, 2016
42016
Motion-defined surface segregation in human visual cortex
GJ Vigano, RT Maloney, CWG Clifford
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (11), 2479-2489, 2014
42014
Determinants of the direction illusion: Motion speed and dichoptic presentation interact to reveal systematic individual differences in sign
TT Chen, RT Maloney, CWG Clifford
Journal of vision 14 (8), 14-14, 2014
42014
Asymmetries between achromatic and chromatic extraction of 3D motion signals
M Kaestner, RT Maloney, KH Wailes-Newson, M Bloj, JM Harris, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (27), 13631-13640, 2019
32019
Sensitivity to velocity-and disparity-based cues to motion-in-depth with and without spared stereopsis in binocular visual impairment
RT Maloney, M Kaestner, A Bruce, M Bloj, JM Harris, AR Wade
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 59 (11), 4375-4383, 2018
32018
Transparent surface segregation enables visual feature binding in rapidly alternating displays
GJ Vigano, RT Maloney, CWG Clifford
Journal of vision 15 (9), 14-14, 2015
32015
Colour misbinding during motion rivalry
RT Maloney, SK Lam, CWG Clifford
Biology letters 9 (1), 20120899, 2013
22013
A neuroscientific approach to exploring fundamental questions in VR
A Wade, C McCall, T Karapanagiotidis, G Schofield, C Preston, T Hartley, ...
Electronic Imaging 2018 (3), 435-1-435-6, 2018
12018
Probing the Characteristics of Colour–Motion Binding and Its Dependence on Persistent Surface Segregation
GJ Vigano, RT Maloney, CWG Clifford
Perception 46 (9), 1027-1047, 2017
12017
Monetary feedback modulates performance and electrophysiological indices of belief updating in reward learning
D Bennett, K Sasmita, RT Maloney, C Murawski, S Bode
Psychophysiology 56 (10), e13431, 2019
2019
Decoding neural responses to motion-in-depth using EEG
MM Himmelberg, FG Segala, RT Maloney, AR Wade
bioRxiv, 661991, 2019
2019
Decoding the neuronal correlates of motion-in-depth from EEG
MM Himmelberg, FG Segala, RT Maloney, AR Wade
bioRxiv, 661991, 2019
2019
Directional Limits on Motion Transparency Assessed Through Colour-Motion Binding
RT Maloney, CWG Clifford, I Mareschal
Perception 47 (3), 254-275, 2018
2018
Attentional state modulates responses to motion-in-depth stimuli across striate and extrastriate visual areas
M Kaestner, RT Maloney, M Bloj, JM Harris, AR Wade
Journal of Vision 17 (15), 16-16, 2017
2017
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