Kirsten L Challinor
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Body size and shape misperception and visual adaptation: an overview of an emerging research paradigm
KL Challinor, J Mond, ID Stephen, D Mitchison, RJ Stevenson, P Hay, ...
Journal of International Medical Research 45 (6), 2001-2008, 2017
Attribution of blame of crash causation across varying levels of vehicle automation
JM Bennett, KL Challinor, O Modesto, P Prabhakharan
Safety Science 132, 104968, 2020
A motion-energy model predicts the direction discrimination and MAE duration of two-stroke apparent motion at high and low retinal illuminance
KL Challinor, G Mather
Vision research 50 (12), 1109-1116, 2010
Looking at the figures: visual adaptation as a mechanism for body-size and-shape misperception
KR Brooks, J Mond, D Mitchison, RJ Stevenson, KL Challinor, ID Stephen
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (1), 133-149, 2020
Suppression pathways saturate with contrast for parallel surrounds but not for superimposed cross-oriented masks
TS Meese, KL Challinor, RJ Summers, DH Baker
Vision Research 49 (24), 2927-2935, 2009
A common contrast pooling rule for suppression within and between the eyes
TS Meese, KL Challinor, RJ Summers
Visual Neuroscience 25 (4), 585-601, 2008
Attitudes and barriers to evidence-based practice in optometry educators
CM Suttle, KL Challinor, RE Thompson, K Pesudovs, L Togher, ...
Optometry and Vision Science 92 (4), 514-523, 2015
Psychophysical properties of two-stroke apparent motion
G Mather, KL Challinor
Journal of Vision 9 (1), 28-28, 2009
Remote facilitation in the Fourier domain
TS Meese, DJ Holmes, KL Challinor
Vision Research 47 (8), 1112-1119, 2007
The influence of cast shadows on the detection of three-dimensional curved contour structure
SK Khuu, VJ Honson, KL Challinor
Perception 45 (4), 425-442, 2016
Attention all ‘drivers’: You could be to blame, no matter your behaviour or the level of vehicle automation
MEL Wotton, JM Bennett, O Modesto, KL Challinor, P Prabhakharan
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 87, 219-235, 2022
Looking at the R
KR Brooks, J Mond, D Mitchison, RJ Stevenson, KL Challinor, ID Stephen
Soc. Open Sci 9, 211718, 2020
A two-stage process for masking: Linear suppression is more broadly tuned than super-suppression
KL Challinor, TS Meese, DJ Holmes
Perception 37 (2), 313-313, 2008
Surround suppression saturates, cross-orientation suppression does not
KL Challinor, TS Meese, RJ Summers
Perception 36, 38-38, 2007
Survey of Australian primary eyecare management of choroidal naevus patients
TM Trang, E Tang, K Challinor, I Jalbert, M Madigan, RM Conway
Statistics–What do optometrists need to learn and understand?
SM Alkhawajah, K Wei, J Lee, K Challinor, I Jalbert
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 5108-5108, 2020
The effect of temporal duration on the integration of local motion in the discrimination of global speed, in the absence of visual awareness
CY Chung, S Khuu, K Challinor
PERCEPTION 45, 242-242, 2016
Can MT models of speed perception account for the effects of stimulus complexity, contrast and spatial frequency on perceived speed?
KR Brooks, T Morris, KL Challinor, P Thompson
Clinical EEG and neuroscience 44 (1), 87, 2013
A map of perceived speed at low-and high-contrast across the spatiotemporal frequency surface
KR Brooks, KL Challinor
i-Perception 3 (4), 248-248, 2012
Perceived speed and uncertainty: can a Bayesian model of speed perception account for the effects of contrast?
K Brooks, K Challinor
Perception 41 (S1), 221-221, 2012
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