Stuart Wallis
Stuart Wallis
Research Fellow, Aston University
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TitleCited byYear
Contextual modulation involves suppression and facilitation from the center and the surround
TS Meese, RJ Summers, DJ Holmes, SA Wallis
Journal of vision 7 (4), 7-7, 2007
522007
The slope of the psychometric function and non-stationarity of thresholds in spatiotemporal contrast vision
SA Wallis, DH Baker, TS Meese, MA Georgeson
Vision research 76, 1-10, 2013
262013
Nonlinearities in the binocular combination of luminance and contrast
DH Baker, SA Wallis, MA Georgeson, TS Meese
Vision Research 56, 1-9, 2012
212012
Transition from community dwelling to retirement village in older adults: cognitive functioning and psychological health outcomes
C Holland, A Boukouvalas, S Wallis, D Clarkesmith, R Cooke, L Liddell, ...
Ageing & Society 37 (7), 1499-1526, 2017
162017
Contrast and lustre: A model that accounts for eleven different forms of contrast discrimination in binocular vision
MA Georgeson, SA Wallis, TS Meese, DH Baker
Vision Research 129, 98-118, 2016
162016
The effect of interocular phase difference on perceived contrast
DH Baker, SA Wallis, MA Georgeson, TS Meese
PLoS One 7 (4), e34696, 2012
162012
Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia for blurred edges
MA Georgeson, SA Wallis
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 34 (2), 163-185, 2014
142014
Mach bands and multiscale models of spatial vision: the role of first, second, and third derivative operators in encoding bars and edges
SA Wallis, MA Georgeson
Journal of vision 12 (13), 18-18, 2012
122012
Collaborative Research between Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA) and the ExtraCare Charitable Trust
C Holland, M Carter, R Cooke, G Leask, R Powell, R Shaw, K West, ...
The Final Report. Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing. Available online …, 2015
92015
Mach edges: Local features predicted by 3rd derivative spatial filtering
SA Wallis, MA Georgeson
Vision research 49 (14), 1886-1893, 2009
92009
Seeing light vs dark lines: Psychophysical performance is based on separate channels, limited by noise and uncertainty
S Wallis, MA Georgeson, P Mehta
22008
What is binocular fusion?
S Wallis, M Georgeson
i-Perception 3 (4), 220-220, 2012
12012
Cross-orientation suppression is not scale invariant in space or time
TS Meese, DJ Holmes, RJ Summers, SA Wallis
Perception 35 (3), 417-418, 2006
12006
Depth Cues for Perception of Distance: A Virtual Walk in a Pictorial Park
TS Meese, SA Wallis
PERCEPTION 48, 54-54, 2019
2019
Word Mode: a crowding-free reading protocol for individuals with macular disease
S Wallis, Y Yang, SJ Anderson
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1241, 2018
2018
Binocular summation, binocular fusion and the transition to diplopia
M Georgeson, S Wallis
PERCEPTION 44, 319-319, 2015
2015
Binocular summation: what is the fate of monocular signals?
M Georgeson, T Meese, D Baker, S Wallis
PERCEPTION 43 (10), 1117-1117, 2014
2014
Mach bands and models of spatial vision: the role of 1st, 2nd and 3rd derivative operators in encoding edges and bars
M Georgeson, S Wallis
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 319-319, 2012
2012
What is binocular fusion? Multiplicative combination of luminance gradients via the geometric mean
S Wallis, M Georgeson
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 47-47, 2012
2012
Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia: scale invariance and the influence of a contrast imbalance between the eyes
S Wallis, M Georgeson
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 32 (2), 171-172, 2012
2012
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