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Julie M. Harris
Julie M. Harris
Professor of Psychology, University of St. Andrews
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Guidance of locomotion on foot uses perceived target location rather than optic flow
SK Rushton, JM Harris, MR Lloyd, JP Wann
Current Biology 8 (21), 1191-1194, 1998
3081998
Accuracy of estimates of food portion size using food photographs–the importance of using age-appropriate tools
E Foster, JNS Matthews, M Nelson, JM Harris, JC Mathers, AJ Adamson
Public health nutrition 9 (4), 509-514, 2006
1352006
Speed discrimination of motion-in-depth using binocular cues
JM Harris, SNJ Watamaniuk
Vision research 35 (7), 885-896, 1995
1291995
Seeing red? Putting sportswear in context
C Rowe, JM Harris, SC Roberts
Nature 437 (7063), E10-E10, 2005
1152005
Children's estimates of food portion size: the development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children
E Foster, JNS Matthews, J Lloyd, L Marshall, JC Mathers, M Nelson, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 99 (1), 175-184, 2008
1142008
Stereoscopic perception of real depths at large distances
S Palmisano, B Gillam, DG Govan, RS Allison, JM Harris
Journal of vision 10 (6), 19-19, 2010
952010
Binocular vision and motion-in-depth.
JM Harris, HT Nefs, CE Grafton
Spatial vision, 2008
892008
Two independent mechanisms for motion-in-depth perception: Evidence from individual differences
HT Nefs, L O'Hare, JM Harris
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 155, 2010
832010
The role of monocularly visible regions in depth and surface perception
JM Harris, LM Wilcox
Vision research 49 (22), 2666-2685, 2009
782009
Optic flow and scene structure do not always contribute to the control of human walking
JM Harris, W Bonas
Vision research 42 (13), 1619-1626, 2002
772002
Eye movements and hazard perception in active and passive driving
AK Mackenzie, JM Harris
Visual cognition 23 (6), 736-757, 2015
682015
Visual search for motion-in-depth: Stereomotion does not'pop out'from disparity noise
JM Harris, SP McKee, SNJ Watamaniuk
Nature neuroscience 1 (2), 165-168, 1998
671998
Efficiency of stereopsis in random-dot stereograms
JM Harris, AJ Parker
JOSA A 9 (1), 14-24, 1992
621992
A link between attentional function, effective eye movements, and driving ability.
AK Mackenzie, JM Harris
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (2), 381, 2017
492017
Is stereopsis effective in breaking camouflage for moving targets?
SP McKee, SNJ Watamaniuk, JM Harris, HS Smallman, DG Taylor
Vision research 37 (15), 2047-2055, 1997
481997
Human observers are biased in judging the angular approach of a projectile
AE Welchman, VL Tuck, JM Harris
Vision research 44 (17), 2027-2042, 2004
472004
Filling-in the details on perceptual fading
AE Welchman, JM Harris
Vision research 41 (16), 2107-2117, 2001
472001
Using visual direction in three-dimensional motion perception
JM Harris, VF Drga
Nature neuroscience 8 (2), 229-233, 2005
462005
Independent neural mechanisms for bright and dark information in binocular stereopsis
JM Harris, AJ Parker
Nature 374 (6525), 808-811, 1995
461995
Accuracy and precision of binocular 3-D motion perception.
JM Harris, PJA Dean
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 29 (5), 869, 2003
442003
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