John A. Perrone
John A. Perrone
School of Psychology, The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zelaand
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Speed skills: measuring the visual speed analyzing properties of primate MT neurons
JA Perrone, A Thiele
Nature neuroscience 4 (5), 526-532, 2001
A model of self-motion estimation within primate extrastriate visual cortex
JA Perrone, LS Stone
Vision research 34 (21), 2917-2938, 1994
Model for the computation of self-motion in biological systems
JA Perrone
JOSA A 9 (2), 177-194, 1992
Human heading estimation during visually simulated curvilinear motion
LS Stone, JA Perrone
Vision research 37 (5), 573-590, 1997
Emulating the visual receptive-field properties of MST neurons with a template model of heading estimation
JA Perrone, LS Stone
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (15), 5958-5975, 1998
A model of speed tuning in MT neurons
JA Perrone, A Thiele
Vision research 42 (8), 1035-1051, 2002
A visual motion sensor based on the properties of V1 and MT neurons
JA Perrone
Vision research 44 (15), 1733-1755, 2004
What’s the risk? A comparison of actual and perceived driving risk
SG Charlton, NJ Starkey, JA Perrone, RB Isler
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and Behaviour 25, 50-64, 2014
The role of looming and attention capture in drivers’ braking responses
HR Terry, SG Charlton, JA Perrone
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (4), 1375-1382, 2008
Simple technique for optical flow estimation
JA Perrone
JOSA A 7 (2), 264-278, 1990
Anisotropic responses to motion toward and away from the eye
JA Perrone
Perception & Psychophysics 39 (1), 1-8, 1986
Vector subtraction using visual and extraretinal motion signals: A new look at efference copy and corollary discharge theories
JA Perrone, RJ Krauzlis
Journal of vision 8 (14), 24-24, 2008
Economy of scale: A motion sensor with variable speed tuning
JA Perrone
Journal of Vision 5 (1), 3-3, 2005
Visual slant underestimation
JA Perrone, P Wenderoth
Pictorial Communication In Real And Virtual Environments, 521-529, 1991
Spatial integration by MT pattern neurons: A closer look at pattern-to-component effects and the role of speed tuning
JA Perrone, RJ Krauzlis
Journal of Vision 8 (9), 1-1, 2008
Slant underestimation: A model based on the size of the viewing aperture
JA Perrone
Perception 9 (3), 285-302, 1980
An illusory size–speed bias and railway crossing collisions
HE Clark, JA Perrone, RB Isler
Accident Analysis & Prevention 55, 226-231, 2013
A neural-based code for computing image velocity from small sets of middle temporal (MT/V5) neuron inputs
JA Perrone
Journal of Vision 12 (8), 1-1, 2012
Visual slant misperception and the" Black-Hole" landing situation
JA Perrone
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, 1983
A single mechanism can explain the speed tuning properties of MT and V1 complex neurons
JA Perrone
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (46), 11987-11991, 2006
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