Ken W. S. Tan
Ken W. S. Tan
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Detecting shape change: Characterizing the interaction between texture-defined and contour-defined borders
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
Journal of Vision 13 (14), 12-12, 2013
332013
Modulated textures with shape structures implied by a closed flow are processed globally
KWS Tan, VK Bowden, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
Journal of Vision 15 (3), 17-17, 2015
142015
In unison: First-and second-order information combine for integration of shape information
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
Journal of vision 16 (11), 9-9, 2016
42016
Impact of microsaccades on visual shape processing
KWS Tan, C Scholes, NW Roach, EM Haris, PV McGraw
Journal of Neurophysiology 125 (2), 609-619, 2021
2021
Effects of Microsaccades on Global Processing of Shape
KWS Tan, EM Haris, NW Roach, PV Mcgraw
PERCEPTION 49 (6), 722-723, 2020
2020
Effects of Microsaccade on Global Processing of Shape
KWS Tan, EM Haris, NW Roach, PV McGraw
PERCEPTION 48, 170-170, 2019
2019
Discrete annular regions of texture contribute independently to the analysis of shape from texture
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
Journal of vision 16 (11), 10-10, 2016
2016
In unison: First-and second-order information combine for
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
2016
Discrete annular regions of texture contribute independently to
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
2016
Is implied flow necessary for global shape coding in textured contours?
KWS Tan, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
PERCEPTION 44, 222-223, 2015
2015
Modulated textures with shape structures implied
KWS Tan, VK Bowden, JE Dickinson, DR Badcock
2015
Independent texture and luminance processes in globally pooled shape
KWS Tan, E Dickinson, D Badcock
Perception ECVP abstract 42, 113-113, 2013
2013
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