david crewther
david crewther
Professor of Neuroscience, Swinburne University of Technology
Verified email at swin.edu.au - Homepage
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A role for the ‘magnocellular advantage’in visual impairments in neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders
R Laycock, SG Crewther, DP Crewther
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 31 (3), 363-376, 2007
A normative and reliability study for the Raven’s Coloured Progressive Matrices for primary school aged children from Victoria, Australia
SM Cotton, PM Kiely, DP Crewther, B Thomson, R Laycock, SG Crewther
Personality and individual differences 39 (3), 647-659, 2005
Magnocellular visual evoked potential delay with high autism spectrum quotient yields a neural mechanism for altered perception
A Sutherland, DP Crewther
Brain 133 (7), 2089-2097, 2010
Disease-associated visual image degradation and spherical refractive errors in children.
J Nathan, PM Kiely, SG Crewther, DP Crewther
American journal of optometry and physiological optics 62 (10), 680-688, 1985
Separate magnocellular and parvocellular contributions from temporal analysis of the multifocal VEP
A Klistorner, DP Crewther, SG Crewther
Vision Research 37 (15), 2161-2169, 1997
A role for photoreceptor outer segments in the induction of deprivation myopia
H Liang, DP Crewther, SG Crewther, AM Barila
Vision Research 35 (9), 1217-1225, 1995
Neural site of strabismic amblyopia in cats: spatial frequency deficit in primary cortical neurons
DP Crewther, SG Crewther
Experimental Brain Research 79 (3), 615-622, 1990
Evidence for fast signals and later processing in human V1/V2 and V5/MT+: a TMS study of motion perception
R Laycock, DP Crewther, PB Fitzgerald, SG Crewther
Journal of Neurophysiology 98 (3), 1253-1262, 2007
Referral rates for a functional vision screening among a large cosmopolitan sample of Australian children
B Junghans, PM Kiely, DP Crewther, SG Crewther
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 22 (1), 10-25, 2002
The role of photoreceptors in the control of refractive state
DP Crewther
Progress in retinal and eye research 19 (4), 421-457, 2000
Normality of spatial resolution of retinal ganglion cells in cats with strabismic amblyopia.
BG Cleland, DP Crewther, SG Crewther, DE Mitchell
The Journal of Physiology 326 (1), 235-249, 1982
Inflammation and depression: why poststroke depression may be the norm and not the exception
MC Pascoe, SG Crewther, LM Carey, DP Crewther
International Journal of Stroke 6 (2), 128-135, 2011
The race that precedes coactivation: development of multisensory facilitation in children
A Barutchu, DP Crewther, SG Crewther
Developmental science 12 (3), 464-473, 2009
Common and distinct brain activation to viewing dynamic sequences of face and hand movements
JC Thompson, JE Hardee, A Panayiotou, D Crewther, A Puce
Neuroimage 37 (3), 966-973, 2007
Omega‐3 supplementation improves cognition and modifies brain activation in young adults
I Bauer, M Hughes, R Rowsell, R Cockerell, A Pipingas, S Crewther, ...
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 29 (2), 133-144, 2014
Visual resolution of retinal ganglion cells in monocularly-deprived cats
BG Cleland, DE Mitchell, S Gillard-Crewther, DP Crewther
Brain research 192 (1), 261-266, 1980
Structural and elemental evidence for edema in the retina, retinal pigment epithelium, and choroid during recovery from experimentally induced myopia
H Liang, SG Crewther, DP Crewther, BM Junghans
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 45 (8), 2463-2474, 2004
Strabismic amblyopia: part 1: psychophysics
L Asper, D Crewther, SG Crewther
Clinical and Experimental Optometry 83 (2), 49-58, 2000
A role for choroidal lymphatics during recovery from form deprivation myopia?
BM Junghans, SG Crewther, H Liang, DP Crewther
Optometry and vision science: official publication of the American Academy …, 1999
The effect of sleep deprivation on BOLD activity elicited by a divided attention task
ML Jackson, ME Hughes, RJ Croft, ME Howard, D Crewther, GA Kennedy, ...
Brain Imaging and Behavior 5 (2), 97-108, 2011
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