Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks
Associte Professor in Psychology, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
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Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: Implications for models of motion perception
P Thompson, K Brooks, ST Hammett
Vision research 46 (6-7), 782-786, 2006
1482006
Interocular velocity difference contributes to stereomotion speed perception
KR Brooks
Journal of Vision 2 (3), 2-2, 2002
912002
Stereomotion speed perception: Contributions from both changing disparity and interocular velocity difference over a range of relative disparities
KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of vision 4 (12), 6-6, 2004
722004
Stereomotion speed perception is contrast dependent
K Brooks
Perception 30 (6), 725-731, 2001
582001
The body and the beautiful: health, attractiveness and body composition in men’s and women’s bodies
ME Brierley, KR Brooks, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, ID Stephen
PLoS One 11 (6), e0156722, 2016
542016
Perceived speed of motion in depth is reduced in the periphery
K Brooks, G Mather
Vision research 40 (25), 3507-3516, 2000
462000
Monocular motion adaptation affects the perceived trajectory of stereomotion.
KR Brooks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (6 …, 2002
432002
Body image distortion and exposure to extreme body types: contingent adaptation and cross adaptation for self and other
KR Brooks, JM Mond, RJ Stevenson, ID Stephen
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 334, 2016
422016
Human discrimination of visual direction of motion with and without smooth pursuit eye movements
AE Krukowski, KA Pirog, BR Beutter, KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of Vision 3 (11), 16-16, 2003
392003
Individual differences in visual search: Relationship to autistic traits, discrimination thresholds, and speed of processing
J Brock, JY Xu, KR Brooks
Perception 40 (6), 739-742, 2011
382011
Sensitivity to feature displacement in familiar and unfamiliar faces: Beyond the internal/external feature distinction
KR Brooks, RI Kemp
Perception 36 (11), 1646-1659, 2007
372007
Independent Aftereffects of Fat and Muscle: Implications for neural encoding, body space representation, and body image disturbance
D Sturman, ID Stephen, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, KR Brooks
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-8, 2017
342017
Breaking camouflage: Binocular disparity reduces contrast masking in natural images
SG Wardle, J Cass, KR Brooks, D Alais
Journal of vision 10 (14), 38-38, 2010
342010
Stereomotion suppression and the perception of speed: accuracy and precision as a function of 3D trajectory
KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of Vision 6 (11), 6-6, 2006
322006
Spatial scale of stereomotion speed processing
KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of Vision 6 (11), 9-9, 2006
312006
No role for lightness in the perception of black and white? Simultaneous contrast affects perceived skin tone, but not perceived race
KR Brooks, OS Gwinn
Perception 39 (8), 1142-1145, 2010
292010
Improving unfamiliar face matching by masking the external facial features
RI Kemp, A Caon, M Howard, KR Brooks
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (4), 622-627, 2016
232016
Contrast and stimulus complexity moderate the relationship between spatial frequency and perceived speed: Implications for MT models of speed perception
KR Brooks, T Morris, P Thompson
Journal of vision 11 (14), 19-19, 2011
232011
The swinging doors of perception: Stereomotion without binocular matching
KR Brooks, BJ Gillam
Journal of Vision 6 (7), 2-2, 2006
212006
Visual attention mediates the relationship between body satisfaction and susceptibility to the body size adaptation effect
ID Stephen, D Sturman, RJ Stevenson, J Mond, KR Brooks
PloS one 13 (1), e0189855, 2018
202018
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