Items where Division is "Life and Health Sciences > Basic and Applied Neurosciences" and Year is 2016

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Baker, Daniel and Meese, Tim (2016) Grid-texture mechanisms in human vision: Contrast detection of regular sparse micro-patterns requires specialist templates. [Data Collection]


Georgeson, Mark and Schofield, Andrew (2016) Binocular functional architecture for detection of contrast-modulated gratings. [Data Collection]

Georgeson, Mark and Wallis, Stuart and Meese, Tim and Baker, Daniel (2016) Contrast and Lustre: a model that accounts for eleven different forms of contrast discrimination in binocular vision. [Data Collection]


Hartwright, Charlotte and Hardwick, Robert and Apperly, Ian and Hansen, Peter (2016) Resting state morphology predicts the effect of theta burst stimulation in false belief reasoning. [Data Collection]


Meese, Tim and Summers, Robert and Baker, Daniel (2016) Perception of Global Image Contrast is Predicted by Matched Filtering and the Integration and Suppression of Local Contrasts (not RMS contrast). [Data Collection]


Roberts, Brian (2016) Understanding speech in the presence of other speech: Perceptual mechanisms for auditory scene analysis in human listeners. [Data Collection]

Roberts, Brian and Summers, Robert (2016) Across-formant integration and speech intelligibility: Effects of acoustic source properties in the presence and absence of a contralateral interferer. [Data Collection]


Summers, Robert and Roberts, Brian (2016) Informational masking and the effects of differences in fundamental frequency and fundamental-frequency contour on phonetic integration in a formant ensemble. [Data Collection]


Wang, Hongfang and Callaghan, Eleanor and Gooding-Williams, Gerard and McAllister, Craig and Kessler, Klaus (2016) Rhythm makes the world go round: An MEG-TMS study on the role of right TPJ theta oscillations in embodied perspective taking. [Data Collection]

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