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Garvey, Gregory P.
2016. Exploring Perception, Cognition, and Neural Pathways of Stereo Vision and the Split–Brain Human Computer Interface. In Knowledge Visualization and Visual Literacy in Science Education [Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design, ],  pp. 28 ff. DOI logo
Garvey, Gregory P.
2018. Exploring Perception, Cognition, and Neural Pathways of Stereo Vision and the Split–Brain Human Computer Interface. In Applications of Neuroscience,  pp. 176 ff. DOI logo
Law, Phillip C. F., Bryan K. Paton, Jacqueline A. Riddiford, Caroline T. Gurvich, Trung T. Ngo & Steven M. Miller
2015. No Relationship Between Binocular Rivalry Rate and Eye-Movement Profiles in Healthy Individuals: A Bayes Factor Analysis. Perception 44:6  pp. 643 ff. DOI logo
Law, Phillip C. F., Bryan K. Paton, Richard H. Thomson, Guang B. Liu, Steven M. Miller & Trung T. Ngo
2013. Dichoptic Viewing Methods for Binocular Rivalry Research: Prospects for Large-Scale Clinical and Genetic Studies. Twin Research and Human Genetics 16:6  pp. 1033 ff. DOI logo
Law, Phillip CF, Caroline T Gurvich, Trung T Ngo & Steven M Miller
2017. Evidence that eye‐movement profiles do not explain slow binocular rivalry rate in bipolar disorder: support for a perceptual endophenotype. Bipolar Disorders 19:6  pp. 465 ff. DOI logo
Miller, Steven M.
2020. Fluctuations of consciousness, mood, and science: The interhemispheric switch and sticky switch models two decades on. Journal of Comparative Neurology 528:17  pp. 3171 ff. DOI logo
O’Shea, Robert P., Urte Roeber & Nicholas J. Wade
2017. On the Discovery of Monocular Rivalry by Tscherning in 1898: Translation and Review. i-Perception 8:6  pp. 204166951774352 ff. DOI logo
Verstraten, Frans A. J., Diederick C. Niehorster, Wim A. van de Grind & Nicholas J. Wade
2015. Sigmund Exner’s (1887) Einige Beobachtungen über Bewegungsnachbilder (Some Observations on Movement Aftereffects): An Illustrated Translation With Commentary. i-Perception 6:5  pp. 204166951559304 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2016. Faces and Photography in 19th-Century Visual Science. Perception 45:9  pp. 1008 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2016. Capturing Motion and Depth Before Cinematography. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 25:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2018. The disparate histories of binocular vision and binaural hearing. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 27:1  pp. 10 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2021. The vision of Helmholtz. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 30:4  pp. 405 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2021. On the Origins of Terms in Binocular Vision. i-Perception 12:1  pp. 204166952199238 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2021. On the Art of Binocular Rivalry. i-Perception 12:6  pp. 204166952110538 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2021. Helmholtz at 200. i-Perception 12:4  pp. 204166952110223 ff. DOI logo
Wade, Nicholas J.
2021. On Stereoscopic Art. i-Perception 12:3  pp. 204166952110071 ff. DOI logo

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