Rick Gurnsey
Rick Gurnsey
Department of Psychology, Concordia University
Verified email at concordia.ca
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Micropattern properties and presentation conditions influencing visual texture discrimination
R Gurnsey
Perception & Psychophysics 41 (3), 239-252, 1987
1171987
INFORMATION PERSISTENCE-A DUAL-BUFFER MODEL FOR INITIAL VISUAL PROCESSING
DJK Mewhort, FM Marchetti, R Gurnsey, AJ Campbell
Attention and performance 10, 287-298, 1984
821984
Parallel discrimination of subjective contours defined by offset gratings
R Gurnsey, GK Humphrey, P Kapitan
Perception & Psychophysics 52 (3), 263-276, 1992
781992
Asymmetries in visual texture discrimination.
R Gurnsey
Spatial Vision, 1989
681989
There is no evidence that Kanizsa-type subjective contours can be detected in parallel
R Gurnsey, FJAM Poirier, E Gascon
Perception 25 (7), 861-874, 1996
661996
Bilateral symmetry embedded in noise is detected accurately only at fixation
R Gurnsey, AM Herbert, J Kenemy
Vision Research 38 (23), 3795-3803, 1998
611998
Texture segmentation along the horizontal meridian: Nonmonotonic changes in performance with eccentricity.
R Gurnsey, P Pearson, D Day
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (3), 738, 1996
611996
Orientation discrimination in a visual form agnosic: Evidence from the McCollough effect
GH Keith, MA Goodale, R Gurnsey
Psychological Science 2 (5), 331-335, 1991
611991
Increased sensitivity to mirror symmetry in autism
A Perreault, R Gurnsey, M Dawson, L Mottron, A Bertone
PLoS One 6 (4), e19519, 2011
572011
Second-order motions contribute to vection
R Gurnsey, D Fleet, C Potechin
Vision Research 38 (18), 2801-2816, 1998
551998
An examination of colour-contingent pattern aftereffects.
GK Humphrey, R Gurnsey, PJ Bryden
Spatial Vision, 1994
481994
Stimulus magnification equates identification and discrimination of biological motion across the visual field
R Gurnsey, G Roddy, M Ouhnana, NF Troje
Vision Research 48 (28), 2827-2834, 2008
362008
Texture space
R Gurnsey, DJ Fleet
Vision research 41 (6), 745-757, 2001
352001
Detection of symmetry and anti-symmetry
S Mancini, SL Sally, R Gurnsey
Vision Research 45 (16), 2145-2160, 2005
342005
Optimizing the Pinna-Brelstaff illusion
R Gurnsey, SL Sally, C Potechin, S Mancini
Perception (London. Print) 31 (10), 1275-1280, 2002
342002
Orientation discrimination in foveal and extra-foveal vision: effects of stimulus bandwidth and contrast
SL Sally, R Gurnsey
Vision Research 43 (12), 1375-1385, 2003
332003
Symmetry detection across the visual field.
S Sally, R Gurnsey
Spatial Vision 14 (2), 217-234, 2001
302001
Texture discrimination with and without abrupt texture gradients.
R Gurnsey, DS Laundry
Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie 46 (2), 306, 1992
251992
Non-monotonic changes in performance with eccentricity modeled by multiple eccentricity-dependent limitations
FJAM Poirier, R Gurnsey
Vision Research 45 (18), 2436-2448, 2005
232005
Backward masking is not required to elicit the central performance drop.
C Potechin, R Gurnsey
Spatial vision, 2003
232003
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