Julie M. Harris
Julie M. Harris
Professor of Psychology, University of St. Andrews
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Guidance of locomotion on foot uses perceived target location rather than optic flow
SK Rushton, JM Harris, MR Lloyd, JP Wann
Current Biology 8 (21), 1191-1194, 1998
Accuracy of estimates of food portion size using food photographs–the importance of using age-appropriate tools
E Foster, JNS Matthews, M Nelson, JM Harris, JC Mathers, AJ Adamson
Public health nutrition 9 (4), 509-514, 2006
Speed discrimination of motion-in-depth using binocular cues
JM Harris, SNJ Watamaniuk
Vision research 35 (7), 885-896, 1995
Children's estimates of food portion size: the development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children
E Foster, JNS Matthews, J Lloyd, L Marshall, JC Mathers, M Nelson, ...
British Journal of Nutrition 99 (1), 175-184, 2008
Seeing red? Putting sportswear in context
C Rowe, JM Harris, SC Roberts
Nature 437 (7063), E10-E10, 2005
Stereoscopic perception of real depths at large distances
S Palmisano, B Gillam, DG Govan, RS Allison, JM Harris
Journal of vision 10 (6), 19-19, 2010
Binocular vision and motion-in-depth.
JM Harris, HT Nefs, CE Grafton
Spatial vision 21 (6), 2008
Two independent mechanisms for motion-in-depth perception: Evidence from individual differences
HT Nefs, L O'Hare, JM Harris
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 6966, 2010
The role of monocularly visible regions in depth and surface perception
JM Harris, LM Wilcox
Vision research 49 (22), 2666-2685, 2009
Eye movements and hazard perception in active and passive driving
AK Mackenzie, JM Harris
Visual cognition 23 (6), 736-757, 2015
A link between attentional function, effective eye movements, and driving ability.
AK Mackenzie, JM Harris
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (2), 381, 2017
Optic flow and scene structure do not always contribute to the control of human walking
JM Harris, W Bonas
Vision research 42 (13), 1619-1626, 2002
Visual search for motion-in-depth: Stereomotion does not'pop out'from disparity noise
JM Harris, SP McKee, SNJ Watamaniuk
Nature neuroscience 1 (2), 165-168, 1998
Efficiency of stereopsis in random-dot stereograms
JM Harris, AJ Parker
JOSA A 9 (1), 14-24, 1992
Human observers are biased in judging the angular approach of a projectile
AE Welchman, VL Tuck, JM Harris
Vision research 44 (17), 2027-2042, 2004
Optimizing countershading camouflage
IC Cuthill, NS Sanghera, O Penacchio, PG Lovell, GD Ruxton, JM Harris
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (46), 13093-13097, 2016
Optimal integration of shading and binocular disparity for depth perception
PG Lovell, M Bloj, JM Harris
Journal of vision 12 (1), 1-1, 2012
Using visual direction in three-dimensional motion perception
JM Harris, VF Drga
Nature neuroscience 8 (2), 229-233, 2005
Is stereopsis effective in breaking camouflage for moving targets?
SP McKee, SNJ Watamaniuk, JM Harris, HS Smallman, DG Taylor
Vision research 37 (15), 2047-2055, 1997
Independent neural mechanisms for bright and dark information in binocular stereopsis
JM Harris, AJ Parker
Nature 374 (6525), 808-811, 1995
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