FOURSITES


  • Thursday July 9th 12.30 p.m.

    venue: Psychology Labs, Kingston Lane Entrance,
    Uxbridge Campus, Brunel University.

    FOURSITES VISION RESEARCH OPEN SYMPOSIUM

    12.30 p.m. Registration, set up posters
    12.45 p.m. Picnic Lunch (inside if raining, outside if fine).

    1.45 - 2.45 p.m. keynote speaker:
    John Findlay (Durham University)
    VISUAL ATTENTION: WHAT'S BEHIND THE SPOTLIGHT?

    2.45 - 3.15 p.m. Paul Hibbard (Surrey University)
    SEGMENTATION OF MOTION INFORMATION BY BINOCULAR DISPARITY

    3.15 - 4.15 Tea + posters

    4.15-4.45 p.m. Noriko Yamagishi and Steve Anderson (Royal Holloway)
    LOCALISATION OF MOTION AND COLOUR STIMULI IN HUMAN
    PERIPHERAL VISION

    4.45 - 5.10 p.m. Michael Wright (Brunel University)
    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE FLICKER MOTION AFTEREFFECT
    AND THE VELOCITY AFTEREFFECT

    5.10 - 5.35 p.m. John Harris (Reading University).
    SPATIAL INFORMATION AND THE ALLOCATION OF MOTION

    5.35 - 6.35 p.m. Drinks and posters

    7 p.m. Participants are invited to join the guest speaker for dinner in a restaurant.

    We thank the Scientific Affairs Board of the British Psychological Society for financial support.

    Those wishing to attend should inform Prof. Michael Wright (michael.wright@brunel.ac.uk) as soon as possible. Note to contributors: poster dimensions - 94x64cm landscape. 2 panels per poster.


    POSTERS


    THE ROLE OF COLOUR IN OBJECT PERCEPTION WITHIN PHOTO-REALISTIC SCENES
    Peter J Simpson, Mark F Bradshaw and Neil Stringer

    REMOTE DISTRACTORS AND SACCADE PROGRAMMING
    Robin Walker, J. Findlay, H. Deubel

    THE EFFECT OF SURFACE TEXTURE ON THE RECOVERY OF SHAPE FROM DISPARITY AND MOTION INFORMATION UNDER QUASI-NATURAL VIEWING CONDITIONS
    A D Parton, M F Bradshaw

    THE ROLE OF RETINAL SIZE AND RETINAL DISPARITY IN THE CONTROL OF REACHING AND GRASPING
    Simon Watt, Mark Bradshaw, Paul Hibbard and Ian Davies

    NINETEENTH CENTURY PSYCHOPHYSICS IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN THE THEORY OF LABELLED LINES
    David Rose

    OUT OF OUR DEPTH: CYCLOPEAN MOTION ENERGY MECHANISMS?
    N.E.Scott-Samuel and A.T.Smith

    NO LOCAL CANCELLATION BETWEEN 1ST-ORDER AND 2ND-ORDER MOTION
    N.E.Scott-Samuel and A.T.Smith

    DOES A DIFFERENCE IN CONTRAST FACILITATE THE SEGMENTATION OF TRANSPARENT AND ADJACENT GLOBAL MOTION SURFACES?
    Inka Steffens and Andy Smith

    CUEING DOES NOT BENEFIT NEGLECT PATIENTS IN COMPLEX VISUAL SEARCH (CANCELLATION) TASKS
    Paul W. Roden

    VISUAL SEARCH FOR TARGETS DEFINED BY THE SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP OF CORNERS
    Mel Mays, John Harris

    ESTIMATION OF APERTURE WIDTH IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE
    Alison Lee, John Harris