Publications of Michael John Morgan

Journal Article (21)

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Schreiber, K.; Morgan, M. J.: Aperture synthesis shows perceptual integration of geometrical form across saccades. Perception 47 (3), pp. 239 - 253 (2018)
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Dillenburger, B. C.; Morgan, M. J.: Saccades to explicit and virtual features in the Poggendorff figure show perceptual biases. i-Perception 8 (2), pp. 1 - 21 (2017)
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Manning, C.; Morgan, M. J.; Allen, C. T.W.; Pellicano, E.: Susceptibility to Ebbinghaus and Muller-Lyer illusions in autistic children: a comparison of three different methods. Molecular Autism 8, 16 (2017)
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Morgan, M. J.: Labeled lines for image blur and contrast. Journal of Vision 17 (6), 16 (2017)
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Morgan, M. J.; Dillenburger, B. C.: Geometrical features underlying the perception of collinearity. Vision Research 128, pp. 83 - 94 (2016)
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Morgan, M. J.; Schreiber, K.; Solomon, J. A.: Low-level mediation of directionally specific motion aftereffects: Motion perception is not necessary. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 78 (8), pp. 2621 - 2632 (2016)
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Raphael, S.; Morgan, M. J.: The computation of relative numerosity, size and density. Vision Research 124 (July), pp. 15 - 23 (2016)
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Melmoth, D. R.; Grant, S. R.; Solomon, J. A.; Morgan, M. J.: Rapid eye movements to a virtual target are biased by illusory context in the Poggendorff figure. Experimental Brain Research 233 (7), pp. 1993 - 2000 (2015)
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Morgan, M. J.: Visual neuroscience: Dissociating perceptual and occulomotor localization of moving objects. Current Biology 25 (19), pp. R831 - R833 (2015)
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Morgan, M. J.; Grant, S. R.; Melmoth, D. R.; Solomon, J. A.: Tilted frames of reference have similar effects on the perception of gravitational vertical and the planning of vertical saccadic eye movements. Experimental Brain Research 233 (7), pp. 2115 - 2125 (2015)
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Morgan, M. J.: A bias-free measure of retinotopic tilt adaptation. Journal of Vision 14 (1), Art. no. 7 (2014)
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Morgan, M. J.; Raphael, S.; Tibber, M. S.; Dakin, S. C.: A texture-processing model of the 'visual sense of number'. Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 281 (1790), 20141137, pp. 1 - 9 (2014)
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Tomassini, A.; Solomon, J. A.; Morgan, M. J.: Which way is down? positional distortion in the tilt illusion. PLoS ONE 9 (10), e110729 (2014)
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Morgan, M. J.; Melmoth, D.; Solomon, J. A.: Linking hypotheses underlying Class A and Class B methods. Visual Neuroscience 30 (5-6), pp. 197 - 206 (2013)
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Morgan, M. J.: Motion adaptation does not depend on attention to the adaptor. Vision Research 55, pp. 47 - 51 (2012)
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Morgan, M. J.; Mareschal, I.; Chubb, C.; Solomon, J. A.: Perceived pattern regularity computed as a summary statistic: implications for camouflage. Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 279 (1739), pp. 2754 - 2760 (2012)
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Dakin, S. C.; Tibber, M. S.; Greenwood, J. A.; Kingdom, F. A. A.; Morgan, M. J.: A common visual metric for approximate number and density. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108 (49), pp. 19552 - 19557 (2011)
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Morgan, M. J.: Features and the 'primal sketch'. Vision Research 51 (7), pp. 738 - 753 (2011)
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Morgan, M. J.: Wohlgemuth was right: Distracting attention from the adapting stimulus does not decrease the motion after-effect. Vision Research 51 (20), pp. 2169 - 2175 (2011)
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Morgan, M. J.; Chubb, C.; Solomon, J. A.: Evidence for a subtractive component in motion adaptation. Vision Research 51 (21-22), pp. 2312 - 2316 (2011)
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