The McKee laboratory is dedicated to psychophysical and other non-invasive measurements of normal and amblyopic vision. Our primary interests include normal and abnormal binocular vision, motion processing and contrast sensitivity.
The precision of binocular and monocular depth judgments in natural settings. Journal Of Vision, 10(10), 1-13.. (2010).
The wallpaper illusion explained. Journal Of Vision, 7, 10 1-11.. (2007).
Stereo sensitivity depends on stereo matching. Journal Of Vision, 5, 783-92.. (2005).
What is the depth of a sinusoidal grating?. Journal Of Vision, 4, 524-38.. (2004).
Visual search in clutter. Vision Research, 44, 1217-25.. (2004).
The pattern of visual deficits in amblyopia. Journal Of Vision, 3, 380-405.. (2003).
Predicting future motion. Journal Of Vision, 2, 413-23.. (2002).
Contour completion through depth interferes with stereoacuity. Vision Research, 42, 2153-162.. (2002).
Stereo transparency and the disparity gradient limit. Vision Research, 42, 1963-77.. (2002).
Stimulus configuration determines the detectability of motion signals in noise. Journal Of The Optical Society Of America. A, Optics, Image Science, And Vision, 17, 1525-34.. (2000).
- Andrew Glennerster - Fellow
- Anna Ma-Wyatt - Assoc. Prof., University of Adelaide, Australia
- Harvey Smallman - Senior Scientist at Pacific Science & Engineering Group
- Julie Harris - Professor of Psychology at University of St Andrews
- Mark Pettet - Technical Supervisor of Human Electrophysiology Laboratory
- Mary Bravo - Assoc. Professor, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
- Samuel Bowne - Instructor at City College of San Francisco
- Scott Watamaniuk - Professor, Wright State University, Ohio
- Scott Steinman - Professor, Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN
- Yury Petrov - Research Scientist at Apple