Szonya Durant
Szonya Durant
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
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Shifts of criteria or neural timing? The assumptions underlying timing perception studies
K Yarrow, N Jahn, S Durant, DH Arnold
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1518-1531, 2011
Temporal dependence of local motion induced shifts in perceived position
S Durant, A Johnston
Vision research 44 (4), 357-366, 2004
Characterizing contrast adaptation in a population of cat primary visual cortical neurons using Fisher information
S Durant, CWG Clifford, NA Crowder, NSC Price, MR Ibbotson
JOSA A 24 (6), 1529-1537, 2007
Brain mechanisms of recovery from pure alexia: a single case study with multiple longitudinal scans
L Cohen, S Dehaene, S McCormick, S Durant, JM Zanker
Neuropsychologia 91, 36-49, 2016
Latency differences and the flash-lag effect
DH Arnold, S Durant, A Johnston
Vision research 43 (17), 1829-1835, 2003
The role of glial cells and the complement system in retinal diseases and Alzheimer’s disease: common neural degeneration mechanisms
H Harvey, S Durant
Experimental brain research 232 (11), 3363-3377, 2014
Dynamics of the influence of segmentation cues on orientation perception
S Durant, CWG Clifford
Vision research 46 (18), 2934-2940, 2006
Updating our understanding of situation awareness in relation to remote operators of autonomous vehicles
C Mutzenich, S Durant, S Helman, P Dalton
Cognitive research: principles and implications 6 (1), 1-17, 2021
Moving from spatially segregated to transparent motion: a modelling approach
S Durant, A Donoso-Barrera, S Tan, A Johnston
Biology letters 2 (1), 101-105, 2006
The movement of motion-defined contours can bias perceived position
S Durant, JM Zanker
Biology letters 5 (2), 270-273, 2009
Automatic detection of orientation variance
S Durant, I Sulykos, I Czigler
Neuroscience Letters, 2017
Variation in the local motion statistics of real-life optic flow scenes
S Durant, JM Zanker
Neural Computation 24 (7), 1781-1805, 2012
Combining direction and speed for the localisation of visual motion defined contours
S Durant, JM Zanker
Vision research 48 (8), 1053-1060, 2008
Characterizing motion contour detection mechanisms and equivalent mechanisms in the luminance domain
S Durant, JM Zanker
Journal of vision 9 (1), 2009
The combined effect of eye movements improve head centred local motion information during walking
S Durant, JM Zanker
PloS one 15 (1), e0228345, 2020
Similarity of gaze patterns across physical and virtual versions of an installation artwork
D Gulhan, S Durant, JM Zanker
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-16, 2021
Measuring response saturation in human MT and MST as a function of motion density
S Durant, M Furlan
Journal of vision 14 (8), 19, 2014
Automatic detection of the duration of visual static and dynamic stimuli
S Durant, I Sulykos, I Czigler
Brain research 1686, 34-41, 2018
High temporal frequency adaptation compresses time in the Flash-Lag illusion
E Rowland, S Durant
Vision research 105, 130-136, 2014
Perceptual separation of transparent motion components: the interaction of motion, luminance and shape cues
AI Meso, S Durant, JM Zanker
Experimental Brain Research, 1-16, 2013
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