Philip Grove
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The Conflicting Evidence of Three-dimensional Displays in Laparoscopy
S Sakata, MO Watson, PM Grove, ARL Stevenson
Annals of Surgery 263 (2), 234-239, 2016
Staying focused: A functional account of perceptual suppression during binocular rivalry
DH Arnold, PM Grove, TSA Wallis
Journal of Vision 7 (7), 7-7, 2007
Impact of simulated three-dimensional perception on precision of depth judgements, technical performance and perceived workload in laparoscopy
S Sakata, PM Grove, A Hill, MO Watson, ARL Stevenson
Journal of British Surgery 104 (8), 1097-1106, 2017
Content and context of monocular regions determine perceived depth in random dot, unpaired background and phantom stereograms
PM Grove, B Gillam, H Ono
Vision Research 42 (15), 1859-1870, 2002
Segmentation by depth does not always facilitate visual search
NJ Finlayson, RW Remington, JD Retell, PM Grove
Journal of Vision 13 (8), 11-11, 2013
Auditory transients do not affect visual sensitivity in discriminating between objective streaming and bouncing events
PM Grove, J Ashton, Y Kawachi, K Sakurai
Journal of Vision 12 (8), 5-5, 2012
A single auditory tone alters the perception of multiple visual events
Y Kawachi, PM Grove, K Sakurai
Journal of Vision 14 (8), 16-16, 2014
Auditory induced bounce perception persists as the probability of a motion reversal is reduced
PM Grove, K Sakurai
Perception 38 (7), 951-965, 2009
Visual search is influenced by 3D spatial layout
NJ Finlayson, PM Grove
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (7), 2322-2330, 2015
Contour entropy: A new determinant of perceiving ground or a hole.
BJ Gillam, PM Grove
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (3), 750, 2011
Ecologically invalid monocular texture leads to longer perceptual latencies in random-dot stereograms
PM Grove, H Ono
Perception 28 (5), 627-639, 1999
The backward inclination of a surface defined by empirical corresponding points
PM Grove, H Kaneko, H Ono
Perception 30 (4), 411-429, 2001
Sensitivity and bias in the resolution of stream-bounce stimuli
M Zeljko, PM Grove
Perception 46 (2), 178-204, 2017
Leonardo's constraint: Two opaque objects cannot be seen in the same direction.
H Ono, L Lillakas, PM Grove, M Suzuki
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 132 (2), 253, 2003
The viewpoint-specific failure of modern 3D displays in laparoscopic surgery
S Sakata, PM Grove, A Hill, MO Watson, ARL Stevenson
Langenbeck's archives of surgery 401 (7), 1007-1018, 2016
Disambiguating the stream/bounce illusion with inference
PM Grove, C Robertson, LR Harris
Multisensory Research 29 (4-5), 453-464, 2016
The impact of crosstalk on three-dimensional laparoscopic performance and workload
S Sakata, PM Grove, MO Watson, ARL Stevenson
Surgical Endoscopy 31 (10), 4044-4050, 2017
Slant or occlusion: Global factors resolve stereoscopic ambiguity in sets of horizontal lines
B Gillam, PM Grove
Vision Research 44 (20), 2359-2366, 2004
The impact of three-dimensional imaging on polyp detection during colonoscopy: a proof of concept study
S Sakata, PM Grove, ARL Stevenson, DG Hewett
Gut 65 (5), 730-731, 2016
Binocular correspondence and the range of fusible horizontal disparities in the central visual field
AL Harrold, PM Grove
Journal of vision 15 (8), 12-12, 2015
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