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Baker, Daniel, Lygo, Freya, Meese, Timothy S and Georgeson, Mark A (2018). Binocular summation revisited: beyond /2. Psychological Bulletin , (In Press)

Scott-samuel, Nicholas E., Ashida, Hiroshi, Lovell, P. George, Meese, Tim S. and Schwarzkopf, D. Samuel (2018). Stacking chairs:local sense and global nonsense. i-Perception, 9 (1), pp. 1-5.

Meese, Timothy S, Baker, Daniel H and Summers, Robert J (2017). Perception of global image contrast involves transparent spatial filtering and the integration and suppression of local contrasts (not RMS contrast). Royal Society Open Science, 4 (9),

Georgeson, Mark A., Wallis, Stuart A., Meese, Tim S. and Baker, Daniel H. (2016). Contrast and lustre:a model that accounts for eleven different forms of contrast discrimination in binocular vision. Vision Research, 129 , pp. 98-118.

Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Tim S. (2016). Grid-texture mechanisms in human vision:contrast detection of regular sparse micro-patterns requires specialist templates. Scientific Reports, 6 ,

Baldwin, Alex S. and Meese, Tim S. (2015). Fourth-root summation of contrast over area:no end in sight when spatially inhomogeneous sensitivity is compensated by a witch's hat. Journal of Vision, 15 (15), pp. 1-12.

Meese, Tim S. (2015). Debazzled:a blue and black ship, dressed to deceive. i-Perception, 6 (2), pp. 111-115.

Summers, Robert J., Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Tim S. (2015). Area summation of first- and second-order modulations of luminance. Journal of Vision, 15 (1),

Meese, Timothy Simon, Baker, Daniel H. and Summers, Robert J. (2014). Perception of global image contrast is predicted by the same spatial integration model of gain control as detection and discrimination. i-Perception, 5 (4), p. 245.

Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Tim (2014). Measuring the spatial extent of texture pooling using reverse correlation. Vision Research, 97 , pp. 52-58.

Baldwin, Alex S., Husk, Jesse S., Meese, Tim S. and Hess, Robert F. (2014). A two-stage model of orientation integration for Battenberg-modulated micropatterns. Journal of Vision, 14 (1),

Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Tim S. (2013). Regarding the benefit of zero-dimensional noise. Journal of Vision, 13 (10),

Baker, Daniel and Meese, Tim (2013). A template model predicts detection of sparse stimul. Perception, 42 (3), p. 363.

Gheiratmand, Mina, Meese, Tim and Mullen, Kathy (2013). Blobs versus bars:psychophysical evidence supports two types of orientation response in human color vision. Journal of Vision, 13 (1),

Wallis, Stuart, Baker, Daniel, Meese, Tim and Georgeson, Mark (2013). The slope of the psychometric function and non-stationarity of thresholds in spatiotemporal contrast vision. Vision Research, 76 (1), pp. 1-10.

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Tim S. and Georgeson, Mark A. (2013). Paradoxical psychometric functions ("swan functions") are explained by dilution masking in four stimulus dimensions. i-Perception, 4 (1), pp. 17-35.

Meese, Tim S. and Baker, Daniel H. (2013). A common rule for integration and suppression of luminance contrast across eyes, space, time, and pattern. i-Perception, 4 (1), pp. 1-16.

Baldwin, Alexander, Meese, Tim and Baker, Daniel (2012). The attenuation surface for contrast sensitivity has the form of a witch’s hat within the central visual field. Journal of Vision, 12 (11),

Meese, Tim and Summers, Robert (2012). Theory and data for area summation of contrast with and without uncertainty:evidence for a noisy energy model. Journal of Vision, 12 (11),

Baker, D.H., Summers, R.J. and Meese, T.S. (2012). A behavioural method for assessing the performance of image denoising algorithms. Perception, 41 (10), p. 1271.

Baker, Daniel and Meese, Timothy (2012). Zero-dimensional noise:the best mask you never saw. Journal of Vision, 12 (10),

Baker, Daniel and Meese, Timothy (2012). Interocular transfer of spatial adaptation is weak at low spatial frequencies. Vision Research, 63 , pp. 81-87.

Baker, Daniel, Wallis, Stuart, Georgeson, Mark and Meese, Timothy (2012). The effect of interocular phase difference on perceived contrast. PLoS ONE, 7 (4),

Baker, Daniel, Wallis, Stuart, Georgeson, Mark A and Meese, Timothy S (2012). Nonlinearities in the binocular combination of luminance and contrast. Vision Research, 56 (1), pp. 1-9.

Troscianko, Tom, Meese, Tim and Hinde, Steven (2012). Perception while watching movies:effects of physical screen size and scene type. i-Perception, 3 (7), pp. 414-425.

Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Tim S. (2011). Contrast integration over area is extensive: a three-stage model of spatial summation. Journal of Vision, 11 (14), pp. 1-16.

Meese, Timothy S. and Baker, Daniel H. (2011). A reevaluation of achromatic spatio-temporal vision: nonoriented filters are monocular, they adapt, and can be used for decision making at high flicker speeds. i-Perception, 2 (2), pp. 159-182.

Meese, Tim S. (2011). A re-evaluation of achromatic spatiotemporal vision:nonoriented filters are monocular, they adapt and can be used for decision-making at high flicker speeds. i-Perception, 2 (4), p. 417.

Meese, Timothy S. and Baker, Daniel (2011). Contrast summation across eyes and space is revealed along the entire dipper function by a "Swiss cheese" stimulus. Journal of Vision, 11 (1), pp. 1-23.

Meese, Timothy and Holmes, David J. (2010). Orientation masking and cross-orientation suppression (XOS):implications for estimates of channel bandwidth. Journal of Vision, 10 (12), pp. 1-20.

Meese, Timothy (2010). Spatially extensive summation of contrast-energy is revealed by contrast detection of micro-pattern textures. Journal of Vision, 10 (8),

Meese, Timothy S., Challinor, K.L., Summers, Robert J. and Baker, Daniel H. (2009). Suppression pathways saturate with contrast for parallel surrounds but not for superimposed cross-oriented masks. Vision Research, 49 (24), pp. 2927-2935.

Summers, Robert J. and Meese, Timothy S. (2009). The influence of fixation points on contrast detection and discrimination of patches of grating: Masking and facilitation. Vision Research, 49 (14), pp. 1894-1900.

Meese, Timothy S. and Baker, Daniel H. (2009). Cross-orientation masking is speed invariant between ocular pathways but speed dependent within them. Journal of Vision, 9 (5), 2, 1-15.

Meese, Timothy S. and Summers, Robert J. (2009). Neuronal convergence in early contrast vision: binocular summation is followed by response nonlinearity and area summation. Journal of Vision, 9 (4),

Holliday, Ian E. and Meese, Timothy S. (2008). Optic flow in human vision: MEG reveals a foveo-fugal bias in V1, specialization for spiral space in hMSTs, and global motion sensitivity in the IPS. Journal of Vision, 8 (10),

Meese, Timothy S., Challinor, Kirsten L. and Summers, Robert J. (2008). A common contrast pooling rule for suppression within and between the eyes. Visual Neuroscience, 25 (4), pp. 585-601.

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Timothy S. and Hess, Robert F. (2008). Contrast masking in strabismic amblyopia: attenuation, noise, interocular suppression and binocular summation. Vision Research, 48 (15), pp. 1625-1640.

Meese, Timothy S. and Summers, Robert J, (2007). Area summation in human vision at and above detection threshold. Proceeding of the Royal Society: Series B, 274 (1627), pp. 2891-2900.

Baker, Daniel H. and Meese, Timothy S. (2007). Binocular contrast interactions:Dichoptic masking is not a single process. Vision Research, 47 (24), pp. 3096-3107.

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Timothy S., Mansouri, Behzad and Hess, Robert F. (2007). Binocular summation of contrast remains intact in strabismic amblyopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48 (11), pp. 5332-5338.

Meese, Timothy S. and Hess, Robert F. (2007). Anisotropy for spatial summation of elongated patches of grating:A tale of two tails. Vision Research, 47 (14), pp. 1880-1892.

Meese, Timothy S., Holmes, David J. and Challinor, Kirsten L. (2007). Remote facilitation in the Fourier domain. Vision Research, 47 (8), pp. 1112-1119.

Meese, Timothy S., Summers, Robert J., Holmes, David J. and Wallis, Stuart A. (2007). Contextual modulation involves suppression and facilitation from the center and the surround. Journal of Vision, 7 (4),

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Timothy S. and Summers, Robert J. (2007). Psychophysical evidence for two routes to suppression before binocular summation of signals in human vision. Neuroscience, 146 (1), pp. 435-448.

Meese, Timothy S. and Holmes, David J. (2007). Spatial and temporal dependencies of cross-orientation suppression in human vision. Proceeding of the Royal Society: Series B, 274 (1606), pp. 127-136.

Meese, Timothy S. (2007). Basic vision: an introduction to visual perception. Perception, 36 (1), pp. 160-161.

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Timothy S. and Georgeson, Mark A. (2007). Binocular interaction:Contrast matching and contrast discrimination are predicted by the same model. Spatial vision, 20 (5), pp. 397-413.

Georgeson, Mark A. and Meese, Timothy S. (2006). Fixed or variable noise in contrast discrimination? The jury's still out... Vision Research, 46 (25), pp. 4294-4303.

Meese, Timothy S., Georgeson, Mark A. and Baker, Daniel H. (2006). Binocular contrast vision at and above threshold. Journal of Vision, 6 (11), pp. 1224-1243.

Holliday, Ian E. and Meese, Timothy S. (2005). Neuromagnetic evoked responses to complex motions are greatest for expansion. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 55 (2), pp. 145-157.

Meese, Timothy S. and Hess, Robert F. (2005). Interocular suppression is gated by interocular feature matching. Vision Research, 45 (1), pp. 9-15.

Meese, Timothy S., Hess, Robert F. and Williams, Cristyn B. (2005). Size matters, but not for everyone:Individual differences for contrast discrimination. Journal of Vision, 5 (11), pp. 928-947.

Holmes, David J. and Meese, Timothy S. (2004). Grating and plaid masks indicate linear summation in a contrast gain pool. Journal of Vision, 4 (12), pp. 1080-1089.

Meese, Timothy S. (2004). Area summation and masking. Journal of Vision, 4 (10), pp. 930-943.

Meese, Timothy S. and Hess, Robert F. (2004). Low spatial frequencies are suppressively masked across spatial scale, orientation, field position, and eye of origin. Journal of Vision, 4 (10), pp. 843-859.

Meese, Timothy S. and Holmes, D.J. (2004). Performance data indicate summation for pictorial depth-cues in slanted surfaces. Spatial vision, 17 (1-2), pp. 127-151.

Meese, Timothy S. and Holmes, D.J. (2002). Adaptation and gain pool summation:Alternative models and masking data. Vision Research, 42 (9), pp. 1113-1125.

Meese, Timothy S. and Anderson, Stephen J. (2002). Spiral mechanisms are required to account for summation of complex motion components. Vision Research, 42 (9), pp. 1073-1080.

Meese, Timothy S. and Harris, Mike G. (2001). Independent detectors for expansion and rotation, and for orthogonal components of deformation. Perception, 30 (10), pp. 1189-1202.

Meese, Timothy S., Hess, Robert F. and Williams, Cristyn B. (2001). Spatial coherence does not affect contrast discrimination for multiple Gabor stimuli. Perception, 30 (12), pp. 1411-1422.

Meese, Timothy S. and Harris, M.G. (2001). Broad direction bandwidths for complex motion mechanisms. Vision Research, 41 (15), pp. 1901-1914.

Conference or Workshop Item

Meese, Timothy S., Georgeson, Mark A., Baker, Daniel H., Holmes, David J., Challinor, Kirsten L. and Summers, Robert J. (2009). Suppression and summation in contrast gain control for human vision. IN: Applied Vision Association Annual 2009 Meeting. 2009-03-31. (Unpublished)

Georgeson, Mark A. and Meese, Timothy S. (2007). Binocular combination at threshold: temporal filtering and summation of signals in separate ON and OFF channels. IN: 13th European Conference on Visual Perception. 2007-08-27 - 2007-08-31.

Georgeson, Mark A. and Meese, Timothy S. (2005). Binocular summation at contrast threshold:a new look. IN: Twenty-eighth European Conference on Visual Perception. 2005-08-22 - 2005-08-26.

Baker, Daniel H., Meese, Timothy S. and Georgeson, Mark A. (2005). Contrast discrimination with simultaneous monocular and dichoptic masks. IN: Twenty-eighth European Conference on Visual Perception. 2005-08-22 - 2005-08-26.

Georgeson, Mark A. and Meese, Timothy S. (2005). Fixed or variable noise in contrast discrimination? The jury's still out. IN: Images, Perception, and Psychophysics. 9th Applied Vision Association Christmas Meeting. 2004-12-16. (Submitted)

Meese, Timothy S., Georgeson, Mark A. and Baker, Daniel H. (2005). Interocular masking and summation indicate two stages of divisive contrast gain control. IN: Twenty-eighth European Conference on Visual Perception. 2005-08-22 - 2005-08-26.

Georgeson, Mark A. and Meese, Timothy S. (2004). Contrast discrimination and pattern masking: contrast gain control with fixed additive noise. IN: Movements and moments in vision research. 8th Applied Vision Association Christmas Meeting. 2003-12-17. (Unpublished)

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