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2023

Misson, Gary P., Heitmar, Rebekka, Armstrong, Richard and Anderson, Stephen J. (2023). The Differential Contribution of Macular Pigments and Foveal Anatomy to the Perception of Maxwell’s Spot and Haidinger’s Brushes. Vision, 7 (1),

2021

Misson, Gary P., Anderson, Stephen J., Armstrong, Richard A., Gilett, Mark and Reynolds, David (2021). The Effect of Age-Related Macular Degeneration on Polarization Pattern Perception. Translational Vision Science & Technology, 10 (9),

2020

Misson, Gary P., Anderson, Stephen J., Armstrong, Richard A., Gillett, Mark and Reynolds, David (2020). The Clinical Application of Polarization Pattern Perception. Translational Vision Science & Technology, 9 (11),

Anderson, Stephen, Edson-Scott, Andrea and Misson, Gary (2020). The electrophysiological response to polarization-modulated patterned visual stimuli. Vision Research, 174 , pp. 1-9.

Misson, Gary P., Temple, Shelby E. and Anderson, Stephen J. (2020). Polarization perception in humans: on the origin of and relationship between Maxwell’s spot and Haidinger’s brushes. Scientific Reports, 10 (1),

2019

Temple, Shelby E., Roberts, Nicholas W. and Misson, Gary P. (2019). Haidinger’s brushes elicited at varying degrees of polarization rapidly and easily assesses total macular pigmentation. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 36 (4), B123-B131.

Misson, Gary, Temple, Shelby E. and Anderson, Stephen J (2019). Computational simulation of human perception of spatially-dependent patterns modulated by degree and angle of linear polarization. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 36 (4), B65-B70.

2018

Misson, Gary P, Temple, Shelby E and Anderson, Stephen J (2018). Computational simulation of Haidinger's brushes. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 35 (6), pp. 946-952.

2017

Misson, Gary P and Anderson, Stephen J (2017). The spectral, spatial and contrast sensitivity of human polarization pattern perception. Scientific Reports, 7 (1),

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