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2013Flash illusions induced by visual, auditory, and audiovisual stimuliAlais, David; Boenke, Lars; Apthorp, Deborah; Psychology; PsychologyFlash illusions induced by visual, auditory, and audiovisual stimuli, Journal of Vision, vol.13, 5, 2013,pp 1-15
2003Increasing depth of binocular rivalry suppression along two visual pathwaysAlais, David; Freeman, Alan; Nguyen, Vincent; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyIncreasing depth of binocular rivalry suppression along two visual pathways, Vision Research, vol.43,(N/A),2003,pp 2003-2008
2006Independent binocular rivalry processes for motion and form.Alais, David; Parker, Amanda; Psychology; PsychologyIndependent binocular rivalry processes for motion and form., Neuron, vol.52,(5),2006,pp 911-920
2016An Investigation of Linear Separability in Visual Search for Color Suggests a Role of RecognizabilityAlais, David; Kong, Garry Ka Fai; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyAn Investigation of Linear Separability in Visual Search for Color Suggests a Role of Recognizability, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol.42, 11, 2016,pp 1724-1738
2006Large shifts in perceived motion direction reveal multiple global motion solutions.Alais, David; Bowns, Linda; PsychologyLarge shifts in perceived motion direction reveal multiple global motion solutions., Vision Research, vol.46,(8-9),2006,pp 1170-1177
2017Linear Summation of Repulsive and Attractive Serial Dependencies: Orientation and Motion Dependencies Sum in Motion PerceptionAlais, David; Leung, Johahn; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; PsychologyLinear Summation of Repulsive and Attractive Serial Dependencies: Orientation and Motion Dependencies Sum in Motion Perception, Journal of Neuroscience, vol.37, 16, 2017,pp 4381-4390
2016Love at second sight: Sequential dependence of facial attractiveness in an on-line dating paradigmAlais, David; Taubert, Jessica; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyLove at second sight: Sequential dependence of facial attractiveness in an on-line dating paradigm, Scientific Reports, vol.6, N/A, 2016,pp 1-5
2011Masker location uncertainty reveals evidence for suppression of maskers in two-talker contextsAlais, David; Allen, Kachina Rhonwen; Carlile, Simon; Shinn-Cunningham, Barbara G.; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyMasker location uncertainty reveals evidence for suppression of maskers in two-talker contexts, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.130, 4, 2011,pp 2043-2053
2014Measuring perception without introspectionAlais, David; Freeman, Alan; Keetels, Mirjam; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical SciencesMeasuring perception without introspection, Journal of Vision, vol.14, 11, 2014,pp 1-8
2013A Mechanism for detecting coincidence of auditory and visual spatial signalsAlais, David; Carlile, Simon; Leung, Johahn; Orchard-Mills, Emily; Burr, David; Morrone, Maria Concetta; Wufong, Ella; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; PsychologyA Mechanism for detecting coincidence of auditory and visual spatial signals, Multisensory Research, vol.26, 4, 2013,pp 333-345
2006The mechanisms of collinear integration.Alais, David; Cass, John; Psychology; PsychologyThe mechanisms of collinear integration., Journal of Vision, vol.6,(N/A),2006,pp 915-922
2009Monocular rivalry exhibits three hallmarks of binocular rivalry: Evidence for common processesAlais, David; Parker, Amanda; La Rooy, David; O'Shea, Robert; Psychology; ITS: Facilities ManagementMonocular rivalry exhibits three hallmarks of binocular rivalry: Evidence for common processes, Vision Research, vol.49,(N/A),2009,pp 671-681
2005The motion aftereffect of transparent motion: Two temporal channels account for perceived directionAlais, David; Burr, David C.; Verstraten, Frans A.J.; PsychologyThe motion aftereffect of transparent motion: Two temporal channels account for perceived direction, Vision Research (2005), vol.45,(4),2005,pp 403-412
2009Motion streaks in fast motion rivalry cause orientation-selective suppressionAlais, David; Apthorp, Deborah; Wenderoth, Peter; Psychology; PsychologyMotion streaks in fast motion rivalry cause orientation-selective suppression, Journal of Vision, vol.9, 5,pp 1-14
2009Multisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selectionAlais, David; Parker, Amanda; van Boxtel, Jeroen J A; van Ee, Raymond; Psychology; ITS: Facilities ManagementMultisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selection, Journal of Neuroscience, vol.29,(37),2009,pp 11641-11649
2010Multisensory Perceptual Learning of Temporal Order: Audiovisual Learning Transfers to Vision but Not AuditionAlais, David; Cass, John; PsychologyMultisensory Perceptual Learning of Temporal Order: Audiovisual Learning Transfers to Vision but Not Audition, PLoS One, vol.5, 6,pp e11283-1-e11283-9
2010Multisensory Processing in Review: from Physiology to BehaviourAlais, David; Mamassian, Pascal; Newell, Fiona; PsychologyMultisensory Processing in Review: from Physiology to Behaviour, Seeing and Perceiving: an international journal on computation, perception, attention and action (Spatial Vision), vol.23, 1,pp 3-38
2005The nature and depth of binocular rivalry suppressionAlais, David; Freeman, Alan; Nguyen, Vincent; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyThe nature and depth of binocular rivalry suppression in Binocular Rivalry, MIT Press, 2005, pp. 47-62
2005Neural latencies do not explain the auditory and audio-visual flash-lag effect.Alais, David; Arrighi, Roberto; Burr, David C.; PsychologyNeural latencies do not explain the auditory and audio-visual flash-lag effect., Vision Research (2005), vol.45,(23),2005,pp 2917-2925
2016No attentional capture from invisible flickerAlais, David; Leung, Johahn; van der Burg, Erik; Locke, Shannon; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; PsychologyNo attentional capture from invisible flicker, Scientific Reports, vol.6, N/A, 2016,pp 1-11