Tolhurst,D.J. & Thompson,P.G.(1975) Orientation illusions and after-effects: inhibition between channels. Vision Research. 15 969-72.

Morgan,M.J. & Thompson,P.G.(1975) Apparent movement and the Pulfrich effect. Perception 4 3-18. (pdf)

Thompson,P.G. & Movshon,J.A.(1977) Storage of spatially specific threshold elevation. Perception 7 65-73. (pdf)

Watson,A.B, Thompson,P.G., Murphy,B.J. & Nachmias,J.(1980) Summation and discrimination of gratings moving in opposite directions. Vision Research. 20 341-47. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1980) Margaret Thatcher: a new illusion. Perception 9 483-4. (pdf)

Thompson,P. & Murphy,B.J.(1980) Adaptation to a spatial-frequency doubled stimulus. Perception 9 523-528. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1981) Velocity aftereffects: the effects of adaptation to moving stimuli on the perception of subsequently seen moving stimuli. Vision Research. 21 337-45. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1981) Detection and discrimination of moving stimuli. Acta Psychologica 48 5-13. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1982) Perceived rate of movement depends on contrast. Vision Research 22 377-80. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1983) Discrimination of moving gratings at and above detection threshold. Vision Research 23 1533-38. (pdf)

Thompson,P.(1984) The coding of velocity of movement in the human visual system. Vision Research 24 41-45. (pdf)

Thompson,P.& Latchford, G.(1986) Colour-contingent after-effects are really wavelength-contingent. Nature 320 525-26.

Travis,D., Thompson,P. & Gilchrist,J.(1987) Monocular diplopia in multiple sclerosis. Clinical Vision Sciences 2 103-110.

Travis,D. & Thompson,P.(1988) Spatiotemporal contrast sensitivity and colour vision in multiple sclerosis. Brain 112 283-303. (pdf)

Thompson,P. & Travis,D. (1989) Making Mayhew and Frisby effortlessly discriminable. Perception 18 231-235. (pdf)

Travis,D. & Thompson,P. (1989) 'Good' and 'bad' eyes in multiple sclerosis: it depends on the test used. Clinical Vision Sciences 4 211-219

Stone,L.S. & Thompson,P. (1992) Human speed perception is contrast dependent. Vision Research, 32 1539-1549. (pdf)

Thompson,P. & Wood,V. (1993) The Pulfrich pendulum phenomenon in stereoblind subjects. Perception 22 7-14. (pdf)

Thompson, P., May, K., & Stone, R. (1993). Chromostereopsis: a multi-component depth effect. Displays 14, 227-234. (pdf)

Turner, M., Austin, J., Allinson, N. M., & Thompson, P. (1993). Chromosome location and feature extraction using neural networks. Image and Vision Computing 11, 235-240.

Thompson, P., & Wright, J. (1994). Movement aftereffect storage is independent of the intervening stimulus pattern. Perception 23 1233-1240. (pdf)

Thompson, P., Stone, L. S., & Swash, S. (1996). Speed estimates from grating patches are not contrast-normalized. Vision Research 36, 667-674. (pdf)

Snow, H., Monk, A., & Thompson, P. (1996). Guidelines for the use of multiple choice and computer presented tests for university assessment. Psychology Software News 7, 4-8.

Thompson, P., & Stone, L. S. (1997). Contrast affects flicker and speed perception differently. Vision Research 37, 1255-1260. (pdf)

Hammett, S. T., Thompson, P. G., & Bedingham, S. (2000). The dynamics of velocity adaptation in human vision. Current Biology 10, 1123-1126. (pdf)

Banton, P., Thompson, P., & Quinlan, P. (2001). The effect of geometric field of view on stereoscopic spatial judgements. Human Factors 43, 405-414,

Thompson, P. (2002). Eyes wide apart: overestimating interpupillary distance. Perception, 31, 651-656. (pdf)

Thompson, P. (2003). Viperlib: a web library of images for perception. Perception, 32, 1285-1287.

Hammett, S.T., Champion, R.A., Morland, A.B., & Thompson, P.G. (2005). A ratio model of perceived speed in the human visual system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 272, 2351-2356. (pdf)

Thompson, P., Brooks, K., & Hammett, S.T. (2006). Reducing stimulus contrast: speed can go up as well as down. Vision Research, 46, 782-786. (pdf)

Howe, P.D.L., Thompson, P., Anstis, S.M., Sagreiya, H., & Livingstone, M.S. (2006). Explaining the Footstaps, Bellydance, Wenceslas and Kickback illusions. Journal of Vision 6 1396-1405. (pdf)

Champion, R.A., Hammett, S., & Thompson, P. (2007). Perceived direction of plaid motion is not predicted by component speeds. Vision Research, 47 375-383. (pdf)

Hammett, S., Champion, R.A., Thompson, P., & Morland, A.B. (2007). Perceptual distortions of speed at low luminance: Evidence inconsistent with a Bayesian account of speed encoding. Vision Research 564-568. (pdf)

Thompson, P, Papadopoulou, G. & Vassiliou, E. (2007) The origins of entasis: illusion, aesthetics or engineering? Spatial Vision 20 531-543. (pdf)

Thompson, P. & Burr, D. (2009) Visual aftereffects. Current Biology 19 R11-R13. (pdf)


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