Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks
Associate Professor, School of Psychological Sciences, Macquarie University
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Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: Implications for models of motion perception
P Thompson, K Brooks, ST Hammett
Vision research 46 (6-7), 782-786, 2006
The body and the beautiful: health, attractiveness and body composition in men’s and women’s bodies
ME Brierley, KR Brooks, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, ID Stephen
PloS one 11 (6), e0156722, 2016
Interocular velocity difference contributes to stereomotion speed perception
KR Brooks
Journal of Vision 2 (3), 2-2, 2002
Body image distortion and exposure to extreme body types: contingent adaptation and cross adaptation for self and other
KR Brooks, JM Mond, RJ Stevenson, ID Stephen
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 204379, 2016
Stereomotion speed perception: Contributions from both changing disparity and interocular velocity difference over a range of relative disparities
KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of vision 4 (12), 6-6, 2004
Independent Aftereffects of Fat and Muscle: Implications for neural encoding, body space representation, and body image disturbance
D Sturman, ID Stephen, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, KR Brooks
Scientific reports 7 (1), 40392, 2017
Stereomotion speed perception is contrast dependent
K Brooks
Perception 30 (6), 725-731, 2001
Individual differences in visual search: Relationship to autistic traits, discrimination thresholds, and speed of processing
J Brock, JY Xu, KR Brooks
Perception 40 (6), 739-742, 2011
Body size and shape misperception and visual adaptation: an overview of an emerging research paradigm
KL Challinor, J Mond, ID Stephen, D Mitchison, RJ Stevenson, P Hay, ...
Journal of International Medical Research 45 (6), 2001-2008, 2017
Perceived speed of motion in depth is reduced in the periphery
K Brooks, G Mather
Vision research 40 (25), 3507-3516, 2000
Human discrimination of visual direction of motion with and without smooth pursuit eye movements
AE Krukowski, KA Pirog, BR Beutter, KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of Vision 3 (11), 16-16, 2003
Visual attention mediates the relationship between body satisfaction and susceptibility to the body size adaptation effect
ID Stephen, D Sturman, RJ Stevenson, J Mond, KR Brooks
PloS one 13 (1), e0189855, 2018
Sensitivity to feature displacement in familiar and unfamiliar faces: Beyond the internal/external feature distinction
KR Brooks, RI Kemp
Perception 36 (11), 1646-1659, 2007
Monocular motion adaptation affects the perceived trajectory of stereomotion.
KR Brooks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (6 …, 2002
Improving unfamiliar face matching by masking the external facial features
RI Kemp, A Caon, M Howard, KR Brooks
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (4), 622-627, 2016
No role for lightness in the perception of black and white? Simultaneous contrast affects perceived skin tone, but not perceived race
KR Brooks, OS Gwinn
Perception 39 (8), 1142-1145, 2010
Stereomotion suppression and the perception of speed: accuracy and precision as a function of 3D trajectory
KR Brooks, LS Stone
Journal of Vision 6 (11), 6-6, 2006
Depth perception and the history of three-dimensional art: Who produced the first stereoscopic images?
KR Brooks
i-Perception 8 (1), 2041669516680114, 2017
Breaking camouflage: Binocular disparity reduces contrast masking in natural images
SG Wardle, J Cass, KR Brooks, D Alais
Journal of vision 10 (14), 38-38, 2010
The high-level basis of body adaptation
KR Brooks, CWG Clifford, RJ Stevenson, J Mond, ID Stephen
Royal Society open science 5 (6), 172103, 2018
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