• PAPERS

    Nawrot, M., Nordenstrom, B. & Olson, A. (2004). Disruption of eye movements by ethanol intoxication affects perception of depth from motion parallax. Psychological Science,15(12), 858-865.

    Nawrot M. (2003). Eye movements provide the extra-retinal signal required for the perception of depth from motion parallax. Vision Research, 43,1553-1562

    Nawrot M. (2003). Depth from motion parallax scales with eye movement gain. Journal of Vision, 3, 841-851

    Nawrot, M., Rizzo, M., Rockland, K. & Howard, M. (2000). A transient deficit of motion perception in human. Vision Research, 40, 3435-3446

    Rizzo M., Anderson S., Dawson J. & Nawrot M. (2000). Vision and cognition in Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychologia, 38, 1157-1169

    Thompson A. & Nawrot M. (1999). Abnormal depth perseption from motion parallax in amblyopic observers. Vision Research, 39, 1407-1413

    Nawrot M. & Rizzo M. (1998). Chronic motion perception deficits from midline cerebellar lesions in human. Vision Research, 38, 2219-2224

    Rizzo M. &Nawrot M. (1998). Perseption of movement and shape in Alzheimer's disease. Brain, 121, 2259-2270

    Patterson, R., Donnelly, M., Phinney, R., Nawrot, M., Whiting, A. & Eyle, T. (1997). Speed discrimination of stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion. Vision Research, 37, 871-878.

    Nawrot, M., Shannon, E. & Rizzo, M. (1996). The relative efficacy of cues for 2-D form perception. Vision Research, 36, 1141-1152.

    Barton, J., Rizzo, M., Nawrot, M. & Simpson, T. (1996). Optical blur and the perception of global coherent motion in random dot cinematograms. Vision Research, 36, 3051-3059.

    Nawrot, M. & Rizzo, M. (1995). Motion perception deficits from mid-line cerebellar lesions in human. Vision Research, 35, 723-731.

    Rizzo, M., Nawrot, M. & Zihl, J. (1995). Motion and shape perception in cerebral akinetopsia. Brain, 118, 1105-1127.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1993). On the perceptual identity of dynamic stereopsis and kinetic depth. Vision Research, 33, 1561-1571.

    Schall, J. D., Nawrot, M., Blake, R. & Yu, K. P. (1993). Visually guided attention is neutralized when informative cues are visible but unperceived. Vision Research, 33, 2057-2064.

    Nawrot, M. & Rizzo, M. (1993). Assessment of shape perception with motion, stereo, and texture cues. In Ophthalmic and Visual Optics/Non-invasive Assesment of the Visual System Technical Digest (Optical Society of America, Washington) Vol 3., 252-255.

    Nawrot, M., Shannon, E. S. & Rizzo, M. (1993). Measuring visual function. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology, 4; VI:30-37.

    Rizzo, M. & Nawrot, M. (1993). Human visual cortex and its disorders. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology, 4; VI: 38-47.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1993). Visual Alchemy: Stereoscopic adaptation produces kinetic depth from random noise. Perception, 22, 635-642.

    Rizzo, M., Nawrot, M., Blake, R. & Damasio, A. (1992). A human visual disorder resembling a V4 lesion in monkey. Neurology, 42, 1175-1180.

    Steinman, S. & Nawrot, M. (1992). Real-time color frame animation for visual psychophysics on the macintosh computer, Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 24, 439-452.

    Steinman, S. & Nawrot, M. (1992). Software for the generation and display of random-dot cinematograms on the macintosh computer, Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 24, 573-574.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1991). The interplay between stereopsis and structure from motion. Perception & Psychophysics, 49, 230-244.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1991). A neural network model of kinetic depth. Visual Neuroscience, 6, 219-227.

    Nawrot, M. & Sekuler, R. (1990). Assimilation and contrast in motion perception: explorations in cooperativity, Vision Research, 30, 1439-1451.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1989). Neural integration of information specifying structure from stereopsis and motion, Science, 244, 716-718.

    Buffington, J., Nawrot, M. & Sekuler, R. (1987). MacCinematogram 1.07d, Software Survey Section, Vision Research, 27, ppV-VI.

    Caelli, T. & Nawrot, M. (1987). Localization of signals in images. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 4, 2274-2280.

    BOOK REVIEWS

    Nawrot, M. (1996). A personal view of perception. Contemporary Psychology, 41, 676-677. A review of Julesz, Bela (1995) Dialogues on Perception. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

    Nawrot, M. (1997). The perception of structure in our world. Contemporary Psychology. A review of Epstein, William, and Rogers, Sheena (Eds.) (1995) Perception of Space and Motion. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

    ABSTRACTS

    Nawrot, M. & Sekuler, R. (1989). Assimilation and contrast in motion perception: explorations in cooperativity. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 30, 72.

    Blake, R. & Nawrot, M. (1989). Evidence indicating a common neural substrate for stereopsis and structure from motion. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 30, 263.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1990). A network model of interactions between motion and stereopsis in the specification of structure. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 31, 529.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1991). Visual alchemy: stereoscopic adaptation creates kinetic depth from noise. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 32, 155.

    Blake, R. & Nawrot, M. (1991). Detection of coherent motion by cats and by humans. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 32, 805.

    Rizzo, M., Blake, R. & Nawrot, M. (1991). Human brain damage mimicking a V4 lesion. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 32, 2198.

    Blake, R. & Nawrot, M. (1991). Stereopsis and kinetic depth: two sides of the same coin? Optical Society of America, 17, 194.

    Nawrot, M. & Rizzo, M. (1992). Abnormal motion perception with human cerebellar lesions. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 33, 2188.

    Yu, K., Blake, R. & Nawrot, M. (1992). Do rival motion aftereffects combine binocularly? Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 33, 3394.

    Nawrot, M. (1993).The role of the cerebellum in visual motion perception. Eighteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Conference, January 17-23, 1993, Jackson Hole, WY.

    Nawrot, M., Rizzo, M., & Damasio, H. (1993). Motion perception in humans with focal cerebral lesions. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 34, 1231.

    Rizzo, M., Nawrot, M. & Zihl, J. (1993). Peception of structure-from-motion and non-motion cues in central akinetopsia. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 34, 1231.

    Grabowski, T., Damasio, H., Frank, R., Boles Ponto, L., Watkins, G., Hichwa, R., Rizzo, M. & Nawrot, M. (1993). A technique for the neuroanatomical analysis of functional brain images. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 19 (2), 1604.

    Nawrot, M. & Blake, R. (1994). Size-distance invariance with kinetic depth and dynamic stereopsis. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 35, 3382.

    Donnelly, M., Whiting, A., Eyle, T., Nawrot, M., Phinney, R., Busch, J. & Patterson, R. (1994). Stereoscopic motion discrimination without position cues: evidence for hypercyclopean motion processing. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 35, 58.

    Nawrot, M. (1996). Perceived depth from observer-induced motion parallax determined with size-distance invariance. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO), 37, S289.

    Rizzo, M. & Nawrot, M. (1996). 3D motion perception in Alzheimer's disease. National Academy of Neurology.

    Nawrot, M. (1997). Role of slow eye movements in depth from motion parallax. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO).

    Rizzo, M. & Nawrot, M. (1997). A transient deficit of first- and second-order motion perception in human. Invest. Ophth. Vis. Sci. (ARVO).

    COLLOQUIA

    McGill University, Department of Psychology - March, 1993; The role of the cerebellum in visual motion perception.

    University of Iowa, Department of Psychology - January, 1994; Seeing in 3-D: Depth from motion and stereopsis.

    Cornell College, Department of Psychology - March, 1994; Motion perception deficits in brain damaged patients.

    York University, Department of Psychology - April, 1994; The neuroanatomy of human motion perception.

    North Dakota State University, Department of Psychology - March, 1995; The neuroanatomy of human motion perception.

    North Dakota State University, Department of Psychology - February, 1996; The perception of depth from motion and stereopsis.

    AD HOC JOURNAL REVIEWER

    Behavioral and Brain Science

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied

    Perception

    Perception and Psychophysics

    Vision Research


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