Publications

Harrison, S. J. & Backus, B. T. (2012) Associative learning of shape as a cue to appearance: A new demonstration of cue recruitment Journal of Vision 12(3)15

Harrison, S.J., Backus, B.T., & Jain, A (2011) Disambiguation of Necker cube rotation by monocular and binocular depth cues: Relative effectiveness for establishing long-term bias. Vision Research: 51: 978-986

Harrison, S.J. & Backus, B.T.(2010) Uninformative visual experience establishes long term perceptual bias Vision Research: 50: 1905-1911

Harrison, S.J., Backus, B.T. (2010) Disambiguating Necker cube rotation using a location cue: What types of spatial location signal can the visual system learn? Journal of Vision: 10(6):23: 1-15

Jain, A., Backus, B.T. (2010) Experience affects the use of ego-motion signals during 3D shape perception Journal of Vision 10(14):30: 1-14

Jain, A., Fuller, S. & Backus, B.T. (2010) Absence of Cue-Recruitment for Extrinsic Signals: Sounds, Spots, and Swirling Dots Fail to Influence Perceived 3D Rotation Direction after Training PLoS One 5(14)

Wilmer, J.B., Backus, B.T. (2009) Genetic and environmental contributions to strabismus and phoria: Evidence from twins Vision Research 49: 2485-2493

Backus, B.T. (2009) The Mixture of Bernoulli Experts: A theory to quantify reliance on cues in dichotomous perceptual decisions Journal of Vision 9(1):6: 1-19

Wallis, G., Backus, B.T., Langer, M., Huebner, G., & Bülthoff, H. (2009) Learning illumination- and orientation-invariant representations of objects through temporal association Journal of Vision 9(7):6: 1–8

Di Luca, M.D., Ernst, M.O., Backus, B.T (2010). Learning to Use an Invisible Visual Signal for Perception. Current Biology 20:1860–1863

Wilmer J.B. & Backus, B.T. (2008) Self-reported Magic Eye stereogram skill predicts stereoacuity. Perception 37: 1297-1300

Saunders, J.A., Backus, B.T. (2007) Both parallelism and orthogonality are used to perceive 3D slant of rectangles from 2D images Journal of Vision 7(6):7: 1-11

Backus, B.T., Haijang, Q. (2007) Competition between newly recruited and pre-existing visual cues during the construction of visual appearance. Vision Research 47: 919-924

Duke, P.A., Oruc, I., Haijiang, Q., Backus, B.T. (2006) Depth aftereffects mediated by vertical disparities: Evidence for vertical disparity driven calibration of extraretinal signals during stereopsis. Vision Research 46 228-241

Haijang, Q., Saunders, J.A., Stone, R.W., & Backus, B.T. (2006) Demonstration of cue recruitment: Change in visual appearance by means of Pavlovian conditioning. PNAS 103:2: 483-488

Saunders, J.A., Backus, B.T. (2006) The accuracy and reliability of perceived depth from linear perspective as a function of image size. Journal of Vision 6: 933-954

Saunders, J.A., Backus, B.T. (2006) Perception of surface slant from oriented textures Journal of Vision 6: 882–897

Backus, B.T., Oruc, I. (2005) . Illusory motion from change over time in the response to contrast and luminance Journal of Vision 5: 1055-1069

Zabulis, X., Backus. B.T. (2004) Starry night: a texture devoid of depth cues. Journal of Optical Society of America 21:11: 2049-2060

Backus, B.T., Matza-Brown, D. (2003) The contribution of vergence change to the measurement of relative disparity Journal of Vision 3: 737-750

Backus, B.T. (2002) Perceptual Metamers in Stereoscopic Vision

Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T., & Banks, R.S. (2002) Is vertical disparity used to determine azimuth? (2002)Vision Research 42: 801-807

Banks, M.S., Hooge, I.T.C., & Backus, B.T. (2001) Perceiving slant about a horizontal axis from stereopsis Journal of Vision 1: 2: 55-78.

Backus, B.T. (2000) Stereoscopic vision: What’s the first step? Current Biology 10 R701-R703

Wandell, B.A., Chial, S. & Backus, B.T. (2000) Visualization and Measurement of the Cortical Surface Cortical Visualization

van Ee, R., Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T. (1999) Perceived visual direction near an occluder. Vision Research 39: 4085-4097.

van Ee, R., Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T. (1999) An analysis of binocular slant contrast Perception 28: 1121-1145.

Backus, B.T. & Banks, M.S. (1999) Estimator reliability and distance scaling in stereoscopic slant perception. Perception 28: 217-242

Backus, B.T., Banks, M.S., van Ee, R., Crowell, J.A. (1999) Horizontal and vertical disparity, eye position, and stereoscopic slant perception Vision Research 39: 1143-1170

Banks, M.S. & Backus, B.T. (1998) . Extra-retinal and perspective cues cause the small range of the induced effect Vision Research 38: 187-194.

Banks, M.S., van Ee, R., & Backus, B.T. (1997) The computation of binocular visual direction, A re-examination of Mansfield and Legge. Vision Research 37: 1605-1610