Publications

Preprints (under review or work in progress)

Revina, Y. & Maus, G.W. (2019). Stronger perceptual filling-in of spatiotemporal information in the blind spot compared to artificial gaps. PsyArXiv, 8 October.

Maus, G.W., Goh, H.L., & Lisi, M. (2019). Perceived compression of time during blinks revealed by moving objects.  PsyArXiv, 4 February.

Ang, A.J.W. & Maus, G.W. (2018). Boosted visual performance after eye blinks. PsyArXiv, 26 August.

Peer-reviewed journals

Lau, W.K. & Maus, G.W. (in press). Visual serial dependence in an audiovisual stimulus. Journal of Vision.

Lau, W.K. & Maus, G.W. (2019). Directional biases for blink adaptation in voluntary and reflexive eye blinks. Journal of Vision 19(3): 13.

Chen, Z., Denison, R.N., Whitney, D., & Maus, G.W. (2018). Illusory occlusion affects stereoscopic depth perception. Scientific Reports 8: 5297.

Maus, G.W., Duyck, M., Lisi, M., Collins, T., Whitney, D., & Cavanagh, P. (2017). Target displacements during eye blinks trigger automatic recalibration of gaze direction. Current Biology 27(3): 445-450.

Veras, C., Pham, Q.-C., & Maus, G.W. (2017). The Silhouette Zoetrope: a new blend of motion, mirroring, depth, and size illusions. iPerception 8(2): 1-8.

Chen, Z., Maus, G.W., Whitney, D., & Denison, R.N. (2017). Filling-in rivalry: Perceptual alternations in the absence of retinal image conflict. Journal of Vision 17(1): 8.

Maus, G.W., & Whitney, D. (2016). Motion-dependent filling-in of spatiotemporal information at the blind spot. PLoS One 11(4): e0153896.

Maus, G.W., Potapchuk, E., Watamaniuk, S.N.J., & Heinen, S.J. (2015). Different time scales of motion integration for anticipatory smooth pursuit and perceptual adaptation. Journal of Vision 15(2): 16.

Maus, G.W., Chaney, W., Liberman, A., & Whitney, D. (2013). The challenge of measuring long-term positive aftereffects. Current Biology, 23(10): R438-439

Maus, G.W., Fischer, J., & Whitney, D. (2013). Motion-dependent representation of space in area MT+. Neuron, 78(3): 554-562

Maus, G.W., Ward, J., Nijhawan, R., & Whitney, D. (2013). The perceived position of moving objects: Transcranial magnetic stimulation of area MT+ reduces the flash-lag effect. Cerebral Cortex 23: 241-247

Kosovicheva, A.A., Maus, G.W., Anstis, S., Cavanagh, P., Tse, P.U., & Whitney, D. (2012). The motion-induced shift in the perceived location of a grating also shifts its aftereffect. Journal of Vision 12(8): 7.

Maus, G.W., Fischer, J., & Whitney, D. (2011). Crowding is based on perceived stimulus position. PLoS ONE 6(5): e19796.

Maus, G.W., Weigelt, S., Nijhawan, R., & Muckli, L. (2010). Does area V3A predict positions of moving objects? Frontiers in Psychology 1: 186.

Banissy, M., Cohen Kadosh, R., Maus, G.W., Walsh, V., & Ward, J. (2009). Prevalence and characteristics of mirror-touch synaesthesia. Experimental Brain Research 198(2-3): 261-272.

Maus, G.W. & Nijhawan, R. (2009). Going, going, gone: Localizing abrupt offsets of moving objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35(3): 611-626.

Maus, G.W. & Nijhawan, R. (2008). Motion extrapolation into the blind spot. Psychological Science 19(11): 1087-1091.

Maus, G.W. (2007). Swimming with and against the stream: Does motor adaptation to lateral forces influence visual motion perception? Journal of Neuroscience 27(49): 13367-13368.

Maus, G.W. & Nijhawan, R. (2006). Forward displacements of fading objects in motion: The role of transient signals in perceiving position. Vision Research 46(26): 4375-4381.

Book chapters

Maus, G.W., Khurana, B., & Nijhawan, R. (2010). History and theory of flash-lag: past, present, and future. In R. Nijhawan & B. Khurana (eds.) Space and time in perception and action. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

 

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