Spatial Scale Interactions in Vision and Eye Movement Control

Guest Editors: Harvey Smallman and John Findlay

UC San Diego and University of Durham

Two Special issues of Perception


Based on presentations made at an international workshop held at the University of Durham UK on September, 16-17th 1996 organised by the guest editors

Perception Editor-in-chief Richard L Gregory

Administrative Manager: Lesley Sackett
Perceptual Systems Research Centre,
Department of Psychology,
University of Bristol,
8 Woodland Road,
Bristol BS8 1TN,

Contents of Part one, Volume 26, Issue 8

Guest Editorial: Spatial scale interactions in vision and eye movement control
Smallman H S and Findlay J M
Obituary for Keith H Ruddock
Morland A 
Evolving concepts of spatial channels in vision : from independence to nonlinear interactions
Wilson H R and Wilkinson F  
Independent processing across spatial frequency in moving broadband patterns
Eagle R A  
Spatial scale interactions in stereo sensitivity and the neural representation of binocular disparity
Smallman H S and MacLeod D I A
Local and global representations of velocity : transparency, opponency, and global direction perception
Braddick O J 
Discrimination of changes in the slopes of the amplitude spectra of natural images : band-limited contrast and psychometric functions
Tolhurst D J and Tadmor Y 
Flexible, diagnostically-driven, rather than fixed, perceptually determined, scale selection in scene and face recognition
Schyns P G and Oliva A 
Speed of processing and stimulus complexity in low and high frequency channels
Hoeger R 
Spatial scale interactions and visual tracking performance
Hughes H C, Aronchick D M and Nelson M D 
Fixation patterns made during brief examination of 2-D images
Mannan S K, Ruddock K H and Wooding D S 

Contents of Part two, Volume 26, Issue 9

The combination of filters in early spatial vision: a retrospective analysis of the MIRAGE model
Morgan M J and Watt R J
Spatial scale interactions and image statistics
Brady N 
Complex pattern discriminations : orientation information is integrated across spatial scale : spatial frequency information and contrast information is not
Olzak L A and Wickens T D  
Interactions of spatial frequency and unequal monocular contrasts in stereopsis
Cormack L K, Stevenson S B and Landers D D
Spatial scale in stereo and shape-from-shading: image, input, mechanisms, and tasks
Mallot H A 
The use of image blur as a depth cue
Mather G  
Spatial scale and saccade programming
Findlay J M and Gilchrist I D 
Evidence for the view that spatio-temporal integration in vision is temporally anisotropic
Parker D M, Lishman J R and Hughes J 
The effects of coarseness of quantisation, exposure duration, and selective spatial attention on the perception of spatially quantised ("blocked") visual images
Bachmann T and Kahusk N 
Integration of physical and semantic information in object processing
Boucart M and Humphreys G W 
Book reviews 1121-1214

Harvey Smallman October 16, 1997