David R. Badcock
David R. Badcock
Human Vision Laboratory, School of Psychology, The University of Western Australia
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Specific reading disability: differences in contrast sensitivity as a function of spatial frequency
WJ Lovegrove, A Bowling, D Badcock, M Blackwood
Science 210 (4468), 439-440, 1980
Abnormal global processing along the dorsal visual pathway in autism: a possible mechanism for weak visuospatial coherence?
E Pellicano, L Gibson, M Maybery, K Durkin, DR Badcock
Neuropsychologia 43 (7), 1044-1053, 2005
The effects of contrast, stimulus duration, and spatial frequency on visible persistence in normal and specifically disabled readers
D Badcock, W Lovegrove
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 7 (3 …, 1981
Low-frequency filtering and the processing of local—global stimuli
JC Badcock, FA Whitworth, DR Badcock, WJ Lovegrove
Perception 19 (5), 617-629, 1990
Separate detectors for simple and complex grating patterns?
AM Derrington, DR Badcock
Vision research 25 (12), 1869-1878, 1985
Global visual processing and self-rated autistic-like traits
EJ Grinter, MT Maybery, PL Van Beek, E Pellicano, JC Badcock, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39, 1278-1290, 2009
Contrast sensitivity functions and specific reading disability
W Lovegrove, F Martin, A Bowling, M Blackwood, D Badcock, S Paxton
Neuropsychologia 20 (3), 309-315, 1982
Vision in developmental disorders: is there a dorsal stream deficit?
EJ Grinter, MT Maybery, DR Badcock
Brain research bulletin 82 (3-4), 147-160, 2010
Asymmetries in the sensitivity to motion in depth: A centripetal bias
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Perception 22 (9), 1013-1023, 1993
Coherent global motion in the absence of coherent velocity signals
J Ross, DR Badcock, A Hayes
Current Biology 10 (11), 679-682, 2000
Spatial location and hyperacuity: The centre/surround localization contribution function has two substrates
DR Badcock, G Westheimer
Vision research 25 (9), 1259-1267, 1985
Depth-increment detection function for individual spatial channels
DR Badcock, CM Schor
JOSA A 2 (7), 1211-1216, 1985
Visual field losses in subjects with migraine headaches
AM McKendrick, AJ Vingrys, DR Badcock, JT Heywood
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 41 (5), 1239-1247, 2000
Discriminating the direction of second-order motion at short stimulus durations
AM Derrington, DR Badcock, GB Henning
Vision research 33 (13), 1785-1794, 1993
Contrast sensitivity changes due to glaucoma and normal aging: low-spatial-frequency losses in both magnocellular and parvocellular pathways
AM McKendrick, GP Sampson, MJ Walland, DR Badcock
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 48 (5), 2115-2122, 2007
Global motion perception: interaction of the ON and OFF pathways
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Vision research 34 (21), 2849-2858, 1994
The low level motion system has both chromatic and luminance inputs
AM Derrington, DR Badcock
Vision research 25 (12), 1879-1884, 1985
Brief report: Visuospatial analysis and self-rated autistic-like traits
EJ Grinter, PL Van Beek, MT Maybery, DR Badcock
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 39, 670-677, 2009
Global motion perception: No interaction between the first-and second-order motion pathways
M Edwards, DR Badcock
Vision research 35 (18), 2589-2602, 1995
Motion processing deficits in migraine
AM McKendrick, DR Badcock
Cephalalgia 24 (5), 363-372, 2004
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