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Measuring the structure of dynamic visual signals
Correspondence: R. Peters, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW 2109, Australia (email: richard@ galliform.psy.mq.edu.au). C. W. G. Clifford is at the School of Psychology,Expand
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Perceptual and physiological responses to the visual complexity of fractal patterns.
Fractals have experienced considerable success in quantifying the complex structure exhibited by many natural patterns and have captured the imagination of scientists and artists alike. With everExpand
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Gaze categorization under uncertainty: psychophysics and modeling.
The accurate perception of another person's gaze direction underlies most social interactions and provides important information about his or her future intentions. As a first step to measuring gazeExpand
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Fractals: A Resonance between Art and Nature
The discovery of fractal patterns was an interesting advance in the understanding of nature [1, 2]. Since the 1970s many natural scenes have been shown to be composed of fractal patterns. ExamplesExpand
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Beauty and the beholder: the role of visual sensitivity in visual preference
For centuries, the essence of aesthetic experience has remained one of the most intriguing mysteries for philosophers, artists, art historians and scientists alike. Recently, views emphasizing theExpand
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A Bayesian approach to person perception
Here we propose a Bayesian approach to person perception, outlining the theoretical position and a methodological framework for testing the predictions experimentally. We use the term personExpand
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A bias-minimising measure of the influence of head orientation on perceived gaze direction
The orientation of the head is an important cue for gaze direction, and its role has been explained in a dual route model. The model incorporates both an attractive and a repulsive effect of headExpand
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Perceptual and Physiological Responses to the Visual Complexity of Pollock ’ s Dripped Fractal Patterns
R.P. Taylor, B. Spehar, J.A. Wise, C.W.G. Clifford, B.R. Newell and T.P. Martin Physics Department, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, email: rpt@darkwing.uoregon.edu School of Psychology, UniversityExpand
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Spatial limitations in averaging social cues
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We used an equivalent noise procedure to compare observers’ ability to average social cues with their averaging of a non-social cue. Expand
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The Visual Complexity of Pollock’s Dripped Fractals
Fractals have experienced considerable success in quantifying the complex structure exhibited by many natural patterns and have captured the imagination of scientists and artists alike [Mandelbrot].Expand
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