Ellen Berends, Ph.D
My Research interest
- adaptation to horizontal and vertical disparity
- disparity gradient versus binocular parallax
- the influence of eye movements on slant perception
- Technical University of Twente, The Netherlands, M.Sc., Applied Physics (1996)
- Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, PhD., Psychophysics, Stereo-vision (2001)
- Berends E.M., Zhang Z.L., Schor C.M.: Eye movements can facilitate stereo-slant discrimination when horizontal disparity is noisy. Journal of Vision, 3, 11, 780 - 794, 2003.
- Zhang Z.L., Berends E.M., Schor C.M.: Thresholds for stereo-slant discrimination between spatially separated targets are influenced mainly by visual and memory factors but not oculomotor instability. Journal of Vision, 3, 710 - 724, 2003.
- Berends, E. M., Van Ee, R. & Erkelens, C. J. (2002). Vertical disparity can alter perceived direction. Perception, 31, 1323-1333.
- Berends, E. M. & Erkelens, C. J. (2001). Strength of depth effects induced by three types of vertical disparity. Vision Research, 41, 37-45.
- Berends, E. M. & Erkelens, C. J. (2001). Adaptation to disparity but not to perceived depth. Vision Research, 41, 883 - 892.