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  • Popple, A. V., Smallman, H. S., and Findlay, J. M. (1998). The area of spatial integration for initial horizontal disparity vergence. Vision Research, 38, 2, 319-326.

  • Popple, A. V., and Findlay, J. M. (1999). 'Coarse to fine' cyclopean processing. Perception, 28, 155-165.

  • Popple, A. V. and Sagi, D. (2000). A Fraser illusion with no local cues. Vision Research, 40, 873-878.

  • Popple, A. V. and Levi, D. M. (2000). A new illusion demonstrates long-range processing. Vision Research, 40, 2545-2549.

  • Popple, A. V., and Levi, D. M. (2000). Amblyopes see true alignment where normal observers see illusory tilt. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 97, 11667-11672.

  • Popple, A. V., Polat, U., and Bonneh, Y. (2001). Collinear effects on 3-Gabor alignment as a function of spacing, orientation and detectability. Spatial Vision, 14, 139-150.

  • Wright, M. J., Alston, L., and Popple, A. V. (2002). Set size effects for spatial frequency change and discrimination in multiple targets. Spatial Vision, 15, 157-170.

  • Popple, A. V., and Levi, D. M. (2002). Collinearity improves alignment - response to Keeble and Hess (1998). Vision Research, 32, 1431-1433.

  • Petrov, Y., and Popple, A. V. (2002). Effects of negative afterimages in visual illusions. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 19, 1107-1111.

  • Skillen, J., Whitaker, D., Popple, A. V., and McGraw, P. V. (2002). The importance of spatial scale in determining illusions of orientation. Vision Research, 42, 2447-2455.

  • Popple, A. V. (2003). Context effects on texture border localization bias. Vision Research, 43, 739-743.

  • Popple, A. V. and Levi, D. M. (2004). Combining cues in contour orientation discrimination. Vision Research, 44, 3081-3090.

  • Popple, A. V. and Levi, D. M. (2004). Location coding by the human visual system: Multiple topological adaptations in a case of strabismic amblyopia. Perception, 34, 87-107.

  • Popple, A. V. and Levi, D. M. (2005). The perception of spatial order at a glance. Vision Research, 45, 1085-1090.

  • Popple, A. V., Petrov, Y. and Levi, D. M. (2006). Two sources of error in pop-out localization. Vision Research, 46, 293-298.