Journal publications


Scarfe, P.  and Glennerster, A. (in press). The science behind virtual reality displays.


Hornsey, R. L., Hibbard, P. B. and Scarfe, P. (2016). Binocular depth judgements on smoothly curved surfaces. PLOS One, 11 (11), 1-18. pdf


Hornsey, R. L., Hibbard, P. B. and Scarfe, P. (2015). Ordinal judgements of depth in monocularly- and binocularly-viewed photographs of complex natural scenes. Proceedings of the International Conference of 3D Imaging. pdf


Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. (2015). Using high-fidelity virtual reality to study perception in freely moving observers. Journal of Vision, 15 (9), 1-11. pdf and movies


Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. (2014). Humans use predictive kinematic models to calibrate visual cues to three-dimensional surface slant. Journal of Neuroscience, 34 (31), 10394-10401. pdf


Johnston, A. and Scarfe, P. (2013). The role of the harmonic vector average in motion integration. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 7(146). pdf


Scarfe, P. and Hibbard, P. B. (2013). Reverse correlation reveals how observers sample visual information when estimating three-dimensional shape. Vision Research, 86, 115-127. pdf


Hibbard, P. B., Goutcher, R., O’Kane, L. M. and Scarfe, P. (2012). Misperception of aspect ratio in binocularly viewed surfaces. Vision Research, 70, 34-43. pdf


Scarfe, P. and Johnston, A. (2011). Global motion coherence can influence the representation of ambiguous local motion. Journal of Vision, 11(12), 1-11. pdf


Scarfe, P. and Hibbard, P. B. (2011). Statistically optimal integration of biased sensory estimates. Journal of Vision, 11(7), 1-17. pdf


Scarfe, P. and Johnston, A. (2010). Motion drag induced by global motion Gabor arrays. Journal of Vision, 10(5), 1-15. pdf


Scarfe, P. and Hibbard, P. B. (2006). Disparity-defined objects moving in depth do not elicit three-dimensional shape constancy. Vision Research, 46, 1599-1610. pdf



Manuscripts: submitted or in preparation


Hibbard, P. B., Hornsey, R., Scarfe, P. and Khan, N. Z. (in prep). The contribution of binocular and motion cues to depth realism in complex naturalistic scenes.


Scarfe, P., Gootjes-Dreesbach, L. and Glennerster, A. (in prep). Sensory cues used to determine 3D world stability. poster and poster


Scarfe, P. and Hibbard, P. B. (in prep). A Bayesian model of distance perception from ocular convergence. poster


Scarfe, P. and Glennerster, A. (in prep). Optimal estimates of distance and direction are mutually inconsistent.



Book reviews / other


Scarfe, P. (2004). Sight unseen: An exploration of conscious and unconscious vision. Perception, 33, 1400-1402. pdf



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