Dovencioglu, D.N., Welchman, A.E., Schofield A.J., (2013) Perceptual learning of second order cues for layer decomposition. Vision Research, 77, 1-9
Sun P., & Schofield A.J. (2012) Two operational modes in the perception of shape-from-shading revealed by the effects of edge information in slant settings. Journal of Vision, 12 (1): 12. doi:10.1167/12.1.12
Schofield, A.J., Rock, P.B., & Georgeson, M.A. (2011) Sun and sky: Does human vision assume a mixture of point and diffuse illumination when interpreting shape-from-shading? Vision Research, 51, (21-22), 2317-2330.
Jiang X., Schofield A.J., & Wyatt J.L. (2011), Shadow Detection based on Colour Segmentation and Estimated Illumination. Proceeding of the 22nd British Machine Vision Conference 2011 (BMVC2011), Jesse Hoey, Stephen McKenna and Emanuele Trucco, editors, BMVA Press, September 2011. doi:10.5244/C.25
Sun, P., Schofield A.J., (2011) The efficacy of local luminance amplitude in disambiguating the origin of luminance signals depends on carrier frequency: Further evidence for the active role of second-order vision in layer decomposition, Vision Research, 51, 496–507
Jiang, X., Schofield, A.J., Wyatt, J.L., (2010) Correlation-Based Intrinsic Image Extraction from a Single Image, in K. Daniilidis, P. Maragos, N. Paragios (Eds.) ECCV 2010, Part IV, LNCS 6314, pp. 58–71, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Schofield A.J., Rock, P.B., Sun P., Jiang, X, Georgeson M.A., (2010) What is second-order vision for? Discriminating illumination versus material changes, Journal of Vision 10(9): 2; doi:10.1167/10.9.2.
Rothtein, P., Schofield, A, Funes, M.J., Humphreys, G.W., (2010) Effects of spatial frequency bands on perceptual decision: It is not the stimuli but the comparison. Journal of Vision 10(10): 25; doi:10.1167/10.10.25
Georgeson, M.A., Yates, T.A., & Schofield, A.J., (2009). Depth propagation and surface construction in 3-D vision. Vision Research, 49, 84-95.
Georgeson, M.A., Yates, T.A., & Schofield A.J., (2008). Discriminating depth in corrugated stereo surfaces: Facilitation by a pedestal is explained by removal of uncertainty. Vision Research, 48, 2321-2328.
Riddoch, M. J., Humphreys, G., Akhtar, N., Allen, H., Bracewell, R.M., Schofield, A. (2008). A tale of two agnosias: Distinctions between form and integrative agnosia, Cognitive Neuropsychology, 25, 56-92.
Schofield, A. J., Ledgeway, T., & Hutchinson, C. V. (2007). Asymmetric transfer of the dynamic motion aftereffect between first- and second-order cues and among different second-order cues. Journal of Vision, 7(8):1, 1-12
Schofield, A.J., Hesse, G., Rock, P.B., Georgeson, M.A. (2006) Local luminance amplitude modulates the interpretation of shape-from-shading in textured surfaces. Vision Research, 46, 3462-3482
Schofield, A.J., Bishop, N.J., and Allan, J. (2006) Oscillatory motion induces change blindness. Acta Psychologica, 121, 249-274
Cruickshank, A.G, and Schofield A.J. (2005) Transfer of tilt after-effects between second-order cues. Spatial Vision, 18, 379-398
Schofield, A.J, and Yates, T.A. (2005) Interactions between orientation and contrast modulations suggest limited cross-cue linkage. Perception, 34, 769-792
Schofield, A.J, and Georgeson, M.A. (2003) Sensitivity to contrast modulations: the spatial frequency dependence of second-order vision, Vision Research 43, 243-259
Georgeson, M.A, and Schofield, A.J. (2002) Shading and Texture: separate information channels with a common adaptation mechanism?, Spatial Vision, 16, 59-76.
Schofield, A.J, and Georgeson, M.A. (2000) The temporal properties of first- and second-order vision, Vision Research, 40, 2475-2487
Schofield, A.J. (2000) What does second-order vision see in an image', Perception, 29, 1071-1086
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