Keith A. May

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
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    1. Kingdom FAA, Yared KC, Hibbard PB, May KA. Stereoscopic depth adaptation from binocularly correlated versus anti-correlated noise: Test of an efficient coding theory of stereopsis. Vision Res. 2020 01; 166:60-71. PMID: 31855669.
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    2. May KA, Zhaoping L. Face perception inherits low-level binocular adaptation. J Vis. 2019 07 01; 19(7):7. PMID: 31318401.
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    3. May KA, Vincent BT. Fewer Statistical Tests?…?or Better Ones? Perception. 2017 Jan; 46(1):3-5. PMID: 27895291.
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    4. May KA, Zhaoping L. Efficient Coding Theory Predicts a Tilt Aftereffect from Viewing Untilted Patterns. Curr Biol. 2016 06 20; 26(12):1571-1576. PMID: 27291055.
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    5. Solomon JA, May KA, Tyler CW. Inefficiency of orientation averaging: Evidence for hybrid serial/parallel temporal integration. J Vis. 2016; 16(1):13. PMID: 26790845.
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    6. May KA, Solomon JA. Connecting psychophysical performance to neuronal response properties I: Discrimination of suprathreshold stimuli. J Vis. 2015; 15(6):8. PMID: 26024455.
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    7. May KA, Solomon JA. Connecting psychophysical performance to neuronal response properties II: Contrast decoding and detection. J Vis. 2015; 15(6):9. PMID: 26024456.
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    8. Hansen BC, May KA, Hess RF. One "shape" fits all: the orientation bandwidth of contour integration. J Vis. 2014 Nov 18; 14(13):17. PMID: 25406162.
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    9. Dumoulin SO, Hess RF, May KA, Harvey BM, Rokers B, Barendregt M. Contour extracting networks in early extrastriate cortex. J Vis. 2014 May 30; 14(5):18. PMID: 24879865.
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    10. May KA, Solomon JA. Four theorems on the psychometric function. PLoS One. 2013; 8(10):e74815. PMID: 24124456.
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    11. May KA, Zhaoping L. The potential roles of saturating and supersaturating contrast-response functions in conjunction detection: reply to Peirce. J Vis. 2013 Mar 28; 13(4):22. PMID: 23538142.
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    12. McIlhagga WH, May KA. Optimal edge filters explain human blur detection. J Vis. 2012 Sep 14; 12(10):9. PMID: 22984222.
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    13. Huang PC, Maehara G, May KA, Hess RF. Pattern masking: the importance of remote spatial frequencies and their phase alignment. J Vis. 2012 Feb 16; 12(2):14. PMID: 22344314.
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    14. May KA, Zhaoping L, Hibbard PB. Perceived direction of motion determined by adaptation to static binocular images. Curr Biol. 2012 Jan 10; 22(1):28-32. PMID: 22177901.
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    15. May KA, Zhaoping L. Exploring the roles of saturating and supersaturating contrast-response functions in conjunction detection and contrast coding. J Vis. 2011 Aug 23; 11(9):11. PMID: 21862639.
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    16. Zhaoping L, Geisler WS, May KA. Human wavelength discrimination of monochromatic light explained by optimal wavelength decoding of light of unknown intensity. PLoS One. 2011; 6(5):e19248. PMID: 21625482.
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    17. May KA, Zhaoping L. Effects of surrounding frame on visual search for vertical or tilted bars. J Vis. 2009 Dec 29; 9(13):20.1-19. PMID: 20055553.
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    18. May KA, Hess RF. Effects of element separation and carrier wavelength on detection of snakes and ladders: implications for models of contour integration. J Vis. 2008 Oct 21; 8(13):4.1-23. PMID: 19146334.
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    19. Hess RF, Baker DH, May KA, Wang J. On the decline of 1st and 2nd order sensitivity with eccentricity. J Vis. 2008 Jan 28; 8(1):19.1-12. PMID: 18318622.
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    20. May KA, Hess RF. Ladder contours are undetectable in the periphery: a crowding effect? J Vis. 2007 Oct 29; 7(13):9.1-15. PMID: 17997637.
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    21. Georgeson MA, May KA, Freeman TC, Hesse GS. From filters to features: scale-space analysis of edge and blur coding in human vision. J Vis. 2007 Oct 19; 7(13):7.1-21. PMID: 17997635.
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    22. May KA, Hess RF. Dynamics of snakes and ladders. J Vis. 2007 Sep 28; 7(12):13.1-9. PMID: 17997655.
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    23. May KA, Georgeson MA. Added luminance ramp alters perceived edge blur and contrast: a critical test for derivative-based models of edge coding. Vision Res. 2007 Jun; 47(13):1721-31. PMID: 17467769.
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    24. May KA, Georgeson MA. Blurred edges look faint, and faint edges look sharp: the effect of a gradient threshold in a multi-scale edge coding model. Vision Res. 2007 Jun; 47(13):1705-20. PMID: 17442367.
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    25. Zhaoping L, May KA. Psychophysical tests of the hypothesis of a bottom-up saliency map in primary visual cortex. PLoS Comput Biol. 2007 Apr 06; 3(4):e62. PMID: 17411335.
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