1. Allison RS, Wilcox LM, Anthony RC, Helliker J, Dunk B (2017) Expert viewer’ preferences for higher frame rate 3D film. Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, 60, 1-9. [PDF]
  2. Wilcox, Laurie M., Brittney Hartle, Aliya Solski, Kevin J. Mackenzie, and Deborah Giaschi. (2017). "Disparity Configuration Influences Depth Discrimination in Naive Adults, but not in Children." Vision Research. [PDF]
  3. Kim, Minjung, Laurie M. Wilcox, and Richard F. Murray (2016). "Perceived Three-dimensional Shape Toggles Perceived Glow." Current Biology Magazine. [PDF]
  4. Wilcox, Laurie M., Robert S. Allison, John Helliker, Bert Dunk, and Roy C. Anthony (2015). "Evidence That Viewers Prefer Higher Frame-Rate Film." ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]
  5. Deas, Lesley M., and Laurie M. Wilcox (2015). "Perceptual Grouping via Binocular Disparity: The Impact of Stereoscopic Good Continuation." Journal of Vision. [PDF] 
  6. Deas, L. M., and L. M. Wilcox (2014). "Gestalt Grouping via Closure Degrades Suprathreshold Depth Percepts." Journal of Vision. [PDF]
  7. Lugtigheid, A. J., L. M. Wilcox, R. S. Allison, and I. P. Howard (2014). "Vergence Eye Movements Are Not Essential for Stereoscopic Depth." Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. [PDF]
  8. Stransky, Debi, Laurie M. Wilcox, and Robert S. Allison (2014). "Effects of Long-Term Exposure on Sensitivity and Comfort with Stereoscopic Displays." ACM Transactions on Applied Perception. [PDF]
  9. Giaschi, D., R. Lo, S. Narasimhan, C. Lyons, and L. M. Wilcox (2013). "Sparing of Coarse Stereopsis in Stereodeficient Children with a History of Amblyopia." Journal of Vision. [PDF]
  10. Giaschi, Deborah, Sathyasri Narasimhan, Aliya Solski, Emily Harrison, and Laurie M. Wilcox (2013). "On the Typical Development of Stereopsis: Fine and Coarse Processing." Vision Research. [PDF]
  11. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, Allison RS (2012) Da vinci decoded: Does da vinci stereopsis rely on disparity? 12 (12), 1-17. [PDF]
  12. Tsirlin I, Allison RS, Wilcox LM (2012) Perceptual asymmetry reveals neural substrates underlying stereoscopic transparency. Vision Research, 54, 1-11. [PDF]
  13. Allison RS,  Irving EL, Babu R, Lillakas L, Gutherie S and Wilcox LM (2012) Visibility of Color Breakup Phenomena in Displays based on Narrowband Spectral Sources. Journal of Display Technology, 8, 4, 186-193. [PDF]
  14. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and Allison RS (2012). The effect of crosstalk on depth magnitude in thin structures. Journal of Electronic Imaging, 21, DOI:10.1117/1.JEI.21.1.011003 [PDF]
  15. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and Allison, RS (2011) Disparity biasing in depth from monocular occlusions, Vision Research, 51, 1699-1711. [PDF]
  16. Tsirlin I, Wilcox LM, and Allison RS (2011) The effect of crosstalk on perceived depth from disparity and monocular occlusions,IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, 99, pp. 1-9. [PDF]
  17. Tsirlin I, Wilcox, LM, and Allison RS (2010). Monocular occlusions determine the perceived shape and depth of occluding surfaces, Journal of Vision 10(6):11. [PDF]
  18. Stransky D, Wilcox LM, and Dubrowsky A (2010) Mental Rotation: Cross-task training and generalization. The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16, 4, 349-360. [PDF]
  19. Tsirlin I., Wilcox L.M. , and Allison R.S. (2010) Perceptual artefacts in random dot stereograms, Perception, 39, 349-355. [PDF]
  20. Wilcox L.M. and Allison R.S. (2009) Coarse-fine dichotomies in human stereopsis. Invited paper in Special Issue of Vision Research 49, 2653–2665. [PDF]
  21. Harris J.M. and Wilcox L.M. (2009) The role of monocularly visible regions in the perception of three-dimensional scenes.Invited paper in Special Issue of Vision Research 49, 2666-2685. [PDF]
  22. Fukuda K., Wilcox L.M. , Allison R.S., and Howard I.P. (2009) A reevaluation of the tolerance to vertical misalignment in stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 9, 2, 1-8[PDF]
  23. Hess R.F., and Wilcox L.M. (2008) The transient nature of 2nd-order stereopsis. Vision Research, 11, 1327-1334. [PDF]
  24. Tsirlin, I, Allison, R.S. and Wilcox L.M. (2008) Stereoscopic transparency: constraints on the perception of multiple surfaces. Journal of Vision, 8, 5,5. [PDF]
  25. MacKenzie, K.J., Murray, R.F. and Wilcox L.M. (2008) The intrinsic constraint approach to cue combination:  an empirical and theoretical evaluation. Journal of Vision, 8, 8, 1-10. [PDF]
  26. Wilcox L.M. , Harris J.P., and McKee S.P. (2007) The role of binocular stereopsis in monoptic depth perception. Vision Research, 47, 18, 2367-2377. [PDF]
  27. Wilcox L.M. and Lakra D. C. (2007) Depth from binocular half-occlusions in stereoscopic images of natural scenes.Perception, 36(6) 830 – 839. [PDF]
  28. Wilcox L.M. , Allison R., Elfassy S. and Grelik C. (2006) Personal space in virtual reality. ACM Trans. Applied Perception, 3, (4), 412-428.  [PDF]
  29. Hess R.F. and Wilcox L.M. (2006) Stereo dynamics are not scale-dependent. Vision Research, 46, (12), 1911-1923. [PDF]
  30. Wilcox L.M. and Duke P.A. (2005) Spatial and temporal properties of stereoscopic surface interpolation, Perception, 34, (11), 1325-1338. [PDF]
  31. Wilcox L.M. and Duke P.A. (2003) Stereoscopic surface interpolation supports lightness constancy. Psychological Science, 14, (5), 525-530. [PDF]
  32. Duke, P.A. & Wilcox, L.M. (2003). Adaptation to vertical disparity induced depth: implications for disparity processing.Vision Research, 43, (2), 135-147.  [PDF]
  33. Wilcox L.M. , Elder JH and Hess RF (2000) The effects of blur and size on monocular and stereoscopic localization. Vision Research, 40, 3575-3584. [PDF]


  1. Wilcox L.M., Allison R.S., Helliker J., Dunk B., & Anthony R.C. (2015). "Evidence that viewers prefer higher frame rate film". Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany. [PDF]
  2. Marianovski M., Wilcox L.M., & Allison R.S. (2015). "Evaluation of the impact of high frame rates on legibility in S3D film". Society on Applied Perception Meeting, Tubingen, Germany. [PDF]
  3. Hartle B., Lugtigheid A., Kazimi A., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2015) "Preference for motion and depth in 3D film". Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXVI Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]
  4. Deas L., Wilcox L.M., Kazimi A., & Allison R.S. (2013). "Audio-visual integration in stereoscopic 3-D". IEEE Society for Applied Perception, Dublin, Ireland. [PDF]
  5. Benzeroual K., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2012). "3D display size matters: Compensating for the perceptual effects of S3D display size scaling". CVPR Workshop, Providence. [PDF]
  6. Tsirlin I., Allison R.S., & Wilcox L.M. (2012). "Crosstalk reduces the amount of depth seen in 3D images of natural scenes". Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]
  7. Laldin S., Wilcox L.M., & Allison R.S. (2012). "Motion in depth constancy in stereoscopic displays". Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]
  8. Benzeroual K., Allison R.S. & Wilcox L.M. (2011). "Distortions of space in stereoscopic 3D content". SMPTE International Conference on Stereoscopic 3D, New York. [PDF]
  9. Benzeroual K., Wilcox L.M., Kazimi A, and Allison R.S. (2011). "On the distinction between perceived and predicted depth in S3D films". IC3D conference, Liege, Belgium. [PDF]
  10. Tsirlin, I., Wilcox, L.M., & Allison, R. S. (2011). “The effect of crosstalk on depth magnitude in thin structures”.Proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXII Conference, San Francisco. [PDF]