In collaboration with Takeo Watanabe lab, we design psychophysical experiments to test the fundamental assumptions of the model. These assumptions are about the role of different orientations in capturing stereopsis to determine surface depth, the role of the half visible (monocular) and binocular cues. The general subjects of these experiments are again related to 3D vision, figure ground separation and surface perception.
We have reported our results as the following:
Yazdanbakhsh A., Watanabe T. (2004). Asymmetry between horizontal and vertical illusory lines in determining the depth of their embedded surface, Revision is submitted to Vision Research
Yazdanbakhsh A., Watanabe T. (2004). Comparing the processing speed of da Vinci and classic stereopsis, Revision is submitted to Perception
Yazdanbakhsh A., Watanabe T. (2004). Horizontal and vertical illusory lines are different in determining the depth of their embedded surface, Appears in 4th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society
Yazdanbakhsh A., Watanabe T. (2004). Different influence of horizontal and vertical subjective contours on the depth of their embedded subjective plane, Appears in 8th international conference on cognitive and neural systems
Yazdanbakhsh A., Arabzadeh E., Babadi B., Fazl A. (2002). Münker-White-like illusions without T-junctions, Perception, 31: 711 – 715
Fazl A., Moradi F., Afraz S. R., Yazdanbakhsh A. (1998), Do hemispheres specialize in processing different aspects of visual stimulus? Brain and Cognition, Vol. 37/1