1. Bossi, M, Tailor, VK, Anderson, EJ, Bex, PJ, Greenwood, JA, Dahlmann-Noor, A, & Dakin, SC (2017).
    Binocular therapy for childhood amblyopia improves vision without breaking interocular suppression.
    Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 58(7), 3031-3043. 
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  1. Greenwood, JA, Szinte, M, Sayim, B, & Cavanagh, P (2017). 
    Variations in crowding, saccadic precision, and spatial localization reveal the shared topology of spatial vision. 
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(17), E3573-E3582.
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  1. Goffaux, V & Greenwood, JA (2016).
    The orientation selectivity of face identification.
    Scientific Reports, 6, 34204.
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  2. Tailor, V, Bossi, M, Greenwood, JA & Dahlmann-Noor, A (2016).
    Childhood amblyopia: Current management and new trends.
    British Medical Bulletin, 119(1): 75-86.
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  3. Moutsiana, C, de Haas, B, Papageorgiou, A, van Dijk, JA, Balraj, A, Greenwood, JA, & Schwarzkopf, DS (2016).
    Cortical idiosyncrasies predict the perception of object size.
    Nature Communications, 7, 12110.
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  4. Goodhew, SC, Greenwood, JA, & Edwards, M (2016).
    Categorical information influences conscious perception: An interaction between object-substitution
    masking and repetition blindness.
    Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 78(4): 1186-1202.
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  5. Tailor, V, Bossi, M, Bunce, C, Greenwood, JA, & Dahlmann-Noor, A. (2015).
    Binocular versus standard occlusion or blurring treatment for unilateral amblyopia in children
    aged three to eight years.
    Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 11, CD011347.
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  6. Sayim, B, Greenwood, JA, & Cavanagh, P. (2014).
    Foveal target repetitions reduce crowding.
    Journal of Vision, 14(6):4, 1-12.
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  7. Greenwood, JA, Sayim, B, & Cavanagh, P. (2014).
    Crowding is reduced by onset transients in the target object (but not in the flankers).
    Journal of Vision, 14(6):2, 1-21.
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  8. Greenwood, JA, Tailor, VK, Simmers, AJ, Sloper, JJ, Bex, PJ, & Dakin, SC. (2012).
    Visual acuity, crowding and stereo-vision are linked in children with and without amblyopia.
    Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 53(12), 7655-7665.
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  9. Anderson, EJ, Dakin, SC, Schwarzkopf, DS, Rees, G, & Greenwood, JA. (2012).
    The neural correlates of crowding-induced changes in appearance.
    Current Biology, 22(13), 1199-1206.
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  10. Tibber, MS, Greenwood, JA, & Dakin, SC. (2012).
    Number and density discrimination rely on a common metric: Similar psychophysical effects of
    size, contrast and divided attention.
    Journal of Vision, 12(6):8, 1-19.
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  11. Greenwood, JA, Bex, PJ, & Dakin, SC. (2012).
    Crowding follows the binding of relative position and orientation.
    Journal of Vision, 12(3):18, 1-20.
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  12. Dakin, SC, Tibber, MS, Greenwood, JA, Kingdom, FAA, & Morgan, MJ. (2011).
    A common visual metric for approximate number and density.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108(49), 19552-19557.
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  13. Dakin, SC, Greenwood, JA, Carlson, TA & Bex, PJ. (2011).
    Crowding is tuned for perceived (not physical) location.
    Journal of Vision, 11(9):2, 1-13.
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  14. Dakin, SC, Cass, J, Greenwood, JA, & Bex, PJ. (2010).
    Probabilistic, positional averaging predicts object-level crowding effects with letter‐like stimuli.
    Journal of Vision, 10(10), 1-16.
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  15. Greenwood, JA, Bex, PJ, & Dakin, SC. (2010).
    Crowding changes appearance.
    Current Biology, 20(6), 496-501.
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  16. Greenwood, JA, Bex, PJ, & Dakin, SC. (2009).
    Positional averaging explains crowding with letter-like stimuli.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(31), 13130-13135.
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  17. Greenwood, JA & Edwards, M. (2009).
    The detection of multiple global directions: Capacity limits with spatially segregated and
    transparent-motion signals.
    Journal of Vision, 9(1), 1-15.
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  18. Greenwood, JA & Edwards, M. (2007).
    An oblique effect for transparent-motion detection caused by variation in global-motion
    direction-tuning bandwidths.
    Vision Research, 47(11), 1411-1423.
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  19. Greenwood, JA & Edwards, M.  (2006).
    Pushing the limits of transparent-motion detection with binocular disparity.
    Vision Research, 46(16), 2615-2624.
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  20. Greenwood, JA & Edwards, M. (2006).
    An extension of the transparent-motion detection limit using the global-motion speed-tuned systems.
    Vision Research, 46(8-9), 1440-1449.
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  21. Edwards, M & Greenwood, JA. (2005).
    The perception of motion transparency: A signal-to-noise limit.
    Vision Research, 45(14), 1877-1884.
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  22. Price, NSC, Greenwood, JA, & Ibbotson, MR. (2004).
    Tuning properties of radial phantom motion aftereffects.
    Vision Research, 44(17), 1971-1979.
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