Susana Chung
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Psychophysics of reading: XX. Linking letter recognition to reading speed in central and peripheral vision
GE Legge, JS Mansfield, STL Chung
Vision research 41 (6), 725-743, 2001
Psychophysics of reading. XVIII. The effect of print size on reading speed in normal peripheral vision
STL Chung, JS Mansfield, GE Legge
Vision research 38 (19), 2949-2962, 1998
Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding
STL Chung, DM Levi, GE Legge
Vision research 41 (14), 1833-1850, 2001
The effect of letter spacing on reading speed in central and peripheral vision
STL Chung
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 43 (4), 1270-1276, 2002
The case for the visual span as a sensory bottleneck in reading
GE Legge, SH Cheung, D Yu, STL Chung, HW Lee, DP Owens
Journal of vision 7 (2), 9-9, 2007
recognition and reading speed in peripheral vision benefit from perceptual learning
STL Chung, GE Legge, S Cheung
Vision research 44 (7), 695-709, 2004
Effect of letter spacing on visual span and reading speed
D Yu, SH Cheung, GE Legge, STL Chung
Journal of vision 7 (2), 2-2, 2007
Improving reading speed for people with central vision loss through perceptual learning
STL Chung
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 52 (2), 1164-1170, 2011
Spatial-frequency characteristics of letter identification in central and peripheral vision
STL Chung, GE Legge, BS Tjan
Vision research 42 (18), 2137-2152, 2002
Learning to identify crowded letters: does it improve reading speed?
STL Chung
Vision research 47 (25), 3150-3159, 2007
The dependence of crowding on flanker complexity and target–flanker similarity
JB Bernard, STL Chung
Journal of vision 11 (8), 1-1, 2011
Characteristics of fixational eye movements in amblyopia: Limitations on fixation stability and acuity?
STL Chung, G Kumar, RW Li, DM Levi
Vision research 114, 87-99, 2015
Reading speed benefits from increased vertical word spacing in normal peripheral vision
STL Chung
Optometry and vision science: official publication of the American Academy …, 2004
Using visual noise to characterize amblyopic letter identification
DG Pelli, DM Levi, STL Chung
Journal of Vision 4 (10), 6-6, 2004
Motion adaptation distorts perceived visual position
PV McGraw, D Whitaker, J Skillen, STL Chung
Current Biology 12 (23), 2042-2047, 2002
Identification of contrast-defined letters benefits from perceptual learning in adults with amblyopia
STL Chung, RW Li, DM Levi
Vision research 46 (22), 3853-3861, 2006
Visual crowding in V1
R Millin, AC Arman, STL Chung, BS Tjan
Cerebral Cortex 24 (12), 3107-3115, 2014
The effect of dioptric blur on reading performance
STL Chung, SH Jarvis, SH Cheung
Vision research 47 (12), 1584-1594, 2007
Color and motion: which is the tortoise and which is the hare?
HE Bedell, STL Chung, H Ogmen, SS Patel
Vision Research 43 (23), 2403-2412, 2003
Spatial and temporal properties of the illusory motion-induced position shift for drifting stimuli
STL Chung, SS Patel, HE Bedell, O Yilmaz
Vision Research 47 (2), 231-243, 2007
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