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Dr Gael Gordon studies various aspects of visual perception using psychophysical methods and electrophysiological techniques (VEPs). Current interests include:
Gordon GE, Heron G, Dutton GN (in press). The Pulfrich Phenomenon in Optic Disc Drusen. British Journal of Ophthalmology.
Loffler, G., Gordon, G.E., Wilkinson, F., Goren, D., & Wilson, H.R. (2005). Configural masking of faces: evidence for high-level interactions in face perception. Vision Res, 45 (17), 2287-2297.
Gordon, G.E., Chronicle E.P., Rolan, P. (2001) Why do we still not know whether refractive error causes headaches? Towards a framework for evidence based practice. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 21, 45-50.
Gordon, G.E., McCulloch D.L. (1999) A VEP investigation of parallel visual pathway development in primary school age children. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 99, 1-10.
Herbert A.M., Gordon G.E., McCulloch D.L. (1998) A passive event-related potential? International Journal of Psychophysiology, 28, 11-21.