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I studied Psychology (1968-72) and Applied Math (1966-68, 1976-79) at the Moscow State University (Russia). My interest in psychology was evoked by professor Alexej Leont'ev who supervised my thesis for a Candidate of Psychological Sciences degree - equivalent to PhD (1974). My second scientific degree (Doctor of Psychological Sciences) I also received from the Moscow State University (1984). Before going to the UK in 1992, I was a Professor at the Moscow St. University doing teaching and research in psychology and mathematical methods for psychologists. Then I had been working at the Queen's University of Belfast (1993 to 2003) as a Lecturer and then a Reader. Since February 2004 I am a Research Professor in GCU.
Generally, my research interests deal with visual perception, psychophysics, colour vision, and mathematical modeling of visual processes.
"Lightness Induction” - BBSRC (a 3 yrs grant of £133,632, 2000-2003);
"Colour mechanisms in human vision" - The Wellcome Trust (a 3 yrs grant of £119,889, 2005-2008);
"Multidimensional scaling of lightness perception" - The British Academy (a travel grant of £5000, 2003)
“Geometrical manifold of achromatic colours of objects under natural illuminations” - EPSRC (a 3 yrs grant of £172,442, 2006-2009).
Physiological Optics (Level 3); Clinical Research Methods (Level 3); Directed literature and case review (Level 3); Project/Dissertations (Level 4).
Recent Publications in English
- Logvinenko A. D., Funt, B.V. & Godau, C. Metamer mismatching. IEEE Trans. on Image Processing.
- Logvinenko A. D. and Geithner C. Unique hues as revealed by unique-hue selecting versus partial hue-matching. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. DOI: 10.3758/s13414-013-0432-2
- Logvinenko A. D. On the colours dichromats see. Color Research and Application. (DOI: 10.1002/col.21787).
- Logvinenko A. D. (2013) Object-colour manifold. International Journal of Computer Vision, 101(1), 143-160.
- Logvinenko A. D. (2013) Individual differences in human colour vision as derived from Stiles & Burch 10 deg colour matching functions. Color Research and Application 38(2), 96-109.
- Logvinenko A. D., Tyurin, Yu. N. & Sawey, M. (2012) A test for psychometric function shift. Behavior Research Methods, 44(2):503-515.
- Logvinenko A. D. and Beer A. (2012) Colour constancy investigated via partial hue-matching. Journal of Vision, 12(4):17, 1–20, http://www.journalofvision.org/content/12/4/17, doi:10.1167/12.4.17.
- Logvinenko A. D. (2012) A theory of unique hues and colour categories in the human colour vision. Color Research and Application 37(2) 109-116. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. and Tokunaga R. (2011) Lightness constancy and illumination discounting. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 73(6), 1886-1902 (first published online: 20 JUN 2011 |DOI: 10.3758/s13414-011-0154-2) PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. and Beattie L. L. (2011) Partial hue matching. J. of Vision 11(8):6; http://journalofvision.org/11/8/6/.
- Logvinenko A. D. and Tokunaga R. (2011) Colour constancy as measured by least dissimilar matching. Seeing & Perceiving 24 407-452. PDF Copy
- Tokunaga R. and Logvinenko A. D. (2010) Hue manifold. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 27(12), 2551-2557. PDF Copy
- Tokunaga R. and Logvinenko A. D. (2010) Material and lighting hues of object colour. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics 30, 611-617. PDF Copy
- Tokunaga R. and Logvinenko A. D. (2010) Material and lighting dimensions of object colour. Vision Research 50, 1740-1747. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2009) An object-colour space. J. of Vision 9(11):5; http://journalofvision.org/9/11/5.
- Tokunaga R., Logvinenko A. D., & Maloney L. T. (2008) Dissimilarity of yellow-blue surfaces under neutral light sources differing in intensity: Separate contributions of light intensity and chroma. Visual Neuroscience, 25, 395-398. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D., Petrini K. & Maloney L. T. (2008) A scaling analysis of the snake lightness illusion. Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 828-840. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Hutchinson S. J. (2007) Evidence for the existence of colour mechanisms producing unique hues as derived from a colour illusion based on spatio-chromatic interactions. Vision Research, 47, 1315-1334. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Maloney L. T. (2006) The proximity structure of achromatic surface colors and the impossibility of asymmetric lightness matching. Perception & Psychophysics, 68, 76-83. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Hutchinson S. J. (2006) An effect of luminance contrast on high-spatial-frequency tritanopia. Perception, 35, 171-184. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2005) Does luminance contrast determine lightness? Spatial Vision 18(3), 337-346. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Hutchinson S. J. (2005) One blue channel or two? Perception, 34, 921-925. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Ross D. A. (2005) Adelson's tile and snake illusions: Helmholtzian type of simultaneous lightness contrast. Spatial Vision, 18(1), 25-72. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D., Adelson E. H., Ross D. A., & Somers D. (2005) Straightness as a cue for luminance edge classification. Perception & Psychophysics, 67(1), 120-128. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Kane J. (2004) Hering’s and Helmholt's types of simultaneous lightness contrast. Journal of Vision, 4(12), 1102-1110, http://journalofvision.org/4/12/9.
- Logvinenko A. D., Byth W., & Vityaev, E. E. (2004) In search of an elusive hard threshold: A test of observer’s ability to order sub-threshold stimuli. Vision Research, 44 287-296. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2003) Method of quadratic approximation: A new approach to identification of analysers and channels in human vision. J. of Mathematical Psychology, 47 495-506. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2003) A fair test of the effect of a shadow-incompatible luminance gradient on the simultaneous lightness contrast. Perception 32 717-720. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2003) Reply to Bressan’s comment. Perception 32 723-725. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2003) Does bandpass linear filter response predict gradient induction? A reply to Fred Kingdom. Perception 32(5), 621 – 626. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Kane J. (2003) Luminance gradient can break background-independent lightness constancy. Perception 32 263-268. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2002) The anchoring effect in lightness perception. Neuroscience Letters 334(1), 5-8. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. & Steinman R. M. (2002) Fixation on fixation impedes cognition: Reply to Kohly & Ono. Spatial Vision 15(3), 387-391. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D., Tyurin Y. N. & Sawey M. (2002) Equi-discrimination contours around an achromatic colour are convex but not balanced. J. of Mathematical Psychology 46(4), 486-509. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (2002) Articulation in the context of edge classification. Perception 31, 201-207. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D., Kane J., & Ross D. A. (2002) Is lightness induction a pictorial illusion? Perception 31, 73-82. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D., Epelboim J., & Steinman R. M. (2001) The role of vergence in the perception of distance: Finally, a fair test of the Bishop Berkeley's claim. Spatial Vision 15, 77-97. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D (2001) High-spatial-frequency-tritanopia: filling-in or filtering-out? Perception 30 223-232. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D (1999) Lightness induction revisited. Perception 28(7), 803-816. PDF Copy
- 29. Logvinenko A. D (1998) On derivation of spectral sensitivities of the human cones from trichromatic colour matching functions. Vision Research, 38, 3207-3211. PDF Copy
- Logvinenko A. D. (1996) On cardinal directions in the spatial pattern space and falsifying multi-channel detection models. Spatial Vision, 10, 189-200.
- Logvinenko A. D. (1996) Convexity of the threshold body implies a peak detector. Spatial Vision, 10, 105-123.
- Logvinenko A. D. (1995) On deriving analyser characteristics from summation-at-threshold data. Biological Cybernetics, 73, 547-552.
- Logvinenko A. D., Menshikova G. Ya. (1994) Trade-off between achromatic colour and perceived illumination as revealed by the use of pseudoscopic inversion of apparent depth. Perception, 23, 1007-1023.
- Logvinenko A. D., Belopolsky V. I. (1994) Convergence as a cue for distance. Perception, 23, 207-217.
- Logvinenko A. D. (1993) Perceptual equations: Implications for computer vision. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 14, 330-342.
- Logvinenko A. D. (1993) Failure of convexity of some threshold curves for compound grating: Implications for the modern models of visual pattern detection. Biological Cybernetics, 70, 55-64.
- Logvinenko A. D. (1990) Nonlinear analysis of spatial vision using first-and-second order Volterra transfer functions measurement. Vision Research, 30, 2031-2057.