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Issue 11

Guest editorial

The first scientific ‘selfie’? 1141 – 1144
Nicholas J Wade

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Receptive fields of visual neurons: The early years 1145 – 1176
Lothar Spillmann

Six-month-old infants’ perception of the hollow face illusion: Evidence for a general convexity bias 1177 – 1190
Sherryse L Corrow, Jordan Mathison, Carl E Granrud, Albert Yonas

Men’s facial masculinity: when (body) size matters 1191 – 1202
Iris J Holzleitner, David W Hunter, Bernard P Tiddeman, Alassane Seck, Daniel E Re, David I Perrett

The accuracy of drivers’ judgments of the effects of headlight glare on their own visual acuity 1203 – 1213
Ashley A Stafford Sewall, Stephanie A Whetsel Borzendowski, Richard A Tyrrell

Does perisaccadic compression require foveal vision? 1214 – 1224
Maria Matziridi, Mijke O Hartendorp, Eli Brenner, Jeroen B J Smeets

Auditory perception of a human walker 1225 – 1238
David Cottrell, Megan E J Campbell

Short reports

Interpreting the temporal dynamics of perceptual rivalries 1239 – 1248
Regan M Gallagher, Derek H Arnold

Elementary graphical perception for older adults: A comparison with the general population 1249 – 1260
Thai Le, Cecilia Aragon, Hilaire J Thompson, George Demiris

Perspectival reversals of a solid: A phenomenal description 1261 – 1269
Jan B Deręgowski

Short and sweet

The alien in the forest OR when temporal context dominates perception 1270 – 1274
Jürgen Kornmeier, Gerhard Mayer

Obituary

Peter Michael Wenderoth (1942–2014) 1275 – 1278

Reviews 1279 – 1282
Braddick on Werner, Chalupa (Eds): The new visual neurosciences
Dresp-Langley on Piccolino, Wade: Galileo’s visions: Piercing the spheres of the heavens by eye and mind

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