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This bibliography is maintained by Robert P. O'Shea. If you find any errors or omissions, or if you have any comments, please send me an e-mail. I have changed the organization of the bibliography to include only those references prior to 2001. It is now easy to find recent references (2001 and after) using various internet search engines. Users of the bibliography told me they mainly used it for older, harder-to-find references. I am considering ways of incorporating references from 2001 on. If you are desperate to see these, please send me some encouragement!

Published works prior to 2001



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Aafjes, M., Hueting, J. E., & Visser, P. (1966). Individual and interindividual differences in binocular retinal rivalry in man. Psychophysiology, 3, 18-22.

Abadi, R. V. (1976). Induction masking -- A study of some inhibitory interaction during dichoptic viewing. Vision Research, 16, 269-275.

Alais, D., & Blake, R. (1998). Interactions beween global motion and local binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 38, 637-644.

Alais, D., & Blake, R. (1999). Grouping visual features during binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 39, 4341-4353.

Alais, D., O'Shea, R. P., Mesana-Alais, C., & Wilson, I. G. (2000). On binocular alternation. Perception, 29, 1437-1445.

Alais, D., O'Shea, R. P., Mesana-Alais, C., & Wilson, I. G. (2000). Translation of Diaz-Caneja (1928). Dunedin, New Zealand: Department of Psychology, University of Otago. Retrieved November 25, 2002, from http://psy.otago.ac.nz/r_oshea/BR_bibliography/br_DJtrans.html

Alderstein, A. M. (1958). The huma scope: A modified stereoscope. Journal of Psychology, 45, 109-113.

Alexander, L. T. (1951). The influence of figure-ground relationships in binocular rivalry. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 41, 376-381.

Alexander, L. T., & Bricker, P. D. (1952). Figure-ground contrast and binocular rivalry. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 44, 452-454.

Alpern, M. (1979). The pupillary light reflex and binocular interaction. In F. A. Young & D. B. Lindsey (Eds.), Early experience and visual information processing in perceptual and related disorders. Washington DC: National Academy of Sciences.

Amira, L. (1992). When are two eyes not better than one? Interaction between binocular rivalry and stereopsis causes an intermittent loss of 3D perception. Dissertation Abstracts International, 52(11-B), 6110-6111.

Anderson, B. L., & Nakayama, K. (1994). Toward a general theory of stereopsis: Binocular matching, occluding contours, and fusion. Psychological Review, 101, 414-445.

Anderson, J. D., Bechtoldt, H. P., & Dunlap, G. L. (1978). Binocular integration in line rivalry. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 11, 399-402.

Anderson, P. A., & Movshon, J. A. (1989). Binocular combination of contrast signals. Vision Research, 29, 1115-1132.

Anderson, R. M. (1983). Visual perceptions and observations of an aphakic surgeon. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 57, 1211-1218.

Andrews, T. J., & Blakemore, C. (1999). Form and motion have independent access to conscious perception. Nature Neuroscience, 2, 405-406.

Andrews, T. J., & Purves, D. (1997). Similarities in normal and binocularly rivalrous viewing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 94, 9905-9908.

Andrews, T. J., White, L. E., Binder, D., & Purves, D. (1996). Temporal events in cyclopean vision. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93, 3689-3692.

Anstis, S., & Ho, A. (1998). Nonlinear combination of luminance excursions during flicker, simultaneous contrast, afterimages and binocular fusion. Vision Research, 38, 523-539.

Anstis, S. M. (2000). Monocular lustre from flicker. Vision Research, 40, 2551-2556.

Anstis, S. M., & Moulden, B. P. (1970). After effect of seen movement: Evidence for peripheral and general components. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 22, 222-229.

Arditi, A., & Kaufman, L. (1978). Singleness of vision and the initial appearance of binocular disparity. Vision Research, 18, 117-120.

Armistead, J. D., & Dannenberg, O. D. (1948). Visual performance associated with reading problems. Optometry Weekly, 39, 786-788.

Arrington, K. F. (1993). Neural network models for color and brightness perception and binocular rivalry. Dissertation Abstracts International, 53(8-B), 3946.

Asher, H. (1953). Suppression theory of binocular vision. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 37, 37-39.

Assocation for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. (1998). Temporal binding, binocular rivalry, and consciousness. Includes commentaries by Francis Crick and Christof Koch, Ian Gold, Anthony Grace, Thomas Metzinger, James Newman, Antti Revonsuo, and Kevin Sauve, and replies and discussion.. Blacksburg, VA: Department of Philosophy, Virginia Tech. Retrieved June 1998, from http://www.phil.vt.edu/ASSC/esem3.html

Atkinson, J. (1972). Visibility of an afterimage in the presence of a second afterimage. Perception & Psychophysics, 12, 257-262.

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Bagby, J. W. (1957). A cross cultural study of perceptual dominance in binocular rivalry. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 54, 331-334.

Barany, E. H., & Hallden, U. (1947). The influence of some central nervous depressants on the reciprocal inhibition between the two retinae as manifested in retinal rivalry. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 14, 296-316.

Barany, E. H., & Hallden, U. (1948). Phasic inhibition of the light reflex of the pupil during retinal rivalry. Journal of Neurophysiology, 11, 25.

Barber, V. C., & Brett, D. A. (1982). "Colour bombardment": A human visual problem that interferes with the viewing of anaglyph stereo material. Scanning Electron Microscopy, (Pt 2), 495-498.

Barris, M. C. (1997). Binocular chromatic rivalry and chromatic grid stimuli. In V. Lakshminarayanan (Ed.) Basic and clinical applications of vision science (pp. 137-141). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Beasley, W. C., & Peckham, R. H. (1936). An objective study of 'Cyclotorsion'. Psychological Bulletin, 33, 741-742.

Beloff, H., & Beloff, J. (1959). Unconscious self-evaluation using a stereoscope. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 59, 275-278.

Bender, M. B., & Furlow, L. T. (1944). Phenomenon of visual extinction and binocular rivalry mechanism. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, 70, 87-92.

Berg, P. S. D., & Toch, H. H. (1964). 'Impulsive' and 'neurotic' inmates: A study in personality and perception. Journal of Criminal Law, Criminal & Police Science, 55, 230-234.

Berry, J. W. (1969). Ecology and socialization as factors in figural assimilation and the resolution of binocular rivalry. International Journal of Psychology, 4, 271-280.

Blake, R. (1977). Threshold conditions for binocular rivalry. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 3, 251-257.

Blake, R. (1981). Binocular rivalry and perceptual inference. Perception & Psychophysics, 29, 77-78.

Blake, R. (1988). Dichoptic reading: The role of meaning in binocular rivalry. Perception & Psychophysics, 44, 133-141.

Blake, R. (1989). A neural theory of binocular rivalry. Psychological Review, 96, 145-167.

Blake, R. (1995). Psychoanatomical strategies for studying human vision. In T. Papathomas, C.Chubb, E. Kowler, & A. Gorea (Eds.), Early vision and beyond. Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Blake, R. (1997). What can be "perceived" in the absence of visual awareness? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 6, 157-162.

Blake, R. (1998). Binocular rivalry and conscious visual awareness. In N. Kasabov, R. Kozma, K. Ko, R. P. O'Shea, G. Coghill, & T. Gedeon (Eds.), Progress in connectionist-based information systems: Proceedings of the 1997 International Conference on Neural Information Processing and Intelligent Information Systems (pp. 47-50). Singapore: Springer Verlag.

Blake, R., Ahlstrom, U., & Alais, D. (1999). Perceptual priming by invisible motion. Psychological Science, 10, 145-151.

Blake, R., & Boothroyd, K. (1985). The precedence of binocular fusion over binocular rivalry. Perception & Psychophysics, 37, 114-124.

Blake, R., & Bravo, M. (1985). Binocular rivalry suppression interferes with phase adaptation. Perception & Psychophysics, 38, 277-280.

Blake, R., & Camisa, J. (1978). Is binocular vision always monocular? Science, 200, 1497-1499.

Blake, R., & Camisa, J. (1979). On the inhibitory nature of binocular rivalry suppression. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 5, 315-323.

Blake, R., & Cormack, R. H. (1979). On utrocular discrimination. Perception & Psychophysics, 26, 53-68.

Blake, R., & Fox, R. (1974). Adaptation to invisible gratings and the site of binocular rivalry suppression. Nature, 249, 488-490.

Blake, R., Fox, R., & Westendorf, D. (1974). Visual size constancy occurs after binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 14, 585-586.

Blake, R., & Lema-Stern, S. (1978). Inhibitory effect of binocular rivalry suppression is independent of orientation. Vision Research, 18, 541-544.

Blake, R., & O'Shea, R. P. (1988). "Abnormal fusion" of stereopsis and binocular rivalry. Psychological Review, 95, 151-154.

Blake, R., O'Shea, R. P., & Halpern, D. L. (1988). Spatial extent of binocular rivalry suppression. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 29(Suppl), 411.

Blake, R., O'Shea, R. P., & Mueller, T. J. (1992). Spatial zones of binocular rivalry in central and peripheral vision. Visual Neuroscience, 8, 469-478.

Blake, R., & Overton, R. (1979). The site of binocular rivalry suppression. Perception, 8, 143-152.

Blake, R., & Rush, C. (1980). Temporal properties of binocular mechanisms in the human visual system. Experimental Brain Research, 38, 333-340.

Blake, R., Westendorf, D., & Fox, R. (1990). Temporal perturbations of binocular rivalry. Perception & Psychophysics, 48, 593-602.

Blake, R., Westendorf, D. H., & Overton, R. (1980). What is suppressed during binocular rivalry? Perception, 9, 223-231.

Blake, R., Yang, Y. D., & Wilson, H. R. (1991). On the coexistence of stereopsis and binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 31, 1191-1203.

Blake, R., Yu, K., Lokey, M., & Norman, H. (1998). Binocular rivalry and motion perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10, 46-60.

Blake, R., Zimba, L., & Williams, D. (1985). Visual motion, binocular correspondence and binocular rivalry. Biological Cybernetics, 52, 391-397.

Blake, R. R. (1972). A psychophysical inquiry into the nature and locus of binocular rivalry suppression. Dissertation Abstracts International, 33(4-B), 1811.

Blake, R. R., Fox, R., & McIntyre, C. (1971). Stochastic properties of stabilized-image binocular rivalry alternations. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 88, 327-332.

Blakemore, C. (1970). A new kind of stereoscopic vision. Vision Research, 10, 1181-1199.

Blakemore, C., Iversen, S., & Zangwill, O. (1972). Brain functions. Annual Review of Psychology, 23, 413-450.

Blakemore, C., & Tobin, E. A. (1972). Lateral inhibition between orientation detectors in the cat's visual cortex. Experimental Brain Research, 15, 439-440.

Bokander, I. (1966). The importance of collative-affective and intensive arousal potential in stereoscopically induced conflict. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 7, 234-238.

Bokander, I. (1966). A stereoscope designed for use in research on motivated perception. American Journal of Psychology, 79, 485-487.

Bokander, I. (1967). Pupillographic recording in stereoscopically induced perceptual conflict. Psychological Research Bulletin, 7(2), 10.

Bokander, I. (1967). Pupillographic recording in stereoscopically induced perceptual conflict. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 24, 1031-1037.

Bolanowski, S. J., Jr, & Doty, R. W. (1987). Perceptual "blankout" of monocular homogeneous fields (Ganzfelder) is prevented with binocular viewing. Vision Research, 27, 967-982.

Bonneh, Y., & Sagi, D. (1999). Configuration saliency revealed in short duration binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 39, 271-281.

Bossink, C. J. H., Stalmeier, P. F. M., & De Weert, C. M. M. (1993). A test of Levelt's second proposition for binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 33, 1413-1419.

Bradley, D. R. (1982). Binocular rivalry of real vs. subjective contours. Perception & Psychophysics, 32, 85-87.

Bradshaw, J. L. (1969). Brightness of the dominant field, and pupillary reflexes in retinal rivalry. British Journal of Psychology, 60, 351-.

Breese, B. B. (1899). On inhibition. Psychological Monographs, 3, 1-65.

Breese, B. B. (1909). Binocular rivalry. Psychological Review, 16, 410-415.

Breese, B. B. (1909). Can binocular rivalry be suppressed by practise? Journal of Philosophy, 6, 686-.

Breese, B. B. (1910). Can binocular rivalry be suppressed by pratice? (Book Review). Zeitschrift für Psychologie und Physiologie der Sinnesorgane; I. Abteilung: Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 57, 121-.

Brigner, W. L., & Crouch, J. G. (1985). Is perceptual set negatively biased? Perceptual & Motor Skills, 61, 81-82.

Brooks, M. (1998). Get the message. New Scientist, 159(2147), 40-43.

Brown, C. R., & Gebhard, J. W. (1948). Visual field articulation in the absence of spatial stimulus gradients. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38, 188-200.

Brown, R. J., Candy, T. R., & Norcia, A. M. (1999). Development of rivalry and dichoptic masking in human infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 40, 3324-3333.

Brown, R. J., & Norcia, A. M. (1997). A method for investigating binocular rivalry in real-time with the steady-state VEP. Vision Research, 37, 2401-2408.

Buckley, D., Frisby, J. P., & Mayhew, J. E. (1989). Integration of stereo and texture cues in the formation of discontinuities during three-dimensional surface interpolation. Perception, 18, 563-588.

Burian, H. M., & Von Noorden, G. K. (1974). Binocular vision and ocular motility. St. Louis: Mosby.

Burke, D., Alais, D., & Wenderoth, P. (1999). Determinants of fusion of dichoptically presented orthogonal gratings. Perception, 28, 73-88.

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Carlson, L. M. (1964). An investigation of two personality characteristics in the selection of affectively reinforced stimuli in a binocular rivalry situation. Dissertation Abstracts, 24(5), 2114-2115.

Carlson, T. A., & He, S. (2000). Visible binocular beats from invisible monocular stimuli during binocular rivalry. Current Biology, 10, 1055-1058.

Carney, T., Shadlen, M., & Switkes, E. (1987). Parallel processing of motion and colour information. Nature, 328, 647-649.

Carter, D. B. (1953). A further demonstration of phi movement cerebral dominance. Journal of Psychology, 36, 299-309.

Cave, C. B., Blake, R., & McNamara, T. P. (1998). Binocular rivalry disrupts visual priming. Psychological Science, 9, 299-303.

Check, R. J. (1969). An analysis of the temporal course of suppression during binocular rivalry. Dissertation Abstracts International, 29(9-B), 3502.

Ciganek, L. (1971). Binocular addition of the visual response evoked by dichoptic patterned stimuli. Vision Research, 11, 1289-1297.

Clarke, P. G. H. (1977). Subjective standstill caused by the interaction of moving patterns. Vision Research, 17, 1243.

Cobb, W. A., Morton, H. B., & Ettlinger, G. (1967). Cerebral potentials evoked by pattern reversal and their suppression in visual rivalry. Nature, 216, 1123-1125.

Cobo-Lewis, A. B., Gilroy, L. A., & Smallwood, T. B. (2000). Dichoptic plaids may rival, but their motions can integrate. Spatial Vision, 13, 415-429.

Cogan, A. I. (1987). Human binocular interaction: Towards a neural model. Vision Research, 27, 2125-2139.

Cogan, A. I., Clarke, M., Chan, H., & Rossi, A. (1990). Two-pulse monocular and binocular interactions at the differential luminance threshold. Vision Research, 30, 1617-1630.

Cogan, R. (1972). Patterns of changes in binocular contour rivalry. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 35, 569-570.

Cogan, R. (1973). Distribution of durations of perception in the binocular rivalry of contours. Journal of General Psychology, 89, 297-304.

Cogan, R., & Goldstein, A. G. (1967). The stability of binocular rivalry during spaced and massed viewing. Perception & Psychophysics, 2, 171-174.

Cogan, R., & Goldstein, A. G. (1972). Reporting of fragmentations in binocular rivalry of contours. American Journal of Psychology, 85, 569-584.

Collins, J. F., & Blackwell, L. K. (1974). Effects of eye dominance and retinal distance on binocular rivalry. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 39, 747-754.

Colliver, J. D. (1976). Binocular rivalry as a function of three selected stimulus features. Dissertation Abstracts International, 36(12-B, Pt 1), 6410-6411.

Collyer, S. C., & Bevan, W. (1970). Objective measurement of dominance control in binocular rivalry. Perception & Psychophysics, 8, 437-439.

Coren, S., & Kaplan, C. P. (1973). Patterns of ocular dominance. American Journal of Optometry, 50, 283-292.

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Cornelissen, F. W., & Brenner, E. (1991). On the role and nature of adaptation in chromatic induction. In B. Blum (Ed.) Channels in the visual nervous system: Neurophysiology, psychophysics and models (pp. 109-123). London: Freund Publishing House.

Crabus, H., & Stadler, M. (1973). An investigation of the localization of the perceptual process: Figural aftereffects under binocular-rivalry conditions. Perception, 2, 67-77.

Crain, K. (1961). Binocular rivalry: Its relation to intelligence and general theory of its nature and physiological correlates. Journal of General Psychology, 64, 259-283.

Crain, K. J. (1958). Binocular rivalry, perceptual closure, and intelligence test performance. Dissertation Abstracts, 18, 1095.

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Crick, F., & Koch, C. (1990). Towards a neurobiological theory of consciousness. Seminars in the Neurosciences, 2, 263-275.

Crick, F., & Koch, C. (1995). Are we aware of neural activity in primary visual cortex? Nature, 375, 121-123.

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Crovitz, H. F., & Lockhead, G. F. (1967). Possible monocular predictors of binocular rivalry of contours. Perception & Psychophysics, 2, 83-85.

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Dashevsky, S. G. (1968). Perceptual defense, vigilance and conflict in binocular rivalry. Dissertation Abstracts International, 29(1-B), 385.

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Eizenman, M., Westall, C. A., Geer, I., Smith, K., Chatterjee, S., Panton, C. M., Kraft, S. P., & Skarf, B. (1999). Electrophysiological evidence of cortical fusion in children with early-onset esotropia. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 40, 354-362.

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Fahle, M. (1982). Binocular rivalry: Suppression depends on orientation and spatial frequency. Vision Research, 22, 787-800.

Fahle, M. (1987). Naso-temporal asymmetry of binocular inhibition. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 28, 1016-1017.

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Fox, R. (1964). An analysis of the suppression mechanism in binocular rivalry. Dissertation Abstracts, 24(12), 5564-5565.

Fox, R. (1964). Group demonstration of binocular rivalry. American Journal of Psychology, 77, 136-137.

Fox, R. (1965). Rate of binocular rivalry alternation in psychotic and nonpsychotic patients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 70, 34-37.

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Fox, R. (1980). Selective Attention and the Control of Binocular Rivalry, by Leon Colburn Lack (Book Review). Contemporary Psychology, 25, 184-.

Fox, R. (1991). Binocular rivalry. In D. Regan (Ed.) Binocular vision: Vol. 9 (pp. 93-110). London: Macmillan.

Fox, R., & Check, R. (1966). Binocular fusion: A test of the suppression theory. Perception & Psychophysics, 1, 331-334.

Fox, R., & Check, R. (1966). Forced-choice form recognition during binocular rivalry. Psychonomic Science, 6, 471-472.

Fox, R., & Check, R. (1968). Detection of motion during binocular rivalry suppression. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 78, 388-395.

Fox, R., & Check, R. (1972). Independence between binocular rivalry suppression duration and magnitude of suppression. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 93, 283-289.

Fox, R., & Herrmann, J. (1967). Stochastic properties of binocular rivalry alterations. Perception & Psychophysics, 2, 432-436.

Fox, R., & McIntyre, C. (1967). Suppression during binocular fusion of complex targets. Psychonomic Science, 8, 143-144.

Fox, R., & Rasche, F. (1969). Binocular rivalry and reciprocal inhibition. Perception & Psychophysics, 5, 215-217.

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