Publications

  • Kaneko, S. & Anstis, S. (accepted) Spatial frequency shifts from counterphase flicker and from simultaneous contrast. Perception
  • Ashida, H., Ho, A., Kitaoka, A., & Anstis, S. (accepted) The “spinner” illusion: more dots, more speed?. i-Perception.
  • Anstis, S. (2017). Negative Afterimages From Flicker-Augmented Colors. i-Perception8(2), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/2041669517699414 
  • Anstis, S., Kaneko, S., & Ho, A. (2016). Motion-driven transparency and opacityi-Perception, doi:10.1177/2041669516667629. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Kaneko, S. (2016). Rotating squares look like pincushions. i-Perceptiondoi:10.1177/2041669516664741. (PDF)
  • Kim, J., Anstis, S. (2016). Perceived depth from shading boundaries. Journal of Vision, 16(6):5. doi: 10.1167/16.6.5.
  • Anstis, S., Dykmans, N., Kaneko, S., & Cavanagh, P.(2016). Orbiting Black/White Rays Produce an “Illusory” Gray Disk. Perception. January 20, 2016, DOI: 10.1177/0301006616629031
  • Kitaoka, A, Anstis, S. (2015). Second-order footsteps illusions. i-Perception, 6(6), 1–4. [Abstract] [Supplementary movies]
  • Anstis, S. (in press). Color and Luminance: Afterimages, Combinations, and Flicker. In: Shapiro, A. & Todorovic, D. (Eds): The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions, Chapter 38. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (in press). Low-level Motion Illusions. In: Shapiro, A. & Todorovic, D. (Eds): The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions, Chapter 63. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (in press). High-level Organisation of Motion. In: Shapiro, A. & Todorovic, D. (Eds): The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions, Chapter 64. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (in press). Adaptation to Brightness Change, Contours, Jogging, and Apparent Motion. In: Shapiro, A. & Todorovic, D. (Eds): The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions, Chapter 108. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2015). Seeing Isn’t Believing: How motion illusions trick the visual system, and what they can teach us about how our eyes and brains evolvedThe Scientist. LabX Media Group, June 1, 2015.
  • Vergeer, M., Anstis, S., & van Lier, R. (2015). Flexible color perception depending on the shape and positioning of achromatic contours. Frontiers of Psychology, 6 620. To appear in Frontiers E-Book: Paramel, G., (Ed): Colour and Form Perception: Straddling the Boundary http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00620 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00620/full (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. & Macleod, D. (2015).  Why hearts flutter: Distorted dim motions. Journal of Vision Mar 26;15(3). pii: 23. doi: 10.1167/15.3.23. (PDF)
  • Kaneko, S., Giaschi, D., & Anstis, S. (2015). Flicker adaptation or superimposition raises the apparent spatial frequency of coarse test gratings. Vision Research Mar;108:85-92. doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2015.01.005. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2015). Galileo’s dagger Perception, 44, 215–216.  doi:10.1068/p7883 (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. & Kaneko, S. (2014). Illusory drifting within a window that moves across a flickering background, i-Perception, 5, 585-588. [Abstract] (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Greenlee, M. W. (2014). Contour erasure and filling-in: New observations. i-Perception, 579–86. [Abstract(PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2014). Pattern specificity of contrast adaptation. i-Perception, 5, 73-74. [Abstract(PDF)
  • Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. (2013). The flash grab effect. Vision Research, 91, 8-20. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2013). Contour Adaptation. Journal of Vision, 13(2):25, 1-14.
http://www.journalofvision.org/content/13/2/25 (PDF)
  • Zaretskaya, N., Anstis, S., & Bartels, A. (2013). Parietal cortex mediates conscious perception of illusory Gestalt.  Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 523-531. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Geier, J., & Hudak, M. (2012). Afterimages from unseen stimuli. i-Perception 3, 499–502. (PDF)
  • Kosovicheva AA1, Maus GW, Anstis S, Cavanagh P, Tse PU, Whitney D. 2012 The motion-induced shift in the perceived location of a grating also shifts its aftereffect. Journal of Vision 12(8). pii: 7. doi: 10.1167/12.8.7.
  • Anstis, S. (2012). The furrow illusion: peripheral motion becomes aligned with stationary contours. Journal of Vision, 12(12):12, 1-11. (http://www.journalofvision.org/content/12/12/12.full)
  • Anstis, S., Vergeer, M., & Van Lier, R. (2012). Looking at two paintings at once: Luminance edges can gate colors.  i-Perception, 3, 515-518. doi: 10.1068/i0537sas. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Van Lier, R., & Vergeer, M. (2012).  Luminance contours can gate afterimage colors and ‘real’ colors. Journal of Vision, 12(10):2, 1-13. http://www.journalofvision.org/content/12/10/2.  (PDF)
  • Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. (2012). A motion-induced position shift. Journal of Vision, 12(8):7, 1-14. http://www.journalofvision.org/content/12/8/7.  (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Rogers, B. (2012). Binocular fusion of luminance, color, motion and flicker–two eyes are worse than one. Vision Research, 53, 47-53. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Rogers, B. (2011). Illusory rotation of a spoked wheel. i-Perception, 2, 720 – 723. doi: 10.1068/i0483. (PDF)
  • Tse, P. U., Whitney, D., Anstis, S., & Cavanagh, P. (2011). Voluntary attention modulates motion-induced mislocalization. Journal of Vision, 11(3):12, http://www.journalofvision.org/content/11/3/12. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Kim, J. (2011). Local versus global perception of ambiguous motion displays. Journal of Vision, 11(3):13. http://www.journalofvision.org/content/11/3/13. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Ito, H. (2010). Eyes pursue moving objects, not retinal motion signals. Perception, 39(10), 1408-11. doi: 10.1068/p6429. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2010). Stuart Anstis. Current Biology, 20(18), R795-R796.
  • Anstis, S. (2010). Illusions of space, time and motion:  Flash-lag meets chopsticks and reversed phi. Space and time in perception and action (Ed.  R Nijhawan & B Khurana). Cambridge University Press, 408-421.
  • Anstis, S. (2010). Visual filling-in. Current Biology, 20, R664-6. (PDF)
  • Ito, H., Anstis, S., & Cavanagh, P. (2009). Illusory movement of dotted lines. Perception, 38, 1405-9. doi: 10.1068/p6383. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2009).  Illusions.  Entry in Oxford Companion to Consciousness (Ed. by T Bayne, A Cleeremans & P Wilken) OxfordUniversity Press (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Gregory, R. L., & Heard, P. (2009). The triangle bisection illusion. Perception, 38, 321-332. doi: 10.1068/p5866. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2009). ‘Zigzag motion’ goes in unexpected directions. Journal of Vision, 9(4):17, 1-13. http://journalofvision.org/9/4/17/, doi:10.1167/9.4.17.  (PDF)
  • Van Lier, R., Vergeer, M., & Anstis, S. (2009). Filling-in afterimage colors between the lines. Current Biology, 19, R323-4. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2009). Mrs. Thatcher and the bikini illusion. Perception, 38, 923-926. doi: 10.1068/ldmk-tho. (PDF)
  • Sinico, M., Parovel, G., Casco, C., & Anstis, S. (2009). Perceived shrinkage of motion paths. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 35, 948-57. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Wehrhahn, C., & Gori, S. (2007). Afterimages and the Breathing Light illusion. Perception, 36, 791-4. doi: 10.1068/p5785. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2007). The flash-lag effect during illusory chopstick rotation. Perception, 36, 1043-1048. (PDF)
  • Sarris, V., & Anstis, S. (2006). An Engine model of relational psychophysics. In: Sarris, V. Relational psychophysics in humans and animals. New York, NY.  (PDF)
  • Ng, M., Ciaramitaro, V. M., Anstis, S., Boynton, G. M., & Fine, I. (2006). Selectivity for the configural cues that identify the gender, ethnicity, and identity of faces in human cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U S A, 103(51) 19552-7 (PDF)
  • Howe, P. D. L., Thompson, P. G., Anstis, S.,  Sagreiya, H., & Livingstone, M. S. (2006). Explaining the footsteps, belly dancer, Wenceslas and kickback illusions Journal of Vision, 6, 12, 1396-1405. http://journalofvision.org/6/12/5/.  (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2006). In Honour of Lothar Spillmann — Filling in, Wiggly Lines, Adaptation and Aftereffects. Progress in Brain Research, Vols 154 & 155, Visual Perception, 1 & 2 (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Casco, C. (2006). Induced movement: The flying bluebottle illusion. Journal of Vision, 6(10), 1087-1092. http://journalofvision.org/6/10/8/, doi:10.1167/6.10.8. (PDF)
  • Anstis. S., Ito, H.,  & Cavanagh, P. (2006). Background stripes affect apparent speed of rotation. Perception, 35, 959. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2005). Homage to Pete Thompson: The Tony Blair illusion. Perception, 34, 1417, doi: 10.1068/p5398.  (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2005). Last but not least. Perception, 34(2), 237-240. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2005). Holistic word processing. Perception, 34, 237-240, doi: 10.1068/p5412. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (2005). Local and global segmentation of rotating shapes viewed through multiple slits. Journal of Vision, 5, 3, 4, 194-201, http://journalofvision.org/5/3/4/.  (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2005). White’s Effect in color, luminance and motion. In: Harris L & Jenkin M (Eds): Seeing spatial form. Oxfore: Oxford University Press (PDF)
  • Becker, M. W., Anstis, S. M. (2004). Metacontrast masking is specific to luminance polarity. Vision Research, 44, 2537-2543. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2004). Factors affecting footsteps: contrast can change the apparent speed, amplitude and direction of motion. Vision Research, 44, 2171-2178. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2003). Moving objects appear to slow down at low contrasts. Neural Networks, 16, 933-938. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2003). Moving in a fog: contrast affects the perceived speed and direction of motion. Proceedings of the Conference on Neural Networks, Portland OR (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2003). Levels of motion perception. In: Harris, L. & Jenkin, M. (Ed): Levels of perception. New York: Springer-Verlag. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2002). The Purkinje rod-cone shift as a function of luminance and retinal eccentricity. Vision Research, 42, 2485-2491. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2002). Was El Greco astigmatic?. Leonardo, MIT Press (PDF)
  • Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. M. (2002). The boogie woogie illusion. Perception, 31(8):1005-11, doi: 10.1068/p3378. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (2001). Footsteps and inchworms: Illusions show that contrast modulates motion salience. Perception, 30(7), 785-94. doi: 10.1068/p3211. (PDF)
  • Orger, M. B., Smear, M. C., Anstis, S. M., & Baier, H. (2000). Perception of Fourier and non-Fourier motion by larval zebrafish. Nature Neuroscience, 3(11), 1128- 33. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., (2000). Monocular lustre from flicker. Vision Research, 40(19), 2551-6. (PDF)
  • Becker, M. W., Pashler, H., & Anstis, S. M. (2000). The role of iconic memory in change-detection tasks. Perception, 29(3), 273-86. doi: 10.1068/p3035. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., Smith, D. R., & Mather, G. (2000). Luminance processing in apparent motion, Vernier offset and stereoscopic depth. Vision Research, 40, 657-75. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Kontsevich, L., & Tyler, C. (1999). Demonstrating the temporal modulation transfer function. Perception, 28, 2766. doi: 10.1068 (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Sturzel, F., & Spillmann, L. (1999). Spatial distortions in rotating radial figures. Vision Research, 39, 1455-63. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1998). Picturing peripheral acuity. Perception, 27, 817- 825. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., Verstraten, F. A. J. & Mather, G. (1998). The motion aftereffect: a review. Trends in Cognitive Science, 2, 111-117. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., Hutahajan, P. & Cavanagh, P. (1998). Optomotor test for wavelength sensitivity in guppyfish (Poecilia reticulata). Vision Research, 38(1): 45-53. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. & Ho, W. A. (1997). Nonlinear combination of luminance excursions during flicker, simultaneous contrast, afterimages and binocular fusion. Vision Research, 38, 523-539. (PDF)
  • Spillmann L., Anstis, S. M., Kurtenbach, A., & Howard, I. P. (1997a). Reversed visual motion and self-sustaining eye oscillations. Perception, 26, 823-830. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1997b). Experiments on motion aftereffects. In: Harris, L.and Jenkin, M. (Eds): Computational and Psychophysical mechanisms of visual coding, Cambridge University Press (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1996a). Adaptation to peripheral flicker. Vision Research, 36, 3479-3485. (PDF)
  • Mather G., & Anstis S. (1995). Second-order texture contrast resolves ambiguous apparent motion. Perception, 24, 1373-1382. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Ramachandran, V. S. (1995). At the edge of movement. In: The artful eye, Gregory, R. L., Harris, J., Heard, P. and Rose, D. (Eds). Oxford University Press, 232-248. (PDF_Part1) (PDF_Part2)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1995). Aftereffects from jogging. Experimental Brain Research, 103, 476-478. (PDF)
  • Arnold, K., & Anstis, S. (1993). Properties of the visual channels that underlie adaptation to gradual change of luminance. Vision Research, 33, 47-54. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1992). Visual adaptation to a negative, brightness-reversed world: Some preliminary observations. In: Neural networks for vision and image processing. G. A. Carpenter, S. Grossberg, Eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1-14. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1992). Hidden assumptions in seeing shape from shading and apparent motion. In: Gorea, A. (Ed): Representations of Vision, Cambridge UP (PDF_Part1) (PDF_Part2)
  • Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. M. (1991). The contribution of color to motion in normal and color-deficient observers. Vision Research, 31, 2109-2148. (PDF)
  • Ramachandran, V., & Anstis, S. (1990). Illusory displacement of equiluminous kinetic edges. Perception Journal, 19(5), 611-616. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1990). Motion aftereffects from a motionless stimulus. Perception, 19(3), 301-306.
  • Anstis, S. (1990). Imperceptible intersections: The chopstick illusion. In A. Blake and T. Troscianko (Eds.), AI and the Eye. London: Wiley and Sons Ltd., 105-117. (PDF)
  • Sekuler, R., Anstis, S., Braddick, O. J., Brandt, T., Movshon, J. A., & Orban, G. (1990). The perception of motion. In L. Spillman and J. Werner (Eds.), Visual perception: The neurophysiological foundations, London: Academic Press, 205-230.
  • Anstis, S. (1989) Kinetic edges become displaced, segregated, and invisible. In D. M.-K. Lam (Ed.), Neural mechanisms of visual perception, Proceedings of the Second Retina Research Foundation Conference, Texas: Portfolio Press, 247-260. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Paradiso, M. (1989). Programs for visual psychophysics on the Amiga: A tutorial. Behavior Research Methods, Instrumentation, and Computers, 21, 548-563. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1989) Pictures of Fourier synthesis. Journal of Recreational Mathematics, 21, 182-189.
  • Giaschi D., & Anstis S. (1989) The less you see it, the faster it moves: shortening the “on-time” speeds up apparent motion. Vision Research, 29, 335-47. (PDF)
  • Maurer, D., Lewis, T., Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. M. (1989). A new test for luminous efficiency of colors in babies. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 297-303.  (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1989). Spatial and temporal context affects correspondences in apparent motion. Physica Scripta, 39, 122-127. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1988). Models and experiments on directional selectivity. In B. Elsendoorn (Ed.), Working models of human perception. London: Academic Press,  233-249.
  • Anstis, S. & Ramachandran, V. S. (1987). Visual inertia in apparent motion. Vision Research, 27, 755-764. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Cavanagh, P., Maurer, D., & Lewis, T. (1987). Optokinetic technique for measuring infants’ responses to color. Applied Optics, 26, 1510-1516. (PDF)
  • Cavanagh, P., MacLeod, D. I. A., & Anstis, S. M. (1987). Equiluminance: Spatial and temporal factors and the contribution of blue-sensitive cones. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A4, 1428-1438. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Harris, J. (1987). Magnification factor for adaptation of a visual transient mechanism. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 4, 1688-1698. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1986). Recovering Motion Information from Luminance. Vision Research, 26, 147-160. (PDF)
  • Ramachandran, V. S., & Anstis, S. M. (1986). The perception of apparent motion. Scientific American, 254, 102-109. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1986). Motion perception in the frontal plane: Sensory aspects. In K. R. Boff, L. Kaufman, and J. P. Thomas (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, Volume 1. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 16.1-16.27.
  • Mather, G., & Anstis, S. M. (1986). Motion perception: Second thoughts on the correspondence problem. In J. Tsotsos (Ed.), Proceedings of SIGGRAPH Conference on Motion, Toronto: Elsevier
  • Anstis, S. M., & Cavanagh, P. (1986). Optokinetic test for color vision in babies. Proceedings of the Conference on Non-invasive Assessment of Visual System
  • Anstis, S. (1986). Visual stimuli on the Commodore Amiga: A tutorial. Behavior Research Methods, Instrumentation, and Computers, 18, 535-541. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Rogers, B. J. (1986). Illusory continuous motion from oscillating positive-negative patterns: Implications for motion perception. Perception, 15, 627-640. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., Cavanagh, P., Maurer, D., Lewis, T., MacLeod, D. I. A., & Mather, G. (1986). Computer-generated screening test for colorblindness. Color Research and Application Supplement, 11, 63-66. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Ramachandran, V. S. (1986). Entrained path deflection in apparent motion. Vision Research, 26, 1731-1739. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Rogers, B. J. (1986). Illusory continuous motion from oscillating positive-negative patterns: implications for motion perception. Perception, 15, 627-640. (PDF)
  • Ramachandran, V. S., & Anstis, S. M. (1986). Figure-Ground segregation modulates apparent motion. Vision Research, 26, 1969-1986. (PDF)
  • Cavanagh, P. & Anstis, S. M. (1986). Brightness shift in drifting ramp gratings isolates a transient mechanism. Vision research, 26, 899-908. (PDF)
  • Mather, G., Cavanagh, P., & Anstis, S. (1985). A moving display which opposes short-range and long-range signals. Perception Journal, 14(2), 163-166. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Giaschi, D. (1985). Adaptation to apparent motion. Vision Research, 25, 1051-1062. (PDF)
  • Ramachandran, V., & Anstis, S. (1985). Perceptual Organization In Multistable Apparent Motion. Perception, 14(2), 135-143. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1983). Aftereffects of form, motion, and color. In L. Spillman and B. R. Wooten (Eds.), Sensory experience, adaptation, and perception, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 583-601.
  • Ramachandran, V., & Anstis, S. (1983). Extrapolation of motion path in human visual perception. Vision Research, 23, 83-85.
  • Anstis, S., & Cavanagh, P. (1983). A minimum motion technique for judging equiluminance. In J. D. Mollon and L. T. Sharpe (Eds.), Colour vision: Psychophysics and physiology, London: Academic Press, 155- 166. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S., & Duncan, K. (1983). Separate motion aftereffects from each eye and from both eyes. Vision Research, 23, 161-169. (PDF)
  • Ramachandran, V., & Anstis, S. (1983). Displacement thresholds for coherent apparent motion in random dot-patterns. Vision Research, 23(12), 1719-1724.
  • Ramachandran, V., Ginsburg, A., & Anstis, S. (1983). Low spatial frequencies dominate apparent motion. Perception, 12, 457-461.
  • Ramachandran, V., & Anstis, S. (1983). Perceptual organization in moving patterns. Nature, 304, 529-531.
  • Reinhardt-Rutland, A., & Anstis, S. (1982). Auditory adaptation to gradual rise or fall in intensity of a tone. Perception & Psychophysics, 31(1), 63-67.
  • Anstis, S., & Mackay, D. (1980). The Perception of Apparent Movement [and Discussion]. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 290(1038), 153-168.
  • Anstis, S. M., & Cavanagh, P. (1979). Adaptation to frequency shifted auditory feedback. Perception & Psychophysics, 26, 449-458. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1979). Interactions between simultaneous contrast and adaptation to gradual change of luminance. Perception, 8(5), 487-495.
  • Anstis S. M., & Howard, I. P. (1978). A Craik-O’brien-cornsweet illusion for visual depth. Vision Research, 18, 213-217. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., Rogers, B., & Henry, J. (1977). Interactions between simultaneous contrast and coloured afterimages. Vision Research, 18, 899-911. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Reinhardt-Rutland, A. H. (1976).  Interactions between motion aftereffects and induced movement. Vision Research, 16, 1391-1394. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Rogers, B. J. (1975). Illusory reversal of visual depth and movement during changes of contrast. Vision Research, 15, 957-961. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M. (1974). A chart demonstrating variations in acuity with retinal position. Vision Research, 14, 589-592. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1974). Size Adaptation to Visual Texture and Print: Evidence for Spatial-Frequency Analysis. The American Journal of Psychology, 87(1-2), 261-267.
  • Anstis, S. (1974). A chart demonstrating variations in acuity with retinal position. Vision Research, 14(7), 589-592.
  • Anstis, S., & Harris, J. (1974). Movement aftereffects contingent on binocular disparity. Perception, 3, 153-168.
  • Anstis, S. (1973). A simple simulator of the pupil. Vision Research, 13, 1183-1185.
  • Anstis, S. (1973). Hearing with the hands. Perception, 2, 337-341.
  • Rogers, B., & Anstsi, S. (1972). Intensity Versus Adaptation and the Pulfrich Stereophenomenon. Vision Research, 12, 909-928.
  • Stanaway, R., Morley, T., & Anstis, S. (1970). Tinnitus not a reference signal in judgments of absolute pitch. Quarterly Journal Of Experimental Psychology, 22(2), 230-238.
  • Wilson, J., & Anstis, S. (1969). Visual Delay as a Function of Luminance. The American Journal of Psychology, 82(3), 350-358.
  • Anstis, S. M. (1970). Phi movement as a subtraction process. Vision Research, 10, 1411-1430. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. M., & Atkinson, J. (1967) . Distortions in moving figures viewed through a stationary slit. American Journal of Psychology, 80 , 572-585.
  • Anstis, S. M. (1967) . Visual adaptation to gradual change of intensity. Science, 155 , 710-712. (PDF)
  • Anstis, S. (1965). Generation of a Spiral After-effect by Interaction of Rods and Cones. Nature, 206(988), 1069-1070.
  • Anstis, S. (1965). Tongue Overestimates Cavity Size. Journal Indiana State Dental Association, 44(65), 1069-1070.
  • Anstis, S. (1964). Apparent Size of Holes felt with the Tongue. Nature, 15(203), 792-793.
  • Anstis, S. (1964). After-effect of Seen Motion : Transfer from Rods to Cones and Vice Versa. Nature, 201, 952-952.
  • Juno, K., & Anstis, S. (submitted). Perceptual filling-in of a quadranopsia? A case study. Submitted to Invest. Ophthalm. & Visual Science, (Quadrant.pdf).
  • MacLeod, D. I. A., & Anstis, S. (submitted). Contrast gain control before and after cataract surgery; a case study. Submitted to Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, (Cataract.pdf).
  • Anstis, S. (unpublished). Boy scouts, girl guides: Male and female choices in internet dating. (Dating.pdf).