Dr Guy Wallis

ARC Future Fellowship

School of Human Movement Studies
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
gwallis@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 56108

Overview

A/Prof. Wallis' research aims to bring his formal training in systems engineering to the study of visual recognition and visuomotor behaviour. He has made extensive use of behavioural studies conducted in computer simulated environments to investigate issues ranging from recognition learning to the visually guided initiation and control of motor behaviour.

Guy is a Principal Research Fellow in the School of Human Movement Studies. He has a background in electronic engineering and neural networks (from IMperial College, London) combined with a PhD in visual neuroscience from Oxford University. He joined the School in 1998 after a three year period as a visiting Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany. Whilst in Germany, he developed his interest in the human visual system by using virtual, computer generated worlds and since his arrival has established a virtual environments lab within the School. His research work and infrastructure to support it, has been funded by the Australian Research Council, Human Frontiers Science Program, Wellcome Trust as well as through indutrial partnerships with the Construction Training Centre, Australian Coal Association Research Program and the US Air Force.

Dr Wallis was one of seven recipients of the 2003 UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards for early career researchers. He has held a UQ Postdoctoral Fellowship, ARC QEII Fellowship and is currently an ARC Future Fellow

Research Impacts

A/Prof. Wallis' work has influenced training programs for health professionals learning advanced surgical skills, man-machine interfaces for underground and surface mining equipment, road signage and railway level crossing design.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Cognitive Neuroscience), Oxf.
  • Bachelor of Engineering, University of London

Publications

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Publications

Book Chapter

  • Coelho, C., Tichon, J G, Hine, T.J., Wallis, G and Riva, G. (2006). Media presence and inner presence: The sense of presence in virtual reality technologies. In G. Riva, M.T. Anguera, B.K. Wiederhold and F. Mantovani (Ed.), From Communication to Presence (pp. 25-45) Amsterdam: IOS Press.

  • Wallis, Guy and Bülthoff, Heinrich (2002). Learning to Recognize Objects. In M. Fahle and T. Poggio (Ed.), Perceptual Learning (pp. xx-xx) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

  • Wallis, G. and Bülthoff, H. H. (2002). Object Recognition, Neurophysiology. In Michael A. Arbib (Ed.), The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks 2nd ed. (pp. 792-796) Cambridge, Mass, USA: MIT Press.

  • Wallis, G. (2000). Time to learn about objects. In R. Baddeley, P. Hancock and P. Foldiak (Ed.), Information Theory and the Brain (pp. 139-163) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Anderlini, D., Wallis, G., Henderson, R. and Wong, A. (2013). A drop in the average age of stroke patients. In: , Special Issue: Stroke 2013 Conference: 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australia. 24th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australia, Darwin, NT Australia, (33-34). 31 July-2 August 2013.

  • Cloete, Steven, Zupanc, Christine, Burgess-Limerick, Robin and Wallis, Guy (2012). Steering performance and dynamic complexity in a simulated underground mining vehicle. In: , Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting 2012. 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Boston, MA, United States, (1341-1345). 21-26 October 2012.

  • Hill, A., Horswill, M. S., Plooy, A. M., Watson, M. O., Rowlands, L., Wallis, G. M., Riek, S. P., Burgess-Limerick, R., Zupanc, C. and Hewett, D. G. (2011). The development and validation of a colorectal polyp recognition test. In: , Special Issue: Australian Gastroenterology Week 2011. Australian Gastroenterology Week 2011, Brisbane, Qld., Australia, (32-32). 12-15 September 2011.

  • Tichon, Jennifer G., Wallis, Guy and Riek, Stephan (2011). The role of affect in evaluating performance. In: , SimTecT 2011 Conference Proceedings. SimTecT 2011 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (245-250). 30 May-2 Jun 2011.

  • Tey, Li-Sian, Wallis, Guy, Ferreira, Luis and Tavassoli Hojati, Ahmad (2011). Using a driving simulator to assess driver compliance at railway level crossings. In: , Proceedings of the 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2011. Australasian Transport Research Forum 2011, Adealide, SA, Australia, (1-13). 28-30 September 2011.

  • Riek, S. P., Plooy, A. M., Marinovic, W., Cresp, A., Hill, A., Wallis, G. M., Horswill, M. S., Burgess-Limerick, R., Watson, M. O. and Hewett, D. G. (2011). Validation of a novel training device for tip control in colonoscopy. In: , Australian Gastroenterology Week 2011. Australian Gastroenterology Week 2011, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (30-31). 12-15 September 2011.

  • Hewett, David G., Zupanc, Christine, Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Karamatic, Rozemary, Riek, Stephan P., Wallis, Guy M., Plooy, Annaliese M., Horswill, Mark S., Hill, Andrew and Watson, Marcus O. (2010). A Colonoscopy Competency Framework Derived From Task Analysis. In: , Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Digestive Disease Week/111th Annual Meeting of the American-Gastroenterological-Association, New Orleans La, (AB218-AB218). May 01-06, 2010.

  • Hewett, David G., Zupanc, Christine, Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Karamatic, Rozemary, Riek, Stephan P., Wallis, Guy M., Plooy, Annaliese M., Horswill, Mark S., Hill, Andrew and Watson, Marcus O. (2010). A colonoscopy competency framework derived from task analysis. In: , Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. DDW Abstract Issue 2010, Digestive Disease Week 2010. Digestive Disease Week 2010, New Orleans, LA, U.S.A., (AB218-AB218). 1-5 May 2010.

  • Karamatic, Rozemary, Hill, Andrew, Horswill, Mark S., Plooy, Annaliese M., Watson, Marcus O., Basit, Tabinda A., Wallis, Guy M., Riek, Stephan P., Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Zupanc, Christine and Hewett, David G. (2010). A systematic comparison of the realism of four colonoscopy simulators. In: , DDW Abstract Issue 2010. Digestive Disease Week 2010, New Orleans, LA, United States, (AB274-AB274). 1-5 May 2010.

  • Karamatic, Rozemary, Hill, Andrew, Horswill, Mark S., Plooy, Annaliese M., Watson, Marcus O., Basit, Tabinda A., Wallis, Guy M., Riek, Stephan P., Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Zupanc, Christine and Hewett, David G. (2010). A systematic comparison of the realism of four colonoscopy simulators. In: , DDW Abstract Issue 2010, Digestive Disease Week 2010. Digestive Disease Week/111th Annual Meeting of the American Gastroenterological Association, New Orleans, LA, United States, (AB274-AB274). 1-6 May 2010.

  • Ooi, S. Y., Plooy, A. M., Cresp, A., Horswill, M. S., Hill, A., Riek, S. P., Burgess-Limerick, R., Zupanc, C., Wallis, G. M., Watson, M. O. and Hewett, D. G. (2010). Construct validity of a physical model colonoscopy simulator. In: Geoff Farrell, Abstracts of: Australian Gastroenterology Week 2010. Australian Gastroenterology Week (AGW) 2010, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, (A59-A59). 20-23 October 2010.

  • Tichon, Jennifer, Watson, Geoffrey, Wallis, Guy, Banks, Jasmine and Mavin, Timothy (2010). Measurement of affect during simulation-based training. In: , Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. 46th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia, (53-64). October 31-November 3 2010.

  • Marinovic, W., Bastos, F. H. and Wallis, G. (2010). The effect of visual distractors on anticipatory actions. In: , Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. unknown, unknown, (S107-S108). unknown.

  • Plooy, A. M., Cresp, A., Horswill, M. S., Hill, A., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R., Zupanc, C., Watson, M. O. and Hewett, D. G. (2010). The effects of augmented visual feedback on motor skill learning in colonoscopy. In: Geoff Farrell, Abstracts of: Australian Gastroenterology Week 2010. Australian Gastroenterology Week (AGW) 2010, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, (A67-A67). 20-23 October 2010.

  • Zupanc, Christine, Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Riek, Stephan, Wallis, Guy, Plooy, Anna, Horswill, Mark, Hill, Andrew, Watson, Marcus, Karamatic, Rozemary and Hewett, David (2009). A colonoscopy competency framework derived from task analysis. In: A. Shaw, Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. Designing Futures - 45th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, Melbourne, (xx-xx). 22-25 November, 2009.

  • Zupanc, C., Burgess-Limerick, R., Watson, M.O., Riek, S., Wallis, G., Plooy, A., Horswill, M., Hill, A., Karamatic, R. and Hewett, D.G. (2009). A colonoscopy competency framework derived from task analysis. In: , Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Abstracts of the Australian Gastroenterology Week 2009. Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week 2009, Sydney, NSW, (A221-A221). 21-24 October 2009.

  • Hill, A., Karamatic, R., Horswill, M. S., Watson, M. O., Basit, T., Plooy, A. M., Zupanc, C., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Hewett, D. G. (2009). A systematic comparison of the realism of four colonoscopy simulators. In: G. C. Farrell, Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology: Abstracts for Australian Gastroenterology Week 2009. Australian & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week 2009, Sydney, NSW, (A252-A252). 21-24 October, 2009.

  • Hill, A., Karamatic R., Horswill, M. S., Watson, M. O., Plooy, A. M., Basit, T., Zupanc, C., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Hewett, D. G. (2009). A systematic comparison of the realism of four colonoscopy simulators. In: Royal Brisbane Hospital Research Symposium, Brisbane, Australia, (). 2009.

  • Karamatic, R., Basit, T., Hill, A., Horswill, M. S., Watson, M.O., Plooy, A. M., Zupanc, C., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Hewett, D. G. (2009). Colonoscopy looping management: Does explicit instruction help?. In: 14th National Prevocational Medical Education Forum, Southport, Gold Coast, Queensland, (). 15-18 November 2009.

  • Karamatic, R., Basit, T., Hill, A., Horswill, M. S., Watson, M. O., Plooy, A. M., Zupanc, C., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Hewett, D. G. (2009). Colonoscopy looping management: Does explicit instruction help?. In: G.C. Farrell, Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology: Abstracts for Australian Gastroenterology Week 2009. Australia & New Zealand Medical & Surgical Gastrointestinal Week 2009, Sydney, NSW, (A256-A256). 21-24 October 2009.

  • Karamatic, R., Basit, T., Hill, A., Horswill, M. S., Watson, M.O., Plooy, A. M., Zupanc, C., Riek, S. P., Wallis, G. M., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Hewett, D. G. (2009). Colonoscopy looping management: does explicit instruction help?. In: 13th Annual Coolum Update 2009 in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Coolum, Qld, Australia, (). 6-8 June 2009.

  • Siebeck, U. E., Wallis, G. and Vorobyev, M. (2009). Colour discrimination in coral reef fish. In: , Perception. , , (39-39). .

  • Burgess-Limerick, Robin, Krupenia, Veronica, Zupanc, Christine, Wallis, Guy and Steiner, Lisa (2009). Reducing control selection errors. In: A. Shaw, Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. Designing Futures - 45th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, Melbourne, (xx-xx). 22-25 November, 2009.

  • Wallis, G. and Ringelhan, S. (2009). The perceptual dynamics of tristable stimuli. In: , Perception. , , (112-112). .

  • Coelho, C., Cloete, S. and Wallis, G. (2009). When angry faces are just cross(es). In: , Perception. , , (83-83). .

  • Cloete, S. R. and Wallis, G. (2008). Changing lanes on a curved trajectory: Another look at visual feedback. In: Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Brisbane, Australia, (). 18–21 July 2008.

  • Hill, A., Horswill, M., Hewett, D., Plooy, A., Wallis, G., Burgess-Limerick, R., Watson, M. and Riek, S. (2008). Describing and understanding skill in virtual colonoscopy. In: Walker, K., SimTecT 2008 Health Simulation Conference Proceedings. Simulation - Realising the Potential, Brisbane, (28). 8-11 September, 2008.

  • Watson, M., Riek, S., Passenger, J., Hewett, D., Plooy, A., Wallis, G. and Horswill, M. (2008). Examining design considerations for developing simulators and training programs. In: , SimTecT 2008 Health Simulation Conference Proceedings. Simulation - Realising the Potential, Brisbane, (28). 8-11 September, 2008.

  • Krupenia, V .K. E., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Wallis G. (2008). Principles for designing control levers. In: , Sustainable performance - human factors, ergonomics and the work environment : proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. 44th Annual Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Conference 2008, HFESA 2008, Adelaide, SA Australia, (196-203). 17-19 November 2008.

  • Zupanc, C., Burgess-Limerick, R. and Wallis, G. (2008). Strategy affects compatibility: Evidence from a coal mine shuttle car simulator. In: Verna Blewett and Matthew Thomas, Sustainable performance - human factors, ergonomics and the work environment: Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. 44th Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference (Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia), Adelaide, Australia, (213-221). 17-19 November, 2008.

  • Zupanc, C., Burgess-Limerick, R. J. and Wallis, G. (2007). Age and compatibility effects on steering error and reaction time performance: Evidence from a coal mine shuttle car simulator. In: L. Straker, Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. 43rd Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia. A Healthy Society: Safe, Satisfied and Productive, Perth, Western Australia, Australia, (46-46). 26-28 November 2007.

  • Wallis, Guy (2007). Breaking multiple forms of view invariance. In: , Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Meeting, Sarasota, FL., (article 334). 11 - 16 May, 2007.

  • Wallis, Guy (2007). Evidence for the perception of ocular microtremor, and why it is the undoing of temporal binding. In: Vision Down Under, 7th IBRO Congress of Neuroscience Satellite Meeting on the Eye and Brain, Palm Cove, Cairns, Australia, (). 19-22 July, 2007.

  • Wallis, Guy (2007). Functional imaging of primary visual areas during the processing of illusory contours. In: EPC07 -34th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Australian National University Canberra, (). April 13 - 15, 2007.

  • Wallis, Guy, Tichon, Jennifer and Mildred, T. (2007). Speed Perception: An objective measure of presence in virtual environments. In: , SimTecT 2007 conference proceedings. SimTecT 2007 Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland Australia, (). 4 - 7 June 2007.

  • Wallis, G. M. (2006). Associative learning in perception: The role of temporal correlation in establishing transform-invariant representations of objects. In: , Perception. , , (114-114). .

  • Burmester, Alex and Wallis, Guy (2006). Capacity limits for the detection of changing visual features. In: , Journal of Vision. Vision Sciences Society Meeting 2006, Sarasota, USA, (58a-58a). 5th - 10th May, 2006.

  • Burmester, A. and Wallis, G. (2006). Capacity limits for the detection of changing visual features. In: O. Lipp and S. Price, Australian Journal of Psychology: Abstracts of the 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. The 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Bardon Conference Centre, Brisbane, (65-66). 20-23 April, 2006.

  • Burmester, A. and Wallis, G. M. (2006). Capacity limits for the detection of changing visual features. In: , Perception. 29th European Conference on Visual Perception, St Petersburg, Russia, (157-157). 20-25 August, 2006.

  • Wallis, Guy (2006). On the spatio-temporal limits of retinal motion compensation, and why they are the undoing of temporal binding. In: , Journal of Vision: Vision Sciences Society AGM. Vision Sciences Society Annual Conference, Sarasota, Florida, (93a-93a). 5-10 May, 2006.

  • Wallis, G. M. (2006). Oral presentation: Associative learning in perception: The role of temporal correlation in establishing transform-invariant representations of objects. In: , Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Visual Perception. EVCP 2006 : 29th European Conference on Visual Perception, St Petersburg, (114-114). 20-25 August 2006.

  • Wallis, G. M. (2006). Perceiving ocular motor tremor and what it tells us about mechanisms underlying compensation for fixational eye movements. In: , Perception. 29th Annual Meeting of the European Conference on Visual Perception, St Petersburg, Russia, (229-229). 20-26 August 2006.

  • Zupanc, Christine M., Burgess-Limerick, Robin J. and Wallis, Guy (2006). Performance consequences of alternating directional control-response compatibility: Evidence from a coal mine shuttle car simulator. In: Talbot, J., Proceedings of The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia 42nd Annual Conference. New Technology: Putting Macro and Micro into Context, Sydney, (). 20-22 November, 2006.

  • Hine, T., Wallis, G., Wood, J. M. and Stavrou, E. P. (2006). Reflexive OKN with partial and full field stimulation: Effects of age and light level. In: Lipp, O. and Price, S., Australian Journal of Psychology. 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Bardon Conference Centre, Brisbane, (79-79). 20-23 April, 2006.

  • Wallis, G. (2006). Unravelling the myth of temporal binding. In: , Australian Journal of Psychology. , , (94-94). .

  • Wallis, G. (2006). Unravelling the myth of temporal binding. In: Lipp, Ottmar V. and Price, Sarah, Australian Journal of Psychology. The 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Bardon Conference Centre, Brisbane, (94-94). 20th - 23rd April, 2006.

  • Tichon, J G, Wallis, G and Mildred, T. (2006). Virtual training environments to improve train driver's crisis decision making. In: J. Bhalla, SimTecT 2006 Simulation Conference Abstracts. Challenges and Opportunities for a Complex and Networked World, Melbourne, (). 29 May - 1 June, 2006.

  • Muller, S., Abernethy, A. B., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2005). Attunement to constraints: From where do skilled cricket batsmen pick-up information to anticipate a bowler's intent?. In: T. Morris, P. Terry, S. Gordon and et al., Proceedings of the ISSP 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Promoting Health and Performance for Life, Sydney, (). 15-19 August, 2005.

  • Abernethy, A. B., Muller, S., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2005). Dealing with natural constraints: The timing of information pick-up by cricket batsmen of different skill levels. In: T. Morris, P. Terry, S. Gordon and et al., Proceedings of the ISSP 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Promoting Health and Performance for Life, Sydney, (). 15-19 August, 2005.

  • Hine, T. J., Wallis, G., Wood, J. M. and Stavrou, E. P. (2005). Mesopic light levels reveal a deficit in reflexive optokinetic nystagmus in older people. In: , Perception. 28th Annual Meeting of the European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna, Spain, (227-228). 22-26 August 2005.

  • Zupanc, C., Burgess-Limerick, R. J. and Wallis, G. (2005). Steering errors and movement time while driving a underground coal mine shuttle car in virtual reality. In: S. Bell, J. Oberholzer and D. Cliff, 31st Biennial International Conference of Safety in Mines Research Institutes. Health and Safety Mining Research for a Sustainable Future, Brisbane, (129-132). 2-5 October, 2005.

  • Wallis, G. (2005). Temporal Binding Undone. In: P. Martin, Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society 25th Annual Meeting. Australian Neuroscience Society, 25th AGM, Perth Convention Centre, Perth, (). 30 January - 2 February 2005.

  • Cloete, S., Wallis, G., Walterso, L. and Broerseo, P. J. (2004). No evidence of perceptual dimorphism in the Fraser - Wilcox illusion. In: , Perception. Proceedings of: Twenty-seventh European Conference on Visual Perception. Twenty-seventh European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest, Hungry, (153b). 22-26 August 2004.

  • Cloete, S, Wallis, G, Walters, L and Broerse, PJ (2004). No evidence of perceptual dimorphism in the Fraser-Wilcox illusion. In: , Perception. , , (153-153). .

  • Carter, O., Alais, D., Burr, D., Hasler, F., Liu, G., Wallis, G., Vollenweider, F. and Pettigrew, J. (2004). The Effects of he Hallucinogenic Serotonin 1A/2A Agonist, Psilocybin, on Binocular Rivalry and Visual Contrast Detection Thresholds. In: Professor Paul Martin, Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society 24th Annual Meeting. Australian Neuroscience Society 24th Annual Meeting, Melbourne Convention Centre, (). 27-30 January.

  • Wallis, G (2004). Unraveling the behavioural evidence for temporal binding. In: , Perception. , , (34-34). .

  • Wallis, G. (2004). Unravelling the behavioural evidence for temporal binding. In: , Proceedings of the Twenty-seventh European Conference on Visual. ECVP 2004:Twenty-seventh European Conference on Visual, Budapest, Hungary, (). 22-26 September, 2004.

  • Muller, S., Abernethy, A. B., Farrow, D., Wallis, G. and Barras, N. (2004). When is information extracted for anticipation of ball type in cricket batting?. In: , Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Inaugural National Conference. Exercise and Sports Science 2004 - From Research to Practice, Brisbane, (). 14-16 April 2004.

  • Campbell, T. G., Eriksson, G., Wallis, G., Liu, G. B. and Pettigrew, J. D. (2003). Correlated individual variation of efference copy and perceptual rivalry timing. In: , Neuroscience 2003 Abstracts. Neuroscience 2003, New Orleans, USA, (). 8-12 November 2003.

  • Wallis, Guy (2003). Countering behavioural evidence for the temporal binding hypothesis. In: , Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Twenty-Third Annual Meeting. ANS Annual Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, S.A., (xx-xx). 28-31 January 2003.

  • Cloete, S., Wallis, G. and Horberry, T. (2003). Repetition and Semantic Priming with Traffic signs: Effect of Sign Format and Interstimulus Interval. In: , Vision in Vehicles X. Vision in Vehicles X, Granada, Spain, (). 7-10 September 2003.

  • Wallis, G. (2003). The influence of millisecond stimulus asynchrony on perceptual grouping can be explained by ocular microtremor. In: J. Ward, Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting. , London, (). 6-7 January, 2003.

  • Wallis, G. (2001). Learning object identity from temporal correlation. In: M. Gillies, Australasian Ophthalmic & Visual Science Meeting Transactions. Special Symposium on Face and Object Recognition. 5th Australasian Ophthalmic & Visual Science Meeting, Sydney, Australia, (). December, 2001.

  • Wallis, G. (2001). Reaffirming prefrontal cortex as the seat of visual working memory. In: P. Pilowsky, Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Australian Neuroscience AGM, Brisbane, (54). 28-31 January, 2001.

  • Wallis, G., Tresilian, J. R. and Chatziastros, A. (2000). The influence of non-visual cue on steering behaviour. In: , Perception: 23rd European Conference on Visual Percpetion Abstracts. 23rd European Conference on Visual Percpetion Abstracts, Groningen, (121-122). 27th - 31st August, 2000.

  • Wallis, G., Tresilian, J. and Chatziastros, A. (2000). The influence of non-visual cues on steering behaviour. In: , Perception. , , (121-122). .

  • Wallis, G. (1999). End of the road for the steering wheel?. In: , The Challenge of Integration. 3rd National Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Brisbane, (). 3rd - 5th May, 1999.

  • Wallis, G. (1999). Temporal smoothness constrains the learning of view-invariant object recognition. In: , Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Australian Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, Univ. of Tas., Hobart, (). 31st January - 3rd February, 1999.

  • Chatziastros, A, Wallis, GM and Bulthoff, HH (1999). The effect of field of view and surface texture on driver steering performance. In: , Vision in Vehicles - VII. 7th International Conference on Vision in Vehicles, Marseille France, (253-259). Sep, 1997.

  • Wallis, G. (1999). Time as a cue in object recognition learning. In: , Australian Journal of Psychology. 26th Annual Experimental Psychology Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, (46). 9th - 11th April, 1999.

  • Chatziastros, A., Wallis, G. M. and Buelthoff, H. H. (1998). Lane changing without visual feedback?. In: , Perception. , , (59-59). .

  • Wallis, G. M. and Buelthoff, H. H. (1998). Using a 'virtual illusion' to put parallax in its place. In: , Perception. , , (19-19). .

  • Wallis, GM and Bulthoff, HH (1997). Scene and not seen: Noticing changes in complex environments. In: , Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. , , (1730-1730). .

  • Chatziastros, A, Wallis, GM and Bulthoff, HH (1997). The influence of road markings and texture on steering accuracy in a driving simulator. In: , Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. , , (383-383). .

  • Wallis, G. M., Chatziastros, A. and Buelthoff, H. H. (1997). Even experienced drivers have the wrong concept about how to change lanes. In: , Perception. , , (100-101). .

  • Wallis, G. M. and Buelthoff, H. H. (1997). Temporal correlations in presentation order during learning affects human object recognition. In: , Perception. , , (32-33). .

  • Wallis, G, Rolls, E and Foldiak, P (1993). Learning Invariant Responses to the Natural Transformations of Objects. In: , Ijcnn '93-Nagoya : Proceedings of 1993 International Joint Conference On Neural Networks, Vols 1-3. 1993 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 93-Nagoya), Nagoya Japan, (1087-1090). Oct 25-29, 1993.

Grants

PhD and MPhil Supervision

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