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Japanese Psychological Research

Cover image for Vol. 58 Issue 3

Edited By: Professor Makoto Miyatani

Impact Factor: 0.71

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 84/129 (Psychology Multidisciplinary)

Online ISSN: 1468-5884

Three-dimensional visual space: Phenomena, theories, and applications

This special issue of Japanese Psychological Research provides a broad sampling of the various topics of research that have been conducted in the area of binocular stereopsis, which involves stereoscopic three-dimensional (S3-D) perception. The studies presented in this special issue will equip readers with a broader perspective and help stimulate them to carry research on binocular stereopsis to greater heights.

Editorial: Three-dimensional visual space: Phenomena, theories, and applications
Koichi Shimono and Atsuki Higashiyama

A minimal algorithm for computing the likelihood of binocular correspondence
Hiroyuki Mitsudo

Isolation of two binocular mechanisms for motion in depth: A model and psychophysics
Satoshi Shioiri, Kazumichi Matsumiya and Kazuya Matsubara

Effects of the amount of monocular shape information on stereo scaling problem
Hiroaki Shigemasu and Takao Sato

Effects of binocular disparity on impressions
Daisuke Toya and Makoto Ichikawa

Early studies of binocular and stereoscopic vision
Nicholas J. Wade and Hiroshi Ono

Two historical strands in studying visual direction
Hiroshi Ono and Nicholas J. Wade

Problem-driven three-dimensional television research involving human visual perception studies
Wa James Tam, Filippo Speranza and Carlos Vázquez