Akeley, K., Watt, S. J., Girshick, A. R., & Banks, M. S. (2004) A stereo display prototype with multiple focal distances. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 23, I804-813. [PDF]

Banks, M.S. (2004) What you see and hear is what you get. Current Biology, 14, R236-R238. [PDF]

Banks, M.S., Gepshtein, S. & Landy, M.S. (2004) Why is spatial stereoresolution so low? Journal of Neuroscience, 24, 2077-2089. [PDF]

Hillis, J.M., Watt, S.J., Landy, M.S. & Banks, M.S. (2004) Slant from texture and disparity cues: optimal cue combination. Journal of Vision, 4, 967-992. [PDF]

Banks, M.S., Ghose, T. & Hillis, J.M. (2004) Relative image size, not eye position, determines eye dominance switches. Vision Research, 44, 3, 229-234. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Stone, L.S., Miles, F.A. & Banks, M.S. (2003) Linking eye movements and perception. Journal of Vision, 3, 11, i-iii. [PDF]

Gepshtein, S. & Banks, M.S. (2003) Viewing geometry determines how vision and haptics combine in size perception. Current Biology, 13, 6, 483-488. [PDF]

Hillis, J.M., Ernst, M.O., Banks, M.S. & Landy, M.S. (2002) Combining Sensory Information: Mandatory Fusion Within, but Not Between Senses. Science, 298, 1627-1630. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Ernst, M.O. & Banks, M.S. (2002) Humans integrate visual and haptic information in a statistically optimal fashion. Nature, 415, 429-433. [PDF]

Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T., & Banks, R.S. (2002) Is vertical disparity used to determine azimuth? Vision Research, 42, 801-807. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Suttle, C.M., Banks, M.S., & Graf, E.W. (2002). FPL and sweep VEP to tritan stimuli in young human infants Vision Research, 42, 2879-2891. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Adams, W.J., Banks, M.S., & van Ee, R. (2001) Adaptation to 3D distortions in human vision. Nature Neuroscience, 4, 1, 1063-1064. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Banks, M.S., Hooge, I.T.C., & Backus, B.T. (2001) Perceiving slant about a horizontal axis from stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 1, 2, 55-78. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Hillis, J.M. & Banks, M.S. (2001) Are corresponding points fixed? Vision Research, 41, 2457-2473. [PDF]

James, F.M.K., Whitehead, S., Humphrey, G.K., Banks, M.S., & Vilis, T. (2001) Eye position sense contributes to the judgement of slant. Vision Research, 41, 3447-3454. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Domini, F., Adams, W., & Banks, M.S. (2001) 3D aftereffects are due to shape and not disparity adaptation. Vision Research, 41, 2733-2739. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Ernst, M.O., Banks, M.S., Bulthoff, H.H. (2000) Touch can change visual slant perception. Nature Neuroscience, 3, 1, 69-73. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Freeman, T.C.A. Crowell, J.A. & Banks, M.S. (2000) Extra-retinal and retinal amplitude and phase errors during Filehne illusion and path perception. Perception & Psychophysics, 62, 900-909. [PDF]

Suttle, C.M., Banks, M.S., & Candy, T.R. (2000). Does a front-end nonlinearity confound VEP acuity measures in human infants? Vision Research, 40, 3665-3675. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Backus, B.T. & Banks, M.S. (1999) Estimator reliability and distance scaling in stereoscopic slant perception. Perception, 28, 217-242. [PDF]

van Ee, R., Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T. (1999) An analysis of binocular slant contrast. Perception, 28, 1121-1145. [PDF]

Backus, B.T., Banks, M.S., van Ee, R., Crowell, J.A. (1999) Horizontal and vertical disparity, eye position, and stereoscopic slant perception. Vision Research, 39, 1143-1170. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

van Ee, R., Banks, M.S., Backus, B.T. (1999) Perceived visual direction near an occluder. Vision Research, 39, 4085-4097. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Candy, T.R. & Banks, M.S. (1999). Use of an early nonlinearity to measure optical and receptor resolution in the human infant. Vision Research, 39, 3386-3398. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Banks, M.S. & Backus, B.T. (1998) Extra-retinal and perspective cues cause the small range of the induced effect. Vision Research, 38, 187-194. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Ehrlich, S.M., Beck, D.M., Crowell, J.A., Freeman, T.C.A., & Banks, M.S. (1998) Depth information and perceived self-motion during simulated gaze rotations. Vision Research, 38, 3129-3145. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Freeman, T.C.A. & Banks, M.S. (1998) Perceived head-centric speed is affected by both extra-retinal and retinal errors. Vision Research, 38, 941-945. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Candy, T.R., Crowell, J.A., & Banks, M.S. (1998) Optical, receptoral, and retinal constraints on foveal and peripheral vision in the human neonate. Vision Research, 38, 3857-3870. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Crowell, J.A., Banks, M.S., Shenoy, K.V., & Andersen, R.A. (1998) Visual self-motion perception during head turns is mediated by a non-linear interaction between three extra-retinal cues. Nature Neuroscience, 1, 8, 732-737. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Banks, M.S., van Ee, R., & Backus, B.T. (1997) The computation of binocular visual direction, A re-examination of Mansfield and Legge (1997). Vision Research, 37, 1605-1610. [PDF]

Kellman, P. & Banks, M.S. (1997). Infant visual perception. In R. Siegler and D. Kuhn (Eds.), Handbook of Child Development, Fifth Edition, Volume 2: Cognition, Perception, and Language (pp. 103-146). New York: Wiley.

Banks, M.S., Ehrlich, S.M., Backus, B.T., & Crowell, J.A. (1996) Estimating heading during real and simulated eye movements. Vision Research, 36, 431-444. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Hecht, H., Kaiser, M.K., & Banks, M.S. (1996) Gravitational acceleration as a cue for absolute size and distance? Perception & Psychophysics, 58, 1066-1075. [PDF]

Bradley, D.C., Maxwell, M., Andersen, R.A., Banks, M.S., & Shenoy, K.V. (1996) Mechanisms of heading perception in primate visual cortex. Science, 273, 1544-1547. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Crowell, J.A. & Banks, M.S. (1996) Ideal observer for heading judgments. Vision Research, 36, 471- 490. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Shannon, E.S., Skoczenski, A.M., & Banks, M.S. (1996). Retinal illuminance and contrast sensitivity in human infants. Vision Research, 36, 67-76. [ABSTRACT] [PDF]

Geisler, W.S. & Banks, M.S. (1995). Visual performance. In Handbook of Optics. Washington, Optical Society of America.