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Conference Publications


Doerschner K, Ennis R, Börner P, Maile F, Gegenfurtner K. (2023) Color appearance of iridescent objects. London Imaging Meeting: Material Appearance.

Book Chapters


Gegenfurtner K, Ennis R. (2014) Fundamentals of color vision II: higher-order color processing in AJ Elliot, MD Fairchild, A Franklin (Eds.), Handbook of Color Psychology (pp. 70-109). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.



Ennis R, Doerschner K. (2021) The color appearance of curved transparent objects. Journal of Vision, 21(5):1-48.

Cavdan M, Ennis R, Drewing K, Doerschner K. (2021) Constraining haptic exploration with sensors and gloves hardly changes the multidimensional structure of softness perception. 2021 IEEE World Haptics Conference, pp. 31-36.


Ennis R, Doerschner K. (2019) Disentangling simultaneous changes of surface and illumination. Vision Research, 158:173-188.

Ennis R, Zaidi Q. (2019) Geometrical structure of perceptual color space: mental representations and adaptation invariance. Journal of Vision, 19(12):1-17.


Ennis R, Schiller F, Toscani M, Gegenfurtner K. (2018) Hyperspectral database of fruits and vegetables. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 35(4):B256-B266.

Milojevic Z, Ennis R, Toscani M, Gegenfurtner K. (2018) Categorizing natural color distributions. Vision Research, 151:18-30.


Ennis R, Toscani M, Gegenfurtner K. (2017) Seeing lightness in the dark. Current Biology, 27(12):R586-R588.


Dul M, Ennis R, Radner S, Lee B, Zaidi Q. (2015) Retinal adaptation abnormalities in primary open-angle glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology \& Visual Science, 56(2): 1329-1334.


Ennis R, Cao D, Lee B, Zaidi Q. (2014) Eye movements and the neural basis of context effects on visual sensitivity. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(24):8119-8129


Zaidi Q, Ennis R, Cao D, Lee B. (2012) Neural locus of color afterimages. Current Biology, 22(3):220-4.


Shapiro A, Lu ZL, Huang CB, Knight E, Ennis R. (2010) Transitions between central and peripheral vision create spatial/temporal distortions: a hypothesis concerning the perceived break of the curveball. PLoS ONE, 5(10):e13296.