Pritchard, S & Hammett, S.T (2011) The effect of luminance on simulated driving speed. Vision Research, in press.

Hammett, S.T., Wall, M.B., Edwards, T.C. & Smith, A.T. (2010) Dietary supplementation of creatine monohydrate reduces the human fMRI BOLD signal. Neuroscience Letters, 479, 201-205.

Hammett, S.T., Champion, R.A., Morland, A.B. & Thompson, P.G. (2007) Perceptual distortions of speed at low luminance:  Evidence inconsistent with a Bayesian account of speed encoding, Vision Research, 47, 564-568.

Champion, R.A.,  & Hammett, S.T. & Thompson, P. G. (2007) Perceived direction of plaid motion is not predicted by component speeds, Vision Research, 47, 375-383.

Thompson P.G,  Brooks K. & Hammett S.T. (2006) Reducing stimulus contrast: speed can go up as well as down. Vision Research, 46, 782-786.

Hammett, S.T, Champion,  R.A.C., Morland, A.B. & Thompson, P.G. (2005) A ratio model of perceived speed in human vision. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 272, 2351-2356.

Hammett, S.T., Georgeson, M.A. , Bedingham, S.  & Barbieri-Hesse (2003) Motion sharpening and contrast: Gain control precedes compressive non-linearity. Vision Research, 43 (10): 1187-1199.

Hammett, S. T., Georgeson, M.A. & Barbieri-Hesse, G.S. (2003) Motion, flash and flicker: A unified spatiotemporal model of perceived edge sharpening. Perception, 32 (10): 1221-1232.

Georgeson, M.A. & Hammett, S.T. (2002) Seeing blur: “Motion sharpening” without motion.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 269, 1429-1434.

Hammett, S.T., Thompson, P.G. & Bedingham, S. (2000) The dynamics of velocity adaptation in human vision, Current Biology, 10, 1123-1126.

Bex, P.J., Bedingham, S. & Hammett, S.T. (1999) Apparent Speed and Speed Sensitivity During Adaptation to Motion, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 16, 2817-2824.

Gorea, A. & Hammett, S.T. (1998) Spatio-temporal vernier acuity, Spatial Vision, 11, 295-313.

Hammett S.T, Georgeson, M.A. & Gorea, A. (1998) Motion blur and motion sharpening: temporal smear and local contrast non-linearity, Vision Research, 38, 2099-2108.

Snowden, R.J. & Hammett S.T. (1998) The effects of surround contrast on contrast thresholds, perceived contrast and contrast discrimination Vision Research,  38, 1935-1945.

Hammett, S.T.  (1997) Motion blur and motion sharpening in the human visual system Vision Research, 37, 2505-2511

Cropper, S.J. & Hammett, S.T. (1997) Adaptation to motion of a second-order pattern: the MAE is not a general result Vision Research, 37, 2247-2260.

Hammett S.T. & Bex, P.J. (1996) Motion sharpening: Evidence for the addition of high spatial frequencies to the effective neural image Vision Research, 36,2729-2733.

Snowden, R.J. & Hammett S.T. (1996) Spatial frequency adaptation: threshold elevation and perceived contrast Vision Research, 36, 1797-1809.

Hammett S.T. & Snowden, R.J. (1995) Effect of adaptation on briefly presented stimuli Vision Research 35, 1721-25.

Hammett, S.T., Snowden, R.J. & Smith, A.T. (1994) Perceived contrast as a function of adaptation duration Vision Research, 34, 31-40.

Hammett, S.T. & Smith, A.T. (1994) Temporal beats in the human visual system Vision Research, 34, 2833-2840.

Hammett, S.T., Ledgeway, T. & Smith, A.T. (1993) Transparent motion from feature- and luminance-based processes Vision Research, 33, 1119-1122 .

Hammett  S.T.  & Smith A.T. (1992) Two temporal channels or three? A re-evaluation Vision Research, 32, 285-292.

Snowden, R.J. & Hammett, S.T. (1992) Subtractive and divisive adaptation in the human visual system Nature, 355, 248-250.

Hammett  S.T.  &   Smith A.T. (1990) Flicker adaptation in the periphery  at constant perceived modulation  depth   Perception, 19(1), 113-117.