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Special Issue: Call for Papers | Journal of Vision | From peripheral to transsaccadic and foveal perception
Conference: Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) Nov 14 2019 Montréal, Québec, Canada
Special Issue: Call for Papers | Journal of Vision | Vision and Information Visualization
Conference: Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting (FVM) Sep 19-22 2019 Washington, DC
Conference: Electronic Imaging (EI 2020) Jan 26-30 2020 Burlingame, CA, USA
Conference: International Pupil Colloquium Oct 2-4 20119 Murcia, Spain
Conference: European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM) Aug 18-22 2019 Alicante, Spain
Special Issue: Call for Papers | Journal of Vision | Advances in Perceptual Learning
Conference: Asia Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV) Jul 29 - Aug 1 2019 Osaka, Japan
Special Issue: Call for Papers | Journal of Vision | Computational Models of Early Vision
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