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    1. Viswanathan, S; Frishman, LJ; Robson, JG; Walters, JW
      The photopic negative response of the flash electroretinogram in primary open angle glaucoma

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    2. Hood, DC; Bearse, MA; Sutter, EE; Viswanathan, S; Frishman, LJ
      The optic nerve head component of the monkey's (Macaca mulatta) multifocalelectroretinogram (mERG)

      VISION RESEARCH
    3. Viswanathan, S; Frishman, LJ; Robson, JG
      The uniform field and pattern ERG in macaques with experimental glaucoma: Removal of spiking activity

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    4. Reich, LN; Levi, DM; Frishman, LJ
      Dynamic random noise shrinks the twinkling aftereffect induced by artificial scotomas

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Hood, DC; Frishman, LJ; Viswanathan, S; Robson, JG; Ahmed, J
      Evidence for a ganglion cell contribution to the primate electroretinogram(ERG): Effects of TTX on the multifocal ERG in macaque

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Viswanathan, S; Frishman, LJ; Robson, JG; Harwerth, RS; Smith, EL
      The photopic negative response of the macaque electroretinogram: Reductionby experimental glaucoma

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    7. CHEN Y; BEDELL HE; FRISHMAN LJ; LEVI DM
      STIMULUS UNCERTAINTY AFFECTS VELOCITY DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    8. Chen, Y; Bedell, HE; Frishman, LJ
      The precision of velocity discrimination across spatial frequency

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    9. Robson, JG; Frishman, LJ
      Dissecting the dark-adapted electroretinogram

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    10. VISWANATHAN S; FRISHMAN LJ
      NEGATIVE POTENTIALS THAT ORIGINATE FROM INNER RETINA IN THE PHOTOPIC ELECTRORETINOGRAMS OF CATS AND PRIMATES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    11. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ; VISWANATHAN S
      TIMECOURSE AND ADAPTATION OF ROD PHOTORECEPTOR RESPONSES DERIVED FROMELECTRORETINOGRAMS USING A HIGH-INTENSITY PROBE FLASH IN PRIMATES ANDCATS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    12. FRISHMAN LJ; REDDY MG; ROBSON JG
      EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND LIGHT ON THE HUMAN DARK-ADAPTED ELECTRORETINOGRAM AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL THRESHOLD

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    13. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ
      PHOTORECEPTOR AND BIPOLAR-CELL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CAT ELECTRORETINOGRAM - A KINETIC-MODEL FOR THE EARLY PART OF THE FLASH RESPONSE

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    14. CHEN Y; BEDELL HE; FRISHMAN LJ
      TEMPORAL-CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION AND ITS NEURAL CORRELATES

      Perception
    15. VISWANATHAN S; FRISHMAN LJ; ROBSON JG; HARWERTH RS; SMITH EL
      INNER RETINAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PHOTOPIC FLASH ERG OF MACAQUE MONKEY - SUPPRESSION OF RESPONSES BY PHARMACOLOGICAL AGENTS AND EXPERIMENTAL GLAUCOMA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    16. FRISHMAN LJ; ROBSON JG; VISWANATHAN S
      RESPONSE KINETICS OF RETINAL CELLS AT SCOTOPIC LEVELS IN THE CAT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    17. CHEN Y; BEDELL HE; FRISHMAN LJ; LEVI DM
      MOTION MECHANISMS TUNED FOR SPEED BUT NOT SPATIAL-FREQUENCY - EVIDENCE FROM SPEED DISCRIMINATION USING AN UNCERTAINTY PARADIGM

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    18. FRISHMAN LJ; SHEN FF; DU L; ROBSON JG; HARWERTH RS; SMITH EL; CARTERDAWSON L; CRAWFORD MLJ
      THE SCOTOPIC ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF MACAQUE AFTER RETINAL GANGLION-CELLLOSS FROM EXPERIMENTAL GLAUCOMA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    19. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ; VISWANATHAN S
      FLASH AND FLICKER ELECTRORETINOGRAM FROM ROD BIPOLAR CELLS IN THE CATRETINA

      Vision research
    20. FRISHMAN LJ; ROBSON JG
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE COMPONENTS OF THE SCOTOPIC ERG OF CAT, MONKEY, AND HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Vision research
    21. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ
      RESPONSE LINEARITY AND KINETICS OF THE CAT RETINA - THE BIPOLAR CELL COMPONENT OF THE DARK-ADAPTED ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Visual neuroscience
    22. CHEN Y; BEDELL HE; FRISHMAN LJ
      VELOCITY DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN STIMULI OF DIFFERENT SPATIAL-FREQUENCIES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    23. VISWANATHAN S; FRISHMAN LJ; HARWERTH RS; SMITH EL
      PERG RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS IN MACAQUE MONKEYS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    24. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ
      KINETICS AND LATENCY OF THE ROD-PH COMPONENT OF THE DARK-ADAPTED ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF THE CAT ARE CONSISTENT WITH A G-PROTEIN CASCADE IN BIPOLAR CELLS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    25. FRISHMAN LJ; SIEVING PA
      EVIDENCE FOR 2 SITES OF ADAPTATION AFFECTING THE DARK-ADAPTED ERG OF CATS AND PRIMATES

      Vision research
    26. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ
      INNER-RETINAL COMPONENTS CONTRIBUTE TO THE A-WAVE OF THE ERG OF THE DARK-ADAPTED CAT

      Vision research
    27. FRISHMAN LJ; DU L; SHEN F; ROBSON JG; HARWERTH RS; SMITH EL; CARTERDAWSON L; CRAWFORD MLJ
      DO RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS CONTRIBUTE TO THE SCOTOPIC ERG OF THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    28. ROBSON JG; FRISHMAN LJ; DU L; HARWERTH RS; SMITH EL
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE COMPONENTS OF THE SCOTOPIC ERG IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    29. DILLER LC; TROY B; FRISHMAN LJ
      A LINEAR SPATIOTEMPORAL MODEL OF THE PHOTOPIC TEMPORAL FREQUENCY-RESPONSE OF THE CAT X-CELL CENTER

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    30. FRISHMAN LJ; SIEVING PA
      INCREMENTAL SENSITIVITY OF THE STR AND PII IN CATS AND PRIMATES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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