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    1. Chen, CC; Tyler, CW
      Lateral sensitivity modulation explains the flanker effect in contrast discrimination

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Tyler, CW; Kontsevich, LL
      Stereoprocessing of cyclopean depth images: horizontally elongated summation fields

      VISION RESEARCH
    3. Kontsevich, LL; Tyler, CW
      Relative contributions of sustained and transient pathways to human stereoprocessing

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. Tyler, CW; Chen, CC
      Signal detection theory in the 2AFC paradigm: attention, channel uncertainty and probability summation

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Kontsevich, LI; Tyler, CW
      Distraction of attention and the slope of the psychometric function

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    6. Tyler, CW
      Human symmetry detection exhibits reverse eccentricity scaling

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Polat, U; Tyler, CW
      What pattern the eye sees best

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Kontsevich, LL; Tyler, CW
      Bayesian adaptive estimation of psychometric slope and threshold

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Kontsevich, LL; Tyler, CW
      Nonlinearities of near-threshold contrast transduction

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Tyler, CW
      Neuroscience - Is art lawful?

      SCIENCE
    11. TYLER CW
      THE CARTESIAN BROADWAY

      Perception
    12. TYLER CW; HARDAGE L
      LONG-RANGE TWINKLE INDUCTION - AN ACHROMATIC REBOUND EFFECT IN THE MAGNOCELLULAR PROCESSING SYSTEM

      Perception
    13. Tyler, CW
      The Cartesian Broadway

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    14. KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW
      HOW MUCH OF THE VISUAL OBJECT IS USED IN ESTIMATING ITS POSITION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    15. TYLER CW
      PAINTERS CENTER ONE EYE IN PORTRAITS

      Nature
    16. TYLER CW
      ON PTOLEMYS GEOMETRY OF BINOCULAR VISION

      Perception
    17. KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW
      THE LOCAL CHANNEL STRUCTURE OF HUMAN STEREOPSIS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    18. POLAT U; TYLER CW
      WHAT PATTERN DOES THE EYE SEE BEST

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    19. TYLER CW
      AN EYE-PLACEMENT PRINCIPLE IN 500 YEARS OF PORTRAITS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    20. JAGADEESH B; WHEAT HS; KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW; FERSTER D
      DIRECTION SELECTIVITY OF SYNAPTIC POTENTIALS IN SIMPLE CELLS OF THE CAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    21. TYLER CW; GRANOFF BR
      COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS BETWEEN ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL-ASSOCIATIONS ANDTHE CENTERS-FOR-DISEASE-CONTROL AND PREVENTION

      American journal of preventive medicine
    22. KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW
      A NEW EVALUATION OF SPATIAL CHANNEL STRUCTURE IN FOVEA AND PERIPHERY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    23. BARGHOUTSTEIN L; TYLER CW
      IS CONTRAST MASKING DUE TO TRANSDUCER COMPRESSION, DIVISIVE INHIBITION OR UNCERTAINTY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    24. HAMER RD; TYLER CW
      DOES THE SATURATION PERIOD OF VERTEBRATE PHOTOCURRENT FLASH RESPONSE REFLECT ONLY RHODOPSIN LIFETIME

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    25. TYLER CW
      IS SUPRATHRESHOLD VISUAL PROCESSING PURELY PUNCTATE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    26. TYLER CW; LIU L
      SATURATION REVEALED BY CLAMPING THE GAIN OF THE RETINAL LIGHT RESPONSE

      Vision research
    27. ALLEN D; TYLER CW; NORCIA AM
      DEVELOPMENT OF GRATING ACUITY AND CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IN THE CENTRALAND PERIPHERAL VISUAL-FIELD OF THE HUMAN INFANT

      Vision research
    28. RAMACHANDRAN VS; TYLER CW; GREGORY RL; ROGERSRAMACHANDRAN D; DUENSING S; PILLSBURY C; RAMACHANDRAN C
      RAPID ADAPTIVE CAMOUFLAGE IN TROPICAL FLOUNDERS

      Nature
    29. TYLER CW
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF LANGMUIR,ALEXANDER,D. TO THE EPIDEMIOLOGIC-STUDY OF POPULATION-CHANGE AND FAMILY-PLANNING

      American journal of epidemiology
    30. MORGAN MJ; TYLER CW
      MECHANISMS FOR DYNAMIC STEREOMOTION RESPOND SELECTIVELY TO HORIZONTALVELOCITY COMPONENTS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    31. HAMER RD; TYLER CW
      PHOTOTRANSDUCTION - MODELING THE PRIMATE CONE FLASH RESPONSE

      Visual neuroscience
    32. BAKER EL; TYLER CW
      RESEARCH LINKAGES BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND PUBLIC-HEALTH PRACTICE - CAN THEY BECOME A PRACTICAL REALITY

      American journal of preventive medicine
    33. TYLER CW; KONTSEVICH LL
      MECHANISMS OF STEREOSCOPIC PROCESSING - STEREOATTENTION AND SURFACE PERCEPTION IN-DEPTH RECONSTRUCTION

      Perception
    34. HARDAGE L; TYLER CW
      SYMMETRY DETECTION BY LOCAL (1ST-ORDER) AND CONTRAST-INDEPENDENT (2ND-ORDER) MECHANISMS OUT TO FAR PERIPHERY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    35. BEARD BL; KLEIN SA; TYLER CW
      HARD THRESHOLD VS ACCELERATING TRANSDUCER IN CONTRAST DETECTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    36. BARGHOUTSTEIN L; TYLER CW
      COMPARISON OF MASKING BEHAVIOR ACCORDING TO 3 DIFFERENT MODELS - CONTRAST TRANSDUCER, DIVISIVE INHIBITION AND MULTIPLICATIVE NOISE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    37. TYLER CW
      DOES VISUAL PROBABILITY SUMMATION EXIST

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    38. HARDAGE L; TYLER CW
      INDUCED TWINKLE AFTEREFFECT AS A PROBE OF DYNAMIC VISUAL PROCESSING MECHANISMS

      Vision research
    39. HARDAGE LK; TYLER CW
      PSYCHOANATOMY OF INDUCED TWINKLE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    40. TYLER CW; MILLER RT
      PATTERN IDENTIFICATION BY TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS IN AUTOCORRELATION HYPERSPACE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    41. CHAN H; TYLER CW
      PATTERN APPEARANCE CHANGES AT LOW-CONTRAST - A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR THE ON-PATHWAYS AND OFF-PATHWAYS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    42. BARGHOUTSTEIN L; TYLER CW
      A NEW COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL-FREQUENCY MECHANISMS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    43. HAMER RD; TYLER CW
      BIOCHEMICAL SIMULATIONS OF PRIMATE CONE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION - DIFFERENCES FROM RODS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    44. LAWTON TB; TYLER CW
      ON THE ROLE OF X AND SIMPLE CELLS IN HUMAN CONTRAST PROCESSING

      Vision research
    45. RAMACHANDRAN VS; RUSKIN D; COBB S; ROGERSRAMACHANDRAN D; TYLER CW
      ON THE PERCEPTION OF ILLUSORY CONTOURS

      Vision research
    46. KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW
      ANALYSIS OF STEREOTHRESHOLDS FOR STIMULI BELOW 2.5-C DEG/

      Vision research
    47. TYLER CW; HAMER RD
      ECCENTRICITY AND THE FERRY-PORTER LAW

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A: Optics and image science
    48. TYLER CW; KONTSEVICH LL
      WAVE-FORM OPTIMIZATION FOR PHASE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE IMPULSE-RESPONSE

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A: Optics and image science
    49. HAMER RD; TYLER CW
      ISOLATION OF R-CONE RESPONSE WITH RED-LIGHT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    50. KATZ B; TYLER CW
      TEMPORAL CONTRAST SENSITIVITY TESTING IN DISPARATE OPTIC NEUROPATHIES

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    51. CHAN H; TYLER CW; LIU L
      DIFFERENT SPATIAL TUNINGS FOR ON-PATHWAY AND OFF-PATHWAY STIMULATION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    52. TYLER CW; BARGHOUT L
      MULTIPLE CHANNELS IN STEREOSCOPIC MASKING - A COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    53. ROGERSRAMACHANDRAN D; RAMACHANDRAN VS; TYLER CW
      TEMPORAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE PERCEPTION OF ILLUSORY CONTOURS AND NEON SPREADING

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    54. LIU L; TYLER CW; SCHOR CM; RAMACHANDRAN VS
      POSITION DISPARITY IS MORE EFFICIENT IN ENCODING DEPTH THAN PHASE DISPARITY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    55. KONTSEVICH LL; TYLER CW
      THE ROLE OF DISPARITY CUEING IN DEPTH-PERCEPTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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