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    1. Girkin, CA; Miller, NR
      Central disorders of vision in humans

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    2. Yabuta, NH; Sawatari, A; Callaway, EM
      Two functional channels from primary visual cortex to dorsal visual cortical areas

      SCIENCE
    3. Ben-Yehudah, G; Sackett, E; Malchi-Ginzberg, L; Ahissar, M
      Impaired temporal contrast sensitivity in dyslexics is specific to retain-and-compare paradigms

      BRAIN
    4. Hendry, SHC; Reid, RC
      The koniocellular pathway in primate vision

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Skottun, BC
      The magnocellular deficit theory of dyslexia: the evidence from contrast sensitivity

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. Ugurbil, K; Hu, XP; Chen, W; Zhu, XH; Kim, SG; Georgopoulos, A
      Functional mapping in the human brain using high magnetic fields

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Chen, W; Zhu, XH; Thulborn, KR; Ugurbil, K
      Retinotopic mapping of lateral geniculate nucleus in humans using functional magnetic resonance imaging

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    8. Hicks, JM; Richards, JE
      The effects of stimulus movement and attention on peripheral stimulus localization by 8- to 26-week-old infants

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    9. KOJIMA H
      FIGURE GROUND SEGREGATION FROM TEMPORAL DELAY IS BEST AT HIGH SPATIAL-FREQUENCIES/

      Vision research (Oxford)
    10. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      2 SEGMENTATION MECHANISMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR ANDLUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    11. Kremers, J
      Spatial and temporal response properties of the major retino-geniculate pathways of Old and New World monkeys

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    12. REICHMANN KC; FRIGO NJ
      SPECTRAL FILTERING AND DISPERSION PENALTIES ASSOCIATED WITH BROAD-BAND SOURCES IN DIGITAL BROADCAST VIDEO DELIVERY

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    13. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      SELECTIVE TEMPORAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PROCESSING STREAMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    14. BOSWORTH CF; SAMPLE PA; WEINREB RN
      PERIMETRIC MOTION THRESHOLDS ARE ELEVATED IN GLAUCOMA SUSPECTS AND GLAUCOMA PATIENTS

      Vision research
    15. TROSCIANKO T; DAVIDOFF J; HUMPHREYS G; LANDIS T; FAHLE M; GREENLEE M; BRUGGER P; PHILLIPS W
      HUMAN COLOR DISCRIMINATION BASED ON A NON-PARVOCELLULAR PATHWAY

      Current biology
    16. YAMADA ES; SILVEIRA LCL; PERRY VH
      MORPHOLOGY, DENDRITIC FIELD SIZE, SOMAL SIZE, DENSITY, AND COVERAGE OF M-RETINAL AND P-RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS OF DICHROMATIC CEBUS MONKEYS

      Visual neuroscience
    17. SCHILLER PH
      ON THE SPECIFICITY OF NEURONS AND VISUAL AREAS

      Behavioural brain research
    18. NAWROT M; SHANNON E; RIZZO M
      THE RELATIVE EFFICACY OF CUES FOR 2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    19. BARTON JJS; RIZZO M; NAWROT M; SIMPSON T
      OPTICAL BLUR AND THE PERCEPTION OF GLOBAL COHERENT MOTION IN RANDOM-DOT CINEMATOGRAMS

      Vision research
    20. PAYNE BR; LOMBER SG; MACNEIL MA; CORNWELL P
      EVIDENCE FOR GREATER SIGHT IN BLINDSIGHT FOLLOWING DAMAGE OF PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX EARLY IN LIFE

      Neuropsychologia
    21. SCHWARTZ SH
      DEPENDENCE OF VISUAL LATENCY ON WAVELENGTH - PREDICTIONS OF A NEURAL COUNTING MODEL

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    22. WALL M
      THE RETROGENICULATE SENSORY VISUAL-SYSTEM AND HIGHER CORTICAL FUNCTION, 1993

      Journal of neuro-ophthalmology
    23. COWEY A; HEYWOOD CA
      THERES MORE TO COLOR THAN MEETS THE EYE

      Behavioural brain research
    24. LI CY; GUO K
      MEASUREMENTS OF GEOMETRIC ILLUSIONS, ILLUSORY CONTOURS AND STEREO-DEPTH AT LUMINANCE AND COLOR CONTRAST

      Vision research
    25. WALL M; MONTGOMERY EB
      USING MOTION PERIMETRY TO DETECT VISUAL-FIELD DEFECTS IN PATIENTS WITH IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION - A COMPARISON WITH CONVENTIONAL AUTOMATED PERIMETRY

      Neurology
    26. SCHILLER PH
      EFFECT OF LESIONS IN VISUAL CORTICAL AREA V4 ON THE RECOGNITION OF TRANSFORMED OBJECTS

      Nature
    27. WALL M; KETOFF KM
      RANDOM-DOT MOTION PERIMETRY IN PATIENTS WITH GLAUCOMA AND IN NORMAL SUBJECTS

      American journal of ophthalmology
    28. SCHILLER PH; DOLAN RP
      VISUAL AFTEREFFECTS AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF VISUAL-SYSTEM LESIONS ON THEIR PERCEPTION IN THE RHESUS-MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    29. SCHILLER PH; LEE KM
      THE EFFECTS OF LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS, AREA V4, AND MIDDLE TEMPORAL (MT) LESIONS ON VISUALLY GUIDED EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Visual neuroscience
    30. HAUG BA; TRENKWALDER C; ARDEN GB; OERTEL WH; PAULUS W
      VISUAL THRESHOLDS TO LOW-CONTRAST PATTERN DISPLACEMENT, COLOR CONTRAST, AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST STIMULI IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    31. BRAUN J
      VISUAL-SEARCH AMONG ITEMS OF DIFFERENT SALIENCE - REMOVAL OF VISUAL-ATTENTION MIMICS A LESION IN EXTRASTRIATE AREA V4

      The Journal of neuroscience
    32. KURYLO DD; CORKIN S; DOLAN RP; RIZZO JF; PARKER SW; GROWDON JH
      BROAD-BAND VISUAL CAPACITIES ARE NOT SELECTIVELY IMPAIRED IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neurobiology of aging
    33. CRONER LJ; KAPLAN E
      RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF P-GANGLION AND M-GANGLION CELLS ACROSS THE PRIMATE RETINA

      Vision research
    34. PAGE WK; KING WM; MERIGAN W; MAUNSELL J
      MAGNOCELLULAR OR PARVOCELLULAR LESIONS IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF MONKEYS CAUSE MINOR DEFICITS OF SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Vision research
    35. HENDRY SHC; YOSHIOKA T
      A NEUROCHEMICALLY DISTINCT 3RD CHANNEL IN THE MACAQUE DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Science
    36. BARTON JJS; RIZZO M
      MOTION PERCEPTION IN OPTIC NEUROPATHY

      Neurology
    37. SCHILLER PH
      THE EFFECTS OF V4 AND MIDDLE TEMPORAL (MT) AREA LESIONS ON VISUAL PERFORMANCE IN THE RHESUS-MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    38. SPEAR PD
      NEURAL BASES OF VISUAL DEFICITS DURING AGING

      Vision research


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