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    1. Li, A; Lennie, P
      Importance of color in the segmentation of variegated surfaces

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    2. Beaudot, WHA; Mullen, KT
      Processing time of contour integration: the role of colour, contrast, and curvature

      PERCEPTION
    3. Viviani, P; Aymoz, C
      Colour, form, and movement are not perceived simultaneously

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. Rovamo, JM; Kankaanpaa, MI; Hallikainen, J
      Spatial neural modulation transfer function of human foveal visual system for equiluminous chromatic gratings

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Peterzell, DH; Teller, DY
      Spatial frequency tuned covariance channels for red-green and luminance-modulated gratings: psychophysical data from human adults

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. Wuerger, SM; Morgan, MJ
      Input of long- and middle-wavelength-sensitive cones to orientation discrimination

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    7. Anderson, SJ; Holliday, IE; Harding, GFA
      Assessment of cortical dysfunction in human strabismic amblyopia using magnetoencephalography (MEG)

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Mullen, KT; Losada, MA
      The spatial tuning of color and luminance peripheral vision measured with notch filtered noise masking

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Gowdy, PD; Stromeyer, CF; Kronauer, RE
      Detection of flickering edges: absence of a red-green edge detector

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Stromeyer, CF; Gowdy, PD; Chaparro, A; Kronauer, RE
      Second-site adaptation in the red-green detection pathway: only elicited by low-spatial-frequency test stimuli

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Rovamo, JM; Kankaanpaa, MI; Kukkonen, H
      Modelling spatial contrast sensitivity functions for chromatic and luminance-modulated gratings

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. GRAY R; REGAN D
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY DISCRIMINATION AND DETECTION CHARACTERISTICS FOR GRATINGS DEFINED BY ORIENTATION TEXTURE

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

      Vision research
    14. HEYWOOD CA; KENTRIDGE RW; COWEY A
      FORM AND MOTION FROM COLOR IN CEREBRAL ACHROMATOPSIA

      Experimental Brain Research
    15. METHA AB; MULLEN KT
      RED-GREEN AND ACHROMATIC TEMPORAL FILTERS - A RATIO MODEL PREDICTS CONTRAST-DEPENDENT SPEED PERCEPTION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    16. SYRKIN G; GUR M
      COLOR AND LUMINANCE INTERACT TO IMPROVE PATTERN-RECOGNITION

      Perception
    17. MCKEEFRY DJ; MURRAY IJ; KULIKOWSKI JJ
      PATTERN ERGS FROM ISOLUMINANT GRATINGS - POOR SELECTIVITY COMPARED WITH VEPS

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    18. MULLEN KT; CROPPER SJ; LOSADA MA
      ABSENCE OF LINEAR SUBTHRESHOLD SUMMATION BETWEEN RED-GREEN AND LUMINANCE MECHANISMS OVER A WIDE-RANGE OF SPATIOTEMPORAL CONDITIONS

      Vision research
    19. WEBSTER MA; MOLLON JD
      MOTION MINIMA FOR DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS IN COLOR SPACE

      Vision research
    20. METHA AB; MULLEN KT
      TEMPORAL MECHANISMS UNDERLYING FLICKER DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION FOR RED-GREEN AND ACHROMATIC STIMULI

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    21. MARTINI P; GIRARD P; MORRONE MC; BURR DC
      SENSITIVITY TO SPATIAL PHASE AT EQUILUMINANCE

      Vision research
    22. TOBIMATSU S; TOMODA H; KATO M
      PARVOCELLULAR AND MAGNOCELLULAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN HUMANS - STIMULATION WITH CHROMATIC AND ACHROMATIC GRATINGS AND APPARENT MOTION

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    23. MULLEN KT; LOSADA MA
      EVIDENCE FOR SEPARATE PATHWAYS FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE DETECTION MECHANISMS

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    24. MORGAN MJ; INGLE G
      WHAT DIRECTION OF MOTION DO WE SEE IF LUMINANCE BUT NOT COLOR CONTRAST IS REVERSED DURING DISPLACEMENT - PSYCHOPHYSICAL EVIDENCE FOR A SIGNED-COLOR INPUT TO MOTION DETECTION

      Vision research
    25. WEBSTER MA; MOLLON JD
      CONTRAST ADAPTATION DISSOCIATES DIFFERENT MEASURES OF LUMINOUS EFFICIENCY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A: Optics and image science
    26. SEKIGUCHI N; WILLIAMS DR; BRAINARD DH
      EFFICIENCY IN DETECTION OF ISOLUMINANT AND ISOCHROMATIC INTERFERENCE-FRINGES

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A: Optics and image science
    27. DERRINGTON AM; HENNING GB
      DETECTING AND DISCRIMINATING THE DIRECTION OF MOTION OF LUMINANCE ANDCOLOR GRATINGS

      Vision research
    28. GUR M; SYRKIN G
      COLOR ENHANCES MACH BANDS DETECTION THRESHOLD AND PERCEIVED BRIGHTNESS

      Vision research


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