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    1. Diaz, JA; del Barco, LJ; Jimenez, JR; Perez-Ocon, F
      Chromatic spatial summation at equiluminance

      OPTICAL REVIEW
    2. Sankeralli, MJ; Mullen, KT
      Bipolar or rectified chromatic detection mechanisms?

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Conway, BR
      Spatial structure of cone inputs to color cells in alert macaque primary visual cortex (V-1)

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Engel, SA; Furmanski, CS
      Selective adaptation to color contrast in human primary visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Monnier, P; Nagy, AL
      Uncertainty, attentional capacity and chromatic mechanisms in visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. McKeefry, DJ; Murray, IJ; Kulikowski, JJ
      Red-green and blue-yellow mechanisms are matched in sensitivity for temporal and spatial modulation

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Goda, N; Fujii, M
      Sensitivity to modulation of color distribution in multicolored textures

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Hanazawa, A; Komatsu, H; Murakami, I
      Neural selectivity for hue and saturation of colour in the primary visual cortex of the monkey

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Przybyszewski, AW; Gaska, JP; Foote, W; Pollen, DA
      Striate cortex increases contrast gain of macaque LGN neurons

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Allison, JD; Melzer, P; Ding, YC; Bonds, AB; Casagrande, VA
      Differential contributions of magnocellular and parvocellular pathways to the contrast response of neurons in bush baby primary visual cortex (V1)

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Chen, CC; Foley, JM; Brainard, DH
      Detection of chromoluminance patterns on chromoluminance pedestals I: threshold measurements

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Vimal, RLP
      Spatial color contrast matching: broad-bandpass functions and the flattening effect

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. McLellan, JS; Eskew, RT
      ON and OFFS-cone pathways have different long-wave cone inputs

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. De Valois, RL; Cottaris, NP; Elfar, SD; Mahon, LE; Wilson, JA
      Some transformations of color information from lateral geniculate nucleus to striate cortex

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. De Valois, RL; De Valois, KK; Mahon, LE
      Contribution of S opponent cells to color appearance

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Ruttiger, L; Braun, DI; Gegenfurtner, KR; Petersen, D; Schonle, P; Sharpe, LT
      Selective color constancy deficits after circumscribed unilateral brain lesions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Wandell, BA
      Computational neuroimaging of human visual cortex

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Mullen, KT; Sankeralli, MJ
      Evidence for the stochastic independence of the blue-yellow, red-green andluminance detection mechanisms revealed by subthreshold summation

      VISION RESEARCH
    19. Nagy, AL
      Interactions between achromatic and chromatic mechanisms in visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. Switkes, E; Crognale, MA
      Comparison of color and luminance contrast: apples versus oranges?

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Miller, KD; Erwin, E; Kayser, A
      Is the development of orientation selectivity instructed by activity?

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    22. VIMAL RLP
      COLOR-LUMINANCE INTERACTION - DATA PRODUCED BY OBLIQUE CROSS MASKING

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    23. VIMAL RLP
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY TUNING OF SUSTAINED NONORIENTED UNITS OF THE RED-GREEN CHANNEL

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    24. KOMATSU H
      MECHANISMS OF CENTRAL COLOR-VISION

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    25. DOBKINS KR; STONER GR; ALBRIGHT TD
      PERCEPTUAL, OCULOMOTOR, AND NEURAL RESPONSES TO MOVING COLOR PLAIDS

      Perception
    26. REISBECK TE; GEGENFURTNER KR
      EFFECTS OF CONTRAST AND TEMPORAL FREQUENCY ON ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION FOR LUMINANCE AND ISOLUMINANT STIMULI

      Vision research
    27. DZMURA M; KNOBLAUCH K
      SPECTRAL BANDWIDTHS FOR THE DETECTION OF COLOR

      Vision research (Oxford)
    28. OKEEFE LP; LEVITT JB; KIPER DC; SHAPLEY RM; MOVSHON JA
      FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION OF OWL MONKEY LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS AND VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. SHINOMORI K; SCHEFRIN BE; WERNER JS
      SPECTRAL MECHANISMS OF SPATIALLY INDUCED BLACKNESS - DATA AND QUANTITATIVE MODEL

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    30. VIMAL RLP
      ORIENTATION TUNING OF THE SPATIAL-FREQUENCY-TUNED MECHANISMS OF THE RED-GREEN CHANNEL

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    31. HURLBERT A
      PRIMER - COLOR-VISION

      Current biology
    32. SAUNDERS BAC; VANBRAKEL J
      ARE THERE NONTRIVIAL CONSTRAINTS ON COLOR CATEGORIZATION

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    33. GODA N; EJIMA Y
      ADDITIVE EFFECT OF LUMINANCE AND COLOR CUES IN GENERATION OF NEON COLOR SPREADING

      Vision research
    34. LI A; LENNIE P
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SEGMENTATION OF COLORED TEXTURES

      Vision research
    35. GEGENFURTNER KR
      VISUAL NEUROBIOLOGY - COLORING THE CORTEX

      Nature
    36. ENGEL S; ZHANG XM; WANDELL B
      COLOR TUNING IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX MEASURED WITH FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Nature
    37. GEGENFURTNER KR; KIPER DC; LEVITT JB
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN MACAQUE AREA V3

      Journal of neurophysiology
    38. WRAY J; EDELMAN GM
      MODEL OF COLOR-VISION BASED ON CORTICAL REENTRY

      Cerebral cortex
    39. WEBSTER MA
      HUMAN COLOR-PERCEPTION AND ITS ADAPTATION

      Network
    40. DEDRICK D
      COLOR LANGUAGE UNIVERSALITY AND EVOLUTION - ON THE EXPLANATION FOR BASIC COLOR TERMS

      Philosophical psychology
    41. YOSHIOKA T; DOW BM; VAUTIN RG
      NEURONAL MECHANISMS OF COLOR CATEGORIZATION IN AREAS V1, V2 AND V4 OFMACAQUE MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX

      Behavioural brain research
    42. KRAUSKOPF J; WU HJ; FARELL B
      COHERENCE, CARDINAL DIRECTIONS AND HIGHER-ORDER MECHANISMS

      Vision research
    43. LEE BB
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD STRUCTURE IN THE PRIMATE RETINA

      Vision research
    44. MAHON LE; VINGRYS AJ
      NORMAL SATURATION PROCESSING PROVIDES A MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF DISEASE ON COLOR-PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    45. SHIFFRAR M; LORENCEAU J
      INCREASED MOTION LINKING ACROSS EDGES WITH DECREASED LUMINANCE CONTRAST, EDGE WIDTH AND DURATION

      Vision research
    46. PESSOA L; BECK J; MINGOLLA E
      PERCEIVED TEXTURE SEGREGATION IN CHROMATIC ELEMENT-ARRANGEMENT PATTERNS - HIGH-INTENSITY INTERFERENCE

      Vision research
    47. MCCLURKIN JW; ZARBOCK JA; OPTICAN LM
      PRIMATE STRIATE AND PRESTRIATE CORTICAL-NEURONS DURING DISCRIMINATION.2. SEPARABLE TEMPORAL CODES FOR COLOR AND PATTERN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. JOHNSON CA; MARSHALL D
      AGING EFFECTS FOR OPPONENT MECHANISMS IN THE CENTRAL VISUAL-FIELD

      Optometry and vision science
    49. LEVENTHAL AG; THOMPSON KG; LIU D; ZHOU YF; AULT SJ
      CONCOMITANT SENSITIVITY TO ORIENTATION, DIRECTION, AND COLOR OF CELLSIN LAYER-2, LAYER-3, AND LAYER-4 OF MONKEY STRIATE CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    50. STROMEYER CF; KRONAUER RE; RYU A; CHAPARRO A; ESKEW RT
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF HUMAN LONG-WAVE AND MIDDLE-WAVE CONES TO MOTION DETECTION

      Journal of physiology
    51. SMITH EL; FERN K; MANNY R; HARWERTH RS
      INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION PRODUCED BY RIVALRY STIMULI - A COMPARISON OFNORMAL AND ABNORMAL BINOCULAR VISION

      Optometry and vision science
    52. USUI S; NAKAUCHI S; MIYAKE S
      ACQUISITION OF COLOR OPPONENT REPRESENTATION BY A 3-LAYERED NEURAL-NETWORK MODEL

      Biological cybernetics
    53. ABRAMOV I; GORDON J
      COLOR APPEARANCE - ON SEEING RED - OR YELLOW, OR GREEN, OR BLUE

      Annual review of psychology
    54. LOSADA MA; MULLEN KT
      THE SPATIAL TUNING OF CHROMATIC MECHANISMS IDENTIFIED BY SIMULTANEOUSMASKING

      Vision research
    55. WEBSTER MA; MOLLON JD
      THE INFLUENCE OF CONTRAST ADAPTATION ON COLOR APPEARANCE

      Vision research
    56. VICTOR JD; PURPURA K; KATZ E; MAO BQ
      POPULATION ENCODING OF SPATIAL-FREQUENCY, ORIENTATION, AND COLOR IN MACAQUE V1

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. SCHILLER PH
      THE EFFECTS OF V4 AND MIDDLE TEMPORAL (MT) AREA LESIONS ON VISUAL PERFORMANCE IN THE RHESUS-MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    58. KOMATSU H
      NEURAL CODING OF COLOR AND FORM IN THE INFERIOR TEMPORAL CORTEX OF THE MONKEY

      Biomedical research
    59. ZAIDI Q; SHAPIRO AG
      ADAPTIVE ORTHOGONALIZATION OF OPPONENT-COLOR SIGNALS

      Biological cybernetics
    60. DEVALOIS RL; DEVALOIS KK
      A MULTISTAGE COLOR MODEL

      Vision research
    61. HARDIN CL
      VANBRAKEL AND THE NOT-SO-NAKED EMPEROR

      British journal for the philosophy of science


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