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    1. Manjeshwar, RM; Wilson, DL
      Hyperefficient detection of targets in noisy images

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    2. Manjeshwar, RM; Wilson, DL
      Effect of inherent location uncertainty on detection of stationary targetsin noisy image sequences

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    3. Gorea, A; Conway, TE; Blake, R
      Interocular interactions reveal the opponent structure of motion mechanisms

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. Smith, VC; Sun, VCW; Pokorny, J
      Pulse and steady-pedestal contrast discrimination: effect of spatial parameters

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Langheinrich, T; van Elst, LT; Lagreze, WA; Bach, M; Lucking, CH; Greenlee, MW
      Visual contrast response functions in Parkinson's disease: evidence from electroretinograms, visually evoked potentials and psychophysics

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Wright, M; Green, A; Baker, S
      Limitations for change detection in multiple Gabor targets

      VISUAL COGNITION
    7. Scott-Brown, KC; Baker, MR; Orbach, HS
      Comparison blindness

      VISUAL COGNITION
    8. Levi, DM; McGraw, PV; Klein, SA
      Vernier and contrast discrimination in central and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Anderson, AJ; Vingrys, AJ
      Interactions between flicker thresholds and luminance pedestals

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Zenger, B; Fahle, M
      Performance asymmetries in visual search demonstrate failure of independent-processing models

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. DeMarco, PJ; Hughes, A; Purkiss, TJ
      Increment and decrement detection on temporally modulated fields

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Palmer, J; Verghese, P; Pavel, M
      The psychophysics of visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Lee, DK; Itti, L; Koch, C; Braun, J
      Attention activates winner-take-all competition among visual filters

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Pearson, P; Timney, B
      Alcohol does not affect visual contrast gain mechanisms

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Kundel, HL; Weinstein, SP; Conant, EF; Toto, LC; Nodine, CF
      A perceptually tempered display for digital mammograms

      RADIOGRAPHICS
    16. SHINOMORI K; SPILLMANN L; WERNER JS
      S-CONE SIGNALS TO TEMPORAL OFF-CHANNELS - ASYMMETRICAL CONNECTIONS TOPOSTRECEPTORAL CHROMATIC MECHANISMS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    17. Solomon, JA; Watson, AB; Morgan, MJ
      Transducer model produces facilitation from opposite-sign flanks

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Bonneh, Y; Sagi, D
      Contrast integration across space

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. BELAID N; MARTENS JB
      GREY-SCALE, THE CRISPENING EFFECT, AND PERCEPTUAL LINEARIZATION

      Signal processing
    21. Yates, JT; Leys, MJ; Green, M; Huang, W; Charlton, J; Reed, J; Di, BZ; Odom, JV
      Parallel pathways, noise masking and glaucoma detection: behavioral and electrophysiological measures

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    22. NIJENHUIS MRM; BLOMMAERT FJJ
      PERCEPTUAL-ERROR MEASURE AND ITS APPLICATION TO SAMPLED AND INTERPOLATED SINGLE-EDGED IMAGES

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    23. MAKOUS WL
      FOURIER MODELS AND THE LOCI OF ADAPTATION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    24. TOLHURST DJ; TADMOR Y
      BAND-LIMITED CONTRAST IN NATURAL IMAGES EXPLAINS THE DETECTABILITY OFCHANGES IN THE AMPLITUDE SPECTRA

      Vision research
    25. RAINVILLE SJM; KINGDOM FAA
      THE MECHANISMS FOR DETECTING COMPRESSIVELY SAMPLED GRATINGS

      Vision research
    26. BOWEN RW
      ISOLATION AND INTERACTION OF ON AND OFF PATHWAYS IN HUMAN VISION - CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION AT PATTERN OFFSET

      Vision research
    27. DORAIS A; SAGI D
      CONTRAST MASKING EFFECTS CHANGE WITH PRACTICE

      Vision research
    28. VANELST LT; GREENLEE MW; FOLEY JM; LUCKING CH
      CONTRAST DETECTION, DISCRIMINATION AND ADAPTATION IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSONS-DISEASE AND MULTIPLE SYSTEM ATROPHY

      Brain
    29. SMITH AT
      CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION - A MODEL AND A HYPOTHESIS CONCERNING THE ROLE OF CHOLINERGIC MODULATION IN CONTRAST PERCEPTION

      Visual neuroscience
    30. KINGDOM FAA; WHITTLE P
      CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION AT HIGH CONTRASTS REVEALS THE INFLUENCE OF LOCAL LIGHT ADAPTATION ON CONTRAST PROCESSING

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

      Vision research
    32. ZENGER B; SAGI D
      ISOLATING EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY NONLINEAR SPATIAL INTERACTIONS INVOLVED IN CONTRAST DETECTION

      Vision research
    33. LEVI DM; KLEIN SA
      LIMITATIONS ON POSITION CODING IMPOSED BY UNDERSAMPLING AND UNIVARIANCE

      Vision research
    34. DEHAAN E
      EDGE-CURVATURE DISCRIMINABILITY ARGUES AGAINST EXPLICIT CURVATURE DETECTORS

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    35. AKUTSU H; LEGGE GE
      DISCRIMINATION OF COMPOUND GRATINGS - SPATIAL-FREQUENCY CHANNELS OR LOCAL FEATURES

      Vision research
    36. BOWEN RW
      ISOLATION AND INTERACTION OF ON AND OFF PATHWAYS IN HUMAN VISION - PATTERN-POLARITY EFFECTS ON CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    37. MEESE TS
      PHASE-REVERSAL DISCRIMINATION IN ONE AND 2 DIMENSIONS - PERFORMANCE IS LIMITED BY SPATIAL REPETITION, NOT SPATIAL-FREQUENCY CONTENT

      Vision research
    38. YANG J; MAKOUS W
      MODELING PEDESTAL EXPERIMENTS WITH AMPLITUDE INSTEAD OF CONTRAST

      Vision research
    39. JOHNSTON A; PASSMORE PJ
      SHAPE FROM SHADING .1. SURFACE CURVATURE AND ORIENTATION

      Perception
    40. LEVI DM; KLEIN SA; WANG H
      DISCRIMINATION OF POSITION AND CONTRAST IN AMBLYOPIC AND PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    41. HESS RF; FIELD DJ
      IS THE SPATIAL DEFICIT IN STRABISMIC AMBLYOPIA DUE TO LOSS OF CELLS OR AN UNCALIBRATED DISARRAY OF CELLS

      Vision research
    42. WANG H; LEVI DM
      SPATIAL INTEGRATION IN POSITION ACUITY

      Vision research
    43. BROWN AM
      INTRINSIC CONTRAST NOISE AND INFANT VISUAL CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    44. HU QM; KLEIN SA; CARNEY T
      CAN SINUSOIDAL VERNIER ACUITY BE PREDICTED BY CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    45. HESS RF; FIELD D
      IS THE INCREASED SPATIAL UNCERTAINTY IN THE NORMAL PERIPHERY DUE TO SPATIAL UNDERSAMPLING OR UNCALIBRATED DISARRAY

      Vision research


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