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    1. Haymes, SA; Johnston, AW; Heyes, AD
      A weighted version of the Melbourne low-vision ADL index: A measure of disability impact

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    2. Seiple, W; Holopigian, K; Shnayder, Y; Szlyk, JP
      Duration thresholds for target detection and identification in the peripheral visual field

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    3. Plainis, S; Murray, IJ; Chauhan, K
      Raised visual detection thresholds depend on the level of complexity of cognitive foveal loading

      PERCEPTION
    4. Makela, P; Nasanen, R; Rovamo, J; Melmoth, D
      Identification of facial images in peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Schiefer, U; Strasburger, H; Becker, ST; Vonthein, R; Schiller, J; Dietrich, TJ; Hart, W
      Reaction time in automated kinetic perimetry: effects of stimulus luminance, eccentricity, and movement direction

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. Popovic, Z; Sjostrand, J
      Resolution, separation of retinal ganglion cells, and cortical magnification in humans

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Petre, KL; Hazel, CA; Fine, EM; Rubin, GS
      Reading with eccentric fixation is faster in inferior visual field than inleft visual field

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    8. Juttner, M; Rentschler, I
      Scale-invariant superiority of foveal vision in perceptual categorization

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Melmoth, DR; Kukkonen, HT; Makela, PK; Rovamo, JM
      Scaling extrafoveal detection of distortion in a face and grating

      PERCEPTION
    10. Melmoth, DR; Kukkonen, HT; Makela, PK; Rovamo, JM
      The effect of contrast and size scaling on face perception in foveal and extrafoveal vision

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    11. Bachmann, G; Fahle, M
      Component perimetry: A fast method to detect visual field defects caused by brain lesions

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    12. Walter, P; Konigsfeld, P; Soudavar, F; Brunner, R
      Unusual visual evoked potentials in patients with age-related macular degeneration

      OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    13. Rosa, MGP; Pinon, MC; Gattass, R; Sousa, APB
      "Third tier" ventral extrastriate cortex in the New World monkey, Cebus apella

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Catania, KC
      A nose that looks like a hand and acts like an eye: the unusual mechanosensory system of the star-nosed male

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Levi, DM
      Progress and paradigm shifts in spatial vision over the 20 years of ECVP

      PERCEPTION
    16. Stevenson, SB; Reed, PE; Yang, J
      The effect of target size and eccentricity on reflex disparity vergence

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Levi, DM; Klein, SA; Sharma, V
      Position jitter and undersampling in pattern perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Barrett, BT; Whitaker, D; McGraw, PV; Herbert, AM
      Discriminating mirror symmetry in foveal and extra-foveal vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    19. Tripathy, SP; Levi, DM
      Looking behind a pathological blind spot in human retinal

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. Graham, SL; Klistorner, A; Grigg, JR; Billson, FA
      Objective perimetry in glaucoma: Recent advances with multifocal stimuli

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    21. Nielsen, KE; Intriligator, J; Barton, JJS
      Spatial representation in the normal visual field: a study of hemifield line bisection

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    22. DAVEY MP; ZANKER JM
      DETECTING THE ORIENTATION OF SHORT LINES IN THE PERIPHERY

      Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology
    23. ANSTIS S
      PICTURING PERIPHERAL ACUITY

      Perception
    24. ZANKER JM
      LIMITING FACTORS FOR THE DETECTION OF ORIENTATION

      Perception
    25. CARRASCO M; YESHURUN Y
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF COVERT ATTENTION TO THE SET-SIZE AND ECCENTRICITYEFFECTS IN VISUAL-SEARCH

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    26. CARRASCO M; MCLEAN TL; KATZ SM; FRIEDER KS
      FEATURE ASYMMETRIES IN VISUAL-SEARCH - EFFECTS OF DISPLAY DURATION, TARGET ECCENTRICITY, ORIENTATION AND SPATIAL-FREQUENCY

      Vision research
    27. NASANEN R; OLEARY C
      RECOGNITION OF BAND-PASS FILTERED HAND-WRITTEN NUMERALS IN FOVEAL ANDPERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    28. CHUNG STL; MANSFIELD JS; LEGGE GE
      PSYCHOPHYSICS OF READING - XVIII - THE EFFECT OF PRINT SIZE ON READING SPEED IN NORMAL PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    29. PRINCE SJD; ROGERS BJ
      SENSITIVITY TO DISPARITY CORRUGATIONS IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    30. LEE DK; KOCH C; BRAUN J
      SPATIAL VISION THRESHOLDS IN THE NEAR ABSENCE OF ATTENTION

      Vision research
    31. LEGGE GE; KLITZ TS; TJAN BS
      MR CHIPS - AN IDEAL-OBSERVER MODEL OF READING

      Psychological review
    32. SEIPLE W; HOLOPIGIAN K
      OUTER-RETINA LOCUS OF INCREASED FLICKER SENSITIVITY OF THE PERIPHERALRETINA

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    33. WILDER HD; GRUNERT U; LEE BB; MARTIN PR
      TOPOGRAPHY OF GANGLION-CELLS AND PHOTORECEPTORS IN THE RETINA OF A NEW-WORLD MONKEY - THE MARMOSET CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS

      Visual neuroscience
    34. AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A
      MODELS OF GANGLION-CELL TOPOGRAPHY IN THE RETINA OF MACAQUE MONKEYS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SENSORY CORTICAL SCALING

      Neuroscience
    35. AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A
      THE OVERREPRESENTATION OF THE FOVEA AND ADJACENT RETINA IN THE STRIATE CORTEX AND DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Neuroscience
    36. ANDERSON RS
      THE SELECTIVE EFFECT OF OPTICAL DEFOCUS ON DETECTION AND RESOLUTION ACUITY IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Current eye research
    37. HAYMES SA; GUEST DJ; HEYES AD; JOHNSTON AW
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF VISION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES TO THE ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY OF VISUALLY-IMPAIRED PERSONS

      Journal of visual impairment & blindness
    38. JUTTNER M; RENTSCHLER I
      REDUCED PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONALITY IN EXTRAFOVEAL VISION

      Vision research
    39. HARRIS JP; FAHLE M
      DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FOVEA AND PERIPHERY IN THE DETECTION AND DISCRIMINATION OF SPATIAL OFFSETS

      Vision research
    40. ANSTIS S
      ADAPTATION TO PERIPHERAL FLICKER

      Vision research
    41. THIBOS LN; STILL DL; BRADLEY A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SPATIAL ALIASING AND CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    42. YU C; ESSOCK EA
      SPATIAL SCALING OF END-STOPPED PERCEPTIVE FIELDS - DIFFERENCES IN NEURAL BASES OF END-ZONES, FLANKS AND CENTERS

      Vision research
    43. LAARNI J; NYMAN G
      FOVEAL-TO-PERIPHERAL PRIMING IN LETTER IDENTIFICATION REFLECTS RESPONSE BIAS, NOT ENHANCED VISIBILITY

      Scandinavian journal of psychology
    44. LIMA SMA; SILVEIRA LCL; PERRY VH
      DISTRIBUTION OF M RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS IN DIURNAL AND NOCTURNAL NEW-WORLD MONKEYS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    45. BERSON DM; STEIN JJ
      RETINOTOPIC ORGANIZATION OF THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS IN RELATION TO THE RETINAL DISTRIBUTION OF AFFERENT GANGLION-CELL

      Visual neuroscience
    46. BASU A; JAIN MK; LI XB
      IMPROVING BOUNDARY DETECTION USING VARIABLE RESOLUTION MASKS

      Pattern recognition letters
    47. ROVAMO J; MUSTONEN J; NASANEN R
      NEURAL MODULATION TRANSFER-FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN VISUAL-SYSTEM AT VARIOUS ECCENTRICITIES

      Vision research
    48. MANAHILOV V
      SPATIOTEMPORAL VISUAL RESPONSE TO SUPRATHRESHOLD STIMULI

      Vision research
    49. GEISLER WS; CHOU KL
      SEPARATION OF LOW-LEVEL AND HIGH-LEVEL FACTORS IN COMPLEX TASKS - VISUAL-SEARCH

      Psychological review
    50. RENTSCHLER I; JUTTNER M; CAELLI T
      PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF HUMAN SUPERVISED LEARNING AND CLASSIFICATION

      Vision research
    51. VIRSU V; ROVAMO J; LAURINEN P
      ILLUSORY PERCEPTION OF GRATINGS STIMULATING A SMALL NUMBER OF NEURONS

      Vision research
    52. LEVI DM; KLEIN SA; WANG H
      DISCRIMINATION OF POSITION AND CONTRAST IN AMBLYOPIC AND PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research
    53. LEVI DM; WAUGH SJ
      SPATIAL SCALE SHIFTS IN PERIPHERAL VERNIER ACUITY

      Vision research
    54. MAKELA P; ROVAMO J; WHITAKER D
      EFFECTS OF LUMINANCE AND EXTERNAL TEMPORAL NOISE ON FLICKER SENSITIVITY AS A FUNCTION OF STIMULUS SIZE AT VARIOUS ECCENTRICITIES

      Vision research
    55. STRAUBE A; KRAFCZYK S; PAULUS W; BRANDT T
      DEPENDENCE OF VISUAL STABILIZATION OF POSTURAL SWAY ON THE CORTICAL MAGNIFICATION FACTOR OF RESTRICTED VISUAL-FIELDS

      Experimental Brain Research
    56. GEER I; SPAFFORD MM
      EFFECT OF EXPERIMENTAL SCOTOMA SIZE AND SHAPE ON THE BINOCULAR AND MONOCULAR PATTERN VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    57. SILVEIRA LCL; PERRY VH; YAMADA ES
      THE RETINAL GANGLION-CELL DISTRIBUTION AND THE REPRESENTATION OF THE VISUAL-FIELD IN AREA-17 OF THE OWL MONKEY, AOTUS-TRIVIRGATUS

      Visual neuroscience
    58. SCHLYKOWA L; VANDIJK BW; EHRENSTEIN WH
      MOTION-ONSET VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS AS A FUNCTION OF RETINAL ECCENTRICITY IN MAN

      Cognitive brain research
    59. 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
    60. DACEY DM
      THE MOSAIC OF MIDGET GANGLION-CELLS IN THE HUMAN RETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    61. VANDEGRIND WA; KOENDERINK JJ; VANDOORN AJ; MILDERS MV; VOERMAN H
      INHOMOGENEITY AND ANISOTROPIES FOR MOTION DETECTION IN THE MONOCULAR VISUAL-FIELD OF HUMAN OBSERVERS

      Vision research
    62. SAARINEN J
      SHIFTS OF VISUAL-ATTENTION AT FIXATION AND AWAY FROM FIXATION

      Vision research
    63. ROVAMO J; KUKKONEN H; TIIPPANA K; NASANEN R
      EFFECTS OF LUMINANCE AND EXPOSURE TIME ON CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IN SPATIAL NOISE

      Vision research
    64. ROVAMO J; LUNTINEN O; NASANEN R
      MODELING THE DEPENDENCE OF CONTRAST SENSITIVITY ON GRATING AREA AND SPATIAL-FREQUENCY

      Vision research
    65. KUKKONEN H; ROVAMO J; TIIPPANA K; NASANEN R
      MICHELSON CONTRAST, RMS CONTRAST AND ENERGY OF VARIOUS SPATIAL STIMULI AT THRESHOLD

      Vision research
    66. SAARINEN J
      FOCAL ATTENTION AND THE PERCEPTION OF PATTERN STRUCTURE IN EXTRAFOVEAL VISION

      Scandinavian journal of psychology
    67. CROWELL JA; BANKS MS
      PERCEIVING HEADING WITH DIFFERENT RETINAL REGIONS AND TYPES OF OPTIC FLOW

      Perception & psychophysics
    68. ROSA MGP; SCHMID LM; KRUBITZER LA; PETTIGREW JD
      RETINOTOPIC ORGANIZATION OF THE PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX OF FLYING FOXES(PTEROPUS-POLIOCEPHALUS AND PTEROPUS-SCAPULATUS)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    69. BATTAGLINI PP; GALLETTI C; FATTORI P
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN AREA-V1 OF AWAKE MACAQUE MONKEYS - PERIPHERAL VERSUS CENTRAL VISUAL-FIELD REPRESENTATION

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie


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