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    1. Parkes, L; Lund, J; Angelucci, A; Solomon, JA; Morgan, M
      Compulsory averaging of crowded orientation signals in human vision

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Manjeshwar, RM; Wilson, DL
      Hyperefficient detection of targets in noisy images

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    3. Fahle, M; Biester, A; Morrone, C
      Spatiotemporal interpolation and quality of apparent motion

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    4. Kline, DW; Culham, JC; Bartel, P; Lynk, L
      Aging effects on vernier hyperacuity: a function of oscillation rate but not target contrast

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    5. Hiller, NJ; Kline, DW
      Diminished spatial summation contributes to the age deficit in the discrimination of low-contrast vernier oscillation

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    6. Westheimer, G
      Relative localization in the human fovea: radial-tangential anisotropy

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. von der Twer, T; MacLeod, DIA
      Optimal nonlinear codes for the perception of natural colours

      NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS
    8. Ansari, E; Buckingham, T
      Movement detection threshold and ocular hypertension

      EYE
    9. Inoue, S; Yoshizawa, T; Kashimori, Y; Kambara, T
      An essential role of random arrangement of coincidence detection neurons in hyperaccurate sound location of owl

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    10. Kashimori, Y; Inoue, S; Kambara, T
      A neural mechanism of hyperaccurate detection of phase and delay in the jamming avoidance response of weakly electric fish

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    11. Li, RWH; Edwards, MH; Brown, B
      Variation in vernier evoked cortical potential with age

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    12. Narins, PM
      Acoustics - In a fly's ear

      NATURE
    13. Mason, AC; Oshinsky, ML; Hoy, RR
      Hyperacute directional hearing in a microscale auditory system

      NATURE
    14. Wagman, JB; Shockley, K; Riley, MA; Turvey, MT
      Attunement, calibration, and exploration in fast haptic perceptual learning

      JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR
    15. Kim, E; Enoch, JM; Fang, MSM; Lakshminarayanan, V; Kono, M; Strada, E; Srinivasan, R
      Performance on the three-point vernier alignment or acuity test as a function of age: Measurement extended to ages 5 to 9 years

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    16. Ukwade, MT
      Effects of nonius line and fusion lock parameters on fixation disparity

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    17. Victor, JD; Conte, MM
      Two-frequency analysis of interactions elicited by Vernier stimuli

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Fang, MSM; Enoch, JM; Lakshminarayanan, V; Kim, E; Kono, M; Strada, E; Srinivasan, R
      The three point vernier alignment or acuity test (3Pt VA test): an analysis of variance

      OPHTHALMIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL OPTICS
    19. Simmers, AJ; Gray, LS; Winn, B
      Visual function thresholds in children

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    20. Birch, EE; Swanson, WH
      Hyperacuity deficits in anisometropic and strabismic amblyopes with known ages of onset

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Levi, DM; Klein, SA; Carney, T
      Unmasking the mechanisms for Vernier acuity: evidence for a template modelfor Vernier acuity

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Levi, DM; McGraw, PV; Klein, SA
      Vernier and contrast discrimination in central and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    23. Ruttiger, L; Lee, BB
      Chromatic and luminance contributions to a hyperacuity task

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Dakin, SC; Mareschal, I
      The role of relative motion computation in 'direction repulsion'

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Li, RWH; Edwards, MH; Brown, B
      Variation in vernier acuity with age

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Victor, JD; Conte, MM
      Illusory contour strength does not depend on the dynamics or relative phase of the inducers

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Skottun, BC
      Hyperacuity and the estimated positional accuracy of a theoretical simple cell

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Kreiman, G; Krahe, R; Metzner, W; Koch, C; Gabbiani, F
      Robustness and variability of neuronal coding by amplitude-sensitive afferents in the weakly electric fish eigenmannia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    29. Enoch, JM; Werner, JS; Haegerstrom-Portnoy, G; Lakshminarayanan, V; Rynders, M
      Forever young: Visual functions not affected or minimally affected by aging: A review

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    30. Wilcox, MJ; Thelen, DC
      A retina with parallel input and pulsed output, extracting high-resolutioninformation

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NEURAL NETWORKS
    31. Norcia, AM; Wesemann, W; Manny, RE
      Electrophysiological correlates of vernier and relative motion mechanisms in human visual cortex

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Inoue, S; Kashimori, Y; Hoshino, O; Kambara, T
      The neural model of nucleus laminaris and integration layer accomplishing hyperacuity in sound location in the barn owl

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    33. Westheimer, G; Brincat, S; Wehrhahn, C
      Contrast dependency of foveal spatial functions: orientation, vernier, separation, blur and displacement discrimination and the tilt and Poggendorff illusions

      VISION RESEARCH
    34. Polat, U; Tyler, CW
      What pattern the eye sees best

      VISION RESEARCH
    35. Hess, RF; Wang, YZ; Demanins, R; Wilkinson, F; Wilson, HR
      A deficit in strabismic amblyopia for global shape detection

      VISION RESEARCH
    36. Akutsu, H; McGraw, PV; Levi, DM
      Alignment of separated patches: multiple location tags

      VISION RESEARCH
    37. Carney, T; Klein, SA
      Optimal spatial localization is limited by contrast sensitivity

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Herzog, MH; Fahle, M
      Effects of biased feedback on learning and deciding in a vernier discrimination task

      VISION RESEARCH
    39. Barrett, BT; Whitaker, D; Bradley, A
      Vernier acuity with compound gratings: the whole is equal to the better ofits parts

      VISION RESEARCH
    40. Matthews, N; Liu, ZL; Geesaman, BJ; Qian, N
      Perceptual learning on orientation and direction discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    41. Victor, JD; Conte, MM
      Short-range vernier acuity: interactions of temporal frequency, temporal phase, and stimulus polarity

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Ukwade, MT; Bedell, HE
      Stereothresholds in persons with congenital nystagmus and in normal observers during comparable retinal image motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    43. Patel, SS; Bedell, HE; Ukwade, MT
      Vernier judgments in the absence of regular shape information

      VISION RESEARCH
    44. Morgan, MJ
      The Poggendorff illusion: a bias in the estimation of the orientation of virtual lines by second-stage filters

      VISION RESEARCH
    45. De Luca, E; Fahle, M
      Learning of interpolation in 2 and 3 dimensions

      VISION RESEARCH
    46. Kammer, T
      Phosphenes and transient scotomas induced by magnetic stimulation of the occipital lobe: their topographic relationship

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    47. Gold, J; Bennett, PJ; Sekuler, AB
      Signal but not noise changes with perceptual learning

      NATURE
    48. McGraw, PV; Whitaker, D
      Perceptual distortions in the neural representation of visual space

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    49. GRZYWACZ NM; MERWINE DK; AMTHOR FR
      COMPLEMENTARY ROLES OF 2 EXCITATORY PATHWAYS IN RETINAL DIRECTIONAL SELECTIVITY

      Visual neuroscience
    50. HERZOG MH; FAHLE M
      MODELING PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING - DIFFICULTIES AND HOW THEY CAN BE OVERCOME

      Biological cybernetics
    51. MCGRAW PV; WINN B; WHITAKER D; MCFADZEAN R
      POSITIONAL ACUITY IN AMBLYOPIA - DOES A PERCEPTUAL CONSEQUENCE OF NEURAL RECRUITMENT EXIST

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    52. LATHAM K; BARRETT BT
      NO EFFECT OF AGE ON SPATIAL INTERVAL DISCRIMINATION AS A FUNCTION OF ECCENTRICITY OR SEPARATION

      Current eye research (Print)
    53. FAHLE M
      PSYCHOPHYSICS AS A TOOL TO INVESTIGATE THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    54. ENOCH JM
      GOLD STANDARDS FOR VISION TESTING

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    55. WHITAKER D; MCGRAW PV
      GEOMETRIC REPRESENTATION OF THE MECHANISMS UNDERLYING HUMAN CURVATUREDETECTION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    56. WILKINSON F; WILSON HR; HABAK C
      DETECTION AND RECOGNITION OF RADIAL FREQUENCY PATTERNS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    57. AHISSAR M; LAIWAND R; KOZMINSKY G; HOCHSTEIN S
      LEARNING POP-OUT DETECTION - BUILDING REPRESENTATIONS FOR CONFLICTINGTARGET-DISTRACTOR RELATIONSHIPS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    58. GOWDY PD; CICERONE CM
      THE SPATIAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE L-CONES AND M-CONES IN THE CENTRAL FOVEA OF THE LIVING HUMAN EYE

      Vision research (Oxford)
    59. CHUNG STL; BEDELL HE
      VERNIER AND LETTER ACUITIES FOR LOW-PASS FILTERED MOVING STIMULI

      Vision research (Oxford)
    60. FAHLE M; HARRIS JP
      THE USE OF DIFFERENT ORIENTATION CUES IN VERNIER ACUITY

      Perception & psychophysics
    61. SATHIAN K; ZANGALADZE A
      PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING IN TACTILE HYPERACUITY - COMPLETE INTERMANUAL TRANSFER BUT LIMITED RETENTION

      Experimental Brain Research
    62. BEARD BL; KLEIN SA; CARNEY T
      MOTION THRESHOLDS CAN BE PREDICTED FROM CONTRAST DISCRIMINATION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    63. BROWN AM
      VERNIER ACUITY IN HUMAN INFANTS - RAPID EMERGENCE SHOWN IN A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Optometry and vision science
    64. CARKEET A; LEVI DM; MANNY RE
      DEVELOPMENT OF VERNIER ACUITY IN CHILDHOOD

      Optometry and vision science
    65. KAWASAKI M
      SENSORY HYPERACUITY IN THE JAMMING AVOIDANCE-RESPONSE OF WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    66. KAWASAKI M
      JAMMING AVOIDANCE RESPONSES IN WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISHES - A BIOLOGICAL VIEW OF SIGNAL-PROCESSING

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    67. SNYDER RD; DRUMMOND PD
      OLFACTION IN MIGRAINE

      Cephalalgia
    68. HIROSE H; ENOCH JM; TUAN KM
      QUANTIFICATION OF PRISM INDUCED METAMORPHOPSIA AS A MODEL FOR CLINICAL RETINAL (AND OTHER) DISTORTIONS

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    69. GUO YX; KAWASAKI M
      REPRESENTATION OF ACCURATE TEMPORAL INFORMATION IN THE ELECTROSENSORYSYSTEM OF THE AFRICAN ELECTRIC FISH, GYMNARCHUS-NILOTICUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    70. METZNER W; JURANEK J
      A METHOD TO BIOTINYLATE AND HISTOCHEMICALLY VISUALIZE IBOTENIC ACID FOR PHARMACOLOGICAL INACTIVATION STUDIES

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    71. WHITAKER D; LATHAM K
      DISENTANGLING THE ROLE OF SPATIAL SCALE, SEPARATION AND ECCENTRICITY IN WEBERS LAW FOR POSITION

      Vision research
    72. CARNEY T; KLEIN SA
      RESOLUTION ACUITY IS BETTER THAN VERNIER ACUITY

      Vision research
    73. GREENE HH; BROWN JM
      SPATIAL INTERACTIONS WITH REAL AND GAP-INDUCED ILLUSORY LINES IN VERNIER ACUITY

      Vision research
    74. BEARD BL; LEVI DM; KLEIN SA
      VERNIER ACUITY WITH NONSIMULTANEOUS TARGETS - THE CORTICAL MAGNIFICATION FACTOR ESTIMATED BY PSYCHOPHYSICS

      Vision research
    75. DAKIN SC; WATT RJ
      THE COMPUTATION OF ORIENTATION STATISTICS FROM VISUAL TEXTURE

      Vision research
    76. CHUNG STL; LEVI DM
      MOVING VERNIER IN AMBLYOPIC AND PERIPHERAL-VISION - GREATER TOLERANCETO MOTION BLUR

      Vision research
    77. HERZOG MH; FAHLE M
      THE ROLE OF FEEDBACK IN LEARNING A VERNIER DISCRIMINATION TASK

      Vision research
    78. FAHLE M
      SPECIFICITY OF LEARNING CURVATURE, ORIENTATION, AND VERNIER DISCRIMINATIONS

      Vision research
    79. GRAY R; REGAN D
      VERNIER STEP ACUITY AND BISECTION ACUITY FOR TEXTURE-DEFINED FORM

      Vision research
    80. BALZ GW; HOCK HS
      THE EFFECT OF ATTENTIONAL SPREAD ON SPATIAL-RESOLUTION

      Vision research
    81. MUSSAP AJ; LEVI DM
      VERNIER ACUITY WITH PLAID MASKS - THE ROLE OF ORIENTED FILTERS IN VERNIER ACUITY

      Vision research
    82. MATTHEWS N; WELCH L
      VELOCITY-DEPENDENT IMPROVEMENTS IN SINGLE-DOT DIRECTION DISCRIMINATION

      Perception & psychophysics
    83. FAHLE M; DAUM I
      VISUAL LEARNING AND MEMORY AS FUNCTIONS OF AGE

      Neuropsychologia
    84. CAI RH; POUGET A; SCHLAGREY M; SCHLAG J
      PERCEIVED GEOMETRICAL RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTED BY EYE-MOVEMENT SIGNALS

      Nature
    85. FIORENTINI A; BERARDI N
      VISUAL PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING - A SIGN OF NEURAL PLASTICITY AT EARLY STAGES OF VISUAL PROCESSING

      Archives Italiennes de Biologie
    86. SINGH S; ARAVIND S; HIROSE H; ENOCH JM; AZENS SP
      HYPERACUITY TEST TO EVALUATE VISION THROUGH DENSE CATARACTS - RESEARCH PRELIMINARY TO A CLINICAL-STUDY .4. DATA ON PATIENTS WITH MACULAR DEGENERATION AND MINIMAL MEDIA DISORDERS OBTAINED WITH AND WITHOUT A PSEUDO-NUCLEAR CATARACT 6 60 (20/200) AT THE ARAVIND-EYE-HOSPITAL, MADURAI, INDIA/

      Optometry and vision science
    87. ENOCH JM
      EARLY LENS USE - LENSES FOUND IN CONTEXT WITH THEIR ORIGINAL OBJECTS

      Optometry and vision science
    88. SINGH S; ARAVIND S; HIROSE H; ENOCH JM
      HYPERACUITY TEST TO EVALUATE VISION THROUGH DENSE CATARACTS - RESEARCH PRELIMINARY TO A CLINICAL-STUDY .3. DATA ON NORMAL SUBJECTS OBTAINEDWITH AND WITHOUT A PSEUDO-NUCLEAR CATARACT 6 60 (20/200) AT THE ARAVIND EYE HOSPITAL, MADURAI, INDIA/

      Optometry and vision science
    89. FAHLE M; MORGAN M
      NO TRANSFER OF PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING BETWEEN SIMILAR STIMULI IN THE SAME RETINAL POSITION

      Current biology
    90. WACHTLER T; WEHRHAHN C; LEE BB
      A SIMPLE-MODEL OF HUMAN FOVEAL GANGLION-CELL RESPONSES TO HYPERACUITYSTIMULI

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    91. MATO G; SOMPOLINSKY H
      NEURAL-NETWORK MODELS OF PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING OF ANGLE DISCRIMINATION

      Neural computation
    92. MCGRAW PV; BARRETT BT
      ASSESSING RETINAL NEURAL FUNCTION IN THE PRESENCE OF OCULAR MEDIA OPACITIES

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    93. SUNDARESWARAN V; VAINA LM
      ADAPTIVE COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF FAST LEARNING OF MOTION DIRECTION DISCRIMINATION

      Biological cybernetics
    94. SOWDEN P; DAVIES I; ROSE D; KAYE M
      PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING OF STEREOACUITY

      Perception
    95. HOLE GJ
      DECAY AND INTERFERENCE EFFECTS IN VISUOSPATIAL SHORT-TERM-MEMORY

      Perception
    96. CARKEET A; BROWN B; CHAN P
      SPATIAL INTERFERENCE WITH VERTICAL PISTOL SIGHT ALIGNMENT

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    97. KAWASAKI M; GUO YX
      NEURONAL CIRCUITRY FOR COMPARISON OF TIMING IN THE ELECTROSENSORY LATERAL-LINE LOBE OF THE AFRICAN WAVE-TYPE ELECTRIC FISH GYMNARCHUS-NILOTICUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    98. COX JF; SUH S; LEGUIRE LE
      VERNIER ACUITY IN AMBLYOPIC AND NONAMBLYOPIC CHILDREN

      Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus
    99. FAHLE M; HENKEFAHLE S
      INTEROBSERVER VARIANCE IN PERCEPTUAL PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    100. VOLZ H; ZANKER JM
      HYPERACUITY FOR SPATIAL LOCALIZATION OF CONTRAST-MODULATED PATTERNS

      Vision research


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