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    1. Ramsden, BM; Hung, CP; Roe, AW
      Real and illusory contour processing in area VI of the primate: a corticalbalancing act

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    2. Smith, AT; Singh, KD; Williams, AL; Greenlee, MW
      Estimating receptive field size from fMRI data in human striate and extrastriate visual cortex

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    3. 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
    4. Seiple, W; Holopigian, K; Shnayder, Y; Szlyk, JP
      Duration thresholds for target detection and identification in the peripheral visual field

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    5. Daly, S; Matthews, K; Ribas-Corbera, J
      As plain as the noise on your face: Adaptive video compression using face detection and visual eccentricity models

      JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC IMAGING
    6. Plainis, S; Murray, IJ; Chauhan, K
      Raised visual detection thresholds depend on the level of complexity of cognitive foveal loading

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Mestre, DR; Masson, GS; Stone, LS
      Spatial scale of motion segmentation from speed cues

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Fiser, J; Biederman, I
      Invariance of long-term visual priming to scale, reflection, translation, and hemisphere

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. 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
    11. Popovic, Z; Sjostrand, J
      Resolution, separation of retinal ganglion cells, and cortical magnification in humans

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Sasaki, Y; Hadjikhani, N; Fischl, B; Liu, AK; Marret, S; Dale, AM; Tootell, RBH
      Local and global attention are mapped retinotopically in human occipital cortex

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. 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
    14. Juttner, M; Rentschler, I
      Scale-invariant superiority of foveal vision in perceptual categorization

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

      PERCEPTION
    16. Sere, B; Marendaz, C; Herault, J
      Nonhomogeneous resolution of images of natural scenes

      PERCEPTION
    17. 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
    18. Bachmann, G; Fahle, M
      Component perimetry: A fast method to detect visual field defects caused by brain lesions

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    19. Kim, JK; Lee, SS
      The behavior of reinforced concrete columns subjected to axial force and biaxial bending

      ENGINEERING STRUCTURES
    20. Chklovskii, DB
      Binocular disparity can explain the orientation of ocular dominance stripes in primate primary visual area (V1)

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Motter, BC; Holsapple, JW
      Cortical image density determines the probability of target discovery during active search

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Walter, P; Konigsfeld, P; Soudavar, F; Brunner, R
      Unusual visual evoked potentials in patients with age-related macular degeneration

      OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    23. Macknik, SL; Martinez-Conde, S; Haglund, MM
      The role of spatiotemporal edges in visibility and visual masking

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    24. Rosa, MGP; Pinon, MC; Gattass, R; Sousa, APB
      "Third tier" ventral extrastriate cortex in the New World monkey, Cebus apella

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Lie, ST; Zhao, Z; Yan, SH
      Two-dimensional and three-dimensional magnification factors, M-k, for non-load-carrying fillet welds cruciform joints

      ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS
    26. Portin, K; Hari, R
      Human parieto-occipital visual cortex: lack of retinotopy and foveal magnification

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    27. Hetherington, PA; Swindale, NV
      Receptive field and orientation scatter studied by tetrode recordings in cat area 17

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Van Hulle, MM
      Faithful representations with topographic maps

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    29. 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
    30. Yeshurun, Y; Schwartz, EL
      Cortical hypercolumn size determines stereo fusion limits

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    31. Levi, DM
      Progress and paradigm shifts in spatial vision over the 20 years of ECVP

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

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

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    35. Azzopardi, P; Jones, KE; Cowey, A
      Uneven mapping of magnocellular and parvocellular projections from the lateral geniculate nucleus to the striate cortex in the macaque monkey

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

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

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

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    39. Bar, M; Biederman, I
      Localizing the cortical region mediating visual awareness of object identity

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    40. DAVEY MP; ZANKER JM
      DETECTING THE ORIENTATION OF SHORT LINES IN THE PERIPHERY

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

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

      Perception
    43. KADIVAR MH; MOHEBPOUR SR
      FORCED VIBRATION OF UNSYMMETRIC LAMINATED COMPOSITE BEAMS UNDER THE ACTION OF MOVING LOADS

      Composites science and technology
    44. 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
    45. 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
    46. NASANEN R; OLEARY C
      RECOGNITION OF BAND-PASS FILTERED HAND-WRITTEN NUMERALS IN FOVEAL ANDPERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    47. 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)
    48. PRINCE SJD; ROGERS BJ
      SENSITIVITY TO DISPARITY CORRUGATIONS IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    49. BULATOV A; BERTULIS A; MICKIENE L
      GEOMETRICAL ILLUSIONS - STUDY AND MODELING

      Biological cybernetics
    50. HUBENER M; SHOHAM D; GRINVALD A; BONHOEFFER T
      SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG 3 COLUMNAR SYSTEMS IN CAT AREA-17

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. LEE DK; KOCH C; BRAUN J
      SPATIAL VISION THRESHOLDS IN THE NEAR ABSENCE OF ATTENTION

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

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

      Psychological review
    54. WESTHEIMER G; LEY EJ
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL INTEGRATION OF SIGNALS IN FOVEAL LINE ORIENTATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    55. 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.
    56. 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
    57. BAJZER Z; MARUSIC M; VUKPAVLOVIC S
      CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS FOR MATHEMATICAL-MODELING OF TUMOR-GROWTH DYNAMICS

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    58. AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A
      MODELS OF GANGLION-CELL TOPOGRAPHY IN THE RETINA OF MACAQUE MONKEYS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SENSORY CORTICAL SCALING

      Neuroscience
    59. 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
    60. ANDERSON RS
      THE SELECTIVE EFFECT OF OPTICAL DEFOCUS ON DETECTION AND RESOLUTION ACUITY IN PERIPHERAL-VISION

      Current eye research
    61. 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
    62. JUTTNER M; RENTSCHLER I
      REDUCED PERCEPTUAL DIMENSIONALITY IN EXTRAFOVEAL VISION

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

      Vision research
    64. ANSTIS S
      ADAPTATION TO PERIPHERAL FLICKER

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

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

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

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

      Journal of comparative neurology
    69. SHEVELEV IA; KAMENKOVICH VM; KOSTELIANETZ NB; SHARAEV GA
      RECOGNITION OF DIRECTION OF UNIFORM AND ACCELERATED VISUAL-MOTION ANDEEG ALPHA-WAVE PHASES

      FEBS letters
    70. BERSON DM; STEIN JJ
      RETINOTOPIC ORGANIZATION OF THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS IN RELATION TO THE RETINAL DISTRIBUTION OF AFFERENT GANGLION-CELL

      Visual neuroscience
    71. KAPADIA MK; ITO M; GILBERT CD; WESTHEIMER G
      IMPROVEMENT IN VISUAL SENSITIVITY BY CHANGES IN LOCAL CONTEXT - PARALLEL STUDIES IN HUMAN OBSERVERS AND IN V1 OF ALERT MONKEYS

      Neuron
    72. ROE AW; TSO DY
      VISUAL TOPOGRAPHY IN PRIMATE V2 - MULTIPLE REPRESENTATION ACROSS FUNCTIONAL STRIPES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    73. SCHALL JD; HANES DP; THOMPSON KG; KING DJ
      SACCADE TARGET SELECTION IN FRONTAL EYE FIELD OF MACAQUE .1. VISUAL AND PREMOVEMENT ACTIVATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    74. BASU A; JAIN MK; LI XB
      IMPROVING BOUNDARY DETECTION USING VARIABLE RESOLUTION MASKS

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

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

      Vision research
    77. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MODULATION OF MOTION AFTEREFFECT BY SURROUND MOTION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON STIMULUS SIZE AND ECCENTRICITY

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

      Psychological review
    79. KAPADIA MK; GILBERT CD; WESTHEIMER G
      A QUANTITATIVE MEASURE FOR SHORT-TERM CORTICAL PLASTICITY IN HUMAN VISION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. TRIPATHY SP; LEVI DM
      LONG-RANGE DICHOPTIC INTERACTIONS IN THE HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX IN THE REGION CORRESPONDING TO THE BLIND SPOT

      Vision research
    81. RENTSCHLER I; JUTTNER M; CAELLI T
      PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF HUMAN SUPERVISED LEARNING AND CLASSIFICATION

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

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

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

      Vision research
    85. 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
    86. NEUENSCHWANDER S; GATTASS R; SOUSA APB; PINON MCGP
      IDENTIFICATION AND VISUOTOPIC ORGANIZATION OF AREAS PO AND POD IN CEBUS MONKEY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    87. 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
    88. GEER I; SPAFFORD MM
      EFFECT OF EXPERIMENTAL SCOTOMA SIZE AND SHAPE ON THE BINOCULAR AND MONOCULAR PATTERN VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    89. 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
    90. SCHLYKOWA L; VANDIJK BW; EHRENSTEIN WH
      MOTION-ONSET VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS AS A FUNCTION OF RETINAL ECCENTRICITY IN MAN

      Cognitive brain research
    91. 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
    92. DACEY DM
      THE MOSAIC OF MIDGET GANGLION-CELLS IN THE HUMAN RETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. 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
    94. SAARINEN J
      SHIFTS OF VISUAL-ATTENTION AT FIXATION AND AWAY FROM FIXATION

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

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

      Vision research
    97. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MOTION CAPTURE CHANGES TO INDUCED MOTION AT HIGHER LUMINANCE CONTRASTS, SMALLER ECCENTRICITIES, AND LARGER INDUCER SIZES

      Vision research
    98. TROILO D; HOWLAND HC; JUDGE SJ
      VISUAL OPTICS AND RETINAL CONE TOPOGRAPHY IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS)

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

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

      Scandinavian journal of psychology


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