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    1. Felisberti, F; Derrington, AM
      Long-range interactions in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the New-Worldmonkey, Callithrix jacchus

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Pokorny, J; Smith, VC; Lee, BB; Yeh, T
      Temporal sensitivity of macaque ganglion cells to lights of different chromaticity

      COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION
    3. von Karolyi, C
      Visual-spatial strength is dyslexia: Rapid discrimination of impossible figures

      JOURNAL OF LEARNING DISABILITIES
    4. Ben-Yehudah, G; Sackett, E; Malchi-Ginzberg, L; Ahissar, M
      Impaired temporal contrast sensitivity in dyslexics is specific to retain-and-compare paradigms

      BRAIN
    5. Castet, E; Masson, GS
      Motion perception during saccadic eye movements

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Anderson, SJ; Yamagishi, N
      Spatial localization of colour and luminance stimuli in human peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Porciatti, V; Ciavarella, P; Ghiggi, MR; D'Angelo, V; Padovano, S; Grifa, M; Moretti, G
      Losses of hemifield contrast sensitivity in patients with pituitary adenoma and normal visual acuity and visual field

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Vidyasagar, TR
      A neuronal model of attentional spotlight: parietal guiding the temporal

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    9. Sato, M; Uchikawa, K
      Increment-threshold spectral sensitivity during saccadic eye movements in uniform visual field

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Fleming, DE; Schofield, AC; Mills, RH; Adams, BG; Stewart, S; Greenhalgh, A
      Effects of pattern, spatial frequency, number, and rate of stimulus presentation on the accuracy of detection

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    11. Gordon, GE; McCulloch, DL
      A VEP investigation of parallel visual pathway development in primary school age children

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    12. REYNOLDS CH; CREWTHER DP; CREWTHER SG; WEST SJ
      EFFECTS OF PERIPHERAL FLICKER MASKING ON M-PATHWAY AND P-PATHWAY RESPONSE

      Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology
    13. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      2 SEGMENTATION MECHANISMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR ANDLUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    14. Odom, JV; Brown, RJ; Boothe, RG
      Maturation of binocular luminance interaction in normal young and adult rhesus monkeys

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    15. OKUNO H; KANOU S; TOKUYAMA W; LI YX; MIYASHITA Y
      LAYER-SPECIFIC DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS ZIF268 AND JUN-D IN VISUAL-CORTEX V1 AND V2 OF MACAQUE MONKEYS

      Neuroscience
    16. ANDERSON RS; MCDOWELL DR
      PERIPHERAL RESOLUTION USING STATIONARY AND FLICKERING GRATINGS - THE EFFECTS OF AGE

      Current eye research
    17. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      SELECTIVE TEMPORAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PROCESSING STREAMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    18. ANDERSON RS; OBRIEN C
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL EVIDENCE FOR A SELECTIVE LOSS OF M-GANGLION-CELLS IN GLAUCOMA

      Vision research
    19. GIASCHI D; LANG A; REGAN D
      REVERSIBLE DISSOCIATION OF SENSITIVITY TO DYNAMIC STIMULI IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - IS MAGNOCELLULAR FUNCTION ESSENTIAL TO READING MOTION-DEFINED LETTERS

      Vision research
    20. SPINELLI D; ANGELELLI P; DELUCA M; BURR DC
      VEP IN NEGLECT PATIENTS HAVE LONGER LATENCIES FOR LUMINANCE BUT NOT FOR CHROMATIC PATTERNS

      NeuroReport
    21. GRAHAM SL; DRANCE SM; CHAUHAN BC; SWINDALE NV; HNIK P; MIKELBERG FS; DOUGLAS GR
      COMPARISON OF PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TESTING IN EARLY GLAUCOMA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    22. KAWAKAMI S; OKAMOTO H
      A CELL MODEL FOR THE DETECTION OF LOCAL IMAGE MOTION ON THE MAGNOCELLULAR PATHWAY OF THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Vision research
    23. KUBOVA Z; KUBA M; JURAN J; BLAKEMORE C
      IS THE MOTION SYSTEM RELATIVELY SPARED IN AMBLYOPIA - EVIDENCE FROM CORTICAL EVOKED-RESPONSES

      Vision research
    24. JOHANNES S; KUSSMAUL CL; MUNTE TF; MANGUN GR
      DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA - PASSIVE VISUAL-STIMULATION PROVIDES NO EVIDENCE FOR A MAGNOCELLULAR PROCESSING DEFECT

      Neuropsychologia
    25. KUBOVA Z; KUBA M; HROCHOVA J; SVERAK J
      MOTION-ONSET VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS IMPROVE THE DIAGNOSIS OF GLAUCOMA

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    26. KAWAKAMI S; OKAMOTO H
      HOW LOCAL IMAGE VELOCITY IS DETECTED BY CELLS ON THE MAGNOCELLULAR PATHWAY OF THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Systems and computers in Japan
    27. YEH TY; LEE BB; KREMERS J; COWING JA; HUNT DM; MARTIN PR; TROY JB
      VISUAL RESPONSES IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF DICHROMATIC ANDTRICHROMATIC MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. FELMINGHAM KL; JAKOBSON LS
      VISUAL AND VISUOMOTOR PERFORMANCE IN DYSLEXIC-CHILDREN

      Experimental Brain Research
    29. VICTOR JD; CONTE MM; BURTON L; NASS RD
      VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN DYSLEXICS AND NORMALS - FAILURE TO FIND ADIFFERENCE IN TRANSIENT OR STEADY-STATE RESPONSES

      Visual neuroscience
    30. BURKHALTER A; BERNARDO KL; CHARLES V
      DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL CIRCUITS IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    31. BULLIMORE MA; WOOD JM; SWENSON K
      MOTION PERCEPTION IN GLAUCOMA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    32. RIDDER WH; TOMLINSON A
      SUPPRESSION OF CONTRAST SENSITIVITY DURING EYELID BLINKS

      Vision research


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