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    1. Babkina, TM; Voloshinov, VB
      A new method of acousto-optic image processing and edge enhancement

      JOURNAL OF OPTICS A-PURE AND APPLIED OPTICS
    2. Martinez, A; Di Russo, F; Anllo-Vento, L; Hillyard, SA
      Electrophysiological analysis of cortical mechanisms of selective attention to high and low spatial frequencies

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Casco, C; Campana, G; Gidiuli, O
      Stimulus-specific dynamics of learning in conjunction search tasks

      VISUAL COGNITION
    4. Hayasaki, Y; Hara, S; Yamamoto, H; Nishida, N
      Spatial and temporal properties of a nonlinear optical feedback system

      OPTICAL REVIEW
    5. Chubb, C; Olzak, L; Derrington, A
      Second-order processes in vision: introduction

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    6. Motoyoshi, I; Nishida, S
      Visual response saturation to orientation contrast in the perception of texture boundary

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    7. Hess, RF; Achtman, RL; Wang, YZ
      Detection of contrast-defined shape

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    8. Smith, AT; Scott-Samuel, NE
      First-order and second-order signals combine to improve perceptual accuracy

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    9. Graham, N; Wolfson, SS
      A note about preferred orientations at the first and second stages of complex (second-order) texture channels

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    10. 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
    11. Matveev, VI; Shelepin, YE
      Optical adjustment of the eye to the near and far points of clear vision

      JOURNAL OF OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY
    12. Jameson, KA; Highnote, SM; Wasserman, LM
      Richer color experience in observers with multiple photopigment opsin genes

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    13. Yokoo, T; Knight, BW; Sirovich, L
      An optimization approach to signal extraction from noisy multivariate data

      NEUROIMAGE
    14. Wilkinson, DT; Halligan, PW; Marshall, JC; Buchel, C; Dolan, RJ
      Switching between the forest and the trees: Brain systems involved in local/global changed-level judgments

      NEUROIMAGE
    15. Zhang, YM; Mu, WF; Amin, MG
      Subspace analysis of spatial time-frequency distribution matrices

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SIGNAL PROCESSING
    16. Murphy, KM; Duffy, KR; Jones, DG; Mitchell, DE
      Development of cytochrome oxidase blobs in visual cortex of normal and visually deprived cats

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    17. Okajima, K; Imaoka, H
      Receptive fields of visual cortical neurons as derived by infomax

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART III-FUNDAMENTAL ELECTRONIC SCIENCE
    18. Ridder, WH; Borsting, E; Banton, T
      All developmental dyslexic subtypes display an elevated motion coherence threshold

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    19. Sathian, K; Zangaladze, A
      Feeling with the mind's eye: The role of visual imagery in tactile perception

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

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    21. Smith, AT; Ledgeway, T
      Motion detection in human vision: a unifying approach based on energy and features

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    22. Kohly, RP; Regan, D
      Long-distance interactions in Cyclopean vision

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    23. Kern, R; Lutterklas, M; Petereit, C; Lindemann, JP; Egelhaaf, M
      Neuronal processing of behaviourally generated optic flow: experiments andmodel simulations

      NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS
    24. Bayer, AU; Brodie, SE; Mittag, T
      Pattern-electroretinographic changes in theDBA/2NNia mouse-model of angle-closure glaucoma (pilot study)

      OPHTHALMOLOGE
    25. Okombi-Diba, BR; Miyamichi, J; Shoji, K
      Texture boundary detection using 2-D Gabor elementary functions

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    26. Wennekers, T
      Orientation tuning properties of simple cells in area V1 derived from an approximate analysis of nonlinear neural field models

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    27. Okajima, K; Imaoka, H
      A complex cell-like receptive field obtained by information maximization

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    28. Xu, OA; Deeter, T; Berglund, CN; Pease, FW; Lee, J; McCord, MA
      High-throughput high-density mapping and spectrum analysis of transistor gate length variations in SRAM circuits

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING
    29. Scialfa, CT; Hamaluk, E
      Aging, texture segmentation, and exposure duration: Evidence for a deficitis preattentive processing

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    30. Meinhardt, G
      Detection of sinusoidal gratings by pattern-specific detectors: further evidence for the correlation principle in human vision

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    31. Nisly-Nagele, SJ; Wasserman, GS
      Dissociating sensory and cognitive contributions to visual persistence - I. Photoreceptor response duration as a function of flash intensity, adaptation state, and candidate code

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    32. Crowder, NA; Wylie, DRW
      Fast and slow neurons in the nucleus of the basal optic root in pigeons

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    33. Schrauf, M; Stern, C
      The visual resolution of Landolt-C optotypes in human subjects depends on their orientation: the 'gap-down' effect

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    34. Han, SH; He, X; Yund, EW; Woods, DL
      Attentional selection in the processing of hierarchical patterns: an ERP study

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    35. Anstis, S
      Footsteps and inchworms: Illusions show that contrast affects apparent speed

      PERCEPTION
    36. Beaudot, WHA; Mullen, KT
      Processing time of contour integration: the role of colour, contrast, and curvature

      PERCEPTION
    37. Prins, N; Mussap, AJ
      Adaptation reveals a neural code for the visual location of orientation change

      PERCEPTION
    38. Brooks, K
      Stereomotion speed perception is contrast dependent

      PERCEPTION
    39. Prince, S; Offen, S; Cumming, BG; Eagle, RA
      The integration of orientation information in the motion correspondence problem

      PERCEPTION
    40. Ferrari, RJ; Rangayyan, RM; Desautels, JEL; Frere, AF
      Analysis of asymmetry in mammograms via directional filtering with Gabor wavelets

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MEDICAL IMAGING
    41. Ferwerda, JA
      Elements of early vision for computer graphics

      IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS
    42. Priebe, NJ; Churchland, MM; Lisberger, SG
      Reconstruction of target speed for the guidance of pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Kruk, RS; Willows, DM
      Backward pattern masking of familiar and unfamiliar materials in disabled and normal readers

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    44. Blanca, MJ; Montiel, DL; Luna, R; Zalabardo, C; Rando, B
      Effect of the similarity in the global and local processing with limited exposure duration

      PSICOTHEMA
    45. Skrandies, W; Jedynak, A; Fahle, M
      Perceptual learning: psychophysical thresholds and electrical brain topography

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    46. Simmers, AJ; Bex, PJ; Smith, FKH; Wilkins, AJ
      Spatiotemporal visual function in tinted lens wearers

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    47. Simmers, AJ; Bex, PJ
      Deficit of visual contour integration in dyslexia

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    48. Schubo, A; Schlaghecken, F; Meinecke, C
      Learning to ignore the mask in texture segmentation tasks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    49. Burgess, AE; Jacobson, FL; Judy, PF
      Human observer detection experiments with mammograms and power-law noise

      MEDICAL PHYSICS
    50. Wang, HF; Gan, FX
      New approach to superresolution

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    51. Westheimer, G; Crist, RE; Gorski, L; Gilbert, CD
      Configuration specificity in bisection acuity

      VISION RESEARCH
    52. Simmers, AJ; Gray, LS; Wilkins, AJ
      The influence of tinted lenses upon ocular accommodation

      VISION RESEARCH
    53. Bonneh, Y; Sagi, D; Karni, A
      A transition between eye and object rivalry determined by stimulus coherence

      VISION RESEARCH
    54. Smith, VC; Jin, PQ; Pokorny, J
      The role of spatial frequency in color induction

      VISION RESEARCH
    55. McKerral, M; Lepore, F; Lachapelle, P
      Response characteristics of the normal retino-cortical pathways as determined with simultaneous recordings of pattern visual evoked potentials and simple motor reaction times

      VISION RESEARCH
    56. Harris, JM; Willis, A
      A binocular site for contrast-modulated masking

      VISION RESEARCH
    57. Rucker, FJ; Kruger, PB
      Isolated short-wavelength sensitive cones can mediate a reflex accommodation response

      VISION RESEARCH
    58. Hol, K; Treue, S
      Different populations of neurons contribute to the detection and discrimination of visual motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    59. Matthews, N; Liu, ZL; Qian, N
      The effect of orientation learning on contrast sensitivity

      VISION RESEARCH
    60. Mussap, AJ
      Orientation integration in detection and discrimination of contrast-modulated patterns

      VISION RESEARCH
    61. Monnier, P; Nagy, AL
      Uncertainty, attentional capacity and chromatic mechanisms in visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    62. Li, A; Zaidi, Q
      Information limitations in perception of shape from texture (vol 41, pg 1519, 2001)

      VISION RESEARCH
    63. Schor, CM; Edwards, M; Sato, M
      Envelope size tuning for stereo-depth perception of small and large disparities

      VISION RESEARCH
    64. Clifford, CWG; Wyatt, AM; Arnold, DH; Smith, ST; Wenderoth, P
      Orthogonal adaptation improves orientation discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    65. Francis, G; Kim, H
      Perceived motion in orientational afterimages: direction and speed

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    67. Hyvarinen, A; Hoyer, PO
      A two-layer sparse coding model learns simple and complex cell receptive fields and topography from natural images

      VISION RESEARCH
    68. Pammer, K; Wheatley, C
      Isolating the M(y)-cell response in dyslexia using the spatial frequency doubling illusion

      VISION RESEARCH
    69. Snowden, RJ
      Contrast gain mechanism or transient channel? Why the effects of a background pattern alter over time

      VISION RESEARCH
    70. Mareschal, I; Sceniak, MP; Shapley, RM
      Contextual influences on orientation discrimination: binding local and global cues

      VISION RESEARCH
    71. Fiser, J; Subramaniam, S; Biederman, I
      Size tuning in the absence of spatial frequency tuning in object recognition

      VISION RESEARCH
    72. Fredenburg, P; Harwerth, RS
      The relative sensitivities of sensory and motor fusion to small binocular disparities

      VISION RESEARCH
    73. Chung, STL; Levi, DM; Legge, GE
      Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding

      VISION RESEARCH
    74. Sato, M; Edwards, M; Schor, CM
      Envelope size-tuning for transient disparity vergence

      VISION RESEARCH
    75. Henrie, JA; Shapley, RM
      The relatively small decline in orientation acuity as stimulus size decreases

      VISION RESEARCH
    76. Li, A; Zaidi, Q
      Information limitations in perception of shape from texture

      VISION RESEARCH
    77. Manahilov, V; Simpson, WA
      Energy model for contrast detection: spatial-frequency and orientation selectivity in grating summation

      VISION RESEARCH
    78. Pammer, K; Lovegrove, W
      The influence of color on transient system activity: Implications for dyslexia research

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    79. Lindsey, DT
      Direction repulsion in unfiltered and ring-filtered Julesz textures

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    80. Shedden, JM; Reid, GS
      A variable mapping task produces symmetrical interference between global information and local information

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    81. Nguyen, VA; Freeman, AW; Wenderoth, P
      The depth and selectivity of suppression in binocular rivalry

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    82. Zhao, DM; Ge, F; Zhang, WC; Wang, SM
      Generalized diffraction integral formula for misaligned optical systems inspatial-frequency domain

      OPTIK
    83. Sheppard, CJR; Larkin, KG
      The three-dimensional transfer function and phase space mappings

      OPTIK
    84. Zhao, DM; Zhang, WC; Ge, F; Wang, SM
      Fractional Fourier transform and the diffraction of any misaligned opticalsystem in spatial-frequency domain

      OPTICS AND LASER TECHNOLOGY
    85. Schoups, A; Vogels, R; Qian, N; Orban, G
      Practising orientation identification improves orientation coding in V1 neurons

      NATURE
    86. 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
    87. Skottun, BC; Shackleton, TM; Arnott, RH; Palmer, AR
      The ability of inferior colliculus neurons to signal differences in interaural delay

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    88. Kasamatsu, T; Polat, U; Pettet, MW; Norcia, AM
      Colinear facilitation promotes reliability of single-cell responses in catstriate cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    89. Bodis-Wollner, I; Davis, J; Tzelepi, A; Bezerianos, T
      Wavelet transform of the EEG reveals differences in low and high gamma responses to elementary visual stimuli

      CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
    90. Ben-Yehudah, G; Sackett, E; Malchi-Ginzberg, L; Ahissar, M
      Impaired temporal contrast sensitivity in dyslexics is specific to retain-and-compare paradigms

      BRAIN
    91. Shepherd, AJ
      Increased visual after-effects following pattern adaptation in migraine: alack of intracortical excitation?

      BRAIN
    92. Bernhardt, J; Bate, PJ; Matyas, TA
      Training novice clinicians improves observation accuracy of the upper extremity after stroke

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    93. Kim, JM; Choi, BS; Kim, SI; Kim, JM; Bjelkhagen, HI; Phillips, NJ
      Holographic optical elements recorded in silver halide sensitized gelatin emulsions. Part I. Transmission holographic optical elements

      APPLIED OPTICS
    94. Modigliani, V; Bernstein, D; Govorkov, S
      Attention and size in a global/local task

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    95. Bennett, PJ; Sekuler, AB; McIntosh, AR; Della-Maggiore, V
      The effects of aging on visual memory: evidence for functional reorganization of cortical networks

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    96. Sternberg, S
      Separate modifiability, mental modules, and the use of pure and composite measures to reveal them

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    97. Hayasaki, Y; Tamura, Y; Yamamoto, H; Nishida, N
      Spatial property of formed patterns depending on focus condition in a two-dimensional optoelectronic feedback system

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    98. Kenemans, JL; Baas, JMP; Mangun, GR; Lijffijt, M; Verbaten, MN
      On the processing of spatial frequencies as revealed by evoked-potential sourer modeling

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    99. Tzelepi, A; Bezerianos, T; Bodis-Wollner, I
      Functional properties of sub-bands of oscillatory brain waves to pattern visual stimulation in man

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    100. Takahashi, T; Tsukahara, Y
      Photoparoxysmal response elicited by flickering dot pattern stimulation tothe center and periphery

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY


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