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    1. Holder, GE
      Pattern electroretinography (PERG) and an integrated approach to visual pathway diagnosis

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    2. 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
    3. 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
    4. Lu, ZL; Sperling, G
      Three-systems theory of human visual motion perception: review and update

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    5. Kremers, J; Scholl, HPN
      Rod-/L-cone and rod-/M-cone interactions in electroretinograms at different temporal frequencies

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Peterson, M; Ohzawa, I; Freeman, R
      Neural and perceptual adjustments to dim light

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Crowder, NA; Wylie, DRW
      Fast and slow neurons in the nucleus of the basal optic root in pigeons

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    8. Cascio, CJ; Sathian, K
      Temporal cues contribute to tactile perception of roughness

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Billock, VA; de Guzman, GC; Kelso, JAS
      Fractal time and 1/f spectra in dynamic images and human vision

      PHYSICA D
    10. Wolfson, SS; Graham, N
      Comparing increment and decrement probes in the probed-sinewave paradigm

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Burr, DC; Corsale, B
      Dependency of reaction times to motion onset on luminance and chromatic contrast

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Motoyoshi, I; Nishida, S
      Temporal resolution of orientation-based texture segregation

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. McKeefry, DJ
      Visual evoked potentials elicited by chromatic motion onset

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Sceniak, MP; Hawken, MJ; Shapley, R
      Visual spatial characterization of macaque V1 neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Crotogino, J; Feindel, A; Wilkinson, F
      Perceived scintillation rate of migraine aura

      HEADACHE
    17. Tardif, E; Lepore, F; Guillemot, JP
      Spatial properties and direction selectivity of single neurons in area 21bof the cat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. He, SG; Levick, WR
      Spatial-temporal response characteristics of the ON-OFF direction selective ganglion cells in the rabbit retina

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    19. Schofield, AJ
      What does second-order vision see in an image?

      PERCEPTION
    20. Pavlova, M; Sokolov, A
      Speed perception is affected by the Ebbinghaus-Titchener illusion

      PERCEPTION
    21. Ennis, FA; Anderson, RS
      Aliasing in peripheral vision for flickering gratings under different levels of illumination

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    22. Florack, L
      A spatio-frequency trade-off scale for scale-space filtering

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ANALYSIS AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE
    23. Blakemore, MR; Snowden, RJ
      Textured backgrounds alter perceived speed

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Schofield, AJ; Georgeson, MA
      The temporal properties of first- and second-order vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Wolfson, SS; Graham, N
      Exploring the dynamics of light adaptation: the effects of varying the flickering background's duration in the probed-sinewave paradigm

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Ascher, D; Grzywacz, NM
      A Bayesian model of temporal frequency masking

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Takeuchi, T; De Valois, KK
      Velocity discrimination in scotopic vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Kogure, S; Membrey, WL; Fitzke, FW; Tsukahara, S
      Effect of decreased retinal illumination on frequency doubling technology

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    29. Eisner, A; Samples, JR
      Flicker sensitivity and cardiovascular function in healthy middle-aged people

      ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    30. Falsini, B; Iarossi, G; Fadda, A; Porrello, G; Valentini, P; Piccardi, M; Scullica, L
      The fundamental and second harmonic of the photopic flicker electroretinogram: temporal frequency-dependent abnormalities in retinitis pigmentosa

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Falsini, B; Porrello, G; Porciatti, V; Fadda, A; Salgarello, T; Piccardi, M
      The spatial tuning of steady state pattern electroretinogram in multiple sclerosis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    32. Bex, PJ
      Apparent speed and speed sensitivity during adaptation to motion

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    33. Blakemore, MR; Snowden, RJ
      The effect of contrast upon perceived speed: a general phenomenon?

      PERCEPTION
    34. Boynton, GM; Foley, JM
      Temporal sensitivity of human luminance pattern mechanisms determined by masking with temporally modulated stimuli

      VISION RESEARCH
    35. Lee, SH; Blake, R
      Rival ideas about binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    36. Johnston, A; Benton, CP; Morgan, MJ
      Concurrent measurement of perceived speed and speed discrimination threshold using the method of single stimuli

      VISION RESEARCH
    37. Kremers, J; Meierkord, S
      Rod-cone-interactions in deuteranopic observers: models and dynamics

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Geva, R; Gardner, GM; Karmel, BZ
      Feeding-based arousal effects on visual recognition memory in early infancy

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    39. MULLER R; GREENLEE MW
      SIMULTANEOUS DISCRIMINATION OF VELOCITY AND CONTRAST OF DRIFTING GRATINGS

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    40. GALUSHKIN MG; IONIN AA; KOTKOV AA; MITIN KV; SELEZNEV LV
      NONLINEAR-OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ACTIVE MEDIUM IN INTRACAVITY PHASE-CONJUGATION OF THE RADIATION OF A PULSED ELECTRON-BEAM-CONTROLLED DISCHARGE CO2-LASER - I - EXPERIMENTS

      Quantum electronics
    41. BRANNAN JR; SOLAN HA; FICARRA AP; ONG E
      EFFECT OF LUMINANCE ON VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL AMPLITUDES IN NORMAL AND DISABLED READERS

      Optometry and vision science
    42. GRAHAM SL; KLISTORNER A
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY - A REVIEW OF SIGNAL ORIGINS AND APPLICATIONS TO INVESTIGATING GLAUCOMA

      Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology
    43. BERGERON A; TARDIF E; LEPORE F; GUILLEMOT JP
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL MATCHING OF RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES OF BINOCULAR CELLS IN AREA-19 OF THE CAT

      Neuroscience
    44. GEORGESON MA
      EDGE-FINDING IN HUMAN VISION - A MULTISTAGE MODEL-BASED ON THE PERCEIVED STRUCTURE OF PLAIDS

      Image and vision computing
    45. CHEN Y; BEDELL HE; FRISHMAN LJ; LEVI DM
      STIMULUS UNCERTAINTY AFFECTS VELOCITY DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    46. REISBECK TE; GEGENFURTNER KR
      EFFECTS OF CONTRAST AND TEMPORAL FREQUENCY ON ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION FOR LUMINANCE AND ISOLUMINANT STIMULI

      Vision research
    47. FREEMAN TCA; BANKS MS
      PERCEIVED HEAD-CENTRIC SPEED IS AFFECTED BY BOTH EXTRA-RETINAL AND RETINAL ERRORS

      Vision research
    48. SMITH AT; LEDGEWAY T
      SENSITIVITY TO 2ND-ORDER MOTION AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPORAL FREQUENCY AND ECCENTRICITY

      Vision research
    49. MENEES SM
      THE EFFECT OF SPATIAL-FREQUENCY ADAPTATION ON THE LATENCY OF SPATIAL CONTRAST DETECTION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    50. SZANISZLO JA; ESSICK GK; KELLY DG; JOSEPH AK; BREDEHOEFT KR
      EVOCATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PERCEPTS OF APPARENT MOTION ON THE FACE

      Perception & psychophysics
    51. Chen, Y; Bedell, HE; Frishman, LJ
      The precision of velocity discrimination across spatial frequency

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    52. PANAGAKIS E; MOSCHOS M
      PATTERN ERG CHANGES IN SUSPECTED GLAUCOMA

      Ophthalmologica
    53. HEELEY DW; BUCHANANSMITH HM
      THE INFLUENCE OF STIMULUS SHAPE ON ORIENTATION ACUITY

      Experimental Brain Research
    54. METHA AB; MULLEN KT
      RED-GREEN AND ACHROMATIC TEMPORAL FILTERS - A RATIO MODEL PREDICTS CONTRAST-DEPENDENT SPEED PERCEPTION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    55. HOLDER GE
      THE PATTERN ELECTRORETINOGRAM IN ANTERIOR VISUAL PATHWAY DYSFUNCTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE PATTERN VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL - A PERSONAL CLINICAL REVIEW OF 743 EYES

      Eye
    56. HUGHES HC; ARONCHICK DM; NELSON MD
      SPATIAL SCALE INTERACTIONS AND VISUAL-TRACKING PERFORMANCE

      Perception
    57. DURLU YK; MUDUN AB; TANIK O; AGAOGLU J; BULUT S; ARSLAN MO
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE P100 WAVE IN BEHCETS-DISEASE

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    58. VERGHESE P; STONE LS
      SPATIAL LAYOUT AFFECTS SPEED DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    59. JOHNSTON A; BENTON CP
      SPEED DISCRIMINATION THRESHOLDS FOR FIRST-ORDER AND 2ND-ORDER BARS AND EDGES

      Vision research
    60. TURANO KA; HUANG AS; QUIGLEY HA
      TEMPORAL FILTER OF THE MOTION SENSOR IN GLAUCOMA

      Vision research
    61. THOMPSON P; STONE LS
      CONTRAST AFFECTS FLICKER AND SPEED PERCEPTION DIFFERENTLY

      Vision research
    62. CAI DQ; DEANGELIS GC; FREEMAN RD
      SPATIOTEMPORAL RECEPTIVE-FIELD ORGANIZATION IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF CATS AND KITTENS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. HAWKEN MJ; BLAKEMORE C; MORLEY JW
      DEVELOPMENT OF CONTRAST SENSITIVITY AND TEMPORAL-FREQUENCY SELECTIVITY IN PRIMATE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Experimental Brain Research
    64. VANELST LT; GREENLEE MW; FOLEY JM; LUCKING CH
      CONTRAST DETECTION, DISCRIMINATION AND ADAPTATION IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSONS-DISEASE AND MULTIPLE SYSTEM ATROPHY

      Brain
    65. METHA AB; MULLEN KT
      TEMPORAL MECHANISMS UNDERLYING FLICKER DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION FOR RED-GREEN AND ACHROMATIC STIMULI

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    66. HAWKEN MJ; SHAPLEY RM; GROSOF DH
      TEMPORAL-FREQUENCY SELECTIVITY IN MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX

      Visual neuroscience
    67. GURNEY K; WRIGHT MJ
      A BIOLOGICALLY PLAUSIBLE MODEL OF EARLY VISUAL-MOTION PROCESSING .1. THEORY AND IMPLEMENTATION

      Biological cybernetics
    68. GURNEY K; WRIGHT MJ
      A BIOLOGICALLY PLAUSIBLE MODEL OF EARLY VISUAL-MOTION PROCESSING .2. PSYCHOPHYSICAL APPLICATION

      Biological cybernetics
    69. FALSINI B; PORCIATTI V
      THE TEMPORAL FREQUENCY-RESPONSE FUNCTION OF PATTERN ERG AND VEP - CHANGES IN OPTIC NEURITIS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    70. BENNETT KB; NAGY AL
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL FREQUENCY IN ANIMATED MIMIC DISPLAYS

      Displays
    71. THOMPSON P; STONE LS; SWASH S
      SPEED ESTIMATES FROM GRATING PATCHES ARE NOT CONTRAST-NORMALIZED

      Vision research
    72. FIORENTINI A; PORCIATTI V; MORRONE MC; BURR DC
      VISUAL AGING - UNSPECIFIC DECLINE OF THE RESPONSES TO LUMINANCE AND COLOR

      Vision research
    73. CASTET E; MORGAN MJ
      APPARENT SPEED OF TYPE-I SYMMETRICAL PLAIDS

      Vision research
    74. MORRONE MC; FIORENTINI A; BURR DC
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS TOLUMINANCE AND COLOR CONTRAST IN INFANTS

      Vision research
    75. GURNEY KN; WRIGHT MJ
      A MODEL FOR THE SPATIAL INTEGRATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF VELOCITY SIGNALS

      Vision research
    76. HEIDENREICH SM; TURANO KA
      SPEED DISCRIMINATION UNDER STABILIZED AND NORMAL VIEWING CONDITIONS

      Vision research
    77. ROSSI AF; PARADISO MA
      TEMPORAL LIMITS OF BRIGHTNESS INDUCTION AND MECHANISMS OF BRIGHTNESS PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    78. BACH M; HOLDER GE
      CHECK SIZE TUNING OF THE PATTERN ELECTRORETINGORAM - A REAPPRAISAL

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    79. TARDIF E; BERGERON A; LEPORE F; GUILLEMOT JP
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL FREQUENCY TUNING AND CONTRAST SENSITIVITY OF SINGLE NEURONS IN AREA 21A OF THE CAT

      Brain research
    80. LUNDH BL; GOTTVALL E
      PERIPHERAL CONTRAST SENSITIVITY FOR DYNAMIC SINUSOIDAL GRATINGS IN EARLY GLAUCOMA

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    81. ALBRECHT DG
      VISUAL-CORTEX NEURONS IN MONKEY AND CAT - EFFECT OF CONTRAST ON THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PHASE-TRANSFER FUNCTIONS

      Visual neuroscience
    82. MOLOTCHNIKOFF S; DURAND V; LACHAPELLE P
      LATERAL GENICULATE NEURON RESPONSES TO DRIFTING SINE-WAVE GRATINGS INRABBITS

      Brain research bulletin
    83. GARYBOBO E; PRZYBYSLAWSKI J; SAILLOUR P
      EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT MATURATION OF THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CELL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN THE KITTEN VISUAL-CORTEX

      Neuroscience letters
    84. ANDERSON RS; DETKOVA P; OBRIEN C
      EFFECT OF TEMPORAL FREQUENCY AND CONTRAST ON PERIPHERAL GRATING RESOLUTION

      Current eye research
    85. CHAPARRO A; STROMEYER CF; CHEN G; KRONAUER RE
      HUMAN CONES APPEAR TO ADAPT AT LOW-LIGHT LEVELS - MEASUREMENTS ON THERED-GREEN DETECTION MECHANISM

      Vision research
    86. VERGHESE P; STONE LS
      COMBINING SPEED INFORMATION ACROSS SPACE

      Vision research
    87. MATHER G; TUNLEY H
      TEMPORAL FILTERING ENHANCES DIRECTION DISCRIMINATION IN RANDOM-DOT PATTERNS

      Vision research
    88. MEESE TS
      PHASE-REVERSAL DISCRIMINATION IN ONE AND 2 DIMENSIONS - PERFORMANCE IS LIMITED BY SPATIAL REPETITION, NOT SPATIAL-FREQUENCY CONTENT

      Vision research
    89. YANG J; QI XF; MAKOUS W
      ZERO-FREQUENCY MASKING AND A MODEL OF CONTRAST SENSITIVITY

      Vision research
    90. ASHIDA H; OSAKA N
      MOTION AFTEREFFECT WITH FLICKERING TEST STIMULI DEPENDS ON ADAPTING VELOCITY

      Vision research
    91. HAMMETT ST; SNOWDEN RJ
      THE EFFECT OF CONTRAST ADAPTATION ON BRIEFLY PRESENTED STIMULI

      Vision research
    92. CASTET E
      APPARENT SPEED OF SAMPLED MOTION

      Vision research
    93. LEDGEWAY T; SMITH AT
      THE PERCEIVED SPEED OF 2ND-ORDER MOTION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON STIMULUS CONTRAST

      Vision research
    94. MILLER RJ; PATTERSON R
      INFLUENCE OF FLICKER ON PERCEIVED SIZE AND DEPTH

      Perception & psychophysics
    95. PADOVANO S; FALSINI B; CIAVARELLA P; MORETTI G; PORCIATTI V
      SPATIAL-TEMPORAL INTERACTIONS IN THE STEADY-STATE PATTERN ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    96. GARDNER JM; KARMEL BZ
      DEVELOPMENT OF AROUSAL-MODULATED VISUAL PREFERENCES IN EARLY INFANCY

      Developmental psychology
    97. CROPPER SJ; BADCOCK DR
      DISCRIMINATING SMOOTH FROM SAMPLED MOTION - CHROMATIC AND LUMINANCE STIMULI

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    98. SNOWDEN RJ
      ADAPTABILITY OF THE VISUAL-SYSTEM IS INVERSELY RELATED TO ITS SENSITIVITY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    99. MCLEAN J; PALMER LA
      ORGANIZATION OF SIMPLE CELL RESPONSES IN THE 3-DIMENSIONAL (3-D) FREQUENCY-DOMAIN

      Visual neuroscience
    100. NORDMANN JP; CASANOVA C; DENIS P; SAVARD T; SARAUX H
      TUNING PROPERTIES OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CHANNELS OF VISION - CLINICAL CONSEQUENCES

      Neuro-ophthalmology


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