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    1. McKeefry, DJ
      Chromatic visual evoked potentials elicited by fast and slow motion onset

      COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION
    2. McKeefry, DJ; Murray, IJ; Kulikowski, JJ
      Red-green and blue-yellow mechanisms are matched in sensitivity for temporal and spatial modulation

      VISION RESEARCH
    3. Chen, CC; Foley, JM; Brainard, DH
      Detection of chromoluminance patterns on chromoluminance pedestals I: threshold measurements

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. Mullen, KT; Beaudot, WHA; McIlhagga, WH
      Contour integration in color vision: a common process for the blue-yellow,red-green and luminance mechanisms?

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Yoshizawa, T; Mullen, KT; Baker, CL
      Absence of a chromatic linear motion mechanism in human vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. Brown, JM; Koch, C
      Influences of occlusion, color, and luminance on the perception of fragmented pictures

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    7. Webster, MA; Malkoc, G
      Color-luminance relationships and the McCollough effect

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    8. Ross, SM; Dannemiller, JL
      Color contrast, luminance contrast and competition within exogenous orienting in 3.5-month-old infants

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    9. Mullen, KT; Losada, MA
      The spatial tuning of color and luminance peripheral vision measured with notch filtered noise masking

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Mullen, KT; Sankeralli, MJ
      Evidence for the stochastic independence of the blue-yellow, red-green andluminance detection mechanisms revealed by subthreshold summation

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Bilodeau, L; Faubert, J
      The oblique effect with colour defined motion throughout the visual field

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Krauskopf, J; Li, XJ
      Effect of contrast on detection of motion of chromatic and luminance targets: retina-relative and object-relative movement

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Reisbeck, TE; Gegenfurtner, KR
      Velocity tuned mechanisms in human motion processing

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Kingdom, FAA; Simmons, DR; Rainville, S
      On the apparent collapse of stereopsis in random-dot-stereograms at isoluminance

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Lia, B; Dobkins, KR; Palmer, J; Teller, DY
      Infants code the direction of chromatic quadrature motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    16. Switkes, E; Crognale, MA
      Comparison of color and luminance contrast: apples versus oranges?

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Lu, ZL; Lesmes, LA; Sperling, G
      Perceptual motion standstill in rapidly moving chromatic displays

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    18. Metha, AB; Mullen, KT
      Failure of direction discrimination at detection threshold for both fast and slow chromatic motion

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    19. VICTOR JD; PURPURA KP; CONTE MM
      CHROMATIC AND LUMINANCE INTERACTIONS IN SPATIAL CONTRAST SIGNALS

      Visual neuroscience
    20. SOWDEN PT; WATT SJ
      A JITTERED SQUARES ILLUSION AND A PROPOSED MECHANISM

      Perception
    21. SIMMONS DR; KINGDOM FAA
      ON THE BINOCULAR SUMMATION OF CHROMATIC CONTRAST

      Vision research
    22. GEGENFURTNER KR
      THRESHOLDS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE DIRECTION OF MOTION OF PLAIDPATTERNS DEFINED BY LUMINANCE OR CHROMATIC CONTRAST

      Vision research
    23. ANSTIS S; HUTAHAJAN P; CAVANAGH P
      OPTOMOTOR TEST FOR WAVELENGTH SENSITIVITY IN GUPPYFISH (POECILIA-RETICULATA)

      Vision research
    24. Collin, CA; Chaudhuri, A
      A maximum motion technique for assessment of color vision defects

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    25. 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.
    26. KIPER DC; FENSTEMAKER SB; GEGENFURTNER KR
      CHROMATIC PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN MACAQUE AREA V2

      Visual neuroscience
    27. SYRKIN G; GUR M
      COLOR AND LUMINANCE INTERACT TO IMPROVE PATTERN-RECOGNITION

      Perception
    28. WIJERS AA; LANGE JJ; MULDER G; MULDER LJM
      AN ERP STUDY OF VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION AND LETTER TARGET DETECTION FOR ISOLUMINANT AND NONISOLUMINANT STIMULI

      Psychophysiology
    29. MULLEN KT; CROPPER SJ; LOSADA MA
      ABSENCE OF LINEAR SUBTHRESHOLD SUMMATION BETWEEN RED-GREEN AND LUMINANCE MECHANISMS OVER A WIDE-RANGE OF SPATIOTEMPORAL CONDITIONS

      Vision research
    30. TELLER DY; BROOKS TEW; PALMER J
      INFANT COLOR-VISION - MOVING TRITAN STIMULI DO NOT ELICIT DIRECTIONALLY APPROPRIATE EYE-MOVEMENTS IN 2 AND 4-MONTH-OLDS

      Vision research
    31. BILODEAU L; FAUBERT J
      ISOLUMINANCE AND CHROMATIC MOTION PERCEPTION THROUGHOUT THE VISUAL-FIELD

      Vision research
    32. WEBSTER MA; MOLLON JD
      MOTION MINIMA FOR DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS IN COLOR SPACE

      Vision research
    33. SIMMONS DR; KINGDOM FAA
      ON THE INDEPENDENCE OF CHROMATIC AND ACHROMATIC STEREOPSIS MECHANISMS

      Vision research
    34. 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.
    35. GRAVES RE
      LUMINANCE AND COLOR EFFECTS ON LOCALIZATION OF BRIEFLY FLASHED VISUAL-STIMULI

      Visual neuroscience
    36. BRIGELL M; STRAFELLA A; PARMEGGIANI L; DEMARCO PJ; CELESIA GG
      THE EFFECTS OF LUMINANCE AND CHROMATIC BACKGROUND FLICKER ON THE HUMAN VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL

      Visual neuroscience
    37. GEGENFURTNER KR; KIPER DC; FENSTEMAKER SB
      PROCESSING OF COLOR, FORM, AND MOTION IN MACAQUE AREA V2

      Visual neuroscience
    38. MCILHAGGA WH; MULLEN KT
      CONTOUR INTEGRATION WITH COLOR AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    39. GEGENFURTNER KR; HAWKEN MJ
      PERCEIVED VELOCITY OF LUMINANCE, CHROMATIC AND NON-FOURIER STIMULI - INFLUENCE OF CONTRAST AND TEMPORAL FREQUENCY

      Vision research
    40. KINGDOM FAA; SIMMONS DR
      STEREOACUITY AND COLOR CONTRAST

      Vision research
    41. TELLER DY; PALMER J
      INFANT COLOR-VISION - MOTION NULLS FOR RED-GREEN VS LUMINANCE-MODULATED STIMULI IN INFANTS AND ADULTS

      Vision research
    42. MULLEN KT; SANKERALLI MJ; HESS RF
      COLOR AND LUMINANCE VISION IN HUMAN AMBLYOPIA - SHIFTS IN ISOLUMINANCE, CONTRAST SENSITIVITY LOSSES, AND POSITIONAL DEFICITS

      Vision research
    43. PAPATHOMAS TV; GOREA A; CHUBB C
      PRECISE ASSESSMENT OF THE MEAN EFFECTIVE LUMINANCE OF TEXTURE PATCHES- AN APPROACH BASED ON REVERSE-PHI MOTION

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

      Vision research
    45. CROPPER SJ; MULLEN KT; BADCOCK DR
      MOTION COHERENCE ACROSS DIFFERENT CHROMATIC AXES

      Vision research
    46. SHIFFRAR M; LORENCEAU J
      INCREASED MOTION LINKING ACROSS EDGES WITH DECREASED LUMINANCE CONTRAST, EDGE WIDTH AND DURATION

      Vision research
    47. MULLEN KT; KINGDOM FAA
      LOSSES IN PERIPHERAL COLOR SENSITIVITY PREDICTED FROM HIT AND MISS POST-RECEPTORAL CONE CONNECTIONS

      Vision research
    48. LOSADA MA; MULLEN KT
      COLOR AND LUMINANCE SPATIAL TUNING ESTIMATED BY NOISE MASKING IN THE ABSENCE OF OFF-FREQUENCY LOOKING

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    49. SIMMONS DR; KINGDOM FAA
      DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STEREOPSIS WITH ISOLUMINANT AND ISOCHROMATIC STIMULI

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    50. DOBKINS KR; ALBRIGHT TD
      BEHAVIORAL AND NEURAL EFFECTS OF CHROMATIC ISOLUMINANCE IN THE PRIMATE VISUAL-MOTION SYSTEM

      Visual neuroscience
    51. TSUKIYAMA T
      INFERRING THE 3D SHAPE FORMED BY PLANE SURFACES FROM ISOLUMINANCE CURVES

      Image and vision computing
    52. EPELBAUM M; TELLER DY
      INFANT EYE-MOVEMENT ASYMMETRIES - TEMPORAL-NASAL ASYMMETRY IS REVERSED AT ISOLUMINANCE IN 2-MONTH-OLDS

      Vision research
    53. GEGENFURTNER KR; HAWKEN MJ
      TEMPORAL AND CHROMATIC PROPERTIES OF MOTION MECHANISM

      Vision research
    54. METHA AB; VINGRYS AJ; BADCOCK DR
      DETECTION AND DISCRIMINATION OF MOVING STIMULI - THE EFFECTS OF COLOR, LUMINANCE, AND ECCENTRICITY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    55. GEGENFURTNER KR; KIPER DC; BEUSMANS JMH; CARANDINI M; ZAIDI Q; MOVSHON JA
      CHROMATIC PROPERTIES OF NEURONS IN MACAQUE MT

      Visual neuroscience
    56. RUDDUCK GA; HARDING GFA
      VISUAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY TO ACHROMATIC AND CHROMATIC STIMULI IN PREMATURE AND FULL-TERM INFANTS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    57. LOSADA MA; MULLEN KT
      THE SPATIAL TUNING OF CHROMATIC MECHANISMS IDENTIFIED BY SIMULTANEOUSMASKING

      Vision research
    58. SIMMONS DR; KINGDOM FAA
      CONTRAST THRESHOLDS FOR STEREOSCOPIC DEPTH IDENTIFICATION WITH ISOLUMINANT AND ISOCHROMATIC STIMULI

      Vision research
    59. RASMJOU S; HOFFMANN KP
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL EVIDENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL LATENCIES OF COLOR INPUTS TO MOTION PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    60. HENNING GB; DERRINGTON AM
      SPEED, SPATIAL-FREQUENCY, AND TEMPORAL-FREQUENCY COMPARISONS IN LUMINANCE AND COLOR GRATINGS

      Vision research
    61. KUMAR T; BEUTTER BR; GLASER DA
      PERCEIVED MOTION OF A COLORED SPOT IN A NOISY ACHROMATIC BACKGROUND

      Perception
    62. DERRINGTON AM; HENNING GB
      DETECTING AND DISCRIMINATING THE DIRECTION OF MOTION OF LUMINANCE ANDCOLOR GRATINGS

      Vision research
    63. GUR M; SYRKIN G
      COLOR ENHANCES MACH BANDS DETECTION THRESHOLD AND PERCEIVED BRIGHTNESS

      Vision research
    64. CHICHILNISKY EJ; HEEGER D; WANDELL BA
      FUNCTIONAL SEGREGATION OF COLOR AND MOTION PERCEPTION EXAMINED IN MOTION NULLING

      Vision research
    65. GOREA A; PAPATHOMAS TV; KOVACS I
      2 MOTION SYSTEMS WITH COMMON AND SEPARATE PATHWAYS FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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