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    1. Gold, I
      Spatial location in color vision

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    2. Maki, SL; McDaniel, WF; Boyce, KC; Brown, CM; Crane, SM; Cundey, J; Kell, RG; Marcengill, PR
      Visual categorical perception by rats with temporal, striate, or sham ablations

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Henriques, DYP; Crawford, JD
      Testing the three-dimensional reference frame transformation for express and memory-guided saccades

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    4. Weiss, AH; Kelly, JP; Phillips, JO
      The infant who is visually unresponsive on a cortical basis

      OPHTHALMOLOGY
    5. Naepflin, U; Menozzi, M
      Can movement parallax compensate lacking stereopsis in spatial explorativesearch tasks?

      DISPLAYS
    6. Fries, P; Schroder, JH; Singer, W; Engel, AK
      Conditions of perceptual selection and suppression during interocular rivalry in strabismic and normal cats

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Herzog, MH; Fahle, M; Koch, C
      Spatial aspects of object formation revealed by a new illusion, shine-through

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Brenner, E; Smeets, JBJ; van den Berg, AV
      Smooth eye movements and spatial localisation

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Adams, RJ; Courage, ML; Drover, JR
      Retest variability of human infant contrast sensitivity: How many tests are sufficient?

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    12. Haegerstrom-Portnoy, G; Schneck, ME; Lott, LA; Brabyn, JA
      The relation between visual acuity and other spatial vision measures

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    13. Schneck, ME; Haegerstrom-Portnoy, G; Lott, LA; Brabyn, JA
      Ocular contributions to age-related loss in coarse stereopsis

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    14. Wuerger, SM; Morgan, MJ; Westland, S; Owens, H
      The spatio-chromatic sensitivity of the human visual system

      PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
    15. Crawford, JD; Henriques, DYP; Vilis, T
      Curvature of visual space under vertical eye rotation: Implications for spatial vision and visuomotor control

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. McMahon, MJ; Lankheet, MJM; Lennie, P; Williams, DR
      Fine structure of parvocellular receptive fields in the primate fovea revealed by laser interferometry

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Levine, BK; Beason-Held, LL; Purpura, KP; Aronchick, DM; Optican, LM; Alexander, GE; Horwitz, B; Rapoport, SI; Schapiro, MB
      Age-related differences in visual perception: a PET study

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    18. Billock, VA
      Neural acclimation to 1/f spatial frequency spectra in natural images transduced by the human visual system

      PHYSICA D
    19. Levi, DM; Klein, SA; Carney, T
      Unmasking the mechanisms for Vernier acuity: evidence for a template modelfor Vernier acuity

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. Levi, DM; McGraw, PV; Klein, SA
      Vernier and contrast discrimination in central and peripheral vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Chen, CC; Foley, JM; Brainard, DH
      Detection of chromoluminance patterns on chromoluminance pedestals II: model

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Peterzell, DH; Teller, DY
      Spatial frequency tuned covariance channels for red-green and luminance-modulated gratings: psychophysical data from human adults

      VISION RESEARCH
    23. Peterzell, DH; Chang, SK; Teller, DY
      Spatial frequency tuned covariance channels for red-green and luminance-modulated gratings: psychophysical data from human infants

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Kohly, RP; Regan, D
      Coincidence detectors: visual processing of a pair of lines and implications for shape discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Levi, DM; Klein, SA; Sharma, V; Nguyen, L
      Detecting disorder in spatial vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Meese, TS; Williams, CB
      Probability summation for multiple patches of luminance modulation

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Brenner, E; Smeets, JBJ
      Comparing extra-retinal information about distance and direction

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Chen, J; Myerson, J; Hale, S; Simon, A
      Behavioral evidence for brain-based ability factors in visuospatial information processing

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    29. Henriques, DYP; Crawford, JD
      Direction-dependent distortions of retinocentric space in the visuomotor transformation for pointing

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Lehrer, M
      Shape perception in the honeybee: Symmetry as a global framework

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    31. Haegerstrom-Portnoy, G; Scheck, ME; Brabyn, JA
      Seeing into old age: Vision function beyond acuity

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    32. Alexander, GE; Mentis, MJ; Van Horn, JD; Grady, CL; Berman, KF; Furey, ML; Pietrini, P; Rapoport, SI; Schapiro, MB; Moeller, JR
      Individual differences in PET activation of object perception and attention systems predict face matching accuracy

      NEUROREPORT
    33. Steinmetz, PN; Winslow, RL
      Optimal detection of flash intensity differences using rod photocurrent observations

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    34. Westheimer, G; Brincat, S; Wehrhahn, C
      Contrast dependency of foveal spatial functions: orientation, vernier, separation, blur and displacement discrimination and the tilt and Poggendorff illusions

      VISION RESEARCH
    35. Brenner, E; van Damme, WJM
      Perceived distance, shape and size

      VISION RESEARCH
    36. Mihaylova, M; Stomonyakov, V; Vassilev, A
      Peripheral and central delay in processing high spatial frequencies: reaction time and VEP latency studies

      VISION RESEARCH
    37. Barrett, BT; Whitaker, D; Bradley, A
      Vernier acuity with compound gratings: the whole is equal to the better ofits parts

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Candy, TR; Banks, MS
      Use of an early nonlinearity to measure optical and receptor resolution inthe human infant

      VISION RESEARCH
    39. Keeble, DRT; Hess, RF
      Discriminating local continuity in curved figures

      VISION RESEARCH
    40. Rovamo, JM; Kankaanpaa, MI; Kukkonen, H
      Modelling spatial contrast sensitivity functions for chromatic and luminance-modulated gratings

      VISION RESEARCH
    41. De Luca, E; Fahle, M
      Learning of interpolation in 2 and 3 dimensions

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. WOJCIULIK E; KANWISHER N
      IMPLICIT BUT NOT EXPLICIT FEATURE BINDING IN A BALINTS PATIENT

      Visual cognition
    43. Fujimori, M; Imamura, T; Yamashita, H; Hirono, N; Ikejiri, Y; Shimomura, T; Mori, E
      Age at onset and visuocognitive disturbances in Alzheimer disease

      ALZHEIMER DISEASE & ASSOCIATED DISORDERS
    44. HEMMI JM; MARK RF
      VISUAL-ACUITY, CONTRAST SENSITIVITY AND RETINAL MAGNIFICATION IN A MARSUPIAL, THE TAMMAR WALLABY (MACROPUS-EUGENII)

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    45. HENNELLY ML; BARBUR JL; EDGAR DF; WOODWARD EG
      THE EFFECT OF AGE ON THE LIGHT-SCATTERING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EYE

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    46. HENRIQUES DYP; KLIER EM; SMITH MA; LOWY D; CRAWFORD JD
      GAZE-CENTERED REMAPPING OF REMEMBERED VISUAL SPACE IN AN OPEN-LOOP POINTING TASK

      The Journal of neuroscience
    47. ZHANG XM; WANDELL BA
      COLOR IMAGE FIDELITY METRICS EVALUATED USING IMAGE DISTORTION MAPS

      Signal processing
    48. BRENNER E; VANDAMME WJM
      JUDGING DISTANCE FROM OCULAR CONVERGENCE

      Vision research
    49. DEUBEL H; BRIDGEMAN B; SCHNEIDER WX
      IMMEDIATE POST-SACCADIC INFORMATION MEDIATES SPACE CONSTANCY

      Vision research (Oxford)
    50. KOHLER S; MOSCOVITCH M; WINOCUR G; HOULE S; MCINTOSH AR
      NETWORKS OF DOMAIN-SPECIFIC AND GENERAL REGIONS INVOLVED IN EPISODIC MEMORY FOR SPATIAL LOCATION AND OBJECT IDENTITY

      Neuropsychologia
    51. Lehrer, M
      Looking all around: Honeybees use different cues in different eye regions

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    52. KRAL K
      SPATIAL VISION IN THE COURSE OF AN INSECTS LIFE

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    53. BLY BM; KOSSLYN SM
      FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF OBJECT RECOGNITION IN HUMANS - EVIDENCE FROM POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY AND FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Current opinion in neurology
    54. LANGE G; DENNY N; FRUMKES TE
      SUPPRESSIVE ROD-CONE INTERACTIONS - EVIDENCE FOR SEPARATE RETINAL (TEMPORAL) AND EXTRARETINAL (SPATIAL) MECHANISMS IN ACHROMATIC VISION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    55. FAILLENOT I; TONI I; DECETY J; GREGOIRE MC; JEANNEROD M
      VISUAL PATHWAYS FOR OBJECT-ORIENTED ACTION AND OBJECT RECOGNITION - FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY WITH PET

      Cerebral cortex
    56. GWIAZDA J; BAUER J; THORN F; HELD R
      DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL CONTRAST SENSITIVITY FROM INFANCY TO ADULTHOOD- PSYCHOPHYSICAL DATA

      Optometry and vision science
    57. PETERZELL DH; KELLY JP
      DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL-FREQUENCY TUNED COVARIANCE CHANNELS - INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL (VEP) CONTRAST SENSITIVITY FUNCTION

      Optometry and vision science
    58. MCCARTHY G; PUCE A; GORE JC; ALLISON T
      FACE-SPECIFIC PROCESSING IN THE HUMAN FUSIFORM GYRUS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    59. KRAL K; POTESER M
      MOTION PARALLAX AS A SOURCE OF DISTANCE INFORMATION IN LOCUSTS AND MANTIDS

      Journal of insect behavior
    60. VOROBYEV M; GUMBERT A; KUNZE J; GIURFA M; MENZEL R
      FLOWERS THROUGH INSECT EYES

      Israel journal of plant sciences
    61. SCHNECK ME; HAEGERSTROMPORTNOY G
      COLOR-VISION DEFECT TYPE AND SPATIAL VISION IN THE OPTIC NEURITIS TREATMENT TRIAL

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    62. PASTOOR S; WOPKING M
      3-D DISPLAYS - A REVIEW OF CURRENT TECHNOLOGIES

      Displays
    63. PELI E
      IN SEARCH OF A CONTRAST METRIC - MATCHING THE PERCEIVED CONTRAST OF GABOR PATCHES AT DIFFERENT PHASES AND BANDWIDTHS

      Vision research
    64. COURAGE ML; ADAMS RJ; HALL EJ
      CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN WITH DOWN-SYNDROME

      Vision research
    65. MUSSAP AJ; LEVI DM
      VERNIER ACUITY WITH PLAID MASKS - THE ROLE OF ORIENTED FILTERS IN VERNIER ACUITY

      Vision research
    66. STARK ME; GRAFMAN J; FERTIG E
      A RESTRICTED SPOTLIGHT OF ATTENTION IN VISUAL OBJECT RECOGNITION

      Neuropsychologia
    67. RUCHKIN DS; JOHNSON R; GRAFMAN J; CANOUNE H; RITTER W
      MULTIPLE VISUOSPATIAL WORKING-MEMORY BUFFERS - EVIDENCE FROM SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF BRAIN ACTIVITY

      Neuropsychologia
    68. BRENNER E; SMEETS JBJ
      FAST RESPONSES OF THE HUMAN HAND TO CHANGES IN TARGET POSITION

      Journal of motor behavior
    69. DAFNI A; LEHRER M; KEVAN PG
      SPATIAL FLOWER PARAMETERS AND INSECT SPATIAL VISION

      Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
    70. FUJIMORI M; IMAMURA T; YAMASHITA H; HIRONO N; MORI E
      THE DISTURBANCES OF OBJECT VISION AND SPATIAL VISION IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders
    71. WADE NJ
      FRAMES OF REFERENCE IN VISION

      Minimally invasive therapy & allied technologies
    72. ADAMS RJ; COURAGE ML
      MONOCULAR CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IN 3-MONTH-OLD TO 36-MONTH-OLD HUMAN INFANTS

      Optometry and vision science
    73. WACHTLER T; WEHRHAHN C; LEE BB
      A SIMPLE-MODEL OF HUMAN FOVEAL GANGLION-CELL RESPONSES TO HYPERACUITYSTIMULI

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    74. GROSSMAN M; GALETTA S; DING XS; MORRISON D; DESPOSITO M; ROBINSON K; JAGGI J; ALAVI A; REIVICH M
      CLINICAL AND POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY STUDIES OF VISUAL APPERCEPTIVE AGNOSIA

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    75. SMALLMAN HS; MACLEOD DIA; HE S; KENTRIDGE RW
      FINE-GRAIN OF THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF HUMAN SPATIAL VISION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    76. DEUBEL H; SCHNEIDER WX; BRIDGEMAN B
      POSTSACCADIC TARGET BLANKING PREVENTS SACCADIC SUPPRESSION OF IMAGE DISPLACEMENT

      Vision research
    77. POIRSON AB; WANDELL BA
      PATTERN-COLOR SEPARABLE PATHWAYS PREDICT SENSITIVITY TO SIMPLE COLORED PATTERNS

      Vision research
    78. REGAN D; GRAY R; HAMSTRA SJ
      EVIDENCE FOR A NEURAL MECHANISM THAT ENCODES ANGLES

      Vision research
    79. PETERZELL DH; TELLER DY
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN CONTRAST SENSITIVITY FUNCTIONS - THE LOWESTSPATIAL-FREQUENCY CHANNELS

      Vision research
    80. MUSSAP AJ; LEVI DM
      SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF FILTERS UNDERLYING VERNIER ACUITY REVEALED BY MASKING - EVIDENCE FOR COLLATOR MECHANISMS

      Vision research
    81. BOCHEVA N; YAKIMOFF N
      DIFFERENT MECHANISMS MAY UNDERLIE THE PERFORMANCE IN RELATIVE LOCALIZATION TASKS

      Vision research
    82. LEVI DM; KLEIN SA
      LIMITATIONS ON POSITION CODING IMPOSED BY UNDERSAMPLING AND UNIVARIANCE

      Vision research
    83. FIELD DJ; HESS RF
      UNCALIBRATED DISTORTIONS VS UNDERSAMPLING

      Vision research
    84. REGAN D; HE P
      MAGNETIC AND ELECTRICAL BRAIN RESPONSES TO CHROMATIC CONTRAST IN HUMAN

      Vision research
    85. DOUGLAS RH
      GOLDFISH USE THE VISUAL ANGLE OF A FAMILIAR LANDMARK TO LOCATE A FOODSOURCE

      Journal of Fish Biology
    86. REED CL; CASELLI RJ; FARAH MJ
      TACTILE AGNOSIA - UNDERLYING IMPAIRMENT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR NORMAL TACTILE OBJECT RECOGNITION

      Brain
    87. MENTIS MJ; HORWITZ B; GRADY CL; ALEXANDER GE; VANMETER JW; MAISOG JM; PIETRINI P; SCHAPIRO MB; RAPOPORT SI
      VISUAL CORTICAL DYSFUNCTION IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE EVALUATED WITH A TEMPORALLY GRADED STRESS TEST DURING PET

      The American journal of psychiatry
    88. COLETTA NJ; SHARMA V
      EFFECTS OF LUMINANCE AND SPATIAL NOISE ON INTERFEROMETRIC CONTRAST SENSITIVITY

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    89. GHATAN PH; HSIEH JC; WIRSENMEURLING A; WREDLING R; ERIKSSON L; STONEELANDER S; LEVANDER S; INGVAR M
      BRAIN ACTIVATION-INDUCED BY THE PERCEPTUAL MAZE TEST - A PET STUDY OFCOGNITIVE PERFORMANCE

      NeuroImage
    90. KOHLER S; KAPUR S; MOSCOVITCH M; WINOCUR G; HOULE S
      DISSOCIATION OF PATHWAYS FOR OBJECT AND SPATIAL VISION - A PET STUDY IN HUMANS

      NeuroReport
    91. LOGVINENKO AD
      ON DERIVING ANALYZER CHARACTERISTICS FROM SUMMATION-AT-THRESHOLD DATA

      Biological cybernetics
    92. TAKAYAMA Y; SUGISHITA M; FUKUYAMA H; AKIGUCHI I
      LOCALIZATION IN IMPAIRED SPATIAL VISION

      Clinical neurology and neurosurgery
    93. HORWITZ B; MCINTOSH AR; HAXBY JV; GRADY CL
      NETWORK ANALYSIS OF BRAIN COGNITIVE FUNCTION USING METABOLIC AND BLOOD-FLOW DATA

      Behavioural brain research
    94. LAKSHMINARAYANAN V; ENOCH JM
      VERNIER ACUITY AND AGING

      International ophtalmology
    95. BUADES MJ; ARTIGAS JM; FELIPE A; MALO J
      A STATISTICAL EXPLANATION OF THE EFFECT OF LUMINANCE ON PHOTOPIC VISUAL-ACUITY OF SPECKLED IMAGES

      Journal of optics
    96. HAMSTRA SJ; REGAN D
      ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION IN CYCLOPEAN VISION

      Vision research
    97. DEUBEL H; BRIDGEMAN B
      PERCEPTUAL CONSEQUENCES OF OCULAR LENS OVERSHOOT DURING SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Vision research
    98. GEISLER WS; ALBRECHT DG
      BAYESIAN-ANALYSIS OF IDENTIFICATION PERFORMANCE IN MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX - NONLINEAR MECHANISMS AND STIMULUS CERTAINTY

      Vision research
    99. SERVOS P; GOODALE MA
      PRESERVED VISUAL-IMAGERY IN VISUAL FORM AGNOSIA

      Neuropsychologia
    100. POTESER M; KRAL K
      VISUAL DISTANCE DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN STATIONARY TARGETS IN PRAYING-MANTIS - AN INDEX OF THE USE OF MOTION PARALLAX

      Journal of Experimental Biology


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