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Analysis of response patterns of LGN cells.
A detailed analysis was made of the response characteristics of single cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the macaque monkey. The goal was to understand how these cells contribute to theExpand
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Color appearance in the peripheral retina: effects of stimulus size.
Hue and saturation scaling were used to measure the appearance of spectral lights as a function of stimulus size for nine loci across the horizontal retinal meridian. At a given locus, each hue (R,Expand
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Color appearance: on seeing red--or yellow, or green, or blue.
INTRODUCTION 452 BASIC PHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES 452 Photopigments 452 Human Cones 453 Spectrally Opponent and Nonopponent Cells 455 COLOR APPEARANCE 458 Des cribing Color Appearance 458 Model of HueExpand
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The distribution of fixation durations in infants and naive adults
The distributions of durations of fixations from infants and free-viewing adults are shown to be basically exponential for different stimulus conditions. It is found that fixation duration can beExpand
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Describing color appearance: Hue and saturation scaling
Most of the fully elaborated systems for describing color appearance rely on matching to samples from some standard set. Since this is not satisfactory in all situations, various forms of directExpand
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Characteristics of saccades in human infants
Infants (14-151 days) and adults were shown two-dimensional geometric forms or stimuli from a set of highly textured patterns. Their eye movements were recorded by an infrared corneal reflection eyeExpand
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Orientational asymmetries in small-field optokinetic nystagmus in human infants
Optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) is a pattern of reflexive eye movements which occurs when portions of the visual field are in continuous motion. Gratings moving at 7 deg/s either horizontally (left orExpand
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Color vision in the peripheral retina. II. Hue and saturation.
Hue and saturation of spectral lights were measured (direct scaling) in the fovea and at 45 degrees in the periphery; all lights were of equal photopic retinal illuminance (1200 trolands). At eachExpand
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Contributions of short-wavelength cones to goldfish ganglion cells
SummaryThere are conflicting reports about the existence and nature of a short-wavelength cone (S-cone) contribution to ganglion cells in the goldfish retina. The present study sought to resolveExpand
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Calibration of the Hirschberg test in human infants.
PURPOSE The Hirschberg ratio has been defined as the ratio of the change in angular position of the line of sight to the change in location of the first Purkinje image relative to the pupil center.Expand
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