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Analysis of response patterns of LGN cells.
- R. L. de Valois, I. Abramov, G. H. Jacobs
- BiologyJournal of the Optical Society of America
- 1 July 1966
Comparisons with psychophysical data indicated that nonopponent cells transmit brightness information; opponent cells, however, carry information about color, the hue of a light being determined by the relative responses of the four types.
The distribution of fixation durations in infants and naive adults
Color appearance in the peripheral retina: effects of stimulus size.
The perceptive fields of the hue mechanisms at all loci were larger than anatomical estimates of the sizes of retinal receptive fields, and this increase was greater on the temporal than on the nasal retina.
Color appearance: on seeing red--or yellow, or green, or blue.
A systematic review of Hue Mechanisms, a model of Hue Appearance and Color Words, and Recursion, 2, which describes the development of hue appearance and color words in the 1970s and 80s, found that Hue appeared to have changed little in the intervening years.
Characteristics of saccades in human infants
Orientational asymmetries in small-field optokinetic nystagmus in human infants
Scaling procedures for specifying color appearance
Colors of objects are often specified by color matches in some standard colorimetric system. While color-matching allows a color to be reproduced accurately, it does not specify what the color…
Color vision in the peripheral retina. II. Hue and saturation.
From a modified form of color matching, it was concluded that the color deficiency in the periphery is more tritanlike than deutanlike, strengthened by the observation, that, for small peripheral targets, hues are generally apportioned between two hue categories and the change from one to the other is at about 580 nm.
Rocket-ship psychophysics. Assessing visual functioning in young children.
- I. Abramov, L. Hainline, S. Petry
- PsychologyInvestigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 November 1984
A set of psychophysical procedures is described for rapidly measuring visual functions such as spatial contrast sensitivity, flicker fusion, and rod and cone two-color increment thresholds in young children using a forced-choice paradigm combined with the method of descending limits.
Calibration of the Hirschberg test in human infants.
- P. Riddell, L. Hainline, I. Abramov
- MedicineInvestigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 February 1994
The results suggest that the same average Hirschberg ratio can be used to estimate angle of strabismus across age, similar for adults and infants both in value and in variance.