Normal development of refractive state and ocular dimensions in guinea pigs ☆
High frequency edges (but not contrast) predict where we fixate: A Bayesian system identification analysis
Interaction of spatial and temporal integration in global form processing
Perception of visual motion coherence by rats and mice
The temporal and spatial limits of compensation for fixational eye movements
Evidence for two interacting temporal channels in human visual processing
Slow flash multifocal electroretinogram in myopia
Mechanisms underlying the perceived angular velocity of a rigidly rotating object
Color discrimination in carriers of color deficiency
Can the theory of “whitening” explain the center-surround properties of retinal ganglion cell receptive fields?
Comparing the retinal structures and functions in two species of gulls ( Larus delawarensis and Larus modestus ) with significant nocturnal behaviours
Attention delays perceived stimulus offset ☆
Dynamics of the influence of segmentation cues on orientation perception
Motion perception deficits in albino ferrets ( Mustela putorius furo )
Contrast detection in noise with positive and negative defocus in myopes
Development and evaluation of a linear staircase strategy for the measurement of perimetric sensitivity
Effects of feature-based attention on the motion aftereffect at remote locations
Adaptive norm-based coding of facial identity
Contextual effects on fine orientation discrimination tasks
Increasing the temporal g(r)ain: Double-pulse resolution is affected by the size of the attention focus
Effects of interactions among wave aberrations on optical image quality
On second glance: Still no high-level pop-out effect for faces
With a careful look: Still no low-level confound to face pop-out
Regarding van den Bedem, Schutte, van der Helm, and Simonsz: Mechanical properties and functional importance of pulley bands or ‘Faisseaux Tendineux’ ☆
Reply to the Letter to Editor by J.L. Demer regarding: Van den Bedem, Schutte, van der Helm, and Simonsz: Mechanical properties and functional importance of pulley bands or ‘ Faisseaux Tendineux ’ (Vision Research 45: 2710–2714, 2005)
Erratum to “Monocular transparency and unpaired stereopsis” [ Vision Research 46 (2006) 1965–1705],
Monocular Transparency and unpaired stereopsis