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  • The hyperopic effect of narrow-band long-wavelength light in tree shrews increases non-linearly with duration.  146-147:9-17. 2018
  • Long-wavelength (red) light produces hyperopia in juvenile and adolescent tree shrews.  140:55-65. 2017
  • Vision science and adaptive optics, the state of the field.  132:3-33. 2017
  • Gene expression signatures in tree shrew choroid in response to three myopiagenic conditions.  102:52-63. 2014
  • Vergence eye movements in patients with schizophrenia.  102:64-70. 2014
  • Biochemical analysis of a rhodopsin photoactivatable GFP fusion as a model of G-protein coupled receptor transport.  93:43-48. 2013
  • Visual processing speed.  90:52-56. 2013
  • Spatial-frequency requirements for reading revisited.  62:139-147. 2012
  • Aging and vision.  51:1610-1622. 2011
  • Spatial-frequency cutoff requirements for pattern recognition in central and peripheral vision.  51:1995-2007. 2011
  • Vision and driving.  50:2348-2361. 2010
  • The effect of age on compensation for a negative lens and recovery from lens-induced myopia in tree shrews (Tupaia glis belangeri).  50:564-576. 2010
  • The influence of intrinsically-photosensitive retinal ganglion cells on the spectral sensitivity and response dynamics of the human pupillary light reflex.  50:72-87. 2010
  • Human and macaque pupil responses driven by melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells.  47:946-954. 2007
  • Developmental changes in the visual span for reading.  47:2889-2900. 2007
  • The length of Henle fibers in the human retina and a model of ganglion receptive field density in the visual field.  47:2901-2911. 2007
  • Defective development of photoreceptor membranes in a mouse model of recessive retinal degeneration.  46:4510-4518. 2006
  • Impact of aging and age-related maculopathy on inactivation of the a-wave of the rod-mediated electroretinogram.  46:1422-1431. 2006
  • Imaging maculopathy in post-mortem human eyes.  45:3496-3503. 2005
  • Rhodopsin-EGFP knock-ins for imaging quantal gene alterations.  45:3445-3453. 2005
  • Vergence target selection in rhesus monkeys: Behavior and modeling.  45:731-747. 2005
  • Opponent-motion mechanisms are self-normalizing.  45:1115-1127. 2005
  • Contrast conservation in human vision.  43:2637-2648. 2003
  • The spatial properties of opponent-motion normalization.  42:1727-1738. 2002
  • Scotopic sensitivity during adulthood.  40:2467-2473. 2000
  • Aging and dark adaptation.  39:3975-3982. 1999
  • Persistent transgene product in retina, optic nerve and brain after intraocular injection of rAAV.  39:2545-2553. 1999
  • Enhanced motion aftereffect for complex motions.  39:2229-2238. 1999
  • Regulation of the mechanical properties of tree shrew sclera by the visual environment.  39:387-407. 1999
  • Spectra of human L cones.  38:3663-3670. 1998
  • Aging and scotopic sensitivity.  38:3655-3662. 1998
  • Expression of L cone pigment gene subtypes in females.  38:3221-3225. 1998
  • Pupil responses to stimulus color, structure and light flux increments in the rhesus monkey.  38:3353-3358. 1998
  • The susceptible period for deprivation-induced myopia in tree shrew.  38:3505-3515. 1998
  • Radial motion looks faster.  37:3399-3405. 1997
  • Implicit masking constrained by spatial inhomogeneities.  37:1917-1927. 1997
  • A new system of ocular trauma terminology.  36:4111-4111. 1996
  • Vitrectomy for Terson's syndrome.  36:365-365. 1996
  • Measuring the attentional speed-up in the motion induction effect.  36:2433-2446. 1996
  • Modeling pedestal experiments with amplitude instead of contrast.  35:1979-1989. 1995
  • Reduced extracellular matrix in mammalian sclera with induced myopia.  35:1271-1281. 1995
  • Relationship between visual sensitivity and target localization in older adults.  35:579-587. 1995
  • Zero frequency masking and a model of contrast sensitivity.  35:1965-1978. 1995
  • Spatiotemporal separability in contrast sensitivity.  34:2569-2576. 1994
  • Aging and neural spatial contrast sensitivity: Photopic vision.  33:939-946. 1993
  • Dendritic architecture of ON-OFF direction-selective ganglion cells in the rabbit retina.  33:579-608. 1993
  • Erratum: The development of experimental myopia and ocular component dimensions in monocularly lid-sutured tree shrews (Tupia belangeri) (Vision Research (1992) 32 (843-852)).  33:2381. 1993
  • Serial spatial filters in vision.  33:413-427. 1993
  • A visual nonlinearity fed by single cones.  32:347-363. 1992
  • Normal development of refractive state and ocular component dimensions in the tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri).  32:833-842. 1992
  • The development of experimental myopia and ocular component dimensions in monocularly lid-sutured tree shrews (Tupaia belangeri).  32:843-852. 1992
  • A comparison of the regan low-contrast letter charts and contrast sensitivity testing in older patients.  5:325-334. 1990
  • Age-related changes in the morphology, absorption and fluorescence of melanosomes and lipofuscin granules of the retinal pigment epithelium.  30:1291-1303. 1990
  • Clinical visual perimetry underestimates peripheral field problems in older adults.  5:113-125. 1990
  • Computer methods for sampling, reconstruction, display and analysis of retinal whole mounts.  29:529-540. 1989
  • The spatial resolution capacity of human foveal retina.  29:1095-1101. 1989
  • Aging, senile miosis and spatial contrast sensitivity at low luminance.  28:1235-1246. 1988
  • A whole mount method for sequential analysis of photoreceptor and ganglion cell topography in a single retina.  27:9-15. 1987
  • Direction-specific improvement in motion discrimination.  27:953-965. 1987
  • Motion aftereffects associated with pursuit eye movements.  27:529-536. 1987
  • Visual resolution and sensitivity in a nocturnal primate (galago) measured with visual evoked potentials.  27:845-857. 1987
  • Staining of retinal neurons in the isolated eyecup by extracellular horseradish peroxidase injection.  26:269-274. 1986
  • A three channel model of temporal frequency perception.  24:1881-1887. 1984
  • Structural modeling of spatial vision.  24:689-700. 1984
  • Background visibility and increment thresholds.  23:1107-1113. 1983
  • Contrast sensitivity throughout adulthood.  23:689-699. 1983
  • Detection and identification of moving targets.  23:229-238. 1983
  • Functional implications of On-Off response variation in frog retinal ganglion cells.  23:21-32. 1983
  • Changes of visual sensitivity caused by on- and off-transients.  22:879-887. 1982
  • Do preferential looking techniques underestimate infant visual acuity?.  22:1017-1024. 1982
  • Rod-cone interaction on large and small backgrounds.  21:1181-1187. 1981
  • Transient sensitization by a contrast flash.  20:281-288. 1980
  • Rod-cone interaction: Reconciliation with flamant and stiles.  19:695-698. 1979
  • Spatial patterns of rod-cone interaction.  19:775-782. 1979
  • Binocular interaction in the dark.  16:473-476. 1976
  • A technique for recording the electroretinogram (ERG) from chronically implanted electrodes in animals.  14. 1974
  • Cones block signals from rods.  14:285-294. 1974
  • Iodate poisoning: Early effect on regeneration of rhodopsin and the ERG.  13:919-924. 1973
  • Response characteristics of pigeon forebrain cells to visual stimulation.  11:475-478. 1971
  • A transient stiles-crawford effect.  8:1271-1284. 1968