PERCEPTION & COGNITION

  1. Priors, preferences and categorical percepts (with A. Jepson & J. Feldman). To appear in Bayesian Approaches to Perception, D. Knill & W. Richards (Eds.) Cambridge University Press, in press, 1995.
  2. Chaos in percepts? (with H.R. Wilson & M.A. Sommer). Biol. Cybernetics, 70:345-349 (1994).
  3. What makes a good feature? (with A. Jepson). In L. Harris & M. Jenkin (Eds.) Spatial Vision in Humans and Robots, Cambridge University Press (1993). Also MIT Center for Biological Information Processing Paper No. 72, (1992), and MIT AI Memo 1356, (1992).
  4. What is a percept? (with A. Jepson). University of Toronto, Dept. Computer Science, Tech. Report RBCV-TR-93-43 (1993).
  5. From features to perceptual categories (with J. Feldman & A. Jepson). Proc. British Machine Vision Conference, Leeds, September 1992 (1992), pp. 99-108.
  6. Is perception for real? (with J. Feldman & A. Jepson). Proc. Conference on Cognition and Representation, Center for Cognitive Science Report 92-12, SUNY Buffalo, November 1992 (1992), pp. 240-267.
  7. A lattice framework for integrating vision modules (with A. Jepson). IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man, & Cybernetics, 22:1087-1096 (1992).
  8. What is a percept? (with A. Jepson). University of Toronto, Dept. Computer Science, Tech. Report RBCV-TR-93-43 (1993). Also Occasional Paper #43, Center for Cognitive Science, M.I.T., 1991.
  9. Reasoning under uncertainty: Lebesgue logic and order logic (with B. Bennett & D.D. Hoffman). University of California, Irvine, Math. Beh. Sci. Memo MBS 91-08 (1991).
  10. Perceptual organization, figure-ground, attention and saliency (with Brian Subriana-Vilanova). MIT AI Memo 1218 (1991).
  11. Playing twenty questions with nature (with A. Bobick). In Computational Processes in Human Vision: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, Z. Pylyshyn (Ed.), Ablex Publishing, Norwood, N.J. (1988).
  12. Classifying objects from visual information (with A. Bobick). MIT AI Memo 879 (1986).
  13. How to play 20 questions with nature and win. MIT AI Memo 660
  14. Equation counting and the interpretation of sensory data (with J.M. Rubin and D.D. Hoffman). MIT AI Memo 614, and Perception, 11:557-576 (1981).

SHAPE REPRESENTATIONS

  1. Object-based perception of egomotion (with J.M.H. Beusmans). Proc. European Conference on Visual Perception, ECVP '93, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, August, 1994, in press, 1994.
  2. A lattice framework for integrating vision modules (with A. Jepson). IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man, & Cybernetics, 22:1087-1096 (1992).
  3. Curvature and separation discrimination at texture boundaries (with H. Wilson). Jrl. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 9:1653-1661 (1992).
  4. Perceptual organization, figure-ground, attention and saliency (with Brian Subriana-Vilanova). MIT AI Memo 1218 (1991).
  5. Mechanisms of curvature discrimination (with H.R. Wilson). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 6:106-115 (1989).
  6. Visual perception of moving parts (with J. Rubin). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 5:2045-2049 (1988).
  7. Two-dimensional curvature operators (with J.J. Koenderink). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 5:1136-1141 (1988).
  8. Inferring 3D shapes from 2D silhouettes (with Jan J. Koenderink and D.D. Hoffman). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 4:1168-1175 (1987). Also MIT AI Memo 840 (1985).
  9. From Waltz to Winston (with S. Truve). Proc. First Int. Conf. Comp. Vision, June 1987.
  10. ``Seeing'' shapes that are almost totally occluded: a new look at Parks's camel (with S. Shimojo). Perception & Psychophysics, 39(6):418-426 (1986).
  11. Encoding contour shape by curvature extrema (with B. Dawson & D.Whittington). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 3:1483-1491 (1986).
  12. Codon constraints on closed 2D shapes (with D.D. Hoffman). Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing, 31 (3):265-281 (1985). Also in A. Rosenfeld (Ed.), Human and Machine Vision II, Orlando, Fla:Academic Press, pp. 207-223.and MIT AI Memo 769 (1984).
  13. Boundaries of visual motion (with J.M. Rubin). MIT AI Memo 835 (1985).
  14. Parts of recognition (with D.D. Hoffman). Cognition, 18:65-96 (1984). Also in Readings in Computer Vision, M. Fischler and O. Firschien, Morgan, Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1987.
  15. CARTOON: A biologically motivated edge detection algorithm (with H.K. Nishihara & B. Dawson). MIT AI Memo 668 (1982). Also in Natural Computation, W. Richards, MIT Press (1988).
  16. Representing smooth plane curves for recognition: Implications for figure-ground reversal (with D.D. Hoffman). Proc. National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, August 18- 20, 1982, Carnegie-Mellon University-University of Pittsburgh (1982).
  17. Efficient computations and representations of visible surfaces (with K. Stevens). Final Report AFOSR Contract Number 79-0020, December 1979.
  18. The corridor illusion (with J.F. Miller, Jr.). Percept. & Psychophys., 9:421- 423 (1971).
  19. Independence of evoked potentials and apparent size (with D. Regan). Vision Res., 11:679-684 (1971).
  20. Spontaneous fixation tendencies for visual forms (with L. Kaufman). Percept. & Psychophys., 5:85-88 (1969).
  21. ``Center-of-Gravity'' tendencies for fixations and flow patterns (with L. Kaufman). Percept. & Psychophys., 5:81-85 (1969).
  22. Propagation velocity of lateral interaction in the human visual system (with R.A. Smith). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:1469-1472 (1969).
  23. Foveal and parafoveal anisotropies in human receptive field structure (with L.J. Cutrona, Jr.). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:504A (1969).

COLOR VISION

  1. Spectral categorization of materials (with J.M. Rubin). Image Understanding 1985-86, W. Richards & S. Ullman, eds., Ablex Publishing, Norwood, NJ, pp. 20-44 (1987). Also MIT AI Memo 879 (1984)
  2. Color vision: representing material categories (with John M. Rubin). MIT AI Memo 764 (1984).
  3. Color vision and image intensities: when are changes material? (with J. Rubin). Biol. Cyber., 45:215-226 (1982). Also MIT AI Memo 631 (1981).
  4. Equation counting and the interpretation of sensory data (with J.M. Rubin & D.D. Hoffman). MIT AI Memo 614, and Perception, 11:557-576 (1981).
  5. Quantifying sensory channels: generalizing colorimetry to orientation and texture, touch and tones. Sensory Processes, 3:207-229 (1979).
  6. Efficient computations and representations of visible surfaces (with K. Stevens). Final Report AFOSR Contract Number 79-0020, December 1979.
  7. Lessons in constancy from neurophysiology. In: Stability and Constancy in Visual Perception W. Epstein (Ed.), Wiley, New York, 1977.
  8. Mosaic model for color vision. J. Theoretical Biology, 53:177-197 (1975).
  9. Colored filters as factors in improving human visual acuity. Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Report AMRL-Rl-73-100, September 1973.
  10. One-stage model for color conversion. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 62:697-698 (1972).
  11. Model for color conversion (with E.A. Parks). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 61:971-976 (1971).
  12. Chromatic constraints upon Panum's limits. Amer. J. Opt. & Arch. Amer. Acad. Opt., 48:306-311 (1971).
  13. Color shifts following rapid eye movements. J. Exp. Psychol., 84:399-403 (1971).
  14. Saccadic suppression. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:617-623 (1969).
  15. Recovery and spectral sensitivity curves for color-anomalous observers (with S.M. Luria). Vision Res., 8:929-938 (1968).
  16. Differences among color normals; Classes I and II. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 57:1047-1055 (1967).
  17. Interacting spectral sensitivity functions obtained in a contrast situation (with S.M. Luria and H.H. Matteson). Vision Res., 7:629-644 (1967).
  18. Opponent-process solutions for uniform Munsell spacing. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 56:1110-1120 (1966).
  19. Four types of trichomats. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 56:576-1451 (1966).
  20. Color-mixture functions at low luminance levels (with S.M. Luria). Vision Res., 4:281-313 (1964).
  21. Some requirements for a uniform color space. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 55:1581 (1965).
  22. An analysis of 2 and 10 color-matching functions. Bull. Math. Biophysics, 26:9-24 (1964).

BINOCULAR VISION

  1. A correlation between stereo ability and the recovery of structure-from-motion (with H. Lieberman). Amer. Jrl. Optom. Physiol. Optics, 62:111-118(1985).
  2. Structure from stereo and motion. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 2:343-349 (1985). Also MIT AI Memo 731 (1983).
  3. Spatial bandwidth of stereo channels for slant estimated from complex gratings (with J. Foley). J. Opt. Soc. Am., 71:274-279.109(1981).
  4. Effect of vertical disparity upon stereoscopic depth (with R.B. Friedman and M.G Kaye). Vision Res., 18:351-352 (1978).
  5. Binocular depth mixture with non-symmetric disparities (with J.M. Foley). Vision Res., 8:251-256 (1978).
  6. Lessons in constancy from neurophysiology. In: Stability and Constancy in Visual Perception W. Epstein (Ed.), Wiley, New York, 1977.
  7. Stereopsis with and without monocular cues. Vision Res., 17:967-969 (1977).
  8. Selective stereoblindness. In: Spatial Contrast: Report of a Workshop held in Amsterdam, January 4-9, 1976 (Eds. H. Spekreijse & L.H. Van der Tweel), North-Holland, Amsterdam 1977, pp. 109-115.
  9. Stereopsis with large disparities: Discrimination and depth magnitude (with J. Foley and T.H. Applebaum). Vision Res., 15:417-421 (1975).
  10. Visual space perception. In: Handbook of Perception, Vol. V (E.C. Carterette and M.P. Friedman, eds.), Academic Press, pp. 351-386, 1975.
  11. Stereoblindness and fixation disparity. Amer. Acad. Optometry Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 1975.
  12. Effect of directional-flow patterns upon thresholds (with J. Dichgans). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 64:1148-1149 (1974).
  13. Local versus global stereopsis: Two mechanisms? (with M. Kaye). Vision Res., 14:1345-1347 (1974).
  14. Improvement in stereoanomaly with practice (with J. Foley). Amer. J. Opt. & Physiol., 51:935-938 (1974).
  15. Effect of luminance and contrast on processing large disparities (with J. Foley). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 64:1703-1705 (1974).
  16. Factors affecting depth perception. Technical Report No. AFOSR-TR-73-0429, pp. 102, January 1973.
  17. Reversal in stereo discrimination by contrast reversal. Amer. J. Opt. & Arch. Amer. Acad. Opt., 50:853-862 (1973).
  18. A Stereo field map with implications for disparity processing (with D. Regan). Invest. Ophthal., 12:904-909 (1973).
  19. Response functions for sine- and square-wave modulations of disparity. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 62:907-911 (1972).
  20. Disparity masking. Vision Res., 12:1113-1124 (1972).
  21. Disparity processing of spatial frequencies in man (with T. Felton and R. Smith). J. Psysiol. (Lond.), 225:349-362 (1972).
  22. Chromatic constraints upon Panum's limits. Amer. J. Opt. & Arch. Amer. Acad. Opt., 48:306-311 (1971).
  23. Anomalous stereoscopic depth perception. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 61:410-414 (1971).
  24. Interhemispheric processing of binocular disparity (with J.M. Foley). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 61:419-420 (1971).
  25. Independence of Panum's near and far limits. Amer. J. Opt. & Arch. Amer. Acad. Opt., 48:103-109 (1971).
  26. Size distance transformations. In: Zeichenerkennung Durch Biologische und Technische Systeme (O.-J. Grusser and R. Klinke, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 276-287, 1971.
  27. Stereopsis and stereoblindness. Exp. Brain Res., 10:380-388 (1971).
  28. Oculomotor effects upon binocular rivalry. Psychologische Forschung, 33:136-154 (1971).
  29. Convergence as a cue to depth (with J.F. Miller). Percept. & Psychophys., 5:317-320 (1969).
  30. The influence of oculomotor systems on visual perception. Technical Report No. AFOSR- 69-1934TR, July 1969.
  31. The rearrangement of corresponding retinal areas. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:512A (1969).
  32. Spatial remapping in the primate visual system. Kybernetik, 4:146-156 (1968).
  33. Apparent modifiability of receptive fields during accommodation and convergence and a model for size constancy. Neuropsychologia, 5:63-72 (1967).
  34. Size scaling and binocular rivalry. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 57:576 (1967)

MOVEMENT PERCEPTION

  1. Object-based perception of egomotion (with J.M.H. Beusmans). Proc. European Conference on Visual Perception, ECVP '93, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, August 1994, in press, 1994.
  2. A lattice framework for integrating vision modules (with A. Jepson). IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man, & Cybernetics, 22:1087-1096 (1992).
  3. Why is snow so bright? (with J.J. Koenderink). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 9:645-648 (1992).
  4. Visual perception of moving parts (with J. Rubin). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 5:2045-2049 (1988).
  5. Boundaries of visual motion (with J.M. Rubin). MIT AI Memo 835 (1985).
  6. A correlation between stereo ability and the recovery of structure-from-motion (with H. Lieberman). Amer. Jrl. Optom. Physiol. Optics, 62:111-118(1985).
  7. Structure from stereo and motion. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 2:343-349 (1985). Also MIT AI Memo 731 (1983) .
  8. Velocity blindness during shearing motion (with H. Lieberman). Vision Res., 22:97-100 (1982).
  9. Flashback to Maxwell: Flicker matching. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 65:1200A (1975).
  10. Effect of directional flow pattern upson thresholds (with J. Dichgans). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 64:1148-1149 (1974).
  11. A Stereo field map with implications for disparity processing (with D. Regan). Invest. Ophthal., 12:904-909 (1973).
  12. Response functions for sine- and square-wave modulations of disparity. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 62:907-911 (1972).
  13. Impaired motion detection preceding smooth eye movements (with M.J. Steinbach). Vision Res., 12:353-356 (1972).
  14. Size scaling and visual aftereffects (with R.A. Smith). ARVO Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, April 24, 1972.
  15. Motion detection in man and other animals. Brain, Behavior & Evolution, 4:162-181 (1971).
    223:533-534 (1969).
  16. Sensitivity fields for movement. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:1543A (1969).

TEXTURE PERCEPTION

  1. Grouping without prior correspondence. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A., 1(12):1265A (1984).
  2. Spatial bandwidth of stereo channels for slant estimated from complex gratings (with J. Foley). J. Opt. Soc. Am., 71:274-279.109 (1981).
  3. Quantifying sensory channels: Generalizing colorimetry to orientation and texture, touch and tones. Sensory Processes, 3:207-229 (1979).
  4. Efficient computations and representations of visible surfaces (with K. Stevens). Final Report AFOSR Contract Number 79-0020, December 1979.
  5. Experiments in texture perception. Final Report AFOSR Contract F44620-74-C-0076, January 1978.
  6. On random-dot texture discrimination (with S. Purks). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 68:270-271 (1978).
  7. Visual texture discrimination using random dot patterns (with S.Purks). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 67:765-771 (1977).
  8. Texture metamers. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 67:1401A (1977).
  9. Broad band spatial filters in the human visual system (with R.Spitzberg). Vision Res., 15:837-841 (1975).
  10. Texture matching (with A. Polit). Kybernetik, 16:155-162 (1974).
  11. Spatial frequency doubling: retinal or central? (with T. Felton). Vision Res., 13:2129-2137 (1973).
  12. By-passing spatial frequency adaptation (with R. Spitzberg). ARVO Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, May 1973.
  13. Spatial frequency channels: Many of few? (with R. Spitzberg). OSA Fall Meeting, San Francisco, October 18, 1972.

NEUROANATOMY AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

  1. Is hindsight better than blindsight? Behav. and Brain Sci., 6:46l (1983).
  2. An observation about myelination (with R. Kalil and C.L. Moore). Exp. Br. Res., 52 :219-225 (1983).
  3. A non-random process determines the direction of myelin wrapping (with R. Kalil and C.L. Moore). Neuroscience, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1979.
  4. The neuron versus the ensemble: An analysis in depth. NRP Bulletin on "The Visual Field," Dec. 1977.
  5. Selective atrophy in LGND associated with iris coloboma. Am. J. Optom. & Physiol. Optics, 54:43-45 (1977).
  6. Electrophysiological techniques for studying visual function in man (an introduction). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 67:1605-1606 (1977).
  7. Development of myelination in optic tract of the cat (with C.L. Moore, R. Kalil). J. Comp. Neurol., 165:125-136 (1976).
  8. Crosseyed domestic cat: Two anatomical aberrations (with R. Kalil). ARVO Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, May 1976.
  9. Maps and migraines. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 65:1185A (1975).
  10. Dissociation of retinal fibers by degeneration rate (with R. Kalil). Brain Res., 72:288-293 (1974).
  11. Light sensitivity in cortical scotomata contralateral to small islands of blindness (with E. Poppel). Exp. Brain Res., 21:125-130 (1974).
  12. Brightness contrast and evoked potentials (with D. Regan). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 63:606-611 (1973).
  13. Visual processing in scotomata. Exp. Brain Res., 17:333-347 (1973).
  14. The Siamese geniculate: Another look (with R. Kalil). ARVO Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, May 1973.
  15. A Stereo field map with implications for disparity processing (with D. Regan). Invest. Ophthal., 2:904-909 (1973).
  16. The silent brain: Visual processing in scotomata. ARVO, Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, April 24, 1972.
  17. Stereoperimetry: A new technique for analyzing visual function. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 62:715A (1972).
  18. Sensitization in scotomata symmetric with islands of blindness (with E. Poppel). Soc. of Neurosciences Fall Meeting, Houston, Texas, October 9, 1972.
  19. Anomalous stereoscopic depth perception. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 61:410-414 (1971).
  20. The fortification illusions of migraines. Scientific American, 224:88-96 (1971).
  21. Independence of evoked potentials and apparent size (with D. Regan). Vision Res., 11:679-684 (1971).
  22. Anomalous retinal pathways in the Siamese cat: An inadequate substrate for binocular vision (with R. Kalil and S.R. Jhaveri). Science, 174:302-305 (1971).
  23. Stereopsis and stereoblindness. Exp. Brain Res., 10:380-388 (1971).
  24. The midbrain as a site for the motion after-effect (with R.A. Smith). Nature., 223:533-534 (1969).

OCULOMOTOR INFLUENCES ON PERCEPTION

  1. Contrast sensitivity and viewing distance (with R. Hennessy). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 65:97-98 (1975).
  2. Visual space perception. In: Handbook of Perception, Vol. V (E.C. Carterette and M.P. Friedman, eds.), Academic Press, pp. 351-386, 1975.
  3. Stereoblindness and fixation disparity. Amer. Acad. Optometry Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 1975.
  4. Factors affecting depth perception. Technical Report No. AFOSR-TR-73-0429, pp. 102, January 1973.
  5. Effects of voluntary eye movement and convergence on the binocular appreciation of depth (with J.M. Foley). Percept. & Psychophys., 11:423-427 (1972).
  6. Impaired motion detection preceding smooth eye movements (with M.J. Steinbach). Vision Res., 12:353-356 (1972).
  7. Size scaling and visual aftereffects (with R.A. Smith). ARVO Spring Meeting, Sarasota, Florida, April 24, 1972.
  8. Size distance transformations. In: Zeichenerkennung Durch Biologische und Technische Systeme (O.-J. Grusser and R. Klinke, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 276-287, (1971).
  9. Color shifts following rapid eye movements. J. Exp. Psychol., 84:399-403 (1971).
  10. Oculomotor effects upon binocular rivalry. Psychologische Forschung, 33:136-154 (1971).
  11. Spontaneous fixation tendencies for visual forms (with L. Kaufman). Percept. & Psychophys., 5:85-88 (1969).
  12. "Center-of-Gravity'' tendencies for fixations and flow patterns (with L. Kaufman). Percept. & Psychophys., 5:81-85 (1969).
  13. Convergence as a cue to depth (with J.F. Miller). Percept. & Psychophys 5:317-320 (1969).
  14. Saccadic suppression. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:617-623 (1969).
  15. The influence of oculomotor systems on visual perception. Technical Report No. AFOSR- 69-1934TR, July 1969.
  16. The rearrangement of corresponding retinal areas. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:512A (1969).
  17. Spatial remapping in the primate visual system. Kybernetik, 4:146-156 (1968).
  18. Visual suppression during passive eye movement. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 58:1159-1160 (1968).
  19. Enhanced sensitivity associated with saccades. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 58:1559A (1968).
  20. Apparent modifiability of receptive fields during accommodation and convergence and a model for size constancy. Neuropsychologia, 5:63-72 (1967).
  21. Attenuation of pupil response during binocular rivalry. Vision Res., 6:239-240 (1966).

GRAPHICS PSYCHOPHYSICS

  1. Inferring "water" from images (with T.J. Kung). Chapter 16 in Natural Computation, W. Richards (Ed.), M.I.T. Press, 1988.
  2. Recovering material properties from sound (with R. Wildes). Chapter 25 in Natural Computation, W. Richards (Ed.), M.I.T. Press, 1988.
  3. Why does wood look like wood? (with D. Honig). J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A, 2(13):P29 (abstract) (1985).

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Force dynamics of tempo change in music (with D. Epstein & J. Feldman). Music Perception, 10(2):185-204 (1992).
  2. Epilogue: Remembering David Marr. In From the Retina to the Neocortex: Selected Papers of David Marr, L. Vaina (ed.), Birkauser, Boston, 1991, pp. 316-319.
  3. Representations in Mental Models. Report of a meeting held March 12-13 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Representations in Mental Models. Cog. Science, 14: ii-iii (1990).
  4. Vision research for flight simulation. A report on a workshop on simulation of low-level flight. W. Richards and K. Dismukes, eds. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 1982.
  5. Computational algorithms for visual processing (with D.C. Marr). Final Report NSF grant 77-07569-MCS (1981).
  6. A Lightness scale from image intensity distributions. Applied Optics, 21:2569-2582 (1981).
  7. Equation counting and the interpretation of sensory data (with J.M. Rubin and D.D. Hoffman). MIT AI Memo 614, and Perception, 11:557-576 (1981).
  8. Natural computation: Filling a perceptual void. Presented at the 10th Annual Conference on Modelling and Simulation, April 25-27, 1979, University of Pittsburgh. Proceedings, N.G. Vogt & M.H. Mickle, eds., 10:193-200 (1979).
  9. Why rods and cones? Biol. Cybernetics, 33:125-135 (1979).
  10. Maps and migraines. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. , 65:1185A (1975)
  11. Flashback to Maxwell: Flicker matching. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. , 65:1200A (1975).
  12. Time reproductions by H.M. Acta Psychologica, 37:279-282 (1973).
  13. The fortification illusions of migraines. Scientific American., 224:88-96 (1971).
  14. Propagation velocity of lateral interaction in the human visual system (with R.A. Smith). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:1469-1472 (1969).
  15. Foveal and parafoveal anisotropies in human receptive field structure (with L.J. Cutrona, Jr.). J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 59:504A (1969).
  16. Enhanced sensitivity associated with saccades. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 58:1559A (1968).
  17. Illusory reversal of brightness contrast. Percept. & Motor Skills, 27:1169-1170 (1968).
  18. Psycho-metrical numerology. Tech. Engineering News, 48:11-17 (1967).
  19. Attenuation of pupil response during binocular rivalry. Vision Res., 6:239-240 (1966).
  20. Photoreceptor latency, adaptation level, and metacontrast. Biophysics J., 6:127 Abstracts of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society. (1966).
  21. Time estimates measured by reproduction. Percept. & Motor Skills, 18:929-943 (1964).

REVIEWS

  1. Obituary, H.L. Teuber (1916-1977). Vision Res., 18:357-359 (1978).
  2. Foundations of Cyclopean Perception. Bela Julesz. Amer. J. Psychol., 86:667-669 (1973).
  3. Visual Science. John Pierce and John R. Levene, eds. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 62:1240 (1973).
  4. Information Processing Approaches to Visual Perception. Ralph N. Haber, ed. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 60:579 (1971).
  5. Experimental Methods and Instrumentation in Psychology. Joseph Sidowski, ed. J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 56:1789-1790 (1966).