Binocularity

(see also StereopsisStereomotionStrabismus, & Stereo Reviews)

Failure of rivalry of low contrast: Evidence of a suprathreshold binocular summation process. Vision Res. 32, 1471-1479, 1992 (with L. Liu, C. Schor). PDF

The autostereogram. Proc. S.P.I.E. 1256, 182-197, 1990 (with M.B. Clarke). PDF

Binocular fusion limits are independent of contrast, luminance gradient and component phases. Vision Res. 29, 821-835, 1989 (with C. Schor, T. Heckmann).

Effects of contrast, orientation and binocularity in the pattern evoked potential. Vision Res. 25, 755-766, 1985 (with P. Apkarian). PDF

Spatial frequency limitations in binocular neurons: VEP evidence. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 610-614, 1982 (with K. Nakayama, P. Apkarian).

Spatio-temporal properties of Panum’s fusional area. Vision Res. 21, 683-692, 1981 (with C. Schor). PDF

Binocularity in the human visual evoked potential: Facilitation, summation and suppression. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol. 51, 32-48, 1981 (with P. Apkarian, K. Nakayama). PDF

Binocular cross-correlation in time and space. Vision Res. 18, 101-105, 1978 (with B. Julesz). PDF

Neurontropy, an entropy-like measure of neural correlation, in binocular fusion and rivalry. Biol. Cybernetics 23, 25-32, 1976 (with B. Julesz).PDF

The neural transfer characteristic (neurontropy) for binocular stochastic stimulation. Biol. Cybernetics 23, 33-37, 1976 (with B. Julesz).

Binocular moire fringes and the vertical horopter. Perception 9, 475-478, 1980. PDF

Observations on binocular spatial frequency reduction in random noise. Perception 4, 305-309, 1975. PDF