Electrophysiology Studies

Temporal dynamics of the human response to symmetry. J Vision 2:132-9, 2002. (with AM Norcia, TR Candy, MW Pettet, VY Vildavski). PDF

Development of contrast sensitivity in the human infant. Vision Res. 30, 1475-1486, 1990 (with A.M. Norcia, R.D. Hamer).

The development of monocular and binocular VEP acuity. Vision Res. 29, 397-408, 1989 (with R.D. Hamer, A.M. Norcia, C. Hsu-Winges).

Measurement of spatial contrast sensitivity with the swept contrast VEP. Vision Res. 29, 627-637, 1989 (with A.M. Norcia, R.D. Hamer, W. Wesemann).

Visual evoked potentials: Isolation of cortical populations narrowly tuned to spatial frequency. In, Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology,Galbraith G.C., Kietzman M.L., Donchin E. (Eds.), Erlbaum: New Jersey, 1988, pp. 91-101 (with K. Nakayama, P. Apkarian, M. Mackeben).

Two mechanisms revealed by sweep VEP contrast functions in infants. OSA Tech. Dig. 87-4, 24-27, 1987 (with R.D. Hamer, A.M. Norcia)

Electrophysiological assessment of contrast sensitivity in human infants. Am. J. Optom. Physiol. Opt. 63, 12-15, 1986.

Plasticity of human acuity development with variations in visual experience. In, Adaptive Processes in Visual and Oculomotor Systems.Keller E.L., Zee D.A. (Eds.), Pergamon: Oxford, 1986, pp. 95-100 (with A.M. Norcia).

Comparative study of electrophysiological and psychophysical measurement of the contrast sensitivity function in humans. Am. J. Optom. Physiol. Opt. 63, 442-449, 1986 (with D. Allen, A.M. Norcia).

Electrophysiological evidence for coarse and fine disparity mechanisms in human. Vision Res. 11, 1603-1611, 1985 (with A.M. Norcia, E.E. Sutter). PDF

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

Infant VEP acuity measurements: Analysis of individual differences and measurement error. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol. 61, 359-369, 1985 (with A.M. Norcia).

Digital filtering and robust regression techniques for estimating sensory thresholds from the evoked potential. IEEE Trans. Eng. Med. Bio.4(4), 26-32, 1985 (with A.M. Norcia, M.B. Clarke). PDF

Spatial frequency sweep VEP: Visual acuity during the first year of life. Vision Res. 25, 1399-1408, 1985 (with A.M. Norcia). PDF

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

Assessment of visual function in infants by evoked potentials. Devel. Med. & Child Neurol. 24, 853-856, 1982.

Properties of localized pattern evoked potentials. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 388, 662-670, 1982 (with P. Apkarian).

VEP assessment of visual function. Vision Res. 21, 607-609, 1981 (with P. Apkarian, K. Nakayama, D.M. Levi). 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 facilitation in the visual evoked potential of strabismic amblyopes. Am. J. Optom. 58, 820-830, 1981 (with D. Levi, P. Apkarian).

Binocular facilitation in the VEP of normal observers and strabismic amblyopes. Doc. Ophthal. Proc. 27, 323-335, 1981 (with P. Apkarian).

High temporal frequency visual evoked potentials to luminance and pattern stimulation in the peripheral retina. In Proc. Int. Evoked Potentials Symposium. Barber C. (Ed.), MTP Press: Lancaster, 1980, pp. 199-204 (with P.A. Apkarian).

Rapid assessment of visual function: An electronic sweep technique for the pattern VEP. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 18, 703-713, 1979 (with K. Nakayama, P.A. Apkarian, D.M. Levi). PDF

Multiple spatial frequency tuning of electrical responses from human visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 33, 535-550, 1978 (with P. Apkarian, K. Nakayama). PDF

Movement adaptation in the visual evoked response. Exp. Brain Res. 27, 203-209, 1977 (with M. Kaitz). PDF

Binocular interactions in the visual evoked potential after short-term occlusion and anisometropia. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 16, 1070-1073, 1977 (with M. Kaitz). PDF