Electrophysiology Studies

Self-regulation of seat of attention into various attentional stances facilitates access to cognitive and emotional resources: An EEG study. Frontiers in Psychology, 24 February 2022 (with G Hartelius and LT Likova). PDF

Measurement of saccadic eye movements by electrooculography for simultaneous EEG recording. Behav Res Methods. 51:2139-2151. 2019  (with Y Jia). PDF

Studying the retinal source of photophobia by facial electroretinography. Optom Vision Sci 94:511-518 , 2017 (with LT Likova). PDF

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). PDF

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

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). PDF

Clinical application of temporal modulation sensitivity: age norms from childhood to maturity. Noninvasive Assessment of The Visual System TuC1, 1988. (with M. B. Clarke and N. Hawker). PDF

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 pp. 91-101, 1988 (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) PDF

Two mechanisms revealed by sweep VEP contrast functions in infants.Topical Meeting on Noninvasive Assessment of the Visual System, MB2, 1987. (with A. M. Norcia and R. D. Hamer). PDF

Development of monocular VEP acuities during the first year of life: interocular comparisons and measurement error. Topical Meeting on Noninvasive Assessment of the Visual System MB2, 1986. (with R.D. Hamer and A.M, Norcia). PDF

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 pp. 95-100, 1986 (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). PDF

Electrophysiological assessment of contrast sensitivity in human infants. Topical Meeting on Noninvasive Assessment of Visual Function WB2, 1985. (With A. M. Norcia and D. Allen). PDF

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). PDF

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

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). PDF

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

Properties of localized pattern evoked potentials. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 388, 662-670, 1980 (with P. A. Apkarian). PDF

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 199-204, 1980 (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 human visual evoked potential after short-term occlu­sion and anisometropia. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 16, 1070-1073, 1977 (with M. Kaitz). PDF