(See also Clinical Research Studies)
The neurometabolic underpinnings of fMRI BOLD dynamics. In Advanced Brain Neuroimaging Topics in Health and Disease – Methods and Applications. Editor Papageorgiou TD, Christopoulos GI, Smirnakis SM. Intech Press, Ch 2, 21-47, 2014 (with LT Likova). PDF
Dips and bumps: On Bloch’s law and the Broca-Sulzer phenomenon. Proc Nat Acad Sci. 110:E1330, 2013 (with A Gorea). PDF
Recurrent connectivity can account for the dynamics of disparity processing in V1. J. Neurosci. 33 2934-2946, 2013 (with Samonds JM, Potetz BR, Lee TS). PDF
Analysis of human vergence dynamics. J Vision 12(11) pii: 21, 2012 (with AM Elsaid, LT Likova, N Gill and SC Nicholas). PDF
Estimating neural signal dynamics in the human brain. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 5: 33, 2011 (with LT Likova). PDF
Perceptual coding for 3D reconstruction. EUVIP 2011 10.1109/EuVIP.2011.604553, 2011 (with SC Nicholas). PDF
Neural signal estimation through time-resolved functional imaging. In: Brain Mapping Research Progress, Girard IC, Andre JS (Ed), Nova Scientific Publishers. pp.1-31, 2009 (with LT Likova). PDF
Independent components in stimulus-related BOLD signals and estimation of the underlying neural responses. Brain Research, 1229, 72-89, 2008 (with LL Kontsevich and TC Ferree). PDF
Spectral analysis of fMRI signal and noise. In: Novel Trends in Brain Science. Springer: Tokyo, Japan, 63-76, 2008 (with CC Chen). PDF
Instantaneous stimulus paradigm: Cortical network and dynamics of figure-ground organization. Human Vision and Electronic Imaging, 6492, 2007 (with LT Likova). PDF
Demonstrating the temporal modulation transfer function. Perception. 28:623-6, 1999 (with SM Anstis & LL Kontsevich). PDF
Phototransduction: Modeling the primate cone flash response. Visual Neuroscience 12, 1063-1082, 1995 (with RD Hamer). PDF
Psychophysical derivation of the impulse response through generation of ultrabrief responses: Complex inverse estimation without minimum phase assumptions. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A7, 1025-1040, 1992 PDF
Analysis of visual modulation sensitivity V. Faster response for G than for R cone pathway? J. Opt. Soc. Amer. A9, 1889-1904, 1992 (with RD Hamer). PDF
Analysis of normal flicker sensitivity and its variability in the visuogram test. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 32, 2552-2560, 1991. PDF
Some tacit assumptions in visual psychophysics. In Representations of Vision. Gorea A. (Ed.), University Press: Cambridge, U.K., pp. 251-278, 1991 (Evidence for a hard threshold limiting flicker detection.) PDF
Invariance of temporal sensitivity with nicotine, alcohol and progesterone intake. Clin. Vis. Sci. 6, 323-330, 1991.
Analysis of visual modulation sensitivity. IV. Validity of the Ferry-Porter Law. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A7, 743-758, 1990 (with R.D. Hamer). PDF
Two processes controlling life span variations in flicker sensitivity. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A6, 481-490, 1989. PDF
The full range of human temporal resolution. Proc. S.P.I.E. 1077, 93-107, 1989.
Analysis of visual modulation sensitivity. III. Meridional variations in peripheral flicker sensitivity. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A4, 1612-1619, 1987. PDF
New look at Bloch’s law for contrast. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A3, 52-61, 1986 (with A. Gorea). PDF
Interlacing eliminates CRT perceptible flicker. Information Display 2, 14-18, 1986. PDF
Analysis of visual modulation sensitivity. II. Peripheral retina and the role of photoreceptor dimensions. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A2, 393-398, 1985. PDF
Psychophysical evaluation of the temporal response of the retina in ocular diseases. Eye Science 2, 109-116, 1986 (with W.J.K. Ernst). 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, pp. 199-204, 1980 (with P.A. Apkarian).
Analysis of visual modulation sensitivity: Two components in flicker perception. Vision Res. 15, 843-848, 1975.