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    • Colour is what the eye sees best 

      Chaparro, Alex; Stromeyer, C.F.; Huang, E.P.; Kronauer, Richard. E.; Eskew, Rhea T. (Nature Publishing Group, 1993-01)
      It has been argued by Watson, Barlow and Robson that the visual stimulus that humans detect best specifies the spatial-temporal structure of the receptive field of the most sensitive visual neurons. To investigate 'what ...
    • Contributions of human long-wave and middle-wave cones to motion detection 

      Stromeyer, C.F.; Kronauer, Richard E.; Ryu, A.; Chaparro, Alex; Eskew, Rhea T. (Wiley-Blackwell, 1995-05)
      1. It has been suggested that motion may be best detected by the luminance mechanism. If this is the most sensitive mechanism, motion thresholds may be used to isolate the luminance mechanism and study its properties. 2. ...
    • Separable red-green and luminance detectors for small flashes 

      Chaparro, Alex; Stromeyer, C.F.; Kronauer, Richard E.; Eskew, Rhea T. (Elsevier Ltd., 1994-03)
      Detection contours were measured in L and M cone contrast coordinates for foveal flashes of 200 msec duration and 2.3, 5, 10 and 15 min arc diameter on a bright yellow field. The test flash consisted of simultaneous ...