1. The impact of brief exposure to high contrast on the contrast response of neurons in primate lateral geniculate nucleus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 106(3):1310 (2011) PMID 21653705

    Prolonged exposure to an effective stimulus generally reduces the sensitivity of neurons early in the visual pathway. Yet eye and head movements bring about frequent changes in the retinal image, and it is less clear that exposure to brief presentations will produce similar desensitization. To a...
  2. The impact of brief exposure to high contrast on the contrast response of neurons in primate lateral geniculate nucleus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 106(3):1310 (2011) PMID 21653705

    Prolonged exposure to an effective stimulus generally reduces the sensitivity of neurons early in the visual pathway. Yet eye and head movements bring about frequent changes in the retinal image, and it is less clear that exposure to brief presentations will produce similar desensitization. To a...
  3. Linear and nonlinear contributions to the visual sensitivity of neurons in primate lateral geniculate nucleus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 104(4):1884 (2010) PMID 20685925

    Several parallel pathways convey retinal signals to the visual cortex of primates. The signals of the parvocellular (P) and magnocellular (M) pathways are well characterized; the properties of other rarely encountered cell types are distinctive in many ways, but it is not clear that they can pro...
  4. Linear and nonlinear contributions to the visual sensitivity of neurons in primate lateral geniculate nucleus.

    Journal of Neurophysiology 104(4):1884 (2010) PMID 20685925

    Several parallel pathways convey retinal signals to the visual cortex of primates. The signals of the parvocellular (P) and magnocellular (M) pathways are well characterized; the properties of other rarely encountered cell types are distinctive in many ways, but it is not clear that they can pro...