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2015

293. Up-regulation of central catecholamines preserve ocular motor function in exercise fatigue. Connell C., Thompson B., Hess R. F., Gustav Kuhn and Nicholas Gant. Neuroscience 2015, Chicago, 2015-10-17

292. A new approach to treating amblyopia. Hess R.F. 3rd WSPOS congress, Barcelona, 2015-09-04

291. Restoring visual function in amblyopic adults. Hess R.F. Fourth Lasker/IRRF Initiative for Innovation in Vision Science, Woodshole, 2015-08-09

290. Afresh look at treating amblyopia. Hess R.F. Vision China 2015, Chengdu, 2015-08-01

289. Modulating ocular dominance in the adult in real time. Hess R. F., Zhou J. and Reynaud A. The 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society , Tampa, 2015-05-15

288. Rejecting probability summation for RF patterns, not so Quick! Baldwin, A. S., Schmidtmann, G., Kingdom , F. A. and Hess R. F. The 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Tampa, 2015-05-15

287. Dipper functions for second-order modulation of contrast, orientation, and motion. Gao, Y., Baldwin, A. S. and Hess, R. F. The 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Tampa, 2015-05-15, Tampa, 2015-05-15

286. Short-term ocular dominance changes in human V1. Chadnova E., Reynaud A., Clavagnier S., Baillet S., and Hess R. F. The 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Tampa, 2015-05-15

285. Dichoptic Movie Treatment of Childhood Amblyopia. Li S. L., Reynaud A., Hess R. F., Wang Y., Jost R. M., Morale S. E., De La Cruz, A. Dao, L. Stager Jr, and D. Birch E. E. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Denver, 2015-05-02

284. Short-term monocular patching boosts the cortical response to the patched eye. Zhou, J., Baker, D. H., Simard, M., Saint-Amour, D. &. Hess, R. F. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Denver, 2015-05-02

283. The relationship between fusion, suppression and diplopia in amblyopia. Spiegel, D. P., Baldwin, A. S., Georgeson, M. A. and Hess, R. F. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Denver, 2015-05-02

282. Binocular Movie Treatment of Amblyopia ImprovesVisual Acuity in Children. Li S. L., Reynaud A., Hess R. F., Wang Y., Jost R. M., Morale S. E., De La Cruz, A. Dao, L. Stager Jr and D. Birch, E. E. AAPOS, New Orleans, 2015-03-25


2014

281. A new treatment for amblyopia. Hess R. F. Southern Regional Congress of the Australian Optometric Association. Melbourne, Australia, March 1-4, 2014.

280. Binocular combination of second-order stimuli in normals and amblyopes. Jiawei Zhou, Rong Liu, Yifeng Zhou and Robert F. Hess ARVO Orlando, Fl May 4-8, 2014

279. A new approach to vision therapy. Hess R F Invited symposium. ARVO Orlando, Fl May 4-8, 2014

278. An effective treatment for amblyopia in adults, Hess R. F. ATRA meeting Harvard USA, July 22 2014

277. Investigating the shape of the contrast sensitivity function using white, bandpass, and contrast jitter noise. Baldwin, A. S. and Hess, R. F. VSS St Petersburg, Fl May 16-21, 2014

276. A unified framework and normative dataset for second-order sensitivity using the quick Contrast Sensitivity Function (qCSF). Reynaud, A., Tang, Y, Zhou, Y, Hess, R. F. VSS St Petersburg, Fl May 16-21, 2014

275. Dynamics of dichoptic masking in the primary visual cortex. Chadnova,E, Reynaud, A, Clavagnier, S, Baker, D. H, Baillet, S, Hess, R. F. 2014 Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting. July 26, 2014- July 31, 2014 Quebec city

274. Monocular luminance reduction decreases dichoptic processing in primary visual cortex. Chadnova,E, Reynaud, A, Clavagnier, S, Baker, D. H, Hess, R. F, Baillet, S. The 19th International Conference on Biomagnetism. August 24-August 28, 201 Halifax, Canada

273. Is the Cortical Magnification reduced for the amblyopic eye? Clavagnier, S., Dumoulin, S. O., and Hess, R. F. VSS St Petersburg, Fl May16-21, 2014

272. fMRI adaptation of color and achromatic contrast in the human LGN and visual cortex: evidence for color and luminance selectivity Chang, D. H. F, Hess, R. F, Thompson, B, Mullen, K. T.. VSS St Petersburg, Fl May16-21, 2014


2013

271. Spiegel, D. P., Li, J., Hess, R. F., Byblow, W. D., To, L., Cooperstock, J., Yu, M. and Thompson, B. Anodal tDCS enhances the effect of binocular therapy on stereopsis in adults with amblyopia. ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)

270. Li, J., Yu, M., Thompson, B. and Hess, R. F. Do Bangerter filters promote binocular function in amblyopes? ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)

269. Li, J., Yu, M., Chen, L., Thompson, B. and Hess, R. F. Dichoptic perceptual learning induces visual plasticity in adult amblyopes. ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)

268. Thompson, B., Maehara, G., Farivar, R., Mansouri, B., Clavagnier, S. R. & Hess, R. F. Interocular suppression in the visual cortex of adults with strabismic amblyopia: an fMRI study. ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)

267. Hess, R. F., Witz, N. Mechanisms underlying global stereopsis in fovea and periphery. ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09, 2013. (Submitted)

266. Reynaud, A., Zhou, J. and Hess, R. F. Uniocular changes in mean luminance affect stereo. VSS Naples, Florida, 2013.

265. Zhou, J. and Hess, R. F. Modulating sensory dominance. VSS Naples, Florida, 2013.

264. Zhou, J. and Hess, R. F. Are we occluding the wrong eye in amblyopia? ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)

263. Babu, R. J., Clavagnier, S. R., Bobier, W., Thompson, B. and Hess, R. F. A method for measuring suppression scotomata: a strabismic and non-strabismic comparison. ARVO Seattle, Washington, May 05-09 2013. (Submitted)


2012

262. Hess, R. F., Huang, P-C. Properties of suppression. ARVO Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 3-10 2012.

261. Huang, P-C., Li, J., Deng, D., Yu, M., & Hess, R. F. Synchrony in amblyopia. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Incheon, Korea, July 13-15 2012.

260. Clavagnier, S. R., Thompson, B. and Hess, R. F. Long lasting contrast sensitivity improvement after daily cTBS sessions in adults with amblyopia. VSS Naples, Florida, May 11-16 2012.

259. Reynaud, A. and Hess, R. F. Channels underlying texture discrimination. VSS Naples, Florida, May 11-16 2012.

258. Spiegel, D. P., Hess, R. F., Byblow, W. D. and Thompson, B. Transcranial direct current stimulation of the visual cortex in adults with amblyopia. VSS Naples, Florida, May 11-16 2012.

257. Hess, R. F. A binocular approach to amblyopia therapy. World Congress of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Milan, Italy, Sept. 8 2012.


2011

256. Maehara, G., Hess, R. F. and Georgeson, M. Direction discrimination thresholds in monocular, binocular and dichoptic viewing: motion opponency and contrast gain control. SVV Naples, Florida, May 2011.

255. Farivar-Mohseni, R., Hansen, B., Clavagnier, S. R. and Hess, R. F. What does the cortex really care about, frequencies or features. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, Nov. 2011.

254. Hess, R. F. and Thompson, B. A new binocular treatment for amblyopia. AAPOS Workshop San Diego, California, Feb. 2011.

253. Thompson, B. and Hess, R. F. Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the amblyopic visual cortex. AAPOS Workshop, San Diego, California, Feb. 2011.

252. Hess, R. F. Visual plasticity in the adult; supernormal and subnormal vision. Plastic Brain Conference, York University, June 14-18 2011.

251. Baker, D., Hess, R. F. and Meese, T. How much of noise masking derives from noise? European Conference on Visual Perception, Toulouse, France, Aug. 2011.


2010

250. Meso, A. I. & Hess, R. F., Visual motion gradient sensitivity reveals integration properties of global motion perception. Australian Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting Proceedings, Feb. 2010.

249. Meso, A. I., & Hess, R. F., Comparing properties of the spatial integration of local signals into perceived global structure. VSS, May 2010.

248. Hess, R. F., Mansouri, B. & Thompson, B. A new binocular approach to the treatment of amblyopia in adults well beyond the critical period of visual development. XIX Biennial Meeting of the Internatioal Society for Eye Research, Montreal, Canada, Jul. 18-23 2010.

247. Thompson, B., Mansouri, B., Koski, L., Goodman, L., Clavagnier, S. R. & Hess, R. F. Non-invasive transcranial stimulation of the amblyopic visual cortex. XIX Biennial Meeting of the Internatioal Society for Eye Research, Montreal, Canada, Jul. 18-23 2010.

246. Clavagnier, S. R., Thompson, B. & Hess, R. F. Restoring plasticity in the human amblyopic cortex: effect of Theta bursts. 33th European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland, Aug. 22-26 2010. Perception 39.

245. Hess, R. F. & Zaharia, G. A. Light stops play; motion at low luminances. 33th European Conference on Visual Perception, Lausanne, Switzerland, Aug. 22-26 2010.

244. Huang, P-C., Maehara, G. & Hess, R. F. A role for spatial alignments in early vision. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Rochester, New York, Oct. 22-24 2010.

243. Husk, J. S., Farivar-Mohseni, R. & Hess, R. F. Amblyopic deficits in structure-from-motion processing. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Rochester, New York, Oct. 22-24 2010.

242. Meso, A. I. & Hess, R. F. Visual detection of orientation modulators suggests limitations to scale invariance of second order mechanisms. Optical Society of America Fall Vision Meeting, Rochester, New York, Oct. 22-24 2010.

241. Hess, R. F., Thompson, B., Gole, G. & Mullen, K. T. The amblyopic deficit and its relationship to geniculo-cortical processing streams. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 13-17 2010.

240. Villeneuve, M., Thompson, B., Hess, R. F. & Casanova, C. Pattern motion selectivity in areas MT and MST of the human extrastriate visual cortex. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 13-17 2010.

239. Thompson, B., Villeneuve, M., Casanova, C. and Hess, R. F. Pattern motion responses in the visual cortex of humans with amblyopia. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 13-17 2010.

238. Dumoulin, S. Hess, R. F. & Harvey, B. M. Measuring contour integration mechanisms using fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 13-17 2010.

237. Hess, R. F. A new binocular treatment for amblyopia. 1st City University Symposium on Amblyopia, City University, London, UK, Sept. 28 2010. (Invited Talk)

236. Hess, R. F. New treatment options for strabismic and anisometropic amblyopia. 4th Martin Steinbeck Lecture, Dept. Ophthalmology, University of Toronto, Canada, Nov. 5 2010. (Invited Talk)


2009

235. Maehara, G., Thompson, B., Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. The roles of contrast and luminance in amblyopic suppression. VSS Naples, Florida, May 8-13 2009.

234. Richard, A., Thompson, B., Hess, R. F., Aaen-Stockdale, C. R. & Pack, C. C. Motion direction discrimination in strabismic amblyopia: effects of stimulus contrast and size. VSS Naples, Florida, May 8-13 2009.

233. Hess, R. F., Thompson, B., Li, X. & Hansen, B. Mapping spatial frequency across the amblyopic cortex. VSS Naples, Florida, May 8-13 2009.

232. Hess, R. F. Thompson, B., Gole, G. & Mullen, K. T. Anomalous cellular responses from the LGN in humans with amblyopia. CBBCS Meeting, York, UK, July 2009.

231. Hansen, B. Thompson, B., Hess, R. F. & Ellemberg, D. Reverse correlation between the N170 and fractal noise yields human faces: a time-frequency spectrum analysis. VSS Naples, Florida, May 8-13 2009.

230. May, K. and Hess, R. F. Implementing curve detectors for contour integration. AVA Meeting, University of Bradford, UK, Dec. 14 2009.


2008

229. Aaen-Stockdale, C. R. & Hess, R. F. Spatial scale invariance of the amblyopic global motion deficit. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008. Journal of Vision 8(6):21, 21a.

228. Aaen-Stockdale, C. R., Thompson, B., Huang, P-C. & Hess, R. F. A low-level explanation of paradoxical motion percepts. OSA Fall Vision Meeting, 2008. Journal of Vision.

227. Aaen-Stockdale, C. R., Thompson, B., Koski, L. & Hess, R. F. Repetitive TMS reveals a double dissociation between V1 and V5 in the perception of pattern motion. Soc. Neuroscience, Washington D.C., 2008

226. Hansen, B. C. & Hess, R. F. Local orientation and texture fixation statistics during free-viewing of natural scene images following brief adaptation. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

225. Hess, R., Mullen, K. T., Thompson, B. & Gole, G. LGN abnormalities in human amblyopes revealed by high-field fMRI. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

224. Hess, R. F., Thompson, B., Gole, G. & Mullen, K. T. The LGN deficit in amblyopia is selective for parvocellular function. Soc. Neuroscience, Washington D.C., 2008.

223. Huang, P-C. & Hess, R. F. Dynamics of collinear facilitation: fast yet sustained. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

222. Maehara, G., Huang P-C. & Hess, R. F. The importance of static phase-aligned, high spatial frequency components for continuous flash suppression. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

221. Maehara, G., Huang, P-C., & Hess, R. F. The effect of flankers on TvC functions in binocular, monocular, and dichoptic presentations. OSA Fall Vision Meeting, 2008. Journal of Vision.

220. Mansouri, B., Thompson, B. & Hess, R. F. Intact binocular interaction in amblyopia: a new gateway to treatment of amblyopia. ARVO Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 27-May 1 2008.

219. Mansouri, B., Thompson, B. & Hess, R. F. Improvements in binocular vision following a new binocularly-based treatment for amblyopia. Soc. Neuroscience, Washington D.C., 2008.

218. May, K. & Hess, R. F. Testing filter-overlap models of contour integration. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

217. Mullen, K. T., Thompson, B. & Hess, R. F. Response of the human LGN to different temporal frequencies for achromatic, L/M opponent and S-cone opponent stimuli measured with high field fMRI. VSS Naples, Florida, May 9-14 2008.

216. Thompson, B., Mansouri, B., Koski, L. & Hess, R. F. rTMS: A new treatment possibility for amblyopia. ARVO Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 27-May 1 2008.

215. Thompson, B., Mansouri, B., Koski, L. & Hess, R. F. rTMS over visual cortex can improve contrast detection in amblyopia. Soc. Neuroscience, Washington D.C., 2008.


2007

214. Aaen-Stockdale, C. R., Hess, R. F., & Ledgeway, T. Second-order optic flow processing in amblyopia [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 7(9):394a, 2007. doi:10.1167/7.9.393. (PDF)

213. Hess, R. F., & Aaen-Stockdale, C. R. Global motion: effects of spatial scale and eccentricity [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 7(9):394a, 2007. doi:10.1167/7.9.394. (PDF)

212. Hess, R. F., Thompson, B., Hansen, B. C. and Troje, N. F. Peripheral vision; good for biological motion, bad for signal/noise segregation. Perception, 36, ECVP Abstract Supplement, 2007.

211. Huang, P-C., & Hess, R. F. Collinear facilitation: effects of additive and multiplicative visual noise. Journal of Vision, 7(9):250a, 2007.

210. Mansouri, B., Thompson, B., Ledgeway, T. & Hess, R. F. Dichoptic motion integation in amblyopia. 37th Soc. Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 3-7 2007.

209. Thompson, B., Hansen, B. C., Stockdale, C. R. and Hess, R. F. Current directions in amblyopia research. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, Canadian Ophthalmological Society and Affiliated Societies Conference Proceedings, 2007. (Abstract in Press)

208. Thompson, B., Hansen, B. C., Hess, R. F. and Troje, N. F. Amblyopic perception of biological motion. Journal of Vision, 7(9), 485-485, VSS Conference Proceedings, 2007.

207. Thompson, B., Fariva, R. & Hess, R. F. Binocular suppression in amblyopia. 37th Soc. Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, California, Nov. 3-7 2007.


2006

206. Barnes, G., Dumoulin, S. & Hess, R. F. The structural deficit in amblyopia. Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, 2007.

205. Barnes, G. R., Singh, K. D., Li, X., Dumonlin, S. O. & Hess, R. F. The deficit in humans with amblyopia: structure vs. function. 12th Annual Meeting of Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, June 11-15 2006. Poster No. 422 T-PM.

204. Hansen, B. C. & Hess, R. F. Contour sparseness and the interactions in the visual processing of local phase alignment of natural scene contours. Abstract #568a, VSS Sarasota, Florida, 2006.

203. Hansen, B. C. & Hess, R. F. Local moment, orientation, contour and texture fixation statistics following brief adaptation or during free-viewing of natural scene images [Poster]. Sensory Coding and the Natural Environment Biannual Meeting, Gordon Research Conferences, Big Sky, Montana, Aug. 2006.

202. Hess, R. F. The cortical abnormaility in amblyopia [Keynote Address]. Queensland Vision Congress, Cairns, Australia, April 2006.

201. Hess, R. F. The positional deficit in strabismic amblyopia [Invited Lecture]. Queensland Vision Congress, Cairns, Australia, April 2006.

200. Hess, R. F. & Hansen, B. How important is spatial phase in texture and contour integration? Abstract #214a, VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 5-10, 2006.

199. Huang, P-C., Mullen, K. T. & Hess, R. F. Flank facilitation for chromatic stimuli. Abstract #223a, VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 5-10, 2006.

198. Li, X-F., Dumoulin, S. O., Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. The fidelity of the retinotopic cortical map in amblyopia measured with BOLD-fMRI. Abstract #648a, VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 5-10 2006.

197. Li, X-F. & Hess, R. F. Receptive Fields difference in normal and amblyopia subjects. 12th Annual Meeting of Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, June 11-15 2006.

196. Li, X-F., Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. Spatial frequency-dependence of the cortical deficit in human amblyopia. 36th Soc. Neuroscience Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct. 12-16 2006.

195. Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. Signal segregation not noise integration is abnormal in amblyopia. ARVO Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2006.

194. Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. A disrupted retinotopic map in amblyopia. Abstract #649, VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 5-10 2006.

193. Farivar, R., Mansouri, B., Li, X-F. & Hess, R. F. Within-voxel variability of the hemodynamic response function of early visual areas in amblyopes. 36th Soc. Neuroscience Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct. 12-16 2006.

192. May, K. and Hess, R. F. Snakes are as fast as ladders: evidence against the hypothesis that contrast facilitation mediates contour detection. Abstract #443, VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 5-10 2006.


2005

191. Dumoulin, S. O., Mullen, K. T., McMahon, K. L., Bryant, M., de Zubicaray, G. I. & Hess, R. F. A comparison of the BOLD fMRI response to achromatic, L/M opponent and S-cone opponent cardinal stimuli in human visual cortex: II. chromatic vs achromatic stimuli. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 6-11 2005.

190. Dumoulin, S. O., Barnes, G. R., Logan, N. & Hess, R. F. Binocular rivalry and clinical suppression assessed with MEG. 28th European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna, Spain, Aug. 22-26 2005. Perception (Supplement), 34, 188.

189. Hansen, B. C. & Hess, R. F. Local amplitude spectrum slope discrimination in the fovea and parafovea and its relationship to natural scene region segmentation. CVR 2005 Int. Vision Conference on Computational Vision in Neural and Machine Systems, York University, Toronto, Canada, June 15-18 2005.

188. Hansen, B. C. & Hess, R. F. Contour processing and the local cross-scale spatial phase alignment of natural scene images. ECVP Conference, A Coruna, Spain, Aug. 22-26 2005. Perception (Supplement), 34, 106.

187. Hess, R. F., Wang, Y-Z. & Liu, C. H. Accessibility of spatial channels. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 6-11 2005.

186. Huang, P-C., Hess, R. F. & Kingdom, F. A. A. Labelled lines for phase? VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 6-11 2005.

185. Li, X. F., Dumoulin, S. O., Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. Regions of spared cortical function in human amblyopia. Program No. 978.3. Soc. for Neuroscience, Washington D. C., 2005.

184. Mansouri, B. & Hess, R. F. Amblyopic suppression: all-or-none or graded? 28th European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna, Spain, Aug. 22-26 2005. Perception (Supplement), 34, 30.

183. Mullen, K. T., Dumoulin, S. O., McMahon, K. L., Bryant, M., de Zubicaray, G. I. & Hess, R. F. A comparison of the BOLD fMRI response to achromatic, L/M opponent and S-cone opponent cardinal stimuli in human visual cortex I. Perceptually matched vs contrast matched stimuli. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 6-11 2005.

182. Mullen, K. T., Dumoulin, S. O., McMahon, K. L., Bryant, M., de Zubicaray, G. I. & Hess, R. F. The fMRI response of the LGN and V1 to cardinal red-green, blue-yellow, and achromatic visual stimuli. 28th European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna, Spain, Aug. 22-26 2005. Perception (Supplement), 34, 27.


2004

181. Wallace, K. M., Schmid, K. L., Brinkworth, D. R., Hess, R. F., Dumoulin, S. Eye growth responses in chick are dependent on the spatial order of visual information. Proceedings of Vision Down Under, XVI ICER Satellite Meeting on the Eye and Brain, 2004: 39.

180. Meese, T. S., Georgeson, M. A., & Hess, R. F. Binocular summation, interocular suppression and contrast gain control: psychophysical model and data. Perception, 2004. 33-supp, 41.

179. Dumoulin, S. O., Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. Cortical responses to contours, texture and sparseness: an fMRI investigation. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

178. Ellemberg, D., Hess, R. F. & Allen, H. A. Evidence for spatial frequency and orientation labelled detectors in second-order visual processing. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

177. Huang, P-C., Hess, R. F. & Dakin S. C. Different sites for lateral facilitation and contour integration. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

176. Hess, R. F. & Ledgeway, T. L. A second look at 2nd order linking. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

175. Mansouri, B., Allen, H. A., Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. Can amblyopes integrate second-order orientation information? ARVO Meeting Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 23-30 2004.

174. Mansouri, B., Allen, H. A., Hess, R. F. Orientation variance discrimination in amblyopic and normal vision. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

173. Watson, R. & Hess, R. F. Spatial summation depends on spatial scale. VSS Sarasota, Florida, April 30-May 5 2004.

172. Ehrt, O. & Hess R. F. Contour interaction and contrast masking in amblyopia. ARVO Meeting Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 23-30 2004.


2003

171. Allen, H. A., Hess, R. F. & Ledgeway, T. Discriminating the direction of randomly positioned contrast-defined motion. Abstract #SU57, p. 151. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

170. Ellemberg, D., Allen, H. A. & Hess, R. F. Spatial lateral interactions operate over shorter distances for second-order compared to first-order mechanisms. Abstract #MO5, p. 172. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

169. Hess, R. F., Allen, H. A., Sebbag, S. & Dakin, S. C. The site of orientation integration. Abstract #SA116, p. 130. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

168. Ledgeway, T. & Hess, R. F. The spatial properties of motion-defned contours? Abstract #TU46, p. 216. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

167. Mansouri, B., Hess, R. F., Allen, H. A. & Sebbag, S. The site of orientation integration. ARVO Meeeting Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2003.

166. Mansouri, B., Hess, R. F., Allen, H. A., Sebbag, S. & Dakin, S. C. The site orientation integration. Abstract #SA 116, p. 130. VSS Saratosa, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

165. Wang, Y-Z. & Hess, R. F. Integration of local orientational and positional contour features in shape discrimination. Abstract #MO50, p. 183. VSS Sarasota, Florida, May 9-14 2003.

164. Wang, Y-Z. and Hess, R. F. Contributions of local orientational and positional contour features to shape discrimination. Annual Meeting of Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2003.

163. Schmid, K. L., Wallace, K. M., Brinkworth, D. R., Hess, R. F. The contrast threshold required to prevent deprivation myopia in chick. Proc of the 10th Scientific Meeting in Optometry, p44, 2003.


2002

162. Achtman, R. L., Hess, R. F. & Wang, Y-Z. Sensitivity for global form detection. ECVP Meeting Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. 2002. Perception (Supplement), 13, p. 153a.

161. Beaudot, W. H. A., Hess, R. F. & Mullen, K. T. Psychophysical evidence of cortical dynamics in contour integration. 25th European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. 25-29 2002. Perception (Supplement), 13, p. 153b.

160. Dumoulin, S. O., Baker, C. L., Hess, R. F. & Evans, A. C. Cortical specialization for processing first- and second-order motion in parietal and occipital lobe: an fMRI study. Abstract No. 219.1. Soc. Neurosci., Orlando, Florida, Nov. 2-7 2002.

159. Allen, H. A., Hess, R. F., Dakin, S. C. & Mansouri, B. Spatial integration of second-order orientation. Journal of Vision, 2(7), Abstract 223.

158. Ehrt, O., Williams, C. B. & Hess, R. F. Detection- and discrimination thresholds for Landolt C in contour interaction. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., ARVO Meeting, 2002.

157. Hess, R. F. & Ledgeway, T. Direction- and speed-defined spatial contours: one mechanism of two? Journal of Vision, 2(7), Abstract 121.

156. Ledgeway, T., Hess, R. F. & McGraw, P. V. Masking effects between local first-order and second-order motions in the extraction of global-motion direction depend critically on stimulus visibility. 25th European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. 25-29 2002. Perception (Supplement), 13, p.99c.

155. Mansouri, B., Allen, H. A., Ehrt, O., Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. Amblyopes can combine orientation across space. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., ARVO Meeting, 2002.

154. Achtman, R. L., Hess, R. F., Wang, Y-Z. Sensitivity for global shape detection. 25th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. 2002. Perception (Supplement), 31, 153.

153. Ledgeway, T., Hess, R. F. & McGraw, P. V. Masking effects between local first-order and second-order motions in the extraction of global motion direction depend critically on stimulus visibility. Perception (Supplement), 31, 99-100.


2001

152. Meese, T. S., Hess, R. F. & Williams, C. B. Spatial coherence does not affect contrast discrimination for multiple Gabor stimuli. Perception (Supplement), 30, 90, 2001.

151. Schmid K. L., Hamlin, A., Hess, R. F., Field, D. J. The effect of noise targets with differing spatial frequency amplitude spectra on emmetropization in chicks. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S58, 2001.

150. Achtman, R. L., Dumoulin, S. O., Ledgeway, T. & Hess, R. F. fMRI activation of striate and extra-striate areas by circumferential gratings and phase-scrambled patterns of varying contrast. Abstract #2195. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S407, 2001.

149. Dumoulin, S. O., Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. fMRI responses to first and second-order motion. Abstract #1735. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S322, 2001.

148. Hess, R. F. & Ledgeway, T. An association field for motion-defined contours. Abstract #2772. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S515, 2001.

147. Ledgeway, T. & Hess, R. F. Why is direction identification impoverished for briefly presented 2nd-order motion stimuli? Abstract #2854. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S532, 2001.

146. Rainville, S. J. M., Scott-Samuel, N. E., Makous, W. L. & Hess, R. F. The spatial properties of opponent-motion energy normalization. Abstract #4670. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S870, 2001.

145. Schmid, K. L., Hamlin, A., Hess, R. F. & Field, D. J. The effect of noise targets with differing spatial frequency amplitude spectra on emmetropization in chicks. Abstract #323. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S58, 2001.

144. Scott-Samuel, N. E., Rainville, S. J. M., Hess, R. F. & Makous, W. l. Opponent motion energy sation: area is the determining factor. Perception (Supplement), 30, 35, 2001.

143. Williams, C. B. & Hess, R. F. Contour interaction below the acuity limit. Abstract #3284. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 42(4):S611, 2001.


2000

142. Achtman, R. L., Dumoulin, S. O., Barnes, G. R. & Hess, R. F. Dissociation of task-related vs. stimuli-related cortical activation: an fMRI study of visual contours. 4th Ann. Vis. Res. Conference: Functional Brain Imaging in Vision, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 28-29 2000.

141. Achtman, R. L., Dumoulin, S. O. & Hess, R. F. Are separate cortical areas involved in global shape detection? An fMRI study. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 41(4):S216, 2000.

140. Barnes, G. R., Beaudot, W. H. A., Achtman, R. L., Dumoulin, S. O., Holliday, I. E., Hillebrand, A., Hess, R. F. A combined magnetoencephalographic (MEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) investigation of visual contour integration. 4th Ann. Vis. Res. Conference: Functional Brain Imaging in Vision, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 28-29 2000.

139. Barnes, G. R., Dumoulin, S. O., Achtman, R. A., Beaudot, W. H. A. & Hess, R. F. An fMRI investigation of contour integration. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 41(4):S443, 2000.

138. Beaudot, W. H. A., Hess, R. F. & Mullen, K. T. Dynamics of contour integration. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 41(4):S441, 2000.

137. Dumoulin, S. O., Hess, R. F., Barnes, G. R., Achtman, R. L. & Pike, G. B. The nature and site of the fMRI deficit in strabismic amblyopia. 4th Ann. Vis. Res. Conference: Functional Brain Imaging in Vision, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 28-29 2000.

136. Dumoulin, S. O., Baker, Jr., C. L. & Hess, R. F. A centrifugal bias for second-order but not first-order motion. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 41(4):S795, 2000.

135. Dumoulin, S. O., Hoge, R. D., Achtman, R. L., Baker, Jr., C. L., Hess, R. F. & Evans, A. C. Volumeetric retinotopic mapping without cortical surface reconstruction. 6th Ann. Mtg. Human Brain Mapping Conference, San Antonio, Texas, June 12-16 2000.

134. Scott-Samuel, N. E. & Hess, R. F. Orientation sensitivity of short-range and long-range motion processing. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 41(4):S231, 2000.

133. Hess, R. F. & Ledgeway, T. No 2nd order input to global operations in vision. Canadian BBS and British EPS Meeting, Cambridge, UK, July 19-23 2000.

132. Meese, T. S., Holmes, D. J., Williams, C. and Hess, R. F. Contrast discrimination and summation. Perception, 29, 121, 2000.


1999

131. Williams, C. W. and Hess, R. F. Orientation tuning estimated in the absence of off-frequency looking. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps42, 1999.

130. Gingra, G., Mitchell, D. E. and Hess, R. F. The spatial localization deficit in visually deprived kittens. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps54, 1999.

129. Achtman, R., Hess, R. F. and Wang, Y-Z. 2nd order shape: effect of carrier orientation. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40:(4), ps351, 1999.

128. Ziegler, L. Hess, R. F. and Kingdom, F. A. A. The relationship between luminance spatial frequency and Dmax for shape-fron-stereo. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps420, 1999.

127. Dumoulin, S. O., Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. Motion mechanisms in the periphery assessed with limited-lifetimes random Gabor patterns. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps424, 1999.

126. Ledgeway, T. and Hess, R. F. Multi-channel second-order motion. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps425, 1999.

125. Barnes, G. R., Hess, R. F., Petre, V., Dumoulin, S. O., Hoge, R. and Evans, A. fMRI responses to sinusoidal grating stimuli in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps644, 1999.

124. Hess, R. F. and Dakin, S. C. Foveal contour interaction: physics or physiology. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps809, 1999.

123. Wang, Y-Z., Hess, R. F. and Dakin, S. C. Shape discrimination; sides or corners? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 40(4), ps811, 1999.


1998

122. Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. The spatial frequency tuning of contour integration. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS206, 1998.

121. Demanins, R. & Hess, R. F. Deficits for orientation discrimination in strabismic amblyopia. Soc. Neuroscience Abstr., 1998.

120. Demanins, R., Wang, Y-Z. & Hess, R. F. Relative contribution of under- and irregular sampling in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS329, 1998.

119. Hess, R. F. & Dakin, S. C. Absence of contour linking in periphery. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS205, 1998.

118. Wang, Y-Z., Hess, R. F. & Dakin, S. C. Judgements of circularity: Local or Global? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS847, 1998.

117. Williams, C. B. & Hess, R. F. The relationship between facilitation at threshold and suprathreshold contour integration. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS849, 1998.

116. Ziegler, L. R. & Hess, R. F. Why is there depth but no shape from uncorrelated micropatterns? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 39(4), pS615, 1998.

115. Kingdom, F. A. A., Ziegler, L. R. & Hess, R. F. The role of spatial scale in stereoscopic segmention. Perception (Supplement), 27, p.21, 1998.

114. Ziegler, L. R., Hess, R. F. & Kingdom, F. A. A. Factors that determine the maximum disparity for stereoscopic shape perception. Perception (Supplement), 27, p.109, 1998.

113. Hess, R. F. and Ziegler, L. Shape from linear but not non-linear motion. Perception (Supplement), 27, p4, 1998.

112. Williams, C. B., Hess, R. F. and Demanins, R. Orientation tuning estimatedby notch-filtered noise masking. Perception (Supplement), 27, p80, 1998.

111. Dakin, S. C., Mareschal, I. and Hess, R. F. Sensitivity to amplitude modulation depends on carrier spatial frequency and orientation. Perception (Supplement), 27, p.38, 1998.


1997

110. Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. The effect of orientation and spatial scale on the detection of visual symmetry. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS638, 1997.

109. Dakin, S. C., Williams, C. B. & Hess, R. F. First-order filter combination occurs prior to envelope extraction. J. Opt. Soc. Am., TuF3, 1997.

108. Demanins, R. & Hess, R. F. Contour integration in anisometropic amblyopia. Soc. Neurosci., Abstr. 23, Part 1, p176, 1997.

107. Demanins, R., Wang, Y-Z. & Hess, R. F. Does the spatial filtering loss in strabismic amblyopia impose a fundamental limit to nonlinear motion perception? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS105, 1997.

106. Field, D. J., Hayes, A. & Hess, R. F. The role of phase and contrast polarity in contour integration. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS999, 1997.

105. Hess, R. F., Ziegler, L. R. & Kingdom, F. A. A. The linkage between the spatial channels for luminance and disparity modulation. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS954, 1997.

104. Wang, Y-Z., Hess, R. F., Demanins, R., Wilkinson, F. & Wilson, H. R. Sensitivity for radial frequency modulations in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS446, 1997.

103. Wang, Y-Z., Hess, R. F., Bradley, A. & Thibos, L. N. Effects of optical aberrations on the sensitivity for radial frequency modulation. J. Opt. Soc. Am., TuUU7, 1997.

102. Williams, C. B., Dakin, S. C. & Hess, R. F. Interaction of first and second order orientation channels. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS631, 1997.

101. Ziegler, L. R. & Hess, R. F. Linear and non-linear stereoscopic contributions distinguished by task. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 38(4), pS906, 1997.


1996

100. Demanins, R., Hess, R. F. & Keeble, D. R. T. The nature of the orientation deficit in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S280, 1996.

99. Doshi, S. & Hess, R. F. Adaptation to spatial offsets. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S734, 1996.

98. Fredericksen, R. E. & Hess, R. F. Estimates of temporal-detection mechanisms depend on stimulus parameters. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S521, 1996.

97. Hess, R. F., Bex, P. J., Brady, N. & Fredericksen, R. E. Human motion detection: energy or edge-based? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S916, 1996.

96. Keeble, D. R. T. & Hess, R. F. Orientation masks 3-Gabor alignment performance. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S734, 1996.

95. Wilcox, L. M., Elder, J. H. & Hess, R. F. The effect of stimulus blur and size on stereoacuity. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 37(3), p.S684, 1996.

94. Keeble, D. R. T. and Hess, R. F. Local contour discrimination in curved paths. ECVP, 1996.


1995

93. Baker, Jr., C. L. and Hess, R. F. Limited-lifetime random gabor stimuli reveal two underlying motion mechanisms. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S395, 1995.

92. Demanins, R. and Hess, R. F. Positional inaccuracy and bias in strabismic amblyopia: effect of spatial scale. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S45, 1995.

91. Fredericksen, R. E. and Hess, R. F. Two, three or four temporal channels? A re-re-evaluation. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S16, 1995.

90. Hess, R. F. and Field, D. J. Contour integration across depth. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S231, 1995.

89. Jovkar, S., Hess, R. F., Wilcox, L. and Simmons, D. Effect of image distortions on stereoscopic perforamnce. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S366, 1995.

88. Wilcox, L. M. and Hess, R. F. Stereoacuity for amplitude modulated stimuli. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 36(4), p.S365, 1995.

87. Demanins, R. and Hess, R. F. Is there a relationship between the accuracy and bias deficits in strabismic amblyopia? Sherbrooke Symposium, Magog-Orford, Quebec, Sept. 22-23 1995.


1994

86. Hess, R. F. and Dakin, S. R. G. The nature of the mechanisms which encode the position of random element clusters. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 35(4), p.1256, 1994.

85. Wilcox, L. M. and Hess, R. F. Is the site of non-linear filtering in stereopsis before or after binocular combination? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 35(4), p.1490, 1994.

84. Sankeralli, M. J., Mullen, K. T. and Hess, R. F. Positional deficits for color and luminance vision in amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 35(4), p.1895, 1994.

83. Polomeno, R., Hess, R. F. and Connolly, W. E. S. Is amblyopia due to undersampling or neural disarray? Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 35(4), p.2201, 1994.

82. Hess, R. F. and Badcock, D. R. The metric for separation discrimination by the human visual system. Opt. Soc. Am. Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, Oct. 2-7 1994. SuD6.

81. Demanins, R., and Hess, R. F. The regional distribution of the spatial localization deficit in strbismic amblyopia. Sherbrooke Symposium on Postgraduate Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Banff, Alberta, Sept. 30-Oct. 1 1994.

80. Jovkar, S., Hess, R. F., Wilcox, L. and Simmons, D. The effect of image distortions on stereoscopic performance. Sherbrooke Symposium on Postgraduate Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Banff, Alberta, Sept. 30-Oct. 1 1994.

79. Sankeralli, M. J., Mullen, K. T. and Hess, R. F. Positional deficits for color and luminance vision in amblyopia. Sherbrooke Symposium on Postgraduate Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Banff, Alberta, Sept. 30-Oct. 1 1994.


1993

78. Snowden, R. J., Waugh, S. J. and Hess, R. F. Temporal frequency channels as revealed by masking at low luminance levels. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 34(4), p.706, 1993.

77. Waugh, S. J. and Hess, R. F. Suprathreshold temporal frequency discrimination in the fovea and periphery. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 34(4), p. 819, 1993.

76. Hess, R. F. and Anderson, S. J. Motion sensitivity and spatial undersampling in amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 3(4), p.864, 1993.

75. Wilcox, L. M. and Hess, R. F. Linear and non-linear contributions to stereopsis. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 34(4), p.1187, 1993.

74. Dakin, S. R. G. and Hess, R. F. Localization of random Gabor clusters. ECVP Meeting, University of Edinburgh, Aug. 25-29 1993. Perception (Supplement), 22, p.36

73. Hayes, A., Field, D. J. and Hess, R. F. Association by the visual system of contour elements of alternating polarity. ECVP Meeting, University of Edinburgh, Aug. 25-29 1993. Perception (Supplement), 22, p.5, 1993.

72. Hess, R. F. Peripheral spatial accuracy is limited by uncalibrated neural disarray. ECVP Meeting, University of Edinburgh, Aug. 25-29 1993. Perception (Supplement), 22, p.37, 1993.


1992

71. Field, D. J., Hayes, A. & Hess, R. F. The "glue" in fractal edges: an example of feature integration by the human visual system. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 33(4), p.1347, 1992.

70. Hayes, A. and Hess, R. F. Spatial scale considerations for "Weber's Law" of spatial position. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 33(4), p.1343, 1992.

69. Hess, R. F. and Hayes, A. The relationship between positional uncertainty, spatial scale and eccentricity. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 33(4), p.825, 1992.

68. Strong, N. P., Hess, R. F. and Losada, M. A. Quantifying the effects of intraocular light scatter in posterior subcapsular cataract. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 33(4), p.965, 1992.

67. Anderson, S. J. and Hess, R. F. The shape and spatial-frequency bandwidth of masking functions vary with contrast. ECVP Meeting, Pisa, Aug. 30-Sept. 3 1992. Perception (Supplement), 21(2), p.93.

66. Barbur, J. L., Hess, R. F. and Pinney, H. D. Pupillary function in human amblyopia. ECVP Meeting, Pisa, Aug. 30-Sept. 3 1992. Perception (Supplement), 21(2), p. 39.

65. Hayes, A. and Hess, R. F. Relative localisation of simple stimuli as a function of retinal eccentricity. ECVP Meeting, Pisa, Aug. 30-Sept. 3 1992. Perception (Supplement), 21(2), p.5.

64. Hess, R. F. and Field, D. Is positional uncertainty due to undersampling? ECVP Meeting, Pisa, Aug. 30-Sept. 3 1992. Perception (Supplement), 21(2), p.5.

63. Smith, A. T., Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. Direction-identification thresholds for second-order motion stimuli. ECVP Meeting, Pisa, Aug. 30-Sept. 3 1992. Perception (Supplement), 21(2), p.46.


1991

62. Hess, R. F. and Holliday, I. E. The nature of the abnormality of spatial localization in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 32(4), p.1270, 1991.

61. Allen, D. and Hess, R. F. Temporal homogeneity of the visual field. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 32(4), p.840, 1991.

60. Harrad, R. A. and Hess, R. F. A model for suppression in amblyopia. ESA Meeting, Brussels, May 22-24 1991.

59. Hess, R. F. and Holliday, I. E. A neurophysiologically based model for the spatial localization of spatially narrowband stimuli. Contrast in Vision, Cambridge, England, Sept. 4-7 1991.


1990

58. Harrad, R. and Hess, R. F. Threshold conditions for strabismic suppression and binocular rivalry in amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 31(4), p.305, 1990.

57. Hess, R. F. and Holliday, I. E. Spatial localization of Gabor patches; effect of contrast spatial frequency and size. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 31(4), p.326, 1990.

56. Anderson, S. A. and Hess, R. F. Spatial undersampling causes both motion cessation and reversal phenomena in human vision. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 31(4), p.495, 1990.

55. Baker, Jr., C. L., Hess, R. F. and Zihl, J. The motion-blind patient; perception of random dot limited lifetime motion. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci., 31(4), p.239, 1990.

54. Holliday, I. E. and Hess, R. F. A neurophysiologically-based model for spatial localization of Gabor stimuli. Perception, 19(4), p.400, 1990.


1989

53. Anderson, S. J., Mullen, K. T. and Hess, R. F. Asymmetry in the human retina for motion and colour detection. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 30, p.53, 1989.

52. Hess, R. F. and Snowden, R. The temporal visual filters: number, shades and spatial dependence. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 30, p.111, 1989.

51. Harrad, R. A. and Hess, R. F. Binocular contrast masking in strabismic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 30, p.326, 1989.

50. Snowden, R. and Hess, R. F. Temporal visual filters in the human visual field. Neurosci. Abstracts, 15, p.625, 1989.


1988

49. Hess, R. F. and Pointer, J. S. How good is one at discriminating blur in non-foveal regions of the visual field? J. Physiol. (Lond.), 406, 27P, 1988.

48. Hess, R. F. The site of suppression in human amblyopia. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 407, 70P, 1988.

47. Boulton, J. and Hess, R. F. Mechanisms underlying velocity discrimination. Form and Motion Meeting, University of Tubingen, March 1988.

46. Hess, R. F. The visual deficit in optic neuritis. (Invited Lecture) The 5th International Optometric Congress, Sydney, April 1988.

45. Hess, R. F. Recent advances in electroretinography. (Invited Lecture) The 5th International Optometric Congress, Sydney, April 1988.

44. Hess, R. F. On the relationship between visual sensitivity and illuminance. 11th European Conference on Visual Perception, 1988. Perception (Supplement), 17, A24.

43. Pinny, H. D., Barbur, J. L. and Hess, R. F. Pupillary responses to grating stimuli in amblyopes. 11th European Conference on Visual Perception, 1988. Perception, 17, A72.

42. Baker, Jr., C. L., Hess, R. F. and Zihl, J. The "motion-blind" patient: A psychophysical study of spatial and temporal visions. Neurosci. Abstracts, 14, p.1251, 1988.

41. Boulton, J. and Hess, R. F. The optimal displacement for the detection of motion. Neurosci. Abstracts, 14, p.1251, 1988.

40. Hess, R. F. Scotopic vision. (Invited Lecture) Applied Vision Association, Dec. 15 1988.


1987

39. Hess, R. F. and Watt, R. J. The interpretation of changes in hyperacuity with eccentricity. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 28, p.138, 1987.

38. Boulton, J. and Hess, R. F. More than one mechanism underlies velocity discrimination. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 28, p.297, 1987.

37. Hess, R. F. and Watt, R. J. Human amblyopia: cortical neurones are misplaced not lost. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 390, 31P, 1987.

36. Hess, R. F. and Pointer, J. S. The contrast sensitivity gradient along the horizontal visual field in man. J. Physiol. (Lond.), P.C.10, 1440, 1987.

35. Baker, Jr., C. L., Hess, R. F. and Zihl, J. The motion-blind human patient: peripheral filters. J. Physiol. (Lond.), C49, 65P, 1987.


1986

34. Pointer, J. S., and Hess, R. F. Regional distribution of the low spatial frequency mechanism. Perception (Supplement), 16(2):A26, 1986.

33. Hess, R. F. and Watt, R. J. Spatial information and uncertainty in anisometropic amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 27, p.95, 1986.

32. Zrenner, E., Baker, C. L., Hess, R. F. and Olsen, O. Current source density analysis of linear and non-linear components of the primate electroretinogram. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 27, p.242, 1986.

31. Pointer, J. S. and Hess, R. F. Are discriminations of (3F+F)/(3F-F) best thought of in terms of frequency or space domain? Perception (Supplement), 15(1)A15, 1986.

30. Pointer, J. S. and Hess, R. F. Are discriminations of (F+3F)/(F=3F) best thought of in terms of frequency or space domain? Perception (Supplement), 15(1):A15, 1986.


1985

29. Hess, R. F., Baker, C. L. and Zrenner, E. Electroretinograms to patterns in cat, monkey and man. 8th European Conference on Visual Perception, 1985. Perception, 14, A22.

28. Plant, G. T., Hess, R. F. and Zimmern, R. L. Threshold vision - a case of visual agnosia. 8th European Conference on Visual Perception. Perception, 14, A24, 1985.


1984

27. Hess, R. F. and Nordby, K. Temporal limits of rod vision. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci., 25(3):53, 1984.

26. Pointer, J. S. and Hess, R. F. Contrast threshold loss across the amblyopes visual field. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 25(3):75, 1984.

25. Plant, G. T. and Hess, R. F. Temporal frequency may be selectively affected in optic nerve demyelination. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 25(3):312, 1984.

24. Nordby, K. N. and Hess, R. F. Spatial and temporal discrimination limits of rod vision. Perception (Supplement), 13, A8, 1984.

23. Baker, Jr., C. L. and Hess, R. F. The relationship of pattern and uniform field electroretinograms. Perception (Supplement), 13, A14C, 1984.

22. Pointer, J. S. and Hess, R. F. The distribution of the amblyopic anomaly across the visual field. Perception (Supplement), 13, 23d, 1984.

21. Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. Human electroretinograms. 6th ICER, P-1, 51, 1984.

20. Beringer, T., Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. Changes in the pattern evoked retinal responses imposed by position of the reference electrode. 6th ICER, P-1, 51, 1984.


1983

19. Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. The pattern ERG in amblyopic eyes. Neuroscience Abstracts, 9(1):368, 1983.


1982

18. Hess, R. F. and Mullen, K. T. Suppression of the central cone under mesopic conditions. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 22(3):16, 1982.

17. Hess, R. F., Lillywhite, P. and Parker, A. How effective is contrast constancy? Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 22(3):207, 1982.

16. Hess, R. F. and Nordby, K. Rod monochromacy: spatio-temporal considerations. Perception (Supplement), 1(1):21. 1982.

15. Hess, R. F. and Baker, Jr., C. L. The pattern ERG in humans: dependence on pattern contrast, spatial frequency and temporal frequency. Neuroscience Abstracts, 8, p.27, 1982.


1981

14. Hess, R. F., Woo, G. and White, P. D. Contrast attenuation of intraocular lens implants in situ. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 20(3):87, 1981.

13. Hess, R. F., Keesey, U. and France, T. Vision in humans deprived of pattern stimulation in early life. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 20(3):87, 1981.

12. Hess, R. F., Lawden, M. and Campbell, F. W. Amblyopes exhibit a phase discrimination abnormality. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 20, p.124, 1981.


1980

11. Hess, R. F. and Lillywhite, P. Effects of luminance on contrast and coding in cat visual cortex. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 300, 66P, 1980.

10. Hess, R. F. and Lillywhite, P. Effects of luminance of contrast and coding measured pscyhophysically in man. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 302, 105P, 1980.

9. Hess, R. F. Contrast coding in amblyopia. Experimental Brain and Behaviour Society Workshop, 1, p.10, 1980.

8. Hess, R. F. and Bradley, A. Contrast coding in two different types of perceptual loss. Optical Society of America Recent Advances in Vision Meeting, 25, p.15, 1980.

7. Dean, A. F., Hess, R. F. and Tolhurst, D. J. Divisive inhibition involved in directional sensitivity. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 308, 84-85P, 1980.

6. Hess, R. F., and Howell, E. R. Direction of low spatial frequencies in normal vision. The Third Conference on Visual Perception, Perception (Supplement), 1, 52, 1980.


1979

5. Hess, R. F., Zimmern, R. and Campbell, F. W. Do anisometropic and strabismic amblyopia have different neural bases? Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 19, p.139, 1979.


1978

4. Campbell, F. W., Hess, R. F. and Shute, C. McCollough effects and amblyopia. J. Physiol., 284, 111P, 1978.

3. Hess, R. F. Assessment of visual function in conditions involving intraocular scatter. International Symposium on Ophthalmological Optics, pp. 39-42, 1978.

2. Campbell, F. W., Banks, R., Hess, R. F. and Watson, P. Preliminary results of the first neuro-physiologic-based treatment of amblyopia. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. (Supplement), 8, p.232, 1978.


1975

1. Hess, R. F. Eye movements and the contrast sensitivity function. Proceedings of the Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society, 6, 227, 1975.