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Anthony M. Norcia
Anthony M. Norcia
Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
E-mailová adresa ověřena na: stanford.edu
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The steady-state visual evoked potential in vision research: A review
AM Norcia, LG Appelbaum, JM Ales, BR Cottereau, B Rossion
Journal of vision 15 (6), 4-4, 2015
7102015
Collinear stimuli regulate visual responses depending on cell's contrast threshold
U Polat, K Mizobe, MW Pettet, T Kasamatsu, AM Norcia
Nature 391 (6667), 580-584, 1998
6791998
Spatial frequency sweep VEP: visual acuity during the first year of life
AM Norcia, CW Tyler
Vision research 25 (10), 1399-1408, 1985
5291985
Event-related brain potentials to human faces in infants
E Courchesne, L Ganz, AM Norcia
Child development, 804-811, 1981
3141981
Development of contrast sensitivity in the human infant
AM Norcia, CW Tyler, RD Hamer
Vision research 30 (10), 1475-1486, 1990
2561990
Neurophysiological evidence for contrast dependent long-range facilitation and suppression in the human visual cortex
URI Polat, AM Norcia
Vision research 36 (14), 2099-2109, 1996
1951996
Abnormal long-range spatial interactions in amblyopia
URI Polat, DOV Sagi, AM Norcia
Vision research 37 (6), 737-744, 1997
1761997
A method for investigating binocular rivalry in real-time with the steady-state VEP
RJ Brown, AM Norcia
Vision research 37 (17), 2401-2408, 1997
1671997
Measurement of spatial contrast sensitivity with the swept contrast VEP
AM Norcia, CW Tyler, RD Hamer, W Wesemann
Vision research 29 (5), 627-637, 1989
1611989
An objective index of individual face discrimination in the right occipito-temporal cortex by means of fast periodic oddball stimulation
J Liu-Shuang, AM Norcia, B Rossion
Neuropsychologia 52, 57-72, 2014
1542014
A new test of contour integration deficits in patients with a history of disrupted binocular experience during visual development
I Kovács, U Polat, PM Pennefather, A Chandna, AM Norcia
Vision research 40 (13), 1775-1783, 2000
1472000
Cue-invariant networks for figure and background processing in human visual cortex
LG Appelbaum, AR Wade, VY Vildavski, MW Pettet, AM Norcia
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (45), 11695-11708, 2006
1422006
Anomalous motion VEPs in infants and in infantile esotropia.
AM Norcia, H Garcia, R Humphry, A Holmes, RD Hamer, D Orel-Bixler
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 32 (2), 436-439, 1991
1391991
Late maturation of visual hyperacuity
AM Skoczenski, AM Norcia
Psychological Science 13 (6), 537-541, 2002
1192002
Development of sensitivity to information for impending collision
A Yonas, AG Bechtold, D Frankel, FR Gordon, G McRoberts, A Norcia, ...
Perception & Psychophysics 21 (2), 97-104, 1977
1171977
Development of VEP Vernier acuity and grating acuity in human infants
AM Skoczenski, AM Norcia
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 40 (10), 2411-2417, 1999
1161999
A representational similarity analysis of the dynamics of object processing using single-trial EEG classification
B Kaneshiro, M Perreau Guimaraes, HS Kim, AM Norcia, P Suppes
Plos one 10 (8), e0135697, 2015
1122015
Temporal frequency limits for stereoscopic apparent motion processes
AM Norcia, CW Tyler
Vision research 24 (5), 395-401, 1984
1051984
V1 is not uniquely identified by polarity reversals of responses to upper and lower visual field stimuli
JM Ales, JL Yates, AM Norcia
Neuroimage 52 (4), 1401-1409, 2010
1042010
Infant VEP acuity measurements: analysis of individual differences and measurement error
AM Norcia, CW Tyler
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 61 (5), 359-369, 1985
1041985
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