30 Publications (Page 1 of 2)
2015
Brightness induction and suprathreshold vision: effects of age and visual field.
McCourt, Mark ELeone, Lynnette M and Blakeslee, Barbara
Vision research, vol. 106, pp. 36-46, January 2015. | Journal Article
2013
Brightness induction magnitude declines with increasing distance from the inducing field edge.
Blakeslee, Barbara and McCourt, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 78, pp. 39-45, 2013/Jan/15. | Journal Article
2012
When is spatial filtering enough? Investigation of brightness and lightness perception in stimuli containing a visible illumination component
Blakeslee, Barbara and McCourt, Mark E
Vision Research, vol. 60, pp. 40-50, 2012. | Journal Article
 
When is spatial filtering enough? Investigation of brightness and lightness perception in stimuli containing a visible illumination component.
Blakeslee, Barbara and McCourt, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 60, pp. 40-50, 2012/May/1. | Journal Article
2011
Spatiotemporal analysis of brightness induction
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision Research, vol. 51, (no. 16), pp. 1872-1879, 2011. | Journal Article
2009
Simple cell response properties imply receptive field structure: balanced Gabor and/or bandlimited field functions.
Cope, DavisBlakeslee, Barbara and McCourt, Mark E
Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision, vol. 26, (no. 9), pp. 2067-92, 2009/Sep. | Journal Article
 
Spatial filtering versus anchoring accounts of brightness/lightness perception in staircase and simultaneous brightness/lightness contrast stimuli.
Blakeslee, BarbaraReetz, Daniel and Mc Court, Mark E
Journal of vision, vol. 9, (no. 3), pp. 22.1-17, 2009. | Journal Article
2008
Coming to terms with lightness and brightness: effects of stimulus configuration and instructions on brightness and lightness judgments.
Blakeslee, BarbaraReetz, Daniel and Mc Court, Mark E
Journal of vision, vol. 8, (no. 11), pp. 3.1-14, 2008. | Journal Article
 
Nearly instantaneous brightness induction.
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Journal of vision, vol. 8, (no. 2), pp. 15.1-8, 2008. | Journal Article
2005
A multiscale filtering explanation of gradient induction and remote brightness induction effects: a reply to Logvinenko (2003).
Blakeslee, Barbara and McCourt, Mark E
Perception, vol. 34, (no. 7), pp. 793-802, 2005. | Journal Article
 
Oriented multiscale spatial filtering and contrast normalization: a parsimonious model of brightness induction in a continuum of stimuli including White, Howe and simultaneous brightness contrast.
Blakeslee, BarbaraPasieka, Wren and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 45, (no. 5), pp. 607-15, 2005/Mar. | Journal Article
2004
A unified theory of brightness contrast and assimilation incorporating oriented multiscale spatial filtering and contrast normalization.
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 44, (no. 21), pp. 2483-503, 2004. | Journal Article
2001
A multiscale spatial filtering account of the Wertheimer-Benary effect and the corrugated Mondrian.
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 41, (no. 19), pp. 2487-502, 2001/Sep. | Journal Article
1999
A multiscale spatial filtering account of the White effect, simultaneous brightness contrast and grating induction.
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 39, (no. 26), pp. 4361-77, 1999/Oct. | Journal Article
1997
Brightness with and without perceived transparency: when does it make a difference?
Kingdom, Frederick ABlakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Perception, vol. 26, (no. 4), pp. 493-506, 1997. | Journal Article
 
Similar mechanisms underlie simultaneous brightness contrast and grating induction.
Blakeslee, Barbara and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 37, (no. 20), pp. 2849-69, 1997/Oct. | Journal Article
1994
Contrast-matching analysis of grating induction and suprathreshold contrast perception.
Mc Court, Mark E and Blakeslee, Barbara
Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision, vol. 11, (no. 1), pp. 14-24, 1994/Jan. | Journal Article
1993
The effect of edge blur on grating induction magnitude.
Mc Court, Mark E and Blakeslee, Barbara
Vision research, vol. 33, (no. 17), pp. 2499-507, 1993/Dec. | Journal Article
1988
Factors governing the adaptation of cells in area-17 of the cat visual cortex.
Maddess, TedMcCourt, MEBlakeslee, Barbara and Cunningham, RB
Biological Cybernetics, vol. 59, (no. 4/5), pp. 229-236, 1988. | Journal Article
 
Factors governing the adaptation of cells in area-17 of the cat visual cortex.
Maddess, TedMcCourt, M EBlakeslee, Barbara and Cunningham, R B
Biological Cybernetics, vol. 59, (no. 4-5), pp. 229-36, 1988. | Journal Article
 
Spectral mechanisms in the tree squirrel retina.
Blakeslee, BarbaraJacobs, G H and Neitz, J
Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology, vol. 162, (no. 6), pp. 773-80, 1988/Apr. | Journal Article
1987
Increment thresholds of the three spectral mechanisms in the retina of the California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi).
Blakeslee, Barbara and Jacobs, G H
Experimental brain research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation cérébrale, vol. 66, (no. 1), pp. 21-8, 1987. | Journal Article
 
Synaptic limitations to contrast coding in the retina of the blowfly Calliphora.
Laughlin, S BHoward, Jonathon and Blakeslee, Barbara
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing papers of a Biological character. Royal Society (Great Britain), vol. 231, (no. 1265), pp. 437-67, 1987/Sep/22. | Journal Article
 
The intracellular pupil mechanism and photoreceptor signal: noise ratios in the fly Lucilia cuprina.
Howard, JonathonBlakeslee, Barbara and Laughlin, S B
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing papers of a Biological character. Royal Society (Great Britain), vol. 231, (no. 1265), pp. 415-35, 1987/Sep/22. | Journal Article
1985
Anisotropy in the preferred directions and visual field location of directionally-selective optic nerve fibers in the gray squirrel.
Blakeslee, BarbaraJacobs, G H and Mc Court, Mark E
Vision research, vol. 25, (no. 4), pp. 615-8, 1985. | Journal Article