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Normal and Defective Colour Vision / Edition 1

Normal and Defective Colour Vision / Edition 1


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ISBN-13: 9780198525301
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 06/26/2003
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 460
Product dimensions: 9.50(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)

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University of Chicago

University of Lyon

Table of Contents

Photoreceptors and their evolution.
1. Electrons and x-rays reveal the structure of Rhodopsin: A prototypical G protein receptor: Implications for colour vision, JJ Ruprecht & GFX Schertler
2. Photopigment polymorphism in prosimians and the origins of primate trichomacy, GH Jacobs & JF Degan
3. Did primate trichromacy evolve for frugivory or folivory?, P Sumner & JD Molon
4. Lack of S-opsin expression in the brush trailed porcupine and other mammals: is the evolutionary persistence of S-cones a paradox, P Ahnelt, K Moutairou & A Kubber-Heiss
5. The arrangement of L and M cones in human and a primate retina, JWL Parry & JD Mollon
6. Comparison of human and monkey pigment gene promoters to evaluate DNA sequences proposed to govern L:M cone ratio, C McMahon, J Neitz & M Neitz
Retinal Processes
7. Structure of receptive field centers of midget retinal ganglion cells, BB Lee
8. The neural circuit providing input to midget ganglion cells, DW Marshak
9. Coding of position of achromatic and chromatic edges by retinal ganglion cells, H Sun, BB Lee & L Ruttinger
Spatial and Temporal Aspects of Colour Perception
10. Psychophysical correlates of parvo- and magnocellular function, VC Smith & J Pokorny
11. Spatial contast sensitivity for pulsed and steady pedestal stimuli, L Leonova, J Pokorny and VC Smith
12. Chromatic assimilation: evidence for a neural mechanism, SK Shevell & D Cao
13. Reaction times in stimuli in isoluminant colour space, DJ McKeefry, NRA Parry & IJ Murray
14. Integration times reveal mechanisms responding to isoluminant chromatic gratings: a two-centre Visual Evoked Potential study, AG Robson, JJ Kulikowski, M Korostenskaja, MM Neveu, CR Hogg & GE Holder
15. Temporal frequency and contrast adaption, AG Shapiro, SM Hood & JD Mollon
16. Contribution of achromatic and chromatic contrast signals to Fechner-Benham subjective colours, J Le Rohellec, H Brettel & F Vienot
17. Sensitivity to movement of configuration of achromatic and chromatic points in amblyopic patients, Mattiello, M.L. F de Maniero M & Buglione S
Rods and Colour Vision
18. Convergence as a function of chromatic contrast: a possible contributor to depth perception, GV Paramei & W Jaschinski
19. The influence of rods on color naming during dark adaption, JL Nerger, VJ Volbrecht & KA Haase
Natural Scenes and Colour Constancy
20. Stimulus duration affects rod influence on hue perception, SL Buck & R Knight
21. Colour discrimination, colour constancy and natural scene statistics, D I A MacLeod
22. Tritanopic colour constancy under daylight changes?, DH Foster, K Amano & SM Nascimento
23. Calulating appearances in complex and simple images, JJ McCann
Colour Spaces and their Variation
24. The effect of global contrast distribution on colour appearance, K Wolf & AC Hurlbert
25. Schopenhauer's 'parts of daylight' in the light of modern colorimetry, JJ Koederink
26. Representing an observer's matches in an alien color space, K Knoblauch
27. Macular pigment: Nature's notch filter, H E J D Moreland & S Westland
28. How to find a tritan line, HE Smithson, P Sumner, JD Mollon
Inherited Colour Deficiency: Molecular Genetics
29. Some properties of the physiological colour system, SS Deeb, W Jagla, C Campenhausen & J Schramme
30. Genotypic variation in multi-gene dichromats, SS Deeb, W Jagla, H Jagla, T Hayashi & LT Sharpe
31. Hybrid pigment genes, dichromacy and anomalous trichromacy, W Jagla, T Breitsprecher, I Kucsera, G Kovacs, B Wissinger, SS Deeb & LT Sharpe
Inherited colour deficiency: psychophysics and tests
32. Middle wavelength sensitive photopigment gene expression is absent in deuteranomalous colour vision, M Neitz, K Bollinger & J Neitz
33. Preliminary norms for the Cambridge Colour Test, L C L Silveira, AR Rodrigues, AJ M de Souza, M Gualtieri, D Bonci & MF Costa
34. Evaluation of 'Color vision testing made easy', SJ Dain
35. Survey og the colour vision demands in fire-fighting, SJ Dain
36. Lantern colour vision tests: one light or two, JK Hovis
37. Extreme anomalous trichomatism, JK Hovis
38. Red-green deficiency and colour contancy under orthogonal-daylight changes, K Amano, DH Foster & SM Nascimento
Acquired Deficiencies of Colour Vision
39. Color naming, color categories and central color-coding in a case of X-linked incomplete achromatopsia, GH Jacobs, JB Calderone, JB Nolan, MA Crognale & MA Webster
40. Effects of retinal detachment on S and M cone function in an animal model, GH Jacobs, JB Calderone, T Sakai, GP Lewis & SK Fisher
41. Color vision in central serous chorioretinopathy, DF Ventura, MF Costa, M Gualtieri, M Nishi, MM Mantyjarvi, & T Maaranen
42. Early vision loss in diabetic patients assessed by the Cambridge Colour Test, DF Ventura, MF Costa, M Gualtieri, M Nishi, M Bernick, D Bonci & JM de Souza
43. Colour-vision disturbances in patients with arterial hypertension, A Schroder, C ERb, S Falk, G Schwartz, J Radermacher & R Winter
44. Visual dysfunction following mercury exposure by breating mercury vapour or by eating mercury-contaminated food, LCL Silveira, ETB Damim, M da Concericao Pinheiro, AR Rodrigues, A Moura, MIT Cortes & GA Mello

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