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Inhibition of Return in the Visual Field

Yan Bao, Quan Lei, Yuan Fang, Yu Tong, Kerstin Schill, Ernst Pöppel, Hans Strasburger
2013 Experimental Psychology  
Inhibition of return (IOR) as an indicator of attentional control is characterized by an eccentricity effect, that is, the more peripheral visual field shows a stronger IOR magnitude relative to the perifoveal  ...  The results showed that the magnitude of IOR was significantly stronger in the peripheral relative to the perifoveal visual field, and this eccentricity effect was independent of the manipulation of stimulus  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 30670703; No. 91120004).  ... 
doi:10.1027/1618-3169/a000215 pmid:23820946 pmcid:PMC4013924 fatcat:y7wrvqtgqvddxmhhuhwg6dlzji

Visual attention: The past 25 years

Marisa Carrasco
2011 Vision Research  
visual processes, and a comparison of the effects of spatial and feature-based attention.  ...  I explain how in the last 25 years research on attention has characterized the effects of covert attention on spatial filters and how attention influences the selection of stimuli of interest.  ...  ., 2009) and during inhibition of return (Chica & Lupiañez, 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.visres.2011.04.012 pmid:21549742 pmcid:PMC3390154 fatcat:6fp36qinefavjnpzn3swbhdqeu

TRF1: It Was the Best of Time(s)…

Anne Giersch, Jennifer T. Coull
2018 Timing & Time Perception  
We wanted one talk from the field of psychology and the other from the neurosciences, and so were delighted that both Lera Boroditsky and Warren Meck accepted our invitations immediately.  ...  Lera kicked off the conference for us, with an extremely entertaining talk about the spatial representation of time in different societies and cultures and how the linguistic metaphors we use to describe  ...  This effect was observed with no difference at both perifoveal and peripheral regions of the visual field.  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134468-00603001 fatcat:u3eej7wjhrdnphz7u6nozppiwm

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Optic Neuritis in Patients With Neuromyelitis Optica Versus Multiple Sclerosis

Sangeeta Khanna, Aseem Sharma, Julie Huecker, Mae Gordon, Robert T. Naismith, Gregory P. Van Stavern
2012 Journal of neuro-ophthalmology  
Direct URL citations appear in the full text and are provided in the HTML and PDF versions of this article on the journal's Web site (www. jneuro-ophthalmology.com).  ...  Supported in part by an unrestricted departmental grant (Department of Ophthalmology) from Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc, New York, and by National Institutes of Health/National Eye Institute core  ...  Genuine visual improvement involves improvement in both visual acuity and central visual field.  ... 
doi:10.1097/wno.0b013e318254c62d pmid:22659839 fatcat:irwxleeuu5gargmu6qr2zxtc7m

Argyll Robertson Pupil [chapter]

Jason E. Hale, Sumayya J. Almarzouqi, Michael L. Morgan, Andrew G. Lee
2018 Encyclopedia of Ophthalmology  
Visual Field Visual field changes correspond to regions of photoreceptor involvement in AZOOR.  ...  Mild and unavoidable side effects of PRP include peripheral and paracentral visual field loss. Scotopic visual impairment can occur due to damage to rod cells.  ...  The prevalence of asteroid hyalosis has been reported to range from 0.36% to 1.96%. In 75% of cases, the condition is unilateral, and it only rarely causes a significant decrease in visual acuity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69000-9_1259 fatcat:nltstvmqjvee7i7xk7kktikfyy

Apocrine or Sweat Glands of the Eyelid [chapter]

2018 Encyclopedia of Ophthalmology  
Visual Field Visual field changes correspond to regions of photoreceptor involvement in AZOOR.  ...  Mild and unavoidable side effects of PRP include peripheral and paracentral visual field loss. Scotopic visual impairment can occur due to damage to rod cells.  ...  The prevalence of asteroid hyalosis has been reported to range from 0.36% to 1.96%. In 75% of cases, the condition is unilateral, and it only rarely causes a significant decrease in visual acuity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69000-9_100121 fatcat:tdyybyzdcveonklhvquf6uboji

Impact of motion-associated noise on intrinsic optical signal imaging in humans with optical coherence tomography

Michel M. Teussink, Barry Cense, Mark J.J.P. van Grinsven, B. Jeroen Klevering, Carel B. Hoyng, Thomas Theelen
2015 Biomedical Optics Express  
In this study, we discuss biophysical correlates of IOS, and we address motion-associated imaging noise by providing correctional postprocessing methods.  ...  In order to avoid cross-talk of adjacent IOS of opposite signal polarity, cellular resolution and stability of imaging to the level of individual cones is likely needed.  ...  , Japan for valuable assistance with the acquisition of fOCT recordings.  ... 
doi:10.1364/boe.6.001632 pmid:26137369 pmcid:PMC4467722 fatcat:vsgb67ov5zgrpa4jfqthqq4sta

Cellular and physiological mechanisms underlying blood flow regulation in the retina and choroid in health and disease

Joanna Kur, Eric A. Newman, Tailoi Chan-Ling
2012 Progress in retinal and eye research  
Due to the intrinsic light sensitivity of the retina and the direct visual accessibility of fundus blood vessels, the eye offers unique opportunities for the non-invasive investigation of mechanisms of  ...  We review the cellular and physiological mechanisms responsible for the regulation of blood flow in the retina and choroid in health and disease.  ...  (A) Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) images of the cat eye stimulated with a drifting grating presented to the upper visual field (left) and the lower visual field (right).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.preteyeres.2012.04.004 pmid:22580107 pmcid:PMC3418965 fatcat:u6rygzbd3bfo7ic7q3wvryjkre

On Facial Expertise: Processing Strategies of Twins' Parents

Line Sæther, Bruno Laeng
2008 Perception  
However, in an fMRI study, Haxby et al. (2001) showed that face and object processing lead to overlapping patterns of activity in the cortex.  ...  This effect is the cost of a visual system which is governed by neural adaption, which makes it possible to quickly discover changes in the visual field (Martinez-Conde, Macknik, & Hubel, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1068/p5833 pmid:18853558 fatcat:go52mnhpjfa4pkx4apbzk27adi

Visual attention and memory under central vision loss [article]

Franziska Geringswald, Universitäts- Und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, Martin-Luther Universität, Stefan Pollmann
2020
In Experiment 1, patients' monocular and binocular change detection sensitivity was preserved, not significantly correlated with visual impair-ment, and went along with normal fixation parameters.  ...  A simulated gaze-contingent central scotoma in Experiment 2 complicated visual exploration and impaired memory performance in unexperienced observers.  ...  but the more peripheral parts of the visual field were made invisible.  ... 
doi:10.25673/35146 fatcat:a3pfifsueffx3f7tgrhyxnkxlu