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  • Kohler, Wolfgang; and Held, Richard. The cortical correlate of pattern vision. Science, 1949, 110, 412-419.
  • Kohler, Wolfgang; O'Connell, Donald; and Held, Richard. An investigation of cortical currents. Proceedings of the American Philosophy Society, 1952, 96, 290-330.
  • Held, Richard. Shifts in binaural localization after prolonged exposures to atypical combinations of stimuli. American Journal of Psychology, 1955, 68, 526-48.
  • Held, Richard. Group processes: Transactions of the first conference. American Journal of Psychology, 1956, 69, 690-692.
  • Held, Richard; and Gottlieb, Norman. Technique for studying adaptation to disarranged hand-eye coordination. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1958, 8, 83-86.
  • Held, Richard; and Hein, Alan. Adaptation of disarranged hand-eye coordination contingent upon reafferent stimulation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1958, 8, 87-90.
  • Held, Richard; and Schlank, Melvin. Adaptation to disarranged eye-hand coordination in the distance-dimension. American Journal of Psychology, 1959, 72, 603-605.

Also reprinted in:

  • Visual Perception by Herschel W. Leibowitz, New York: MacMillan, 1965.
  • Held, Richard; and White, Burton L. Sensory deprivation and visual speed: an analysis. Science, 1959, 130, 860-861.
  • Held, Richard. Perception and representation. A review of E. H. Gombrich's Art and Illusion, Yale Review, summer, 1960.
  • Freedman, Sanford J.; and Held, Richard. Sensory deprivation and perceptual lag. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1960, 11, 277-280.
  • Held, Richard. Exposure-history as a factor in maintaining stability of perception and coordination. Journal of Nervous Mental Diseases, 1961, 132, 26-32.

Also in:

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  • Readings for General Psychology, (R.A. Lockhart, Ed.), Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1967.
  • Visual Pattern Recognition, (Peter C. Dodwell, Ed.), New York: Reinholt and Winston, 1970.
  • Held, Richard; and Bossom, Joseph. Neonatal deprivation and adult rearrangement: complementary techniques for analyzing plastic sensory-motor coordination. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1961, 54, 33-37.

Included in:

  • Perceptual Learning and Adaptation. (P.C. Dodwell, Ed.), Drayton, England, Penguin Books, 1969.
  • Held, Richard. Sensory deprivation. Journal of Nervous Mental Diseases, 1962, 134, 187-190.
  • Hein, Alan; and Held, Richard. A neural model for labile sensorimotor coordination. Biological Prototypes & Synthetic Systems. New York: Plenum Press, 1962, 71-74.
  • Held, Richard. Adaptation to rearrangement and visual-spatial aftereffects. Psychologische Beitrage. Sonderdruck Aus, Band VI, Heft 3/4, 1962, 439-450.
  • Held, Richard. Motor-Sensory Feedback and the Geometry of Visual Space. Science, August 23, 1963.
  • Held, Richard; and Hein, Alan. Movement-produced stimulation in the development of visually guided behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1963, 56, 872-876.

Also included in:

  • Contemporary Issues in Developmental Psychology (N.E. Endler, L.R. Boulter, and H. Osser, Eds.), New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1968.
  • Perceptual Learning and Adaptation (P.C. Dodwell, Ed.), Drayton, England: Penguin Books, 1969.
  • General Psychology (C.D. Spielberger, R. Fox, and B. Masterton, Eds.), New York: Ronald Press, 1968.
  • General and Experiential Factors in Perception (R.A. McCleary, Ed.), New York: Ronald Press, 1968.
  • Introduction to Psychology (R.A. King, Ed.), New York, McGraw-Hill, 1971.
  • Psychology Adapted Readings (J. Kagan & M. Haith, Eds.), New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1971.
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  • Held, Richard. Movement-produced stimulation is important in prism-induced after-effects: a reply to Hochberg. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1963, 16, 746.
  • Held, Richard; and Rekosh, Jerold. Motor-sensory feedback and the geometry of visual space. Science, 1963, 143, 722-723.
  • Held, Richard. Localized normalization of tilted lines. American Journal of Psychology, 1963, 76, 146-148.
  • Held, Richard; and Freedman, Sanford J. Plasticity in human sensorimotor control. Science, 1963, 142, 455-462.

Also in:

  • Modern Systems Research for the Behavioral Scientist. (W. Buckley, Ed.), Chicago: Aldin Publishing, 1968.
  • Held, Richard. The role of movement in the origin and maintenance of visual perception. Acta Psychologica,1964, 23, 308-309.
  • White, Burton L.; Castle, Peter; and Held, Richard. Observations on the development of visually-directed reaching. Child Development, 1964, 35, 349-364.

Also in:

  • Exceptional Infant: The Normal Infant, Volume I, Seattle, Washington: Special Child Publications, 1967.
  • Held, Richard; and Mikaelian, Harutune. Motor-sensory feedback versus need in adaptation to rearrangement. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1964, 18, 685-688.
  • Held, Richard; and Schlank, Melvin. An attempt that failed to reproduce a study of disarranged eye-hand coordination. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1964, 19, 301.
  • Mikaelian, Harutune; and Held, Richard. Two types of adaptation to an optically-rotated visual field. American Journal of Psychology, 1964, 77, 257-263.
  • Held, Richard. Our understanding of perception. Tech Review, 1964, 67, 1-3.
  • Hochberg, Julian; and Held, Richard. Non-visual components in visual form perception. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1964, 18, 559-560.
  • Held, Richard; Direction of Gaze and Visually Guided Movements. Colloques de L’Institut National de La Sante Et De La Recherche Medicale, La Fonction Du Regard – The Function of Gaze (Extrait),1965.
  • Held, Richard; The Role of Movement in the Origin and Maintenance of Visual Perception.  Acta Psychologica (European Journal of Psychology), Volume XXIII, Proceedings of the XXVII International Congress of Psychology, 1965. 
  • Held, Richard. Object and effigy. In: Structure in Art and in Science, (G. Kepes, Ed.), New York: Braziller, 1965, 42-54.
  • Haynes, Harold; White, Burton L.; and Held, Richard. Visual accommodation in human infants. Science, 1965, 148, 528-530.
  • Held, Richard. Plasticity in sensory-motor systems. Scientific American, 1965, 213, 89-94.

Also in:

  • Srodowsko A Zycie Psychicne. (Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe), Warsaw, Poland, 1969.
  • Held, Richard; Efstathiou, Aglaia; and Greene, Martha. Adaptation to displaced and delayed visual feedback from the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1966, 72, 887-891.
  • White, Burton L.; and Held, Richard. Plasticity of sensorimotor development. In: The Causes of Behavior: Readings in Child Development and Educational Psychology (J. Rosenblith and W. Allinsmith, Eds.), Allyn & Bacon, 1966 (second edition), 291-313.

Also in:

  • The Child: A Book of Readings. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969.
  • Held, Richard. Plasticity in sensorimotor coordination. Paper in 18th International Congress, Moscow, August, 1966.
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Also in:

  • Proceedings of The Neuropsychology of Spatially Oriented Behavior, Chapter 4, (S.J. Freedman, Ed.), Homewood, Illinois: Dorsey Press, 1968.
  • Weene, Paul; and Held, Richard. Changes in perceived size of angle as a function of orientation in the frontal plane. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1966, 71, 55-59.
  • Hein, Alan; and Held, Richard. Dissociation of the visual placing response into elicited and guided components. Science, 1967, 158, 390-392
  • Held, Richard; and Bauer, Joseph A. Visually guided reaching in infant monkeys after restricted reaching. Science, 1967, 155, 718-720.
  • Efstathiou, Aglaia; Bauer, Joseph A.; Greene, Martha; and Held, Richard. Altered reaching following adaptation to optical displacement of the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1967, 73, 113-120.
  • Held, Richard; and Hein, Alan. On the modifiability of form perception. In: Symposium on Models for Perception of Speech and Visual Form, (J.C. Mott-Smith, W. Wathen-Dunn, H. Blum and P. Lieberman, Eds.), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1967, 296-304.
  • Held, Richard; Dissociation of Visual Functions by Deprivation and Rearrangement. Psychologische Forschung, Volume 31, Number 1 and 4, (1967/68); Locating and Identifying Two Modes of Visual Processing: A Symposium.
  • Held, Richard. Action contingent development of vision in neonatal animals. In: Experience and Capacity, (D.P. Kimble, Ed.), New York: New York Academy of Science, 1968.
  • Held, Richard. Dissociation of visual functions by deprivation and rearrangement.Psychologische Forschung, 1968, 31, 338-348. (As part of a symposium, Locating and Identifying: Two Modes of Visual Processing.)
  • Steinbach, Martin J.; and Held, Richard. Eye tracking of observer-generated target movements.Science, 1968, 161, 187-188.
  • Held, Richard. Review of Nature of Perceptual Adaptation by Irvin Rock.Journal of Optical Society of America, 1969, 59, 365.
  • Bauer, Joseph A.; Woods, Gordon D.; and Held, Richard. A device for rapid recording of positioning responses in two dimensions. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 1969, 1, 157-159.
  • Hein, Alan; Held, Richard; and Gower, Ellen C. Development and segmentation of visually-controlled movement by selective exposure during rearing. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1970, 73, 181-187.
  • Held, Richard. Chapter in volume 2, Genetic and Experiential Factors in Perception. Physiological psychology series by Scott, Foresman and Company, (R.A. McCleary, Ed.), Glenview, Illinois, 1970, 25-45.
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  • Held, Richard. Introduction to Reflex Action by Franklyn Fearing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1970, v-ix.
  • Graybiel, Ann M.; and Held, Richard. Prismatic adaptation under scotopic and photopic conditions.Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1970, 85, 16-22.
  • Held, Richard. Two modes of processing spatially distributed visual stimuli. In:The Neurosciences: Second Study Program, (F.O. Schmitt, Ed.), New York: The Rockefeller Press, 1970, 317-324.
  • Hardt, Martha E.; Held, Richard; and Steinbach, Martin J. Adaptation to displaced vision: a change in the central control of sensorimotor coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1971, 89, 229-239.
  • Held, Richard. Vision and movement. In: Visual Science: Proceedings of the First International Conference, (J.R. Pierce and J.R. Levene, Eds.) Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1971, 197-204.
  • Held, Richard; and Shattuck, Stefanie R. Color and edge sensitive channels in the human visual system. Science, 1971, 174, 314-315.
  • Held, Richard. Visually guided movements. In: La Fonction du Regard, (A.D. Poulsen, G.C. Lairy, and A. Remond, Eds.), Inserm, Paris, 1971, 69-83.
  • Dichgans, Johannes; Held, Richard; Young, Laurence R.; and Brandt, Thomas. Moving visual scenes influence the apparent direction of gravity. Science, 1972, 178, 1217-1219.
  • Foley, John M.; and Held, Richard. Visually directed pointing as a function of target distance, direction, and available cues. Perception and Psychophysics, 1972, 12, 263-268.
  • Held, Richard; and Richards, Whitman. Introduction to Perception: Mechanisms and Models. Readings from Scientific American. W. H. Freeman & Company: San Francisco, CA, 1972.
  • Brandt, Thomas; Dichgans, Johannes; and Held, Richard. Optokinesis affects body posture and the subjective visual vertical. Pflugers Archiv. Ges. Physiol., 1973, 339, Supplement, r97.
  • Poppel, Ernst; Held, Richard; and Frost, Douglas. Residual visual functions after brain wound involving the central visual pathways in man. Nature, 1973, 243, 295-296.
  • Held, Richard. Introductory lecture to session ii: development of spatially coordinated movements. Brain Research, 1974, 71, 247-248.
  • Held, Richard; and Bauer, Joseph A. Development of sensorially-guided reaching in infant monkeys. Brain Research, 1974, 71, 265-271.
  • Held, Richard. Introduction to Image, Object and Illusion, Readings from Scientific American. San Francisco, CA, W. H. Freeman & Company, 1974.
  • Bauer, Joseph A.; and Held, Richard. Comparison of visually-guided reaching in normal and deprived infant monkeys. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 1975, 1 (4), 298-308.
  • Leehey, Susan Cohen; Moskowitz-Cook, Ann; Brill, Sarah; and Held, Richard. Orientational anisotropy in infant vision. Science, 1975, 190 (4217), 900-902.
  • Dichgans, Johannes; Brandt, Thomas; and Held, Richard. The role of vision in gravitational orientation. In: Mechanisms of Spatial Perception and Orientation as Related to Gravity, H. Schone (Ed.), Fortschritte der Zoologie, 1975, 255-263.
  • Held, Richard; Dichgans, Johannes; and Bauer, Joseph A. Characteristics of moving visual scenes influencing spatial orientation. Vision Research, 1975, 15 (3), 357-365.
  • Shattuck, Stefanie; and Held, Richard. Color and edge sensitive channels converge on stereo-depth analyzers. Vision Research, 1975, 15 (2), 309-311.
  • Held, Richard. Single vision with doubled images: an historic problem. In: Vision and Artifact, Mary Henle (Ed.). New York: Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1976, 5-18.
  • Held, Richard; and Richards, Whitman. Introductions to Recent Progress in Perception. Readings from Scientific American. San Francisco, CA: W. H. Freeman & Co.; 1976.
  • Held, Richard. Is looking seeing? (A review of Infant Perception: From Sensation to Cognition. Basic Visual Processes, Vol. 1, L.B. Cohen and P. Salpatek (Eds.), New York: Academic Press, 1975.) In: Contemporary Psychology, 1977, 22(1), 12-13.
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  • Held, Richard. Early deprivation and meridional variation in visual acuity. In: Neuroscience Research Program Bulletin, "Neuronal Mechanisms in Visual Perception," (J. Dowling, R. Held, and E. Poppel, Eds.), 1977, 15, (3), 467-469.
  • Held, Richard. The locus of color-edge processing. In: Neuroscience Research Program Bulletin. "Neuronal mechanisms in visual perception" (J. Dowling, R. Held, and E. Poppel, Eds.), 1977, 15 (3), 436-439.
  • Kavadellas, Anastasios and Held, Richard. Monocularity of color-contingent tilt aftereffects. Perception and Psychophysics, 1977, 21 (1), 12-14.
  • Held, Richard. Concluding remarks. In: Neurosciences Research Program Bulletin. "Neuronal mechanisms in visual perception" (J. Dowling, R. Held and E. Poppel, Eds.), 1977, 15(3), 489-491.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Brill, Sarah; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Infant visual acuity and its meridional variation. Vision Research, 1978, 18, 1557-1564.
  • Held, Richard. Development of visual acuity in normal and astigmatic infants. In: Frontiers in Visual Science (S.J. Cool and E.L. Smith, III, Eds.), New York: Springer-Verlag, 1978, 712-719.
  • Held, Richard. Perception processing capabilities and their development. In: Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, "Interrelations of the Communicative Senses," 1978, 263-274.
  • Mohindra, Indra; Held, Richard; Gwiazda, Jane; and Brill, Sarah. Astigmatism in infants. Science, 1978, 202, 329-331.
  • Owens, D. Alfred; and Held, Richard. The development of ocular accommodation. Cahiers de l'Orthoptie III, R. Pigassou-Albuoy (Ed.). Tooulouse: A.F.I.M., 1978, 11-23.
  • Finke, Ronald; and Held, Richard. State reversals of optically induced tilt and torsional eye movements. Perception and Psychophysics, 23 (4), 1978, 337-340.
  • Held, R.; Leibowitz, H.W.; and Teuber, H-L (Eds.). Perception (Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Volume VIII), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1978.
  • Bauer, Joseph A.; Owens, D. Alfred; Thomas, Joseph S.; and Held, Richard. Monkeys show an oblique effect. Perception, 1979, 8, 247-253.
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  • Held, Richard; and Hans-Lukas, Teuber. Neuropsychologia, 1979, 17, 117-118.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Brill, Sarah; and Held, Richard. New methods for testing infant vision. The Sightsaving Review, 1979, 49, 61-69.
  • Held, Richard. Development of visual resolution. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1979, 33, 213-221.
  • Held, Richard; Gwiazda, Jane; Brill, Sarah; Mohindra, Indra; and Wolfe, Jeremy. Infant visual acuity is underestimated because near threshold gratings are not preferentially fixated. Vision Research, 1979, 19, 1377-1379.
  • Mohindra, Indra; Jacobson, Samuel G.; Thomas, Joseph; and Held, Richard. Development of amblyopia in infants. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the U.K., 1979, 99, 344-346.
  • Thomas, Joseph; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Strabismic amblyopia in infants. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 1979, 56 (3), 197-201.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Eye torsion and visual tilt are mediated by different binocular processes. Vision Research, 1979, 19, 917-920.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Wolfe, Jeremy; Brill, Sarah; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Quick assessment of preferential looking acuity in infants. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 1980, 57, 420-427.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Brill, Sarah; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Preferential looking acuity in infants from two to fifty-eight weeks of age. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 1980, 57, 428-432.
  • Held, Richard; Birch, Eileen E.; and Gwiazda, Jane. Stereoacuity of human infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 1980, 77, 5572-5574.
  • Owens, D. Alfred; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. The effectiveness of a retinoscope beam as an accommodative stimulus. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1980, 19, 942-949.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Cyclopean stimulation can influence sensation of self-motion in normal and stereoblind subjects. Perception and Psychophysics, 1980, 28, 139-142.
  • Held, Richard. The rediscovery of adaptability in the visual system. In: Visual Coding and Adaptability, (C.S. Harris, Ed.), Hillside, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1980, 69-94.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Birch, Eileen E.; and Held, Richard. Le development de la vision chez l'enfant. La Recherche, 1981, 128, 1348-1353.

Also appeared as:

  • "El Desarrollo de la Vision en El Nino." Munde Cientifico, 1981, 2 (11), 120-125.
  • Held, Richard. Development of acuity in infants with normal and anomalous visual experience. In: Development of Perception (Volume 2), (R.N. Aslin, J.R. Alberts, and M.R. Petersen, Eds.), New York: Academic Press, 1981, 279-296.
  • Held, Richard. New methods of refracting and testing the visual resolution of infants. In: Clinical Applications of Visual Psychophysics (L.M. Proenza, J.M. Enoch, and A. Jampolsky, Eds.), New York: Cambridge University Press, 1981, 121-129.
  • Jacobson, Samuel G., Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Development of visual acuity in infants with congenital cataracts. British Journal of Ophthalmology 1981, 65, 727-735.
  • Jacobson, Samuel G.; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Age of onset of amblyopia in infants with esotropia. Documenta Ophthalmologica, Proceedings Series, 1981, 30, 210-216.
  • Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Refractions in humans from birth to five years. Documenta Ophthalmologica, Proceedings Series, 1981, 28, 19-27.
  • Merker, Bjorn; and Held, Richard. Eye torsion and the apparent horizon under head tilt and visual field rotation. Vision Research, 1981, 21, 543-547.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. A purely binocular mechanism in human vision. Vision Research, 1981, 21, 1755-1759.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; Held, Richard; and Bauer, Joseph A. A binocular contribution to the production of optokinetic nystagmus in normal and stereoblind subjects. Vision Research, 1981, 21, 587-590.
  • Birch, Eileen E.; Gwiazda, Jane; and Held, Richard. Stereoacuity development for crossed and uncrossed disparities in human infants. Vision Research, 1982, 22, 507-513.
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  • Held, Richard. Visual development: from resolution to perception. In: Perspectives on Mental Representations: Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Cognitive Processes and Capacities, (J. Mehler, E. Walker, & M. Garrett, Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1982, 339-407.
  • Jacobson, Samuel G.; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Visual acuity of infants with ocular diseases. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 1982, 93, 198-209.
  • Naegele, Janice R.; and Held, Richard. The postnatal development of monocular optokinetic nystagmus in infants. Vision Research, 1982, 22, 341-346.
  • Held, Richard; Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stefanie; and Moskowitz, Anne. Color-contingent tilt aftereffect: spatial frequency specificity. Vision Research, 1982, 22, 811-817.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Binocular adaptation that cannot be measured monocularly./i> Perception, 1982, 11, 287-295.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Gravity and the tilt aftereffect.Vision Research, 1982, 22, 1075-1078.
  • Birch, Eileen E.; and Held, Richard. The development of binocular summation in human infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1983, 24, 1103-1107.
  • Birch, Eileen E.; Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph A.; Naegele, Janice; and Held, Richard. Visual acuity and its meridional variations in children aged 7 to 60 months. Vision Research, 1983, 23, 1019-1024.
  • Birch, Eileen; Gwiazda, Jane; and Held, Richard. The development of vergence does not account for the onset of stereopsis. Perception, 1983, 12, 331-336.
  • Jacobson, Samuel G.; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Monocular visual form deprivation in human infants. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 1983, 55, 199-211.
  • Jacobson, Samuel G.; Mohindra, Indra; Held, Richard; Dryja, T.P.; and Albert, D.M. Visual acuity development in tyrosinase negative oculocutaneous albinism. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 1983, 56, 337.
  • Mohindra, Indra; Jacobson, Samuel G.; and Held, Richard. Binocular vision form deprivation in human infants. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 1983, 55, 237-249.
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  • Mohindra, Indra; Jacobson, Samuel G.; Zwaan, Johan; and Held, Richard. Psychophysical assessment of visual acuity in infants with visual disorders. Behavioral Brain Research, 1983, 10, 51-58.
  • Naegele, Janice R.; and Held, Richard. The development of optokinetic nystagmus and the effects of abnormal visual experience during infancy. In: Spatially Oriented Behavior (M. Jeannerod and A. Hein, Eds.) Springer-Verlag, 1983.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; Gwiazda, Jane; and Held, Richard. The meaning of non-monotonic psychometric functions in the assessment of infant preferential looking acuity. Vision Research, 1983, 23, 917-920.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Shared characteristics of stereopsis and the purely binocular process. Vision Research, 1983, 23, 217-227.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Scheiman, Mitchell; and Held, Richard. Anisotropic resolution in children's vision. Vision Research, 1984, 24, 527-531.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Scheiman, Mitchell; Mohindra, Indra; and Held, Richard. Astigmatism in children: changes in axis and amount from birth to six years. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1984, 25, 88-92.
  • Shimojo, Shinsuke; Birch, Eileen E.; Gwiazda, Jane; and Held, Richard. Development of vernier acuity in infants. Vision Research, 1984, 24, 721-728.
  • Shimojo, Shinsuke; and Held, Richard. Development of visual acuities in infants. Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 1984, 2, 1-16.
  • Finke, Ronald A.; Pankratov, Michail; and Held, Richard. Dissociations between perceptual and oculomotor effects induced by rotating visual displays. In: Festschrift for Ivo Kohler: Sensory Experience, Adaptation and Perception, (B. Wooten & L. Spillmann, Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1984, 303-316.
  • Birch, Eileen E.; Shimojo, Shinsuke; and Held, Richard. Preferential-looking assessment of fusion and stereopsis in infants aged 1 to 6 months. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1985, 26, 366-370.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Mohindra, Indra; Brill, Sarah; and Held, Richard. Infant astigmatism and meridional amblyopia. Vision Research, 1985, 25, (9), 1269-1276.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Mohindra, Indra; Brill, Sarah; and Held, Richard. The development of visual acuity in infant astigmats. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1985, 26 (12), 1717-1723.
  • Held, Richard. Binocular vision - behavioral and neuronal development. In: Neonate Cognition: Beyond the Blooming, Buzzing Confusion. (Jacques Mehler and Robin Fox, Eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1985, 37-44.
  • Mohindra, Indra; Zwaan, Johan; Held, Richard; Brill, Sarah; and Zwaan, Fransje. Development of acuity and stereopsis in infants with esotropia. Ophthalmology 1985, 92 (5), 691-697.
  • Comerford, James P.; Perryman, Steve; Pruszenski, Amy; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Assessment of lateral interaction across the visual field using Hermann grid contrast thresholds. The New England College of Optometry, 1985.

Also:

  • an abstract presented by Frank Thorn at Proceedings of 3rd International Symposium on Presbyopia, March, 1985.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph A.; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Meridional amblyopia does result from astigmatism in early childhood. Clinical Vision Sciences, 1986, 1 (2), 145-152.
  • Held, Richard. Visual development, infant. Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 1986.
  • Shimojo, Shinsuke; and Bauer, Joseph A.; O'Connell, Kathleen M.; and Held, Richard. Pre-stereoptic binocular vision in infants. Vision Research, 1986, 26 (3), 501-510.
  • Shimojo, Shinsuke; and Held, Richard. Vernier acuity is less than grating acuity in 2 and 3 month olds. Vision Research, 1987, 27 (1), 77-86.
  • Thorn, Frank; Held, Richard; and Fang, Li-Luo. Orthogonal astigmatic axes in Chinese and Caucasian infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1987, 28, 191-194.
  • Bauer, Joseph A.; Thorn, Frank; Heath, David; Doyle, Allan; and Held, Richard. Adaptation of dynamic distortions induced by Varilux II progressive addition lenses. In: Presbyopia - Recent Research and Reviews from the Third International Symposium, (L. Stark, G. Obrecht, Eds.), New York: Fairchild Publications, 1987.
  • Clifton, Rachel K.; Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph A.; Clarkson, Marsha G.; and Held, Richard. Growth in head size during infancy: implications for sound localization. Developmental Psychology, 1988, 24 (4), 477-483.
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  • Held, Richard. Normal visual development and its deviations. Presented at the Wenner-Gren International Symposium on 'Strabismus and Amblyopia,' June 1987, In: Strabismus and Amblyopia, (Lennerstrand, Von Noorden, Campos, Eds.), Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series, 1988, volume 49, 247-257.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph A.; and Held, Richard. Binocular function in human infants: correlation of stereoptic and fusion-rivalry discriminations. Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 1989, 26 (3), 128-132.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; A.; and Held, Richard. From visual acuity to hyperacuity: a ten-year update. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1989, 43 (2).
  • Held, Richard. Development of cortically mediated visual processes in human infants. In: Neurobiology of Early Infant Behavior (von Euler, Forssberg, Lagercrantz, Eds.), MacMillan Press, Inc., Great Britain, 1989, 155-164.
  • Held, Richard. Perception and its neuronal mechanisms. The Biology of Cognition, (a special issue of) Cognition, 1989, 33, 139-154.
  • Held, Richard. On the development of human vision. In: Proceedings of Yakult International Symposium 1990, 41-48, Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich Japan, Inc.
  • Van Sluyters, Richard C.; Atkinson, Janette; Banks, Martin S.; Held, Richard; Hoffman, K. Peter; and Shatz, Carla J. The development of vision and visual perception. In: Visual Perception: The Neurophysiological Foundations (L. Spillmann, J. Werner, Eds.), Academic Press, 1990, 349-379.
  • Held, Richard. Correlation and decorrelation between visual displays and motor output. In: Motion Sickness, Visual Displays, and Armored Vehicle Design, Proceedings of a Conference, Aberdeen, MD, April, 1990.
  • Held, Richard. Introduction to part five of "Images and Thought" in: Images and Understanding (Blakemore, Barlow, Weston-Smith, Eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 255-256, 1990.

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  • Presented at the Rank Prize Funds Symposium, London, England, October, 1986.
  • Held, Richard. Development of binocular vision and stereopsis. In: Binocular Vision, Volume 9 of "Vision and Visual Dysfunction" (J. Cronly-Dillon, Ed.), MacMillan Press Ltd, London, 1991, 170-178.
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  • Held, Richard; and Durlach, Nathaniel. Telepresence, time delay, and adaptation. In: Pictorial Communication in Virtual and Real Environments, (S. Ellis, M. Kaiser, A. Grunwald, Eds.), Taylor & Francis, Ltd., London, 1993, 232-246.

Also:

  • Spatial Displays and Spatial Instruments, NASA Conference Publication #10032, (S. Ellis, M.K. Kaiser, A. Grunwald, Eds.), 1989, 28/1-28/16.
  • Held, Richard. Visual interfaces: the human perceiver. In: Human Machine Interfaces for Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. Compiled by Durlach, Sheridan, Ellis. NASA Conference Publication #10071, 1991, 5-6.
  • Held, Richard. Correlating perceptual and neuronal development. In: Analytic Approaches to Human Cognition (Alegria, Holender, de Morais and Radeau, Eds.), 19-23, Elsevier Science Publishers, 1992.
  • Durlach, N.I; Held, R.M.; and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. "Super auditory localization displays," Society for Information Display International Symposium Digest of Technical Papers XXIII, Boston, MA, 17-22 May, 1992, 98-101 (peer-reviewed).
  • Held, Richard; and Durlach, Nathaniel. Telepresence. Presence, 1992, 1 (1), 109-112.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Shifts in tonic accommodation after near work are related to refractive errors in children. J. Ophthalmic & Physiologic Optics, April 1993.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Shifts in tonic accommodation after near work are related to refractive errors in children. J. Ophthalmic & Physiologic Optics, April 1993.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Thorn, Frank; Bauer, Joseph; and Held, Richard. Emmetropization and the progression of manifest refraction in children followed from infancy to puberty. Clinical Vision Sciences, 1993, 8 (4), 337-344.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Thorn, Frank; Bauer, Joseph; and Held, Richard. Myopic children show insufficient accommodative response to blur. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1993, 34 (3), 690-694.
  • Held, Richard. Development of Binocular Vision Revisited. In: Brain Development and Cognition: A Reader, (M. H. Johnson, Ed.), Oxford University Press, 1993.
  • Held, Richard. Two Stages in the Development of Binocular Vision and Eye Alignment. In: Early Visual Development: Normal and Abnormal, (K. Simons, Ed.), Committee on Vision, National Research Council, Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 1993.
  • Held, Richard. What can rates of development tell us about underlying mechanisms? In: Visual Perception and Cognition in Infancy (C. Granrud, Ed.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, 1993, 75-89.
  • Durlach, D.; Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.; and Held, R. "Super auditory localization I. General background," Presence, 1993, 2, 89-103.
  • Durlach, Nathaniel I.; Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.; and Held, Richard. Supernormal auditory localization. Presence, 1993, 2, 89-103.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Thorn, Frank; Bauer, Joseph; and Held, Richard. Myopic children show insufficient accommodative response to blur. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 34 (3), 690-694, 1993.
  • Held, Richard; Thorn, Frank; Gwiazda, Jane; and Bauer, Joseph. Development of binocularity and its sexual differentiation. In: Infant Vision. From the 4th Child Vision Research Society Meeting on Infant Vision held in Lyon in July 1993. Oxford University Press, (Vital-Durand, F. Ed.).
  • Held, Richard. The Development of Binocular Vision, In: Principles and Practice of Ophthalmology: Basic Sciences, (D. M. Albert and F. A. Jakobiec, Eds.), W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1994.
  • Thorn, Frank; Gwiazda, Jane; Cruz, Antonio; Bauer, Joseph; and Held, Richard. The development of eye alignment, convergence, and sensory binocularity in young infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1994, 35 (2), 544-553.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. A dynamic relationship between myopia and blur-driven accommodation in school-aged children. Vision Research, 1994, 35, 1299-1304.
  • Held, Richard. The inferential model of motion perception during self-motion cannot apply at constant velocity. Comments on “Motion perception during self-motion: the direct versus inferential controversy revisited” by Alexander H. Wertheim. Behavorial and Brain Sciences, 1994, 17, 320-321.
  • Held, Richard; Leibowitz, Herschel. The Significance of Vection: Thoughts Provoked by Gunnar Johansson's Studies on Visual Perception of Locomotion. In: Perceiving Events and Objects. A Review of Gunnar Johansson's Research with Commentaries, (G. Jansson, Ed.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994, 449-454.
  • Thorn, F., Gwiazda, J., Cruz, A. A. V., Bauer, J. A., & Held, R. The development of eye alignment, convergence, and sensory binocularity in young infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1994, 35 (2), 544-553.
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  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Shifts in tonic accommodation after near work are related to refractive errors in children, J. Ophthalmic & Physiologic Optics, 1995, 15, 93-97.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Bauer, J.; Thorn, F.; and Held, R. Shifts in tonic accommodation after near work are related to refractive errors in children. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 1995, 15 (2), 93-97.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Bauer, J.; Thorn, F.; and Held, R. A dynamic relationship between myopia and blur-driven accommodation in school-aged children. Vision Research, 1995, 35 (9), 1299-1304.
  • Thorn, F.; Gwiazda J.; and Held, R. Using near retinoscopy to refract infants. In: Infant Vision. (F. Vital-Durand, Ed.), Oxford University Press, 1996, 113-124.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; Grice, K.; and Bauer, J. Myopic children and esophoria under-accommodate at near. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1996, 37 (3).
  • Held, Richard. The Development of Binocular Vision. In: Principles and Practices of Ophthalmology: Basic Sciences, (D. M. Albert and F. A. Jakobiec, Eds.), W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, in press.
  • Gwiazda, Jane; Bauer, Joseph; Thorn, Frank; and Held, Richard. Prediction of myopia in children. In Infant Vision, Oxford University Press (Vital-Durand, F. Ed.), 1997.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Bauer, J.; Thorn, F.; and Held, R. Development of spatial contrast sensitivity from infancy to adulthood: Psychophysical data. Optometry and Vision Science, 1997, 74 (10), 785-789.
  • Fang, L.; Bauer, J.; Held, R.; and Gwiazda, J. The oblique effect in Chinese infants and adults. Optometry and Vision Science, 1997, 74 (10), 816-821.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Grice, K.; Held, R.; Thorn, F.; and Bauer, J. Insufficient accommodation and near esophoria: Precursors or concomitants of juvenile-onset myopia. T. Tokoro (Ed.), Myopia Updates: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Myopia, Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 1997, 92-97.
  • Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.; Durlach, N.I.; and Held, R.M. "Adapting to supernormal auditory localization cues II: Constraints on adaptation of mean responses," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1998, 103, 3667-3676.
  • Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.; Durlach, N.I.; and Held, R. "Adapting to supernormal auditory localization cues 1: Bias and resolution," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1998, 103, 3656-3666.
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  • Thorn, F.; Grice, K.; Held, R.; and Gwiazda, J. Myopia: nature, nurture, and the blur hypothesis. L.L.-K. Lin, Y.-F. Shih, P.T. Hung (Eds.), Myopia Updates II: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Myopia, 1998, 89-94.
  • Ong, E.; Grice, K.; Held, R.; Thorn, F.; and Gwiazda, J. Effects of spectacle intervention on the progression of myopia in children. Optometry and Vision Science, 1999, 76, 363-369.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Ong, E.; Held, R.; and Thorn, F. Myopia and ambient night-time lighting. Nature, 2000, 404 (6774), 144.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Grice, K.; Held, R.; McLellan, J.; and Thorn, F. Astigmatism and the development of myopia in children. Vision Research, 2000, 40, 1019-1026.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Ong, E.; Held, R.; Thorn, F. Myopia in children is not associated with night-time lighting in infancy. Myopia 2000: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Myopia, 2000.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Ong, E.; Held, R.; Thorn, F. Vision - Myopia and ambient night-time lighting. Nature, 2000, 404:144.
  • He, J.C.; Gwiazda, J.E.; Held, R.; Thorn, F.; Ong, E.; Marran, L. Wave-front aberrations in the eye of myopic and emmetropic school children and young adults. Myopia 2000: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Myopia, 2000.
  • Thorn, F.; He, J.C.; Thom, S.; Held, R.; Gwiazda, J. The vision of myopic children: How wave-front aberrations alter the retinal image of school book text. Myopia 2000: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Myopia, 2000.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Grice, K.; Held, R.; McLellan, J.; and Thorn F. Astigmatism and the development of myopia in children. Vision Research, 2000, 40 (8), 1019-1026.
  • DiZio, P.; Held, R.M.; Lackner, J.R.; Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.; and Durlach, N.I. "Gravitoinertial force magnitude and direction influence head-centric auditory localization," Journal of Neurophysiology, 2001, 85, 2455-2460.
  • He, J. C.; Sun, P.; Held, R.; Thorn, F.; Sun, X.; Gwiazda, J. E. Wave-front aberrations in eyes of emmetropic and moderately myopic school children and young adults. Vision Research, 2002, 42 (8), 1063-1070.
  • Thorn, F.; Thorn S. J.; He, J.; Held, R.; and Gwiazda, J. How do optical aberrations and defocus affect retinal images. Journal of Vision, 2002, 2 (7).
  • He, J.C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R. Wave-front aberrations in the anterior corneal surface and the whole eye. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 2003, 20, 1155-1163.
  • He, J.C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; and Huang W. Change in corneal shape and corneal wave-front aberrations with accommodation. Journal of Vision. 2003, 3, 456-463.
  • Held, R.; Thorn, F.; McLellan, J.; Grice, K.; Gwiazda, J. Early astigmatism contributes to the oblique effect and creates its Chinese-Caucasian difference. In Visual Perception: The influence of H.W. Leibowitz. (J. Andre, D.A. Owens, L.O. Harvey, Eds.), American Psychological Association Press, Washington, D.C., 2003.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Vera-Diaz, F.; Held, R.; and Thorn, F. Refractive error-dependent differences in accommodation after blur adaptation. Journal of Vision, 2003, 3 (12).
  • Held, Richard. The Development of Binocular Vision, In: Principles and Practice of Ophthalmology: Basic Sciences, (D. M. Albert and F. A. Jakobiec, Eds.), W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1994.
  • He, J. C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; and Huang, W. Change in corneal shape and corneal wave-front aberrations with accommodation. Journal of Vision, 2003, 3 (7), 456-463.
  • Vera-Diaz, F.; Gwiazda, J.; Held, R.; Thorn, F. Accommodation after adaptation to image blur in myopes and emmetropes. Journal of Vision, 2004, 4, 1111-1119.
  • Held, Richard. The inferential model of motion perception during self-motion cannot apply at constant velocity. Comments on “Motion perception during self-motion: the direct versus inferential controversy revisited” by Alexander H. Wertheim. Behavorial and Brain Sciences, 1994, 17, 320-321.
  • Vera-Diaz, F. A.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; and Held, R. Increased accommodation following adaptation to image blue in myopes. Journal of Vision, 2004, 4 (12), 1111-1119.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R. Accommodation, accommodative convergence, and response AC/A ratios before and at the onset of myopia in children. Optometry and Vision Science, 2005, 82, 273-278.
  • He, J.C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; and Vera-Diaz, F. The association of wave-front aberration and accommodative lag in myopes. Journal of Vision, 2005, 45, 285-290.
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  • Thorn, F.; Gwiazda, J.; Held, R. Myopia progression is specified by a double exponential growth function. Optometry and Vision Science, 2005, 82, 286-297.
  • Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; and Held, R. Accommodation, accommodative convergence, and response AC/A ratios before and at the onset of myopia in children. Optometry and Vision Science, 2005, 82 (4), 273-278.
  • He, J. C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; and Vera-Diaz, F. A. Erratum: The association of wave-front aberration and accommodative lag in myopes (Vision Research (2005) 45 (285-290) DOI: 10.1016/J. visres.2004.08.027). Vision Research, 2005, 45 (18), 2470.
  • He, J. C.; Gwiazda, J.; Thorn, F.; Held, R.; and Vera-Diaz, F. A. The association of wave-front aberration and accommodative lag in myopes. Vision Research, 2005, 45, 285-290.
  • Thorn, F.; Gwiazda, J.; and Held, R. Myopia progression is specified by a double exponential growth function. Optometry and Vision Science, 2005, 82 (4), 286-297.
  • Held, R.; Ostrovsky, Y.; deGelder, B.; Gandhi, T.; Ganesh, S.; Mathur, U.; and Sinha, P. Newly sighted cannot match seen and felt. Nature Neuroscience, 2011, 14, 551-553.
  • Sinha, P. and Held, R. Sight-restoration. F1000 Journal, 2012, Med. Rep. 4:17.
  • Sinha, P.; Wulff, J.; and Held, R. Establishing cross-modal mappings: Empirical and Computational Investigations. In: "The Unity of the Senses," (Christopher Hill and David Vennett, Eds.), MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, 2014.
  • Sinha, P.; Kjelgaard, M. M.; Gandhi, T. K.; Tsourides, K.; Cardinauz, A. L.; Pantazis, D.; Diamond, S. P.; and Held R. Autism as a disorder of prediction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2014, vol. 111 (42), 15220-15225.