VISION/VISUAL MOTOR

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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. 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; 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.
  • Steinbach, Martin J.; and Held, Richard. Eye tracking of observer-generated target movements. Science, 1968, 161, 187-188.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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. Introduction to Image, Object and Illusion, Readings from Scientific American.San Francisco, CA, W.H. Freeman & Company, 1974.
  • 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. 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.
  • 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.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Shared characteristics of stereopsis and the purely binocular process. Vision Research, 1983, 23, 217-227.
  • 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.
  • 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; 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; Motor-Sensory Feedback and the Geometry of Visual Space. Science, August 23, 1963.