VISUAL ADAPTATION

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  • Held, Richard; and White, Burton L. Sensory deprivation and visual speed: an analysis. Science, 1959 , 130, 860-861.
  • Freedman, Sanford J.; and Held, Richard. Sensory deprivation and perceptual lag. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1960, 11, 277-280.
  • Held, Richard. Adaptation to rearrangement and visual-spatial aftereffects. Psychologische Beitrage. Sonderdruck Aus, Band VI, Heft 3/4, 1962, 439-450.
  • Held, Richard; and Rekosh, Jerold. Motor-sensory feedback and the geometry of visual space. Science, 1963, 143, 722-723.
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  • Held, Richard. Localized normalization of tilted lines. American Journal of Psychology, 1963, 76, 146-148.
  • 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.
  • Held, Richard; and Shattuck, Stefanie R. Color and edge sensitive channels in the human visual system. Science, 1971, 174, 314-315.
  • Shattuck, Stefanie; and Held, Richard. Color and edge sensitive channels converge on stereo-depth analyzers. Vision Research, 1975, 15 (2), 309-311.
  • 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. 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.
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  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. A purely binocular mechanism in human vision. Vision Research, 1981, 21, 1755-1759.
  • 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. Perception, 1982, 11, 287-295.
  • Wolfe, Jeremy; and Held, Richard. Gravity and the tilt aftereffect. Vision Research, 1982, 22, 1075-1078.
  • 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.
  • 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.