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    Color Vision 2018: Introduction by the feature editors 

    Buck, Steven L.; Baraas, Rigmor; Kremers, Jan; Lindsey, Delwin T.; Nascimento, Sergio M. C.; Webster, Michael A.; Werner, John S. (2018)
    This feature issue of the Journal of the Optical Society of America A (JOSA A) reflects the basic and applied research interests of members of the color vision community. Most of the articles stem from presentations at the ...
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    Color vision: introduction by the feature editors 

    Buck, Steven L.; Baraas, Rigmor; Lee, Barry B.; Lindsey, Delwin T.; Uchikawa, Keiji; Webster, Michael A.; Werner, John S. (2016)
    This feature issue of the Journal of the Optical Society of America A (JOSA A) reflects the basic and applied research interests of members of the color vision community. Most of the articles stem from presentations at the ...
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    Dynamics of contrast adaptation in central and peripheral vision 

    Gao, Yi; Webster, Michael A.; Jiang, Fang (2019)
    Adaptation aftereffects are generally stronger for peripheral than for foveal viewing. We examined whether there are also differences in the dynamics of visual adaptation in central and peripheral vision. We tracked the ...
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    Visual adaptation and the amplitude spectra of radiological images 

    Kompaniez-Dunigan, Elysse; Abbey, Craig K.; Boone, John M.; Webster, Michael A. (2018)
    We examined how visual sensitivity and perception are affected by adaptation to the characteristic amplitude spectra of X-ray mammography images. Because of the transmissive nature of X-ray photons, these images have ...
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    Visualizing Visual Adaptation 

    Webster, Michael A.; Tregillus, Katherine E. M. (2017)
    Many techniques have been developed to visualize how an image would appear to an individual with a different visual sensitivity: e.g., because of optical or age differences, or a color deficiency or disease. This protocol ...