[visionlist] Highly cited publications on vision in which authors were also subjects?
mark.mccourt at ndsu.edu
Wed May 27 12:27:23 -04 2020
And these (citations – Google Scholar -- in parentheses).
Blakeslee, B., Padmanabhan, G., & McCourt, M. E. (2016). Dissecting the influence of the collinear and flanking bars in White’s effect. Vision Research, 127, 11-17. (4)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (2013). Brightness induction magnitude declines with increasing distance from the inducing field edge. Vision Research, 78, 39-45. (13)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (2011). Spatiotemporal analysis of brightness induction. Vision Research, 51, 1872-1879. (9)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (2008). Nearly instantaneous brightness induction. Journal of Vision, 8(2):15, 1-8, http://journalofvision.org/8/2/15/, doi:10.1167/8.2.15. (37)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (2001). A multiscale spatial filtering account of the Wertheimer-Benary effect and the corrugated Mondrian. Vision Research, 41, 2487-2502. (74)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (1999). A multiscale spatial filtering account of the White effect, simultaneous brightness contrast and grating induction. Vision Research, 39, 4361-4377. (235)
Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (1997). Similar mechanisms underlie simultaneous brightness contrast and grating induction. Vision Research, 37, 2849-2869. (92)
Kingdom, F. A. A., Blakeslee, B., & McCourt, M. E. (1997). Brightness with and without perceived transparency: When does it make a difference? Perception, 26, 493-506. (26)
McCourt, M. E., & Kingdom, F. A. A. (1996). Facilitation of luminance grating detection by induced gratings. Vision Research, 36, 2563-2574. (18)
McCourt, M. E., & Blakeslee, B. (1994). A contrast matching analysis of grating induction and suprathreshold contrast perception. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 11, 14-24. (32)
McCourt, M. E. (1990). Disappearance of grating induction at scotopic luminances. Vision Research, 30, 431‑438. (17)
McCourt, M. E., & Foley, J. M. (1985). Spatial frequency interference on grating‑induction. Vision Research, 25, 1507‑1518. (18)
Foley, J. M., & McCourt, M. E. (1985). Visual grating induction. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A2, 1220‑1230. (67)
McCourt, M. E. (1983). Brightness induction and the Cafe Wall illusion. Perception, 12, 131‑142. (33)
McCourt, M. E. (1982). A spatial frequency dependent grating‑induction effect. Vision Research, 22, 119‑134. (209)
There is, as you probably know, a very long tradition of small-N psychophysics where the authors serve as participants.
Please let us know why your IRB is interested in this question.
Mark E. McCourt, PhD
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From: visionlist [mailto:visionlist-bounces at visionscience.com] On Behalf Of Andrew Watson
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Subject: Re: [visionlist] Highly cited publications on vision in which authors were also subjects?
A few papers in which the author was guilty of serving as subject.
Watson, A. B. (1982). Summation of grating patches indicates many types of detector at one retinal location. Vision Res, 22, 17-25.
Watson, A. B., & Nachmias, J. (1977). Patterns of temporal interaction in the detection of gratings. Vision Res, 17, 893-902.
Watson, A. B., Borthwick, R., & Taylor, M. (1997). Image quality and entropy masking. SPIE Proceedings, 3016, 2-12.
Watson, A. B., Ahumada, A. J., Jr., & Farrell, J. (1986). Window of visibility: psychophysical theory of fidelity in time-sampled visual motion displays. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 3(3), 300-307, http://www.opticsinfobase.org/viewmedia.cfm?uri=josaa-3-3-300&seq=0.
Watson, A. B., & Ahumada, J. A. J. (2005). A standard model for foveal detection of spatial contrast. Journal of Vision, 5(9), 6-6, http://dx.doi.org/10.1167/5.9.6.
Watson, A. B., Barlow, H. B., & Robson, J. G. (1983). What does the eye see best? Nature, 302(5907), 419-422.
Watson, A. B., & Robson, J. G. (1981). Discrimination at threshold: labelled detectors in human vision. Vision Res, 21, 1115-1122.
Watson, A. B., Yang, G. Y., Solomon, J. A., & Villasenor, J. (1997). Visibility of wavelet quantization noise. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 6(8), 1164-1175.
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On May 27, 2020, at 6:51 AM, Gabriel Diaz <gabriel.jacob.diaz at gmail.com<mailto:gabriel.jacob.diaz at gmail.com>> wrote:
Dear vision community,
In response to a recent proposal to my IRB, I have received a request to provide examples of manuscripts in which the PI is also the subject in the manuscript. I am hoping that some of you may be able to help me track some down. The more impactful the better, whether that be indicated by citation count, recognition of the publication venue, or any other metric, as long as it will be evident to a non-expert.
Extra points if the study involves some element of motor behavior / perception & action.
Thanks in advance,
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