[visionlist] Highly cited publications on vision in which authors were also subjects?
ken.knoblauch at inserm.fr
Fri May 29 00:05:06 -04 2020
Let!’s not forget the long list of experiments that cross the border of self-abuse by G.S. Brindley.
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> On 29 May 2020, at 01:28, Jonathan A Winawer <jonathan.winawer at nyu.edu> wrote:
> Maxwell, J. Clerk. “On the Theory of Compound Colours, and the Relations of the Colours of the Spectrum.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, vol. 150, 1860, pp. 57–84. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/108759. Accessed 28 May 2020.
> This paper describes the color matching functions for two observers, J and K. J is the author, James Clerk Maxwell. K is apparently his wife Katherine.
> Despite the small n, the biased sample, and the lack of pre-registration and p-values, the results have held up fairly well.
>> On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 10:13 AM Gabriel Diaz <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,
>> - gD
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