Barrie Frost
Barrie Frost
Professor of Psychology. biology and physiology Queens unversity
Verified email at queensu.ca
TitleCited byYear
Orientation-selective inhibition from beyond the classic visual receptive field
JI Nelson, BJ Frost
Brain research 139 (2), 359-365, 1978
4311978
Computation of different optical variables of looming objects in pigeon nucleus rotundus neurons
H Sun, BJ Frost
Nature neuroscience 1 (4), 296, 1998
3751998
Time to collision is signalled by neurons in the nucleus rotundus of pigeons
Y Wang, BJ Frost
Nature 356 (6366), 236, 1992
3661992
Intracortical facilitation among co-oriented, co-axially aligned simple cells in cat striate cortex
JI Nelson, BJ Frost
Experimental Brain Research 61 (1), 54-61, 1985
2681985
Connections of the auditory forebrain in the pigeon (Columba livia)
J Martin Wild, HJ Karten, BJ Frost
Journal of Comparative Neurology 337 (1), 32-62, 1993
2671993
Single visual neurons code opposing motion independent of direction
BJ Frost, K Nakayama
Science 220 (4598), 744-745, 1983
2111983
Human visual ecology and orientation anisotropies in acuity
RC Annis, B Frost
Science 182 (4113), 729-731, 1973
2011973
Visual processing in pigeon nucleus rotundus: luminance, color, motion, and looming subdivisions
YC Wang, S Jiang, BJ Frost
Visual neuroscience 10 (1), 21-30, 1993
1701993
Subjective motion and acceleration induced by the movement of the observer’s entire visual field
SCP Wong, BJ Frost
Perception & Psychophysics 24 (2), 115-120, 1978
1461978
The optokinetic basis of head-bobbing in the pigeon
BJ Frost
Journal of Experimental Biology 74 (1), 187-195, 1978
1441978
Virtual migration in tethered flying monarch butterflies reveals their orientation mechanisms
H Mouritsen, BJ Frost
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (15), 10162-10166, 2002
1432002
The processing of object and self-motion in the tectofugal and accessory optic pathways of birds
BJ Frost, DR Wylie, YC Wang
Vision research 30 (11), 1677-1688, 1990
1301990
Mechanisms of brain development: Neuronal sculpting by the physical and social environment
MS Cynader, BJ Frost
Developmental health and the wealth of nations, 153-184, 1999
1191999
Responses of pigeon vestibulocerebellar neurons to optokinetic stimulation. II. The 3-dimensional reference frame of rotation neurons in the flocculus
DR Wylie, BJ Frost
Journal of Neurophysiology 70 (6), 2647-2659, 1993
1151993
Visual response characteristics of neurons in nucleus of basal optic root of pigeons
B Morgan, BJ Frost
Experimental Brain Research 42 (2), 181-188, 1981
1091981
Double-opponent-process mechanism underlying RF-structure of directionally specific cells of cat lateral suprasylvian visual area
M Von Grünau, BJ Frost
Experimental Brain Research 49 (1), 84-92, 1983
1051983
Common reference frame for neural coding of translational and rotational optic flow
DRW Wylie, WF Bischof, BJ Frost
Nature 392 (6673), 278, 1998
1041998
Moving background patterns reveal double-opponency of directionally specific pigeon tectal neurons
BJ Frost, PL Scilley, SCP Wong
Experimental brain research 43 (2), 173-185, 1981
1021981
The pigeon optokinetic system: Visual input in extraocular muscle coordinates
DRW Wylie, BJ Frost
Visual neuroscience 13 (5), 945-953, 1996
961996
Linear vection in the central visual field facilitated by kinetic depth cues
L Telford, J Spratley, BJ Frost
Perception 21 (3), 337-349, 1992
931992
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