Alex S. Baldwin
Alex S. Baldwin
Research Associate, Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
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Copper Abolishes the β-Sheet Secondary Structure of Preformed Amyloid Fibrils of Amyloid-β _ {42}
E House, M Mold, J Collingwood, A Baldwin, S Goodwin, C Exley
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 18 (4), 811-817, 2009
532009
The attenuation surface for contrast sensitivity has the form of a witch's hat within the central visual field
AS Baldwin, TS Meese, DH Baker
Journal of Vision 12 (11), 2012
252012
Modeling probability and additive summation for detection across multiple mechanisms under the assumptions of signal detection theory
FAA Kingdom, AS Baldwin, G Schmidtmann
Journal of Vision 15 (5), 1:1-16, 2015
222015
What Do Contrast Threshold Equivalent Noise Studies Actually Measure? Noise vs. Nonlinearity in Different Masking Paradigms
AS Baldwin, DH Baker, RF Hess
PLOS ONE 11 (3), e0150942, 2016
152016
Rejecting probability summation for radial frequency patterns, not so Quick!
AS Baldwin, G Schmidtmann, FA Kingdom, RF Hess
Vision research, 2016
142016
Ocular dominance plasticity: inhibitory interactions and contrast equivalence
DP Spiegel, AS Baldwin, RF Hess
Scientific Reports 7, 39913, 2017
132017
The shift in ocular dominance from short-term monocular deprivation exhibits no dependence on duration of deprivation
SH Min, AS Baldwin, A Reynaud, RF Hess
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 17083, 2018
92018
Fourth-root summation of contrast over area: No end in sight when spatially inhomogeneous sensitivity is compensated by a witch's hat
AS Baldwin, TS Meese
Journal of vision 15 (15), 4-4, 2015
82015
Cholinergic potentiation alters perceptual eye dominance plasticity induced by a few hours of monocular patching in adults
Y Sheynin, M Chamoun, AS Baldwin, R Hess, E Vaucher
Frontiers in Neuroscience 13, 22, 2019
72019
The mechanism of short-term monocular deprivation is not simple: separate effects on parallel and cross-oriented dichoptic masking
AS Baldwin, RF Hess
Scientific reports 8 (1), 6191, 2018
72018
The relationship between fusion, suppression, and diplopia in normal and amblyopic vision
DP Spiegel, AS Baldwin, RF Hess
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 57 (13), 5810-5817, 2016
62016
A two-stage model of orientation integration for Battenberg-modulated micropatterns
AS Baldwin, JS Husk, TS Meese, RF Hess
Journal of Vision 14 (1), 30, 2014
62014
Assessment of stereovision with digital testing in adults and children with normal and impaired binocularity
J Tittes, AS Baldwin, RF Hess, L Cirina, Y Wenner, C Kuhli-Hattenbach, ...
Vision research 164, 69-82, 2019
42019
Ocular dominance plasticity: A binocular combination task finds no cumulative effect with repeated patching
SH Min, AS Baldwin, RF Hess
Vision research 161, 36-42, 2019
42019
Visual plasticity and exercise revisited: No evidence for a “cycling lane”
AE Finn, AS Baldwin, A Reynaud, RF Hess
Journal of Vision 19 (6), 21-21, 2019
32019
The equivalent internal orientation and position noise for contour integration
AS Baldwin, M Fu, R Farivar, RF Hess
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 13048, 2017
32017
Rejecting probability summation for RF patterns, not so Quick!
A Baldwin, G Schmidtmann, R Hess
Journal of vision 15 (12), 1031-1031, 2015
32015
Loss of contrast sensitivity at 4 cycles deg (-1) depends on eccentricity and meridian but not grating orientation for the central 9 deg of the visual field
AS Baldwin, TS Meese, DH Baker
Perception 39 (8), 1151-1151, 2010
32010
The efficiency of second order orientation coherence detection
AS Baldwin, JS Husk, L Edwards, RF Hess
Vision research 109, 45-51, 2015
12015
Investigating the shape of the contrast sensitivity function using white, bandpass, and contrast jitter noise
AS Baldwin, RF Hess
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 1421-1421, 2014
12014
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