Robert F. Hess
Robert F. Hess
Professor of Ophthalmology
Verified email at mcgill.ca
TitleCited byYear
Contour integration by the human visual system: evidence for a local “association field”
DJ Field, A Hayes, RF Hess
Vision research 33 (2), 173-193, 1993
17521993
The threshold contrast sensitivity function in strabismic amblyopia: evidence for a two type classification
RF Hess, ER Howell
Vision research 17 (9), 1049-1055, 1977
4501977
Vision through cataracts.
R Hess, G Woo
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 17 (5), 428-435, 1978
2991978
Tetrodotoxin-resistant dendritic spikes in avian Purkinje cells
R Llinás, R Hess
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 73 (7), 2520-2523, 1976
2741976
The functional area for summation to threshold for sinusoidal gratings
ER Howell, RF Hess
Vision research 18 (4), 369-374, 1978
2731978
Perceptual learning improves contrast sensitivity and visual acuity in adults with anisometropic amblyopia
Y Zhou, C Huang, P Xu, L Tao, Z Qiu, X Li, ZL Lu
Vision research 46 (5), 739-750, 2006
2582006
The cortical deficit in humans with strabismic amblyopia
GR Barnes, RF Hess, SO Dumoulin, RL Achtman, GB Pike
The Journal of Physiology 533 (1), 281-297, 2001
2572001
Deficits to global motion processing in human amblyopia
AJ Simmers, T Ledgeway, RF Hess, PV McGraw
Vision research 43 (6), 729-738, 2003
2472003
Integration of contours: new insights
R Hess, D Field
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (12), 480-486, 1999
2471999
Human peripheral spatial resolution for achromatic and chromatic stimuli: limits imposed by optical and retinal factors.
SJ Anderson, KT Mullen, RF Hess
The Journal of Physiology 442 (1), 47-64, 1991
2421991
On the nature of the neural abnormality in human amblyopia; neural aberrations and neural sensitivity loss
RF Hess, FW Campbell, T Greenhalgh
Pflügers Archiv 377 (3), 201-207, 1978
2281978
Temporal properties of human visual filters: Number, shapes and spatial covariation
RF Hess, RJ Snowden
Vision research 32 (1), 47-59, 1992
2151992
Residual motion perception in a" motion-blind" patient, assessed with limited-lifetime random dot stimuli
CL Baker, RF Hess, J Zihl
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (2), 454-461, 1991
2001991
Human pattern-evoked electroretinogram
RF Hess, CL Baker Jr
Journal of neurophysiology 51 (5), 939-951, 1984
1961984
Preliminary results of a physiologically based treatment of amblyopia.
FW Campbell, RF Hess, PG Watson, R Banks
British Journal of Ophthalmology 62 (11), 748-755, 1978
1901978
The accessory optic system and its relation to the vestibulocerebellum
JI Simpson, RE Soodak, R Hess
Progress in brain research 50, 715-724, 1979
1851979
A new binocular approach to the treatment of amblyopia in adults well beyond the critical period of visual development
RF Hess, B Mansouri, B Thompson
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 28 (6), 793-802, 2010
1842010
Dichoptic training enables the adult amblyopic brain to learn
J Li, B Thompson, D Deng, LYL Chan, M Yu, RF Hess
Current Biology 23 (8), R308-R309, 2013
1742013
Contour integration and cortical processing
RF Hess, A Hayes, DJ Field
Journal of Physiology-Paris 97 (2-3), 105-119, 2003
1742003
The contrast sensitivity gradient across the human visual field: With emphasis on the low spatial frequency range
JS Pointer, RF Hess
Vision research 29 (9), 1133-1151, 1989
1671989
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