Howard D. Baker

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
visual perception
"Howard Baker"
Mean distance: 14.82 (cluster 7)


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Selig Hecht grad student Columbia
 (also worked with Clarence Graham)
John Paul Nafe grad student Washington University
 (Nafe was the advisor for Baker's MS)


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Keith D. White research assistant 1969-1971 Florida State
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Kearns SM, Scheffler B, Goetz AK, et al. (2006) A method for a more complete in vitro Parkinson's model: slice culture bioassay for modeling maintenance and repair of the nigrostriatal circuit. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 157: 1-9
Coile DC, Baker HD. (1992) Foveal dark adaptation, photopigment regeneration, and aging. Visual Neuroscience. 8: 27-39
Baker HD, Watson AJ, Coile DC. (1991) Experimental stray light in retinal densitometry. Visual Neuroscience. 6: 615-20
Iadecola C, Arneric SP, Baker HD, et al. (1990) Maintenance of local cerebral blood flow after acute neuronal death: possible role of non-neuronal cells. Neuroscience. 35: 559-75
Baker HD, Henderson R, O'Keefe LP. (1989) An improved retinal densitometer: design concepts and experimental applications. Visual Neuroscience. 3: 71-80
Iadecola C, Arneric SP, Baker HD, et al. (1987) Role of local neurons in cerebrocortical vasodilation elicited from cerebellum. The American Journal of Physiology. 252: R1082-91
O'Keefe LP, Baker HD. (1987) Diurnal changes in human psychophysical luminance sensitivity. Physiology & Behavior. 41: 193-200
Baker HD, Donovan WJ. (1982) Early dark adaptation, the receptor potential and lateral effects on the retina. Vision Research. 22: 645-51
Baker HD, Bargoot FG. (1977) Effect of stimulus presentation rate upon visual threshold. Vision Research. 17: 379-83
Varner FD, Piantanida TP, Baker HD. (1977) Spatio-temporal Rayleigh matches. Vision Research. 17: 187-91
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