Carl Richard Cavonius

Affiliations: 
University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Area:
visual psychophysics, physiology
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Parents

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Lorrin Riggs grad student 1962

Children

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adam J. Reeves research scientist 1978-1982 University of Dortmund

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Walter H. Ehrenstein collaborator 1985-2003 Leibniz Research Center for Human Factors, Dortmund University
 (visual perception & neuroscience, human factors)
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Paramei GV, Bimler DL, Cavonius CR. (2001) Color-vision variations represented in an individual-difference vector chart Color Research and Application. 26: S230-S234
Cavonius CR. (1999) Trends in European visual science: 1978-1997. Perception. 28: 1435-42
Paramei GV, Cavonius CR. (1999) Color spaces of color-normal and color-abnormal observers reconstructed from response times and dissimilarity ratings. Perception & Psychophysics. 61: 1662-74
Mollon JD, Cavonius CR, Zrenner E. (1998) 25th Anniversary Meeting of the International Colour Vision Society, Ghent, July 1997: Foreword Vision Research. 38: VII
Sokolov AN, Ehrenstein WH, Pavlova MA, et al. (1997) Motion extrapolation and velocity transposition. Perception. 26: 875-89
Ganz RE, Ehrenstein WH, Cavonius CR. (1996) Dynamic complexity of visuo-motor coordination: an extension of Bernstein's conception of the degrees-of-freedom problem. Biological Cybernetics. 75: 381-7
Taya R, Ehrenstein WH, Cavonius CR. (1995) Varying the strength of the Munker-White effect by stereoscopic viewing. Perception. 24: 685-94
Cavonius CR. (1995) Bats galore [4] Nature. 376: 380
Siminoff R, Cavonius CR. (1993) Simulated fovea of the human retina: psychophysical data confirming the model's ability to accurately predict resolution. Biological Cybernetics. 69: 475-84
Auerbach E, Dörrenhaus A, Cavonius CR. (1992) Changes in sensitivity of the dark-adapted eye during concurrent light adaptation of the other eye. Visual Neuroscience. 8: 359-63
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