Boris M. Sheliga

Affiliations: 
National Eye Institute, Bethesda, Maryland 
Area:
Eye movements, vision
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Sheliga BM, Quaia C, FitzGibbon EJ, et al. (2016) Ocular-following responses to white noise stimuli in humans reveal a novel nonlinearity that results from temporal sampling. Journal of Vision. 16: 8
Sheliga BM, Quaia C, FitzGibbon EJ, et al. (2015) Anisotropy in spatial summation properties of human Ocular-Following Response (OFR). Vision Research. 109: 11-9
Sheliga BM, Quaia C, FitzGibbon EJ, et al. (2013) Retinal visual processing constrains human ocular following response. Vision Research. 93: 29-42
Quaia C, Sheliga BM, Optican LM, et al. (2013) Temporal evolution of pattern disparity processing in humans. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 3465-76
Sheliga BM, Quaia C, Cumming BG, et al. (2012) Spatial summation properties of the human ocular following response (OFR): dependence upon the spatial frequency of the stimulus. Vision Research. 68: 1-13
Quaia C, Sheliga BM, Fitzgibbon EJ, et al. (2012) Ocular following in humans: spatial properties. Journal of Vision. 12
Rambold HA, Sheliga BM, Miles FA. (2010) Evidence from vergence eye movements that disparities defined by luminance and contrast are sensed by independent mechanisms. Journal of Vision. 10
Miles FA, Sheliga BM. (2010) Motion detection for reflexive tracking Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral, and Computational Approaches. 141-160
Sheliga BM, Fitzgibbon EJ, Miles FA. (2009) The initial torsional Ocular Following Response (tOFR) in humans: a response to the total motion energy in the stimulus? Journal of Vision. 9: 2.1-38
Sheliga BM, FitzGibbon EJ, Miles FA. (2008) Human ocular following: evidence that responses to large-field stimuli are limited by local and global inhibitory influences. Progress in Brain Research. 171: 237-43
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