Carol Cicerone

Affiliations: 
Cognitive Science University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Area:
visual perception and the physiological bases of visual perception with emphasis on human color vision
Website:
http://www.faculty.uci.edu/profile.cfm?faculty_id=2213
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Chen VJ, Cicerone CM. (2002) Subjective color from apparent motion. Journal of Vision. 2: 424-37
Chen VJ, Cicerone CM. (2002) Depth from subjective color and apparent motion. Vision Research. 42: 2131-135
Chen VJ, Cicerone CM. (2002) A new color vision test based on color from motion Journal of Vision. 2: 67a
Prophet WD, Hoffman DD, Cicerone CM. (2001) 16 Contours from apparent motion: A computational theory Advances in Psychology. 130: 509-530
Otake S, Gowdy PD, Cicerone CM. (2000) The spatial arrangement of L and M cones in the peripheral human retina. Vision Research. 40: 677-93
Domini F, Blaser E, Cicerone CM. (2000) Color-specific depth mechanisms revealed by a color-contingent depth aftereffect. Vision Research. 40: 359-64
Otake S, Cicerone CM. (2000) L and M cone relative numerosity and red-green opponency from fovea to midperiphery in the human retina. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 17: 615-27
Gowdy PD, Cicerone CM. (1998) The spatial arrangement of the L and M cones in the central fovea of the living human eye. Vision Research. 38: 2575-89
Miyahara E, Cicerone CM. (1997) Color from motion: separate contributions of chromaticity and luminance. Perception. 26: 1381-96
Cicerone CM, Hoffman DD. (1997) Color from motion: dichoptic activation and a possible role in breaking camouflage. Perception. 26: 1367-80
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