James Maxwell

University of California, Berkeley University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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"James Maxwell"
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Maxwell J, Tong J, Schor CM. (2012) Short-term adaptation of accommodation, accommodative vergence and disparity vergence facility. Vision Research. 62: 93-101
Maxwell J, Tong J, Schor CM. (2010) The first and second order dynamics of accommodative convergence and disparity convergence. Vision Research. 50: 1728-39
Weiler JA, Maxwell JS, Schor CM. (2007) Illusory contrast-induced shifts in binocular visual direction bias saccadic eye movements toward the perceived target position. Journal of Vision. 7: 3.1-18
Maxwell JS, Schor CM. (2006) The coordination of binocular eye movements: vertical and torsional alignment. Vision Research. 46: 3537-48
Maxwell JS, Schor CM. (2004) Symmetrical horizontal vergence contributes to the asymmetrical pursuit of targets in depth. Vision Research. 44: 3015-24
Graf EW, Maxwell JS, Schor CM. (2003) Comparison of the time courses of concomitant and nonconcomitant vertical phoria adaptation. Vision Research. 43: 567-76
Graf EW, Maxwell JS, Schor CM. (2002) Changes in cyclotorsion and vertical eye alignment during prolonged monocular occlusion. Vision Research. 42: 1185-94
Schor CM, Maxwell JS, McCandless J, et al. (2002) Adaptive control of vergence in humans. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 956: 297-305
Schor CM, Maxwell JS, Graf EW. (2001) Plasticity of convergence-dependent variations of cyclovergence with vertical gaze. Vision Research. 41: 3353-69
Maxwell JS, Graf EW, Schor CM. (2001) Adaptation of torsional eye alignment in relation to smooth pursuit and saccades. Vision Research. 41: 3735-49
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