Christopher Patrick Taylor, Ph.D.

2015- Biomedical Science and Disease  New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA, United States 
pattern vision, aging, glaucoma, autism, myopia
"Christopher Taylor"
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Nickla DL, Wang X, Rucker F, et al. (2022) Effects of Morning or Evening Narrow-band Blue Light on the Compensation to Lens-Induced Hyperopic Defocus in Chicks. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry
Nickla DL, Rucker F, Taylor CP, et al. (2022) Effects of morning and evening exposures to blue light of varying illuminance on ocular growth rates and ocular rhythms in chicks. Experimental Eye Research. 108963
Yoon H, Taylor CP, Rucker F. (2021) Spectral composition of artificial illuminants and their effect on eye growth in chicks. Experimental Eye Research. 108602
Watts NS, Taylor C, Rucker FJ. (2020) Temporal color contrast guides emmetropization in chick. Experimental Eye Research. 108331
Rucker FJ, Eskew RT, Taylor C. (2020) Signals for defocus arise from longitudinal chromatic aberration in chick. Experimental Eye Research. 198: 108126
Lin G, Taylor C, Rucker F. (2019) Effect of duration, and temporal modulation, of monochromatic light on emmetropization in chicks. Vision Research. 166: 12-19
Rucker F, Eskew R, Taylor C. (2019) Longitudinal chromatic aberration provides a temporal signal for the sign of defocus for emmetropization in chick at low contrast Journal of Vision. 19: 106
Rucker F, Britton S, Taylor C. (2018) Color and Temporal Frequency Sensitive Eye Growth in Chick. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 59: 6003-6013
Taylor CP, Shepard TG, Rucker FJ, et al. (2018) Sensitivity to S-Cone Stimuli and the Development of Myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 59: 4622-4630
Chakrabarti B, Haffey A, Canzano L, et al. (2017) Individual differences in responsivity to social rewards: Insights from two eye-tracking tasks. Plos One. 12: e0185146
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