S. Sabina Wolfson

Affiliations: 
Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
Human vision, texture, perception
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Michael S. Landy grad student 1992-1998 NYU
Norma Graham post-doc 1998-2002 Columbia
Norma Graham research scientist 2002- Columbia
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Graham NV, Wolfson SS. (2018) Is the straddle effect in contrast perception limited to second-order spatial vision? Journal of Vision. 18: 15
Wolfson SS, Graham N. (2009) Two contrast adaptation processes: contrast normalization and shifting, rectifying contrast comparison. Journal of Vision. 9: 30.1-23
Wolfson SS, Graham N. (2007) An unusual kind of contrast adaptation: shifting a contrast comparison level. Journal of Vision. 7: 12
Wolfson SS, Graham N. (2006) Forty-four years of studying light adaptation using the probed-sinewave paradigm. Journal of Vision. 6: 1026-46
Hood DC, Ghadiali Q, Zhang JC, et al. (2006) Contrast-response functions for multifocal visual evoked potentials: a test of a model relating V1 activity to multifocal visual evoked potentials activity. Journal of Vision. 6: 580-93
Wolfson SS, Graham N. (2005) Element-arrangement textures in multiple objective tasks. Spatial Vision. 18: 209-26
Graham N, Wolfson SS. (2004) Is there opponent-orientation coding in the second-order channels of pattern vision? Vision Research. 44: 3145-75
Wolfson SS, Graham NV. (2003) Exploring the opponent structure of complex (second-order) channels Journal of Vision. 3: 615a
Wolfson SS, Graham N. (2001) Processing in the probed-sinewave paradigm is likely retinal. Visual Neuroscience. 18: 1003-10
Graham N, Wolfson SS. (2001) A note about preferred orientations at the first and second stages of complex (second-order) texture channels. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 18: 2273-81
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