Eduardo Oswaldo-Cruz

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
"Eduardo Oswaldo-Cruz"
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Picanço-Diniz CW, Rocha EG, Silveira LCL, et al. (2011) Cortical representation of the horizon in V1 and peripheral scaling in mammals with lateral eyes. Psychology & Neuroscience. 4: 19-27
Picanço-Diniz CW, Silveira LC, de Carvalho MS, et al. (1991) Contralateral visual field representation in area 17 of the cerebral cortex of the agouti: a comparison between the cortical magnification factor and retinal ganglion cell distribution. Neuroscience. 44: 325-33
Picanço-Diniz CW, Silveira LC, Oswaldo-Cruz E. (1983) Electrophysiological determination of the refractive state of the eye of the opossum. Vision Research. 23: 867-72
Silveira LC, Picanço-Diniz CW, Oswaldo-Cruz E. (1982) Contrast sensitivity function and visual acuity of the opossum. Vision Research. 22: 1371-7
Gattass R, Oswaldo-Cruz E, Sousa AP. (1979) Visual receptive fields of units in the pulvinar of cebus monkey. Brain Research. 160: 413-30
Gattass R, Sousa AP, Oswaldo-Cruz E. (1978) Single unit response types in the pulvinar of the Cebus monkey to multisensory stimulation. Brain Research. 158: 75-87
Oswaldo-Cruz E, Gattass R. (1978) Orientable head-holder for use in visual research. Vision Research. 18: 1079-81
Sousa AB, Gattass R, Oswaldo-Cruz E. (1978) The projection of the opossum's visual field on the cerebral cortex. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 177: 569-87
Gattass R, Oswaldo-Cruz E, Sousa AP. (1978) Visuotopic organization of the cebus pulvinar: a double representation the contralateral hemifield. Brain Research. 152: 1-16
Sousa AP, Oswaldo-Cruz E, Gattass R. (1971) Somatotopic organization and response properties of neurons of the ventrobasal complex in the opossum. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 142: 231-47
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