Frederick A. Miles

Affiliations: 
National Eye Institute, Bethesda, Maryland 
Area:
Eye Movements, Vision
Website:
http://neuroscience.nih.gov/Lab.asp?Org_ID=438
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David J. Braitman post-doc NIMH
Claudio Busettini post-doc NEI
James H. Fuller post-doc NIMH
Stuart John Judge post-doc NIMH
Kenji Kawano post-doc NEI
Hubert G. Kimmig post-doc NEI
Richard J. Krauzlis post-doc NEI
Stephen G. Lisberger post-doc NIMH
Guillaume Masson post-doc NEI
Urs Schwarz post-doc NEI
Dongsheng Yang post-doc NEI
Ari Zvi Zivotofsky post-doc NEI
Lance M. Optican post-doc 1978-1979 NIMH
Erik C. Sobel post-doc 1990-1991 NEI
Heiner Deubel research scientist NEI
Yasushi Kodaka research scientist NEI
Holger A. Rambold research scientist NEI
Boris M. Sheliga research scientist NEI
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Miles FA, Schwarz U, Busettini C. (2012) Decoding of Optic Flow by the Primate Optokinetic System The Head-Neck Sensory Motor System
Rambold HA, Sheliga BM, Miles FA. (2010) Evidence from vergence eye movements that disparities defined by luminance and contrast are sensed by independent mechanisms. Journal of Vision. 10
Miles FA, Sheliga BM. (2010) Motion detection for reflexive tracking Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral, and Computational Approaches. 141-160
Sheliga BM, Fitzgibbon EJ, Miles FA. (2009) The initial torsional Ocular Following Response (tOFR) in humans: a response to the total motion energy in the stimulus? Journal of Vision. 9: 2.1-38
Miura K, Sugita Y, Matsuura K, et al. (2008) The initial disparity vergence elicited with single and dual grating stimuli in monkeys: evidence for disparity energy sensing and nonlinear interactions. Journal of Neurophysiology. 100: 2907-18
Rambold HA, Miles FA. (2008) Short-latency disparity vergence eye movements: dependence on the preëxisting vergence angle. Progress in Brain Research. 171: 245-51
Sheliga BM, FitzGibbon EJ, Miles FA. (2008) Human ocular following: evidence that responses to large-field stimuli are limited by local and global inhibitory influences. Progress in Brain Research. 171: 237-43
Rambold HA, Miles FA. (2008) Human vergence eye movements to oblique disparity stimuli: evidence for an anisotropy favoring horizontal disparities. Vision Research. 48: 2006-19
Sheliga BM, Fitzgibbon EJ, Miles FA. (2008) Spatial summation properties of the human ocular following response (OFR): evidence for nonlinearities due to local and global inhibitory interactions. Vision Research. 48: 1758-76
Matsuura K, Miura K, Taki M, et al. (2008) Ocular following responses of monkeys to the competing motions of two sinusoidal gratings. Neuroscience Research. 61: 56-69
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