Björn Vlaskamp

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
"Björn Vlaskamp"
Mean distance: 14.84 (cluster 23)
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Ignace Hooge grad student Utrecht
Frans AJ Verstraten grad student 2002-2006 Utrecht
Martin Banks post-doc 2006- UC Berkeley


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Roy J. Raymann collaborator
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Souman JL, Borra T, de Goijer I, et al. (2018) Spectral Tuning of White Light Allows for Strong Reduction in Melatonin Suppression without Changing Illumination Level or Color Temperature. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 748730418784041
Souman JL, Tinga AM, Te Pas SF, et al. (2017) Acute alerting effects of light: a systematic literature review. Behavioural Brain Research
van Ee R, Van de Cruys S, Schlangen LJ, et al. (2016) Circadian-Time Sickness: Time-of-Day Cue-Conflicts Directly Affect Health. Trends in Neurosciences
Vlaskamp BN, Guan P, Banks MS. (2013) The venetian-blind effect: a preference for zero disparity or zero slant? Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 836
Vlaskamp BN, Yoon G, Banks MS. (2011) Human stereopsis is not limited by the optics of the well-focused eye. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 9814-8
MacNeilage P, Vlaskamp B. (2011) Speed discrimination during optokinetic nystagmus: Probing transsaccadic memory of visual motion Journal of Vision. 11: 534-534
Banks M, Vlaskamp B. (2010) The Venetian-blind effect: A prior for zero slant or zero disparity? Journal of Vision. 9: 45-45
Banks M, Li K, Wray J, et al. (2010) Stereopsis in People with Eyes of Different Lengths: Adaptation via Receptor Geometry or Post-receptoral Mechanisms? Journal of Vision. 10: 371-371
Vlaskamp BN, Filippini HR, Banks MS. (2009) Image-size differences worsen stereopsis independent of eye position. Journal of Vision. 9: 17.1-13
Li KY, Roorda A, Wray JM, et al. (2009) Anisometropes adapt to different retinal image sizes via post-receptoral mechanisms, not by differences in photoreceptor density Journal of Vision. 9: 91-91
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