Robert M. Boynton

Affiliations: 
1952-1974 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
 1974-1991 Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
Vision
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(1924 - 2006)
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Lorrin Riggs grad student 1952 Brown

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Mitsuo Ikeda grad student Rochester
Joseph F. Sturr grad student Rochester
Edward J. Rinalducci grad student 1966 Rochester
John G. Webster grad student 1967 Rochester (Chemistry Tree)
Carl  R. Ingling grad student 1968 Rochester
Mary M. Hayhoe grad student 1979 UCSD
Rhea T. Eskew post-doc 1983-1986 UCSD
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Uchikawa K, Uchikawa H, Boynton RM. (1989) Partial color constancy of isolated surface colors examined by a color-naming method. Perception. 18: 83-91
Uchikawa H, Uchikawa K, Boynton RM. (1989) Influence of achromatic surrounds on categorical perception of surface colors. Vision Research. 29: 881-90
Boynton RM, Maclaury RE, Uchikawa K. (1989) Centroids of color categories compared by two methods Color Research & Application. 14: 6-15
Nagy AL, Eskew RT, Boynton RM. (1987) Analysis of color-matching ellipses in a cone-excitation space. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics and Image Science. 4: 756-68
Eskew RT, Boynton RM. (1987) Effects of field area and configuration on chromatic and border discriminations. Vision Research. 27: 1835-44
Uchikawa K, Boynton RM. (1987) Categorical color perception of Japanese observers: comparison with that of Americans. Vision Research. 27: 1825-33
Boynton RM, Nagy AL, Eskew RT. (1986) Similarity of normalized discrimination ellipses in the constant-luminance chromaticity plane. Perception. 15: 755-63
Boynton RM, Eskew RT, Olson CX. (1985) Blue cones contribute to border distinctness. Vision Research. 25: 1349-52
MacLeod DI, Boynton RM. (1979) Chromaticity diagram showing cone excitation by stimuli of equal luminance. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 69: 1183-6
Boynton RM, Hayhoe MM, MacLeod DIA. (1977) The gap effect: Chromatic and achromatic visual discrimination as affected by field separation Optica Acta. 24: 159-177
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