Avesh Raghunandan

Affiliations: 
Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State, Big Rapids, MI, United States 
Area:
Visual psychophysics
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Scott B. Stevenson grad student 2006 University of Houston
 (A study of interocular motion mechanisms in human visual systems.)
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Raghunandan A, Andrus J. (2014) Binocular capture: the role of non-linear position mechanisms. Vision Research. 102: 11-8
Raghunandan A. (2011) Binocular capture: the effects of spatial frequency and contrast polarity of the monocular target. Vision Research. 51: 2369-77
Raghunandan A, Anderson CS, Saladin JJ. (2009) Spatial scaling of the binocular capture effect. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 86: 279-85
Raghunandan A, Buckingham RS. (2009) Authors' reply Optometry. 80: 678
Raghunandan A, Frasier J, Poonja S, et al. (2008) Psychophysical measurements of referenced and unreferenced motion processing using high-resolution retinal imaging. Journal of Vision. 8: 14.1-11
Raghunandan A, Buckingham RS. (2008) The utility of clinical electrophysiology in a case of nonorganic vision loss. Optometry (St. Louis, Mo.). 79: 436-43
Raghunandan A, Stevenson SB. (2007) Binocular contrast interactions in two-frame motion discrimination. Perception & Psychophysics. 69: 1002-8
Naidoo KS, Raghunandan A, Mashige KP, et al. (2003) Refractive error and visual impairment in African children in South Africa. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44: 3764-70
Raghunandan A, Visco FE, Stevenson SB. (2003) Contrast interactions in two-frame motion discrimination imply a binocular site of contrast gain control for motion Journal of Vision. 3: 535a
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