Sarah A. Khan

Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON 
Visual system, development, thyroid hormone
"Sarah Khan"
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Arcaro MJ, Thaler L, Quinlan DJ, et al. (2018) Psychophysical and neuroimaging responses to moving stimuli in a patient with the Riddoch phenomenon due to bilateral visual cortex lesions. Neuropsychologia
Simic N, Khan S, Rovet J. (2013) Visuospatial, visuoperceptual, and visuoconstructive abilities in congenital hypothyroidism. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : Jins. 19: 1119-27
Wolf ME, Whitwell RL, Brown LE, et al. (2010) Preserved visual abilities following large bilateral lesions of the occipitotemporal cortex Journal of Vision. 8: 624-624
Goodale MA, Wolf ME, Whitwell RL, et al. (2010) Preserved motion processing and visuomotor control in a patient with large bilateral lesions of occipitotemporal cortex Journal of Vision. 8: 371-371
Khan SA, Timney B. (2007) Alcohol does not affect dark adaptation or luminance increment thresholds. Journal of Studies On Alcohol and Drugs. 68: 493-502
Khan SA, Timney B. (2007) Alcohol slows interhemispheric transmission, increases the flash-lag effect, and prolongs masking: evidence for a slowing of neural processing and transmission. Vision Research. 47: 1821-32
Khan S, Wheelock M, Timney B. (2004) The effects of alcohol on interhemispheric transmission Journal of Vision. 4: 500-500
Khan SA, Ford K, Timney B, et al. (2003) Effects of ethanol on anti-saccade task performance. Experimental Brain Research. 150: 68-74
Johnston K, Timney B, Leung D, et al. (2002) Alcohol reduces simultaneous contrast effects in human vision Journal of Vision. 2: 208a
Khan S, Johnston K, Timney B. (2001) Dark adaptation functions and increment thresholds following alcohol ingestion Journal of Vision. 1: 455a
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