Joseph F. Sturr

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Visual psychophysics
"Joseph Sturr"
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Sturr JF, Zhang L, Taub HA, et al. (1997) Psychophysical evidence for losses in rod sensitivity in the aging visual system. Vision Research. 37: 475-81
Jackowski MM, Sturr JF, Taub HA, et al. (1996) Photophobia in patients with traumatic brain injury: Uses of light-filtering lenses to enhance contrast sensitivity and reading rate. Neurorehabilitation. 6: 193-201
Zhang L, Sturr JF. (1995) Aging, background luminance, and threshold-duration functions for detection of low spatial frequency sinusoidal gratings. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 72: 198-204
Taub HA, Sturr JF. (1991) The effects of age and ocular health on letter contrast sensitivity and high and medium contrast acuity as a function of luminance Clinical Vision Sciences. 6: 181-189
Sturr JF, Taub HA, Hall BA. (1991) Foveal early dark adaptation in young and older observers in good ocular health Clinical Vision Sciences. 6: 257-260
Taub HA, Sturr JF. (1990) Evaluating informed consent for research: a methodological study with older adults. Educational Gerontology. 16: 273-81
Sturr JF, Kline GE, Taub HA. (1990) Performance of young and older drivers on a static acuity test under photopic and mesopic luminance conditions. Human Factors. 32: 1-8
Van Orden KF, Sturr JF. (1990) Age-related amplitude changes of the pattern reversal evoked potential depend on stimulus spatial frequency and contrast Clinical Vision Sciences. 6: 31-37
Sturr JF, Church KL, Taub HA. (1988) Temporal summation functions for detection of sine-wave gratings in young and older adults. Vision Research. 28: 1247-53
Sturr JF, Van Orden K, Taub HA. (1987) Selective attenuation in brightness for brief stimuli and at low intensities supports age-related transient channel losses. Experimental Aging Research. 13: 145-9
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