William AH Rushton

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"William Rushton"
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Edgar Douglas Adrian grad student 1925-1928 Cambridge


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Keith D. White research assistant 1971-1972 Florida State
Horace Barlow grad student Cambridge
P A. Merton grad student Cambridge
Fergus W. Campbell post-doc 1953-1954 Cambridge
Kai Otto Donner post-doc 1955-1956 Cambridge
Stephen S. Easter Jr. post-doc 1967-1968 Cambridge
Donald I. A. MacLeod post-doc 1970-1974 Cambridge
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Rushton WA, MacLeod DI. (1986) The equivalent background of bleaching. Perception. 15: 689-703
Rodieck RW, Rushton WA. (1976) Cancellation of rod signals by cones, and cone signals by rods in the cat retina. The Journal of Physiology. 254: 775-85
Rodieck RW, Rushton WA. (1976) Isolation of rod and cone contributions to cat ganglion cells by a method of light exchange. The Journal of Physiology. 254: 759-73
Gosline CJ, MacLeod DI, Rushton WA. (1976) The dark adaptation curve of rods measured by their after-image. The Journal of Physiology. 259: 491-9
Cleland BG, Levick WR, Rushton WA. (1975) Proceedings: Visual signals in the cat. The Journal of Physiology. 252: 42P-43P
Gosline CJ, Macleod DI, Rushton WA. (1973) Proceedings: Rod dark-adaptation measured above the cone threshold. The Journal of Physiology. 234: 27P-28P
Rushton WA, Powell DS, White KD. (1973) The spectral sensitivity of "red" and "green" cones in the normal eye. Vision Research. 13: 2003-15
Rushton WA, Powell DS, White KD. (1973) Pigments in anomalous trichromats. Vision Research. 13: 2017-31
Rushton WA, Powell DS, White KD. (1973) Exchange thresholds in dichromats. Vision Research. 13: 1993-2002
Rushton WA, Powell DS, White KD. (1973) Anomalous pigments in the eyes of the red-green colour blind. Nature. 243: 167-8
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