Charles Stromeyer

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Charles Stromeyer"
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Rhea T. Eskew research scientist 1986-1990 Harvard
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Chen Y, Norton D, Stromeyer C. (2014) Prolonged temporal interaction for peripheral visual processing in schizophrenia: evidence from a three-flash illusion. Schizophrenia Research. 156: 190-6
Norton D, Ongur D, Stromeyer C, et al. (2008) Altered 'three-flash' illusion in response to two light pulses in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. 103: 275-82
Stromeyer CF, Kronauer RE, Ryu A, et al. (1995) Contributions of human long-wave and middle-wave cones to motion detection. The Journal of Physiology. 485: 221-43
Chaparro A, Stromeyer CF, Kronauer RE, et al. (1994) Separable red-green and luminance detectors for small flashes. Vision Research. 34: 751-62
Eskew RT, Stromeyer CF, Kronauer RE. (1994) The time-course of chromatic facilitation by luminance contours. Vision Research. 34: 3139-44
Eskew RT, Stromeyer CF, Kronauer RE. (1994) Temporal properties of the red-green chromatic mechanism. Vision Research. 34: 3127-37
Picotte CJ, Stromeyer CF, Eskew RT. (1994) The foveal color-match-area effect. Vision Research. 34: 1605-8
Chaparro A, Stromeyer CF, Huang EP, et al. (1993) Colour is what the eye sees best. Nature. 361: 348-50
Stromeyer CF, Lee J, Eskew RT. (1992) Peripheral chromatic sensitivity for flashes: a post-receptoral red-green asymmetry. Vision Research. 32: 1865-73
Stromeyer CF, Eskew RT, Kronauer RE, et al. (1991) Temporal phase response of the short-wave cone signal for color and luminance. Vision Research. 31: 787-803
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