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Eugene Switkes

Chemistry & Biochemistry University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
applications of basic quantum mechanical theory to problems in organic chemistry and biochemistry, and information processing by the visual system
"Eugene Switkes"

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William N. Lipscomb grad student 1970 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
 (Orbital theories in quantum chemistry)
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Switkes E. (2008) Contrast salience across three-dimensional chromoluminance space. Vision Research. 48: 1812-9
Wilson JA, Switkes E. (2005) Integration of differing chromaticities in early and midlevel spatial vision. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 22: 2169-81
Wilson JA, Switkes E, De Valois RL. (2004) Glass pattern studies of local and global processing of contrast variations. Vision Research. 44: 2629-41
Switkes E, Wilson JA, De Valois RL. (2003) Glass pattern studies of contrast effects in feature integration and segmentation Journal of Vision. 3: 4a
Wilson JA, Switkes E, De Valois RL. (2001) Effects of contrast variations on the perception of glass patterns Journal of Vision. 1: 152a
Switkes E, Crognale MA. (1999) Comparison of color and luminance contrast: apples versus oranges? Vision Research. 39: 1823-31
Crognale MA, Switkes E, Adams AJ. (1997) Temporal response characteristics of the spatiochromatic visual evoked potential: nonlinearities and departures from psychophysics. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 14: 2595-607
De Valois RL, De Valois KK, Switkes E, et al. (1997) Hue scaling of isoluminant and cone-specific lights. Vision Research. 37: 885-97
Schneck ME, Fortune B, Switkes E, et al. (1997) Acute effects of blood glucose on chromatic visually evoked potentials in persons with diabetes and in normal persons. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 38: 800-10
Switkes E, Crognale M, Rabin J, et al. (1996) Reply to "specificity and selectivity of chromatic visual evoked potentials". Vision Research. 36: 3403-5
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