John D. Mollon

Affiliations: 
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual system, Color vision
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Bosten JM, Mollon JD, Peterzell DH, et al. (2017) Individual differences as a window into the structure and function of the visual system. Vision Research. 141: 1-3
Mollon JD, Bosten JM, Peterzell DH, et al. (2017) Individual differences in visual science: What can be learned and what is good experimental practice? Vision Research
Bosten JM, Smith L, Mollon JD. (2016) Speed and the coherence of superimposed chromatic gratings. Vision Research
Danilova MV, Mollon JD. (2016) Is discrimination enhanced at a category boundary? The case of unique red Journal of the Optical Society of America a: Optics and Image Science, and Vision. 33: A260-A266
Danilova MV, Mollon JD. (2016) Superior discrimination for hue than for saturation and an explanation in terms of correlated neural noise Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 283
Verhallen RJ, Mollon JD. (2015) A new Mooney test. Behavior Research Methods
Bosten JM, Goodbourn PT, Lawrance-Owen AJ, et al. (2015) A population study of binocular function. Vision Research. 110: 34-50
Verhallen RJ, Bosten JM, Goodbourn PT, et al. (2014) An online version of the Mooney Face Test: phenotypic and genetic associations. Neuropsychologia. 63: 19-25
Danilova MV, Mollon JD. (2014) Is discrimination enhanced at the boundaries of perceptual categories? A negative case. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281: 20140367
Bosten JM, Bargary G, Goodbourn PT, et al. (2014) Individual differences provide psychophysical evidence for separate on- and off-pathways deriving from short-wave cones. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics, Image Science, and Vision. 31: A47-54
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