Frederick A. Mote

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Determinants of dark adaptation in human vision.
Website:
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Mote FA. (1967) Visual sensitivity. Annual Review of Psychology. 18: 41-64
MOTE FA, GRANT DA, HOFFMAN GK. (1961) The effect of brief flashes of light upon peripheral dark adaption. The Journal of General Psychology. 64: 233-44
MOTE FA, FORBES LM. (1957) Changing preexposure and dark adaptation. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 47: 287-90
FORBES LM, MOTE FA. (1956) A comparison of the variability of binocular and monocular threshold measurements during dark adaptation in the human eye. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 49: 431-6
ARCHER EJ, KENT GW, MOTE FA. (1956) Effect of long-term practice and time-on-target information feedback on a complex tracking task. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 51: 103-12
MOTE FA, ADAIR ER. (1955) Dark adaptation after intermittent and continuous pre-exposures of equal duration. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 49: 215-9
MOTE FA. (1955) Variability of measurements of human dark adaptation. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 45: 7-12
MOTE FA, BRIGGS GE, MICHELS KM. (1954) The reliability of measurements of human dark adaptation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 48: 69-74
LEIBOWITZ H, MOTE FA, THURLOW WR. (1953) Simultaneous contrast as a function of separation between test and inducing fields. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 46: 453-6
MOTE FA, RIOPELLE AJ. (1953) The effect of varying the intensity and the duration of pre-exposure upon subsequent dark adaptation in the human eye. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 46: 49-55
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