Dimitris Mylonas, MSc Colour Imaging

Cell & Developmental Biology University College London, London, United Kingdom 
colour vision, neuro-aesthetics
"Dimitris Mylonas"
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Semir Zeki research assistant 2011- UCL
Lindsay MacDonald grad student -
Lewis D. Griffin grad student 2015- UCL
Andrew Stockman grad student 2015-2019 UCL
Sophie Wuerger research scientist 2010-2011 University of Liverpool
Jules Davidoff research scientist 2014-2020 Goldsmiths College London
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Mylonas D, Griffin LD. (2020) Coherence of achromatic, primary and basic classes of colour categories. Vision Research. 175: 14-22
Zeki S, Javier A, Mylonas D. (2019) The Biological Basis of the Experience and Categorization of Colour. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Griffin LD, Mylonas D. (2019) Categorical colour geometry. Plos One. 14: e0216296
Griber YA, Mylonas D, Paramei GV. (2018) Objects as culture‐specific referents of color terms in Russian Color Research & Application. 43: 958-975
Zeki S, Cheadle S, Pepper J, et al. (2017) The Constancy of Colored After-Images. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 229
Paramei GV, Griber YA, Mylonas D. (2017) An online color naming experiment in Russian using Munsell color samples Color Research & Application. 43: 358-374
Mylonas D. (2015) New chair and co‐chair of the AIC study group on the language of colour Color Research and Application. 40: 382-382
Mylonas D, Macdonald L. (2015) Augmenting basic colour terms in english Color Research and Application
Griffin LD, Sutcliffe AG, Bradbury K, et al. (2014) Colour and spectral reflectance of stools from normal neonatal babies Color Research and Application
Xiao K, Fu C, Mylonas D, et al. (2013) Unique hue data for colour appearance models. Part II: Chromatic adaptation transform Color Research and Application. 38: 22-29
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