Eugene Levinson

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
"Eugene Levinson"
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Baro JA, Levinson E. (1988) Apparent motion can be perceived between patterns with dissimilar spatial frequencies. Vision Research. 28: 1311-3
Levinson E, Sekuler R. (1980) A two-dimensional analysis of direction-specific adaptation. Vision Research. 20: 103-7
Levinson E, Blake R. (1979) Stereopsis by harmonic analysis. Vision Research. 19: 73-8
Camisa J, Blake R, Levinson E. (1977) Visual movement perception in the cat is directionally selective. Experimental Brain Research. 29: 429-32
Blake R, Levinson E. (1977) Spatial properties of binocular neurones in the human visual system. Experimental Brain Research. 27: 221-32
Sekuler R, Levinson E. (1977) The perception of moving targets. Scientific American. 236: 60-4, 70-3
Levinson E, Sekuler R. (1976) Adaptation alters perceived direction of motion. Vision Research. 16: 779-81
Levinson E, Sekuler R. (1975) The independence of channels in human vision selective for direction of movement. The Journal of Physiology. 250: 347-66
Levinson E, Sekuler R. (1975) Inhibition and disinhibition of direction-specific mechanisms in human vision. Nature. 254: 692-4
Sekuler R, Tynan P, Levinson E. (1973) Visual temporal order: a new illusion. Science (New York, N.Y.). 180: 210-2
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