Robert F. Hess

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
"Robert Hess"
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Gong L, Reynaud A, Hess RF, et al. (2023) The Suppressive Basis of Ocular Dominance Changes Induced by Short-Term Monocular Deprivation in Normal and Amblyopic Adults. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 64: 2
Min SH, Wang Z, Chen MT, et al. (2023) Metaplasticity: Dark exposure boosts local excitability and visual plasticity in adult human cortex. The Journal of Physiology
Alarcon Carrillo S, Hess RF, Mao Y, et al. (2023) Amblyopic stereo vision is efficient but noisy. Vision Research. 210: 108267
Hess RF, Hyun Min S. (2023) Is ocular dominance plasticity a special case of contrast adaptation? Vision Research. 207: 108212
Chen Y, Gao Y, He Z, et al. (2023) Internal neural states influence the short-term effect of monocular deprivation in human adults. Elife. 12
Chen Y, Chen Y, Tao C, et al. (2023) Temporal synchrony discrimination is abnormal in dichoptic but not monocular visual processing in treated anisometropic amblyopes. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics : the Journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians (Optometrists)
Baldwin AS, Finn AE, Green HM, et al. (2022) Exercise does not enhance short-term deprivation-induced ocular dominance plasticity: evidence from dichoptic surround suppression. Vision Research. 201: 108123
Chen Y, Mao Y, Zhou J, et al. (2022) The shift in sensory eye dominance from short-term monocular deprivation exhibits no dependence on test spatial frequency. Eye and Vision (London, England). 9: 32
Min SH, Chen Y, Jiang N, et al. (2022) Issues Revisited: Shifts in Binocular Balance Depend on the Deprivation Duration in Normal and Amblyopic Adults. Ophthalmology and Therapy
Wang X, Song Y, Liao M, et al. (2022) Interocular Transfer: The Dichoptic Flash-Lag Effect in Controls and Amblyopes. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 63: 2
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