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Stephen Lehmkuhle

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University of Minnesota-Rochester, Rochester, MN, United States 
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visual system
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Chakraborty S, Tumosa N, Lehmkuhle S. (1998) Visually evoked cortical potentials in awake cats during saccadic eye movements. Experimental Brain Research. 122: 203-13
Steinman BA, Steinman SB, Lehmkuhle S. (1997) Transient visual attention is dominated by the magnocellular stream. Vision Research. 37: 17-23
Patterson R, Bowd C, Phinney R, et al. (1996) Disparity tuning of the stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion aftereffect. Vision Research. 36: 975-83
Steinman BA, Steinman SB, Lehmkuhle S. (1995) Visual attention mechanisms show a center-surround organization. Vision Research. 35: 1859-69
Steinman SB, Steinman BA, Trick GL, et al. (1994) A sensory explanation for visual attention deficits in the elderly. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 71: 743-9
Lehmkuhle S, Garzia RP, Turner L, et al. (1993) A defective visual pathway in children with reading disability. The New England Journal of Medicine. 328: 989-96
Victor JD. (1993) Defective visual pathway in reading-disabled children. The New England Journal of Medicine. 329: 579
Baro JA, Brzezicki LJ, Lehmkuhle S, et al. (1992) The perceived duration of gratings. Perception. 21: 161-6
Sestokas AK, Lehmkuhle S, Kratz KE. (1991) Relationship between response latency and amplitude for ganglion and geniculate X- and Y-cells in the cat. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 60: 59-64
Lovegrove WJ, Lehmkuhle S, Baro JA, et al. (1991) The effects of uniform field flicker and blurring on the global precedence effect Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 29: 289-291
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