Leo Ganz

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Visual perception, plasticity, development; motion perception
"Leo Ganz"
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Charles Stromeyer grad student Stanford
Robert Sekuler grad student 1961-1963 Brown
Bruno G. Breitmeyer grad student 1968-1972 Stanford
Anthony M. Norcia grad student 1981 Stanford
Stanley A. Klein post-doc Stanford
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Ganz L, Felder R. (1984) Mechanism of directional selectivity in simple neurons of the cat's visual cortex analyzed with stationary flash sequences. Journal of Neurophysiology. 51: 294-324
Ganz L. (1984) Visual cortical mechanisms responsible for direction selectivity. Vision Research. 24: 3-11
Schumer R, Ganz L. (1979) Independent stereoscopic channels for different extents of spatial pooling. Vision Research. 19: 1303-14
Tieger T, Ganz L. (1979) Recognition of faces in the presence of two-dimensional sinusoidal masks Perception & Psychophysics. 26: 163-167
Breitmeyer BG, Ganz L. (1977) Temporal studies with flashed gratings: inferences about human transient and sustained channels. Vision Research. 17: 861-5
Coffin S, Ganz L. (1977) Perceptual correlates of variability in the duration of the cortical excitability cycle. Neuropsychologia. 15: 231-41
Ungerleider L, Ganz L, Pribram KH. (1977) Size constancy in rhesus monkeys: effects of pulvinar, prestriate, and inferotemporal lesions. Experimental Brain Research. 27: 251-69
Breitmeyer BG, Ganz L. (1976) Implications of sustained and transient channels for theories of visual pattern masking, saccadic suppression, and information processing. Psychological Review. 83: 1-36
Spear PD, Ganz L. (1975) Effects of visual cortex lesions following recovery from monocular deprivation in the cat. Experimental Brain Research. 23: 181-201
Ganz L, Haffner ME. (1974) Permanent perceptual and neurophysiological effects of visual deprivation in the cat. Experimental Brain Research. 20: 67-87
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