Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science: The Professor Jay M. Enoch Festschrift Volume by V. LakshminarayananBasic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science: The Professor Jay M. Enoch Festschrift Volume by V. Lakshminarayanan

Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science: The Professor Jay M. Enoch Festschrift Volume

byV. Lakshminarayanan

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Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Sciencescontains the edited papers presented at the Enoch Vision Science Symposium, April 27-30 1996, which was organized in honor of the pioneer in vision science, Dr Jay M Enoch. Dr Enoch served for twelve years as Dean, School of Optometry, University of California, Berkeley.
The book is organized along the lines of Dr. Enoch's contributions to vision science, but is not limited to these topics. Of special note, the reader will find papers on important new developments in photoreceptor, ophthalmic and visual optics, retinal imaging, ophthalmic physiology and pathophysiology, visual psychophysics and visual techniques.
The papers are grouped into the following sections:
  • photoreceptor optics;
  • ophthalmic and visual optics;
  • binocular vision, developmental vision, eye movements and physiology;
  • ophthalmic dysfunction;
  • visual psychophysics and clinical applications;
  • history of vision science. £/LIST£
  • Title:Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science: The Professor Jay M. Enoch Festschrift VolumeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:324 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:November 5, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

    The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

    ISBN - 10:9401064032

    ISBN - 13:9789401064033

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    Table of Contents

    Part I. A Multifaceted Career in Basic and Applied Vision Science; J.M. Enoch. Publications of Professor Jay M. Enoch. Part II. Photoreceptor Optics. Photoreceptor Waveguides - A Simple Approach; S.A. Klein. Imaging Photoreceptors in the Living Eye with Adaptive Optics; J. Liang, et al. Photopigment Absorptance and Directional Sensitivity in Peripheral Primate Retina; O.S. Packer, D.R. Williams. Refractive Index Gradients in Sunfish Cones; M.P. Rowe, et al. Apodization neutralization: A New Technique for Investigating the Impact of the Stiles-Crawford Effect on the Visual Function; M.C. Rynders, et al. Analysis of Human Receptor Density; C.W. Tyler. Directional Sensitivity of the Cone System in Normal and Anomalous Color Vision; P.L. Walraven. Ophthalmic and Visual Optics. A Formalism for Analyzing Degraded Edges Using Modified Heaviside Functions; M.L. Calvo, et al. Clinical Implications of Changes in Lens and Ocular Imaging Properties; M.C.W. Campbell, et al. Color and Luminance: A 24 Bit Analysis of Eccentric Photorefraction Combined with Bruckner Red Reflex (VVDA); G. Cibis, et al. Potential Acuity on a Shoestring: The Use of Entoptic Imagery; T.E. Cohn, J.M. Enoch. The Axial Length/Corneal Radius Ratio on Emmetropia and Ametropia: A Review; T. Grosvenor, D.A. Goss. New Progressive Addition Lenses with Aspherical Prescription Surfaces; G. Guilino. Calculation of Aberration Coefficients: A Matrix Method; V. Lakshminarayanan, S. Varadharajan. Residual Stress in PRK Operated Cornea and Evaluation of the Retinal Image; H. Ohzu, et al. The Rotating Dandelion: A New Entoptic Phenomenon?; L. Spillman. Sampling Theory of Visual Resolution and Its Clinical Applications; L.N. Thibos. Binocular Vision, Developmental Vision, Eye Movements and Physiology. A New Method for Measurement of Cyclodeviation in Diagnostic Positions by the New Cyclo Test; S. Awaya, et al. Activity of the Human Primary Motor Cortex During Motor Performance and Motor Imagery: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Investigation; P. Baraldi, et al. Binocular Chromatic Rivalry and Chromatic Grid Stimuli; M.C. Barris. Modeling Magno- and Parvo-Like Contributions from Contrast-Response Functions Using Neuromagnetic Measures; H.-W. Chen, et al. Equivalence of Temporal Frequency and Modulation Depth for Flicker Response Suppression: Preliminary Results; A. Eisner. Haemostatic Effects of the CW-Nd:YAG Laser; F. Fankhauser, S. Kwasniewska. Developing Magnocellular Pathways in Children Show Reduced Sensitivity to Movement Discrimination; T. Lawton. An Anatomical Method for Monitoring Experimentally-Induced Changes in Eye-Related Columns in Kitten Visual Cortex; D. Mitchell, C. Beaver. The Effects of Barium on Retinal Function in the Rabbit; I. Perlman, et al. Exploring the Characteristics of Secret Eye Movements During Fixation: A New Approach of Chaotic Time Series; R.A. Schuchard, J.M. Lim. Visual Imagery and Virtual Reality: New Evidence Supporting the Scanpath Theory Explains the Illusion of Completeness and Clarity; L. Stark, et al. Guided Search 3.0: A Model of Visual Search Catches Up with Jay Enoch 40 Years Later; J.M. Wolfe. Ophthalmic Dysfunction. Treatment Trial for Retinitis Pigmentosa; E.L. Berson. Evaluation of Lymphocyte Proliferation Assay to Purified Protein Derivative, Enzyme Linked Immunosorbant Assay, And Tuberculin Hypersensitivity in Eales' Disease; J. Biswas, et al. Refractive Surgery in Flux; T.J. Campen, et al. Visual Function Favors Age- Related Macular Degeneration? A Tentative Hypothesis; E.C. Campos, et al. Comparison of Goldmann Tonometry Measurements Using Creamer vs Fluorescein in Cynomolgus Monkeys; M.A. Croft, et al. Wavelength Dependent Lens Transmission Properties in Diabetics and Non-Diabetics; C.A. Johnson, et al. Phototoxic Consequences of the Corneal Dome; L.S. Kwok. Topography of Rod and Cone Sensitivity Loss in Retinitis Pigmentosa; S. Nusinowitz, D.G. Birch. Residual Psychophysical Deficits Following Recovery from the Cuban Epidemic of Optic Neuropathy; A. Sadun, R. Rubin. In Vivo Cellular Characterization of Retinal Pathology in a Small Eye Animal; H. Zwick, et al. Visual Psychophysics and Clinical Applications. Outside-In Processing and the Global Precedence Effect; G. Amirkhiabani. Visual Fields and Functionality; I.L. Bailey. Assessing Reading Ability in Normal and Low Vision Using the MNREAD Reading Acuity Chart: Preliminary Results; J.E. Bailey, V. Lakshminarayanan. Sensory Deficits in Idiopathic Congenital Nystagmus; H.E. Bedell, M.T. Ukwade. Optical Transfer Functions, Polyplopia and Selective Spatial Frequency Loss in Contrast Sensitivity Functions; L. Bour, P. Apkarian. A New Look at the Utrocular Discrimination; A.I. Cogan. The Effect of Age on the Westheimer Function; J. Comerford, et al. Extensions of Sustained-Like and Transient-Like Effects; E.A. Essock, et al. Functional and Imaging Investigations in Patients with Well-Defined Abnormalities of the Visual System; F.W. Fitzke. Evaluation of Quantitative Measurement of Prism Induced Metamorphopsia; H. Hirose, et al. An Analysis of Human Visual Receptive Fields Using the Perimetric Method; K. Kani, et al. Reaction Times for Recognition of Degraded Facial Images; V. Lakshminarayanan, et al. Functional Division of Human Retina; L. Liu, C.M. Schor. Grating Visual Acuity with Short Exposure Duration; S. Yamade, M. Kono. Double Flash Resolution Altered in Aging and Early Glaucoma; T. Yasuma, et al. History of Vision Science. Descartes' Contact Tube: A Contribution to Contact Lens History; R.F. Heitz. Mach Bands and Art; M.F. Marmor. Author Index.