Curtis L Baker Jr
Curtis L Baker Jr
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A new anatomical landmark for reliable identification of human area V5/MT: a quantitative analysis of sulcal patterning
SO Dumoulin, RG Bittar, NJ Kabani, CL Baker Jr, G Le Goualher, GB Pike, ...
Cerebral cortex 10 (5), 454-463, 2000
4652000
Human pattern-evoked electroretinogram
RF Hess, CL Baker Jr
Journal of neurophysiology 51 (5), 939-951, 1984
1991984
Central neural mechanisms for detecting second-order motion
CL Baker
Current opinion in neurobiology 9 (4), 461-466, 1999
1701999
Eccentricity-dependent scaling of the limits for short-range apparent motion perception
CL Baker Jr, OJ Braddick
Vision research 25 (6), 803-812, 1985
1521985
Temporal properties of the short-range process in apparent motion
CL Baker Jr, OJ Braddick
Perception 14 (2), 181-192, 1985
1471985
A cortical locus for the processing of contrast-defined contours
I Mareschal, CL Baker Jr
Nature neuroscience 1 (2), 150, 1998
1371998
The basis of area and dot number effects in random dot motion perception
CL Baker Jr, OJ Braddick
Vision research 22 (10), 1253-1259, 1982
1371982
Current source density analysis of linear and non‐linear components of the primate electroretinogram.
CL Baker Jr, RR Hess, BT Olsen, E Zrenner
The Journal of physiology 407 (1), 155-176, 1988
1211988
Temporal and spatial response to second-order stimuli in cat area 18
I Mareschal, CL Baker Jr
Journal of Neurophysiology 80 (6), 2811-2823, 1998
1101998
Spatial frequency selective mechanisms underlying the motion aftereffect
EL Cameron, CL Baker Jr, JC Boulton
Vision research 32 (3), 561-568, 1992
1101992
The jamming avoidance response inEigenmannia revisited: The structure of a neuronal democracy
W Heiligenberg, C Baker, J Matsubara
Journal of comparative physiology 127 (3), 267-286, 1978
1101978
Envelope-responsive neurons in areas 17 and 18 of cat
YX Zhou, CL Baker Jr
Journal of Neurophysiology 72 (5), 2134-2150, 1994
1081994
Linear and nonlinear components of human electroretinogram
CL Baker Jr, RF Hess
Journal of neurophysiology 51 (5), 952-967, 1984
1021984
Spatial properties of envelope-responsive cells in area 17 and 18 neurons of the cat
YX Zhou, CL Baker Jr
Journal of Neurophysiology 75 (3), 1038-1050, 1996
971996
The pattern evoked electroretinogram: its variability in normals and its relationship to amblyopia.
RF Hess, CL Baker, JN Verhoeve, UT Keesey, TD France
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 26 (11), 1610-1623, 1985
971985
Spatial receptive-field properties of direction-selective neurons in cat striate cortex
CL Baker Jr, MS Cynader
Journal of Neurophysiology 55 (6), 1136-1152, 1986
961986
A motion aftereffect from an isoluminant stimulus
KT Mullen, CL Baker Jr
Vision research 25 (5), 685-688, 1985
941985
Cortical specialization for processing first-and second-order motion
SO Dumoulin, CL Baker Jr, RF Hess, AC Evans
Cerebral Cortex 13 (12), 1375-1385, 2003
882003
Assessment of retinal function in severely amblyopic individuals
RF Hess, CL Baker Jr
Vision research 24 (10), 1367-1376, 1984
761984
Does segregation of differently moving areas depend on relative or absolute displacement?
CL Baker Jr, OJ Braddick
Vision research 22 (7), 851-856, 1982
761982
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