General psychophysics


Gorea, A. (2015). A refresher of the original Bloch’s Law paper (Bloch, July 1885). iPerception, in press.

Gorea, A. & Tyler, W.C. (2013). Dips and Bumps: On Bloch's law and the Broca-Sulzer phenomenon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 110(15), E1330.

Gorea A. & Sagi D. (2001). Disentangling signal from noise in visual contrast discrimination. Nature Neuroscience, 4, 146 - 1150.

Gorea A., Wardak C. & Lorenzi C. (2000). Visual sensitivity to temporal modulations of temporal noise. Vision Research, 40, 3817-3822.

Gorea A. & Hammett, S.T. (1998). Spatio-Temporal Vernier Acuity. Spatial Vision, 11, 295-313.

Papathomas T.V, Gorea A. & Chubb C. (1996) Precise assessment of mean luminance of texture patches: a task-oriented approach, Vision Research, 36, 3775-3784.

Agonie C. & Gorea A. (1993). Equivalent Luminance Contrast of red-green drifting stimuli: dependency on luminance-color interactions and on the psychophysical task, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 10, 1341-1352.

Gorea A. (1987). Masking efficiency as a function of stimulus onset asynchrony for spatial frequency detection and identification, Spatial Vision 2, 51-60.

Gorea A. (1986). Temporal integration characteristics in spatial frequency identification, Vision Research, 26, 511-515.

Tyler C.W. & Gorea A. (1986). Different encoding mechanisms for phase and contrast, Vision Research, 26, 1073-1082.

Gorea A. & Tyler C.W. (1986). New look at Bloch's law for contrast, Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 3, 52-61.

Gorea A. & Fiorentini A. (1982). Interactions orientationnelles entre des réseaux stationnaires et en mouvement, L'Année Psychol., 82, 45-65.

Gorea A. & Rogowitz B. (1980). Detection of complex spatio-temporal patterns, In Recent Advances in Vision. Optical Society of America.

Kulikowski J.J. & Gorea A. (1978). Complete adaptation to patterned stimuli: a necessary and sufficient condition for Weber's law for contrast, Vision Research, 18, 1223-1227.

Gorea A. (1977). Les canaux de fréquence spatiale sont-ils susceptibles de s'adapter? L'Année Psychol., 77, 311-324.


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