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Journal Article (39)

  1. Journal Article
    Lee, B. B.: Visual pathways and psychophysical channels in the primate. The Journal of Physiology - London 589 (1), pp. 41 - 47 (2011)
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    Lee, B. B.; Sun, H.; Valberg, A.: Segregation of chromatic and luminance signals using a novel grating stimulus. The Journal of Physiology - London 589 (1), pp. 59 - 73 (2011)
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    Lee, B. B.; Martin, P. R.; Gruenert, U.: Retinal connectivity and primate vision. Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 29 (6), pp. 622 - 639 (2010)
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    Lee, B. B.; Martin, P.; Valberg, A.: Sensitivity of macaque retinal ganglion cells to chromatic and luminance flicker. Journal of Physiology 414 (1), pp. 223 - 243 (1989)
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    Lee, B. B.; Martin, P.; Valberg, A.: Amplitude and phase of responses of macaque retinal ganglion cells to flickering stimuli. Journal of Physiology 414 (1), pp. 245 - 263 (1989)
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    Lee, B. B.; Martin, P.; Valberg, A.: Nonlinear summation of M- and L-cone inputs to phasic retinal ganglion cells of the macaque. Journal of Neuroscience 9 (4), pp. 1433 - 1442 (1989)
  7. Journal Article
    Valberg, A.; Lee, B. B.: Detection and discrimination of colour, a comparison of physiological and psychophysical data. Physica Scripta 39 (1), pp. 178 - 186 (1989)
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    Lee, B. B.; Martin, P.; Valberg, A.: The physiological basis of heterochromatic flicker photometry demonstrated in the ganglion cells of the macaque retina. Journal of Physiology 404, pp. 323 - 347 (1988)
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    Crook, J. M.; Langemalecki, B.; Lee, B. B.; Valberg, A.: Visual resolution of macaque retinal ganglion cells. The Journal of Physiology 396, pp. 205 - 224 (1988)
  10. Journal Article
    Creutzfeldt, O. D.; Weber, H.; Tanaka, M.; Lee, B. B.: Neuronal representation of spectral and spatial stimulus aspects in foveal and parafoveal area 17 of the awake monkey. Experimental Brain Research 68 (3), pp. 541 - 564 (1987)
  11. Journal Article
    Crook, J. M.; Lee, B. B.; Tigwell, D.A.; Valberg, A.: Thresholds to chromatic spots of cells in the macaque geniculate nucleus as compared to detection sensitivity in man. Journal of Physiology 392, pp. 193 - 211 (1987)
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    Lee, B. B.; Valberg, A.; Tigwell, D.A.; Tryti, J.: An account of responses of spectrally opponent neurons in macaque lateral geniculate nucleus to successive contrast. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 230 (1260), pp. 293 - 314 (1987)
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    Valberg, A.; Lee, B. B.; Tryti, J.: Simulation of responses of spectrally-opponent neurones in the macaque lateral geniculate nucleus to chromatic and achromatic light stimuli. Vision Research 27 (6), pp. 867 - 882 (1987)
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    Veijo, V.; Lee, B. B.; Creutzfeldt, O. D.: Mesopic spectral responses and the Purkinje shift of macaque lateral geniculate nucleus cells. Vision Research 27 (2), pp. 191 - 200 (1987)
  15. Journal Article
    Creutzfeldt, O.; Lee, B. B.; Valberg, A.: Colour and brightness signals of parvocellular lateral geniculate neurons. Experimental Brain Research 63 (1), pp. 21 - 34 (1986)
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    Valberg, A.; Seim, T.; Lee, B. B.; Tryti, J.: Reconstruction of equidistant color space from responses of visual neurones of macaques. ournal of the Optical Society of America A 3 (10), pp. 1726 - 1734 (1986)
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    Valberg, A.; Lee, B. B.; Tigwell, D.A.: Neurones with strong inhibitory S-cone inputs in the macaque lateral geniculate nucleus. Vision Research 26 (7), pp. 1061 - 1064 (1986)
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    Valberg, A.; Lee, B. B.; Tigwell, D.A.; Creutzfeldt, O. D.: A simultaneous contrast effect of steady remote surrounds on responses of cells in macaque lateral geniculate nucleus. Experimental Brain Research 58 (3), pp. 604 - 608 (1985)
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    Lee, B. B.; Virsu, V.; Creutzfeldt, O. D.: Linear signal transmission from prepotentials to cells in the macaque lateral geniculate nucleus. Experimental Brain Research 52 (1), pp. 50 - 56 (1983)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. Book Chapter
    Lee, B. B.; Silveira, L. C. L.: Cone opponency: An efficient way of transmitting chromatic information. In: Human Color Vision (Eds. Kremers, J.; Baraas, R. C.; Marshall, N. J.) (2016)
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