Carl R. Ingling

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Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
visual psychophysics
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Robert M. Boynton grad student 1968 Rochester (Neurotree)

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Alan Laird Lewis grad student 1968-1971 Ohio State (Neurotree)
Vincent A. Billock grad student 1983-1987 Ohio State (Neurotree)
Scott S. Grigsby grad student 1984-1988 Ohio State (Neurotree)
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Ingling CR, Grigsby SS, Long RC. (1992) Comparison of spectral sensitivity using heterochromatic flicker photometry and an acuity criterion Color Research & Application. 17: 187-196
Ingling CR, Grigsby SS. (1991) Perceptual correlates of magnocellular and parvocellular channels: Seeing form and depth in afterimages. Reply to Hubel and Livingstone Vision Research. 31: 1657-1658
Ingling CR, Grigsby SS. (1990) Perceptual correlates of magnocellular and parvocellular channels: seeing form and depth in afterimages. Vision Research. 30: 823-8
Ingling CR, Martinez-Uriegas E, Grigsby SS. (1990) Test for a correlation between VΛ and the +y opponent-channel sensitivity Color Research & Application. 15: 285-290
Ingling CR, Tsou BH. (1988) Spectral sensitivity for flicker and acuity criteria. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics and Image Science. 5: 1374-8
Ingling CR, Martinez-Uriegas E. (1985) The spatiotemporal properties of the r-g X-cell channel. Vision Research. 25: 33-8
Ingling CR, Tsou BH. (1985) Flicker photometry and achromatic-channel structure. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics and Image Science. 2: 1375-8
Ingling CR, Martinez E, Lewis AL. (1983) Tonic-phasic-channel dichotomy and Crozier's law. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 73: 183-9
Ingling CR, Martinez-Uriegas E. (1983) The relationship between spectral sensitivity and spatial sensitivity for the primate r-g X-channel. Vision Research. 23: 1495-500
Ingling CR, Martinez-Uriegas E. (1983) Simple-opponent receptive fields are asymmetrical: G-cone centers predominate. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 73: 1527-32
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