Allen M. Granda

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University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Area:
Vision Psychophysics
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Lorrin Riggs grad student 1959 Brown (Neurotree)

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Stephen Yazulla grad student University of Delaware (Neurotree)
James R. Dearworth grad student 1993-1999 University of Delaware (Neurotree)
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Dearworth JR, Granda AM. (2002) Multiplied functions unify shapes of ganglion-cell receptive fields in retina of turtle. Journal of Vision. 2: 204-17
Granda AM, Dearworth JR, Subramaniam B. (1999) Balanced interactions in ganglion-cell receptive fields. Visual Neuroscience. 16: 319-32
Granda AM. (1997) Harmonic organization of surround receptive fields in turtle retinal ganglion cells Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S233
Dearworth JR, Granda AM. (1996) The organization of ganglion-cell receptive fields in turtle with respect to color, background, and APB Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 37: S1057
Granda AM, Dearworth JR, Kittila CA, et al. (1995) The pupillary response to light in the turtle. Visual Neuroscience. 12: 1127-33
Kittila CA, Granda AM. (1994) Functional morphologies of retinal ganglion cells in the turtle. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 350: 623-45
Dvorak CA, Granda AM. (1990) Wavelength-dependent temporal properties of retinal horizontal cells in turtles. Visual Neuroscience. 4: 427-35
Sisson DF, Granda AM. (1989) Psychophysically derived visual mechanisms in turtle. II--Spatial properties. Vision Research. 29: 107-14
Granda AM, Fulbrook JE. (1989) Classification of turtle retinal ganglion cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 62: 723-37
Granda AM, Maxwell JH, Fulbrook JE. (1986) Photoreceptor input and temporal summation in turtle retinal ganglion cells. Vision Research. 26: 1667-76
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