Thomy Henning Nilsson

Affiliations: 
University of Prince Edward Island (Canada) 
Area:
vision (color, memory, temporal factors, legibility), nerual modeling, human factors (fatigue, driving), aging (quality of life)
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Gillray Kandel research assistant 1961-1963 RPI
 (Convinced me to study psychology as a science of the mind. Introduced me to psychophysical and physiological research.)
Mitch Kietzman research assistant 1963-1964 Columbia University - Biometrics Research
 (Showed me how to do cutting-edge research using state-of-the-art technology.)
Thomas M. Nelson grad student 1964-1972 Univerity of Alberta
 (Enabled me to pursue my own reseacrh on visual sensory processes)
Emanual Donchin post-doc UIUC
 (Showed me how to do research using cortical evoked potentials and computer automated apparatus.d)
Thomas M. Nelson research scientist 1973-1983 University of Alberta
 (Brought me into the wider world of psychological experiments beyond visual psychophysics to include research with chidren and seniors, applied research on fatigue and driving, music, art perception, while still enabling me to pursue experiments on visual)
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Nilsson TH. (2001) Evaluation of target acquisition difficulty using recognition distance to measure required retinal area Optical Engineering. 40: 1827-1834
Nelson TM, Nilsson TH, Piercey DJ, et al. (1999) Improving perception of letters and visual structure of language. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 88: 515-30
Nilsson T, Nelson TM, Carlson D. (1997) Development of fatigue symptoms during simulated driving. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 29: 479-88
Nelson TM, Nilsson TH. (1990) Comparing headphone and speaker effects on simulated driving. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 22: 523-9
Nelson TM, Nilsson TH, Johnson M. (1984) Interaction of temperature, illuminance and apparent time on sedentary work fatigue. Ergonomics. 27: 89-101
Nilsson TH, Richmond CF, Nelson TM. (1975) Flicker adaptation shows evidence of many visual channels selectively sensitive to temporal frequency. Vision Research. 15: 621-4
Nilsson TH, Nelson TM. (1971) Hue shifts produced by intermittent stimulation. Vision Research. 11: 697-712
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