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  • Norcia AM, Wesemann W, Manny RE. (1999). Electrophysiological correlates of vernier and relative motion mechanisms in human visual cortex. Visual Neuroscience. 16: 1123-31.
  • Brown RJ, Candy TR, Norcia AM. (1999). Development of rivalry and dichoptic masking in human infants. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 40: 3324-33.
  • Pennefather PM, Chandna A, Kovacs I, Polat U, Norcia AM. (1999). Contour detection threshold: repeatability and learning with "contour cards". Spatial Vision, 12: 257-66.
  • Shea SJ, Chandna A, Norcia AM. (1999). Oscillatory motion but not pattern reversal elicits monocular motion VEP biases in infantile esotropia. Vision Res. 39: 1803-11.
  • Skoczenski AM, Norcia AM. (1999). The development of VEP vernier acuity and grating acuity in human infants. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 40: 2411-17.
  • Wilson JR, Noyd WW, Aiyer AD, Norcia AM, Mustari MJ, Boothe RG. (1999). Asymmetric responses in cortical visually evoked potentials to motion are not derived from eye movements. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. (40(10): 2435-39.


  • Brosnahan D, Norcia AM, Schor CM, Taylor D. (1998). OKN, perceptual and VEP direction biases in strabismus. Vision Research. 38: 2833-40.
  • Brown RJ, Wilson JR, Norcia AM, Boothe RG. (1998). Development of directional motion symmetry in the monocular visually evoked potential of infant monkeys. Vision Research. 38: 1253-63.
  • Kasamatsu T, Kitano M, Sutter EE, Norcia AM. (1998). Lack of lateral inhibitory interactions in visual cortex of monocularly deprived cats. Vision Research. 38:(1): 1-25.
  • Polat U, Mizobe K, Pettet MV, Kasamatsu T, Norcia AM. (1998). Collinear stimuli regulate visual responses depending on cell's contrast threshold. Nature, 391: 580-83.
  • Skoczenski A, Norcia AM. (1998). Neural noise limitations on infant sensitivity. Nature, 391: 697-700.
  • Polat U, Norcia AM. (1998). Elongated physiological summation pools in human visual cortex. Vision Research, 38: 3735-42.


  • Brown RJ, Norcia AM. (1997). A method for investigating binocular rivalry in real-time with the steady-state VEP. Vision Research, 37: 2349-60.
  • Peterzell DH, Norcia AM. (1997). Spatial frequency masking with the sweep VEP. Vision Research, 37: 2401-08.
  • Polat U, Sagi D, Norcia AM. (1997). Abnormal long-range spatial interactions in amblyopia. Vision Research, 37: 737-44.


  • Allen D, Tyler CW, Norcia AM. (1996). Development of grating acuity and contrast sensitivity in the central and peripheral visual field of the human infant. Vision Research, 36: 1945-53.
  • Wesemann W, Norcia AM, Manny RE. (1996). Messung der Noniussehscharfe und der Bewegungswahrnehmung mit dem Parameter-Sweep-VEP. Klin. Monatsbl. Augenheilkd. 208: 11-7.
  • Polat U, Norcia AM. (1996). Neurophysiological evidence for contrast dependent long range facilitation and suppression in the human visual cortex. Vision Research, 36: 2099-110
  • Norcia AM. (1996). Abnormal motion processing and binocularity: Infantile esotropia as a model system for effects of early interruptions of binocularity. Eye, 10: 259-65.


  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1995). Coherent bispectral analysis of the steady-state VEP. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc., 17.
  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1995). Application of adaptive filtering to the steady-state evoked response. Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 33: 391-5.
  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1995). An adaptive filter for steady-state evoked responses. Electroencephalog. Clin. Neurophysiol., 96: 168-77.
  • Kitano M, Kasamatsu T, Norcia AM, Sutter EE. (1995). Spatially distributed responses induced by contrast reversal in cat visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res., 104: 297-309.
  • Norcia AM, Hamer RD, Jampolsky A, Orel-Bixler D. (1995). Plasticity of human motion processing mechanisms following surgery for infantile esotropia. Vision Research, 35: 3279-96.


  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1994). Evaluation of a new Laplacian filter for steady-state EPs. Proc. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc., 16: 211-12.
  • Kitano M, Niiyama K, Kasamatsu T, Sutter EE, Norcia AM. (1994). Retinotopic and non-retinotopic field potentials in cat visual cortex. Visual Neuroscience, 11: 953-77.
  • Jampolsky A, Norcia AM, Hamer RD. (1994). Preoperative alternate occlusion decreases motion processing abnormalities in infantile esotropia. J. Ped. Ophthalmol. Strab., 31: 6-17.
  • Hamer RD, Norcia AM. (1994). The development of motion sensitivity during the first year of life. Vision Research, 34: 2387-402.


  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1993). Improved processing of the steady-state evoked potential. Encephalog. Clin. Neurophysiol., 88: 323-34.
  • Hamer RD, Norcia AM, Orel-Bixler D, Hoyt CS. (1993). Motion VEPs in late-onset esotropia. Clin. Vision Sci. 8: 55-62. 
  • Allen D, Banks MS, Norcia AM. (1993). Does chromatic sensitivity develop more slowly than luminance sensitivity? Vision Research, 33: 2553-62.


  • Wesemann W, Norcia AM. (1992). Contrast dependence of the oscillatory motion threshold across the visual field. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 9(10): 1663-71.
  • Hamer RD, Norcia AM, Day SH, Haegerstrom-Portnoy G, Lewsi D, Hsu-Winges C. (1992). Comparison of on-and-off-axis photorefraction with cycloplegic retinoscopy in infant. J. Ped. Ophthalmol. Strab, 29: 232-9.


  • Wesemann W, Norcia AM, Allen D. (1991). Theory of eccentric photorefraction (photoretinoscopy): Astigmatic eyes. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 8: 2038-47.
  • Ohashi T, Norcia AM, Kasamatsu T, Jampolsky A. (1991). Recovery from effects of monocular deprivation caused by diffusion and occlusion. Brain Research,  548: 63-73.
  • Norcia AM, Garcia H, Humphry R, Holmes A, Hamer RD, Orel-Bixler D. (1991). Anomolous motion VEPs in infants and in infantile esotropia. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 32: 436-9.


  • Tang Y, Norcia AM. (1990). Improved parameter estimation of steady-state visual evoked potentials. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc., 12: 903-5.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW, Hamer RD. (1990). Development of contrast sensitivity in the human infant. Vision Research, 30: 1475-86.


  • Hsu-Winges C, Hamer RD, Norcia AM, Wesemann H, Chan C. (1989). Polaroid photorefractive screening of infants. J. Ped. Ophthalmol. Strab. 26: 254-60.
  • Hamer RD, Norcia AM, Tyler CW, Hsu-Winges C. (1989). The development of monocular and binocular VEP acuity. Vision Research. 29: 397-408.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW, hamer RD, Wesemann W. (1989). Measurement of spatial contrast sensitivity with the swept contrast VEP. Vision Research. 29: 627-37.


  • Day SH, Norcia AM. (1988). Photographic screening for factors leading to amblyopia. Am. Orthoptic J. 38: 51-5.
  • Day SH, Orel-Bixler DA, Norcia AM. (1988). Abnormal acuity development in infantile esotropia. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 29: 327-9
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW, Hamer RD. (1988). High visual contrast sensitivity in the young human infant. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 29: 44-9.


  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW, Piecuch R, Clyman R, Grobstein J. (1987). Visual acuity development in normal and abnormal preterm human infants. J Pediatr. Ophthalmol. Strabis. 24: 70-4.
  • Orel-Bixler DA, Norcia AM. (1987). Differential growth of acuity for steady-state pattern reversal and transient pattern. Clin. Vision Sci. 2, 1-9.


  • Norcia AM, Zadnik K, Day SH. (1986). Photorefraction with a catadioptric lens. Improvement on the method of Kaakinen. Acta Ophthalmol (Copenh). 64: 379-85.
  • Allen D, Norcia AM, Tyler CW. (1986). Comparative study of electrophysiological and psychophysical measurement of the contrast sensitivity function in humans. Am J Optom Physiol Opt. 63: 442-9.
  • Norcia AM, Sato T, Shinn P, Mertus J. (1986). Methods for the identification of evoked response components in the frequency and combined time/frequency domains. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 65: 212-26.
  • Day SH, Norcia AM. (1986). Photographic detection of amblyogenic factors. Ophthalmology 93: 25-8.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW, Allen D. (1986). Electrophysiological assessment of contrast sensitivity in human infants. Am J Optom Physiol Opt. 63: 12-5.


  • Norcia AM, Clarke M, Tyler CW. (1985). Digital filtering and robust regression techniques for estimating sensory thresholds from the evoked potential. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 4, 26-32.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW. (1985). Infant VEP acuity measurements: analysis of individual differences and measurement error. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 61: 359-69.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW. (1985). Spatial frequency sweep VEP: visual acuity during the first year of life. Vision Research. 25: 1399-408.
  • Norcia AM, Sutter EE, Tyler CW. (1985). Electrophysiological evidence for the existence of coarse and fine disparity mechanisms in human. Vision Research. 25: 1603-11


  • Odom JV, Norcia AM. (1984). Retinal and cortical potentials: spatial and temporal characteristics. Doc. Ophthal. Proc. Series, 40: 29-38.
  • Norcia AM, Tyler CW. (1984). Temporal frequency limits for stereoscopic apparent motion processes. Vision Research. 24: 395-401.


  • Courchesne E, Ganz L, Norcia AM. (1981). Event-related brain potentials to human faces in infants. Child Development. 52: 804-11.


  • Yonas A, Oberg C, Norcia A. (1978). Development of sensitivity to binocular information to the approach of an object. Developmental Psychology, 14, 147-52.


  • Yonas A, Bechtold AG, Frankel D, Gordon FR, McRoberts G, Norcia A, Sternfels S. (1977). Development of sensitivity to information for impending collision. Perception and Psychophysics, 21, 97-104.