Theory of Temporal Factors in Vision and Visual Perception

3rd Symposium: June 6-8, 1966

Program Speakers:

Daniel Kahneman, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Temporal factors in vision: Some comments on terms and methods

Irwin Spigel, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, Visually perceived movement

Joseph H. McFarland, Antioch College, The effect of different sequences of part presentation on perception of a form's parts as simultaneous: Replication and report of new findings

G. M. Shickman, Washington University, Sinusoidal stimulation: Input-output relations and masked thresholds

O. J. Grüsser, Der Freien Universitat Berlin, Berlin, Germany, The frequency response of the retinal network: Retinal ganglion cell responses to sinusoidal light stimulation of the receptive field

B. G. Cleland & C. Enroth-Cugell, Northwestern University, Cat retinal ganglion cell responses to changing light intensities: Sinusoidal modulation in the time domain

James Zacks, University of California, Berkeley, Temporal characteristics of the optic nerve discharge of the cat

G. S. Wasserman, National Institute of Health, Brightness enchancement and opponent-colors theory

Mitsuo Ikeda, Minolta Camera Co., Osaka, Japan, Diphasic nature of the visual response as inferred from the summation index

Lois Elliott, Central Institute for the Deaf, Temporal and spatial parameters in auditory and visual masking

George Sperling, Bell Labs, Temporal factors in visual masking

Whitman Richards, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Effects of receptor latency on metacontrast interactions

C. W. Burckhardt, University of Illinois, Dead-time model to explain frequency responses of the visual system in man

John Levinson, Bell Labs, Flicker as a probe of temporal characteristics of vision

Mitchell L. Kietzman, Biometrics Research, Temporal integration and temporal resolution

A. M. Kristofferson, MacMaster University, Canada, Some evidence for a unit of psychological time

E. Donchin, Stanford Medical Center, Average evoked potentials and intra-modality selective attention

Donald Lindsley, University of California, Los Angeles, Neurophysiological correlates of visual perception in man and monkey

Robert Efron, Massachusetts General Hospital, Perceptual blanking, retroactive masking—special instances of a perceptual "processing period"

Carroll T. White, US Naval Electronics Lab, Temporal limitations of perceived number

Charles Eriksen, University of Illinois, Psychological moments, percept duration, and perceptual memory

Organizing Committee:
Robert M. Boynton
Ralph N. Haber
Daniel Kahneman
Judith W. Onley