Relating Physiology to Psychophysics: Current Problems and Approaches

12th Symposium: June 18-20, 1981

Opponent Mechanisms of Color Vision—Donald Hood, Moderator

Francisco de Monasterio, A comparison of color-opponent cells of the monkey visual system

Carl Ingling, Psychophysical evidence for opponent mechanisms

Robert Boynton, Psychophysical studies related to opponent-color mechanisms

Ed Pugh, Appearance and detection--Same or different mechanisms of cone antagonism

Adaptation—Donald Hood, Moderator

Wilson Geisler, Psychophysical evidence: Pigment concentration and sensitivity

A. B. Bonds, Relationship between sensitivity loss and pigment concentration: Physiology

Mary Hayhoe, Sensitivity regulation in post-receptoral pathways

Daniel Green, Site of visual adaptation

Spatio-Temporal Systems—John Robson, Moderator

Ewen King-Smith, The relation of psychophysical performance to ganglion cell properties; what can we learn from studying optic nerve disease?

Peter Lennie, Physiology of two visual systems

James P. Thomas, Tuned channels: psychophysics

Anthony Movshon, Tuned channels: physiology

Behavioral and Physiology from the Same Animal—Walter Makous, Moderator

Mark Berkeley, Behavior and physiology in cats

Tatiana Pasternak, Insights from the study of selective deprivation

Barry Richmond, Sensory physiology in the awake, trained monkey

Gian Poggio, Striate cortex and binocular vision

Psychophysical-Physiological Linking Hypotheses—Horace Barlow, Moderator

Davida Teller, Linking hypotheses

Julian Hochberg, Are you sure you can get there from here?

William Uttal, On the limits of sensory neuroreductionism

Organizing Committee:
Walter Makous, Chair
Donald Hood
Tatiana Pasternak
Daniel Green