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Gordon E. Legge
Gordon E. Legge
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Minnesota
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Contrast masking in human vision
GE Legge, JM Foley
Josa 70 (12), 1458-1471, 1980
15261980
Psychophysics of reading—I. Normal vision
GE Legge, DG Pelli, GS Rubin, MM Schleske
Vision research 25 (2), 239-252, 1985
1192*1985
Sustained and transient mechanisms in human vision: Temporal and spatial properties
GE Legge
Vision research 18 (1), 69-81, 1978
5471978
Psychophysics of reading. VIII. The Minnesota low-vision reading test
GE Legge, JA Ross, A Luebker, JM Lamay
Optometry and vision science 66 (12), 843-853, 1989
4321989
Psychophysics of reading—V. The role of contrast in normal vision
GE Legge, GS Rubin, A Luebker
Vision research 27 (7), 1165-1177, 1987
4301987
Contrast detection and near-threshold discrimination in human vision
JM Foley, GE Legge
Vision research 21 (7), 1041-1053, 1981
3811981
Psychophysics of reading: XX. Linking letter recognition to reading speed in central and peripheral vision
GE Legge, JS Mansfield, STL Chung
Vision research 41 (6), 725-743, 2001
3742001
Color improves object recognition in normal and low vision.
LH Wurm, GE Legge, LM Isenberg, A Luebker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 19 (4), 899, 1993
3691993
Psychophysics of reading. XVIII. The effect of print size on reading speed in normal peripheral vision
STL Chung, JS Mansfield, GE Legge
Vision research 38 (19), 2949-2962, 1998
3551998
Psychophysics of reading. Clinical predictors of low-vision reading speed.
GE Legge, JA Ross, LM Isenberg, JM Lamay
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 33 (3), 677-687, 1992
347*1992
Contrast discrimination in noise
GE Legge, D Kersten, AE Burgess
JOSA A 4 (2), 391-404, 1987
3391987
Psychophysics of reading—XVI. The visual span in normal and low vision
GE Legge, SJ Ahn, TS Klitz, A Luebker
Vision Research 37 (14), 1999-2010, 1997
3381997
Psychophysics of reading. XV: Font effects in normal and low vision.
JS Mansfield, GE Legge, MC Bane
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 37 (8), 1492-1501, 1996
3381996
Mr. Chips: an ideal-observer model of reading.
GE Legge, TS Klitz, BS Tjan
Psychological review 104 (3), 524, 1997
3351997
A power law for contrast discrimination
GE Legge
Vision research 21 (4), 457-467, 1981
3351981
Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding
STL Chung, DM Levi, GE Legge
Vision research 41 (14), 1833-1850, 2001
3282001
Does print size matter for reading? A review of findings from vision science and typography
GE Legge, CA Bigelow
Journal of vision 11 (5), 8-8, 2011
3272011
Blind navigation and the role of technology
NA Giudice, GE Legge
The engineering handbook of smart technology for aging, disability, and …, 2008
3132008
Stereopsis and contrast
GE Legge, G Yuanchao
Vision research 29 (8), 989-1004, 1989
3081989
Psychophysics of reading in normal and low vision
GE Legge
CRC Press, 2006
2702006
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