Gordon E. Legge
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Contrast masking in human vision
GE Legge, JM Foley
Josa 70 (12), 1458-1471, 1980
14331980
Psychophysics of reading—I. Normal vision
GE Legge, DG Pelli, GS Rubin, MM Schleske
Vision research 25 (2), 239-252, 1985
1103*1985
Sustained and transient mechanisms in human vision: Temporal and spatial properties
GE Legge
Vision research 18 (1), 69-81, 1978
5221978
Psychophysics of reading—V. The role of contrast in normal vision
GE Legge, GS Rubin, A Luebker
Vision research 27 (7), 1165-1177, 1987
3951987
Psychophysics of reading. VIII. The Minnesota low-vision reading test
GE Legge, JA Ross, A Luebker, JM Lamay
Optom Vis Sci 66 (12), 843-53, 1989
3711989
Contrast detection and near-threshold discrimination in human vision
JM Foley, GE Legge
Vision research 21 (7), 1041-1053, 1981
3661981
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
3291998
A power law for contrast discrimination
GE Legge
Vision research 21 (4), 457-467, 1981
3281981
Contrast discrimination in noise
GE Legge, D Kersten, AE Burgess
JOSA A 4 (2), 391-404, 1987
3241987
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
3232001
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
3231993
Psychophysics of reading. XII. Clinical predictors of low-vision reading speed
GE Legge, JA Ross, LM Isenberg, JM Lamay
Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 33 (3), 677-87, 1992
318*1992
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
3011997
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
2991996
Mr. Chips: an ideal-observer model of reading.
GE Legge, TS Klitz, BS Tjan
Psychological review 104 (3), 524, 1997
2971997
Stereopsis and contrast
GE Legge, G Yuanchao
Vision research 29 (8), 989-1004, 1989
2931989
Spatial-frequency and contrast properties of crowding
STL Chung, DM Levi, GE Legge
Vision research 41 (14), 1833-1850, 2001
2862001
Primate retina: cell types, circuits and color opponency
DM Dacey
Progress in retinal and eye research 18 (6), 737-763, 1999
274*1999
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
2542011
Blind navigation and the role of technology
NA Giudice, GE Legge
The engineering handbook of smart technology for aging, disability, and …, 2008
2382008
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