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STEVEN K. SHEVELL

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InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentBehavioral Sciences
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    1. Slezak E, Shevell SK. Perceptual resolution of color for multiple chromatically ambiguous objects. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2018 Apr 01; 35(4):B85-B91. PMID: 29603929.
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    2. Coia AJ, Shevell SK. Chromatic induction in space and time. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2018 Apr 01; 35(4):B223-B230. PMID: 29603978.
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    3. Elliott SL, Shevell SK. Illusory edges comingle with real edges in the neural representation of objects. Vision Res. 2018 03; 144:47-51. PMID: 29454884.
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    4. Shevell SK, Martin PR. Color opponency: tutorial. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2017 Jul 01; 34(7):1099-1108. PMID: 29036118.
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    5. Christiansen JH, D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. Chromatic interocular-switch rivalry. J Vis. 2017 May 01; 17(5):9. PMID: 28510624.
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    6. Del Viva MM, Punzi G, Shevell SK. Chromatic Information and Feature Detection in Fast Visual Analysis. PLoS One. 2016; 11(8):e0159898. PMID: 27478891.
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    7. Shevell SK, Wang W. Color-motion feature-binding errors are mediated by a higher-order chromatic representation. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2016 Mar; 33(3):A85-92. PMID: 26974945.
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    8. Zhuang X, Shevell SK. Monocular and binocular mechanisms mediating flicker adaptation. Vision Res. 2015 Dec; 117:41-8. PMID: 26505684.
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    9. Stepien NN, Shevell SK. The role of color in motion feature-binding errors. J Vis. 2015; 15(13):8. PMID: 26381839.
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    10. D'Antona AD, Christiansen JH, Shevell SK. Separating monocular and binocular neural mechanisms mediating chromatic contextual interactions. J Vis. 2014 Apr 17; 14(4). PMID: 24744449.
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    11. Wang W, Shevell SK. Do S cones contribute to color-motion feature binding? J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2014 Apr 01; 31(4):A60-4. PMID: 24695203.
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    12. Elliott SL, Shevell SK. Perceived segmentation of center from surround by only illusory contours causes chromatic lateral inhibition. Vision Res. 2013 Jun 28; 86:66-70. PMID: 23624228.
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    13. Allen EC, Beilock SL, Shevell SK. Individual differences in simultaneous color constancy are related to working memory. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2012 Feb 01; 29(2):A52-9. PMID: 22330405.
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    14. Kang P, Shevell SK. Feature binding of a continuously changing object. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2012 Feb 01; 29(2):A128-32. PMID: 22330369.
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    15. Shevell SK. The Verriest Lecture: color lessons from space, time and motion. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2012 Feb 01; 29(2):A337-45. PMID: 22330398.
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    16. Autrusseau F, Thibos L, Shevell SK. Chromatic and wavefront aberrations: L-, M- and S-cone stimulation with typical and extreme retinal image quality. Vision Res. 2011 Nov; 51(21-22):2282-94. PMID: 21906613.
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    17. D'Antona AD, Kremers J, Shevell SK. Changes in perceived temporal variation due to context: contributions from two distinct neural mechanisms. Vision Res. 2011 Aug 15; 51(16):1853-60. PMID: 21745494.
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    18. Allen EC, Beilock SL, Shevell SK. Working memory is related to perceptual processing: a case from color perception. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2011 Jul; 37(4):1014-21. PMID: 21480748.
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    19. Shevell S, Hood D, Martin P, Morrone C, Levi D. 50th anniversary special issue of Vision Research--volume 2. Vision Res. 2011 Jul 01; 51(13):1377-8. PMID: 21784239.
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    20. Shevell S, Hood D, Martin P, Moronne C, Levi D. 50th Anniversary special issue of vision research. Vision Res. 2011 Apr 13; 51(7):601-2. PMID: 21481689.
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    21. Feitosa-Santana C, D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. What kinds of contours bound the reach of filled-in color? J Vis. 2011 Feb 02; 11(2). PMID: 21289061.
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    22. Kang P, Shevell S. Multistable binocular feature-integrated percepts are frozen by intermittent presentation. J Vis. 2011 Jan 05; 11(1):5. PMID: 21209276.
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    23. Belmore SC, Shevell SK. Very-long-term and short-term chromatic adaptation: are their influences cumulative? Vision Res. 2011 Feb 09; 51(3):362-6. PMID: 21130799.
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    24. Hong SW, Shevell SK. Color-binding errors during rivalrous suppression of form. Psychol Sci. 2009 Sep; 20(9):1084-91. PMID: 19645693.
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    25. Christiansen JH, D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. The neural pathways mediating color shifts induced by temporally varying light. J Vis. 2009 May 28; 9(5):26.1-10. PMID: 19757904.
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    26. D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. Induced temporal variation at frequencies not in the stimulus: evidence for a neural nonlinearity. J Vis. 2009 Mar 17; 9(3):12.1-11. PMID: 19757951.
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    27. Kang P, Shevell SK. The role of luminance edges in misbinding of color to form. Vision Res. 2008 Nov; 48(25):2495-500. PMID: 18789349.
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    28. Monnier P, Shevell SK. Induction from a below-threshold chromatic pattern. J Vis. 2008 Sep 23; 8(12):7.1-7. PMID: 18831620.
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    29. Belmore SC, Shevell SK. Very-long-term chromatic adaptation: test of gain theory and a new method. Vis Neurosci. 2008 May-Jun; 25(3):411-4. PMID: 18598411.
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    30. Sun Y, Shevell SK. Rayleigh matches in carriers of inherited color vision defects: the contribution from the third L/M photopigment. Vis Neurosci. 2008 May-Jun; 25(3):455-62. PMID: 18598418.
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    31. Shevell SK, Sun Y, Neitz M. Protanomaly without darkened red is deuteranopia with rods. Vision Res. 2008 Nov; 48(26):2599-603. PMID: 18423511.
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    32. Hong SW, Shevell SK. The influence of chromatic context on binocular color rivalry: perception and neural representation. Vision Res. 2008 Mar; 48(8):1074-83. PMID: 18331750.
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    33. Hong SW, Shevell SK. Binocular rivalry between identical retinal stimuli with an induced color difference. Vis Neurosci. 2008 May-Jun; 25(3):361-4. PMID: 18321398.
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    34. Shevell SK, St Clair R, Hong SW. Misbinding of color to form in afterimages. Vis Neurosci. 2008 May-Jun; 25(3):355-60. PMID: 18321397.
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    35. Shevell SK, Kingdom FA. Color in complex scenes. Annu Rev Psychol. 2008; 59:143-66. PMID: 18154500.
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    36. D'Antona AD, Shevell SK. Induced steady color shifts from temporally varying surrounds. Vis Neurosci. 2006 May-Aug; 23(3-4):483-7. PMID: 16961984.
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    37. Autrusseau F, Shevell SK. Temporal nulling of induction from spatial patterns modulated in time. Vis Neurosci. 2006 May-Aug; 23(3-4):479-82. PMID: 16961983.
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    38. Shevell SK, Monnier P. Color shifts induced by S-cone patterns are mediated by a neural representation driven by multiple cone types. Vis Neurosci. 2006 May-Aug; 23(3-4):567-71. PMID: 16961997.
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    39. Hong SW, Shevell SK. Resolution of binocular rivalry: Perceptual misbinding of color. Vis Neurosci. 2006 May-Aug; 23(3-4):561-6. PMID: 16961996.
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    40. Shevell SK, Cao D. Chromatic assimilation measured by temporal nulling. Vision Res. 2006 Jan; 46(1-2):106-16. PMID: 16095652.
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    41. Shevell SK, Monnier P. Color shifts from S-cone patterned backgrounds: contrast sensitivity and spatial frequency selectivity. Vision Res. 2005 Apr; 45(9):1147-54. PMID: 15707923.
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    42. Cao D, Shevell SK. Chromatic assimilation: spread light or neural mechanism? Vision Res. 2005 Apr; 45(8):1031-45. PMID: 15695188.
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    43. Hong SW, Shevell SK. Brightness induction: unequal spatial integration with increments and decrements. Vis Neurosci. 2004 May-Jun; 21(3):353-7. PMID: 15518213.
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    44. Shevell SK, Cao D. Chromatic assimilation unaffected by perceived depth of inducing light. Vis Neurosci. 2004 May-Jun; 21(3):373-6. PMID: 15518216.
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    45. Xian SX, Shevell SK. Changes in color appearance caused by perceptual grouping. Vis Neurosci. 2004 May-Jun; 21(3):383-8. PMID: 15518218.
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    46. Monnier P, Shevell SK. Influence of motion on chromatic detection. Vis Neurosci. 2004 May-Jun; 21(3):327-30. PMID: 15518208.
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    47. Monnier P, Shevell SK. Chromatic induction from S-cone patterns. Vision Res. 2004 Apr; 44(9):849-56. PMID: 14992830.
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    48. Wook Hong S, Shevell SK. Brightness contrast and assimilation from patterned inducing backgrounds. Vision Res. 2004 Jan; 44(1):35-43. PMID: 14599569.
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    49. Monnier P, Shevell SK. Large shifts in color appearance from patterned chromatic backgrounds. Nat Neurosci. 2003 Aug; 6(8):801-2. PMID: 12872129.
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    50. Yang JN, Shevell SK. Surface color perception under two illuminants: the second illuminant reduces color constancy. J Vis. 2003; 3(5):369-79. PMID: 12875633.
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    51. Yang JN, Shevell SK. Stereo disparity improves color constancy. Vision Res. 2002 Jul; 42(16):1979-89. PMID: 12160570.
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    52. Schirillo JA, Shevell SK. Articulation: brightness, apparent illumination, and contrast ratios. Perception. 2002; 31(2):161-9. PMID: 11922130.
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    53. Barnes CS, Shevell SK. Simultaneous S-cone contrast. Vision Res. 2002 Jan; 42(1):75-88. PMID: 11804633.
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    54. Knoblauch K, Shevell SK. Relating cone signals to color appearance: failure of monotonicity in yellow/blue. Vis Neurosci. 2001 Nov-Dec; 18(6):901-6. PMID: 12020080.
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    55. Schirillo JA, Shevell SK. Role of perceptual organization in chromatic induction. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2000 Feb; 17(2):244-54. PMID: 10680626.
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    56. Shevell SK, Wei J. A central mechanism of chromatic contrast. Vision Res. 2000; 40(23):3173-80. PMID: 11008136.
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    57. Neitz J, Neitz M, He JC, Shevell SK. Trichromatic color vision with only two spectrally distinct photopigments. Nat Neurosci. 1999 Oct; 2(10):884-8. PMID: 10491608.
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    58. Barnes CS, Wei J, Shevell SK. Chromatic induction with remote chromatic contrast varied in magnitude, spatial frequency, and chromaticity. Vision Res. 1999 Oct; 39(21):3561-74. PMID: 10746126.
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    59. Shevell SK, He JC, Kainz P, Neitz J, Neitz M. Relating color discrimination to photopigment genes in deutan observers. Vision Res. 1998 Nov; 38(21):3371-6. PMID: 9893851.
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    60. Shevell SK, Wei J. Chromatic induction: border contrast or adaptation to surrounding light? Vision Res. 1998 Jun; 38(11):1561-6. PMID: 9747492.
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    61. Kurbat MA, Shevell SK, Rips LJ. A year's memories: the calendar effect in autobiographical recall. Mem Cognit. 1998 May; 26(3):532-52. PMID: 9610123.
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    62. Shevell SK, He JC. The visual photopigments of simple deuteranomalous trichromats inferred from color matching. Vision Res. 1997 May; 37(9):1115-27. PMID: 9196730.
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    63. Schirillo JA, Shevell SK. An account of brightness in complex scenes based on inferred illumination. Perception. 1997; 26(4):507-18. PMID: 9404496.
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    64. Jin EW, Shevell SK. Color memory and color constancy. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 1996 Oct; 13(10):1981-91. PMID: 8828200.
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    65. Schirillo JA, Shevell SK. Brightness contrast from inhomogeneous surrounds. Vision Res. 1996 Jun; 36(12):1783-96. PMID: 8759447.
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    66. Shevell SK, Miller PR. Color perception with test and adapting lights perceived in different depth planes. Vision Res. 1996 Apr; 36(7):949-54. PMID: 8736255.
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    67. He JC, Shevell SK. Variation in color matching and discrimination among deuteranomalous trichromats: theoretical implications of small differences in photopigments. Vision Res. 1995 Sep; 35(18):2579-88. PMID: 7483302.
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    68. Jenness JW, Shevell SK. Color appearance with sparse chromatic context. Vision Res. 1995 Mar; 35(6):797-805. PMID: 7740771.
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    69. Wei J, Shevell SK. Color appearance under chromatic adaptation varied along theoretically significant axes in color space. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 1995 Jan; 12(1):36-46. PMID: 7853090.
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    70. Wesner MF, Shevell SK. Color perception within a chromatic context: the effect of short-wavelength light on color appearance. Vision Res. 1994 Feb; 34(3):359-65. PMID: 8160371.
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    71. He JC, Shevell SK. Individual differences in cone photopigments of normal trichromats measured by dual Rayleigh-type color matches. Vision Res. 1994 Feb; 34(3):367-76. PMID: 8160372.
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    72. Sanocki E, Shevell SK, Winderickx J. Serine/alanine amino acid polymorphism of the L-cone photopigment assessed by dual Rayleigh-type color matches. Vision Res. 1994 Feb; 34(3):377-82. PMID: 8160373.
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    73. Schirillo JA, Shevell SK. Lightness and brightness judgments of coplanar retinally noncontiguous surfaces. J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 1993 Dec; 10(12):2442-52. PMID: 8301400.
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    74. Shevell SK, Holliday I, Whittle P. Two separate neural mechanisms of brightness induction. Vision Res. 1992 Dec; 32(12):2331-40. PMID: 1288009.
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    75. Wesner MF, Shevell SK. Color perception within a chromatic context: changes in red/green equilibria caused by noncontiguous light. Vision Res. 1992 Sep; 32(9):1623-34. PMID: 1455734.
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    76. Shevell SK. Redness from short-wavelength-sensitive cones does not induce greenness. Vision Res. 1992 Aug; 32(8):1551-6. PMID: 1455727.
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    77. Tripathi RC, Kipp MA, Tripathi BJ, Kirschner BS, Borisuth NS, Shevell SK, Ernest JT. Ocular toxicity of prednisone in pediatric patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Lens Eye Toxic Res. 1992; 9(3-4):469-82. PMID: 1301798.
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    78. Wesner MF, Pokorny J, Shevell SK, Smith VC. Foveal cone detection statistics in color-normals and dichromats. Vision Res. 1991; 31(6):1021-37. PMID: 1858318.
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    79. Nucci P, Brancato R, Mets MB, Shevell SK. Normal endothelial cell density range in childhood. Arch Ophthalmol. 1990 Feb; 108(2):247-8. PMID: 2302110.
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    80. Shevell SK. On neural signals that mediate induced blackness. Vision Res. 1989; 29(7):891-900. PMID: 2623831.
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    81. Vimal RL, Pokorny J, Smith VC, Shevell SK. Foveal cone thresholds. Vision Res. 1989; 29(1):61-78. PMID: 2773337.
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    82. Shevell SK, Humanski RA. Color perception under chromatic adaptation: red/green equilibria with adapted short-wavelength-sensitive cones. Vision Res. 1988; 28(12):1345-56. PMID: 3256152.
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    83. Shevell SK, Burroughs TJ. Light spread and scatter from some common adapting stimuli: computations based on the point-source light profile. Vision Res. 1988; 28(5):605-9. PMID: 3195065.
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    84. Bradburn NM, Rips LJ, Shevell SK. Answering autobiographical questions: the impact of memory and inference on surveys. Science. 1987 Apr 10; 236(4798):157-61. PMID: 3563494.
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    85. Vimal RL, Shevell SK. A central binocular mechanism affects chromatic adaptation. Vision Res. 1987; 27(3):429-39. PMID: 3660603.
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    86. Shevell SK. On neural signals that mediate brightness. Vision Res. 1986; 26(8):1195-208. PMID: 3798754.
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    87. Pedelty L, Levine SC, Shevell SK. Developmental changes in face processing: results from multidimensional scaling. J Exp Child Psychol. 1985 Jun; 39(3):421-36. PMID: 3998661.
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    88. Humanski RA, Shevell SK. Color perception with binocularly fused adapting fields of different wavelengths. Vision Res. 1985; 25(12):1923-35. PMID: 3832618.
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    89. Shevell SK, Humanski RA. Color perception under contralateral and binocularly fused chromatic adaption. Vision Res. 1984; 24(9):1011-9. PMID: 6506465.
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    90. Shevell SK, Nick J, Larimer J. Color perception under chromatic adaptation: "supersensitivity" with dim backgrounds. Vision Res. 1984; 24(5):491-5. PMID: 6740968.
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    91. Shevell SK. Color perception under chromatic adaptation: equilibrium yellow and long-wavelength adaptation. Vision Res. 1982; 22(2):279-92. PMID: 7101764.
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    92. Shevell SK. Unambiguous evidence for the additive effect in chromatic adaptation. Vision Res. 1980; 20(7):637-9. PMID: 7434598.
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    93. Shevell SK. The dual role of chromatic backgrounds in color perception. Vision Res. 1978; 18(12):1649-61. PMID: 726318.
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    94. Shevell SK. Saturation in human cones. Vision Res. 1977; 17(3):427-34. PMID: 878332.
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