Ph.D., Brown University
Current Areas of Research:
I am interested in the processing of color and form information by the visual system. Recent work has focused on the nature of the parallel pathways in humans which are responsible for encoding and transmitting this information, and on the development of these pathways from infancy through adulthood. Psychophysical experiments utilize hue scaling and chromatic adaptation to isolate chromatic and luminance pathways, while physiological studies use the visual evoked potential to study the development of these pathways in humans.
Gordon, J. and Abramov, I. (1988) Scaling procedures for specifying color appearance. Color Research and Application, 13, 146-152.
Abramov, I., Gordon, J. and Chan, H. (1990) Using hue scaling to specify color appearance and to derive color differences. Proc. SPIE, 1250, 40-51.
Abramov, I., Gordon, J. and Chan, H. (1991) Color appearance in the peripheral retina: effects of stimulus size. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 8, 404-414.
Chan, H., Abramov, I. and Gordon, J. (1991) Large and small color differences: Predicting them from hue scaling. Proc. SPIE, 1453, 381-389.
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