Browse publications

The 6 publications listed below are selected by Cambridge Neuroscience members. This list is not exhaustive.

BARLOW HB, LEVICK WR (1963), “Are bipolar cells directionally selective?” J. Physiol.. 170:54-55P Horace Barlow

BARLOW HB. (1963), “Slippage of contact lenses and other artifacts in relation to fading and regeneration of supposedly stable retinal image.” Q. J. Exp. Psychology 15:36-51. Horace Barlow

BARLOW HB (1963), “THE INFORMATION CAPACITY OF NERVOUS TRANSMISSION.” Kybernetik 2:1 Details Horace Barlow

BARLOW HB, BRINDLEY GS (1963), “INTER-OCULAR TRANSFER OF MOVEMENT AFTER-EFFECTS DURING PRESSURE BLINDING OF THE STIMULATED EYE.” Nature 200:1347 Details Horace Barlow

BARLOW HB, HILL RM (1963), “Selective sensitivity to direction of movement in ganglion cells of the rabbit retina.” Science 139(3553):412-4 PDF Details Horace Barlow

BARLOW HB, HILL RM (1963), “EVIDENCE FOR A PHYSIOLOGICAL EXPLANATION OF THE WATERFALL PHENOMENON AND FIGURAL AFTER-EFFECTS.” Nature 200:1345-7 Details Horace Barlow