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Queen's University
 

Visual and Auditory Neuroscience Lab
Publications

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1996 - Current Publications

1990 - 1995 Publications

1980 - 1989 Publications

1965 - 1979 Publications

Conferences and Poster Presentations

Selected Abstracts

 


1990 - 1995 Publications

Frost, B.J. Strategies for facilitating the development of scientists and scholars: A personal view. University of Montreal. In: Compte rendu: Évolution et impact sur la formation de la relève et le financement étudiant. Université de Montréal, Québec. July 1995, pp. 7-21.

Gao, H.-F., Wu, G.-Y., Frost, B.J., and Wang, S.-R. Excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters in the nucleus rotundus of pigeons. Visual Neuroscience, 1995, 12, 819-825.

Wang, S.R., Wang, Y.-C., and Frost, B.J. Differential modulation of visual activity in the pigeon optic tectum by magnocellular and parvocellular components of the nucleus isthmi. Experimental Brain Research., 1995, 104, 376-384. [Abstract]

Wagner, H. and Frost, B.J. Binocular responses of neurons in the Barn Owl's visual Wulst. Journal of Comparative Physiology, 1994, 174, 661-670.

Wylie, D.R., Shaver, S.W. and Frost, B.J. The visual response properties of neurons in the nucleus of the basal optic root of the Northern Saw-Whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus). Brain, Behaviour and Evolution, 1994, 43, 15-25. [Abstract]

Frost, B.J., Wylie, D.R. & Wang, Y.C. The analysis of motion in the visual systems of birds. In: P. Green and M. Davies (Eds.). Perception and Motor Control in Birds. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1994, 248-269.

Wagner, H. and Frost, B.J. Disparity sensitive cells in the Owl have a characteristic disparity. Nature, 1993, 364, 796-798. (Cover story and written up in "News & Views" section).

Wylie, D.R. and Frost, B.J. Responses of pigeon vestibulocerebellar neurons to optokinetic stimulation. II. Rotation neurons in the flocculus process visual flowfields in vestibular coordinates. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1993, 70, 2647-2659. [Abstract]

Wylie, D.R. and Frost, B.J. Responses of pigeon vestibulocerebellar neurons to optokinetic stimulation. I. Function organization and quantitative analysis of neurons discriminating between translational and rotational visual flow. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1993, 70, 2632-2646. [Abstract]

Wild, J.M., Karten, H.J. and Frost, B.J. Connections of the auditory forebrain of the pigeon (Columba livia). Journal of Comparative Neurology, 1993, 337, 32-62.

Telford, L. and Frost, B.J. Factors affecting the onset and magnitude of linear vection. Perception and Psychophysics, 1993, 53, 682-692. [Abstract]

Frost, B.J. Subcortical Analysis of Visual Motion: Relative motion, figure-ground discrimination and self-induced optic flow. In F.A. Miles, and J. Wallman (Eds.). Visual Motion and its role in the Stabilisation of Gaze. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1993, 159-175.

Wang, Y., Jiang, S. and Frost, B.J. Visual processing in pigeon nucleus rotundus: luminance, colour, motion and looming subdivisions. Visual Neuroscience, 1993, 10, 21-31. [Abstract]

Telford, L., Spratley, J. and Frost, B.J. The role of kinetic depth cues in the production of linear vection in the central visual field. Perception, 1992, 21, 337-349.

Wang, Y. and Frost, B.J. "Time to collision" is signalled by neurons in the nucleus rotundus of pigeons. Nature, 1992, 356, 236-238. (Written up in Current Biology, 1992, 2, 371-372). [Abstract]

Mason, J.M. and Frost, B.J., Signal processing strategies for multi-channel systems. In: I. Summers (Ed.) Tactile Aids for the Hearing Impaired, Whurr, London, 1992.

Wang, Y. and Frost, B.J. Visual response characteristics of neurons in the nucleus isthmi magnocellularis and nucleus isthmi parvocellularis of pigeons. Experimental Brain Research, 1991, 87, 624-633. [Abstract]

Wylie, D.R. and Frost, B.J. Purkinje cells in the vestibulocerebellum of the pigeon respond best to either translational or rotational wholefield visual motion. Experimental Brain Research, 1991, 86, 229-232. [Abstract]

Wylie, D.R., and Frost, B.J. Binocular neurons in the nucleus of the basal optic root (nBOR) of the pigeon are selective for either translational or rotational visual flow. Visual Neuroscience, 1990, 5, 489-495.

Shimizu, Y. and Frost, B.J. Effect of orientation on visual and vibrotactile letter recognition. Perception and Motor Skills, 1990, 71, 195-198.

Wylie, D.R. and Frost, B.J. The visual response properties of neurons in the nucleus of the basal optic root of the pigeon: a quantitative analysis. Experimental Brain Research. 1990, 82, 327-336.

Frost, B.J., Wise, L.Z., Morgan, B. and Bird, D. Retinotopic representation of the bifoveate eye of the kestrel, Falco sparverius, on the optic tectum. Visual Neuroscience, 1990, 5, 231-239.

Frost, B.J., Wylie, D.R., and Wang, Y-C. The processing of object and self-motion in tectofugal and accessory optic pathways of birds. Vision Research, 1990, 30, 1677-1688.


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