Yeon Jin Kim
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An anisotropy of orientation-tuned suppression that matches the anisotropy of typical natural scenes
EA Essock, AM Haun, YJ Kim
Journal of Vision 9 (1), 35-35, 2009
Chromatic and achromatic monocular deprivation produce separable changes of eye dominance in adults
J Zhou, A Reynaud, YJ Kim, KT Mullen, RF Hess
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1867), 20171669, 2017
Origins of direction selectivity in the primate retina
YJ Kim, B Peterson, J Crook, H Joo, J Wu, C Puller, F Robinson, P Gamlin, ...
Nature Communications 13 (2862), 2022
A normative data set for the clinical assessment of achromatic and chromatic contrast sensitivity using a qCSF approach
YJ Kim, A Reynaud, RF Hess, KT Mullen
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 58 (9), 3628-3636, 2017
Cross-orientation masking in human color vision: application of a two-stage model to assess dichoptic and monocular sources of suppression
YJ Kim, M Gheiratmand, KT Mullen
Journal of vision 13 (6), 1-14, 2013
Circuit reorganization shapes the developing human foveal midget connectome toward single-cone resolution
C Zhang, YJ Kim, AR Silverstein, A Hoshino, TA Reh, DM Dacey, ...
Neuron 108 (5), 905-918. e3, 2020
The role of human brain area hMT+ in the perception of global motion investigated with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS)
S Kaderali, YJ Kim, A Reynaud, KT Mullen
Brain stimulation 8 (2), 200-207, 2015
The horizontal effect in suppression: Anisotropic overlay and surround suppression at high and low speeds
YJ Kim, AM Haun, EA Essock
Vision research 50 (9), 838-849, 2010
Contrast normalization in color vision: the effect of luminance contrast on colour contrast detection
KT Mullen, YJ Kim, M Gheiratmand
Scientific reports 4, 1-7, 2014
Effect of overlaid luminance contrast on perceived color contrast: Shadows enhance, borders suppress
YJ Kim, K Mullen
Journal of Vision 16 (11), 1-14, 2016
Comparative connectomics reveals noncanonical wiring for color vision in human foveal retina
YJ Kim, O Packer, A Pollreisz, PR Martin, U Grünert, DM Dacey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (18), e2300545120, 2023
ON-OFF direction selective ganglion cells in macaque monkey retina are tracer-coupled to an ON-OFF direction selective amacrine cell type
DM Dacey, YJ Kim, OS Packer, PB Detwiler
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 60 (9), 5280-5280, 2019
The dynamics of cross-orientation masking at monocular and interocular sites
YJ Kim, KT Mullen
Vision Research 116 (Page A), 80-91, 2015
Volumetric reconstruction of a human retinal pigment epithelial cell reveals specialized membranes and polarized distribution of organelles
M Lindell, D Kar, A Sedova, YJ Kim, OS Packer, U Schmidt-Erfurth, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 64 (15), 35-35, 2023
Two mechanisms for direction selectivity in a model of the primate starburst amacrine cell
J Wu, YJ Kim, DM Dacey, JB Troy, RG Smith
Visual Neuroscience 40, E003, 2023
Three-dimensional reconstruction of human retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) permits a novel view of the RPE–photoreceptor outer segment (OS) interface
A Pollreisz, A Sedova, M Lindell, Z Arsenault, O Packer, D Kar, YJ Kim, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 63 (7), 871-871, 2022
Two routes to suppression of signals in color vision
KT Mullen, M Gheiratmand, JM Medina, YJ Kim
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 107-107, 2012
Anisotropic gain control pools are tuned in temporal frequency as well as spatial frequency and orientation
YJ Kim, EA Essock
Journal of Vision 9, 2010
Volume electron microscopy reveals human retinal mitochondria that align with reflective bands in optical coherence tomography
D Kar, YJ Kim, O Packer, ME Clark, D Cao, C Owsley, DM Dacey, ...
Biomedical Optics Express 14 (10), 5512-5527, 2023
Contributed session I: mitochondrial distribution in the outer plexiform layer of human retina-does it correlate with reflectivity in OCT?
D Kar, YJ Kim, O Packer, DM Dacey, CA Curcio
Journal of Vision 22 (3), 2-2, 2022
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