Selected Publications

Taveras-Cruz, Y., He, J., Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2022) Visual psychophysics: Luminance and color. In Progress in Brain Research, 2022  ISSN 0079-6123

He, J., Taveras-Cruz, Y., Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2021). Modeling individual variations in equiluminance settings. Journal of Vision 2021;21(7):15. doi:

He, J., Taveras-Cruz, Y., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2020). Methods for determining equiluminance in terms of L/M cone ratios. Journal of Vision, 20(4): 22, doi:10.1167/jov.20.4.22.

Taylor, C.P., Shepard, T.G., Rucker, F.J., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2018). Sensitivity to S-cone stimuli and the development of  myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 4622-45630. doi:10.1167/iovs.18-24113

Conway, B.,R., Eskew, R.T., Jr. Martin, P. R., & Stockman, A. (2018) A tour of contemporary color vision research. Vision Research, 2-6.  

Gabree, S.H., Shepard, T.G., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2018) Asymmetric high-contrast masking in S cone increment and decrement pathways. Vision Research, 61-68.

Kleckner, I.R., Anderson, E.C., Betz, N., Wormwood, J.B., Eskew, R., Barrett, L.F. (2018). Some conscious awareness in necessary for affective faces to influence social judgements. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 79, 181-187.

Rider, A. T., Henning, G.B., Eskew, R.T., Jr., & Stockman, A (2018).Harmonics added to a flickering light can upset the balance between ON and OFF pathways to produce illusory colors.  Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 115(17), E4081-E4090. doi:10.1073/pnas.1717356115

Shepard, T.G., Lahlaf, S.I., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2017) Labeling the lines: A test of a six-mechanism model of chromatic detection. Journal of Vision, 17(13):9, 1-18

Shepard, T.G., Swanson, E.A., McCarthy, C.L., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2016) A model of selective masking in chromatic detection. Journal of Vision, 16(9), 1-17.

Wang, Q., Richters, D.P., & Eskew, R.T. Jr.  (2014) Noise masking of S-cone increments and decrements. Journal of Vision, 14(13):8; doi:10.1167/14.13.8

Gao, X., Stine-Morrow, E.A.L., Noh, S.R., & Eskew, R.T. Jr. (2011) Visual noise disrupts conceptual integration in reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 83-88.

Livitz, G., Yazdanbakhsh, A., Eskew, R.T. Jr., & Mingolla, E. (2011) Perceiving opponent hues in color induction displays. Seeing and Perceiving, 24, 1-17.

Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2009) Higher order color mechanisms: A critical review. Vision Research, 49, 2686-2704.

Richters, D.P., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2009) Quantifying the effect of natural and arbitrary sensorimotor contingencies on chromatic judgments. Journal of Vision, 9(4):27 ; doi:10.1167/9.4.27

Newton, J. R., & Eskew, R. T., Jr. (2003). Chromatic detection and discrimination in the periphery: a post-receptoral loss of color sensitivity. Visual Neuroscience20, 511-521.

Vaina, L.M., Cowey, A., Eskew, R., LeMay, M., & Kemper, T. (2001) Regional cerebral correlates of global motion perception: evidence from unilateral cerebral brain damage. Brain, 124, 310-321.

McLellan, J.S., & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (2000) ON and OFF S-cone pathways have different long-wave cone inputs. Vision Research, 40, 2449-2465.

Giulianini, F. & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (1998) Chromatic masking in the (∆L/L, ∆M/M) plane of cone-contrast space reveals only two detection mechanisms. Vision Research, 38, 3913-3926.

Eskew, R.T., Jr., Stromeyer, C.F. III and Kronauer, R.E. (1994) Temporal properties of the red-green chromatic mechanism. Vision Research, 34, 3127-3137.

Eskew, R.T., Jr., Stromeyer, C.F. III and Kronauer, R.E. (1994). The time-course of the facilitation of chromatic detection by luminance contoursVision Research, 34, 3139-3144.

Chaparro, A., Stromeyer, C.F. III,, Huang, E.P., Kronauer, R.E. & Eskew, R.T., Jr. (1993). Colour is what the eye sees best. Nature, 361, 348-350.

Eskew, R.T., Jr., Stromeyer, C.F. III, Picotte, C.J. & Kronauer, R.E. (1991) Detection uncertainty and the facilitation of chromatic detection by luminance contoursJournal of the Optical Society of America A, 8, 394-403.

Stromeyer, C.F. III, Eskew, R.T., Jr., Kronauer, R.E., & Spillmann, L. (1991) Temporal phase response of the short-wave cone signal for color and luminance. Vision Research, 31, 787-803.