Melanopsin, rod and cone-mediated human temporal vision data
The data are from a project entitled “Melanopsin photoreception differentially modulates rod and cone-mediated human temporal vision” conducted in the Melanopsin Photoreception and Visual Science Laboratories, at the QUT Centre for Vision and Eye Research, Brisbane.
Melanopsin photoreceptor interactions with rod and cone-mediated human vision were measured using 5-primary silent substitution paradigms in young, healthy observers.
This project was supported by an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship ARC-FT180100458 (AJZ).
Geographical area of data collection
Pant, Mukund, Zele, Andrew J., Feigl, Beatrix, & Adhikari, Prakash (2021) Light adaptation characteristics of melanopsin. Vision Research, 188, pp. 126-138. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/213269/
Adhikari, Prakash, Carter, Drew, Feigl, Beatrix, & Zele, Andrew J. (2022) Design and validation of a chart-based measure of the limits of spatial contrast sensitivity. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 42(1), pp. 110-122. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/226793/
Sensory processes, perception and performance
Cite this collection
Uprety, Samir; Adhikari, Prakash; Feigl, Beatrix; Zele, Andrew J.; (2022): Melanopsin, rod and cone-mediated human temporal vision data. Queensland University of Technology. (Dataset) https://doi.org/10.25912/RDF_1645061980220
QUT Centre for Vision and Eye Research https://research.qut.edu.au/ver/
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Data file types
Data are in Microsoft Excel format (.xlsx).
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© Queensland University of Technology, 2022.
Dates of data collection
From 2020-04-02 to 2021-09-01
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Name: Professor Andrew Zele
Phone: +61 7 3138 6151
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