Arnold J. Wilkins mainly focuses on Audiology, Neuroscience, Electroencephalography, Cognitive psychology and Epilepsy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developmental psychology and Stimulus modality in addition to Audiology. His study in the fields of Photosensitive epilepsy and Vigilance under the domain of Neuroscience overlaps with other disciplines such as Right frontal lobe.
His Electroencephalography research includes elements of Stimulus and Intermittent photic stimulation, Photic Stimulation. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Semantic memory and Task. Arnold J. Wilkins has included themes like Public displays, Spatial frequency and Contrast in his Epilepsy study.
His primary scientific interests are in Audiology, Visual perception, Visual Discomfort, Neuroscience and Optometry. The various areas that he examines in his Audiology study include Perception, Electroencephalography, Flicker, Developmental psychology and Migraine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Luminance and LED lamp.
Arnold J. Wilkins combines subjects such as Cognitive psychology and Perceptual Distortion with his study of Visual Discomfort. His work in Photosensitive epilepsy, Epilepsy, Photic Stimulation, Visual cortex and Stimulus is related to Neuroscience. As part of one scientific family, Arnold J. Wilkins deals mainly with the area of Optometry, narrowing it down to issues related to the Contrast, and often Visual acuity.
His primary areas of investigation include Audiology, Visual Discomfort, Flicker, Optics and Optometry. His Audiology research integrates issues from Visual perception, Perception, Glare, Autism and Migraine with aura. His Visual Discomfort study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Natural and Visual cortex.
His Flicker research incorporates themes from Amplitude, Light level and Spatial frequency. His work on Luminance, Imaging phantom and Hue as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Visibility, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Optometry study combines topics in areas such as Test and Colorimeter.
His main research concerns Visual Discomfort, Audiology, Visual cortex, Flicker and Optics. The concepts of his Visual Discomfort study are interwoven with issues in Retinal image and Spatial frequency. The Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Athletes and Residual vision.
His Visual cortex research incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Natural, Chromatic scale and Computational model. The various areas that he examines in his Flicker study include Colour contrast, Glare, Neural processing, Human visual system model and Watering eye. He interconnects Photosensitive epilepsy, Time course and Control subjects in the investigation of issues within Optics.
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THE DESIGN OF A NEW LETTER CHART FOR MEASURING CONTRAST SENSITIVITY
D. G. Pelli;J. G. Robson;A. J. Wilkins.
Clinical vision sciences (1988)
Selective cognitive impairment during focal and generalized epileptiform EEG activity
J. H. P. Aarts;C.D. Binnie;A. M. Smit;A. J. Wilkins.
Frontal lesions and sustained attention.
A.J. Wilkins;T. Shallice;R. McCarthy.
Photic- and pattern-induced seizures: a review for the Epilepsy Foundation of America Working Group.
Robert S. Fisher;Graham Harding;Giuseppe Erba;Gregory L. Barkley.
A neurological basis for visual discomfort.
Arnold Wilkins;Ian Nimmo-Smith;Anne Tait;Christopher McManus.
LED lighting flicker and potential health concerns: IEEE standard PAR1789 update
Arnold Wilkins;Jennifer Veitch;Brad Lehman.
energy conversion congress and exposition (2010)
Fluorescent lighting, headaches and eyestrain
A.J. Wilkins;I. Nimmo-Smith;A.I. Slater;L. Bedocs.
Lighting Research & Technology (1989)
Lighting and discomfort in the classroom
Mark Winterbottom;Arnold Wilkins.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2009)
Remembering to do things: A theoretical framework and an illustrative experiment
Jocelyn E. Harris;AJ Wilkins.
Human learning (1982)
Rate of Reading Test®: its reliability, and its validity in the assessment of the effects of coloured overlays
A. J. Wilkins;R. J. Jeanes;P. D. Pumfrey;M. Laskier.
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics (1996)
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