Karten A, Pantazatos S, Khalil D, Zhang X, Hirsch J. Brain Connectivity. Dynamic Coupling between the Lateral Occipital Cortex, Default Mode and Frontoparietal Networks During Bistable Perception. Brain Connectivity, 2013. doi:10.1089/brain.2012.0119.
Pantazatos, S. Yanagihara, T.K., Meitzler, T., Hirsch, J. Frontal-occipital connectivity during visual search, Brain Connectivity, 2012 Aug 6, 2(3):164-75.
Egner, T., Monti, J., Trittschuh, E.H., Wieneke, C.A., Hirsch, J., Mesulam, M.M. Neural integration of top-down spatial and feature-based information in visual search, Journal of Neuroscience, 28(24):6141– 6151, 2008. PMID: 18550756.
Park, J., Zhang, X., Ferrera, J., Hirsch, J., Hood, D., Comparison of Contrast-Response functions from multifocal visual evoked potentials (mfVEPs) and functional MRI responses, Journal of Vision, , 8(10):8, 1-12, October 2008.
Summerfield, C., Egner, T., Greene, M., Korchlin, E., Mangels, J., Hirsch, J., Predictive Codes for Forthcoming Perception in the Frontal Cortex, Science (111, v.314, no.5803, 1311-1314), 2006.
Summerfield, C., Egner, T., Mangels, J., Hirsch, J., Mistaking a House for a Face: Neural Correlates of Misperception in Healthy Humans, Cerebral Cortex, 16: 500-508, 2006.
Victor, J.D., Apkarian, P., Hirsch, J., Packard, M., Conte, M.M., Relkin, N.R., Kim, H.S., Shapley, R.M.. Visual Function and Brain Organization in Non-decussating retinal-fugal fiber syndrome. Cerebral Cortex, 2000, 10, 2-22.
Lieberman, F.S., Odel, J., Hirsch, J., Heinemann, M., Michaeli, J., Posner, J.B. Bilateral optic neuropathy with IgGkappa multiple myeloma improved after myeloablative chemotherapy. Neurology, 1999, 52, 414-416.
Gratton, G., Fabiani, M., Corballis, P.M., Hood, D.C., Goodman, M., Hirsch, J., Kim. K., Friedman, D., & Gratton, E. Fast and localized event-related optical signals (EROS) in the human occipital cortex: Comparisons with the visual evoked potential and fMRI. Neuroimage, 1997,6, 1668-180.
Lee, K-M, Hirsch, J. Perception of an iso-luminant border defined by a rapidly reversing luminance contrast. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1997, 84, 739-746.
Hirsch, J., DeLaPaz, R.L., Relkin, N.R., Victor, J., Kim, K., Li, T., Rubin, N., & Shapley, R. Illusory contours activate specific regions in human visual cortex: evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1995, 92, 6469-6473.
Hirsch, J. and Mjolsness, E. A center‑of‑mass computation describes the precision of random dot displacement discrimination. Vision Research, 1992, 32, 335‑346.
Morris, M., Klett, Z., Gieser, S.C., Couch, J.M. and Hirsch, J. Assessment of potential contrast sensitivity. Part I: Preoperative prediction of contrast sensitivity following IOL implantation. J. Cataract & Refract. Surg., 1991, 17, 37‑44.
Klett, Z., Morris, M., Gieser, S.C., Couch, J.M. and Hirsch, J. Assessment of potential contrast sensitivity. Part II: The relationship between objective lens opacity and laser interferometric contrast sensitivity in the cataract patient. J. Cataract & Refract. Surg., 1991, 17, 45‑57.
Costaridou, L., Stefanou, S., Hirsch, J. and Orphanoudakis, S. Image reconstructions based on the human and monkey cone mosaics: Cone‑positions‑Known and cone‑positions‑ignored models of retinocortical mapping. Visual Communication and Image Representation, 1990, 1(2), 137‑152.
Sims, L.M., Stoessel, K., Thompson, J.T. and Hirsch, J. An assessment of visual field changes before and after focal photocoagulation for clinically significant diabetic macular edema. Ophthalmologica, 1990, 200, 133‑141.
Hirsch, J. and Curcio, C.A. The spatial resolution capacity of human foveal retina. Vision Research, 1989, 29, 1095‑1101.
Samy, C.N. and Hirsch, J. Differences between human and monkey retinal sampling mosaics suggest a strategy that enhances human visual sensitivity and resolution. Visual Neuroscience, 1989, 3, 281‑285.
Liao, P.M.; Gollamudi, S.R. and Hirsch, J. Evaluation of corrected loss variance as a field index: Part I. Corrected loss variance can discriminate between glaucoma suspect patients with no loss of visual sensitivity and control observers. Ophthalmologica, 1988 & 197, 136‑143.
Gollamudi, S.R.; Liao, P.M. and Hirsch, J. Evaluation of corrected loss variance as a field index: Part II. Corrected loss variance in conjunction with mean defect can identify stages of glaucoma. Ophthalmologica, 1988, 197, 144‑150.
Jankelovits, E.R.; Lichtenstein, S.J.; Groll, S.L.; Remijan, P.W.; and Hirsch, J. Assessment of retinal function in cataract patients using laser interferometry to measure contrast sensitivity. Applied Optics, 1988, 27, 1057‑1063.
Hirsch, J. and Miller, Wm. H. Does cone positional disorder limit near‑foveal acuity? J. Opt. Soc. Am. A., 1987, 4, 1481‑1492.
Groll, S.L. and Hirsch, J. Two‑dot vernier discrimination within 2.0 degrees of retinal fovea. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A., 1987, 4, 1535‑1542.
Hirsch, J. Line‑separation discrimination curve in the human fovea: smooth or segmented: A reply to Gerald Westheimer. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A., 1985, 2, 477‑478.
Hirsch, J. and Hylton, R. Spatial frequency discrimination at low frequencies: evidence for position quantization by receptive fields. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A., 1985, 2, 128‑135.
Hirsch, J.and Hylton, R. Orientation dependence of visual hyperacuity contains components with hexagonal symmetry. J. Opt. Soc. Am., 1984, 1, 300‑308.
Hirsch, J. and Hylton, R. Quality of the primate photoreceptor lattice and limits of spatial vision. Vision Research, 1984, 24, 347‑355.
Hirsch, J. Falcon visual resolution is equal to human. Nature, 1983, 303, 729‑730.
Hirsch, J. Falcon visual sensitivity to grating contrast. Nature, 1982, 300, 57‑58.
Hirsch, J. and Hylton, R. Limits of spatial‑frequency discrimination as evidence of neural interpolation. J. Opt. Soc. Am., 1982, 72, 1367‑1374.
Poynter, H.L., Schor, C., Haynes, H. and Hirsch, J. Oculomotor functions in reading disability. Amer. J. Optometry & Physiol. Optics, 1982, 59, 116‑127.
Hirsch, J., Hylton, R. and Graham, N. Simultaneous recognition of two spatial‑ frequency components. Vision Research, 1982, 22, 365‑375.
Hirsch, J., Schneider, B. and Vitiello, M. The effects of adaptation to square wave gratings as a function of grating orientation. Perception and Psychophysics, 1974, 15, 475‑478.
Hirsch, J. and Murch, G. Variations in hue of a contouring‑contingent after‑effect due to color adaptation during inspection of the stimulus patterns. Perception and Psychophysics, 1972, 11, 406‑408.
Murch, G. and Hirsch, J. The McCullough effect created by complementary afterimages. Am. J. Psych., 1972, 85, 241‑247.