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Richard Marx Held (1922–2016)

Lothar Spillmann
Published Online: 2017-03-31 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/gth-2017-0006

Selected Bibliography

  • Taken from the Professional Biography of R. Held. In: The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography, Volume 6 (2009), edited by L. Squire, Academic Press, Elsevier.Google Scholar

  • Bauer, J. A., & Held, R. (1975). Comparison of visually-guided reaching in normal and deprived infant monkeys. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 4, 298–308.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Birch, E. E., Gwiazda, J., & Held, R. (1982). Stereoacuity development for crossed and uncrossed disparities in human infants. Vision Research, 22, 507–513.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Dichgans, J., Held, R., Young, L. R., & Brandt, T. (1972). Moving visual scenes influence the apparent direction of gravity. Science, 178, 1217–1219.Google Scholar

  • Efstathiou, A., Bauer, J. A., Greene, M., & Held, R. (1967). Altered reaching following adaptation to optical displacement of the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 73, 113–120.Google Scholar

  • Finke, R., & Held, R. (1978). State reversals of optically induced tilt and torsional eye movements. Perception & Psychophysics, 23, 337–340.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Finke, R. A., Pankratov, M., & Held, R. (1984). Dissociations between perceptual and oculomotor effects induced by rotating visual displays. In B. Wooten & L. Spillmann (Eds.), Festschrift for Ivo Kohler: Sensory Experience. Adaptation and Perception (pp. 303–316). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar

  • Gwiazda, J., Bauer, J., Thorn, F., & Held, R. (1995). A dynamic relationship between myopia and blur-driven accommodation in school-aged children. Vision Research, 35, 1299–1304.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Gwiazda, J., Brill, S., Mohindra, I., & Held, R. (1978). Infant visual acuity and its meridional variation. Vision Research, 18, 1557–1564.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Gwiazda, J., Grice, K., Held, R., McLellan, J., & Thorn, F. (2000). Astigmatism and the development of myopia in children. Vision Research, 40, 1019–1026.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Gwiazda, J., Thorn, F., Bauer, J., & Held, R. (1993). Emmetropization and the progression of manifest refraction in children followed from infancy to puberty. Clinical Vision Sciences, 8, 337–344.Google Scholar

  • Hardt, M. E., Held, R., & Steinbach, M. J. (1971). Adaptation to displaced vision: a change in the central control of sensorimotor coordination. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 89, 229–239.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Hein, A., & Held, R. (1967). Dissociation of the visual placing response into elicited and guided components. Science, 158, 390–392.Google Scholar

  • Hein, A., Held, R., & Gower, E. C. (1970). Development and segmentation of visually controlled movement by selective exposure during rearing. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 22, 181–187.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R. (1955). Shifts in binaural localization after prolonged exposures to atypical combinations of stimuli. American Journal of Psychology, 68, 526–548.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R. (1960). Perception and representation. E. H. Gombrich’s Art and Illusion. Yale Review.Google Scholar

  • Held, R. (1962). Adaptation to rearrangement and visual spatial aftereffects. Psychologische Beiträge, Reprint from Volume VI(3/4), 439–450.Google Scholar

  • Held, R. (1965). Plasticity in sensory-motor systems. Scientific American, 213, 89–94.Google Scholar

  • Held, R. (1968). Dissociation of visual functions by deprivation and rearrangement. Psychologische Forschung, 31, 338–348. (As part of a symposium, Locating and Identifying: Two Modes of Visual Processing.).CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R. (1970). Two modes of processing spatially distributed visual stimuli. In F. O. Schmitt (Ed.), The Neurosciences: Second Study Program (pp. 317–324). New York, NY: The Rockefeller Press.Google Scholar

  • Held, R. (1980). The rediscovery of adaptability in the visual system. In C. S. Harris (Ed.), Visual Coding and Adaptability (pp. 69–94). Hillside, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar

  • Held, R., & Bauer, J. A. (1967). Visually guided reaching in infant monkeys after restricted reaching. Science, 155, 718–720.Google Scholar

  • Held, R., & Bauer, J. A. (1974). Development of sensorially-guided reaching in infant monkeys. Brain Research, 71, 265–271.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., Birch, E. E., & Gwiazda, J. (1980). Stereoacuity of human infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA, 21, 5572–5574.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., & Bossom, J. (1961). Neonatal deprivation and adult rearrangement: complementary techniques for analyzing plastic sensory-motor coordination. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 21, 33–37.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., Dichgans, J., & Bauer, J. A. (1975). Characteristics of moving visual scenes influencing spatial orientation. Vision Research, 15, 357–365.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., Efstathiou, A., & Greene, M. (1966). Adaptation to displaced and delayed visual feedback from the hand. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72, 887891.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., & Freedman, S. J. (1963). Plasticity in human sensorimotor control. Science, 142, 455–462.Google Scholar

  • Held, R., & Hein, A. (1958). Adaptation of disarranged hand-eye coordination contingent upon reafferent stimulation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 8, 87–90.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., & Hein, A. (1963). Movement-produced stimulation in the development of visually guided behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 872–876.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., & Rekosh, J. (1963). Motor-sensory feedback and the geometry of visual space. Science, 141, 722–723.Google Scholar

  • Held, R., & Schlank, M. (1959). Adaptation to disarranged eye-hand coordination in the distance dimension. The American Journal of Psychology, 12, 603–605.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Held, R., & Shattuck, S. R. (1971). Color- and edge-sensitive channels in the human visual system: Tuning for orientation. Science, 174, 314–315.Google Scholar

  • Jacobson, S. G., Mohindra, I., & Held, R. (1981). Age of onset of amblyopia in infants with esotropia. Documenta Ophthalmologica, Proceedings Series, 30, 210–216.Google Scholar

  • Köhler, W., & Held, R. (1949). The cortical correlate of pattern vision. Science, 110, 412–419.Google Scholar

  • Köhler, W., O’Connell, D., & Held, R. (1952). An investigation of cortical currents. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 96, 290–330.Google Scholar

  • Leehey, S. C., Moskowitz-Cook, A., Brill, S., & Held, R. (1975). Orientational anisotropy in infant vision. Science, 190(4217), 900–902.Google Scholar

  • Merker, B., & Held, R. (1981). Eye torsion and the apparent horizon under head tilt and visual field rotation. Vision Research, 21, 543–547.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Mikaelian, H., & Held, R. (1964). Two types of adaptation to an optically-rotated visual field. American Journal of Psychology, 22, 257–263.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Mohindra, I., Held, R., Gwiazda, J., & Brill, S. (1978). Astigmatism in infants. Science, 202, 329331.Google Scholar

  • Mohindra, I., Jacobson, S. G., Thomas, J., & Held, R. (1979). Development of amblyopia in infants. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Society U.K., 99, 344–346.Google Scholar

  • Nägele, J. R., & Held, R. (1982). The postnatal development of monocular optokinetic nystagmus in infants. Vision Research, 22, 341–346.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Pöppel, E., Held, R., & Frost, D. (1973). Residual visual functions after brain wound involving the central visual pathways in man. Nature, 243, 295–296.Google Scholar

  • Shattuck, S., & Held, R. (1975). Color and edge sensitive channels converge on stereo-depth analyzers. Vision Research, 12(2), 309–311.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Shimojo, S., Birch, E. E., Gwiazda, J., & Held, R. (1984). Development of vernier acuity in infants. Vision Research, 2i, 721–728.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • White, B. L., Castle, P., & Held, R. (1964). Observations on the development of visually-directed reaching. Child Development, 22, 349–364.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Wolfe, J., & Held, R. (1979). Eye torsion and visual tilt are mediated by different binocular processes. Vision Research, 12, 917–920.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

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