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Samuel Howard Bartley - bibliography

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Biography

American physiologist and psychologist, 1901-1988.

Bibliography

    Books etc:
  • Beginning experimental psychology. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950.
  • Fatigue: Mechanism and management (American lecture series). 1965.
  • The Psychophysiology of Vision. 1951.
  • The human organism as a person. Chilton Book Company, 1967.
  • Principles of perception.
    New York, Harper & Brothers, 1957. xiv + 482 pages. 2nd edition 1969.
    Spanish translation: Principios de percepción. México : Trillas. 1976.
  • Perception in Everyday Life. Harper & Row, 1972. 325 pages.
  • Introduction to perception. New York : Harper & Row, 1980.
  • A Bit of Human Transparency. Dorrance Pub. Co., 1988. 240 pages.
  • S. Howard Bartley and Eloise Chute:
    Fatigue and Impairment in Man. Contributors: S. Howard Bartley, Eloise Chute, and A. C. Ivy, authors. Foreword by A. C. Ivy, Ph.D., M.D. Vice-president, Chicago Professional Colleges University of Illinois.
    New York and London, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., 1947. S. Howard Bartley was a contributor to:
  • Theoretical foundations of psychology, edited by Harry Helson, Professor of Psychology, University of Texas.
    New York, Van Nostrand Company, 1951.

    Articles:
  • George Holman Bishop (1889-1973) and S. Howard bartley:
    A functional study of the nerve elements of the optic pathway by means of the recorded action currents.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, November 1934, 17 (11): 995-1007.
  • G. A. Fry & S. H. Bartley:
    Effect of one border in the visual field upon the threshold of another.
    American Journal of Physiology, 1935, 112, 414-421.
  • S. H. Bartley:
    Temporal and spatial summation of extrinsic impulses with intrisic activuty of the cortex.
    Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, New York, 1936, 8, 41-50.
  • S. H. Bartley:
    A central mechanism in brightness enhancement. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1938, 38: 535-536.
  • S. H. Bartley:
    Some effects of intermittent photic stimulation.
    Journal of Experimental Psychology, Washington DC, 1939, 25: 462-480.
  • Peter Heinbecker and S. Howard Bartley:
    Action of ether and nembutal on the nervous system.
    Journal of Neurophysiology, Bethesda, 1940, 3: 219-236: 1940
  • S. H. Bartley:
    Brightness comparisons when one eye is stimulated intermittently and the other steadily.
    The Journal of Psychology, Washington DC, 1951a, 34: 165-167.
  • S. H. Bartley:
    Brightness enhancement in relation to target intensity.
    The Journal of Psychology, 1951b, 32: 57-62.
  • S. H. Bartley, T. M. Nelson:
    Certain chromatic and brightness changes associated with rate of intermittency of photic stimulation.
    The Journal of Psychology, 1960, 50: 323-332.
  • T. M. Nelson & S. H. Bartley:
    The role of PCF in temporal manipulations of color.
    The Journal of Psychology, 1961, 52: 457-477.
  • T. M. Nelson & S. H. Bartley:
    The Talbot-Plateau law and the brightness of restricted numbers of photic repetitions at cff. Vision Research, 1964, 4: 403-411.
  • R. F. Haines and S. H. Bartley:
    A Study of Certain Visual Effects Occasioned by Factors of So-Called Glare.
    The Journal of Psychology, 1966, 62: 255-266.
  • R. J. Ball & S. H. Bartley:
    Changes in brightness index, saturation and hue produced by luminance-wavelength-temporal interactions.
    Journal of the Optical Society of America, Lanvcaster, 1966, 66, 695-699.
  • R. J. Ball & S. H. Bartley:
    Brightness and saturation changes resultant from temporal manipulation of spectral photic input for normal and color-deficient observers.
    The Journal of Psychology, Washington DC, 1968, 68, 55-61.
  • T. L. Hickey and S. Howard Bartley:
    Foveal critical flicker frequency as influenced by intermittent stimulation of the opposite eye at various locations.
    The Journal of Psychology, Washington DC, 1969, 73: 147-157.
  • R. J. Ball & S. H. Bartley:
    Several aspects of visual perception.
    Journal of the American Optometry Association, Chicago, 1971, 42, 649-652. Biographical etc:

  • R. F. Haines:
    Dr. Samuel Howard Bartley - a tribute to his long and outstanding career in vision research.
    American Journal of Optometry and Archives of the American Academy of Optometry, Minneapolis, June 1969, 46 (6): 465-468.

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