Pablo Barrionuevo
Pablo Barrionuevo
Investigador Adjunto, Instituto de Investigación en Luz, Ambiente y Visión (ILAV), CONICET - UNT
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Assessing Rod, Cone, and Melanopsin Contributions to Human Pupil Flicker Responses
PA Barrionuevo, N Nicandro, JJ McAnany, AJ Zele, P Gamlin, D Cao
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 55 (2), 719-727, 2014
882014
A Five-Primary Photostimulator Suitable for Studying Intrinsically Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cell Functions in Humans
D Cao, N Nicandro, PA Barrionuevo
Journal of Vision 15 (1), 27, 1-13, 2015
722015
Luminance and chromatic signals interact differently with melanopsin activation to control the pupil light response
PA Barrionuevo, D Cao
Journal of Vision 16 (11), 29-29, 2016
342016
Contributions of rhodopsin, cone opsins, and melanopsin to postreceptoral pathways inferred from natural image statistics
PA Barrionuevo, D Cao
JOSA A 31 (4), A131-A139, 2014
252014
Estimating photoreceptor excitations from spectral outputs of a personal light exposure measurement device
D Cao, PA Barrionuevo
Chronobiology international 32 (2), 270-280, 2015
172015
Comparison between an objective and a psychophysical method for the evaluation of intraocular light scattering
PA Barrionuevo, EM Colombo, M Vilaseca, J Pujol, LA Issolio
JOSA A 29 (7), 1293-1299, 2012
162012
Influence of background size, luminance and eccentricity on different adaptation mechanisms
AH Gloriani, BM Matesanz, PA Barrionuevo, I Arranz, L Issolio, S Mar, ...
Vision research 125, 12-22, 2016
142016
Evaluation of the intraocular scattering through brightness reduction by glare using external diffusers to simulate cataracts.
P Barrionuevo, E Colombo, D Corregidor, M Jaen, L Issolio
Optica Applicata 40 (1), 2010
92010
Nonlinearities in the rod and cone photoreceptor inputs to the afferent pupil light response
PA Barrionuevo, JJ McAnany, AJ Zele, D Cao
Frontiers in Neurology 9, 1140, 2018
72018
The importance of intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells and implications for lighting design
D Cao, PA Barrionuevo
Journal of Solid State Lighting 2 (1), 1-8, 2015
62015
Veiling luminance as a descriptor of brightness reduction caused by transient glare
LA Issolio, PA Barrionuevo, SA Comastri, EM Colombo
JOSA A 29 (10), 2230-2236, 2012
42012
Brightness reduction as a function of the angular position of a glare source
L Issolio, J Matranga, P Barrionuevo, SA Comastri, G Martin, E Colombo
Optica Pura y Aplicada 42 (1), 33-39, 2009
42009
Effect of eccentricity and light level on the timing of light adaptation mechanisms
PA Barrionuevo, BM Matesanz, AH Gloriani, I Arranz, L Issolio, S Mar, ...
JOSA A 35 (4), B144-B151, 2018
32018
Assessment of #TheDress With Traditional Color Vision Tests: Perception Differences Are Associated With Blueness
C Feitosa-Santana, M Lutze, PA Barrionuevo, D Cao
i-Perception 9 (2), 2041669518764192, 2018
32018
Retinal mesopic adaptation model for brightness perception under transient glare
PA Barrionuevo, EM Colombo, LA Issolio
JOSA A 30 (6), 1236-1247, 2013
32013
Intraocular Light Scatter in Eyes With the Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis
FI Karas, A Arteaga, P Barrionuevo, D Cao, JJ McAnany, E Shorter, ...
Cornea 38 (1), 50-53, 2019
22019
Modeling the Interaction Between Blur and Automobile Tinting Films on Vision
A Martin, PA Barrionuevo, JE Santillan, V Lansingh, ME Nano, ...
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 51 (13), 1819-1819, 2010
22010
50.1: Invited Paper: The Importance of Melanopsin Activation in Perception, Health, and Lighting Design
D Cao, PA Barrionuevo
SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers 46 (1), 750-753, 2015
12015
Modelling glare effects on brightness perception
PA Barrionuevo, EM Colombo, LA Issolio
Perception ECVP abstract 39, 167-167, 2010
12010
Vidrios oscurecidos en los automóviles y sus efectos en la visión funcional de los conductores
A Martín, JE Santillán, PA Barrionuevo
Oftalmol Clín Exp 3, 69-72, 2009
12009
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