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Free Ophthalmic journal - Indian Journal of Ophthalmology

Free Ophthalmic journal - Indian Journal of Ophthalmology

The Indian Journal of Ophthalmology (ISSN 0301-4738) or IJO, is the official scientific journal of the All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS), which at a membership strength of over 9200 is probably the 2nd largest society of ophthalmologists in the world. The IJO which is an indexed, peer reviewed journal, originated as a platform for the scientific expression of the AIOS which is the umbrella society to which almost all ophthalmologists in India belong. However it has grown over the years to be international in its scope, also accepting articles of merit from contributors all over the world. IJO is published 6 times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November.

The objective is to provide opportunities for free exchange of ideas and information. The society or the editorial board accept no responsibility for any statements published in the journal. These statements are solely attributable to the authors; they are not necessarily indicative of the policies of the society or the editorial board

Free access from 1953, Volume:1 ,Issue: 1 onwards to current


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Free Ophthalmic journal - Journal of vision

Free Ophthalmic journal - Journal of vision
ISSN 1534-7362

All issues from Volume 1, 2001 to current
are free

Special Issue Introduction
i Neuroimaging in vision science
Andy Smith
David Heeger
Geoff Boynton
Anthony Norcia

5 Spatial frequency tuning in human retinotopic visual areas
Linda Henriksson
Lauri Nurminen
Aapo Hyvärinen
Simo Vanni
4 The effects of parts, wholes, and familiarity on face-selective responses in MEG
Alison M. Harris
Geoffrey K. Aguirre
3 Alpha band amplification during illusory jitter perception
Kaoru Amano
Derek H. Arnold
Tsunehiro Takeda
Alan Johnston
2 The effects of spatial attention in early human visual cortex are stimulus independent
Scott O. Murray
1 Sensitivity of human visual cortical areas to the stereoscopic depth of a moving stimulus
Andrew T. Smith
Matthew B. Wall

Editor's Note: The following articles were also accepted for this Special Issue, but were published prior to its launch.

Figure-ground interaction in the human visual cortex
Lawrence G. Appelbaum
Alex R. Wade
Mark W. Pettet
Vladimir Y. Vildavski
Anthony M. Norcia

ConTrack: Finding the most likely pathways between brain regions using diffusion tractography
Anthony J. Sherbondy
Robert F. Dougherty
Michal Ben-Shachar
Sandy Napel
Brian A. Wandell


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