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Visual perception

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Article Corinne Doria (2020)
À la recherche de la vision « normale » : mesurer l’acuité visuelle au XIXe siècle. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadienne d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 147-172). (/isis/citation/CBB715193668/) unapi

Book Juan Pimentel Igea (2020)
Fantasmas de la ciencia española. (/isis/citation/CBB608599056/) unapi

Book Erin Webster (2020)
The Curious Eye: Optics and Imaginative Literature in Seventeenth-Century England.. (/isis/citation/CBB540485687/) unapi

Article Enrico Giora; Wilhelm Büttemeyer (2020)
Roberto Ardigò as a Forerunner of George M. Stratton’s Experiments on Inverted Vision. History of Psychology (pp. 26-39). (/isis/citation/CBB233963189/) unapi

Book Martyn Jolly; Elisa deCourcy (2020)
The Magic Lantern at Work. (/isis/citation/CBB379636930/) unapi

Article Fiona Amery (2020)
‘An Attempt to Trace Illusions to Their Physical Causes’: Atmospheric Mirages and the Performance of Their Demystification in the 1820s and 1830s. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 443-467). (/isis/citation/CBB116918002/) unapi

Article Carlos S Alvarado (2019)
Jules Bernard Luys on magnetic pathology. History of Psychiatry (pp. 359-374). (/isis/citation/CBB875248563/) unapi

Book Michael Rossi (2019)
The Republic of Color: Science, Perception, and the Making of Modern America. (/isis/citation/CBB532177952/) unapi

Article Sinatra, Maria (2019)
Le polemiche ottocentesche sulla percezione cromatica. Physis: Rivista Internazionale di Storia della Scienza. (/isis/citation/CBB289416868/) unapi

Article Simon-Stickley, Anna (2019)
Image and Imagination of the Life Sciences: The Stereomicroscope on the Cusp of Modern Biology. NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin (pp. 109-144). (/isis/citation/CBB457806469/) unapi

Book Peter John Brownlee (2018)
The Commerce of Vision: Optical Culture and Perception in Antebellum America. (/isis/citation/CBB577723132/) unapi

Article Robert Goulding (2018)
Binocular Vision and Image Location Before Kepler. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 497-546). (/isis/citation/CBB619581228/) unapi

Book Christoph Lüthy (2018)
Image, Imagination, and Cognition: Medieval and Early Modern Theory and Practice. (/isis/citation/CBB544222494/) unapi

Article Jack D. Pettigrew; B. Dreher (2018)
Peter Orlebar Bishop 1917–2012. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 162-171). (/isis/citation/CBB992415219/) unapi

Book Potter, Jonathan (2018)
Discourses of vision in nineteenth-century Britain: Seeing, thinking, writing. (/isis/citation/CBB019070509/) unapi

Article Alessandro Pastore (2018)
Dottrina dei sensi e laboratorio dell’esperienza nell’opera di Paolo Zacchia (1584-1659). A proposito delle nascite mostruose. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 43-58). (/isis/citation/CBB714050863/) unapi

Book Antoine J. Bousquet (2018)
The eye of war: Military perception from the telescope to the drone. (/isis/citation/CBB917628448/) unapi

Article Simons, Peter (April 2017)
Book Review: Barnstorming the Prairies: How Aerial Vision Shaped the Midwest by Jason Weems. Technology and Culture (pp. 591-593). (/isis/citation/CBB691070025/) unapi

Book Susanna Berger (2017)
The Art of Philosophy: Visual Thinking in Europe from the Late Renaissance to the Early Enlightenment. (/isis/citation/CBB354061636/) unapi

Thesis Andrew B. Ross (2017)
A Natural History of the Eye: Shared Vision in Early American Natural History, 1784-1839. (/isis/citation/CBB004756092/) unapi

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