University Shield Prof. J. D. Mollon
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Books

  1. H. B. Barlow and J. D. Mollon, 1982: The Senses. Cambridge University Press

  2. J. D. Mollon and L. T. Sharpe, 1983: Colour Vision: Physiology and Psychophysics. Academic Press

  3. J. D. Mollon, J. Pokorny and K. Knoblauch, 2003: Normal and Defective Colour Vision. Oxford University Press

Papers and Reports

  1. J. D. Mollon (1968) Fixation and perception. Optica Acta 15, 295-297 test Request pdf

  2. J. Krauskopf and J. D. Mollon (1971) The independence of the temporal integration properties of individual chromatic mechanisms in the human eye. J. Physiol. 291, 611-623 Request pdf

  3. J. D. Mollon and J. Krauskopf (1973) Reaction time as a measure of the temporal response properties of individual colour mechanisms. Vision Research 13, 27-40 Request pdf

  4. J. D. Mollon (1974) After-effects and the brain. New Scientist 61, 479-482 Request pdf

  5. J. D. Mollon and H. E. Ross (1975) Gregory on the sun illusion. Perception 4, 115-118. [James Gregory (1668) on what is now known as the moon illusion] * Request pdf

  6. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1975) Some properties of the blue cone mechanism of the eye. Journal of Physiology 254, 1-2P Request pdf

  7. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1975) Colour illusion and evidence for interaction between cone mechanisms. Nature 258, 421-422 Request pdf

  8. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1976) Absence of transient tritanopia following adaptation to very intense yellow light. Nature 1976, 259, 570-572 Request pdf

  9. J. D. Mollon, P. G. Polden and M.J. Morgan (1977) Electro-optic shutters and filters. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 1977, 29, 147-156. * Request pdf

  10. J. D. Mollon (1977) Chapter Three: Neurons and neural codes, of 'The Perceptual World', Ed. K. von Fieandt and I.K. Moustgaard, Academic Press, pp. 45-70 2 Request pdf

  11. J. D. Mollon (1977) Chapter Four: Neural analysis, of 'The Perceptual World', Ed. K. von Fieandt and I.K. Moustgaard, Academic Press, pp. 71-97 2 Request pdf

  12. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1977) An anomaly in the response of the eye to light of short wavelengths. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Vol. 278, No. 960 Request pdf

  13. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1977) Saturation of a retinal cone mechanism. Nature 1977, 265, 243-246 Request pdf

  14. J. D. Mollon (1977) The oddity of blue. Nature 1977, 268, 587-588 (Meeting Report)

  15. J. D. Mollon (1977) Contrast and colour perception. In Spekreijse, H. and van der Tweel, L.H. 'Spatial Contrast', North-Holland, pp. 40-41

  16. J. D. Mollon (1978) Weber on sensory asymmetry. In Kinsbourne, M. 'Asymmetrical function of the brain'. Cambridge University Press, 1978, pp. 318-325

  17. J. K. Bowmaker, H. J. A. Dartnall, J. N. Lythgoe and J. D. Mollon (1978) The visual pigments of rods and cones in the rhesus monkey, Macaca mulatta. J.Physiol. 274, 329-348 Request pdf

  18. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1978) On the time constants of tachistoscopes. Quart. J. Exp. Psychol. 30, 555-568. * Request pdf

  19. E. N. Pugh, Jr. and J. D. Mollon (1979) A theory of the π1 and π3 color mechanisms of Stiles. Vision Research 19, 293-312 Request pdf

  20. J. D. Mollon (1979) The theory of colour vision. In Connolly K. (Ed.) 'Psychology Survey No. 2', Allen and Unwin, pp. 128-150

  21. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1979) Post-receptoral adaptation. Vision Research 19, 435-440 Request pdf

  22. J. K. Bowmaker, H. J. A. Dartnall and J. D. Mollon (1980) Microspectrophotometric demonstration of four classes of photoreceptor in an Old World primate, Macaca fascicularis. J. Physiol. 298, 131-143 Request pdf

  23. J. D. Mollon (1980) Post-receptoral processes in colour vision. Nature 283, 623-624 (Meeting report)

  24. P. G. Polden and J. D. Mollon (1980) Reversed effect of adapting stimuli on visual sensitivity. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 210, 235-272 Request pdf

  25. J. D. Mollon, F. Newcombe, P. G. Polden and G. Ratcliff (1980) On the presence of three cone mechanisms in a case of total achromatopsia. In Verriest, G. (Ed.) 'Colour Vision Deficiencies V, Bristol: Hilger, pp. 130-135 Request pdf

  26. J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1980) Primate microspectrophotometry and its implications for colour deficiency. In Verriest, G. (Ed.). op cit., pp. 61-64

  27. J. D. Mollon (1980) Hue substitution: Reply to Bowen, Pokorny & Smith. Nature 285, 440

  28. J. D. Mollon and P. G. Polden (1980) A curiosity of light adaptation. Nature 286, 59-62 Request pdf

  29. G. H. Jacobs, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1981) Behavioural and microspectrophotometric measurements of colour vision in monkeys. Nature 292, 541-543

  30. J. D. Mollon (1982) Color Vision. Annual Reviews of Psychology 33, 41-85 Request pdf

  31. L. T. Sharpe and J. D. Mollon (1982) Dynamic changes in sensitivity to long-wavelength incremental flashes. Docum. Ophthal. Proc. Ser. 33, 53-59

  32. J. D. Mollon (1982) A taxonomy of tritanopias. Docum. Ophthal. Proc. Ser. 33, 87-101 Request pdf

  33. J. D. Mollon (1982) What is odd about the short-wavelength mechanism and why is it disproportionately vulnerable to acquired damage? Docum. Ophthal. Proc. Ser. 33, 145-149 (Meeting Report)

  34. G. H. Jacobs, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1982) Colour vision variations in monkeys: behavioural and microspectrophotometric measurements in the same individuals. Docum. Ophthal. Proc. Ser. 33, 269-280

  35. J. K. Bowmaker, J. D. Mollon and G. H. Jacobs (1983) Microspectrophotometric results for Old and New World primates. In Mollon, J.D. and Sharpe, L.T., op. cit., pp. 57-68

  36. H. J. A. Dartnall, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1983) Microspectrophotometry of human photoreceptors. In Mollon, J.D. and Sharpe, L.T., op. cit., pp. 69-80

  37. J. D. Mollon (1983) Colour vision. In Harré, R. and Lamb, R. (Eds.) 'Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Psychology', Blackwell

  38. H. J. A. Dartnall, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1983) Human visual pigments: microspectrophotometric results from the eyes of seven persons. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 220, 115-130 Request pdf

  39. C. R. Cavonius and J. D. Mollon (1984) Reaction time as a measure of the discriminability of large colour differences. In C.P. Gibson (Ed.) 'Colour Coded vs Monochrome Electronic Displays', London, HMSO Request pdf

  40. J. D. Mollon, J. K. Bowmaker, H. J. A. Dartnall, A. C. Bird (1984) Microspectrophotometric and psychophysical results for the same deuteranopic observer. In Verriest, G. (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies VII, The Hague, W. Junk, pp. 303-310 Request pdf

  41. J. D. Mollon, J. K. Bowmaker and G. H. Jacobs (1984) Variations of colour vision in a New World primate can be explained by polymorphism of retinal photopigments. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 222, 373-399 Request pdf

  42. J. D. Mollon (1985) Studies in scarlet. The Listener 10 January, 6-7 2 Request pdf

  43. J. D. Mollon (1985) L'auteur énigmatique de la théorie trichromatique. Proc. Assoc. Int. de la Couleur Paris, 1985

  44. J. K. Bowmaker, G. H. Jacobs, D. J. Spiegelhalter and J. D. Mollon (1985) Two types of trichromatic squirrel monkey share a pigment in the red-green spectral region. Vision Research 25, 1937-1946 Request pdf

  45. J. D. Mollon (1986) Articles on 'Colour Vision' and 'McCollough Effect'. in Kuper, A. and Kuper, J. (Eds.) 'The Social Science Encyclopaedia', Routledge and Kegan Paul

  46. J. D. Mollon and C. R. Cavonius (1986) The discriminability of colours on c.r.t. displays. J. Inst. Electronic & Radio Engineers 56, 107-110 Request pdf

  47. J. D. Mollon (1986) Molecular genetics: Understanding colour vision. Nature 321, 12-13. (News & Views) Request pdf

  48. J. D. Mollon (1986) Articles on 'Colour Vision', 'Colour Blindness', 'Weber's Law', 'Contingent visual after-effects' . in Harré R. and Lamb, R. (Eds.) Dictionary of Physiological and Clinical Psychology', Blackwell

  49. J. D. Mollon (1986) Questions of sex and colour. Nature 1986, 323, 578-579. (News & Views) Request pdf

  50. A. Stockman and J. D. Mollon (1986) The spectral sensitivities of the middle- and long-wave cones: an extension of the two-colour threshold technique of W. S. Stiles. Perception 15, 729-754. * Request pdf

  51. J. D. Mollon and C. R. Cavonius (1987) The chromatic antagonisms of Opponent Process Theory are not the same as those revealed in studies of detection and discrimination. In Verriest, G., (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies VIII, The Hague, W. Junk, pp 473-483 2 Request pdf

  52. J. D. Mollon (1987) W. S. Stiles (1901-1985). In Verriest, G., (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies VIII, The Hague, W. Junk, pp 1-2

  53. J. D. Mollon, A. Stockman and P. G. Polden (1987) Transient tritanopia of a second kind. Vision Research 27, 637-650 Request pdf

  54. J. D. Mollon (1987) On the origins of polymorphisms. In 'Frontiers of Visual Science', National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 160-168

  55. J. K. Bowmaker, G. H. Jacobs and J. D. Mollon (1987) Polymorphism of photopigments in the squirrel monkey: a sixth phenotype. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 231, 383-390 Request pdf

  56. J. D. Mollon (1987) What can we learn about colour vision from a study of its evolution? In 'Normal and Pathologic Colour Vision', Eds. E. Marré, M. Tost, H.J. Zenker, Martin-Luther-Universität Wissenschaftliche Beiträge 120 (R101), Halle (Saale)

  57. J. D. Mollon (1987) Walter Stanley Stiles, 1901-1985. Perception 15, 657-666. * 2 Request pdf

  58. J. D. Mollon (1987) On the nature of models of colour vision. Die Farbe 34, 29-46. *

  59. J. D. Mollon (1987) John Elliot M.D. (1747-1787). Nature 329, 19-20 Request pdf

  60. J. D. Mollon and O. Estévez (1988) Tyndall's paradox of hue discrimination. J. opt. Soc. Amer 5A, 151-159 Request pdf

  61. D. Travis, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1988) Polymorphism of visual pigments in a Callitrichid monkey. Vision Research 28, 481-490 Request pdf

  62. J. D. Mollon and G. Jordan (1988/1989) Eine evolutionäre Interpretation des menschlichen Farbensehens. Die Farbe 35/36, 139-170

  63. J. D. Mollon (1989) "Tho' she kneel'd in that Place where they Grew". J. exp. Biol. 146, 21-38 (reprinted in A. Byrne and D. R. Hilbert Readings on Color, MIT Press, 1997)

  64. J. D. Mollon and J. P. Reffin (1989) A computer-controlled colour vision test that combines the principles of Chibret and Stilling. Journal of Physiology 414, 5P Request pdf

  65. J. D. Mollon (1989) Acquisition and Processing of Information During States of REM Sleep and Slow-Wave Sleep. United States Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Note 98-04 Request pdf

  66. J. D. Mollon (1989) Psychology's Johnson. Review of MacMillan Dictionary of Psychology by Stuart Sutherland. Nature 338, 668-669 Request pdf

  67. J. D. Mollon (1990) The club-sandwich mystery. Nature 343, 16-17 (News & Views). * Request pdf

  68. C. R. Cavonius, M. Müller and J. D. Mollon (1990) Difficulties faced by color-anomalous observers in interpreting color displays. Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers 1990, 1250, 190-195

  69. J. D. Mollon (1990) The tricks of colour. In Barlow, H.B., Weston-Smith, M. and Blakemore, C. (Eds.) 'Images and Understanding', Cambridge University Press, pp. 61-78

  70. J. D. Mollon, O. Estévez and C. R. Cavonius (1990) The two subsystems of colour vision and their roles in wavelength discrimination. In C. B. Blakemore (Ed.) 'Vision: coding and efficiency', Cambridge University Press, pp. 119-131 Request pdf

  71. M. A. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1991) Changes in colour appearance following post-receptoral adaptation. Nature 349, 235-238 Request pdf

  72. J. D. Mollon (1991) Edwin Herbert Land (1909-1991). Nature 350, 379-380 (Obituary). * Request pdf

  73. J. D. Mollon (1991) G protein-coupled receptors: Hue and the heptahelicals. Nature 351, 696-697 (News and Views) Request pdf

  74. J. K. Bowmaker, S. Astell, D. Hunt and J. D. Mollon (1991) Photosensitive and photostable pigments in the retinae of Old World monkeys. J. exp. Biol. 1991, 156, 1-19. * Request pdf

  75. M. Müller, C. R. Cavonius and J. D. Mollon (1991) Constructing the color space of the deuteranomalous observer. In B. Drum and A. Serra 'Colour Vision Deficiencies X', Kluwer, pp. 377-387

  76. J. D. Mollon, S. Astell and J. Reffin (1991) A minimalist test of colour vision. In B. Drum and A. Serra 'Colour Vision Deficiencies X', Kluwer, pp. 59-67. * Request pdf

  77. J. Reffin, S. Astell and J. D. Mollon (1991) Trials of a computer-controlled colour vision test that preserves the advantages of pseudoisochromatic plates. In B. Drum and A. Serra 'Colour Vision Deficiencies X', Kluwer, pp. 67-76. *

  78. J. D. Mollon (1991) The uses and evolutionary origins of primate colour vision. In J. Cronly-Dillon and R. L. Gregory (Eds.), 'Vision and Visual Dysfunction' vol 2, pp. 306-319, Macmillan, London (revised version of essay originally published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.)

  79. J. D. Mollon, S. Astell and C. R. Cavonius (1992) A reduction in stimulus duration can improve wavelength discriminations mediated by short-wave cones. Vision Research 32, 745-755. * Request pdf

  80. R. Ibbotson, D. Hunt, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1992) Sequence divergence and copy number of the middle- and long-wave photopigment genes in Old World monkeys. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond., B 247, 145-154 Request pdf

  81. J. D. Mollon (1992) Signac's Secret. Nature 358, 380-381 (Book review) * Request pdf

  82. J. D. Mollon (1992) Worlds of Difference. Nature 356, 378-379. * (News & Views) Request pdf

  83. M. J. Tovée, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1992) The relationship between cone pigments and behavioural sensitivity in a New World primate (Callithrix jacchus jacchus). Vision Research 32, 867-878 Request pdf

  84. M. J. Morgan, A. Adam and J. D. Mollon (1992) Dichromats detect colour-camouflaged objects that are not detected by trichromats. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 248, 291-295 Request pdf

  85. A. J. Williams, D. M. Hunt, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1992) The polymorphic photopigments of the marmoset: spectral tuning and genetic basis. European Molecular Biology Organisation Journal 11, 2039-2045 Request pdf

  86. J. D. Mollon and J. K. Bowmaker (1992) The spatial arrangement of cones in the primate fovea. Nature 360, 677-679. * Request pdf

  87. J. D. Mollon (1993) Mixing genes and mixing pigments. Current Biology 3, 82-85. Request pdf

  88. D. Hunt, A. Williams, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1993) Structure and evolution of the polymorphic photopigment gene of the marmoset. Vision Research 33, 147-154 . Request pdf

  89. M. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1993) Contrast adaptation dissociates different measures of luminous efficiency. J. Optical Society of America 10A, 1332-1340. Request pdf

  90. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1993) A study of women heterozygous for colour deficiency. Vision Research 33, 1495-1508.* Request pdf

  91. J. D. Mollon (1993) George Palmer (1740-1795). In C. Nicholls (Ed.) 'Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons Volume', Oxford University Press, pp. 509-510 (Republished with additions in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2004)

  92. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1993) The Nagel anomaloscope and seasonal variation in colour vision. Nature. 363 546-549 Request pdf

  93. M. R. Baker and J. D. Mollon (1993) The spectral luminance function for deflection of attention. Die Farbe 39, 25-35. *

  94. B. C. Regan, J. P. Reffin and J. D. Mollon (1994) Luminance noise and the rapid determination of discrimination ellipses in colour deficiency. Vision Research 34, 1279-1299 Request pdf

  95. M. A. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1994) The influence of contrast adaptation on color appearance. Vision Research 34, 1993-2020 Request pdf

  96. K. S. Dulai, J. K. Bowmaker, J. D. Mollon and D. M. Hunt (1994) Sequence divergence, polymorphism and evolution of the middle-wave and long-wave visual pigment genes of Great Apes and Old World monkeys. Vision Research 34, 2483-2493 Request pdf

  97. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1995) Rayleigh matches and unique green. Vision Research 35, 613-620.* Request pdf

  98. J. D. Mollon and M. R. Baker (1995) The use of CRT displays in research on colour vision. In Drum, B. (Ed) Colour Vision Deficiencies XII pp. 423-444. *

  99. B. C. Regan and J. D. Mollon (1995) Discrimination ellipses in the MacLeod-Boynton diagram: results for normal and colour-deficient subjects obtained with a CRT display. In Drum, B. (Ed) Colour Vision Deficiencies XII, pp 445-451

  100. J. D. Mollon (1995) Seeing colour.(Darwin Lecture). In T. Lamb and J. Bourriau (Eds) Colour : Art and Science, 127-150, CUP

  101. M. A. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1995) Colour constancy influenced by contrast adaptation. Nature 373, 694-698 Request pdf

  102. D. M. Hunt, K. Dulai, J. K. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1995) The chemistry of John Dalton's color blindness. Science 267, 984-988 Request pdf

  103. F. Viénot, H. Brettel, L. Ott, A. B. M'Barek and J. D. Mollon (1995) What do colour-blind people see? Nature 376, 127-128 (Scientific Correspondence) Request pdf

  104. A. G. Morris, E. Gaitonde, P. J. McKenna, J. D. Mollon and D. M. Hunt (1995) CAG repeat expansions and schizophrenia: association with disease in females and with early age-at-onset. Human Molecular Genetics 4, 1957-1961 Request pdf

  105. J. Shyne, D. Hewett-Emmett, H. Sperling, D. M. Hunt, J. K. Bowmaker, J. D. Mollon and W. Li (1995) Adaptive evolution of color vision genes in higher primates. Science 269, 1265-1267

  106. D. Hunt, J. Cowing, R. Patel, B. Appukuttan, J. Bowmaker and J. D. Mollon (1995) Sequence and evolution of the blue cone pigment gene in Old and New World primates. Genomics 27, 535-538

  107. E. J. Gaitonde, A. Morris, S. Sivagnanasundaram, P. J. McKenna, D. M. Hunt and J. D. Mollon (1996) Assessment of association of D3 dopamine receptor MScI polymorphism with schizophrenia. American Journal of Medical Genetics 67 455-458

  108. J. D. Mollon and A. Perkins (1996) Errors of judgement at Greenwich in 1796. Nature 380, 101-102 Request pdf

  109. J. D. Mollon and M. V. Danilova (1996) Three remarks on perceptual learning. Spatial Vision 10, 51-58. * Request pdf

  110. V. Bonnardel, H. Bellemare and J. D. Mollon (1996) Measurements of human sensitivity to comb-filtered spectra. Vision Research 36, 2713-2720 Request pdf

  111. M. A. Webster, A. Wade and J. D. Mollon (1996) Color in natural images and its implications for visual adaptation. SPIE Proceedings 1996, 2657, 144-152

  112. J. D. Mollon (1996) The Experimental Psychology Society 1946-1996. Experimental Psychology Society Cambridge. *

  113. M. West, L. Spillmann, P. Cavanagh, J. Mollon and S. Hamlin (1996) Susanne Liebmann in the critical zone. Perception 25, 1451-1495

  114. J. D. Mollon (1996) The evolution of trichromacy: An essay to mark the bicentennial of Thomas Young's graduation in Göttingen. In N. Elsner & H.-U. Schnitzler (Eds) Brain and Evolution, Springer, pp. 125-139

  115. J. D. Mollon (1997) '...aus dreyerley Arten von Membranen oder Molekülen': George Palmer's legacy. In C. R. Cavonius (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies XIII pp. 1-18, Kluwer: Dordrecht. * Request pdf

  116. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1997) Unique hues in heterozygotes for protan and deutan deficiencies. In C. R. Cavonius (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies XIII pp. 67-76, Kluwer: Dordrecht

  117. B. C. Regan and J. D. Mollon (1997) The relative salience of the cardinal axes of colour space in normal and anomalous trichromats. In C. R. Cavonius (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies XIII pp. 261-270, Kluwer: Dordrecht Request pdf

  118. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1997) Sons and Mothers: classification of colour-deficient and heterozygous subjects by counterphase modulation photometry. In C. R. Cavonius (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies XIII pp. 385-392, Kluwer: Dordrecht Request pdf

  119. M. V. Danilova and J. D. Mollon (1997) The pseudoisochromatic plates of E. N. Yustova. In C. R. Cavonius (Ed.) Colour Vision Deficiencies XIII pp. 313-322, Kluwer: Dordrecht Request pdf

  120. J. D. Mollon, K. S. Dulai and D. M. Hunt (1997) Dalton's colour blindness: an essay in molecular biography. In C. Dickinson, I. Murray and D. Carden (Eds) 'John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy', pp 15-33, Taylor and Francis, London

  121. J. D. Mollon and G. Jordan (1997) On the nature of unique hues. In C. Dickinson, I. Murray and D. Carden (Eds) 'John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy', pp. 391-403, Taylor and Francis, London Request pdf

  122. J. K. Bowmaker, D. M. Hunt and J. D. Mollon (1997) Primate visual pigments: their spectral distribution and evolution. In C. Dickinson, I. Murray and D. Carden (Eds) 'John Dalton's Colour Vision Legacy', pp. 37-46, Taylor and Francis, London

  123. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1997) Adaptation of colour vision to sunlight. Nature 386, 135-136 (Scientific Correspondence). * Request pdf

  124. J. D. Mollon (1997) Colour blindness. In 'Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine', pp. 412-413, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

  125. M. A. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1997) Motion minima for different directions in color space. Vision Research 37 1479-1498 Request pdf

  126. E. J. Gaitonde, S. Sivagnanasundaram, A. G. Morris, P. J. McKenna, J. D. Mollon and D. M. Hunt (1997) The number of triplet repeats in five brain-expressed loci with CAG expansions is not associated with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 25, 111-116 Request pdf

  127. J. D. Mollon (1997) Chevreul et sa théorie de la vision dans le cadre du XIXe siècle. In G. Roque, B. Bobo and F. Viénot (Eds.) 'Michel-Eugène Chevreul', pp 137-146, Éditions du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris

  128. M. A. Webster and J. D. Mollon (1997) Adaptation and the color statistics of natural images. Vision Research 37, 3283-3298 Request pdf

  129. H. Brettel, F. Viénot and J. D. Mollon (1997) Computerized simulation of color appearance for dichromats. Journal of the Optical Society of America. A 14, 2647-2655. Request pdf

  130. J. D. Mollon (1997) 'By velocity cues alone...' . Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 50A, 859-878. * Request pdf (monochrome only)

  131. J. D. Mollon, B. C. Regan and J. K. Bowmaker (1998) What is the function of the cone-rich rim of the retina? Eye 12, 548-552. * Request pdf

  132. G. Jordan and J. D. Mollon (1998) Shift in Rayleigh match after adaptation to monochromatic light of various intensities. Vision Research 38, 3253-3257. Request pdf

  133. D. M. Hunt, K. S. Dulai, J. A. Cowing, C. Julliot, J. D. Mollon, J. K. Bowmaker, W.-H. Li and D. Hewett-Emmett (1998) Molecular evolution of trichromacy in primates. Vision Research 38, 3299-3306. Request pdf

  134. B. C. Regan, C. Julliot, B. Simmen, F. Viénot, P. Charles-Dominique and J. D. Mollon (1998) Frugivory and colour vision in Alouatta seniculus, a trichromatic platyrrhine monkey. Vision Research 38, 3321-3327. Request pdf

  135. M. P. Simunovic, M. Votruba, B. C. Regan and J. D. Mollon (1998) Colour discrimination ellipses in patients with dominant optic atrophy. Vision Research 38, 3413-3419. Request pdf

  136. B. C. Regan, N. Freudenthaler, R. Kolle, J. D. Mollon and W. Paulus (1998) Colour discrimination thresholds in Parkinson's disease: results obtained with a rapid computer-controlled colour vision test. Vision Research 38, 3427-3431. Request pdf

  137. J. D. Mollon (1998) Specifying, generating and measuring colours. In Robson, J. and Carpenter, R. (Eds) A Practical Guide to Visual Research, Oxford University Press. *

  138. J. D. Mollon (1999) Color Vision: Opsins and Options. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96, 4743-4745. Request pdf

  139. F, Viénot, H. Brettel and J. D. Mollon (1999) Digital video colour maps for checking the legibility of displays by dichromats. Color Research and Application 24, 243-252. Request pdf

  140. M. V. Danilova and J. D. Mollon (1999) Chto mu sravnivaem, sravnivaja raznesennue ob'ektu? Opticheskii zhurnal 66 15-23 [Translated as "What do we compare when comparing separated objects?" in J. Optical Technol., 66, 857-861] Request pdf

  141. J. D. Mollon and B. C. Regan (1999) Spectralnue svojstva kolbochek i makularnogo pigmenta primatov - soglasovanu s okrugajucshim murom. Opticheskii zhurnal 66, 847-852 [Translated as "The spectral distribution of primate cones and of the macular pigment: Matched to properties of the world?" in J. Optical Technol., 66, 847-852] Request pdf

  142. K. S. Dulai, M. von Dornum, J. D. Mollon and D. M. Hunt (1999) The evolution of trichromatic color vision by opsin gene duplication in New World and Old World primates. Genome Research 9, 629-638 Request pdf

  143. J. D. Mollon (2000) "Cherries among the leaves": The evolutionary origins of colour vision. In S. Davis (Ed) Colour Perception: Philosophical, Psychological, Artistic, and Computational Perspectives, Oxford University Press, pp 10-30. Request pdf

  144. P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2000) Catarrhine photopigments are optimised for detecting targets against a foliage background. Journal of Experimental Biology 203, 1963-1986 Request pdf

  145. P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2000) Chromaticity as a signal of ripeness in fruits taken by primates. Journal of Experimental Biology 203, 1987-2000 Request pdf

  146. K. Gregory Evans, R. E. Kelsell, C. Y. Gregory Evans, S. M. Downes, F. W. Fitzke, G. E. Holder, M.Simunovic, J. D. Mollon, R. Taylor, D. M. Hunt, A. C. Bird, A. T. Moore (2000) Autosomal dominant cone-rod retinal dystrophy (CORD6) from heterozygous mutation of GUCY2D, which encodes retinal guanylate cyclase. Ophthalmology 107, 55-61

  147. S. Sivagnanasundaram, A. G. Morris, E. J. Gaitonde, P. J. McKenna, J. D. Mollon, D. M. Hunt (2000) A cluster of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the 5'-leader of the human dopamine D3 receptor gene (DRD3) and its relationship to schizophrenia. Neuroscience Letters 279, 13-16 Request pdf

  148. H. E. Smithson and J. D. Mollon (2001) Forward and backward masking with brief chromatic stimuli. Color Research and Application 25, S165-169 Request pdf

  149. Regan, B. C., Julliot, C., Simmen, B., Viénot, F., Charles-Dominique, P. and Mollon, J. D. (2001) Fruits, foliage and the evolution of primate colour vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 356, 229-283. * Request pdf

  150. J. D. Mollon (2001) Colour blindness. In Blakemore, C. & Jennett, S. (Eds) The Oxford Companion to the Body, pp 159-160, Oxford University Press

  151. M. Simunovic, B. C. Regan, and J. D. Mollon (2001) Is color vision deficiency an advantage under scotopic conditions? Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 42, 3357-3364. Request pdf

  152. Y.-G. Kim and J. D. Mollon (2002) Conditions under which stereopsis and motion perception are blind. Perception 31, 65-71. Request pdf

  153. J. D. Mollon (2002) The origins of the concept of interference. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 360, 807-819. Request pdf

  154. P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2002) Signals invisible to the collicular and magnocellular pathways can capture visual attention. Current Biology 12, 1312-1316 Request pdf

  155. J. D. Mollon (2002) When the rainbow resembles the tricolour of France: The two subsystems of colour vision. In Christen, Y., Doly. M. & Droy-Lefaix, M.-T. (Eds) Rétine, cerveau et vision des couleurs, pages 3-17, Solal, Marseille

  156. P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2003) The colors of primate pelage and skin: Objective assessment of conspicuousness. American Journal of Primatology 59, 67-91 Request pdf

  157. J. D. Mollon (2003) Thomas Young and the trichromatic theory of colour vision. In Mollon, J. D., Pokorny, J. and Knoblauch, K. (Eds) Normal and Defective Colour Vision, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pages xix-xxxiii *

  158. P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2003) Did primate trichromacy evolve for frugivory or folivory?. In Mollon, J. D., Pokorny, J. and Knoblauch, K. (Eds) Normal and Defective Colour Vision, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pages 21-30 Request pdf

  159. J. K. Bowmaker, J. W. L. Parry and J. D. Mollon (2003) The arrangement of L and M cones in retina. In Mollon, J. D., Pokorny, J. and Knoblauch, K. (Eds) Normal and Defective Colour Vision, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pages 39-50 Request pdf

  160. A. G. Shapiro, S. M. Hood and J. D. Mollon (2003) Temporal frequency and contrast adaptation. In Mollon, J. D., Pokorny, J. and Knoblauch, K. (Eds) Normal and Defective Colour Vision, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pages 138-144

  161. H. E. Smithson, P. Sumner and J. D. Mollon (2003) How to find a tritan line. In Mollon, J. D., Pokorny, J. and Knoblauch, K. (Eds) Normal and Defective Colour Vision, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pages 279-287 * Request pdf

  162. M. V. Danilova and J. D. Mollon (2003) Comparison at a distance. Perception 32, 395-414 Request pdf

  163. J. D. Mollon (2003) The origins of modern color science. In Shevell, S. (Ed) Color Science, Optical Society of America, Washington Request pdf

  164. M. Michaelides, I. A. Aligianis, G. E. Holder, M. Simunovic, J. D. Mollon, E. R. Maher, D. M. Hunt and A. T. Moore (2003) Cone dystrophy phenotype associated with a frameshift mutation (M280fsX291) in the alpha-subunit of cone-specific transducin (GNAT2). British Journal of Ophthalmology 87, 1317-1320

  165. S. Johnson, M. Michaelides, I. A. Aligianis, J. R. Ainsworth, J. D. Mollon, E. R. Maher, A. T. Moore and D. M. Hunt (2004) Achromatopsia caused by novel mutations in both CNGA4 and CNGB3. Journal of Medical Genetics 41, e20 Request pdf

  166. M. Michaelides, G. E. Holder, K. Bradshaw, D. M. Hunt, J. D. Mollon, and A. T. Moore (2004) Oligocone Trichromacy - a rare and unusual cone dysfunction syndrome. British Journal of Ophthalmology 88, 497-500

  167. M. Michaelides, I. A. Aligianis, J. R. Ainsworth, P. Good, J. D. Mollon, E. R. Maher, A. T. Moore and D. M. Hunt (2004) Progressive cone dystrophy associated with mutation in CNGB3 Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 45, 1975-1982 Request pdf

  168. J. D. Mollon (2004) John Elliot M.D. (1740-1787). In Dictionary of National Biography, New Edition, Oxford University Press, vol. 18, pp 180-181

  169. H. E. Smithson and J. D. Mollon (2004) Is the S-opponent chromatic subsystem sluggish? Vision Research 44, 2919-2929 Request pdf

  170. P. B. M. Thomas and J. D. Mollon (2004) Modelling the Rayleigh match. Visual Neuroscience 21, 477-482 Request pdf

  171. Michaelides, M., Holder, G. E., Webster, A. R., Hunt, D. M., Bird, A. C., Fitzke, F. W., Mollon, J. D. and Moore, A. T. (2005) A detailed phenotypic study of "cone dystrophy with supernormal rod ERG". British Journal of Ophthalmology 89, 332-339

  172. Mollon, J. D. (2005) Professor C. R. Cavonius (1932-2003). Perception 34, 241-244 Request pdf

  173. Michaelides, M., Johnson,S., Simunovic, M. P., Bradshaw, K., Holder, G., Mollon, J. D., Moore, A. T., and Hunt, D. M. (2005) Blue cone monochromatism: a phenotype and genotype assessment with evidence of progressive loss of function in older individuals. Eye 19, 2-10

  174. Michaelides, M., Johnson,S., Bradshaw, K., Holder, G., Simunovic, M. P., Mollon, J. D., Moore, A. T., and Hunt, D. M. (2005) X-linked cone dysfunction syndrome with myopia and protanopia. Ophthalmology 112, 1148-1454 Request pdf

  175. Bosten, J. M., Robinson, J. D., Jordan, G. & Mollon, J. D. (2005) Multidimensional scaling reveals a color dimension unique to 'color deficient' observers. Current Biology 15, R950-R952 Request pdf

  176. Danilova, M.V. and Mollon, J. D. (2006) The comparison of spatially separated colours. Vision Research 46, 823-836 Request pdf

  177. Smithson, H. E. and Mollon, J. D. (2006) Do masks terminate the icon? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59, 150-160 Request pdf

  178. Hood, S.M., Mollon, J. D., Purves, L. and Jordan, G. (2006) Color discrimination in carriers of color deficiency. Vision Research 46, 2894-2900 Request pdf

  179. Danilova, M. D. & Mollon, J. D. (2006) Novyj psychophysicheskij metod dlia izmerenija porogov razlichenija/sravnenija dvuh odnovremenno pred'javliaemyh stimulov. [A new psychophysical method for measuring discrimination/comparison thresholds of simultaneously presented stimuli]. In V.N. Nosulenko, I.G. Skotnikova (Eds.) Psychophysica segodnia [Psychophysics Today] pp. 26-35, Russian Academy of Sciences: Moscow. * Request pdf

  180. Danilova, M.V. and Mollon, J. D. (2006) The gap effect is exaggerated in the parafovea. Visual Neuroscience 23, 509-517 Request pdf

  181. Mollon, J. D. (2006) Monge Visual Neuroscience 23, 297-309 * Request pdf

  182. Blake, Z., Land, T. and Mollon, J. (2008) Relative latencies of cone signals measured by a moving vernier task Journal of Vision 8(16):16, 1-11 Request pdf

  183. Danilova, M.V. and Mollon, J. D. (2009) The symmetry of visual fields in chromatic discrimination. Brain and Cognition 69, 39-46 Request pdf

  184. Gardner, J., Michaelides, M., Holder, G., Kanuga, N., Webb, T., Mollon, J. D., Moore, A., Hardcastle, A. (2009) Blue cone monochromacy: causative mutations and associated phenotypes Molecular Vision 15, 876-884 Request pdf

  185. Mollon, J. D. (2009) A neural basis for unique hues? Current Biology 19, R441-442 Request pdf

  186. Formankiewicz, M. and Mollon, J. D. (2009) The psychophysics of detecting binocular discrepancies of luminance Vision Research 49, 1929-1938 Request pdf

  187. Mollon, J. D. (2009) Unlocked edges or contradictory edges? Commentary on Gregory (1977) Perception 38, 832-834 Request pdf

  188. Lee, R. J., Mollon, J. D., Zaidi, Q. and Smithson, H. E. (2009) Latency characteristics of the short-wavelength-sensitive cones and their associated pathways Journal of Vision 9(12):5, 1-17 Request pdf

  189. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2010) Parafoveal color discrimination: A chromaticity locus of enhanced discrimination Journal of Vision 10(1):4, 1-9 Request pdf

  190. Jordan, G., Deeb, S. S., Bosten, J. M. and Mollon, J. D. (2010) The dimensionality of color vision in carriers of color anomalies Journal of Vision 10(8):12,1-19 Request pdf

  191. Bosten, J. M. and Mollon, J. D. (2010) Is there a general trait of susceptibility to simultaneous contrast? Vision Research 50, 1656-1664 Request pdf

  192. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2010) Tsvetovyje categorii i tsvetorazlichenie [Colour categories and colour discrimination] Eksperimental'naja Psichologija[Experimental Psychology] No. 3, 39-56 Request pdf

  193. To, M., Regan, B. C., Wood, D. and Mollon, J. D. (2011) Vision out of the corner of the eye Vision Research 51, 203-214 Request pdf

  194. Smith, W. S., Mollon, J. D., Bhardwaj, R. and Smithson, H. E. (2011) Is there brief temporal buffering of successive visual inputs? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64, 767-791 Request pdf

  195. Michaelides, M., Rha, J., Dees, E., Baraas, R., Wagner-Schuman, M., Mollon, J., Dubis, A., Andersen, M., Rosenberg, T., Larsen, M., Moore, A., Carroll, J. (2011) Integrity of the Cone Photoreceptor Mosaic in Oligocone Trichromacy Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 52, 4757-4764 Request pdf

  196. P. B. M. Thomas, M. Formanikiewicz and J. D. Mollon (2011) The effect of photopigment optical density on the color vision of the anomalous trichromat. Vision Research 51, 2224-2233 Request pdf

  197. Bosten, J. M. & Mollon, J. D. (2012) Kirschmann's Fourth Law. Vision Research 53, 40-46 Request pdf

  198. Mollon, J. D. and Cavonius, L. R. (2012) The Lagerlunda collision and the introduction of color vision testing. Survey of Ophthalmology 57, 178-194 * Request pdf

  199. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2012) The cardinal axes are not independent in color discrimination Journal of the Optical Society of America A 29, A157-164 Request pdf

  200. Bhardwaj, R., Mollon, J. D. and Smithson, H. E. (2012) Compatible and incompatible representations in visual sensory storage. Journal of Vision 12(5):1,1-10 Request pdf

  201. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2012) Foveal color perception: Minimal thresholds at a boundary between perceptual categories. Vision Research 62, 162-172 Request pdf

  202. Goodbourn, P. T., Bosten, J. M., Hogg, R. E., Bargary, G., Lawrance-Owen, A. and Mollon, J. D. (2012) Do different 'magnocellular tasks' probe the same neural substrate? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279, 4263-4271 Request pdf

  203. Danilova, M. V., Chan, C. H. and Mollon, J. D. (2013) Can spatial resolution reveal individual differences in the L:M cone ratio? Vision Research 78, 26-38 Request pdf

  204. McClements, M., Davies, W. I., Michaelides, M., Carroll, J., Rha, J., Mollon, J. D., Neitz, M., MacLaren, R. E., Moore, A. T. & Hunt, D. M. (2013) X-linked cone dystrophy and colour vision deficiency arising from a missense mutation in a hybrid L/M cone opsin gene Vision Research 80, 41-50 Request pdf

  205. Lawrance-Owen, A., Bargary, G., Bosten, J. M., Goodbourn, P. T., Hogg, R. E., and Mollon, J. D. (2013) Genetic association suggests that SMOC1 mediates between prenatal sex hormones and digit ratio Human Genetics 132, 415-421 Request pdf

  206. Le Sueur, H., Mollon, J. D., Granzier, J. and Jordan, G. (2014) Counterphase modulation photometry: comparison of two instruments Journal of the Optical Society of America A 31, A34-37 Request pdf

  207. Goodbourn, P. T., Bosten, J. M., Bargary, G., Hogg, R. E., Lawrance-Owen, A., and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Variants in the 1q21 risk region are associated with a visual endophenotype of autism and schizophrenia Genes, Brain and Behavior 13, 144-151 Request pdf

  208. Bosten, J. M., Bargary, G., Goodbourn, P. T., Hogg, R. E., Lawrance-Owen, A. J., and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Individual differences provide psychophysical evidence for separate on- and off-pathways deriving from short-wave cones Journal of the Optical Society of America A 31, A47-54 Request pdf

  209. Bosten, J. M., Hogg, R. E., Bargary, G., Goodbourn, P. T., Lawrance-Owen, A., and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Suggestive association with ocular phoria at chromosome 6p22 Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 55, 345-352 Request pdf

  210. Lawrance-Owen, A. J., Bosten, J. M., Hogg, R. E., Bargary, G., Goodbourn, P. T., and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Counterphase modulation flicker photometry: Phenotypic and genotypic associations Journal of the Optical Society of America A 31, A226-231 Request pdf

  211. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Symmetries and asymmetries in chromatic discrimination Journal of the Optical Society of America A 31, A247-253 Request pdf

  212. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2014) Is discrimination enhanced at the boundaries of perceptual categories? A negative case Proceedings of the Royal Society B vol 281;DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0367 Request pdf

  213. Verhallen, R. J., Bosten, J. M., Goodbourn, P. T., Bagary, G., Lawrance-Owen, A. J. and Mollon, J. D. (2014) An online version of the Mooney Face Test: phenotypic and genetic associations Neuropsychologia 63, 19-25 Request pdf

  214. Bosten, J. M., Goodbourn, P. T., Lawrance-Owen, A. J., Bagary, G., Hogg, R. E. and Mollon, J. D. (2015) A population study of binocular function Vision Research 110, 34-50 Request pdf

  215. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2016) Is discrimination enhanced at a category boundary? The case of unique red Journal of the Optical Society of America A 33, A260-A266 Request pdf

  216. Verhallen, R. J. and Mollon, J. D. (2016) A new Mooney test Behavior Research Methods in press

  217. Bosten, J. M., Smith, L. and Mollon, J. D. (2016) Speed and the coherence of superimposed chromatic gratings Vision Research in press

  218. Danilova, M. V. and Mollon, J. D. (2016) Superior discrimination for hue than for saturation; and an explanation in terms of correlated neural noise. Proceedings of the Royal Society B in press


* Papers marked with an asterisk are available as offprints by writing to Professor J. D. Mollon, Department of Experimental Psychology, Downing St., Cambridge CB2 3EB, United Kingdom. In some cases, the printed offprint offers better colour reproduction than the pdf copies.
Last revised April 29, 2016