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Journal Article
C. Ware, Evidence for an Independent Luminance Channel, Journal of the Optical Society of America, vol. 73. The Optical Society of America, pp. 1379-1382, 1983.
C. Ware, Human Axial Chromatic Aberration Found Not to Decline with Age, Graefes Archiv, Ophthalmologie: Journal of The American Academy of Ophthalmology, vol. 218. Elsevier, New York, NY, USA, pp. 39-41, 1982.
C. Ware and Cowan, W. B., Changes in Perceived Color Due to Chromatic Interactions in Striped Test Fields, Vision Research, vol. 11. Elsevier, New York, NY, USA, pp. 1353-1363, 1982.
C. Ware, Subjective Contours Independent of Subjective Brightness, Perception and Psychophysics, vol. 29. Psychonomic Society, pp. 500-504, 1981.
C. Ware, A Coloured Subjective Triangle Due to Assimilation, Perception, vol. 9. Pion Ltd, pp. 103-107, 1980.
C. Ware and Kennedy, J. M., Perception of Subjective Lines, Surfaces and Volumes in Three-dimensional Constructions, Leonardo, vol. 11. The International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology, pp. 111-114, 1978.
J. M. Kennedy and Ware, C., Illusory Contours Can Arise in Dot Figures, Perception, vol. 7. Pion Ltd, pp. 191-194, 1978.
C. Ware and Kennedy, J. M., Illusory Line Linking Solid Rods, Perception, vol. 6. Pion Ltd, pp. 601-602, 1977.
Conference Proceedings
C. Ware, Contour Perception and Components of the Visual Array, Society of Photographic Scientists and Engineers. Rochester, NY, USA, 1977.
Journal Article
D. E. Mitchell and Ware, C., Interocular Transfer of a Visual After-Effect in Normal and Stereoblind Humans, Journal of Physiology, vol. 236. The Physiological Society, pp. 707-721, 1974.
C. Ware and Mitchell, D. E., On Interocular Transfer of Various Visual After-Effects in Normal and Stereoblind Observers, Vision Research, vol. 14. Elsevier, New York, NY, USA, pp. 732-734, 1974.
C. Ware and Mitchell, D. E., The Spatial Selectivity of the Tilt After-Effect, Vision Research, vol. 14. Elsevier, New York, NY, USA, pp. 735-737, 1974.