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Authorised form of nameStiles; Walter Stanley (1901 - 1985)
SurnameStiles
ForenamesWalter Stanley
Dates1901 - 1985
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
15 June 1901
Death:
15 December 1985
ActivityHonours:
OBE 1946
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/03/1957
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1988 vol 34 pp 815-885, plate, by M Alpern
Royal Society codeNA2006
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/004404Stiles, Walter Stanley1956
EC/1957/21Stiles, Walter Stanley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/SGRS/8429Stiles, Walter Stanley1985
IM/GA/WRS/8744Stiles, Walter Stanleynd
RR/69/161Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The visual acuity of the human eye for lights of different colour. III.' by Hamilton Hartridge1946
RR/40/102Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The scattering theory of the effect of glare on the brightness difference threshold' by Walter Stanley StilesJune 1929
RR/38/145Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The effect of glare on the brightness difference threshold' by Walter Stanley StilesJanuary 1929
RR/47/111Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The luminous efficiency of rays entering the eye pupil at different points' by Walter Stanley Stiles and B H CrawfordDecember 1932
RR/69/156Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The micro-stimulation of the human retina' by Hamilton Hartridge1946
RR/51/82Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The liminal brightness increment as a function of wave-length for different conditions of the foveal and parafoveal retina' by Walter Stanley Stiles and B H Crawford[July 1933]
RR/54/125Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The liminal brightness increment as a function of wave-length for different conditions of the foveal and parafoveal retina' by Walter Stanley Stiles and B H CrawfordMay 1934
RR/55/18Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'Analytic studies in plant respiration VI—The relation of the respiration of potatoes to the concentration of sugars and to the accumulation of a depressant at Low temperatures Part 3—The relation of the respiration to the concentration of sucrose' by John BarkerNovember 1935
RR/62/35Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The effect of a glaring light source on extrafoveal vision' by Walter Stanley Stiles and B H Crawford[January 1937]
RR/63/104Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The luminous efficiency of monochromatic rays entering the eye pupil at different points and a new colour effect' by Walter Stanley StilesMarch 1937
RR/69/153Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The anti-chromatic response, part III' by Hamilton Hartridge1946
RR/65/248Referee's report by Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'The directional sensitivity of the retina and the spectral sensitivities of the rods and cones' by Walter Stanley StilesNovember 1938
RR/69/152Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The anti-chromatic response, part II' by Hamilton Hartridge1945
RR/69/148Letter from Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The anti-chromatic response, part I' by Hamilton Hartridge to J D Griffit Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society30 July 1946
RR/69/157Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'Cluster formation by the cones of the fovea' by Hamilton Hartridge1946
RR/69/147Referee's report by Walter Stanley Stiles, on a paper 'The anti-chromatic response, part I' by Hamilton Hartridge1945
RR/69/303Referee's report and letter from Hamilton Hartridge, on a paper 'Separation of the ‘blue’ and ‘green’ mechanisms of foveal vision by measurements of increment thresholds' by Walter Stanley Stiles to J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society2 August 1945
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