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Abadi 2008Perceptual stability--going with the flow
Abrams 1992Adaptive modification of saccadic eye movements
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Abrams 2002Subliminal words activate semantic categories (not automated motor responses)
Ackerman 2010Incidental haptic sensations influence social judgments and decisions
Ackland 2007Cultural hitchhiking on the wave of advance of beneficial technologies
Acredolo 1984The role of self-produced movement and visual tracking in infant spatial orientation
Adamovich 1998Pointing in 3d space to remembered targets. I. Kinesthetic versus visual target presentation
Adams 2001Adaptation to three-dimensional distortions in human vision
Adams 2002Common mechanisms for 2d tilt and 3d slant after-effects
Adams 2004Experience can change the 'light-from-above' prior
Adelmann 1989Facial efference and the experience of emotion
Adelson 1982Phenomenal coherence of moving visual patterns
Adelson 1993Perceptual organization and the judgment of brightness
Adelson 2000Lightness perception and lightness illusions
Adler 2006The eyes have it. Visual pop-out in infants and adults
Afraz 2010Spatial heterogeneity in the perception of face and form attributes
Agliotti 1995Size-contrast illusions deceive the eye but not the hand
Ahissar 2001Figuring space by time
Aks 1992Visual search for direction of shading is influenced by apparent depth
Aks 1996Visual search for size is influenced by a background texture gradient
Alais 1999Neural strength of visual attention gauged by motion adaptation
Albert 1999Surface formation and depth in monocular scene perception
Albert 2000The generic viewpoint assumption and bayesian inference
Albert 2000The generic-viewpoint assumption and illusory contours
Albert 2000The role of surface attraction in perceiving volumetric shape
Alibali 1999Illuminating mental representation through speech and gesture
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Alvarez 2005Independent resources for attentional tracking in the left and right visual hemifields
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Ambramson 1997What the reader's eye tells the mind's ear. Silent reading activates inner speech
Andersen 1985Ecoding of spatial location by posterior parietal neurons
Andersen 1985Encoding of spatial location by posterior parietal neurons
Andersen 1990Focused attention in three-dimensional space
Andersen 1993Detection of three-dimensional surfaces from optic flow. The effects of noise
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Andersen 1997Multimodal representation of space in the posterior parietal cortex and its use in planning movements
Andersen 2002Intentional maps in posterior parietal cortex
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Anderson 2004Eye movements do not reflect retrieval processes limits of the eye-mind hypothesis
Andrews 1997Similarities in normal and binocularly rivalrous viewing
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Angeline 1994An evolutionary algorithm that constructs recurrent neural networks
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Anstis 1970Phi movement as a subtraction process
Anstis 1975Illusory reversal of visual depth and movement during changes of contrast
Anstis 1983A minimum motion technique for judging equiluminance
Anstis 1986Entrained path deflection in apparent motion
Anstis 1987Visual inertia in apparent motion
Anstis 1998The motion aftereffect
Anstis 2003Levels of motion perception
Arbib 2004From monkey-like action recognition to human language. An evolutionary framework for neurolinguistics
Armstrong 1999Haptic perception of linear extent
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Arterberry 2000Perception of three-dimensional shape specified by optic flow by 8-week-old infants
Arterberry 2008Infants' sensitivity to the depth cue of height-in-the-picture-plane
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Astafiev 2004Extrastriate body area in human occipital cortex responds to the performance of motor actions
Attneave 1954Some informational aspects of visual perception
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Attneave 1957Transfer of experience with a class-schema to identification-learning of patterns and shapes
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Awh 1998Rehearsal in spatial working memory
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Aytekin 2007A sensorimotor approach to sound localization
Azzopardi 2003Response latencies of neurons in visual areas mt and mst of monkeys with striate cortex lesions
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Baddeley 2006High frequency edges (but not contrast) predict where we fixate. A bayesian system identification analysis
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Bahcall 1999Illusory shifts in visual direction accompany adaptation of saccadic eye movements
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Bailey 1995Getting a grip. A computational model of the acquisition of verb semantics for hand actions
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Baldauf 2006Deployment of visual attention before sequences of goal-directed hand movements
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Bandura 2006Towards a psychology of human agency
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Barash 2003Paradoxical activities. Insight into the relationship of parietal and prefrontal cortices
Barenholtz 2003Detection of change in shape. An advantage for concavities
Bargh 2008The unconscious mind
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Barnes 1992Pursuit of intermittently illuminated moving targets in the human
Barnes 2004Embodied categorization for vision-guided mobile robots
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Bavelier 2002Reflexive gaze orienting induces the line-motion illusion
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Bays 2005Perception of the consequences of self-action is temporally tuned and event driven
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Bedell 2001The attenuation of perceived image smear during saccades
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Behrmann 1998Object-based attention and occlusion evidence from normal participants and a computational model
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Behrmann 2003Hemispatial neglect and visual search. A large scale analysis
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Bekkering 2004Modulation of activity in medial frontal and motor cortices during error observation
Bell 1823On the motions of the eye
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Bennett 2006A stereo advantage in generalizing over changes in viewpoint on object recognition tasks
Bennett 2007Does an estimate of environmental size precede size scaling on a form-comparison task
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Bereby-Meyer 1999Perception of artificial stereoscopic stimuli from an incorrect viewing point
Berends 2003Eye movements facilitate stereo-slant discrimination when horizontal disparity is noisy
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Bernier 2007Sensorimotor adaptation in response to proprioceptive bias
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Bertamini 1998Relative size perception at a distance is best at eye level
Bertamini 2000Updating displays after imagined object and viewer rotations
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Berthoz 1995Spatial memory of body linear displacement. What is being stored
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Berti 2000When far becomes near. Remapping of space by tool use
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Berti 2005Shared cortical anatomy for motor awareness and motor control
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Beutter 2000Motion coherence affects human perception and pursuit similarly
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Bhalla 1999Visual-motor recalibration in geographical slant perception
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Bingham 1994Monocular egocentric distance information generated by head movement
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Bingham 1999Visual perception of the relative phasing of human limb movements
Bingham 2004Distortions of distance and shape are not produced by a single continuous transformation of reach space
Binsted 2007Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness
Biswas 2001Technology support for complex problem solving
Bizzi 1998Neural basis of motor control and its cognitive implications
Blake 1985Orientation selectivity in cats and humans assessed by massking
Blake 1993Another means for measuring the motion aftereffect
Blake 2004Neural synergy between kinetic vision and touch
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Blakemore 1968Adaptation to spatial stimuli
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Blakemore 1971Stereoscopic depth aftereffect produced without monocular cues
Blakemore 1998Central cancellation of self-produced tickle sensation
Blakemore 1998Predicting the consequences of our own actions. The role of sensorimotor context estimation
Blakemore 1999Spatio-temporal prediction modulates the perception of self-produced stimuli
Blakemore 1999The cerebellum contributes to somatosensory cortical activity during self-produced tactile stimulation
Blakemore 2000Why can't you tickle yourself?
Blakemore 2001The cerebellum is involved in predicting the sensory consequences of action
Blakemore 2002Abnormalities in the awareness of action
Blakemore 2003Delusions of alien control in the normal brain
Blakemore 2003Delusions of alien control in the normal brain
Blohm 2005Processing of retinal and extraretinal signals for memory-guided saccades during smooth pursuit
Bloj 1999Perception of three-dimensional shape influences colour perception through mutual illumination
Bloom 1999The perceived intentionality of groups
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Blouin 1998Updating visual space during passive and voluntary head-in-space movements
Blouin 2004Shifts in the retinal image of a visual scene during saccades contribute to the perception of reached gaze direction in humans
Bluestein 1979Developmental changes in map-reading skills
Bockisch 1999Different motor systems use similar damped extraretinal eye position information
Boi 2009A (fascinating) litmus test for human retino- vs. Non-retinotopic processing
Bolanowski 2004Passive, active and intra-active (self) touch
Bompas 2006Evidence for a role of action in colour perception
Bongard 2005Active coevolutionary learning of deterministic finite automata
Bonneh 2001Motion induced blindness
Bonnet 1997Mental simulation of an action modulates the excitability of spinal reflex pathways in man
Booker 1989Classifier systems and genetic algorithms
Boring 1929The psychology of controversy
Boring 1952Visual perception as invariance
Born 1992Segregation of global and local motion processing in primate middle temporal visual area
Born 1992Segregation og global and local motion processing in primate middle temporal visual area
Botwinick 1966Premotor and motor components of reaction time
Bower 1965Stimulus variables determining space perception in infants
Boyaci 2006Surface color perception in three-dimensional scenes
Braddick 1971A short-range process in apparent motion
Bradley 2008Velocity computation in the primate visual system
Bradshaw 1996The interaction of binocular disparity and motion parallax in the computation of depth
Brady 2008Visual long-term memory has a massive storage capacity for object details
Brainard ?Color constancy
Brainard 2002Display characterization
Brainard 2002Lightness constancy. A direct test of the illumination-estimation hypothesis
Braje 2000Invariant recognition of natural objects in the presence of shadows
Brandt 1997Spontaneous eye movements during visual imagery reflect the content of the visual scene
Braunstein 1969Perspective and form ratio as determinants of relative slant judgments
Braunstein 1990Discriminating rigid from nonrigid motion. Minimum points and views
Brefczynski 1999A physiological correlate of the 'spotlight' of visual attention
Breitmeyer 1994Effects of background color on reaction time to stimuli varying in size and contrast. Inferences about human m channels
Bremmer 1997Eye position effects in monkey cortex. I. Visual and pursuit-related activity in extrastriate areas mt and mst
Brenner 1997Holding an object one is looking at. Kinesthetic information on the object's distance does not improve visual judgments of its size
Brenner 2001Smooth eye movements and spatial localisation
Brenner 2005Judging relative positions across saccades
Breyer 2006A new 3d monitor-based random-dot stereotest for children
Bridgeman 1975Failure to detect displacement of the visual world during saccadic eye movements
Bridgeman 1976Figure distortion accompanying pursuit eye movements
Bridgeman 1981Segregation of cognitive and motor aspects of visual function using induced motion
Bridgeman 1989Effect of context and efference copy on visual straight ahead
Bridgeman 1991Ocular proprioception and efference copy in registering visual direction
Bridgeman 1994A theory of visual stability across saccadic eye movements
Bridgeman 1998Durations of stimuli displayed on video display terminals
Bridgeman 2000Processing spatial information in the sensorimotor branch of the visual system
Bridgeman 2010How the brain makes the world appear stable
Britten 1992The analysis of visual motion. A comparison of neuronal and psychophysical performance
Broadbent 1987From detection to identification. Response to multiple targets in rapid serial visual presentation
Brooks 1989A robot that walks; emergent behaviors from a carefully evolved network
Brooks 1994Building brains for bodies
Bross 2000Emmert's law in the dark. Active and passive proprioceptive effects on positive visual afterimages
Brouchon 1966Influence des conditions active ou passive de mobilisation d'un membre sur la prcision du reprage de sa position finale
Brouchon 1966Influence des conditions active ou passive de mobilisation d'un membre sur la prcision du reprage de sa position finale
Brouwer 2002Hitting moving objects. Is target speed used in guiding the hand
Brouwer 2005Activation in visual cortex correlates with the awareness of stereoscopic depth
Brown 2003Spatial representation and attention in infants with williams syndrome and down syndrome
Bruno 1988Minimodularity and the perception of layout
Bruno 2006A visual-haptic necker cube reveals temporal constraints on intersensory merging during perceptual exploration
Bundesen 1975Visual transformation of size
Burdet 2001The central nervous system stabilizes unstable dynamics by learning optimal impedance
Burgess 2004Orientational manoeuvres in the dark. Dissociating allocentric and egocentric influences on spatial memory
Burr ?Motion perception, elementary mechanisms
Burr 1981Temporal summation of moving images by the human visual system
Burr 1982Contrast sensitivity at high velocities
Burr 1986Seeing objects in motion
Burr 1994Selective suppression of the magnocellular visual pathway during saccadic eye movements
Burr 1999Saccadic suppression precedes visual motion analysis
Burr 2011Motion psychophysics. 1985-2010
Burt 1981Time, distance, and feature trade-offs in visual apparent motion
Busey 1990Compensation is unnecessary for the perception of faces in slanted pictures
Bushnell 1993Motor development and the mind. The potential role of motor abilities as a determinant of aspects of perceptual development
Bustamente Cimas 2000The multiple-faces phenomenon. Some investigative studies
Buswell 1935How people look at pictures
Buxbaum 2001Hand-centered attentional and motor asymmetries in unilateral neglect
Caganello 1993Anisotropies in the perception of stereoscopic surfaces. The role of orientation disparity
Cai 1997Perceived geometrical relationships affected by eye-movement signals
Cai 2000Vestibular signals can distort the perceived spatial relationship of retinal stimuli
Calder 2000Configural information in facial expression perception
Campbell 1956Perception as substitute trial and error
Campbell 1978Saccadic omission. Why we do not see a grey-out during saccadic eye movement
Campos 1992Early experience and emotional development. The emergence of wariness of heights
Campos 2000Travel broadens the mind
Carello 1998Perception of object length by sound
Carello 1999Perceiving the sweet spot
Carey 1996A motor signal and 'visual' size perception
Carey 2000Attending to seen and felt hands
Carlson-Radvansky 1995Memory for structural information across eye movements
Carmena 2003Learning to control a brain-machine interface for reaching and grasping by primates
Carmi 2006Visual causes versus correlates of attentional selection in dynamic scenes
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Carpenter 1988Movements of the eyes
Carpenter 1999Motor cortical encoding of serial order in a context-recall task
Carrasco 2003Speed of visual processing increases with eccentricity
Carrasco 2004Attention alters appearance
Cascio 2001Temporal cues contribute to tactile perception of roughness
Casco 1999Parallel search for conjunctions with stimuli in apparent motion
Cashmore 2010The lucretian swerve. The biological basis of human behavior and the criminal justice system
Casile 2006Nonvisual motor training influences biological motion perception
Caspi 2004The time course of visual information accrual guiding eye movement decisions
Cassirer 1944The concept of group and the theory of perception
Castelli 2002Autism, asperger syndrome and brain mechanisms for the attribution of mental states to animated shapes
Castet 1997Perception of moving lines. Interactions between local perpendicular signals and 2d motion signals
Castet 2000Motion perception during saccadic eye movements
Castet 2002Motion perception of saccade-induced retinal translation
Castiello 1999Mechanisms of selection for the control of hand action
Castiello 2001The effects of abrupt onset of 2-d and 3-d distractors on prehension movements
Castiello 2005The neuroscience of grasping
Caudek 1993Depth perception in motion parallax and stereokinesis
Caudek 1998Perceived orientation of axis of rotation in structure-from-motion
Caudek 2002Illusory 3-d rotation induced by dynamic image shading
Cavanagh ?Predicting the present
Cavanagh 1984Perceived velocity of moving chromatic gratings
Cavanagh 1989Interattribute apparent motion
Cavanagh 1989Motion. The long and short of it 2
Cavanagh 1989Motion. The long and the short of it
Cavanagh 1992Attention-based motion perception
Cavanagh 1995The contribution of color to depth perceived from motion parallax
Cavanagh 1995Vision is getting easier every day
Cave 1989Varieties of size-specific visual selection
Cave 1994The representation of location in visual images
Ceylan 2000Task-dependent constraints in motor control. Pinhole goggles make the head move like an eye
Chaminade 2001Is perceptual anticipation a motor simulation. A pet study
Champion 2000The influence of object size and surface shape on shape constancy from stereo
Chance 1998Locomotion mode affects the updating of objects encountered during travel. The contribution of vestibular and proprioceptive inputs to path integration
Chandrasekharan 2006Twists and oliver twists
Chandrasekharan 2007Thinking more lowers hand waving. Dual task damps hand movements during mental rotation
Chapman 1987Sensory perception during movement in man
Chatterjee 1996Configural processing in the perception of apparent biological motion
Chelazzi 1998Responses of neurons in inferior temporal cortex during memory- guided visual search
Chernoff 1973The use of faces to represent points in k-dimensional space graphically
Chi ?Categorization and representation of physics problems by experts and novices
Chiel 1997The brain has a body. Adaptive behavior emerges from interactions of nervous system, body and environment
Cho 2003Expansion of visual space after saccadic eye movements
Cholewiak 1999The perception of tactile distance. Influences of body site, space, and time
Cholewiak 2008Haptic identification of stiffness and force magnitude
Chow 2004Adaptive radiation from resource competition in digital organisms
Chu 2008Spontaneous gestures during mental rotation tasks. Insights into the microdevelopment of the motor strategy
Chubb 1989Two motion perception mechanisms revelaed through distance-driven reversal of apparent motion
Chun 1997Seeing two as one. Linking apparent motion and repetition blindness
Chun 1997Temporal binding errors redistributed by the attentional blink
Chun 2000Visual attention
Churan 2002Flicker in the visual background impairs the ability to process a moving visual stimulus
Cisek 2004Neural correlates of mental rehearsal in dorsal premotor cortex
Claparde ?Recognition and 'me-ness'
Claparde ?Recognition and 'me-ness'
Clark 1993The cognizer's innards. A psychological and philosophical perspective on the development of thought
Clark 1994Doing without representing
Clark 1997Trading spaces. Computation, representation and the limits of uninformed learning
Clark 1998The extended mind
Clark 1999Towards a cognitive robotics
Clark 2002Is seeing all it seems. Action, reason and the grand illusion
Clark 2003Differential modulation of corticospinal excitability during observation, mental imagery and imitation of hand actions
Clark 2006Beyond the flesh. Some lessons from a mole cricket
Clark 2006Vision as dance. Three challenges for a sensorimotor theory
Clark 2010Validity and reliability of using the ninteno wii balance boad for assessment of standing balance
Cohen 1993Mental rotation, mental representation, and flat slopes
Cohn 1996Active learning with statistical models
Colas 2008A unified probabilistic model of the perception of three-dimensional structure from optic flow
Colby 1999Space and attention in parietal cortex
Cole 1998Living without touch and peripheral information about body position and movement. Studies with deafferented subjects
Collewijn 1985Human ocular counterroll assessment of static and dynamic properties from electromagnetic scleral coil recordings
Collins 2006Eye movement signals influence perception. Evidence from the adaptation of reactive and volitional saccades
Coluccia 2007Remembering object position in the absence of vision. Egocentric, allocentric, and egocentric decentered frames of reference
Conditt 1999Central representation of time during motor learning
Constantinidis 2001The sensory nature of mnemonic representation in the primate prefrontal cortex
Conway 2005Neural basis for a powerful static motion illusion
Cook 1994Hemispheric cooperation in visuospatial relations. Evidence for a manipulation role for the left hemisphere and a reference role for the right hemisphere
Cook 2002Attentional modulation of behavioral performance and neuronal responses in middle temporal and ventral intraparietal areas of macaque monkey
Cooper 1973Chronometric studies of the rotation of mental images
Cooper 1975Mental rotation of two-dimensional shapes
Coppola 1998The distribution of oriented contours in the real world
Corballis 1982Interaction between perceived and imagined rotation
Coren 1972Subjective contours and apparent depth
Coren 1975The effect of smooth tracking and saccadic eye movements on the perception of size. The shrinking circle illusion
Coren 1983Subjective contours and apparent depth. A direct test
Coren 1986An efferent component in the visual perception of direction and extent
Coren 1986Individual differences in visual-geometric illusions. Predictions from measures of spatial cognitive abilities
Corfield 1978Grey-out elimination. The roles of spatial waveform, frequency and phase
Cornilleau-Prs 1993Stereo-motion cooperation and the use of motion disparity in the visual perception of 3-d structure
Cornilleau-Prs 1993Velocity-based correspondence in stereokinetic images
Cornilleau-Prs 1994The visual perception of three-dimensional shape from self-motion and object-motion
Cornilleau-Prs 1996Interactions between self-motion and depth perception in the processing of optic flow
Cornilleau-Prs 2002Visual perception of planar orientation. Dominance of static depth cues over motion cues
Cornilleau-Prs 1993Stereo-motion cooperation and the use of motion disparity in the visual perception of 3-d structure
Cornilleau-Prs 1993Velocity-based correspondence in stereokinetic images
Cornilleau-Prs 1994The visual perception of three-dimensional shape from self-motion and object-motion
Cornilleau-Prs 1996Interactions between self-motion and depth perception in the processing of optic flow
Cornilleau-Prs 2002Visual perception of planar orientation. Dominance of static depth cues over motion cues
Courbois 2004Mental imagery abilities in adolescents with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy
Couzin 2009Collective cognition in animal groups
Cox 1978Spatial depth relationships in young children's drawings
Cox 2005'breaking' position-invariant object recognition
Craig 2003The effect of hand position and pattern motion on temporal order judgements
Craighero 1999Action for perception. A motor-visual attentional effect
Cramer 2000Recovery recapitulates ontogeny
Crapse 2008Corollary discharge across the animal kingdom
Crawford 2000Curvature of visual space under vertical eye rotation. Implications for spatial vision and visuomotor control
Crawford 2011Three-dimensional transformations for goal-directed action
Creem 1998Two memories for geographical slant. Separation and interdependence of action and awareness
Creem 2001An fmri study of imagined self-rotation
Creem 2001Grasping objects by their handles. A necessary interaction between cognition and action
Creem 2001Imagining physically impossible self-rotations. Geometry is more important than gravity
Creem-Regehr 2004Perceiving virtual geographical slant. Action influences perception
Criminisi 2004Did the great masters use optical projections while painting
Crowe 2004Participation of primary motor cortical neurons in a distributed network during maze solution. Representation of spatial parameters and time-course comparison with parietal area 7a
Crowell 1998Visual self-motion perception during head turns
Cuijpers 2000Large systematic deviations in visual parallelism
Cuijpers 2001On the role of external reference frames on visual judgements of parallelity
Culham 2000Independent aftereffects of attention and motion
Cullen 2004Sensory signals during active versus passive movement
Curran 1994Integration of shading and texture cues. Testing the linear model
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Currie 2000The role of the saccade target object in the perception of a visually stable world
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Cutting ?Perceiving scenes in film and in the world
Cutting ?Reconceiving perceptual space
Cutting 1977Recognizing friends by their walk. Gait perception without familiarity cues
Cutting 1982Four assumptions about invariance in perception
Cutting 1982The minimum principle and the perception of absolute, common, and relative motions
Cutting 1983Four assumptions about invariance in perception
Cutting 1984Reflections on surfaces. A cross-disciplinary reply to stevens
Cutting 1984Three gradients and the perception of flat and curved surfaces
Cutting 1986The shape and psychophysics of cinematic space
Cutting 1987Rigidity in cinema seen from the front row, side aisle
Cutting 1988Affine distortions of pictorial space. Some predictions for goldstein (1987) that la gournerie (1859) might have made
Cutting 1997Heading and path information from retinal flow in naturalistic environments
Cutting 1997How the eye measures reality and virtual reality
Cutting 2000Images, imagination, and movement. Pictorial representations and their development in the work of james gibson
Cutting 2000Seeking one's heading through eye movements
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Daprati 2006How we interact with objects. Learning from brain lesions
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Darrat 2000On testing the random-walk hypothesis. A model-comparison approach
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Dassonville 2004Are the original roelofs effect and the induced roelofs effect confounded by the same expansion of remembered space?
Dassonville 2004The induced roelofs effect. Two visual systems or the shift of a single reference frame?
D'Avossa 2006Spatiotopic selectivity of bold responses to visual motion in human area mt
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Day 1981Infant perception of the invariant size of approaching and receding objects
Day 2005Vestibular reafference shapes voluntary movement
De Bruyn 1988Human velocity and direction discrimination measured with random dot patterns
Decety 1989Comparative analysis of actual and mental movement times in two graphic tasks
Decety 1989The timing of mentally represented actions
Decety 1991Vegetative response during imagined movement is proportional to mental effort
Decety 1996Do imagined and executed actions share the same neural substrate?
Decety 1996Mentally simulated movements in virtual reality. Does fitt's law hold in motor imagery?
Decety 1996Mentally simulated movements in virtual reality. Does fitts's law hold in motor imagery
Decety 1999Neural mechanisms subserving the perception of human actions
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De Koning 2011Facilitating understanding of movements in dynamic visualizations. An embodied perspective
Delgado-Garcia 2000Why move the eyes if we can move the head?
Deloache 1998Grasping the nature of pictures
Delucia 1998Cognitive motion extrapolation and cognitive clocking in prediction motion tasks
Demeyer 2010Object form discontinuity facilitates displacement discrimination across saccades
Dennett 1993Learning and labeling
Deregowski 1969Perception of the two-pronged trident by two- and three-dimensional perceivers
Deregowski 1989Real space and represented space. Cross-cultural perspectives
Deregowski 1992Convergent and divergent perspective
Deregowski 1992Three-space inference from two-space stimulation
Deregowski 1994The perception of spatial structure with oblique viewing. An explanation for byzantine perspective
Desimone 1984Stimulus-selective properties of inferior temporal neurons in the macaque
Desimone 1995Neural mechanisms of selective visual attention
Desouza 2000Eye position signal modulates a human parietal pointing region during memory-guided movements
De'Sperati 1995Visual tuning to kinematics of biological motion. The role of eye movements
De'Sperati 1997The relationship between curvature and velocity in two-dimensional smooth pursuit eye movements?
De'Sperati 1999Saccades to mentally rotated targets
De'Sperati 2000Motor imagery and visual event recognition
Deubel 1995Perceptual consequences of ocular lens overshoot during saccadic eye movements
Deubel 1995Separate adaptive mechanisms for the control of reactive and volitional saccadic eye movements
Deubel 1996Postsaccadic target blanking prevents saccadic suppression of image displacement
Deubel 1996Saccade target selection and object recognition. Evidence for a common attentional mechanism
Deubel 1998Immediate post-saccadic information mediates space constancy
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Dewey 1896Review of conant's the number concept
Dewey 1896The reflex arc concept in psychology
Diamond 2000Extraretinal control of saccadic suppression
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Domini 1998Discriminating constant from variable angular velocities in structure from motion
Domini 1998Distortions of depth-order relations and parallelism in structure from motion
Domini 1998Perceived orientation of axis of rotation in structure-from-motion
Domini 1998Recovery of 3-d structure from motion is neither euclidean nor affine
Domini 1999Perceiving surface slant from deformation of optic flow
Domini 20013d after-effects are due to shape and not disparity adaptation
Domini 2002Temporal integration in structure from motion
Domini 20033-d structure perceived from dynamic information. A new theory
Domini 2003Temporal integration of motion and stereo cues to depth
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Dosher 2000Noise exclusion in spatial attention
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Downing 1997The line-motion illusion. Attention or impletion?
Downing 2001Testing cognitive models of visual attention with fmri and meg
Draine 1998Replicable unconscious semantic priming
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Driver 1999Gaze perception triggers reflexive visuospatial orienting
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Duncan 1997Restricted attentional capacity within but not between sensory modalities
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Durgin 1999Visuomotor adaptation without vision
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Durgin 2005Perception of visual speed while moving
Durgin 2009When walking makes perception better
Durgin 2012Constant enough. On the kinds of perceptual constancy worth having
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Eagle 1998Upper displacement limits for spatially broadband patterns containing bandpass noise
Eagleman 2000Motion integration and postdiction in visual awareness
Eagleman 2003The line-motion illusion can be reversed by motion signals after the line disappears
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Eby 1992The spatial and temporal characteristics of perceiving 3-d structure from motion
Ecvp 2004Abstracts
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Ecvp 2006Conference program
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Eggert 2001Mislocalization of peripheral targets during fixation
Ekstrom 2003Cellular networks underlying human spatial navigation
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Elman 1991Distributed representations, simple recurrent networks, and grammatical structure
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Emery 2004The mentality of crows
Engbert 2003Microsaccades uncover the orientation of covert attention
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Epstein 1962A test of two interpretations of the apparent size effects in a distorted room
Epstein 1962The induction of nonveridical slant and the perception of shape
Epstein 1963Attitutes of judgment and the size-distance invariance hypothesis
Epstein 1963Shape constancy. Functional relations and theoretical formulations
Epstein 1964Examination of gibson's psychophysical hypothesis
Epstein 1964Experimental investigations of the genesis of visual space perception
Epstein 1964Relative size in isolation as a stimulus for relative perceived distance
Epstein 1966Perceived depth as a function of relative height under three background conditions
Epstein 1977Perceived shape at a slant as a function of processing time and processing load
Epstein 1985Automatic and attentional components in perception of shape-at-a-slant
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Ernst 2000Touch can change visual slant perception
Ernst 2002Humans integrate visual and haptic information in a statistically optimal fashion
Ernst 2004Merging the senses into a robust percept
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Eskandar 1999Parietal activity and the perceived direction of ambiguous apparent motion
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Fadiga 1999Corticospinal excitability is specifically modulated by motor imagery. A magnetic stimulation study
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Farah 1998What is 'special' about face perception
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Farrer 2003The role of proprioception in action recognition
Farrer 2008Effect of distorted visual feedback on the sense of agency
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Fasse 2000Haptic interaction with virtual objects. Spatial perception and motor control
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Faugeras 1995Stratification of 3-d vision. Projective, affine, and metric representations
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Feldman 1982Connectionist models and their properties
Feldman 1998Mapping the mental space of rectangles
Feldman 2000Minimization of boolean complexity in human concept learning
Feldman 2001Bayesian contour integration
Feldman 2003What is a visual object?
Ferber 2001Size perception in hemianopia and neglect
Feresin 2007Perception of visual inclination in a real and simulated environment
Fermller 1997Visual space distortion
Fermller 1997Visual space distortion
Fry 2000Attenuation of alignment effect with exocentric encoding of location
Festinger 1965Information about spatial location based on knowledge about efference
Festinger 1967Efference and the conscious experience of perception
Festinger 1970The effect of attention on brightness contrast and assimilation
Festinger 1974Inferences about the efferent system based on a perceptual illusion produced by eye movements
Festinger 1976Visual perception during smooth pursuit eye movements
Festinger 1978Retinal image smear as a source of information about magnitude of eye movement
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Findlay 1997Saccade target selection during visual search
Findlay 1999A model of saccade generation based on parallel processing and competitive inhibition
Findlay 2001Saccade target selection in visual search. The effect of information from the previous fixation
Findlay 2001Visual attention. The active vision perspective
Findlay 2006Eye scanning of multi-element displays. Ii. Saccade planning
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Finke 1979The functional equivalence of mental images and errors of movement
Finke 1986Implied velocity and acceleration induce transformations of visual memory
Finke 1989Reinterpreting visual patterns in mental imagery
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Fischer 1996Infants' construction of actions in context. Piaget's contribution to research on early development
Fischer 2000Word centre is misperceived
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Fitts 1954The information capacity of the human motor system in controlling the amplitude of movement
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Flanagan 1993Modulation of grip force with load force during point-to-point arm movements
Flanagan 1997The role of internal models in motion planning and control
Flanagan 2001Sensorimotor prediction and memory in object manipulation
Flanagan 2002Hand movements
Flanagan 2003Action plans used in action observation
Flanagan 2003Prediction precedes control in motor learning
Flanders 2003Using arm configuration to learn the effects of gyroscopes and other devices
Flash 1985The coordination of arm movements. An experimentally confirmed mathematical model
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Foner 1994Paying attention to what's important. Using focus of attention to improve unsupervised learning
Forss 1995Interaction between afferent input from fingers in human somatosensory cortex
Forss 1998Sensorimotor integration in human primary and secondary somatosensory cortices
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Foster 1991Spatial selectivity of rat hippocampal neurons. Dependence on preparedness for movement
Francis 1999Motion parallel to line orientation. Disambiguation of motion percepts
Franconeri ?Moving and looming stimuli capture attention
Franklin 1990Searching imagined environments
Fraser 1979Perception of illusory movement
Freeman 1965Ecological optics and visual slant
Freeman 1966Effect of size on visual slant
Freeman 1977Children's strategies in producing three-dimensional relationships on a two-dimensional surface
Freeman 1980Gross failure to utilise alignment cues in children's drawing of three-dimensional relationships
Freeman 1994The generic viewpoint assumption in a framework for visual perception
Freeman 1998Perceived head-centric speed is affected by both extra-retinal and retinal errors
Freeman 2000Extra-retinal and retinal amplitude and phase errors during filehne illusion and path perception
Freeman 2000Unequal retinal and extra-retinal motion signals produce different perceived slants of moving surfaces
Freeman 2003The extra-retinal motion aftereffect
Freeman 2010A bayesian model of perceived head-centered velocity during smooth pursuit eye movement
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Freyd 1987Dynamic mental representations
Freyd 1988Representing statics as forces in equilibrium
Frichtel 2007The use of perspective as a depth cue with a 2d display in 4 and 5-month-old infants
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Friesen 2003Abrupt onsets and gaze direction cues trigger independent reflexive attentional effects
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Frith 2000Explaining the symptoms of schizophrenia. Abnormalities in the awareness of action
Froehler 2002Cortical neurons encoding path and place. Where you go is where you are
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Fujisaki 2004Recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity - copie
Fukushima 2002Coding of smooth eye movements in three-dimensional space by frontal cortex
Fukushima 2002Predictive responses of periarcuate pursuit neurons to visual target motion
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Gaarding 1995Surface orientation and curvature from differential texture distortion
Gabel 2002Responses of neurons in area vip to self-induced and external visual motion
Gamzu 2001Importance of temporal cues for tactile spatial-frequency discrimination
Gandevia 1987Roles for perceived voluntary motor commands in motor control
Gandolfo 1996Motor learning by field approximation
Gao 1996Cerebellum implicated in sensory acquisition and discrimination rather than motor control
Garcia-Perez 2001Intrasaccadic perception
Garcia-Perez 2001Luminance artifacts of cathode-ray tube displays for vision research
Garrigan 2008Perceptual learning depends on perceptual constancy
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Gauthier 1990The role of ocular muscle proprioception in visual localization of targets
Gavrilov 1998Discharge correlates of hippocampal complex spike neurons in behaving rats passively displaced on a mobile robot
Gegenfurtner 2003A comparison of pursuit eye movement and perceptual performance in speed discrimination
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Geng 2002Probability cuing of target location facilitates visual search implicitly in normal participants and patients with hemispatial neglect
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Gentner 1983Structure-mapping. A theoretical framework for analogy
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Georgeson 1996Sub-pixel accuracy. Psychophysical validation of an algorithm for fine positioning and movement of dots on visual displays
Georgeson 1997Vision and action. You ain't seen nothin' yet
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Georgopoulos 1989Mental rotation of the neuronal population vector
Georgopoulos 1989Visuomotor coordination in reaching and locomotion
Georgopoulos 1992The motor cortex and the coding of force
Georgopoulos 1993Cognitive neurophysiology of the motor cortex
Georgopoulos 1995The mental and the neural. Psychological and neural studies of mental rotation and memory scanning
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Gepshtein 2003Viewing geometry determines how vision and haptics combine in size perception
Gepshtein 2005Stability and change in perception. Spatial organization in temporal context
Gepshtein 2005The combination of vision and touch depends on spatial proximity
Gersch 2004Dynamic allocation of visual attention during the execution of sequences of saccades
Gibson 1929The reproduction of visually perceived forms
Gibson 1933Adaptation, after-effect and contrast in the perception of curved lines
Gibson 1937Adaptation, after-effect, and contrast in the perception of tilted lines. Ii. Simultaneous contrast and the areal restriction of the after-effect
Gibson 1937Adaptation, after-effect and contrast in the perception of tilted lines. I. Quantitative studies
Gibson 1937Adaptation with negative after-effect
Gibson 1938Determinants of the perceived vertical and horizontal
Gibson 1951What is form?
Gibson 1952Does motion perspective independently produce the impression of a receding surface?
Gibson 1952Exploratory experiments on the stimulus conditions for the perception of a visual surface
Gibson 1952The perceived slant of visual surfaces--optical and geographical
Gibson 1952The relation between visual and postural determinants of the phenomenal vertical
Gibson 1954The visual perception of objective motion and subjective movement
Gibson 1955A method of controlling stimulation for the study of space perception. The optical tunnel
Gibson 1955Perceptual learning. Differentiation or enrichment
Gibson 1957Continuous perspective transformations and the perception of rigid motion
Gibson 1957Optimal motions and transformations as stimuli for visual perception
Gibson 1959Motion parallax as a determinant of perceived depth
Gibson 1960The concept of the stimulus in psychology
Gibson 1962Observations on active touch
Gibson 1963The useful dimensions of sensitivity
Gibson 1968What gives rise to the perception of motion
Gibson 1988Exploratory behavior in the development of perceiving, acting, and the acquiring of knowledge
Gibson 1989Going somewhere
Gilchrist 1977Perceived lightness depends on perceived spatial arrangement
Gilchrist 1980When does perceived lightness depend on perceived spatial arrangement?
Gilchrist 1988Lightness contrast and failures of constancy. A common explanation
Gilchrist 1997Saccades without eye movements
Gilchrist 1998Using the eye-movement system to control the head
Gilchrist 1999An anchoring theory of lightness perception
Gilchrist 1999Saccade selection in visual search. Evidence for spatial frequency specific between-item interactions
Gilchrist 1999Surface and edge information for spatial integration. A saccadic-selection search task
Gilchrist 2000Refixation frequency and memory mechanisms in visual search
Gilchrist 2001Is visual search really like foraging?
Gilinsky 1955The effect of attitude upon the perception of size
Gillner 1998Navigation and acquisition of spatial knowledge in a virtual maze
Gilmore 1997Body-centered representations for visually-guided action emerge during early infancy
Gilmore 1997Egocentric action in early infancy. Spatial frames of reference for saccades
Gilovich 1985The hot hand in basketball. On the misperception of random sequences
Gilroy 2001Differential activation solution to the motion correspondence problem
Gilroy 2004Physics embedded in visual perception of three-dimensional shape from motion
Ginzburg 1996Dynamics of rule induction by making queries. Transition between strategies
Giraudo 1999Dynamic instability of visuospatial images
Girgus 1982Assimilation and contrast illusions. Differences in plasticity
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Glasser 2011Perceptual and neural consequences of rapid motion adaptation
Glennerster 1998Dmax for stereopsis and motion in random dot displays
Glennerster 2006Humans ignore motion and stereo cues in favor of a fictional stable world
Glimcher 2003The neurobiology of visual-saccadic decision making
Gogel 1963The visual perception of size and distance
Gogel 1969The sensing of retinal size
Gogel 1973Absolute motion parallax and the specific distance tendency
Gogel 1976Adjacency and attention as determiners of perceived motion
Gogel 1979A comparison of oculomotor and motion parallax cues of egocentric distance
Gogel 1980Relative cues and absolute distance perception
Gogel 1992Absence of compensation and reasoning-like processes in the perception of orientation in depth
Gogel 1992Determinants of the perception of sagittal motion
Gogel 1997Measures of perceived linear size, sagittal motion, and visual angle from optical expansions and contractions
Gogel 1998An analysis of perceptions from changes in optical size
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Gold 2000Deriving behavioural receptive fields for visually completed contours
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Goldin-Meadow 2005How our hands help us learn
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Goodale 1992Separate visual pathways for perception and action
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Gottlieb 1991Experiential canalization of behavioral development. Results
Gottlieb 1991Experiential canalization of behavioral development. Theory
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Gottlieb 1999Activity of neurons in the lateral intraparietal area of the monkey during an antisaccade task
Grnau 1995Processing speed in the motion induction effect
Grnau 1999Flicker and the efficiency of cues for capturing attention
Graf 2002Modulating motion-induced blindness with depth ordering and surface completion
Graf 2006Coordinate transformations in object recognition
Graham 1971Detection of grating patterns containing two spatial frequencies. A comparison of single-channel and multiple-channel models
Granrud 1986Binocular vision and spatial perception in 4- and 5-month-old infants
Granrud 2006Size constancy in infants. 4-month-olds' responses to physical versus retinal image size
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Gray 2004Long range interactions between object-motion and self-motion in the perception of movement in depth
Graybiel 1970Prismatic adaptation under scotopic and photopic conditions
Graziano 1994Coding of visual space by premotor neurons
Graziano 1997Coding the locations of objects in the dark
Graziano 2006The organization of behavioral repertoire in motor cortex
Greenfield 1991Language, tools and brain
Greenlee 2002Coherent motion pops out during smooth pursuit
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Greenwald 1992New look 3. Reclaiming unconscious perception
Greenwald 1996Three cognitive markers of unconscious semantic activation
Greenwald 2003On doing two things at once. Iii. Confirmation of perfect timesharing when simultaneous tasks are ideomotor compatible
Greenwald 2005Integrating visual cues for motor control. A matter of time
Gregory 1958Eye movements and the stability of the visual world
Gregory 1959Changes in the size and shape of visual after-images observed in complete darkness during changes of position in space
Gregory 1963Distortion of visual space as inappropriate constancy scaling
Gregory 1964Stereoscopic shadow-images
Gregory 1964The curious eye of copilia
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Gregory 1965Seeing in depth
Gregory 1967Origin of eyes and brains
Gregory 1972Cognitive contours
Gregory 1984Real and apparent movement nulled
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Gribble 2003Role of cocontraction in arm movement accuracy
Grier 1971Nonparametric indexes for sensitivity and bias. Computing formulas
Groll 1982Saccadic eye movements of children and adults to double-step stimuli
Grosbras 2002Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human frontal eye field. Effects on visual perception and attention
Grosbras 2003Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human frontal eye field facilitates visual awareness
Grossmann 2003Differential ambiguity reduces grouping of metastable objects
Grove 1999Ecologically invalid monocular texture leads to longer perceptual latencies in random-dot stereograms
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Grnau 1995Processing speed in the motion induction effect
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Grnau 1999Flicker and the efficiency of cues for capturing attention
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Grzywacz ?Directional selectivity
Guthrie 1983Corollary discharge provides accurate eye position information to the oculomotor system
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Haarmeier 1997False perception of motion in a patient who cannot compensate for eye movements
Haarmeier 1998An electrophysiological correlate of visual motion awareness in man
Haber 2001The independence of size perception and distance perception
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Hafed 2006Ongoing eye movements constrain visual perception
Haggard 2002Voluntary action and conscious awareness
Haggard 2004Anomalous control. When 'free-will' is not conscious
Haggard 2005Conscious intention and motor cognition
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Haith 1988Expectation and anticipation of dynamic visual events by 3.5-month-old babies
Hall 2002Fixational ocular motor control is plastic despite deprivation
Hallett 1976Saccadic eye movements to flashed targets
Hallett 1976Saccadic eye movements towards stimuli triggered by prior saccades
Halligan 1991Left neglect for near but not far space in man
Halligan 2003Spatial cognition. Evidence from visual neglect
Halverson 1991The first pictures. Perceptual foundations of paleolithic art
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Hmlinen 1993Magnetoencephalography
Hamilton 2004Your own action influences how you perceive another person's action
Hammett 2005A ratio model of perceived speed in the human visual system
Hanada 2000Heading judgement from second-order motion
Hanada 2005Phenomenal regression to the frontal and natural picture
Handy 2003Graspable objects grab attention when the potential for action is recognized
Hansen 1985Accuracy of spatial localizations near the time of saccadic eye movements
Hardt 1971Adaptation to displaced vision. A change in the central control of sensorimotor coordination
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Harman 1999Active manual control of objects facilitates visual recognition
Harnad 1990The symbol grounding problem
Harnad 1994Computation is just interpretable symbol manipulation; cognition isn't
Harnad 1995Grounding symbolic capacity in robotic capacity
Harris 1992Retinal speed gradients and the perception of surface slant
Harris 1998Signal-dependent noise determines motor planning
Harris 1998Visual search for motion-in-depth. Stereomotion does not 'pop out' from disparity noise
Harris 1999Going against the flow
Harris 2000Visual and non-visual cues in the perception of linear self motion
Harris 2003Poor visibility of motion in depth is due to early motion averaging
Harvey 2003Eye-movement patterns do not mediate size distortion effects in hemispatial neglect. Looking without seeing
Harwerth 2003Temporal integration for stereoscopic vision
Harwoord 1999The spectral main sequence of human saccades
Hastorf 1957Emmert's law and size-constancy
Hatfield 1985The status of the minimum principle in the theoretical analysis of visual perception
Hauser 1998A nonhuman primate's expectations about object motion and destination. The importance of self-propelled movement and animacy
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Hayhoe 2005Eye movements in natural behavior
Hayward 1999Recognizing silhouettes and shaded images across depth rotation
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He 2000Perceiving binocular depth with reference to a common surface
Hecht 1991Apparent extended body motions in depth
Hecht 1996Gravitational acceleration as a cue for absolute size and distance?
Hecht 2001Motor learning enhances perceptual judgment. A case for action-perception transfer
Hecht 2001Regularities of the physical world and the absence of their internalization
Hecht 2002The impact of spatiotemporal sampling on time-to-contact judgments
Heidenreich 1994Speed discrimination under stabilized and normal viewing conditions
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Hein 2006Within-modality and cross-modality attentional blinks in a simple discrimination task
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Held 1963Movement-produced stimulation in the development of visually guided behavior
Held 1963Plasticity in human sensorimotor control
Held 1965Plasticity in sensory-motor systems
Held 1966Adaptation to displaced and delayed visual feedback from the hand
Held 1980Stereoacuity of human infants
Held 2011The newly signted fail to match seen with felt
Hell 1978Movement parallax. An asymptotic function of amplitude and velocity of head motion
Henderson 2003Eye movements and visual memory. Detecting changes to saccade targets in scenes
Henriques 1998Gaze-centered remapping of remembered visual space in an open-loop pointing task
Henriques 2005Distortions in the visual perception of shape
Hershberger 1987Saccadic eye movements and the perception of visual direction
Hershberger 1996Touch dominates haptic estimates of discordant visual-haptic size
Hershberger 1998Visualizing the perisaccadic shift in spatiotopic coordinates
Hershenson 1992Size-distance invariance. Kinetic invariance is different from static invariance
Herzog 2001Seeing properties of an invisible object. Feature properties and shine-through
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Heywood 1981Direction-specific and position-specific effects upon detection of displacements duting saccadic eye movements
Hietanen 1992The effects of lighting conditions on responses of cells selective for face views in the macaque temporal cortex
Hietanen 1993Motion sensitive cells in the macaque superior temporal polysensory area. I. Lack of response to the sight of the animal's own limb movement
Hietanen 1996A comparison of visual responses to object- and ego-motion in the macaque superior temporal polysensory area
Hietanen 1996Motion sensitive cells in the macaque superior temporal polysensory area. Response discrimination between self-generated and externally generated pattern motion
Hietanen 1996Motion sensitive cells in the macaque superior temporal polysensory area response. Response discrimination between self-generated and externally generated pattern motion
Hietanen 2007Influence of adapting speed on speed and contrast coding in the primary visual cortex of the cat
Hikosaka 1993Focal visual attention produces illusory temporal order and motion sensation
Hikosaka 1996Activation of human presupplementary motor area in learning of sequential procedures. A functional mri study
Hikosaka 1996Multimodal spatial attention visualized by motion illusion
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