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L. Dupin, V. Hayward, M. Wexler (2016). Generalized representation of movement in haptic perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, in press.

M. Duyck, T. Collins, M. Wexler (2016). Masking the saccadic smear. Journal of Vision, 16(10):1, 1-13.

M. Wexler, M. Duyck, P. Mamassian (2015). Persistent states in vision break universality and time invariance. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112, 14990-14995. Supporting information, on-line demos, data

L. Dupin, V. Hayward & M. Wexler (2015). Direct coupling of haptic signals between hands. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112, 619-624.

M. Wexler & T. Collins (2014). Orthogonal steps relieve saccadic suppression. Journal of Vision, 14(2):13, 1-9.

M. Wexler, A. Glennerster, P. Cavanagh, H. Ito & T. Seno (2013). Default perception of high-speed motion. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 110, 7080-7085. On-line demos

L. Dupin & M. Wexler (2013). Motion perception by a moving observer in a three-dimensional environment. Journal of Vision, 13(2):15, 1-14.

S. Tcaci Popescu & M. Wexler (2012). Spontaneous body movements in spatial cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:136.

D.A. Wismeijer, C.J. Erkelens, R. van Ee & M. Wexler (2010). Depth cue combination in spontaneous eye movements. Journal of Vision, 10(6):25, 1-15.

T. Knapen, M. Rolfs, M. Wexler & P. Cavanagh (2010). The reference frame of the tilt aftereffect. Journal of Vision, 10(1):8, 1-13.

E. Combe & M. Wexler (2010). Observer movement and size constancy. Psychological Science, 21, 667-675.

C. Morvan & M. Wexler (2009). The nonlinear structure of motion perception during smooth eye movements. Journal of Vision, 9(7):1, 1-13.

M. Wexler & N. Ouarti (2008). Depth affects where we look. Current Biology, 18, 1868-1872. Supplementary information.

M. Wexler & J.J.A. van Boxtel (2005). Depth perception by the active observer. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 431-438.

M. Wexler (2005). Anticipating the three-dimensional consequences of eye movements. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102, 1246-1251. Supplementary information.

C. Morvan & M. Wexler (2005). Reference frames in early motion detection. Journal of Vision, 5(2), 131-138.

J.J.A. van Boxtel, M. Wexler & J. Droulez (2003). Perception of plane orientation from self-generated and passively observed optic flow. Journal of Vision, 3(5), 318-332.

M. Wexler (2003). Voluntary head movement and allocentric perception of space. Psychological Science, 14, 340-346. Supplementary information.

M. Wexler (2002). More to 3D vision than meets the eye. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 6, 497-498.

M. Wexler & I. Lamouret (2001). Retinal and extra-retinal contributions to visual stationarity. Submitted to Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

M. Wexler, I. Lamouret & J. Droulez (2001). Stationarity: An allocentric criterion in visual perception. Vision Research, 41, 3023-3037.

M. Wexler, F. Panerai, I. Lamouret & J. Droulez (2001). Self-motion and the perception of stationary objects. Nature, 409, 85-88.

M. Wexler & F. Klam (2001). Movement prediction and movement production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 27, 48-64.

M. Wexler (1999). Inductive learning with external representations. In Understanding representation, A. Riegler & M. Peschl, eds. Plenum Press, New York.

M. Wexler, S.M. Kosslyn & A. Berthoz (1998). Motor processes in mental rotation. Cognition, 68, 77-94.

Older physics papers

M. Wexler (1995). An approximation for random surfaces on arbitrary target spaces. Unpublished.

J. Ambjørn, G. Thorleifsson & M. Wexler (1994). New critical phenomena in 2D quantum gravity. Nuclear Physics, B439, 187-204.

M. Wexler (1995). From trees to galaxies: The Potts model on a random surface. Nuclear Physics, B438, 629-648.

M. Wexler (1993). Critical behavior of target space mean field theory. Modern Physics Letters, A8, 2703-2714.

M. Wexler (1993). Matrix models on large graphs. Nuclear Physics, B410, 377-394.

M. Wexler (1993). Low temperature expansion of matrix models. Physics Letters, B315, 67-73.