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    1. Kulbaba, K; Manners, I
      Polyferrocenylsilanes: Metal-containing polymers for materials science, self-assembly and nanostructure applications

      MACROMOLECULAR RAPID COMMUNICATIONS
    2. Li, B; Chen, Y; Li, BW; Wang, LH; Diao, YC
      Pattern and component motion selectivity in cortical area PMLS of the cat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Kulbaba, K; Resendes, R; Cheng, A; Bartole, A; Safa-Sefat, A; Coombs, N; Stover, HDH; Greedan, JE; Ozin, GA; Manners, I
      Polyferrocenylsilane and magnetic ceramic microspheres

      ADVANCED MATERIALS
    4. Saado, Y; Ji, T; Golosovsky, M; Davidov, D; Avni, Y; Frenkel, A
      Self-assembled heterostructures based on magnetic particles for photonic bandgap applications

      OPTICAL MATERIALS
    5. Saado, Y; Golosovsky, M; Davidov, D; Frenkel, A
      Fabrication of artificial crystals with tunable lattice constant via self-assembly of floating magnetic particles

      SYNTHETIC METALS
    6. Bowns, L
      Features derived from first-order motion mechanisms predict anomalies in motion perception

      PERCEPTION
    7. Bowns, L
      IOC, Vector sum, and squaring: three different motion effects or tone?

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Grossberg, S; Mingolla, E; Viswanathan, L
      Neural dynamics of motion integration and segmentation within and across apertures

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Langley, K
      Regularization in a neural model of motion perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Takahashi, N
      Temporal and spatial factors in motion integration

      SWISS JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Bowd, C; Donnelly, M; Shorter, S; Patterson, R
      Cross-domain adaptation reveals that a common mechanism computes stereoscopic (cyclopean) and luminance plaid motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Ledgeway, T; Hess, RF
      The properties of the motion-detecting mechanisms mediating perceived direction in stochastic displays

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Patterson, R; Shorter, S; Bowd, C; Freudenberg, R; Becker, S
      Exposure duration affects the perceived direction of cyclopean Type II plaids

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Fermuller, C; Pless, R; Aloimonos, Y
      The Ouchi illusion as an artifact of biased flow estimation

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Taka, H; Kaga, N; Fujimura, T; Mineki, R; Imaizumi, M; Suzuki, Y; Suzuki, R; Tanokura, M; Shindo, N; Murayama, K
      Rapid determination of parvalbumin amino acid sequence from Rana catesbeiana (pI 4.78) by combination of ESI mass spectrometry, protein sequencing, and amino acid analysis

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Lorenceau, J; Shiffrar, M
      The linkage of visual motion signals

      VISUAL COGNITION
    17. Wenderoth, P; Watson, JDG; Egan, GF; Tochon-Danguy, HJ; O'Keefe, GJ
      Second order components of moving plaids activate extrastriate cortex: A positron emission tomography study

      NEUROIMAGE
    18. Sune, MS
      The aperture problem: an alternative solution.

      PSICOTHEMA
    19. Murakami, I
      Motion-transparent inducers have different effects on induced motion and motion capture

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. Loffler, G; Orbach, HS
      Computing feature motion without feature detectors: A model for terminatormotion without end-stopped cells

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Rauber, HJ; Treue, S
      Revisiting motion repulsion: evidence for a general phenomenon?

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Sutter, A; Hwang, D
      A comparison of the dynamics of simple (Fourier) and complex (non-Fourier)mechanisms in texture segregation

      VISION RESEARCH
    23. Wiener, MC; Richmond, BJ
      Using response models to estimate channel capacity for neuronal classification of stationary visual stimuli using temporal coding

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Oram, MW; Wiener, MC; Lestienne, R; Richmond, BJ
      Stochastic nature of precisely timed spike patterns in visual system neuronal responses

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. GROS BL; BLAKE R; HIRIS E
      ANISOTROPIES IN VISUAL-MOTION PERCEPTION - A FRESH LOOK

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    26. OKEEFE LP; MOVSHON JA
      PROCESSING OF FIRST-ORDER AND 2ND-ORDER MOTION SIGNALS BY NEURONS IN AREA MT OF THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    27. Wiener, MC; Richmond, BJ
      Using response models to study coding strategies in monkey visual cortex

      BIOSYSTEMS
    28. RAUBER HJ; TREUE S
      REFERENCE REPULSION WHEN JUDGING THE DIRECTION OF VISUAL-MOTION

      Perception
    29. GEGENFURTNER KR
      THRESHOLDS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE DIRECTION OF MOTION OF PLAIDPATTERNS DEFINED BY LUMINANCE OR CHROMATIC CONTRAST

      Vision research
    30. TAKEUCHI T
      EFFECT OF CONTRAST ON THE PERCEPTION OF MOVING MULTIPLE GABOR PATTERNS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    31. CHEY J; GROSSBERG S; MINGOLLA E
      NEURAL DYNAMICS OF MOTION PROCESSING AND SPEED DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    32. MUSSAP AJ; CRASSINI B; FLANAGAN PR
      DIRECTIONS OF MOTION AFTER-EFFECTS INDUCED BY GRATINGS AND PLAIDS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    33. LORENCEAU J
      VERIDICAL PERCEPTION OF GLOBAL MOTION FROM DISPARATE COMPONENT MOTIONS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    34. CHEY J; GROSSBERG S; MINGOLLA E
      NEURAL DYNAMICS OF MOTION GROUPING - FROM APERTURE AMBIGUITY TO OBJECT SPEED AND DIRECTION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    35. CHOUDHURY SR
      STABILITY AND PERSISTENCE OF 2-DIMENSIONAL PATTERNS

      Nonlinear analysis
    36. FOTHERINGHAME D; BADDELEY R
      NONLINEAR PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS-ANALYSIS OF NEURONAL SPIKE TRAIN DATA

      Biological cybernetics
    37. RICHMOND BJ; GAWNE TJ; JIN GX
      NEURONAL CODES - READING THEM AND LEARNING HOW THEIR STRUCTURE INFLUENCES NETWORK ORGANIZATION

      Biosystems
    38. MUSSAP AJ; GROTENHUIS KT
      THE INFLUENCE OF APERTURE SURFACES ON THE BARBER-POLE ILLUSION

      Perception
    39. KIM J; WILSON HR
      MOTION INTEGRATION OVER SPACE - INTERACTION OF THE CENTER AND SURROUND MOTION

      Vision research
    40. NISHIDA S; EDWARDS M; SATO T
      SIMULTANEOUS MOTION CONTRAST ACROSS SPACE - INVOLVEMENT OF 2ND-ORDER MOTION

      Vision research
    41. CROPPER SJ; HAMMETT ST
      ADAPTATION TO MOTION OF A 2ND-ORDER PATTERN - THE MOTION AFTEREFFECT IS NOT A GENERAL RESULT

      Vision research
    42. TAUB E; VICTOR JD; CONTE MM
      NONLINEAR PREPROCESSING IN SHORT-RANGE MOTION

      Vision research
    43. KJAER TW; GAWNE TJ; HERTZ JA; RICHMOND BJ
      INSENSITIVITY OF V1 COMPLEX CELL RESPONSES TO SMALL SHIFTS IN THE RETINAL IMAGE OF COMPLEX PATTERNS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    44. GURNEY K; WRIGHT MJ
      A BIOLOGICALLY PLAUSIBLE MODEL OF EARLY VISUAL-MOTION PROCESSING .2. PSYCHOPHYSICAL APPLICATION

      Biological cybernetics
    45. GURNEY K; WRIGHT MJ
      ROTATION AND RADIAL MOTION THRESHOLDS SUPPORT A 2-STAGE MODEL OF DIFFERENTIAL-MOTION ANALYSIS

      Perception
    46. SEIDEMANN E; MEILIJSON I; ABELES M; BERGMAN H; VAADIA E
      SIMULTANEOUSLY RECORDED SINGLE UNITS IN THE FRONTAL-CORTEX GO THROUGHSEQUENCES OF DISCRETE AND STABLE STATES IN MONKEYS PERFORMING A DELAYED LOCALIZATION TASK

      The Journal of neuroscience
    47. HEELEY DW; BUCHANANSMITH HM
      MECHANISMS SPECIALIZED FOR THE PERCEPTION OF IMAGE GEOMETRY

      Vision research
    48. BOWNS L
      EVIDENCE FOR A FEATURE TRACKING EXPLANATION OF WHY TYPE-II PLAIDS MOVE IN THE VECTOR SUM DIRECTION AT SHORT DURATIONS

      Vision research
    49. BEUTTER BR; MULLIGAN JB; STONE LS
      THE BARBERPLAID ILLUSION - PLAID MOTION IS BIASED BY ELONGATED APERTURES

      Vision research
    50. CROPPER SJ; MULLEN KT; BADCOCK DR
      MOTION COHERENCE ACROSS DIFFERENT CHROMATIC AXES

      Vision research
    51. MCCLURKIN JW; OPTICAN LM
      PRIMATE STRIATE AND PRESTRIATE CORTICAL-NEURONS DURING DISCRIMINATION.1. SIMULTANEOUS TEMPORAL ENCODING OF INFORMATION ABOUT COLOR AND PATTERN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    52. HELLER J; HERTZ JA; KJAER TW; RICHMOND BJ
      INFORMATION-FLOW AND TEMPORAL CODING IN PRIMATE PATTERN VISION

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    53. NAKAI T; MCDOWELL CA
      DETERMINATION OF SPIN PARAMETERS REFLECTED IN THE NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE POWDER PATTERNS FOR 2 EQUIVALENT P-31 NUCLEI IN LAWESSONS REAGENT

      Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance
    54. RUBIN N; HOCHSTEIN S; SOLOMON S
      RESTRICTED ABILITY TO RECOVER 3-DIMENSIONAL GLOBAL MOTION FROM ONE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION SIGNALS - PSYCHOPHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS

      Vision research
    55. RUBIN N; SOLOMON S; HOCHSTEIN S
      RESTRICTED ABILITY TO RECOVER 3-DIMENSIONAL GLOBAL MOTION FROM ONE-DIMENSIONAL LOCAL SIGNALS - THEORETICAL OBSERVATIONS

      Vision research
    56. SUTTER A; GRAHAM N
      INVESTIGATING SIMPLE AND COMPLEX MECHANISMS IN TEXTURE SEGREGATION USING THE SPEED-ACCURACY TRADEOFF METHOD

      Vision research
    57. LEDGEWAY T; SMITH AT
      THE PERCEIVED SPEED OF 2ND-ORDER MOTION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON STIMULUS CONTRAST

      Vision research
    58. LU SM; GUIDO W; VAUGHAN JW; SHERMAN SM
      LATENCY VARIABILITY OF RESPONSES TO VISUAL-STIMULI IN CELLS OF THE CATS LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Experimental Brain Research
    59. HOLLIDAY IE; ANDERSON SJ
      DIFFERENT PROCESSES UNDERLIE THE DETECTION OF 2ND-ORDER MOTION AT LOWAND HIGH TEMPORAL FREQUENCIES

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    60. WILSON HR; KIM J
      A MODEL FOR MOTION COHERENCE AND TRANSPARENCY

      Visual neuroscience
    61. WILSON HR; KIM J
      A MODEL FOR MOTION COHERENCE AND TRANSPARENCY

      Visual neuroscience
    62. MCCLURKIN JW; OPTICAN LM; RICHMOND BJ
      CORTICAL FEEDBACK INCREASES VISUAL INFORMATION TRANSMITTED BY MONKEY PARVOCELLULAR LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS NEURONS

      Visual neuroscience
    63. MATSUGU M; YUILLE AL
      SPATIOTEMPORAL INFORMATION-STORAGE IN A CONTENT-ADDRESSABLE MEMORY USING REALISTIC NEURONS

      Neural networks
    64. WENDEROTH P; ALAIS D; BURKE D; VANDERZWAN R
      THE ROLE OF THE BLOBS IN DETERMINING THE PERCEPTION OF DRIFTING PLAIDS AND THEIR MOTION AFTEREFFECTS

      Perception
    65. QIAN N; ANDERSEN RA; ADELSON EH
      TRANSPARENT MOTION PERCEPTION AS DETECTION OF UNBALANCED MOTION SIGNALS .3. MODELING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    66. HEELEY DW; BUCHANANSMITH HM
      CHANGES IN THE PERCEIVED DIRECTION OF DRIFTING PLAIDS, INDUCED BY ASYMMETRICAL CHANGES IN THE SPATIOTEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF THE UNDERLYING COMPONENTS

      Vision research
    67. BURKE D; ALAIS D; WENDEROTH P
      A ROLE FOR A LOW-LEVEL MECHANISM IN DETERMINING PLAID COHERENCE

      Vision research
    68. VICTOR JD; CONTE MM
      INVESTIGATION OF A PATIENT WITH SEVERELY IMPAIRED DIRECTION DISCRIMINATION - EVIDENCE AGAINST THE INTERSECTION-OF-CONSTRAINTS MODEL

      Vision research
    69. CROPPER SJ; BADCOCK DR; HAYES A
      ON THE ROLE OF 2ND-ORDER SIGNALS IN THE PERCEIVED DIRECTION OF MOTIONOF TYPE-II PLAID PATTERNS

      Vision research
    70. MULLER R; GREENLEE MW
      EFFECT OF CONTRAST AND ADAPTATION ON THE PERCEPTION OF THE DIRECTION AND SPEED OF DRIFTING GRATINGS

      Vision research
    71. ALAIS D; WENDEROTH P; BURKE D
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION MECHANISMS TO THE PERCEIVED DIRECTION OF DRIFTING PLAIDS AND THEIR AFTEREFFECTS

      Vision research
    72. WILSON HR; KIM J
      PERCEIVED MOTION IN THE VECTOR SUM DIRECTION

      Vision research
    73. COX MJ; DERRINGTON AM
      THE ANALYSIS OF MOTION OF 2-DIMENSIONAL PATTERNS - DO FOURIER COMPONENTS PROVIDE THE 1ST-STAGE

      Vision research
    74. GOLOMB D; KLEINFELD D; REID RC; SHAPLEY RM; SHRAIMAN BI
      ON TEMPORAL CODES AND THE SPATIOTEMPORAL RESPONSE OF NEURONS IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    75. GHOSE GM; OHZAWA I; FREEMAN RD
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD MAPS OF CORRELATED DISCHARGE BETWEEN PAIRS OF NEURONSIN THE CATS VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    76. SHEVELEV IA; SHARAEV GA; LAZAREVA NA; NOVIKOVA RV; TIKHOMIROV AS
      DYNAMICS OF ORIENTATION TUNING IN THE CAT STRIATE CORTEX NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    77. MUSSAP AJ; CRASSINI B
      BARBER-POLE ILLUSIONS AND PLAIDS - THE INFLUENCE OF APERTURE SHAPE ONMOTION PERCEPTION

      Perception
    78. COLETTA NJ; SEGU P; TIANA CLM
      AN OBLIQUE EFFECT IN PARAFOVEAL MOTION PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    79. KIM J; WILSON HR
      DEPENDENCE OF PLAID MOTION COHERENCE ON COMPONENT GRATING DIRECTIONS

      Vision research
    80. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MOTION CAPTURE CHANGES TO INDUCED MOTION AT HIGHER LUMINANCE CONTRASTS, SMALLER ECCENTRICITIES, AND LARGER INDUCER SIZES

      Vision research
    81. CASTET E; LORENCEAU J; SHIFFRAR M; BONNET C
      PERCEIVED SPEED OF MOVING LINES DEPENDS ON ORIENTATION, LENGTH, SPEEDAND LUMINANCE

      Vision research
    82. WILSON HR; MAST R
      ILLUSORY MOTION OF TEXTURE BOUNDARIES

      Vision research
    83. MORENO O; GAMES RA; TAYLOR H
      SONAR SEQUENCES FROM COSTAS ARRAYS AND THE BEST KNOWN SONAR SEQUENCESWITH UP TO 100 SYMBOLS

      IEEE transactions on information theory


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