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    1. Itti, L; Koch, C
      Computational modelling of visual attention

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Deco, G; Zihl, J
      Top-down selective visual attention: A neurodynamical approach

      VISUAL COGNITION
    3. Lorenceau, J; Alais, D
      Form constraints in motion binding

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Schroeder, CE; Mehta, AD; Foxe, JJ
      Determinants and mechanisms of attentional modulation of neural processing

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    5. Tootell, RBH; Hadjikhani, N
      Where is 'dorsal V4' in human visual cortex? Retinotopic, topographic and functional evidence

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    6. van der Velde, F; de Kamps, M
      From knowing what to knowing where: Modeling object-based attention with feedback disinhibition of activation

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Tolias, AS; Moore, T; Smirnakis, SM; Tehovnik, EJ; Siapas, AG; Schiller, PH
      Eye movements modulate visual receptive fields of V4 neurons

      NEURON
    8. Gerstein, GL; Kirkland, KL
      Neural assemblies: technical issues, analysis, and modeling

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    9. Kulikowski, JJ; Stanikunas, R; Jurkutaitis, M; Vaitkevicius, H; Murray, IJ
      Colour and brightness shifts for isoluminant samples and backgrounds

      COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION
    10. Sakagami, M; Tsutsui, K; Lauwereyns, J; Koizumi, M; Kobayashi, S; Hikosaka, O
      A code for behavioral inhibition on the basis of color, but not motion, inventrolateral prefrontal cortex of macaque monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Hanazawa, A; Komatsu, H
      Influence of the direction of elemental luminance gradients on the responses of V4 cells to textured surfaces

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Treue, S
      Neural correlates of attention in primate visual cortex

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    13. Fiser, J; Subramaniam, S; Biederman, I
      Size tuning in the absence of spatial frequency tuning in object recognition

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Girkin, CA; Miller, NR
      Central disorders of vision in humans

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    15. Laarni, J
      Colour-cueing in visual search

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Zaksas, D; Bisley, JW; Pasternak, T
      Motion information is spatially localized in a visual working-memory task

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Rodman, HR; Sorenson, KM; Shim, AJ; Hexter, DP
      Calbindin immunoreactivity in the geniculo-extrastriate system of the macaque: Implications for heterogeneity in the koniocellular pathway and recovery from cortical damage

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    18. Pigarev, IN; Nothdurft, HC; Kastner, S
      Neurons with large bilateral receptive fields in monkey prelunate gyrus

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Grossberg, S
      The complementary brain: unifying brain dynamics and modularity

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    20. Patel, GA; Sathian, K
      Visual search: Bottom-up or top-down?

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    21. Lamme, VAF; Spekreijse, H
      Modulations of primary visual cortex activity representing attentive and conscious scene perception

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    22. Connor, CE
      Visual perception: Monkeys see things our way

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    23. Walsh, V; Le Mare, C; Blaimire, A; Cowey, A
      Normal discrimination performance accompanied by priming deficits in monkeys with V4 or TEO lesions

      NEUROREPORT
    24. Bremmer, F
      Eye position effects in macaque area V4

      NEUROREPORT
    25. Merigan, WH
      Cortical area V4 is critical for certain texture discriminations, but thiseffect is not dependent on attention

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Zhang, J; Abbott, LF
      Gain modulation of recurrent networks

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    27. Leonards, U; Sunaert, S; Van Hecke, P; Orban, GA
      Attention mechanisms in visual search - An fMRI study

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Zhou, H; Friedman, HS; von der Heydt, R
      Coding of border ownership in monkey visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Kondo, H; Komatsu, H
      Suppression on neuronal responses by a metacontrast masking stimulus in monkey V4

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    30. Solomon, JA; Morgan, MJ
      Facilitation from collinear flanks is cancelled by non-collinear flanks

      VISION RESEARCH
    31. Zenger, B; Braun, J; Koch, C
      Attentional effects on contrast detection in the presence of surround masks

      VISION RESEARCH
    32. Yoshizawa, T; Mullen, KT; Baker, CL
      Absence of a chromatic linear motion mechanism in human vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    33. Roelfsema, PR; Lamme, VAF; Spekreijse, H
      The implementation of visual routines

      VISION RESEARCH
    34. von Muhlenen, A; Muller, HJ
      Perceptual integration of motion and form information: Evidence of parallel-continuous processing

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    35. Moutoussis, K; Zeki, S
      A psychophysical dissection of the brain sites involved in color-generating comparisons

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Dannemiller, JL
      Competition in early exogenous orienting between 7 and 21 weeks

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    37. Op De Beeck, H; Vogels, R
      Spatial sensitivity of macaque inferior temporal neurons

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    38. Cohen, L; Dehaene, S; Naccache, L; Lehericy, S; Dehaene-Lambertz, G; Henaff, MA; Michel, F
      The visual word form area - Spatial and temporal characterization of an initial stage of reading in normal subjects and posterior split-brain patients

      BRAIN
    39. Merigan, WH
      Sorting the wheat from the chaff in visual perception

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    40. De Weerd, P; Peralta, MR; Desimone, R; Ungerleider, LG
      Loss of attentional stimulus selection after extrastriate cortical lesionsin macaques

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    41. Brefczynski, JA; DeYoe, EA
      A physiological correlate of the 'spotlight' of visual attention

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Kirkland, KL; Gerstein, GL
      A feedback model of attention and context dependence in visual cortical networks

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Chelazzi, L
      Serial attention mechanisms in visual search: A critical look at the evidence

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    44. Ruttiger, L; Braun, DI; Gegenfurtner, KR; Petersen, D; Schonle, P; Sharpe, LT
      Selective color constancy deficits after circumscribed unilateral brain lesions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    45. McAdams, CJ; Maunsell, JHR
      Effects of attention on orientation-tuning functions of single neurons in macaque cortical area V4

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    46. Sewards, TV; Sewards, MA
      Alpha-band oscillations in visual cortex: part of the neural correlate of visual awareness?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    47. Vidyasagar, TR
      A neuronal model of attentional spotlight: parietal guiding the temporal

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    48. Bullier, J
      Visual perception is too fast to be impenetrable to cognition

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    49. Lee, DK; Koch, C; Braun, J
      Attentional capacity is undifferentiated: Concurrent discrimination of form, color, and motion

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    50. Karatekin, C; Lazareff, JA; Asarnow, RF
      Parallel and serial search in two teenagers with lesions of the mesial parietal cortex

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    51. Mendola, JD; Corkin, S
      Visual discrimination and attention after bilateral temporal-lobe lesions:A case study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    52. Mendola, JD; Rizzo, JF; Cosgrove, GR; Cole, AJ; Black, P; Corkin, S
      Visual discrimination after anterior temporal lobectomy in humans

      NEUROLOGY
    53. Walsh, V
      How does the cortex construct color?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    54. Safran, AB; Achard, O; Duret, F; Landis, T
      The "thin man" phenomenon: a sign of cortical plasticity following inferior homonymous paracentral scotomas

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    55. Lieb, K; Brucker, S; Bach, M; Els, T; Lucking, CH; Greenlee, MW
      Impairment in preattentive visual processing in patients with Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN
    56. Frassinetti, F; Nichelli, P; di Pellegrino, G
      Selective horizontal dysmetropsia following prestriate lesion

      BRAIN
    57. Iovino, I; Fletcher, JM; Breitmeyer-, BG; Foorman, BR
      Colored overlays for visual perceptual deficits in children with reading disability and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Are they differentially effective?

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    58. WOJCIULIK E; KANWISHER N
      IMPLICIT BUT NOT EXPLICIT FEATURE BINDING IN A BALINTS PATIENT

      Visual cognition
    59. Willis, A; Anderson, SJ
      Separate colour-opponent mechanisms underlie the detection and discrimination of moving chromatic targets

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    60. MERIGAN WH; PHAM HA
      V4 LESIONS IN MACAQUES AFFECT BOTH SINGLE-VIEWPOINT AND MULTIPLE-VIEWPOINT SHAPE DISCRIMINATIONS

      Visual neuroscience
    61. HUXLIN KR; MERIGAN WH
      DEFICITS IN COMPLEX VISUAL-PERCEPTION FOLLOWING UNILATERAL TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    62. GRUNEWALD A; GROSSBERG S
      SELF-ORGANIZATION OF BINOCULAR DISPARITY TUNING BY RECIPROCAL CORTICOGENICULATE INTERACTIONS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    63. HERZOG MH; FAHLE M
      MODELING PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING - DIFFICULTIES AND HOW THEY CAN BE OVERCOME

      Biological cybernetics
    64. PIGAREV IN; RODIONOVA EI
      2 VISUAL AREAS LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE SUPRASYLVIAN GYRUS (CYTOARCHITECTONIC FIELD-7) OF THE CATS CORTEX

      Neuroscience
    65. LANGE JJ; WIJERS AA; MULDER LJ; MULDER G
      COLOR SELECTION AND LOCATION SELECTION IN ERPS - DIFFERENCES, SIMILARITIES AND NEURAL SPECIFICITY

      Biological psychology
    66. Lennie, P
      Single units and visual cortical organization

      PERCEPTION
    67. WANG G; TANIFUJI M; TANAKA K
      FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN MONKEY INFEROTEMPORAL CORTEX REVEALED BY IN-VIVO OPTICAL IMAGING

      Neuroscience research
    68. MOORE CM; EGETH H
      HOW DOES FEATURE-BASED ATTENTION AFFECT VISUAL PROCESSING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    69. KARATEKIN C; ASARNOW RF
      COMPONENTS OF VISUAL-SEARCH IN CHILDHOOD-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER/

      Journal of abnormal child psychology
    70. CAPUTO G; GUERRA S
      ATTENTIONAL SELECTION BY DISTRACTOR SUPPRESSION

      Vision research
    71. WILKINSON F; WILSON HR; HABAK C
      DETECTION AND RECOGNITION OF RADIAL FREQUENCY PATTERNS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    72. WILSON HR; WILKINSON F
      DETECTION OF GLOBAL STRUCTURE IN GLASS PATTERNS - IMPLICATIONS FOR FORM VISION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    73. MOTTER BC; BELKY EJ
      THE GUIDANCE OF EYE-MOVEMENTS DURING ACTIVE VISUAL-SEARCH

      Vision research (Oxford)
    74. BRAUN J; JULESZ B
      WITHDRAWING ATTENTION AT LITTLE OR NO COST - DETECTION AND DISCRIMINATION TASKS

      Perception & psychophysics
    75. MOORE T; TOLIAS AS; SCHILLER PH
      VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS DURING SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. HEYWOOD CA; NICHOLAS JJ; LEMARE C; COWEY A
      THE EFFECT OF LESIONS TO CORTICAL AREAS V4 OR AIT ON PUPILLARY RESPONSES TO CHROMATIC AND ACHROMATIC STIMULI IN MONKEYS

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. ULLMAN S
      3-DIMENSIONAL OBJECT RECOGNITION BASED ON THE COMBINATION OF VIEWS

      Cognition
    78. ZEKI S; MARINI L
      3 CORTICAL STAGES OF COLOR PROCESSING IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Brain (Print)
    79. TSOTSOS JK
      LIMITED CAPACITY OF ANY REALIZABLE PERCEPTUAL SYSTEM IS A SUFFICIENT REASON FOR ATTENTIVE BEHAVIOR

      Consciousness and cognition
    80. GREENLEE MW; KOESSLER M; CORNELISSEN FW; MERGNER T
      VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION AND SHORT-TERM-MEMORY FOR RANDOM PATTERNS IN PATIENTS WITH A FOCAL CORTICAL LESION

      Cerebral cortex
    81. MERIGAN W; FREEMAN A; MEYERS SP
      PARALLEL-PROCESSING STREAMS IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX

      NeuroReport
    82. PIGAREV IN; NOTHDURFT HC; KASTNER S
      EVIDENCE FOR ASYNCHRONOUS DEVELOPMENT OF SLEEP IN CORTICAL AREAS

      NeuroReport
    83. VALBERG A; RUDVIN I
      POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MAGNOCELLULAR-PATHWAY AND PARVOCELLULAR-PATHWAY CELLS TO TRANSIENT VEPS

      Visual neuroscience
    84. CONNER CE; PREDDIE DC; GALLANT JL; VANESSEN DC
      SPATIAL ATTENTION EFFECTS IN MACAQUE AREA V4

      The Journal of neuroscience
    85. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      SELECTIVE TEMPORAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PROCESSING STREAMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    86. LEE DK; KOCH C; BRAUN J
      SPATIAL VISION THRESHOLDS IN THE NEAR ABSENCE OF ATTENTION

      Vision research
    87. WATSON DG; HUMPHREYS GW
      VISUAL MARKING - PRIORITIZING SELECTION FOR NEW OBJECTS BY TOP-DOWN ATTENTIONAL INHIBITION OF OLD OBJECTS

      Psychological review
    88. ASHBRIDGE E; WALSH V; COWEY A
      TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF VISUAL-SEARCH STUDIED BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Neuropsychologia
    89. BIEDERMAN I; GERHARDSTEIN PC; COOPER EE; NELSON CA
      HIGH-LEVEL OBJECT RECOGNITION WITHOUT AN ANTERIOR INFERIOR TEMPORAL-LOBE

      Neuropsychologia
    90. SALINAS E; ABBOTT LF
      INVARIANT VISUAL RESPONSES FROM ATTENTIONAL GAIN FIELDS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    91. LUCK SJ; GIRELLI M; MCDERMOTT MT; FORD MA
      BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN MONKEY NEUROPHYSIOLOGY AND HUMAN PERCEPTION - AN AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION THEORY OF VISUAL SELECTIVE ATTENTION

      Cognitive psychology
    92. MCKEEFRY DJ; ZEKI S
      THE POSITION AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE HUMAN COLOR-CENTER AS REVEALED BY FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Brain
    93. KULIKOWSKI JJ; VAITKEVICIUS H
      COLOR CONSTANCY AS A FUNCTION OF HUE

      Acta psychologica
    94. WALL M
      POSTGENICULATE AFFERENT VISUAL-SYSTEM AND VISUAL HIGHER CORTICAL FUNCTION, 1994

      Journal of neuro-ophthalmology
    95. DEWEERD P; DESIMONE R; UNGERLEIDER LG
      CUE-DEPENDENT DEFICITS IN GRATING ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION AFTER V4LESIONS IN MACAQUES

      Visual neuroscience
    96. MERIGAN WH
      BASIC VISUAL CAPACITIES AND SHAPE-DISCRIMINATION AFTER LESIONS OF EXTRASTRIATE AREA V4 IN MACAQUES

      Visual neuroscience
    97. USHER M; NIEBUR E
      MODELING THE TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF IT NEURONS IN VISUAL-SEARCH - A MECHANISM FOR TOP-DOWN SELECTIVE ATTENTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    98. KOECHLIN E; BURNOD Y
      DUAL POPULATION CODING IN THE NEOCORTEX - A MODEL OF INTERACTION BETWEEN REPRESENTATION AND ATTENTION IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    99. WATANABE J; IWAI E
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN MONKEY VISUAL AREAS V1, V2, V4, AND TEO DURING FIXATION TASK

      Brain research bulletin
    100. LAARNI J; KOSKI M; NYMAN G
      EFFICIENCY OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION - SELECTION BY COLOR AND LOCATION COMPARED

      Perception


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