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    1. Fu, SM; Fan, SL; Chen, L; Zhuo, Y
      The attentional effects of peripheral cueing as revealed by two event-related potential studies

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Shedden, JM; Nordgaard, CL
      ERP time course of perceptual and post-perceptual mechanisms of spatial selection

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Hoshiyama, M; Kakigi, R
      Effects of attention on pattern-reversal visual evoked potentials: Foveal field stimulation versus peripheral field stimulation

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    4. Iguchi, Y; Hashimoto, I
      Sequential information processing during a mental arithmetic is reflected in the time course of event-related brain potentials

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Greenham, SL; Stelmack, RM; Campbell, KB
      Effects of attention and semantic relation on event-related potentials in a picture-word naming task

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Van der Lubbe, RHJ; Woestenburg, JC
      Location selection in the visual domain

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Vogel, EK; Luck, SJ
      The visual N1 component as an index of a discrimination process

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Perchet, C; Garcia-Larrea, L
      Visuospatial attention and motor reaction in children: An electrophysiological study of the "Posner" paradigm

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    9. de Pascalis, V
      Psychophysiological correlates of hypnosis and hypnotic susceptibility

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPNOSIS
    10. Spantekow, A; Krappmann, P; Everling, S; Flohr, H
      Event-related potentials and saccadic reaction times: effects of fixation point offset or change

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. HILLYARD SA; VOGEL EK; LUCK SJ
      SENSORY GAIN-CONTROL (AMPLIFICATION) AS A MECHANISM OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROIMAGING EVIDENCE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    12. BELMONTE M
      SHIFTS OF VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION MODULATE A STEADY-STATE VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIAL

      Cognitive brain research
    13. DRYSDALE KA; FULHAM WR; FINLAY DC
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL RESPONSE TO ATTENDED AND UNATTENDED LOCATIONSIN AN INTERFERENCE TASK

      Biological psychology
    14. VANSWEDEN B; VANERP MG; MESOTTEN F; CREVITS L
      IMPAIRED EARLY VISUAL PROCESSING IN DISORGANIZED SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Acta neurologica belgica
    15. GIRELLI M; LUCK SJ
      ARE THE SAME ATTENTIONAL MECHANISMS USED TO DETECT VISUAL-SEARCH TARGETS DEFINED BY COLOR, ORIENTATION, AND MOTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    16. KNIGHT RT
      DISTRIBUTED CORTICAL NETWORK FOR VISUAL-ATTENTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    17. WEBER TA; KRAMER AF; MILLER GA
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF SUPERIMPOSED OBJECTS - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF OBJECT-BASED ATTENTIONAL SELECTION

      Biological psychology
    18. JOHANNES S; MUNTE TF; HEINZE HJ; MANGUN GR
      LUMINANCE AND SPATIAL ATTENTION EFFECTS ON EARLY VISUAL PROCESSING

      Cognitive brain research
    19. WRIGHT MJ; GEFFEN GM; GEFFEN LB
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING COVERT ORIENTATION OF VISUAL-ATTENTION - EFFECTS OF CUE VALIDITY AND DIRECTIONALITY

      Biological psychology
    20. LUCK SJ
      MULTIPLE MECHANISMS OF VISUAL-SPATIAL ATTENTION - RECENT-EVIDENCE FROM HUMAN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

      Behavioural brain research
    21. HEINZE HJ; MANGUN GR
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNS OF SUSTAINED AND TRANSIENT ATTENTION TO SPATIAL LOCATIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    22. ALLEN JJ; IACONO WG; LARAVUSO JJ; DUNN LA
      AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL INVESTIGATION OF POSTHYPNOTIC RECOGNITION AMNESIA

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    23. HEINZE HJ; MUNTHE TF; STEITZ J; MATZKE M
      PHARMACOPSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF OXAZEPAM AND KAVA-EXTRACT IN A VISUAL-SEARCH PARADIGM ASSESSED WITH EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Pharmacopsychiatry
    24. HUGDAHL K; NORDBY H
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES TO CUED ATTENTIONAL SHIFTS IN THE VISUAL AND AUDITORY MODALITIES

      Behavioral and neural biology
    25. LUCK SJ; HILLYARD SA
      SPATIAL-FILTERING DURING VISUAL-SEARCH - EVIDENCE FROM HUMAN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    26. LUCK SJ; HILLYARD SA; MOULOUA M; WOLDORFF MG; CLARK VP; HAWKINS HL
      EFFECTS OF SPATIAL CUEING ON LUMINANCE DETECTABILITY - PSYCHOPHYSICALAND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR EARLY SELECTION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    27. LUCK SJ; HILLYARD SA
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF FEATURE ANALYSIS DURING VISUAL-SEARCH

      Psychophysiology
    28. HEINZE HJ; LUCK SJ; MUNTE TF; GOS A; MANGUN GR; HILLYARD SA
      ATTENTION TO ADJACENT AND SEPARATE POSITIONS IN-SPACE - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

      Perception & psychophysics
    29. OTTEN LJ; RUGG MD; DOYLE MC
      MODULATION OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS BY WORD REPETITION - THE ROLE OF VISUAL SELECTIVE ATTENTION

      Psychophysiology
    30. LYTAEV SA; SHOSTAK VI
      EMOTIONAL PROCESSES IN HUMANS IN THE MECH ANISMS OF THE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT CONTRAST REVERSAL PATTERNS

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    31. LYTAEV SA; SHOSTAK VI
      ERP NEGATIVE WAVES IN THE MECHANISMS OF C LASSIFICATION OF VISUAL IMAGES WITH INCOMPLETE SET OF SIGNS

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    32. EIMER M
      SPATIAL CUEING, SENSORY GATING AND SELECTIVE RESPONSE PREPARATION - AN ERP STUDY ON VISUOSPATIAL ORIENTING

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    33. MUNTE TF; BLUM H; HEINZE HJ
      ATTENTIONAL ORIENTING TO VISUAL TARGETS A FTER VISUAL AND AUDITORY CUES - AN ANALYSIS WITH EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      EEG-EMG
    34. HEINZE HJ; JOHANNES S; THINIUS R
      NEURAL MECHANISMS OF VISUAL SELECTIVE ATT ENTION - STUDIES WITH EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      EEG-EMG


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