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    1. Eagleman, DM
      Visual illusions and neurobiology

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Engel, AK; Singer, W
      Temporal binding and the neural correlates of sensory awareness

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    3. Revonsuo, A
      Can functional brain imaging discover consciousness in the brain?

      JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES
    4. Rees, G
      Can philosophy discover consciousness in the brain? Commentary on Revonsuo'Can functional brain imaging discover consciousness in the brain?'

      JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES
    5. Rees, G
      Neuroimaging of visual awareness in patients and normal subjects

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    6. Ellis, SP
      Topology of ambiguity

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    7. Hasson, U; Hendler, T; Ben Bashat, D; Malach, R
      Vase or face? A neural correlate of shape-selective grouping processes in the human brain

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Boutet, I; Chaudhuri, A
      Multistability of overlapped face stimuli is dependent upon orientation

      PERCEPTION
    9. Bonneh, Y; Sagi, D; Karni, A
      A transition between eye and object rivalry determined by stimulus coherence

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. He, S; Davis, WL
      Filling-in at the natural blind spot contributes to binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Fries, P; Schroder, JH; Singer, W; Engel, AK
      Conditions of perceptual selection and suppression during interocular rivalry in strabismic and normal cats

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Domini, F; Braunstein, ML
      Influence of a stereo surface on the perceived tilt of a monocular line

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    13. Wilson, HR; Blake, R; Lee, SH
      Dynamics of travelling waves in visual perception

      NATURE
    14. Bonneh, YS; Cooperman, A; Sagi, D
      Motion-induced blindness in normal observers

      NATURE
    15. Tong, F; Engel, SA
      Interocular rivalry revealed in the human cortical blind-spot representation

      NATURE
    16. Lebedev, MA; Douglass, DK; Moody, SL; Wise, SP
      Prefrontal cortex neurons reflecting reports of a visual illusion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Kanwisher, N
      Neural events and perceptual awareness

      COGNITION
    18. Wilson, HR; Krupa, B; Wilkinson, F
      Dynamics of perceptual oscillations in form vision

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Miller, SM; Liu, GB; Ngo, TT; Hooper, G; Riek, S; Carson, RG; Pettigrew, JD
      Interhemispheric switching mediates perceptual rivalry

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    20. Sengpiel, F
      Visual perception: An alternative view of perceptual rivalry

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    21. Suzuki, S; Peterson, MA
      Multiplicative effects of intention on the perception of bistable apparentmotion

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    22. Kalarickal, GJ; Marshall, JA
      Neural model of temporal and stochastic properties of binocular rivalry

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    23. Tononi, G; Edelman, GM
      Schizophrenia and the mechanisms of conscious integration

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    24. Nishida, S; Ashida, H
      A hierarchical structure of motion system revealed by interocular transferof flicker motion aftereffects

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Anstis, SM
      Monocular lustre from flicker

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Vetter, G; Haynes, JD; Pfaff, S
      Evidence for multistability in the visual perception of pigeons

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Matthews, N; Geesaman, BJ; Qian, N
      The dependence of motion repulsion and rivalry on the distance between moving elements

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Thompson, KG; Schall, JD
      Antecedents and correlates of visual detection and awareness in macaque prefrontal cortex

      VISION RESEARCH
    29. Ikeda, K; Morotomi, T
      Feature-specific priming effects upon short duration binocular rivalry

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    30. Leopold, DA; Logothetis, NK
      Multistable phenomena: Changing views in perception

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    31. Andrews, TJ; Blakemore, C
      Form and motion have independent access to consciousness

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Kirschfeld, K
      Afterimages: A tool for defining the neural correlate of visual consciousness

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    33. Kaernbach, C; Schroger, E; Jacobsen, T; Roeber, U
      Effects of consciousness on human brain waves following binocular rivalry

      NEUROREPORT
    34. Valle-Inclan, F; Hackley, SA; de Labra, C; Alvarez, A
      Early visual processing during binocular rivalry studied with visual evoked potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    35. Blake, R; Ahlstrom, U; Alais, D
      Perceptual priming by invisible motion

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    36. Wong, EM; Freeman, AW
      Colour but not form patterns combine between the eyes

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    37. Vanni, S; Portin, K; Virsu, V; Hari, R
      Mu rhythm modulation during changes of visual percepts

      NEUROSCIENCE
    38. Burke, D; Alais, D; Wenderoth, P
      Determinants of fusion of dichoptically presented orthogonal gratings

      PERCEPTION
    39. Srinivasan, R; Russell, DP; Edelman, GM; Tononi, G
      Increased synchronization of neuromagnetic responses during conscious perception

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    40. Brown, RJ; Candy, TR; Norcia, AM
      Development of rivalry and dichoptic masking in human infants

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    41. Lee, SH; Blake, R
      Rival ideas about binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Alais, D; Blake, R
      Grouping visual features during binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    43. Bonneh, Y; Sagi, D
      Configuration saliency revealed in short duration binocular rivalry

      VISION RESEARCH
    44. HUMPHREY GK; GOODALE MA
      PROBING UNCONSCIOUS VISUAL PROCESSING WITH THE MCCOLLOUGH EFFECT

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    45. CRICK F; KOCH C
      CONSCIOUSNESS AND NEUROSCIENCE

      Cerebral cortex
    46. PETTIGREW JD; MILLER SM
      A STICKY INTERHEMISPHERIC SWITCH IN BIPOLAR DISORDER

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    47. LANGLEY K; FLEET DJ; HIBBARD PB
      LINEAR AND NONLINEAR TRANSPARENCIES IN BINOCULAR VISION

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    48. LOGOTHETIS NK
      SINGLE UNITS AND CONSCIOUS VISION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    49. VANDERZWAN R; LEO E; JOUNG W; LATIMER C; WENDEROTH P
      EVIDENCE THAT BOTH AREA V1 AND EXTRASTRIATE VISUAL-CORTEX CONTRIBUTE TO SYMMETRY PERCEPTION

      Current biology
    50. HERZAU V
      INTEROCULAR INHIBITION IN STRABISMUS

      Der Ophthalmologe
    51. Bachmann, T
      Filling-in as a within-level propagation may be an illusion

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    52. SENGPIEL F; BADDELEY RJ; FREEMAN TCB; HARRAD R; BLAKEMORE C
      DIFFERENT MECHANISMS UNDERLIE 3 INHIBITORY PHENOMENA IN CAT AREA-17

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

      Vision research (Oxford)
    54. LUMER ED; FRISTON KJ; REES G
      NEURAL CORRELATES OF PERCEPTUAL RIVALRY IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Science
    55. Tononi, G; Edelman, GM
      Neuroscience - Consciousness and complexity

      SCIENCE
    56. SOHMIYA S; SOHMIYA K; SOHMIYA T
      CONNECTION BETWEEN SYNCHRONIZATION OF OSCILLATORY ACTIVITIES AT EARLYSTAGES AND A FINAL STAGE IN THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Perceptual and motor skills
    57. PIANTA MJ; KALLONIATIS M
      CHARACTERISTICS OF ANISOMETROPIC SUPPRESSION - SIMPLE REACTION-TIME MEASUREMENTS

      Perception & psychophysics
    58. TONONI G; SRINIVASAN R; RUSSELL DP; EDELMAN GM
      INVESTIGATING NEURAL CORRELATES OF CONSCIOUS PERCEPTION BY FREQUENCY-TAGGED NEUROMAGNETIC RESPONSES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. WEI M; SUN FC
      THE ALTERNATION OF OPTOKINETIC RESPONSES DRIVEN BY MOVING STIMULI IN HUMANS

      Brain research
    60. SCHWARTZ SH
      SELECTIVE MASKING OF THE ACHROMATIC SYSTEM CAN BE CORTICALLY MEDIATED

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    61. BACHMANN T
      VISIBILITY OF BRIEF IMAGES - THE DUAL-PROCESS APPROACH

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    62. BLAKE R
      WHAT CAN BE PERCEIVED IN THE ABSENCE OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Current directions in psychological science
    63. VICKERY RM; MORLEY JW
      ORIENTATION-DEPENDENT BINOCULAR INTERACTIONS IN AREA 21A OF THE CAT

      NeuroReport
    64. TREUE S
      LICENSE TO SEE - FOR ONE EYE ONLY

      Neuron
    65. THIELE A; BREMMER F; ILG UJ; HOFFMANN KP
      VISUAL RESPONSES OF NEURONS FROM AREAS V1 AND MT IN A MONKEY WITH LATE-ONSET STRABISMUS - A CASE-STUDY

      Vision research
    66. OSHEA RP; SIMS AJH; GOVAN DG
      THE EFFECT OF SPATIAL-FREQUENCY AND FIELD SIZE ON THE SPREAD OF EXCLUSIVE VISIBILITY IN BINOCULAR-RIVALRY

      Vision research
    67. BROWN RJ; NORCIA AM
      A METHOD FOR INVESTIGATING BINOCULAR-RIVALRY IN REAL-TIME WITH THE STEADY-STATE VEP

      Vision research
    68. GOREA A; AGONIE C
      2D MOTION ALIASING YIELDING 3D AMBIGUITY - A STUDY WITH VARIANTS OF ANECKER CUBE

      Vision research
    69. GROSSBERG S
      CORTICAL DYNAMICS OF 3-DIMENSIONAL FIGURE-GROUND PERCEPTION OF 2-DIMENSIONAL PICTURES

      Psychological review
    70. SHENBERG DL; LOGOTHETIS NK
      THE ROLE OF TEMPORAL CORTICAL AREAS IN PERCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. FRIES P; ROELFSEMA PR; ENGEL AK; KONIG P; SINGER W
      SYNCHRONIZATION OF OSCILLATORY RESPONSES IN VISUAL-CORTEX CORRELATES WITH PERCEPTION IN INTEROCULAR RIVALRY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. MARSHALL JA; KALARICKAL GJ; GRAVES EB
      NEURAL MODEL OF VISUAL STEREOMATCHING - SLANT, TRANSPARENCY AND CLOUDS

      Network
    73. HARRAD RA; WHITAKER A; LAIDLAW A
      UNTITLED

      Eye
    74. HARRAD R
      PSYCHOPHYSICS OF SUPPRESSION

      Eye
    75. MALLOT HA; GILLNER S; ARNDT PA
      IS CORRESPONDENCE SEARCH IN HUMAN STEREO VISION A COARSE-TO-FINE PROCESS

      Biological cybernetics
    76. YEH SL; CHEN IP; DEVALOIS KK; DEVALOIS RL
      FIGURAL AFTEREFFECTS AND SPATIAL ATTENTION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    77. KOCH C; BRAUN J
      THE FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    78. FREEMAN AW; NGUYEN VA; JOLLY N
      COMPONENTS OF VISUAL-ACUITY LOSS IN STRABISMUS

      Vision research
    79. WOLFE JM
      VISION - RESOLVING PERCEPTUAL AMBIGUITY

      Nature
    80. HARRAD R; SENGPIEL F; BLAKEMORE C
      PHYSIOLOGY OF SUPPRESSION IN STRABISMIC AMBLYOPIA

      British journal of ophthalmology
    81. SENGPIEL F; FREEMAN TCB; BLAKEMORE C
      INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION IN CAT STRIATE CORTEX IS NOT ORIENTATION SELECTIVE

      NeuroReport
    82. ALAM MS; KARIM MA; ZHENG SH; IFTEKHARUDDIN KM
      FIELD-OF-VIEW OVERLAP EFFECTS IN HELMET-MOUNTED NIGHT-VISION SYSTEMS

      Microwave and optical technology letters
    83. UTTAL WR; BARUCH T; ALLEN L
      DICHOPTIC AND PHYSICAL INFORMATION COMBINATION - A COMPARISON

      Perception
    84. KLINGER MR; GREENWALD AG
      UNCONSCIOUS PRIMING OF ASSOCIATION JUDGMENTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    85. GOMEZ C; ARGANDONA ED; SOLIER RG; ANGULO JC; VAZQUEZ M
      TIMING AND COMPETITION IN NETWORKS REPRESENTING AMBIGUOUS FIGURES

      Brain and cognition
    86. DONNELLY M; MILLER RJ
      INGESTED ETHANOL AND BINOCULAR-RIVALRY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    87. SENGPIEL F; BLAKEMORE C; HARRAD R
      INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION IN THE PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX - A POSSIBLE NEURAL BASIS OF BINOCULAR-RIVALRY

      Vision research
    88. LIU L; SCHOR CM
      BINOCULAR COMBINATION OF CONTRAST SIGNALS FROM ORTHOGONAL ORIENTATIONCHANNELS

      Vision research
    89. RIDDER WH; TOMLINSON A
      SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BLINK SUPPRESSION IN NORMAL OBSERVERS

      Vision research
    90. SOHMIYA T; SOHMIYA K
      EXPLANATION OF ILLUSORY CONTOURS IN TERMS OF STRENGTH OF PATTERN AND ITS SPREAD EFFECT

      Perceptual and motor skills
    91. NORMAN JF; TODD JT
      THE PERCEPTION OF 3-D STRUCTURE FROM CONTRADICTORY OPTICAL-PATTERNS

      Perception & psychophysics
    92. SMITH EL; FERN K; MANNY R; HARWERTH RS
      INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION PRODUCED BY RIVALRY STIMULI - A COMPARISON OFNORMAL AND ABNORMAL BINOCULAR VISION

      Optometry and vision science
    93. RAMACHANDRAN VS; COBB S; LEVI L
      THE NEURAL LOCUS OF BINOCULAR-RIVALRY AND MONOCULAR DIPLOPIA IN INTERMITTENT EXOTROPES

      NeuroReport
    94. VANDERZWAN R; WENDEROTH P
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL EVIDENCE FOR AREA V2 INVOLVEMENT IN THE REDUCTION OF SUBJECTIVE CONTOUR TILT AFTEREFFECTS BY BINOCULAR-RIVALRY

      Visual neuroscience
    95. WADE NJ
      A SELECTIVE HISTORY OF THE STUDY OF VISUAL-MOTION AFTEREFFECTS

      Perception
    96. THOMPSON P; WRIGHT J
      THE ROLE OF INTERVENING PATTERNS IN THE STORAGE OF THE MOVEMENT AFTEREFFECT

      Perception
    97. SENGPIEL F; BLAKEMORE C; KIND PC; HARRAD R
      INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX OF STRABISMIC CATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    98. LIU L; SCHOR CM
      THE SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF BINOCULAR SUPPRESSION ZONE

      Vision research
    99. OOI TL; LOOP MS
      VISUAL SUPPRESSION AND ITS EFFECT UPON COLOR AND LUMINANCE SENSITIVITY

      Vision research
    100. FREEMAN AW; JOLLY N
      VISUAL-LOSS DURING INTEROCULAR SUPPRESSION IN NORMAL AND STRABISMIC SUBJECTS

      Vision research


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