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    1. Vecera, SP
      Dissociating 'what' and 'how' in visual form agnosia: a computational investigation

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Kleiser, R; Wittsack, J; Niedeggen, M; Goebel, R; Stoerig, P
      Is V1 necessary for conscious vision in areas of relative cortical blindness?

      NEUROIMAGE
    3. Weiskrantz, L
      Commentary responses and conscious awareness in humans: The implications for awareness in non-human animals

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    4. Moore, DR; Rothholtz, V; King, AJ
      Hearing: Cortical activation does matter

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Petrides, M
      Detection of the facial expression of emotion in the absence of the striate cortex

      NEUROREPORT
    6. de Gelder, B; Pourtois, G; van Raamsdonk, M; Vroomen, J; Weiskrantz, L
      Unseen stimuli modulate conscious visual experience: evidence from interhemispheric summation

      NEUROREPORT
    7. Cowey, A; Stoerig, P
      Detection and discrimination of chromatic targets in hemianopic macaque monkeys and humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Thorpe, SJ; Gegenfurtner, KR; Fabre-Thorpe, M; Bulthoff, HH
      Detection of animals in natural images using far peripheral vision

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Cowey, A; Johnson, H; Stoerig, P
      The retinal projection to the pregeniculate nucleus in normal and destriate monkeys

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Natsoulas, T
      The case for intrinsic theory: V. Some arguments from James's Varieties

      JOURNAL OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR
    11. Goebel, R; Muckli, L; Zanella, FE; Singer, W; Stoerig, P
      Sustained extrastriate cortical activation without visual awareness revealed by fMRI studies of hemianopic patients

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

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    13. Moore, T; Rodman, HR; Gross, CG
      Direction of motion discrimination after early lesions of striate cortex (V1) of the macaque monkey

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. 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
    15. Afshari, MA; Afshari, NA; Fulton, AB
      Cortical visual impairment in infants and children

      INTERNATIONAL OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINICS
    16. Theoret, H; Boire, D; Herbin, M; Ptito, M
      Anatomical sparing in the superior colliculus of hemispherectomized monkeys

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Zeman, A
      Consciousness

      BRAIN
    18. Azzopardi, P; King, SM; Cowey, A
      Pattern electroretinograms after cerebral hemispherectomy

      BRAIN
    19. Morris, JS; DeGelder, B; Weiskrantz, L; Dolan, RJ
      Differential extrageniculostriate and amygdala responses to presentation of emotional faces in a cortically blind field

      BRAIN
    20. Azzopardi, P; Cowey, A
      Motion discrimination in cortically blind patients

      BRAIN
    21. Lamme, VAF
      Blindsight: the role of feedforward and feedback corticocortical connections

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    22. Atkinson, AP; Thomas, MSC; Cleeremans, A
      Consciousness: mapping the theoretical landscape

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    23. Fernandez-Duque, D; Thornton, IM
      Change detection without awareness: Do explicit reports underestimate the representation of change in the visual system?

      VISUAL COGNITION
    24. Kentridge, RW; Heywood, CA
      Metacognition and awareness

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    25. Sewards, TV; Sewards, MA
      Visual awareness due to neuronal activities in subcortical structures: A proposal

      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
    26. Walker, R; Mannan, S; Maurer, D; Pambakian, ALM; Kennard, C
      The oculomotor distractor effect in normal and hemianopic vision

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    27. Carlson, TA; He, S
      Visible binocular beats from invisible monocular stimuli during binocular rivalry

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    28. Cowey, A; Walsh, V
      Magnetically induced phosphenes in sighted, blind and blindsighted observers

      NEUROREPORT
    29. Rossion, B; de Gelder, B; Pourtois, G; Guerit, JM; Weiskrantz, L
      Early extrastriate activity without primary visual cortex in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    30. Rosa, MGP; Tweedale, R; Elston, GN
      Visual responses of neurons in the middle temporal area of New World monkeys after lesions of striate cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    31. MacAskill, MR; Anderson, TJ; Jones, RD
      Suppression of displacement in severely slowed saccades

      VISION RESEARCH
    32. Suzuki, K; Yamadori, A
      Intact verbal description of letters with diminished awareness of their forms

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    33. Owens, DA; Tyrrell, RA
      Effects of luminance, blur, and age on nighttime visual guidance: A test of the selective degradation hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    34. Ptito, M; Johannsen, P; Faubert, J; Gjedde, A
      Activation of human extrageniculostriate pathways after damage to area V1

      NEUROIMAGE
    35. Kentridge, RW; Heywood, CA; Weiskrantz, L
      Attention without awareness in blindsight

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    36. Aglioti, S; Bricolo, E; Cantagallo, A; Berlucchi, G
      Unconscious letter discrimination is enhanced by association with conscious color perception in visual form agnosia

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    37. Danckert, J; Maruff, P; Kinsella, G; de Graaff, S; Currie, J
      Attentional modulation of implicit processing of information in spatial neglect

      NEUROREPORT
    38. de Gelder, B; Vroomen, J; Pourtois, G; Weiskrantz, L
      Non-conscious recognition of affect in the absence of striate cortex

      NEUROREPORT
    39. Benson, PJ; Guo, K; Hardiman, MJ
      Cortical evoked potentials due to motion contrast in the blind hemifield

      NEUROREPORT
    40. Jackson, SR
      Pathological perceptual completion in hemianopia extends to the control ofreach-to-grasp movements

      NEUROREPORT
    41. Cowey, A; Stoerig, P
      Spectral sensitivity in hemianopic macaque monkeys

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Wessinger, CM; Fendrich, R; Gazzaniga, MS
      Variability of residual vision in hemianopic subjects

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Scharli, H; Harman, AM; Hogben, JH
      Residual vision in a subject with damaged visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Natsoulas, T
      A commentary system for consciousness?

      JOURNAL OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR
    45. Benson, PJ
      Color: How you see it, when you don't

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    46. O'Brien, G; Opie, J
      Putting content into a vehicle theory of consciousness

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    47. FAUBERT J; DIACONU V; PTITO M; PTITO A
      RESIDUAL VISION IN THE BLIND FIELD OF HEMIDECORTICATED HUMANS PREDICTED BY A DIFFUSION SCATTER MODEL AND SELECTIVE SPECTRAL ABSORPTION OF THE HUMAN EYE

      Vision research (Oxford)
    48. Cowey, A; Stoerig, P; Williams, C
      Variance in transneuronal retrograde ganglion cell degeneration in monkeysafter removal of striate cortex: effects of size of the cortical lesion

      VISION RESEARCH
    49. Solomon, JA; Morgan, MJ
      Dichoptically cancelled motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    50. Martin, E; Joeri, P; Loenneker, T; Ekatodramis, D; Vitacco, D; Hennig, J; Marcar, VL
      Visual processing in infants and children studied using functional MRI

      PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
    51. Kentridge, RW; Heywood, CA; Weiskrantz, L
      Effects of temporal cueing on residual visual discrimination in blindsight

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    52. Valentine, ER
      The possibility of a science of experience: An examination of some conceptual problems facing the study of consciousness

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    53. Theoret, H; Boire, D; Herbin, M; Ptito, M
      Stereological evaluation of substantia nigra cell number in normal and hemispherectomized monkeys

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    54. Weiskrantz, L; Cowey, A; Barbur, JL
      Differential pupillary constriction and awareness in the absence of striate cortex

      BRAIN
    55. Morland, AB; Jones, SR; Finlay, AL; Deyzac, E; Le, S; Kemp, S
      Visual perception of motion, luminance and colour in a human hemianope

      BRAIN
    56. Ptito, M; Dalby, M; Gjedde, A
      Visual field recovery in a patient with bilateral occipital lobe damage

      ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    57. Kasten, E; Wuest, S; Sabel, BA
      Residual vision in transition zones in patients with cerebral blindness

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

    58. THE COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    59. GUO K; BENSON PJ; BLAKEMORE C
      RESIDUAL MOTION DISCRIMINATION USING COLOR INFORMATION WITHOUT PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX

      NeuroReport
    60. DANCKERT J; MARUFF P; KINSELLA G; DEGRAAFF S; CURRIE J
      INVESTIGATING FORM AND COLOR-PERCEPTION IN BLINDSIGHT USING AN INTERFERENCE TASK

      NeuroReport
    61. STOERIG P; KLEINSCHMIDT A; FRAHM J
      NO VISUAL RESPONSES IN DENERVATED V1 - HIGH-RESOLUTION FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF A BLINDSIGHT PATIENT

      NeuroReport
    62. Benson, PJ; Guo, K; Blakemore, C
      Direction discrimination of moving gratings and plaids and coherence in dot displays without primary visual cortex (V1)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    63. MINIUSSI C; GIRELLI M; MARZI CA
      NEURAL SITE OF THE REDUNDANT TARGET EFFECT - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    64. SAHRAIE A; WEISKRANTZ L; BARBUR JL
      AWARENESS AND CONFIDENCE RATINGS IN MOTION PERCEPTION WITHOUT GENICULO-STRIATE PROJECTION

      Behavioural brain research
    65. SIMION F; VALENZA E; UMILTA C; DALLABARBA B
      PREFERENTIAL ORIENTING TO FACES IN NEWBORNS - A TEMPORAL-NASAL ASYMMETRY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    66. WEISKRANTZ L
      CONSCIOUSNESS AND COMMENTARIES

      International journal of psychology
    67. PORRO G; WITTEBOLPOST D; DEGRAFF M; VANNIEUWENHUIZEN O; SCHENKROOTLIEB AJF; TREFFERS WF
      DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL FUNCTION IN HEMIHYDRANENCEPHALY

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    68. MARCEL AJ
      BLINDSIGHT AND SHAPE PERCEPTION - DEFICIT OF VISUAL CONSCIOUSNESS OR OF VISUAL FUNCTION

      Brain (Print)
    69. WEISKRANTZ L; COWEY A; LEMARE C
      LEARNING FROM THE PUPIL - A SPATIAL VISUAL CHANNEL IN THE ABSENCE OF V1 IN MONKEY AND HUMAN

      Brain (Print)
    70. ZEKI S; FFYTCHE DH
      THE RIDDOCH-SYNDROME - INSIGHTS INTO THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CONSCIOUS VISION

      Brain
    71. WESSINGER CM; FENDRICH R; GAZZANIGA MS
      ISLANDS OF RESIDUAL VISION IN HEMIANOPIC PATIENTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    72. FARAH MJ; FEINBERG TE
      CONSCIOUSNESS OF PERCEPTION AFTER BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Seminars in neurology
    73. DELACOUR J
      NEUROBIOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS - AN OVERVIEW

      Behavioural brain research
    74. GILMAN D
      CONSCIOUSNESS AND MENTAL REPRESENTATION

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    75. BURKE J; HACKLEY SA
      PREPULSE EFFECTS ON THE PHOTIC EYEBLINK REFLEX - EVIDENCE FOR STARTLE-DAZZLE THEORY

      Psychophysiology
    76. MOHR G
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL EXPLO RATIONS OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS CONTROL OF BEHAVIOR

      Psychologische Rundschau
    77. WEISKRANTZ L
      THOUGHT WITHOUT LANGUAGE - THOUGHT WITHOUT AWARENESS

      Philosophy
    78. HOLLIDAY IE; ANDERSON SJ; HARDING GFA
      MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE FOR NON-GENICULOSTRIATE VISUAL INPUTTO HUMAN CORTICAL AREA V5

      Neuropsychologia
    79. COWEY A; STOERIG P
      VISUAL DETECTION IN MONKEYS WITH BLINDSIGHT

      Neuropsychologia
    80. SAHRAIE A; WEISKRANTZ L; BARBUR JL; SIMMONS A; WILLIAMS SCR
      PATTERN OF NEURONAL-ACTIVITY ASSOCIATED WITH CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS PROCESSING OF VISUAL SIGNALS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. COWEY A
      CURRENT-AWARENESS - SPOTLIGHT ON CONSCIOUSNESS - THE 1996 RONNIE-MAC-KEITH-LECTURE

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    82. TOMAIUOLO F; PTITO M; MARZI CA; PAUS T; PTITO A
      BLINDSIGHT IN HEMISPHERECTOMIZED PATIENTS AS REVEALED BY SPATIAL SUMMATION ACROSS THE VERTICAL MERIDIAN

      Brain
    83. BARTON JJS; SHARPE JA
      SMOOTH-PURSUIT AND SACCADES TO MOVING TARGETS IN BLIND HEMIFIELDS - ACOMPARISON OF MEDIAL OCCIPITAL, LATERAL OCCIPITAL AND OPTIC RADIATIONLESIONS

      Brain
    84. STOERIG P; COWEY A
      BLINDSIGHT IN MAN AND MONKEY

      Brain
    85. LANE RD; AHERN GL; SCHWARTZ GE; KASZNIAK AW
      IS ALEXITHYMIA THE EMOTIONAL EQUIVALENT OF BLINDSIGHT

      Biological psychiatry
    86. KOMISARUK BR; GERDES CA; WHIPPLE B
      COMPLETE SPINAL-CORD INJURY DOES NOT BLOCK PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO GENITAL SELF-STIMULATION IN WOMEN

      Archives of neurology
    87. RAYMOND MJ; BENNETT TL; MALIA KB; BEWICK KC
      REHABILITATION OF VISUAL PROCESSING DEFICITS FOLLOWING BRAIN INJURY

      NeuroRehabilitation
    88. BRADDICK O
      MOTION PROCESSING - WHERE IS THE NASO-TEMPORAL ASYMMETRY

      Current biology
    89. PERENIN MT; ROSSETTI Y
      GRASPING WITHOUT FORM DISCRIMINATION IN A HEMIANOPIC FIELD

      NeuroReport
    90. STOERIG P; FAUBERT J; PTITO M; DIACONU V; PTITO A
      NO BLINDSIGHT FOLLOWING HEMIDECORTICATION IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      NeuroReport
    91. KOCH C; BRAUN J
      TOWARDS THE NEURONAL CORRELATE OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    92. KING SM; AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A; OXBURY J; OXBURY S
      THE ROLE OF LIGHT SCATTER IN THE RESIDUAL VISUAL SENSITIVITY OF PATIENTS WITH COMPLETE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERECTOMY

      Visual neuroscience
    93. SORENSON KM; RODMAN HR
      THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS DOES NOT PROJECT TO AREA TE IN INFANT OR ADULT MACAQUES

      Neuroscience letters
    94. KOCH C; BRAUN J
      THE FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    95. HACKLEY SA; JOHNSON LN
      DISTINCT EARLY AND LATE SUBCOMPONENTS OF THE PHOTIC BLINK REFLEX - RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS IN PATIENTS WITH RETROGENICULATE LESIONS

      Psychophysiology
    96. MARZI CA; SMANIA N; MARTINI MC; GAMBINA G; TOMELLERI G; PALAMARA A; ALESSANDRINI F; PRIOR M
      IMPLICIT REDUNDANT TARGETS EFFECT IN VISUAL EXTINCTION

      Neuropsychologia
    97. MOORE T; RODMAN HR; REPP AB; GROSS CG; MEZRICH RS
      GREATER RESIDUAL VISION IN MONKEYS AFTER STRIATE CORTEX DAMAGE IN INFANCY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    98. STOERIG P; COWEY A
      VISUAL-PERCEPTION AND PHENOMENAL CONSCIOUSNESS

      Behavioural brain research
    99. WEISKRANTZ L
      THE PROBLEM OF ANIMAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN RELATION TO NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

      Behavioural brain research
    100. BLOCK N
      ON A CONFUSION ABOUT A FUNCTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS

      Behavioral and brain sciences


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