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    1. Raizada, RDS; Grossberg, S
      Context-sensitive binding by the laminar circuits of V1 and V2: A unified model of perceptual grouping, attention, and orientation contrast

      VISUAL COGNITION
    2. Zetzsche, C; Krieger, G
      Nonlinear mechanisms and higher-order statistics in biological vision and electronic image processing: review and perspectives

      JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC IMAGING
    3. Murakami, I; Cavanagh, P
      Visual jitter: evidence for visual-motion-based compensation of retinal slip due to small eye movements

      VISION RESEARCH
    4. Sigman, M; Cecchi, GA; Gilbert, CD; Magnasco, MO
      On a common circle: Natural scenes and Gestalt rules

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Jones, HE; Grieve, KL; Wang, W; Sillito, AM
      Surround suppression in primate V1

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Sceniak, MP; Hawken, MJ; Shapley, R
      Visual spatial characterization of macaque V1 neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Lamme, VAF; Spekreijse, H
      Modulations of primary visual cortex activity representing attentive and conscious scene perception

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    8. Nothdurft, HC; Gallant, JL; Van Essen, DC
      Response profiles to texture border patterns in area V1

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Nothdurft, HC
      Salience from feature contrast: variations with texture density

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Gilbert, C; Ito, M; Kapadia, M; Westheimer, G
      Interactions between attention, context and learning in primary visual cortex

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Born, RT
      Center-surround interactions in the middle temporal visual area of the owlmonkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Li, W; Thier, P; Wehrhahn, C
      Contextual influence on orientation discrimination of humans and responsesof neurons in V1 of alert monkeys

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. Weller, RE; White, DM; Walton, MMG
      Intrinsic connections in the caudal subdivision of the dorsolateral visualarea (DLC) in squirrel monkeys

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    14. Jones, HE; Andolina, IM; Oakely, NM; Murphy, PC; Sillito, AM
      Spatial summation in lateral geniculate nucleus and visual cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Li, ZP
      Visual segmentation by contextual influences via intra-cortical interactions in the primary visual cortex

      NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS
    16. Kastner, S; Nothdurft, HC; Pigarev, IN
      Neuronal responses to orientation and motion contrast in cat striate cortex

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Nothdurft, HC; Gallant, JL; Van Essen, DC
      Response modulation by texture surround in primate area V1: Correlates of "popout" under anesthesia

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Ito, M; Gilbert, CD
      Attention modulates contextual influences in the primary visual cortex of alert monkeys

      NEURON
    19. Chelazzi, L
      Serial attention mechanisms in visual search: A critical look at the evidence

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    20. Spillmann, L
      From elements to perception: Local and global processing in visual neurons

      PERCEPTION
    21. Sereno, ME; Sereno, MI
      2-D center-surround effects on 3-D structure-from-motion

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    22. Li, CY; Lei, JJ; Yao, HS
      Shift in speed selectivity of visual cortical neurons: A neural basis of perceived motion contrast

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Li, ZP
      Contextual influences in V1 as a basis for pop out and asymmetry in visualsearch

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    24. Eifuku, S; Wurtz, RH
      Response to motion in extrastriate area MSTl: Disparity sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. MacEvoy, SP; Kim, W; Paradiso, MA
      Integration of surface information in primary visual cortex

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    26. LOGOTHETIS NK
      SINGLE UNITS AND CONSCIOUS VISION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    27. UCHIYAMA H; NAKAMURA S; IMAZONO T
      LONG-RANGE COMPETITION AMONG THE NEURONS PROJECTING CENTRIFUGALLY TO THE QUAIL RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    28. BRADLEY DC; ANDERSEN RA
      CENTER-SURROUND ANTAGONISM BASED ON DISPARITY IN PRIMATE AREA MT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    29. SIMONCELLI EP; HEEGER DJ
      A MODEL OF NEURONAL RESPONSES IN VISUAL AREA MT

      Vision research
    30. PACK C; MINGOLLA E
      GLOBAL INDUCED MOTION AND VISUAL-STABILITY IN AN OPTIC FLOW ILLUSION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    31. EIFUKU S; WURTZ RH
      RESPONSE TO MOTION IN EXTRASTRIATE AREA MST1 - CENTER-SURROUND INTERACTIONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    32. MCKEEFRY DJ; WATSON JDG; FRACKOWIAK RSJ; FONG K; ZEKI S
      THE ACTIVITY IN HUMAN AREAS V1 V2, V3, AND V5 DURING THE PERCEPTION OF COHERENT AND INCOHERENT MOTION/

      NeuroImage
    33. XIAO DK; RAIGUEL S; MARCAR V; ORBAN GA
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF THE ANTAGONISTIC SURROUND OF MT V5 NEURONS/

      Cerebral cortex
    34. SHERK H; MULLIGAN K; KIM JN
      NEURONAL RESPONSES IN EXTRASTRIATE CORTEX TO OBJECTS IN OPTIC FLOW-FIELDS

      Visual neuroscience
    35. LEVITT JB; LUND JS
      CONTRAST DEPENDENCE OF CONTEXTUAL EFFECTS IN PRIMATE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Nature
    36. SENGPIEL F; SEN A; BLAKEMORE C
      CHARACTERISTICS OF SURROUND INHIBITION IN CAT AREA-17

      Experimental Brain Research
    37. WEHRHAHN C; LI W; WESTHEIMER G
      PATTERNS THAT IMPAIR DISCRIMINATION OF LINE ORIENTATION IN HUMAN VISION

      Perception
    38. SPILLMANN L; WERNER JS
      LONG-RANGE INTERACTIONS IN VISUAL-PERCEPTION

      Trends in neurosciences
    39. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      ASSIMILATION-TYPE AND CONTRAST-TYPE BIAS OF MOTION-INDUCED BY THE SURROUND IN A RANDOM-DOT DISPLAY - EVIDENCE FOR CENTER-SURROUND ANTAGONISM

      Vision research
    40. YU C; ESSOCK EA
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL END-STOPPING ASSOCIATED WITH LINE TARGETS

      Vision research
    41. TOTH LJ; RAO SC; KIM DS; SOMERS D; SUR M
      SUBTHRESHOLD FACILITATION AND SUPPRESSION IN PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX REVEALED BY INTRINSIC SIGNAL IMAGING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    42. LAMME VAF
      THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF FIGURE GROUND SEGREGATION IN PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. VANDERZWAN R; WENDEROTH P
      MECHANISMS OF PURELY SUBJECTIVE CONTOUR TILT AFTEREFFECTS

      Vision research
    44. XIAO DK; RAIGUEL S; MARCAR V; KOENDERINK J; ORBAN GA
      SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY OF INHIBITORY SURROUNDS IN THE MIDDLE TEMPORAL VISUAL AREA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    45. CHENG K; FUJITA H; KANNO I; MIURA S; TANAKA K
      HUMAN CORTICAL REGIONS ACTIVATED BY WIDE-FIELD VISUAL-MOTION - AN (H2O)-O-15 PET STUDY

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

      Visual neuroscience
    47. LAMME VAF; VANDIJK BW; SPEKREIJSE H
      ORGANIZATION OF CONTOUR FROM MOTION PROCESSING IN PRIMATE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Vision research
    48. BRADDICK O
      SEGMENTATION VERSUS INTEGRATION IN VISUAL-MOTION PROCESSING

      Trends in neurosciences
    49. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MOTION CAPTURE CHANGES TO INDUCED MOTION AT HIGHER LUMINANCE CONTRASTS, SMALLER ECCENTRICITIES, AND LARGER INDUCER SIZES

      Vision research
    50. NOTHDURFT HC
      THE ROLE OF FEATURES IN PREATTENTIVE VISION - COMPARISON OF ORIENTATION, MOTION AND COLOR CUES

      Vision research
    51. NOTHDURFT HC; PARLITZ D
      ABSENCE OF EXPRESS SACCADES TO TEXTURE OR MOTION DEFINED TARGETS

      Vision research


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