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    1. Warren, WH; Kay, BA; Zosh, WD; Duchon, AP; Sahuc, S
      Optic flow is used to control human walking

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Ulbert, I; Karmos, G; Heit, G; Halgren, E
      Early discrimination of coherent versus incoherent motion by multiunit andsynaptic activity in human putative MT+

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    3. Ptito, M; Kupers, R; Faubert, J; Gjedde, A
      Cortical representation of inward and outward radial motion in man

      NEUROIMAGE
    4. Grezes, J; Fonlupt, P; Bertenthal, B; Delon-Martin, C; Segebarth, C; Decety, J
      Does perception of biological motion rely on specific brain regions?

      NEUROIMAGE
    5. O'Brien, HL; Tetewsky, SJ; Avery, LM; Cushman, LA; Makous, W; Duffy, CJ
      Visual mechanisms of spatial disorientation in Alzheimer's disease

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    6. Haarmeier, T; Bunjes, F; Lindner, A; Berret, E; Thier, P
      Optimizing visual motion perception during eye movements

      NEURON
    7. Badcock, DR; Khuu, SK
      Independent first and second-order motion energy analyses of optic flow

      PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG
    8. Meese, TS; Harris, MG
      Independent detectors for expansion and rotation, and for orthogonal components of deformation

      PERCEPTION
    9. Loffler, G; Wilson, HR
      Detecting shape deformation of moving patterns

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Burr, DC; Badcock, DR; Ross, J
      Cardinal axes for radial and circular motion, revealed by summation and bymasking

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Lamouret, I; Cornilleau-Peres, V; Droulez, J
      Lines and dots: characteristics of the motion integration process

      VISION RESEARCH
    12. Burr, DC; Santoro, L
      Temporal integration of optic flow, measured by contrast and coherence thresholds

      VISION RESEARCH
    13. Meese, TS; Harris, MG
      Broad direction bandwidths for complex motion mechanisms

      VISION RESEARCH
    14. Merchant, H; Battaglia-Mayer, A; Georgopoulos, AP
      Effects of optic flow in motor cortex and area 7a

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Clifford, CWG; Arnold, DH; Wenderoth, P
      Dissociable factors affect speed perception and discrimination

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    16. Treue, S; Hol, K; Rauber, HJ
      Seeing multiple directions of motion - physiology and psychophysics

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Morrone, MC; Tosetti, M; Montanaro, D; Fiorentini, A; Cioni, G; Burr, DC
      A cortical area that responds specifically to optic flow, revealed by fMRI

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Phinney, RE; Siegel, RM
      Speed selectivity for optic flow in area 7a of the behaving macaque

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    19. Ross, J; Badcock, DR; Hayes, A
      Coherent global motion in the absence of coherent velocity signals

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    20. Li, B; Li, BW; Chen, Y; Wang, LH; Diao, YC
      Response properties of PMLS and PLLS neurons to simulated optic flow patterns

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. van den Berg, AV; Beintema, JA
      The mechanism of interaction between visual flow and eye velocity signals for heading perception

      NEURON
    22. Andersen, GJ; Cisneros, J; Saidpour, A; Atchley, P
      Age-related differences in collision detection during deceleration

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    23. Douglass, JK; Strausfeld, NJ
      Optic flow representation in the optic lobes of Diptera: modeling the roleof T5 directional tuning properties

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Lam, K; Kaneoke, Y; Gunji, A; Yamasaki, H; Matsumoto, E; Naito, T; Kakigi, R
      Magnetic response of human extrastriate cortex in the detection of coherent and incoherent motion

      NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Bravo, MJ; Farid, H
      The effect of 3D structure on motion segmentation

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Fermuller, C; Pless, R; Aloimonos, Y
      The Ouchi illusion as an artifact of biased flow estimation

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Ferrera, VP
      Task-dependent modulation of the sensorimotor transformation for smooth pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    28. Lappe, M; Bremmer, F; van den Berg, AV
      Perception of self-motion from visual flow

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    29. Ahlstrom, U; Borjesson, E; Ahlstrom, V
      Perceptual interference in the processing of superimposed motions

      VISUAL COGNITION
    30. Morrone, MC; Burr, DC; Di Pietro, S; Stefanelli, MA
      Cardinal directions for visual optic flow

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    31. Lappe, M; Duffy, CJ
      Optic flow illusion and single neuron behaviour reconciled by a populationmodel

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Worgotter, F; Cozzi, A; Gerdes, V
      A parallel noise-robust algorithm to recover depth information from radialflow fields

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    33. Lappe, M; Grigo, A
      How stereovision interacts with optic flow perception: neural mechanisms

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    34. Dicke, PW; Thier, P
      The role of cortical area MST in a model of combined smooth eye head pursuit

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    35. Ivins, J; Porrill, J; Frisby, J; Orban, G
      The 'ecological' probability density function for linear optic flow: Implications for neurophysiology

      PERCEPTION
    36. Anderson, KC; Siegel, RM
      Optic flow selectivity in the anterior superior temporal polysensory area,STPa, of the behaving monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Niemann, T; Lappe, M; Buscher, A; Hoffmann, KP
      Ocular responses to radial optic flow and single accelerated targets in humans

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Beintema, JA; van den Berg, AV
      Heading detection using motion templates and eye velocity gain fields (vol38, pg 2155, 1998)

      VISION RESEARCH
    39. Kim, J; Turano, KA
      Optimal spatial frequencies for discrimination of motion direction in optic flow patterns

      VISION RESEARCH
    40. Liden, L; Pack, C
      The role of terminators and occlusion cues in motion integration and segmentation: a neural network model

      VISION RESEARCH
    41. Clifford, CWG; Beardsley, SA; Vaina, LM
      The perception and discrimination of speed in complex motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Bex, PJ; Metha, AB; Makous, W
      Enhanced motion aftereffect for complex motions

      VISION RESEARCH
    43. Atchley, P; Andersen, GJ
      The discrimination of heading from optic flow is not retinally invariant

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    44. Royden, CS; Hildreth, EC
      Differential effects of shared attention on perception of heading and 3-D object motion

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    45. Tetewsky, SJ; Duffy, CJ
      Visual loss and getting lost in Alzheimer's disease

      NEUROLOGY
    46. BEX PJ; METHA AB; MAKOUS W
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL EVIDENCE FOR A FUNCTIONAL HIERARCHY OF MOTION PROCESSING MECHANISMS

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    47. WURTZ RH
      OPTIC FLOW - A BRAIN REGION DEVOTED TO OPTIC FLOW-ANALYSIS

      Current biology
    48. VAINA LM
      COMPLEX MOTION PERCEPTION AND ITS DEFICITS

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    49. BRITTEN KH
      CLUSTERING OF RESPONSE SELECTIVITY IN THE MEDIAL SUPERIOR TEMPORAL AREA OF EXTRASTRIATE CORTEX IN THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Visual neuroscience
    50. GILLNER WJ
      MOTION SEGMENTATION IN ARTIFICIAL AND BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    51. LAPPE M
      A MODEL OF THE COMBINATION OF OPTIC FLOW AND EXTRARETINAL EYE-MOVEMENT SIGNALS IN PRIMATE EXTRASTRIATE VISUAL-CORTEX - NEURAL MODEL OF SELF-MOTION FROM OPTIC FLOW AND EXTRARETINAL CUES

      Neural networks
    52. ATCHLEY P; ANDERSEN GJ
      THE EFFECT OF AGE, RETINAL ECCENTRICITY, AND SPEED ON THE DETECTION OF OPTIC FLOW COMPONENTS

      Psychology and aging
    53. GEESAMAN BJ; QIAN N
      THE EFFECT OF COMPLEX MOTION PATTERN ON SPEED PERCEPTION

      Vision research
    54. BRAVO MJ
      A GLOBAL PROCESS IN MOTION SEGREGATION

      Vision research
    55. OHTANI Y; TANIGAWA M; EJIMA Y
      MOTION ASSIMILATION FOR EXPANSION CONTRACTION AND ROTATION AND ITS SPATIAL PROPERTIES/

      Vision research
    56. GURNSEY R; FLEET D; POTECHIN C
      2ND-ORDER MOTIONS CONTRIBUTE TO VECTION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    57. BEINTEMA JA; VANDENBERG AV
      HEADING DETECTION USING MOTION TEMPLATES AND EYE VELOCITY GAIN FIELDS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    58. BURR DC; MORRONE MC; VAINA LM
      LARGE RECEPTIVE-FIELDS FOR OPTIC FLOW DETECTION IN HUMANS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    59. DUHAMEL JR; COLBY CL; GOLDBERG ME
      VENTRAL INTRAPARIETAL AREA OF THE MACAQUE - CONGRUENT VISUAL AND SOMATIC RESPONSE PROPERTIES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    60. BLAKE R; AIBA TS
      DETECTION AND DISCRIMINATION OF OPTICAL-FLOW COMPONENTS

      Japanese psychological research
    61. ROYDEN CS
      MATHEMATICAL-ANALYSIS OF MOTION-OPPONENT MECHANISMS USED IN THE DETERMINATION OF HEADING AND DEPTH

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    62. GEESAMAN BJ; BORN RT; ANDERSEN RA; TOOTELL RBH
      MAPS OF COMPLEX MOTION SELECTIVITY IN THE SUPERIOR TEMPORAL CORTEX OFTHE ALERT MACAQUE MONKEY - A DOUBLE-LABEL 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE STUDY

      Cerebral cortex
    63. READ HL; SIEGEL RM
      MODULATION OF RESPONSES TO OPTIC FLOW IN AREA 7A BY RETINOTOPIC AND OCULOMOTOR CUES IN MONKEY

      Cerebral cortex
    64. SIEGEL RM; READ HL
      ANALYSIS OF OPTIC FLOW IN THE MONKEY PARIETAL AREA 7A

      Cerebral cortex
    65. FERMULLER C; PLESS R; ALOIMONOS Y
      FAMILIES OF STATIONARY PATTERNS PRODUCING ILLUSORY MOVEMENT - INSIGHTS INTO THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    66. ANDERSEN RA
      MULTIMODAL INTEGRATION FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF SPACE IN THE POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    67. SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      PHANTOM MOTION AFTEREFFECTS - EVIDENCE OF DETECTORS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF OPTIC FLOW

      Current biology
    68. VANDENBERG AV; BEINTEMA JA
      MOTION TEMPLATES WITH EYE VELOCITY GAIN FIELDS FOR TRANSFORMATION OF RETINAL TO HEAD CENTRIC FLOW

      NeuroReport
    69. SCHAAFSMA SJ; DUYSENS J; GIELEN CCAM
      RESPONSES IN VENTRAL INTRAPARIETAL AREA OF AWAKE MACAQUE MONKEY TO OPTIC FLOW PATTERNS CORRESPONDING TO ROTATION OF PLANES IN-DEPTH CAN BE EXPLAINED BY TRANSLATION AND EXPANSION EFFECTS

      Visual neuroscience
    70. ANDERSEN RA
      NEURAL MECHANISMS OF VISUAL-MOTION PERCEPTION IN PRIMATES

      Neuron
    71. DUFFY CJ; WURTZ RH
      MEDIAL SUPERIOR TEMPORAL AREA NEURONS RESPOND TO SPEED PATTERNS IN OPTIC FLOW

      The Journal of neuroscience
    72. ANDERSEN RA; SNYDER LH; BRADLEY DC; XING J
      MULTIMODAL REPRESENTATION OF SPACE IN THE POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX AND ITS USE IN PLANNING MOVEMENTS

      Annual review of neuroscience
    73. STONE LS; PERRONE JA
      HUMAN HEADING ESTIMATION DURING VISUALLY SIMULATED CURVILINEAR MOTION

      Vision research
    74. BEX PJ; MAKOUS W
      RADIAL MOTION LOOKS FASTER

      Vision research
    75. MEESE TS; HARRIS MG
      COMPUTATION OF SURFACE SLANT FROM OPTIC FLOW - ORTHOGONAL COMPONENTS OF SPEED GRADIENT CAN BE COMBINED

      Vision research
    76. TAKEUCHI T
      VISUAL-SEARCH OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION

      Vision research
    77. BUSETTINI C; MASSON GS; MILES FA
      RADIAL OPTIC FLOW INDUCES VERGENCE EYE-MOVEMENTS WITH ULTRA-SHORT LATENCIES

      Nature
    78. KIM JN; MULLIGAN K; SHERK H
      SIMULATED OPTIC FLOW AND EXTRASTRIATE CORTEX .1. OPTIC FLOW VERSUS TEXTURE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    79. MCOWAN PW; JOHNSTON A
      MOTION TRANSPARENCY ARISES FROM PERCEPTUAL GROUPING - EVIDENCE FROM LUMINANCE AND CONTRAST MODULATION MOTION DISPLAYS

      Current biology
    80. SNOWDEN RJ; MILNE AB
      THE EFFECTS OF ADAPTING TO COMPLEX MOTIONS - POSITION INVARIANCE AND TUNING TO SPIRAL MOTIONS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    81. LAPPE M; BREMMER F; PEKEL M; THIELE A; HOFFMANN KP
      OPTIC FLOW PROCESSING IN MONKEY STS - A THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH

      The Journal of neuroscience
    82. ANDERSEN RA; BRADLEY DC; SHENOY KV
      NEURAL MECHANISMS FOR HEADING AND STRUCTURE-FROM-MOTION PERCEPTION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    83. VIRSU V; HARI R
      CORTICAL MAGNIFICATION, SCALE-INVARIANCE AND VISUAL ECOLOGY

      Vision research
    84. VANDENBERG AV
      JUDGMENTS OF HEADING

      Vision research
    85. BRADLEY DC; MAXWELL M; ANDERSEN RA; BANKS MS; SHENOY KV
      MECHANISMS OF HEADING PERCEPTION IN PRIMATE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Science
    86. SCHAAFSMA SJ; DUYSENS J
      NEURONS IN THE VENTRAL INTRAPARIETAL AREA OF AWAKE MACAQUE MONKEY CLOSELY RESEMBLE NEURONS IN THE DORSAL PART OF THE MEDIAL SUPERIOR TEMPORAL AREA IN THEIR RESPONSES TO OPTIC FLOW PATTERNS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    87. GALLANT JL; CONNOR CE; RAKSHIT S; LEWIS JW; VANESSEN DC
      NEURAL RESPONSES TO POLAR, HYPERBOLIC, AND CARTESIAN GRATINGS IN AREAV4 OF THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    88. HIETANEN JK; PERRETT DI
      A COMPARISON OF VISUAL RESPONSES TO OBJECT-MOTION AND EGO-MOTION IN THE MACAQUE SUPERIOR TEMPORAL POLYSENSORY AREA

      Experimental Brain Research
    89. HARRIS LR; LOTT LA
      SENSITIVITY TO FULL-FIELD VISUAL MOVEMENT COMPATIBLE WITH HEAD ROTATION - VARIATIONS AMONG AXES OF ROTATION

      Visual neuroscience
    90. CAMPANI M; GIACHETTI A; TORRE V
      OPTIC FLOW AND AUTONOMOUS NAVIGATION

      Perception
    91. LAPPE M; RAUSCHECKER JP
      AN ILLUSORY TRANSFORMATION IN A MODEL OF OPTIC FLOW PROCESSING

      Vision research
    92. STEINER V; BLAKE R; DOSE D
      INTEROCULAR TRANSFER OF EXPANSION, ROTATION, AND TRANSLATION MOTION AFTEREFFECTS

      Perception
    93. SAKATA H; SHIBUTANI H; ITO Y; TSURUGAI K; MINE S; KUSUNOKI M
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF ROTATION-SENSITIVE NEURONS IN THE POSTERIOR PARIETAL ASSOCIATION CORTEX OF THE MONKEY

      Experimental Brain Research
    94. ZHANG KC; SERENO MI; SERENO ME
      EMERGENCE OF POSITION-INDEPENDENT DETECTORS OF SENSE OF ROTATION AND DILATION WITH HEBBIAN LEARNING - AN ANALYSIS

      Neural computation
    95. LAPPE M; RAUSCHECKER JP
      A NEURAL NETWORK FOR THE PROCESSING OF OPTIC FLOW FROM EGO-MOTION IN MAN AND HIGHER MAMMALS

      Neural computation
    96. DUFFY CJ; WURTZ RH
      AN ILLUSORY TRANSFORMATION OF OPTIC FLOW-FIELDS

      Vision research


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