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    1. Wuerger, SM; Owens, H; Westland, S
      Blur tolerance for luminance and chromatic stimuli

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    2. Cornette, L; Dupont, P; Bormans, G; Mortelmans, L; Orban, GA
      Separate neural correlates for the mnemonic components of successive discrimination and working memory tasks

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    3. Westheimer, G
      Relative localization in the human fovea: radial-tangential anisotropy

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Kohly, RP; Regan, D
      Long-distance interactions in Cyclopean vision

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Rossi, AF; Desimone, R; Ungerleider, LG
      Contextual modulation in primary visual cortex of macaques

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Matthews, N; Liu, ZL; Qian, N
      The effect of orientation learning on contrast sensitivity

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Vidnyanszky, Z; Papathomas, TV; Julesz, B
      Contextual modulation of orientation discrimination is independent of stimulus processing time

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Clifford, CWG; Wyatt, AM; Arnold, DH; Smith, ST; Wenderoth, P
      Orthogonal adaptation improves orientation discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Mareschal, I; Sceniak, MP; Shapley, RM
      Contextual influences on orientation discrimination: binding local and global cues

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Campbell, HR
      Orientation discrimination independent of retinal matching by blowflies

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Kasamatsu, T; Polat, U; Pettet, MW; Norcia, AM
      Colinear facilitation promotes reliability of single-cell responses in catstriate cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Bennett, PJ; Sekuler, AB; McIntosh, AR; Della-Maggiore, V
      The effects of aging on visual memory: evidence for functional reorganization of cortical networks

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    13. Furmanski, CS; Engel, SA
      An oblique effect in human primary visual cortex

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Vandenberghe, R; Duncan, J; Arnell, KM; Bishop, SJ; Herrod, NJ; Owen, AM; Minhas, PS; Dupont, P; Pickard, JD; Orban, GA
      Maintaining and shifting attention within left or right hemifield

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    15. Vanduffel, W; Tootell, RBH; Orban, GA
      Attention-dependent suppression of metabolic activity in the early stages of the macaque visual system

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    16. Wuerger, SM; Morgan, MJ; Westland, S; Owens, H
      The spatio-chromatic sensitivity of the human visual system

      PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
    17. Wilkinson, F; Crotogino, J
      Orientation discrimination thresholds in migraine: a measure of visual cortical inhibition

      CEPHALALGIA
    18. Baluja, S
      Using labeled and unlabeled for probabilistic modeling of face orientation

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATTERN RECOGNITION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    19. Magnussen, S
      Low-level memory processes in vision

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    20. Bremner, JG
      Developmental relationships between perception and action in infancy

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    21. Efler, D; Ronacher, B
      Evidence against a retinotopic-template matching in honeybees' pattern recognition

      VISION RESEARCH
    22. Kohly, RP; Regan, D
      Coincidence detectors: visual processing of a pair of lines and implications for shape discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    23. von der Heydt, R; Zhou, H; Friedman, HS
      Representation of stereoscopic edges in monkey visual cortex

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Morgan, MJ; Mason, AJS; Baldassi, S
      Are there separate first-order and second-order mechanisms for orientationdiscrimination?

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Carrasco, M; Penpeci-Talgar, C; Eckstein, M
      Spatial covert attention increases contrast sensitivity across the CSF: support for signal enhancement

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    27. Baldassi, S; Burr, DC
      Feature-based integration of orientation signals in visual search

      VISION RESEARCH
    28. Rollenhagen, JE; Olson, CR
      Mirror-image confusion in single neurons of the macaque inferotemporal cortex

      SCIENCE
    29. Greene, E; Frawley, W; Swimm, R
      Individual differences in collinearity judgment as a function of angular position

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    30. McAuliffe, SP; Knowlton, BJ
      Long-term retinotopic priming in object identification

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    31. Marcar, VL; Raiguel, SE; Xiao, D; Orban, GA
      Processing of kinetically defined boundaries in areas V1 and V2 of the macaque monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. Wheat, HE; Goodwin, AW
      Tactile discrimination of gaps by slowly adapting afferents: Effects of population parameters and anisotropy in the fingerpad

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Kastner, S; De Weerd, P; Ungerleider, LG
      Texture segregation in the human visual cortex: A functional MRI study

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. Schmolesky, MT; Wang, YC; Creel, DJ; Leventhal, AG
      Abnormal retinotopic organization of the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleusof the tyrosinase-negative albino cat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    35. Lauwers, K; Saunders, R; Vogels, R; Vandenbussche, E; Orban, GA
      Impairment in motion discrimination tasks is unrelated to amount of damageto superior temporal sulcus motion areas

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    36. Greenlee, MW; Magnussen, S; Reinvang, I
      Brain regions involved in spatial frequency discrimination: evidence from fMRI

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    37. Nieder, A; Wagner, H
      Perception and neuronal coding of subjective contours in the owl

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    38. Gorea, A; Papathomas, TV
      Local versus global contrasts in texture segregation

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    39. Faillenot, I; Decety, J; Jeannerod, M
      Human brain activity related to the perception of spatial features of objects

      NEUROIMAGE
    40. Rosier, AM; Cornette, L; Dupont, P; Bormans, G; Mortelmans, L; Orban, GA
      Regional brain activity during shape recognition impaired by a scopolaminechallenge to encoding

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    41. McAdams, CJ; Maunsell, JHR
      Effects of attention on the reliability of individual neurons in monkey visual cortex

      NEURON
    42. Donis, FJ
      The oblique effect in pigeons (Columba livia)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    43. Azouz, R; Gray, CM
      Cellular mechanisms contributing to response variability of cortical neurons in vivo

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Kisley, MA; Gerstein, GL
      Trial-to-trial variability and state-dependent modulation of auditory-evoked responses in cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    45. Bijl, F; Valeton, JM
      Bias-free procedure for the measurement of the minimum resolvable temperature difference and minimum resolvable contrast

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    46. Kohly, RP; Regan, D
      Evidence for a mechanism sensitive to the speed of cyclopean form

      VISION RESEARCH
    47. Bockisch, CJ
      Orientation discrimination and tilt aftereffects with luminance and illusory contours

      VISION RESEARCH
    48. Demanins, R; Hess, RF; Williams, CB; Keeble, DRT
      The orientation discrimination deficit in strabismic amblyopia depends upon stimulus bandwidth

      VISION RESEARCH
    49. Wainwright, MJ
      Visual adaptation as optimal information transmission

      VISION RESEARCH
    50. Demanins, R; Wang, YZ; Hess, RF
      The neural deficit in strabismic amblyopia: sampling considerations

      VISION RESEARCH
    51. Banton, T; Bertenthal, BI; Seaks, J
      Infants' sensitivity to statistical distributions of motion direction and speed

      VISION RESEARCH
    52. Rauber, HJ; Treue, S
      Revisiting motion repulsion: evidence for a general phenomenon?

      VISION RESEARCH
    53. Giurfa, M; Hammer, M; Stach, S; Stollhoff, N; Muller-Deisig, N; Mizyrycki, C
      Pattern learning by honeybees: conditioning procedure and recognition strategy

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    54. TAIRA M; KAWASHIMA R; INOUE K; FUKUDA H
      A PET STUDY OF AXIS ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION

      NeuroReport
    55. Kerkhoff, G
      Rehabilitation of visuospatial cognition and visual exploration in neglect: a cross-over study

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    56. ITO M; WESTHEIMER G; GILBERT CD
      ATTENTION AND PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING MODULATE CONTEXTUAL INFLUENCES ON VISUAL-PERCEPTION

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    57. Ronacher, B
      How do bees learn and recognize visual patterns?

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    58. RAUBER HJ; TREUE S
      REFERENCE REPULSION WHEN JUDGING THE DIRECTION OF VISUAL-MOTION

      Perception
    59. Lobley, K; Walsh, V
      Perceptual learning in visual conjunction search

      PERCEPTION
    60. BIJL P; VALETON JM
      VALIDATION OF THE NEW TRIANGLE ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION METHOD AND ACQUIRE MODEL PREDICTIONS USING OBSERVER PERFORMANCE DATA FOR SHIP TARGETS

      Optical engineering
    61. WESTHEIMER G; BEARD BL
      ORIENTATION DEPENDENCY FOR FOVEAL LINE STIMULI - DETECTION AND INTENSITY DISCRIMINATION, RESOLUTION, ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION AND VERNIERACUITY

      Vision research
    62. WESTHEIMER G
      LINES AND GABOR FUNCTIONS COMPARED AS SPATIAL VISUAL-STIMULI

      Vision research
    63. SHULMAN GL; SCHWARZ J; MIEZIN FM; PETERSEN SE
      EFFECT OF MOTION CONTRAST ON HUMAN CORTICAL RESPONSES TO MOVING STIMULI

      Journal of neurophysiology
    64. ORBAN GA; DUPONT P; DEBRUYN B; VANDENBERGHE R; ROSIER A; MORTELMANS L
      HUMAN BRAIN ACTIVITY RELATED TO SPEED DISCRIMINATION TASKS

      Experimental Brain Research
    65. SATHIAN K
      PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING

      Current Science (Bangalore)
    66. ZANKER JM
      2ND-ORDER MOTION PERCEPTION IN THE PERIPHERAL VISUAL-FIELD

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    67. DUPONT P; DEBRUYN B; VANDENBERGHE R; ROSIER AM; MICHIELS J; MARCHAL G; MORTELMANS L; ORBAN GA
      THE KINETIC OCCIPITAL REGION IN HUMAN VISUAL-CORTEX

      Cerebral cortex
    68. CHAUDHURI A; ALBRIGHT TD
      NEURONAL RESPONSES TO EDGES DEFINED BY LUMINANCE VS TEMPORAL TEXTURE IN MACAQUE AREA V1

      Visual neuroscience
    69. BARRETT BT; COX MJ; SIMMERS AJ; GRAY LS
      GRATING DETECTION AND ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION IN AMBLYOPIA

      Current eye research
    70. GUR M; BEYLIN A; SNODDERLY DM
      RESPONSE VARIABILITY OF NEURONS IN PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX (V1) OF ALERT MONKEYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    71. ESSOCK EA; KREBS WK; PRATHER JR
      SUPERIOR SENSITIVITY FOR TACTILE STIMULI ORIENTED PROXIMALLY-DISTALLYON THE FINGER - IMPLICATIONS FOR MIXED CLASS-1 AND CLASS-2 ANISOTROPIES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    72. LI W; WESTHEIMER G
      HUMAN DISCRIMINATION OF THE IMPLICIT ORIENTATION OF SIMPLE SYMMETRICAL PATTERNS

      Vision research
    73. RIVEST J; BOUTET I; INTRILIGATOR J
      PERCEPTUAL-LEARNING OF ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION BY MORE THAN ONE ATTRIBUTE

      Vision research
    74. GRAY R; REGAN D
      VERNIER STEP ACUITY AND BISECTION ACUITY FOR TEXTURE-DEFINED FORM

      Vision research
    75. SATHIAN K; ZANGALADZE A
      TACTILE LEARNING IS TASK SPECIFIC BUT TRANSFERS BETWEEN FINGERS

      Perception & psychophysics
    76. STEVENS JC; CRUZ LA
      SPATIAL ACUITY OF TOUCH - UBIQUITOUS DECLINE WITH AGING REVEALED BY REPEATED THRESHOLD TESTING

      Somatosensory & motor research
    77. JITSUMORI M; OHKUBO O
      ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION AND CATEGORIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF NATURAL OBJECTS BY PIGEONS

      Behavioural processes
    78. CHEN S; LEVI DM
      MERIDIONAL ANISOTROPY IN THE DISCRIMINATION OF PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES - EFFECT OF BODY TILT

      Perception
    79. EPPLER MA; ADOLPH KE; WEINER T
      THE DEVELOPMENTAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFANTS EXPLORATION AND ACTIONON SLANTED SURFACES

      Infant behavior & development
    80. KOCH C; BRAUN J
      THE FUNCTIONAL-ANATOMY OF VISUAL AWARENESS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    81. HEELEY DW; BUCHANANSMITH HM
      MECHANISMS SPECIALIZED FOR THE PERCEPTION OF IMAGE GEOMETRY

      Vision research
    82. AHISSAR M; HOCHSTEIN S
      LEARNING POP-OUT DETECTION - SPECIFICITIES TO STIMULUS CHARACTERISTICS

      Vision research
    83. REGAN D; GRAY R; HAMSTRA SJ
      EVIDENCE FOR A NEURAL MECHANISM THAT ENCODES ANGLES

      Vision research
    84. LIN LM; WILSON HR
      FOURIER AND NON-FOURIER PATTERN-DISCRIMINATION COMPARED

      Vision research
    85. CHEN S; LEVI DM
      ANGLE JUDGMENT - IS THE WHOLE THE SUM OF ITS PARTS

      Vision research
    86. SORIANO M; SPILLMANN L; BACH M
      THE ABUTTING GRATING ILLUSION

      Vision research
    87. ARIELI A; STERKIN A; GRINVALD A; AERTSEN A
      DYNAMICS OF ONGOING ACTIVITY - EXPLANATION OF THE LARGE VARIABILITY IN EVOKED CORTICAL RESPONSES

      Science
    88. DESIMONE R
      NEURAL MECHANISMS FOR VISUAL MEMORY AND THEIR ROLE IN ATTENTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    89. HORRIDGE GA
      PATTERN VISION OF THE HONEYBEE (APIS-MELLIFERA) - THE SIGNIFICANCE OFTHE ANGLE SUBTENDED BY THE TARGET

      Journal of insect physiology
    90. VANDENBERGHE R; DUPONT P; DEBRUYN B; BORMANS G; MICHIELS J; MORTELMANS L; ORBAN GA
      THE INFLUENCE OF STIMULUS LOCATION ON THE BRAIN ACTIVATION PATTERN INDETECTION AND ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION - A PET STUDY OF VISUAL-ATTENTION

      Brain
    91. LOMBER SG; MACNEIL MA; PAYNE BR
      AMPLIFICATION OF THALAMIC PROJECTIONS TO MIDDLE SUPRASYLVIAN CORTEX FOLLOWING ABLATION OF IMMATURE PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX IN THE CAT

      Cerebral cortex
    92. STEVENS JC; PATTERSON MQ
      DIMENSIONS OF SPATIAL ACUITY IN THE TOUCH SENSE - CHANGES OVER THE LIFE-SPAN

      Somatosensory & motor research
    93. SPILLMANN L; DRESP B
      PHENOMENA OF ILLUSORY FORM - CAN WE BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN LEVELS OF EXPLANATION

      Perception
    94. REGAN D; HAMSTRA SJ; KAUSHAL S; VINCENT A; GRAY R; BEVERLEY KI
      VISUAL PROCESSING OF THE MOTION OF AN OBJECT IN 3 DIMENSIONS FOR A STATIONARY OR A MOVING OBSERVER

      Perception
    95. PASTERNAK T; TOMPKINS J; OLSON CR
      THE ROLE OF STRIATE CORTEX IN VISUAL FUNCTION OF THE CAT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    96. BEHLCHADHA G; EIMAS PD
      INFANT CATEGORIZATION OF LEFT-RIGHT SPATIAL RELATIONS

      British journal of developmental psychology
    97. GERI GA; LYON DR; ZEEVI YY
      PREATTENTIVE EQUIVALENCE OF MULTICOMPONENT GABOR TEXTURES IN THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL VISUAL-FIELD

      Vision research
    98. HAMSTRA SJ; REGAN D
      ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION IN CYCLOPEAN VISION

      Vision research
    99. REED MJ; STEINBACH MJ; ONO H; KRAFT S; GALLIE B
      ALIGNMENT ABILITY OF STRABISMIC AND EYE ENUCLEATED SUBJECTS ON THE HORIZONTAL AND OBLIQUE MERIDIANS

      Vision research
    100. CARNEY T; SILVERSTEIN DA; KLEIN SA
      VERNIER ACUITY DURING IMAGE ROTATION AND TRANSLATION - VISUAL PERFORMANCE LIMITS

      Vision research


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