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    1. Sabot, Christophe; Zeng, Xiaolin
      Hitting times of interacting drifted Brownian motions and the vertex reinforced jump process

      Annals of probability (Online)
    2. Perrone, JA; Thiele, A
      Speed skills: measuring the visual speed analyzing properties of primate MT neurons

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Rosa, MGP; Tweedale, R
      The dorsomedial visual areas in New World and Old World monkeys: homology and function

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Karmeier, K; Tabor, R; Egelhaaf, M; Krapp, HG
      Early visual experience and the receptive-field organization of optic flowprocessing interneurons in the fly motion pathway

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Beardsley, SA; Vaina, LM
      A laterally interconnected neural architecture in MST accounts for psychophysical discrimination of complex motion patterns

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Nakata, S; Hayashima, Y; Ishii, T
      Self-motion of a camphoric acid boat as a function of pH of aqueous solutions

      COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS
    7. Wiest, G; Amorim, MA; Mayer, D; Schick, S; Deecke, L; Lang, W
      Cortical responses to object-motion and visually-induced self-motion perception

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Haarmeier, T; Bunjes, F; Lindner, A; Berret, E; Thier, P
      Optimizing visual motion perception during eye movements

      NEURON
    9. Harris, MG; Carre, G
      Is optic flow used to guide walking while wearing a displacing prism?

      PERCEPTION
    10. Kern, R; Petereit, C; Egelhaaf, M
      Neural processing of naturalistic optic flow

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Roy, JE; Cullen, KE
      Selective processing of vestibular reafference during self-generated head motion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Faas, H; Feinle, C; Enck, P; Grundy, D; Boesiger, P
      Modulation of gastric motor activity by a centrally acting stimulus, circular vection, in humans

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-GASTROINTESTINAL AND LIVER PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Wertheim, AH
      Motion, frames of reference, dead horses, and metaphysics

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    14. Glennerster, A; Hansard, ME; Fitzgibbon, AW
      Fixation could simplify, not complicate, the interpretation of retinal flow

      VISION RESEARCH
    15. Freeman, TCA
      Transducer models of head-centred motion perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    16. Redlick, FP; Jenkin, M; Harris, LR
      Humans can use optic flow to estimate distance of travel

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Beintema, JA; van den Berg, AV
      Pursuit affects precision of perceived heading for small viewing apertures

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Krapp, HG; Hengstenberg, R; Egelhaaf, M
      Binocular contributions to optic flow processing in the fly visual system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Wood, DH; Boersma, J
      On the motion of multiple helical vortices

      JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS
    20. Groen, EL; Clari, MSVV; Hosman, RJAW
      Evaluation of perceived motion during a simulated takeoff run

      JOURNAL OF AIRCRAFT
    21. Nakamura, S
      The perception of self-motion induced by central and peripheral visual stimuli moving in opposite directions

      JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    22. Winship, IR; Wylie, DRW
      Responses of neurons in the medial column of the inferior olive in pigeonsto translational and rotational optic flowfields

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Higgins, CM
      Sensory architectures for biologically inspired autonomous robotics

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    24. Parker, DE; Phillips, JO
      Self-motion perception: assessment by real-time computer-generated animation

      APPLIED ERGONOMICS
    25. Dieterich, M
      Cortical activation pattern in optokinetic and vestibular stimulation

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    26. Dieterich, M; Brandt, T
      Visual-vestibular and ocular motor activation studies of the human cortex (PET and fMRT)

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    27. Wann, J; Land, M
      Steering with or without the flow: is the retrieval of heading necessary?

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    28. Wann, TP; Swapp, DK
      Why you should look where you are going

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

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    30. Kadar, EE; Shaw, RE
      Toward an ecological field theory of perceptual control of locomotion

      ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    31. Thilo, KV; Guerraz, M; Bronstein, AM; Gresty, MA
      Changes in horizontal oculomotor behaviour coincide with a shift in visualmotion perception

      NEUROREPORT
    32. van den Berg, AV; Beintema, JA
      The mechanism of interaction between visual flow and eye velocity signals for heading perception

      NEURON
    33. 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
    34. Franz, MO; Krapp, HG
      Wide-field, motion-sensitive neurons and matched filters for optic flow fields

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    35. Wylie, DRW
      Binocular neurons in the nucleus lentiformis mesencephali in pigeons: responses to translational and rotational optic flowfields

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    36. Palmisano, S; Gillam, BJ; Blackburn, SG
      Global-perspective jitter improves vection in central vision

      PERCEPTION
    37. Nenchev, DN; Tsumaki, Y; Uchiyama, M
      Singularity-consistent parameterization of robot motion and control

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ROBOTICS RESEARCH
    38. Jouen, F; Lepecq, JC; Gapenne, O; Bertenthal, BI
      Optic flow sensitivity in neonates

      INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT
    39. Beintema, JA; van den Berg, AV
      Perceived heading during simulated torsional eye movements

      VISION RESEARCH
    40. Li, L; Warren, WH
      Perception of heading during rotation: sufficiency of dense motion parallax and reference objects

      VISION RESEARCH
    41. Hanada, M; Ejima, Y
      Heading judgement from second-order motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Nakamura, S; Shimojo, S
      A slowly moving foreground can capture an observer's self-motion - a report of a new motion illusion: inverted vection

      VISION RESEARCH
    43. Bertin, RJV; Israel, I; Lappe, M
      Perception of two-dimensional, simulated ego-motion trajectories from optic flow

      VISION RESEARCH
    44. Hanada, M; Ejima, Y
      A model of human heading judgement in forward motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    45. Wann, JP; Swapp, D; Rushton, SK
      Heading perception and the allocation of attention

      VISION RESEARCH
    46. Hanada, M; Ejima, Y
      Effects of roll and pitch components in retinal flow on heading judgement

      VISION RESEARCH
    47. Freeman, TCA; Fowler, TA
      Unequal retinal and extra-retinal motion signals produce different perceived slants of moving surfaces

      VISION RESEARCH
    48. Cutting, JE; Wang, RF
      Heading judgments in minimal environments: The value of a heuristic when invariants are rare

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    49. Freeman, TCA; Banks, MS; Crowell, JA
      Extraretinal and retinal amplitude and phase errors during Filehne illusion and path perception

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    50. van der Steen, FAM; Brockhoff, PTM
      Induction and impairment of saturated yaw and surge vection

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    51. Upadhyay, UD; Page, WK; Duffy, CJ
      MST responses to pursuit across optic flow with motion parallax

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    52. Kawakita, T; Kuno, S; Miyake, Y; Watanabe, S
      Body sway induced by depth linear vection in reference to central and peripheral visual field

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    53. Harris, LR; Jenkin, M; Zikovitz, DC
      Visual and non-visual cues in the perception of linear self motion

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    54. Siegler, I; Viaud-Delmon, I; Israel, I; Berthoz, A
      Self-motion perception during a sequence of whole-body rotations in darkness

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    55. Mergner, T; Wertheim, A; Rumberger, A
      Which retinal and extra-retinal information is crucial for circular vection?

      ARCHIVES ITALIENNES DE BIOLOGIE
    56. Mertz, S; Belkhenchir, S; Lepecq, JC
      Evidence of imagined passive self-motion through imagery-perception interaction

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    57. Loose, R; Ayan, T; Probst, T
      Visual motion direction evoked potentials are direction specifically influenced by concurrent vestibular stimulation

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    58. Grossberg, S; Mingolla, E; Pack, C
      A neural model of motion processing and visual navigation by cortical areaMST

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    59. Lappe, M; Duffy, CJ
      Optic flow illusion and single neuron behaviour reconciled by a populationmodel

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    60. Lappe, M; Grigo, A
      How stereovision interacts with optic flow perception: neural mechanisms

      NEURAL NETWORKS
    61. Rushton, SK; Harris, JM; Wann, JP
      Steering, optic flow, and the respective importance of depth and retinal motion distribution

      PERCEPTION
    62. Lepecq, JC; Giannopulu, I; Mertz, S; Baudonniere, PM
      Vestibular sensitivity and vection chronometry along the spinal axis in erect man

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

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    64. Wylie, DRW; Glover, RG; Aitchison, JD
      Optic flow input to the hippocampal formation from the accessory optic system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    65. Koch, KL
      Illusory self-motion and motion sickness - A model for brain-gut interactions and nausea

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    66. Sauvan, XM
      Are sense-specific reference frames so mutually exclusive?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    67. Wertheim, AH
      Motion percepts: "Sense specific," "kinematic," or ...?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    68. Frey, BF; Owen, DH
      The utility of motion parallax information for the perception and control of heading

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    69. Andersen, GJ; Cisneros, J; Atchley, P; Saidpour, A
      Speed, size, and edge-rate information for the detection of collision events

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    70. Tokumaru, O; Kaida, K; Ashida, H; Yoneda, I; Tatsuno, J
      EEG topographical analysis of spatial disorientation

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    71. Niemann, T; Lappe, M; Buscher, A; Hoffmann, KP
      Ocular responses to radial optic flow and single accelerated targets in humans

      VISION RESEARCH
    72. Clifford, CWG; Wenderoth, P
      Adaptation to temporal modulation can enhance differential speed sensitivity

      VISION RESEARCH
    73. van den Berg, AV
      Predicting the present direction of heading

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

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    76. Freeman, TCA
      Path perception and Filehne illusion compared: model and data

      VISION RESEARCH
    77. Ito, H; Shibao, T
      Motion direction distribution as a determinant of circular vection

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    78. Bardy, BG; Warren, WH; Kay, BA
      The role of central and peripheral vision in postural control during walking

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    79. Atchley, P; Andersen, GJ
      The discrimination of heading from optic flow is not retinally invariant

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

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    81. Shenoy, KV; Bradley, DC; Andersen, RA
      Influence of gaze rotation on the visual response of primate MSTd neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    82. Page, WK; Duffy, CJ
      MST neuronal responses to heading direction during pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    83. Farrell, MJ; Thomson, JA
      On-line updating of spatial information during locomotion without vision

      JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR
    84. Kuno, S; Kawakita, T; Kawakami, O; Miyake, Y; Watanabe, S
      Postural adjustment response to depth direction moving patterns produced by virtual reality graphics

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    85. Hooge, ITC; Beintema, JA; van den Berg, AV
      Visual search of heading direction

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    86. RUSHTON SK; HARRIS JM; LLOYD MR; WANN JP
      GUIDANCE OF LOCOMOTION ON FOOT USES PERCEIVED TARGET LOCATION RATHER THAN OPTIC FLOW

      Current biology
    87. 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
    88. Yates, BJ; Miller, AD; Lucot, JB
      Physiological basis and pharmacology of motion sickness: An update

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    89. LAU KL; GLOVER RG; LINKENHOKER B; WYLIE DRW
      TOPOGRAPHICAL ORGANIZATION OF INFERIOR OLIVE CELLS PROJECTING TO TRANSLATION AND ROTATION ZONES IN THE VESTIBULOCEREBELLUM OF PIGEONS

      Neuroscience
    90. SIEGLER I; ISRAEL I; BERTHOZ A
      SHIFT OF THE BEATING FIELD OF VESTIBULAR-NYSTAGMUS - AN ORIENTATION STRATEGY

      Neuroscience letters
    91. GIANNOPULU I; LEPECQ JC
      LINEAR-VECTION CHRONOMETRY ALONG SPINAL AND SAGITTAL AXES IN ERECT MAN

      Perception
    92. PERRONE JA; STONE LS
      EMULATING THE VISUAL RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES OF MST NEURONS WITH ATEMPLATE MODEL OF HEADING ESTIMATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. Kim, SJ; Park, YS
      Self-motion utilization for reducing vibration of a structurally flexible redundant robot manipulator system

      ROBOTICA
    94. TOTH B; WERNER W
      THE TRUE SELF-REPELLING MOTION

      Probability theory and related fields
    95. RESCHKE MF; BLOOMBERG JJ; HARM DL; PALOSKI WH; LAYNE C; MCDONALD V
      POSTURE, LOCOMOTION, SPATIAL ORIENTATION, AND MOTION SICKNESS AS A FUNCTION OF SPACE-FLIGHT

      Brain research reviews
    96. MERGNER T; ROSEMEIER T
      INTERACTION OF VESTIBULAR, SOMATOSENSORY AND VISUAL SIGNALS FOR POSTURAL CONTROL AND MOTION PERCEPTION UNDER TERRESTRIAL AND MICROGRAVITY CONDITIONS - A CONCEPTUAL-MODEL

      Brain research reviews
    97. KARPOV GV
      SELF-CONSISTENT CURRENT MOTION OF ELECTRONS AND IONS IN HIGH-CURRENT PLASMA CHANNEL

      IEEE transactions on plasma science
    98. FREEMAN TCA; BANKS MS
      PERCEIVED HEAD-CENTRIC SPEED IS AFFECTED BY BOTH EXTRA-RETINAL AND RETINAL ERRORS

      Vision research
    99. EHRLICH SM; BECK DM; CROWELL JA; FREEMAN TCA; BANKS MS
      DEPTH INFORMATION AND PERCEIVED SELF-MOTION DURING SIMULATED GAZE ROTATIONS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    100. GURNSEY R; FLEET D; POTECHIN C
      2ND-ORDER MOTIONS CONTRIBUTE TO VECTION

      Vision research (Oxford)


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