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    1. Tanaka, Y; Shimojo, S
      Temporal and spatial characteristics of attention to facilitate manual andeye-movement responses

      PERCEPTION
    2. Anagnostou, E; Skrandies, W
      Effects of temporal gaps between successive fixation targets on descrimination performance and evoked brain activity

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    3. Biscaldi, M; Fischer, B; Hartnegg, K
      Voluntary saccadic control in dyslexia

      PERCEPTION
    4. Bell, AH; Everling, S; Munoz, DP
      Influence of stimulus eccentricity and direction on characteristics of pro- and antisaccades in non-human primates

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Krauzlis, RJ; Basso, MA; Wurtz, RH
      Discharge properties of neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Munoz, DP; Dorris, MC; Pare, M; Everling, S
      On your mark, get set: Brainstem circuitry underlying saccadic initiation

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Findlay, JM; Walker, R
      A model of saccade generation based on parallel processing and competitiveinhibition

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    8. Fendrich, R; Demirel, S; Danziger, S
      The oculomotor gap effect without a foveal fixation point

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Chou, IH; Sommer, MA; Schiller, PH
      Express averaging saccades in monkeys

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Aizawa, H; Kobayashi, Y; Yamamoto, M; Isa, T
      Injection of nicotine into the superior colliculus facilitates occurrence of express saccades in monkeys

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. ISA T; ENDO T; SAITO Y
      THE VISUO-MOTOR PATHWAY IN THE LOCAL CIRCUIT OF THE RAT SUPERIOR COLLICULUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    12. HOLLANTSGILHUIJS MAM; RUIJTER JM; SPEKREIJSE H
      VISUAL HALF-FIELD DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN - DETECTION OF MOTION-DEFINED FORMS

      Vision research
    13. AMADOR N; SCHLAGREY M; SCHLAG J
      PRIMATE ANTISACCADES - I - BEHAVIORAL-CHARACTERISTICS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    14. FISCHER B; WEBER H
      EFFECTS OF PRE-CUES ON VOLUNTARY AND REFLEXIVE SACCADE GENERATION I -ANTI-CUES FOR PRO-SACCADES

      Experimental Brain Research
    15. SHAFIQ R; STUART GW; SANDBACH J; MARUFF P; CURRIE J
      THE GAP EFFECT AND EXPRESS SACCADES IN THE AUDITORY MODALITY

      Experimental Brain Research
    16. DORRIS MC; PARE M; MUNOZ DP
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN MONKEY SUPERIOR COLLICULUS RELATED TO THE INITIATION OF SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    17. WALKER R; DEUBEL H; SCHNEIDER WX; FINDLAY JM
      EFFECT OF REMOTE DISTRACTORS ON SACCADE PROGRAMMING - EVIDENCE FOR ANEXTENDED FIXATION ZONE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    18. FISCHER B; BISCALDI M; GEZECK S
      ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF VOLUNTARY AND REFLEXIVE COMPONENTS IN HUMAN SACCADE GENERATION

      Brain research
    19. KIRSCHFELD K; FEILER R; WOLFOBERHOLLENZER F
      CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS AND THE ORIGIN OF EXPRESS SACCADES

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    20. FORBES K; KLEIN RM
      THE MAGNITUDE OF THE FIXATION OFFSET EFFECT WITH ENDOGENOUSLY AND EXOGENOUSLY CONTROLLED SACCADES

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    21. KRAUZLIS RJ; MILES FA
      DECREASES IN THE LATENCY OF SMOOTH-PURSUIT AND SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTSPRODUCED BY THE GAP PARADIGM IN THE MONKEY

      Vision research
    22. KRAUZLIS RJ; MILES FA
      INITIATION OF SACCADES DURING FIXATION OR PURSUIT - EVIDENCE IN HUMANS FOR A SINGLE MECHANISM

      Journal of neurophysiology
    23. KRAUZLIS RJ; MILES FA
      RELEASE OF FIXATION FOR PURSUIT AND SACCADES IN HUMANS - EVIDENCE FORSHARED INPUTS ACTING ON DIFFERENT NEURAL SUBSTRATES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    24. EDELMAN JA; KELLER EL
      ACTIVITY OF VISUOMOTOR BURST NEURONS IN THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS ACCOMPANYING EXPRESS SACCADES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    25. BISCALDI M; FISCHER B; STUHR V
      HUMAN EXPRESS SACCADE MAKERS ARE IMPAIRED AT SUPPRESSING VISUALLY EVOKED SACCADES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    26. CLEMENTZ BA
      THE ABILITY TO PRODUCE EXPRESS SACCADES AS A FUNCTION OF GAP INTERVALAMONG SCHIZOPHRENIA-PATIENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    27. EVERLING S; KRAPPMANN P; SPANTEKOW A; FLOHR H
      CORTICAL POTENTIALS DURING THE GAP PRIOR TO EXPRESS SACCADES AND FASTREGULAR SACCADES

      Experimental Brain Research
    28. CAVEGN D; BISCALDI M
      FIXATION AND SACCADE CONTROL IN AN EXPRESS-SACCADE MAKER

      Experimental Brain Research
    29. TAKAGI M; FROHMAN EM; ZEE DS
      GAP-OVERLAP EFFECTS ON LATENCIES OF SACCADES, VERGENCE AND COMBINED VERGENCE-SACCADES IN HUMANS

      Vision research
    30. MERRISON AFA; CARPENTER RHS
      EXPRESS SMOOTH-PURSUIT

      Vision research
    31. KLEIN RM; TAYLOR TL; KINGSTONE A
      AGAINST A ROLE FOR ATTENTIONAL DISENGAGEMENT IN THE GAP EFFECT - A FRIENDLY AMENDMENT TO TAM AND STELMACH (1993)

      Perception & psychophysics
    32. KLEIN RM; TAYLOR TL; KINGSTONE A
      AGAINST A ROLE FOR ATTENTIONAL DISENGAGEMENT IN THE GAP EFFECT - A FRIENDLY AMENDMENT TO TAM AND STELMACH (1993)

      Perception & psychophysics
    33. CARPENTER RHS; WILLIAMS MLL
      NEURAL COMPUTATION OF LOG LIKELIHOOD IN CONTROL OF SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS

      Nature
    34. BARO JA; HUGHES HC; PECK CK
      EXPRESS SACCADES IN CAT - EFFECTS OF TASK AND TARGET MODALITY

      Experimental Brain Research
    35. REUTERLORENZ PA; OONK HM; BARNES LL; HUGHES HC
      EFFECTS OF WARNING SIGNALS AND FIXATION POINT OFFSETS ON THE LATENCIES OF PROSACCADES VERSUS ANTISACCADES - IMPLICATIONS FOR AN INTERPRETATION OF THE GAP EFFECT

      Experimental Brain Research
    36. WALKER R; KENTRIDGE RW; FINDLAY JM
      INDEPENDENT CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE ORIENTING OF ATTENTION, FIXATION OFFSET AND BILATERAL STIMULATION ON HUMAN SACCADIC LATENCIES

      Experimental Brain Research
    37. MATSUE Y; OSAKABE K; SAITO H; GOTO Y; UENO T; MATSUOKA H; CHIBA H; FUSE Y; SATO M
      SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS AND EXPRESS SACCADES IN SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS

      Schizophrenia research
    38. NOZAWA G; REUTERLORENZ PA; HUGHES HC
      PARALLEL AND SERIAL PROCESSES IN THE HUMAN OCULOMOTOR SYSTEM - BIMODAL INTEGRATION AND EXPRESS SACCADES

      Biological cybernetics
    39. JUTTNER M; WOLF W
      STIMULUS SEQUENCE EFFECTS ON HUMAN EXPRESS SACCADES DESCRIBED BY A MARKOV MODEL

      Biological cybernetics
    40. MCPEEK RM; SCHILLER PH
      THE EFFECTS OF VISUAL SCENE COMPOSITION ON THE LATENCY OF SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS OF THE RHESUS-MONKEY

      Vision research
    41. SOMMER MA
      EXPRESS SACCADES ELICITED DURING VISUAL SCAN IN THE MONKEY

      Vision research
    42. EVINGER C; MANNING KA; PELLEGRINI JJ; BASSO MA; POWERS AS; SIBONY PA
      NOT LOOKING WHILE LEAPING - THE LINKAGE OF BLINKING AND SACCADIC GAZESHIFTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    43. SERENO AB; HOLZMAN PS
      EXPRESS SACCADES AND SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENT FUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIC, AFFECTIVE-DISORDER, AND NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    44. FISCHER B; WEBER H
      EXPRESS SACCADES AND VISUAL-ATTENTION

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    45. HALLETT PE
      COMPLEXITY AND MODES AS FACTORS UNDERLYING SACCADIC LATENCIES

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    46. ROHRER WH; SPARKS DL
      EXPRESS SACCADES - THE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL UNCERTAINTY

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

      Vision research
    48. TAM WAJ; STELMACH LB
      VIEWING BEHAVIOR - OCULAR AND ATTENTIONAL DISENGAGEMENT

      Perception & psychophysics
    49. KINGSTONE A; KLEIN RM
      WHAT ARE HUMAN EXPRESS SACCADES

      Perception & psychophysics
    50. CARPENTER RHS
      DISTRIBUTION OF QUICK-PHASE INTERVALS IN OPTOKINETIC NYSTAGMUS

      Ophthalmic research
    51. FISCHER B; BISCALDI M; OTTO P
      SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENTS OF DYSLEXIC ADULT SUBJECTS

      Neuropsychologia


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