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    1. Ridder, WH; Borsting, E; Banton, T
      All developmental dyslexic subtypes display an elevated motion coherence threshold

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    2. Pack, C; Grossberg, S; Mingolla, E
      A neural model of smooth pursuit control and motion perception by corticalarea MST

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Priebe, NJ; Churchland, MM; Lisberger, SG
      Reconstruction of target speed for the guidance of pursuit eye movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Dodd, JV; Krug, K; Cumming, BG; Parker, AJ
      Perceptually bistable three-dimensional figures evoke high choice probabilities in cortical area

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Turano, KA; Massof, RW
      Nonlinear contribution of eye velocity to motion perception

      VISION RESEARCH
    6. Dobkins, KR; Bosworth, RG
      Effects of set-size and selective spatial attention on motion processing

      VISION RESEARCH
    7. Shadlen, MN; Newsome, WT
      Neural basis of a perceptual decision in the parietal cortex (area LIP) ofthe rhesus monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Soechting, JF; Engel, KC; Flanders, M
      The Duncker illusion and eye-hand coordination

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Matthews, N; Luber, B; Qian, N; Lisanby, SH
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation differentially affects speed and direction judgments

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Hibbard, PB; Bradshaw, MF; Eagle, RA
      Cue combination in the motion correspondence problem

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    11. Schenk, T; Mai, N; Ditterich, J; Zihl, J
      Can a motion-blind patient reach for moving objects?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Kourtzi, Z; Kanwisher, N
      Activation in human MT/MST by static images with implied motion

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Marois, R; Leung, HC; Gore, JC
      A stimulus-driven approach to object identity and location processing in the human drain

      NEURON
    14. 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
    15. Holzman, PS
      Eye movements and the search for the essence of schizophrenia

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    16. Willis, A; Anderson, SJ
      Effects of glaucoma and aging on photopic and scotopic motion perception

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    17. Barlow, H; Gardner-Medwin, A
      Localist representation can improve efficiency for detection and counting

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    18. Ido, K; Ohtani, Y; Ejima, Y
      Summation between nearby motion signals and facilitative/inhibitory interactions between distant motion signals

      VISION RESEARCH
    19. Bowd, C; Donnelly, M; Shorter, S; Patterson, R
      Cross-domain adaptation reveals that a common mechanism computes stereoscopic (cyclopean) and luminance plaid motion

      VISION RESEARCH
    20. Takeuchi, T; De Valois, KK
      Modulation of perceived contrast by a moving surround

      VISION RESEARCH
    21. Kusunoki, M; Gottlieb, J; Goldberg, ME
      The lateral intraparietal area as a salience map: the representation of abrupt onset, stimulus motion, and task relevance

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    23. Engel, KC; Anderson, JH; Soechting, JF
      Similarity in the response of smooth pursuit and manual tracking to a change in the direction of target motion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Recanzone, GH; Wurtz, RH
      Effects of attention on MT and MST neuronal activity during pursuit initiation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Miura, K; Nagano, T
      A computational model for the detection of object motion by moving observer using self-motion signals

      INFORMATION SCIENCES
    26. Baloch, AA; Grossberg, S; Mingolla, E; Nogueira, CAM
      Neural model of first-order and second-order motion perception and magnocellular dynamics

      JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION
    27. Anderson, BL; Barth, HC
      Motion-based mechanisms of illusory contour synthesis

      NEURON
    28. Koechlin, E; Anton, JL; Burnod, Y
      Bayesian inference in populations of cortical neurons: a model of motion integration and segmentation in area MT

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    29. Hibbard, PB; Bradshaw, MF
      Does binocular disparity facilitate the detection of transparent motion?

      PERCEPTION
    30. Snowden, RJ; Rossiter, MC
      Stereoscopic depth cues can segment motion information

      PERCEPTION
    31. Nishitani, N; Uutela, K; Shibasaki, H; Hari, R
      Cortical visuomotor integration during eye pursuit and eye-finger pursuit

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. DeAngelis, GC; Newsome, WT
      Organization of disparity-selective neurons in macaque area MT

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Britten, KH; Heuer, HW
      Spatial summation in the receptive fields of MT neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    34. Krauzlis, RJ; Stone, LS
      Tracking with the mind's eye

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    35. Sereno, ME; Sereno, MI
      2-D center-surround effects on 3-D structure-from-motion

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    36. Smith, AT; Curran, W; Braddick, OJ
      What motion distributions yield global transparency and spatial segmentation?

      VISION RESEARCH
    37. Hibbard, PB; Bradshaw, MF; DeBruyn, B
      Global motion processing is not tuned for binocular disparity

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Loffler, G; Orbach, HS
      Computing feature motion without feature detectors: A model for terminatormotion without end-stopped cells

      VISION RESEARCH
    39. Masson, GS; Mestre, DR; Stone, LS
      Speed tuning of motion segmentation and discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    40. Patterson, R
      Stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion sensing

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Eifuku, S; Wurtz, RH
      Response to motion in extrastriate area MSTl: Disparity sensitivity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    43. Recanzone, GH; Wurtz, RH
      Shift in smooth pursuit initiation and MT and MST neuronal activity under different stimulus conditions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    44. Raiguel, SE; Xiao, DK; Marcar, VL; Orban, GA
      Response latency of macaque area MT/V5 neurons and its relationship to stimulus parameters

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    45. Chen, Y; Palafox, GP; Nakayama, K; Levy, DL; Matthysse, S; Holzman, PS
      Motion perception in schizophrenia

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    46. Chen, Y; Levy, DL; Nakayama, K; Matthysse, S; Palafox, G; Holzman, PS
      Dependence of impaired eye tracking on deficient velocity discrimination in schizophrenia

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    47. XIAO DK; RAIGUEL S; MARCAR V; ORBAN GA
      INFLUENCE OF STIMULUS SPEED UPON THE ANTAGONISTIC SURROUNDS OF AREA MT V5 NEURONS/

      NeuroReport
    48. BRAUN D; PETERSEN D; SCHONLE P; FAHLE M
      DEFICITS AND RECOVERY OF FIRST-ORDER AND 2ND-ORDER MOTION PERCEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL CORTICAL-LESIONS

      European journal of neuroscience
    49. LIU L; VANHULLE MM
      MODELING THE SURROUND OF MT CELLS AND THEIR SELECTIVITY FOR SURFACE ORIENTATION IN-DEPTH SPECIFIED BY MOTION

      Neural computation
    50. BLAKE R; YU K; LOKEY M; NORMAN H
      BINOCULAR-RIVALRY AND MOTION PERCEPTION

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    51. DOBKINS KR; STONER GR; ALBRIGHT TD
      PERCEPTUAL, OCULOMOTOR, AND NEURAL RESPONSES TO MOVING COLOR PLAIDS

      Perception
    52. FAWCETT S; RAYMOND JE; ASTLE WF; SKOV CMB
      ANOMALIES OF MOTION PERCEPTION IN INFANTILE ESOTROPIA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    53. CLEMENTZ BA
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES OF (DIS)INHIBITION AS LIABILITY INDICATORS FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Psychophysiology
    54. CHEY J; GROSSBERG S; MINGOLLA E
      NEURAL DYNAMICS OF MOTION PROCESSING AND SPEED DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    55. MCCOLL SL; MITCHELL DE
      STEREODEFICIENT SUBJECTS SHOW SUBSTANTIAL DIFFERENCES IN INTEROCULAR TRANSFER OF 2 MOTION ADAPTATION AFTEREFFECTS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    56. BRITTEN KH; NEWSOME WT
      TUNING BANDWIDTHS FOR NEAR-THRESHOLD STIMULI IN AREA MT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. EIFUKU S; WURTZ RH
      RESPONSE TO MOTION IN EXTRASTRIATE AREA MST1 - CENTER-SURROUND INTERACTIONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    58. WILSON WW; ONEILL WE
      AUDITORY MOTION INDUCES DIRECTIONALLY DEPENDENT RECEPTIVE-FIELD SHIFTS IN INFERIOR COLLICULUS NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    59. Rizzo, M; Nawrot, M
      Perception of movement and shape in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN
    60. 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.
    61. CHEY J; GROSSBERG S; MINGOLLA E
      NEURAL DYNAMICS OF MOTION GROUPING - FROM APERTURE AMBIGUITY TO OBJECT SPEED AND DIRECTION

      Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science,and vision.
    62. 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
    63. XIAO DK; RAIGUEL S; MARCAR V; ORBAN GA
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF THE ANTAGONISTIC SURROUND OF MT V5 NEURONS/

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

      Cerebral cortex
    65. MALACH R; SCHIRMAN D; HAREL M; TOOTELL RBH; MALONEK D
      ORGANIZATION OF INTRINSIC CONNECTIONS IN OWL MONKEY AREA MT

      Cerebral cortex
    66. XIAO DK; MARCAR VL; RAIGUEL SE; ORBAN GA
      SELECTIVITY OF MACAQUE MT V5 NEURONS FOR SURFACE ORIENTATION IN-DEPTHSPECIFIED BY MOTION/

      European journal of neuroscience
    67. KIMMERLE B; WARZECHA AK; EGELHAAF M
      OBJECT DETECTION IN THE FLY DURING SIMULATED TRANSLATORY FLIGHT

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    68. LISBERGER SG; FERRERA VP
      VECTOR AVERAGING FOR SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS INITIATED BY 2 MOVING TARGETS IN MONKEYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. GROH JM; BORN RT; NEWSOME WT
      HOW IS A SENSORY MAP READ-OUT - EFFECTS OF MICROSTIMULATION IN VISUALAREA MT ON SACCADES AND SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    70. KIM J; WILSON HR
      MOTION INTEGRATION OVER SPACE - INTERACTION OF THE CENTER AND SURROUND MOTION

      Vision research
    71. VERGHESE P; STONE LS
      SPATIAL LAYOUT AFFECTS SPEED DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research
    72. BALOCH AA; GROSSBERG S
      A NEURAL MODEL OF HIGH-LEVEL MOTION PROCESSING - LINE MOTION AND FORMOTION DYNAMICS

      Vision research
    73. ALAIS D; WENDEROTH P; BURKE D
      THE SIZE AND NUMBER OF PLAID BLOBS MEDIATE THE MISPERCEPTION OF TYPE-II PLAID DIRECTION

      Vision research
    74. RECANZONE GH; WURTZ RH; SCHWARZ U
      RESPONSES OF MT AND MST NEURONS TO ONE AND 2 MOVING-OBJECTS IN THE RECEPTIVE-FIELD

      Journal of neurophysiology
    75. JOLY TJ; BENDER DB
      LOSS OF RELATIVE-MOTION SENSITIVITY IN THE MONKEY SUPERIOR COLLICULUSAFTER LESIONS OF CORTICAL AREA MT

      Experimental Brain Research
    76. BARTON JJS; SHARPE JA
      SMOOTH-PURSUIT AND SACCADES TO MOVING TARGETS IN BLIND HEMIFIELDS - ACOMPARISON OF MEDIAL OCCIPITAL, LATERAL OCCIPITAL AND OPTIC RADIATIONLESIONS

      Brain
    77. GALLETTI C; FATTORI P; BATTAGLINI PP; SHIPP S; ZEKI S
      FUNCTIONAL DEMARCATION OF A BORDER BETWEEN AREAS V6 AND V6A IN THE SUPERIOR PARIETAL GYRUS OF THE MACAQUE MONKEY

      European journal of neuroscience
    78. ALAIS D; VANDERSMAGT MJ; VERSTRATEN FAJ; VANDEGRIND WA
      MONOCULAR MECHANISMS DETERMINE PLAID MOTION COHERENCE

      Visual neuroscience
    79. NORCIA AM
      ABNORMAL MOTION PROCESSING AND BINOCULARITY - INFANTILE ESOTROPIA AS A MODEL SYSTEM FOR EFFECTS OF EARLY INTERRUPTIONS OF BINOCULARITY

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

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    81. WANG RY
      A NETWORK MODEL FOR THE OPTIC FLOW COMPUTATION OF THE MST NEURONS

      Neural networks
    82. BARTON JJS; SIMPSON T; KIRIAKOPOULOS E; STEWART C; CRAWLEY A; GUTHRIE B; WOOD M; MIKULIS D
      FUNCTIONAL MRI OF LATERAL OCCIPITOTEMPORAL CORTEX DURING PURSUIT AND MOTION PERCEPTION

      Annals of neurology
    83. NORMAN HF; NORMAN JF; TODD JT; LINDSEY DT
      SPATIAL INTERACTIONS IN PERCEIVED SPEED

      Perception
    84. KAHLON M; LISBERGER SG
      COORDINATE SYSTEM FOR LEARNING IN THE SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS OFMONKEYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    85. KIORPES L; WALTON PJ; OKEEFE LP; MOVSHON JA; LISBERGER SG
      EFFECTS OF EARLY-ONSET ARTIFICIAL STRABISMUS ON PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTSAND ON NEURONAL RESPONSES IN AREA MT OF MACAQUE MONKEYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    86. CORNILLEAUPERES V; GIELEN CCAM
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SELF-MOTION AND DEPTH-PERCEPTION IN THE PROCESSING OF OPTIC FLOW

      Trends in neurosciences
    87. BURACAS GT; ALBRIGHT TD
      CONTRIBUTION OF AREA MT TO PERCEPTION OF 3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE - A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY

      Vision research
    88. 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
    89. LORENCEAU J
      MOTION INTEGRATION WITH DOT PATTERNS - EFFECTS OF MOTION NOISE AND STRUCTURAL INFORMATION

      Vision research
    90. EDWARDS M; BADCOCK DR
      GLOBAL-MOTION PERCEPTION - INTERACTION OF CHROMATIC AND LUMINANCE SIGNALS

      Vision research
    91. TYCHSEN L; RASTELLI A; STEINMAN S; STEINMAN B
      BIASES OF MOTION PERCEPTION REVEALED BY REVERSING GRATINGS IN HUMANS WHO HAD INFANTILE-ONSET STRABISMUS

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    92. BARTON JJS; SHARPE JA; RAYMOND JE
      DIRECTIONAL DEFECTS IN PURSUIT AND MOTION PERCEPTION IN HUMANS WITH UNILATERAL CEREBRAL-LESIONS

      Brain
    93. MORGAN MJ; TYLER CW
      MECHANISMS FOR DYNAMIC STEREOMOTION RESPOND SELECTIVELY TO HORIZONTALVELOCITY COMPONENTS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    94. MORROW MJ; SHARPE JA
      DEFICITS OF SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENT AFTER UNILATERAL FRONTAL-LOBELESIONS

      Annals of neurology
    95. MIURA K; KURATA K; NAGANO T
      SELF-ORGANIZATION OF THE VELOCITY SELECTIVITY OF A DIRECTIONALLY SELECTIVE NEURAL-NETWORK

      Biological cybernetics
    96. NOWLAN SJ; SEJNOWSKI TJ
      A SELECTION MODEL FOR MOTION PROCESSING IN AREA MT OF PRIMATES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    97. FERRERA VP; LISBERGER SG
      ATTENTION AND TARGET SELECTION FOR SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    98. NAWROT M; RIZZO M
      MOTION PERCEPTION DEFICITS FROM MIDLINE CEREBELLAR LESIONS IN HUMAN

      Vision research
    99. NORCIA AM; HAMER RD; JAMPOLSKY A; ORELBIXLER D
      PLASTICITY OF HUMAN MOTION PROCESSING MECHANISMS FOLLOWING SURGERY FOR INFANTILE ESOTROPIA

      Vision research
    100. EDWARDS M; BADCOCK DR
      GLOBAL MOTION PERCEPTION - NO INTERACTION BETWEEN THE FIRST-ORDER AND2ND-ORDER MOTION PATHWAYS

      Vision research


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