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    1. Onemu, SO; Ibeh, IN
      Studies on the significance of positive bacterial semen cultures in male fertility in Nigeria

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FERTILITY AND WOMENS MEDICINE
    2. Lindstrom, L; Alatalo, RV; Lyytinen, A; Mappes, J
      Predator experience on cryptic prey affects the survival of conspicuous aposematic prey

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Tanaka, Y; Shimojo, S
      Temporal and spatial characteristics of attention to facilitate manual andeye-movement responses

      PERCEPTION
    4. Shettleworth, SJ
      Animal cognition and animal behaviour

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    5. Speed, MP
      Can receiver psychology explain the evolution of aposematism?

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    6. Suzuki, T; Hirai, N
      The role of fixation point and subjects' readiness in the occurrence of express saccades as revealed by the self-initiation paradigm

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    7. Sparks, D; Rohrer, WH; Zhang, Y
      The role of the superior colliculus in saccade initiation: a study of express saccades and the gap effect

      VISION RESEARCH
    8. Machado, L; Rafal, RD
      Strategic control over saccadic eye movements: Studies of the fixation offset effect

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    9. Walker, R; Walker, DG; Husain, M; Kennard, C
      Control of voluntary and reflexive saccades

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Pratt, J; Bekkering, H; Leung, M
      Estimating the components of the gap effect

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Taylor, TL; Klein, RM; Munoz, DP
      Saccadic performance as a function of the presence and disappearance of auditory and visual fixation stimuli

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Gamberale-Stille, G; Tullberg, BS
      Experienced chicks show biased avoidance of stronger signals: an experiment with natural colour variation in live aposematic prey

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    13. Findlay, JM; Walker, R
      A model of saccade generation based on parallel processing and competitiveinhibition

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    14. Findlay, JM; Walker, R
      How are saccades generated? Response

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

      VISION RESEARCH
    16. Craig, GL; Stelmach, LB; Tam, WJ
      Control of reflexive and voluntary saccades in the gap effect

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    17. Dorris, MC; Taylor, TL; Klein, RM; Munoz, DP
      Influence of previous visual stimulus or saccade on saccadic reaction times in monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    18. Spantekow, A; Krappmann, P; Everling, S; Flohr, H
      Event-related potentials and saccadic reaction times: effects of fixation point offset or change

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. May, JG; Berg, ML; Zebley, LA
      Saccadic latency during perceptual processing and sequence learning

      DOCUMENTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA
    20. Wegner, AJ; Fahle, M
      Alcohol and visually guided saccades: gap effect and predictability of target location

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    21. Taylor, TL; Kingstone, A; Klein, RM
      The disappearance of foveal and nonfoveal stimuli: Decomposing the gap effect

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    22. SCHMIDSCHONBEIN C
      IMPROVEMENT OF SEIZURE CONTROL BY PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS IN PATIENTS WITH INTRACTABLE EPILEPSIES

      Seizure (London)
    23. Edworthy, J
      Does sound help us to work better with machines? A commentary on Rauterberg's paper 'About the importance of auditory alarms during the operation of a plant simulator'

      INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS
    24. JORGENSEN P
      SCHIZOPHRENIC DELUSIONS - THE DETECTION OF WARNING SIGNALS

      Schizophrenia research
    25. GEZECK S; TIMMER J
      DETECTING MULTIMODALITY IN SACCADIC REACTION-TIME DISTRIBUTIONS IN GAP AND OVERLAP TASKS

      Biological cybernetics
    26. GOMEZ C; MILLAN S; ATIENZA M; AGUILARBRAVO H; VAZQUEZ M; DELINTE A
      THE GAP EFFECT DURING VISUAL AND AUDITORY-STIMULATION USING MANUAL RESPONSES

      Biological psychology
    27. CSIBRA G; TUCKER LA; JOHNSON MH
      NEURAL CORRELATES OF SACCADE PLANNING IN INFANTS - A HIGH-DENSITY ERPSTUDY

      International journal of psychophysiology
    28. MACHADOPINHEIRO W; GAWRYSZEWSKI LG; RIBEIRODOVALLE LE
      GAP EFFECT AND REACTION-TIME DISTRIBUTION - SIMPLE VS CHOICE MANUAL RESPONSES

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    29. ABRAMS RA; OONK HM; PRATT J
      FIXATION POINT OFFSETS FACILITATE ENDOGENOUS SACCADES

      Perception & psychophysics
    30. WALKER R; HUSAIN M; HODGSON TL; HARRISON J; KENNARD C
      SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENT AND WORKING-MEMORY DEFICITS FOLLOWING DAMAGE TOHUMAN PREFRONTAL CORTEX

      Neuropsychologia
    31. TANAKA M; YOSHIDA T; FUKUSHIMA K
      LATENCY OF SACCADES DURING SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENT IN MAN - DIRECTIONAL ASYMMETRIES

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

      Experimental Brain Research
    33. DORE K; BEAUVILLAIN C
      LATENCY DEPENDENCE OF WORD-INITIAL LETTER INTEGRATION BY THE SACCADICSYSTEM

      Perception & psychophysics
    34. CSIBRA G; JOHNSON MH; TUCKER LA
      ATTENTION AND OCULOMOTOR CONTROL - A HIGH-DENSITY ERP STUDY OF THE GAP EFFECT

      Neuropsychologia
    35. WALKER R; DEUBEL H; SCHNEIDER WX; FINDLAY JM
      EFFECT OF REMOTE DISTRACTORS ON SACCADE PROGRAMMING - EVIDENCE FOR ANEXTENDED FIXATION ZONE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    36. CORNEIL BD; MUNOZ DP
      THE INFLUENCE OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL DISTRACTORS ON HUMAN ORIENTING GAZE SHIFTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. GOMEZ C; ATIENZA M; GOMEZ GJ; VAZQUEZ M
      RESPONSE LATENCIES AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING THE GAP PARADIGM USING SACCADIC RESPONSES IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    38. NICHOLS BS; MISRA R; ALEXY B
      CANCER-DETECTION - HOW EFFECTIVE IS PUBLIC-EDUCATION

      Cancer nursing
    39. WALKER R; FINDLAY JM
      SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENT PROGRAMMING IN UNILATERAL NEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    40. PARE M; MUNOZ DP
      SACCADIC REACTION-TIME IN THE MONKEY - ADVANCED PREPARATION OF OCULOMOTOR PROGRAMS IS PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR EXPRESS SACCADE OCCURRENCE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    41. KOPECZ K
      SACCADIC REACTION-TIMES IN GAP OVERLAP PARADIGMS - A MODEL-BASED ON INTEGRATION OF INTENTIONAL AND VISUAL INFORMATION ON NEURAL, DYNAMIC FIELDS

      Vision research
    42. KINGSTONE A; FENDRICH R; WESSINGER CM; REUTERLORENZ PA
      ARE MICROSACCADES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GAP EFFECT

      Perception & psychophysics
    43. 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
    44. 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
    45. HAAS EC; CASALI JG
      PERCEIVED URGENCY OF AND RESPONSE-TIME TO MULTITONE AND FREQUENCY-MODULATED WARNING SIGNALS IN BROAD-BAND NOISE

      Ergonomics
    46. WALTHERMULLER PU; ZNOJ HJ
      SACCADIC REACTION-TIMES REVISITED - THE RABBIT BEHIND THE TREE

      Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Psychologie
    47. TAM WJ; ONO H
      FIXATION DISENGAGEMENT AND EYE-MOVEMENT LATENCY

      Perception & psychophysics
    48. SERENO AB; HOLZMAN PS
      EXPRESS SACCADES AND SMOOTH-PURSUIT EYE-MOVEMENT FUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIC, AFFECTIVE-DISORDER, AND NORMAL SUBJECTS

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

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    50. KLEIN R; KINGSTONE A
      WHY DO VISUAL OFFSETS REDUCE SACCADIC LATENCIES

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    51. KINGSTONE A; KLEIN RM
      VISUAL OFFSETS FACILITATE SACCADIC LATENCY - DOES PREDISENGAGEMENT OFVISUOSPATIAL ATTENTION MEDIATE THIS GAP EFFECT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    52. TAM WAJ; STELMACH LB
      VIEWING BEHAVIOR - OCULAR AND ATTENTIONAL DISENGAGEMENT

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

      Perception & psychophysics
    54. SHIOIRI S
      POSTSACCADIC PROCESSING OF THE RETINAL IMAGE DURING PICTURE SCANNING

      Perception & psychophysics


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