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    1. Payne, BR; Lomber, SG
      Reconstructing functional systems after lesions of cerebral cortex

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Kleiser, R; Wittsack, J; Niedeggen, M; Goebel, R; Stoerig, P
      Is V1 necessary for conscious vision in areas of relative cortical blindness?

      NEUROIMAGE
    3. Vanni, S; Raninen, A; Nasanen, R; Tanskanen, T; Hyvarinen, L
      Dynamics of cortical activation in a hemianopic patient

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Goebel, R; Muckli, L; Zanella, FE; Singer, W; Stoerig, P
      Sustained extrastriate cortical activation without visual awareness revealed by fMRI studies of hemianopic patients

      VISION RESEARCH
    5. Moore, T; Rodman, HR; Gross, CG
      Direction of motion discrimination after early lesions of striate cortex (V1) of the macaque monkey

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    6. Theoret, H; Boire, D; Herbin, M; Ptito, M
      Anatomical sparing in the superior colliculus of hemispherectomized monkeys

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Azzopardi, P; King, SM; Cowey, A
      Pattern electroretinograms after cerebral hemispherectomy

      BRAIN
    8. Azzopardi, P; Cowey, A
      Motion discrimination in cortically blind patients

      BRAIN
    9. Kasten, E; Poggel, DA; Sabel, BA
      Computer-based training of stimulus detection improves color and simple pattern recognition in the defective field of hemianopic subjects

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Theoret, H; Boire, D; Ptito, M
      Retinal projections to the pregeniculate nucleus in the hemispherectomizedmonkey

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    11. Suzuki, K; Yamadori, A
      Intact verbal description of letters with diminished awareness of their forms

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    12. Boire, D; Theoret, H; Herbin, M; Casanova, C; Ptito, M
      Retinogeniculate projections following early cerebral hemispherectomy in the vervet monkey

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Ptito, M; Johannsen, P; Faubert, J; Gjedde, A
      Activation of human extrageniculostriate pathways after damage to area V1

      NEUROIMAGE
    14. Kentridge, RW; Heywood, CA; Weiskrantz, L
      Attention without awareness in blindsight

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    15. Herbin, M; Boire, D; Theoret, H; Ptito, M
      Transneuronal degeneration of retinal ganglion cells in early hemispherectomized monkeys

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Benson, PJ; Guo, K; Hardiman, MJ
      Cortical evoked potentials due to motion contrast in the blind hemifield

      NEUROREPORT
    17. Jackson, SR
      Pathological perceptual completion in hemianopia extends to the control ofreach-to-grasp movements

      NEUROREPORT
    18. Payne, BR
      System-wide repercussions and adaptive plasticity: the sequelae of immature visual cortex damage

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Werth, R; Moehrenschlager, M
      The development of visual functions in cerebrally blind children during a systematic visual field training

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Wessinger, CM; Fendrich, R; Gazzaniga, MS
      Variability of residual vision in hemianopic subjects

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Scharli, H; Harman, AM; Hogben, JH
      Blindsight in subjects with homonymous visual field defects

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Graves, RE; Frerichs, RJ; Cook, JA
      Visual localization in dyslexia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    23. Baseler, HA; Morland, AB; Wandell, BA
      Topographic organization of human visual areas in the absence of input from primary cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. FAUBERT J; DIACONU V; PTITO M; PTITO A
      RESIDUAL VISION IN THE BLIND FIELD OF HEMIDECORTICATED HUMANS PREDICTED BY A DIFFUSION SCATTER MODEL AND SELECTIVE SPECTRAL ABSORPTION OF THE HUMAN EYE

      Vision research (Oxford)
    25. Cowey, A; Stoerig, P; Williams, C
      Variance in transneuronal retrograde ganglion cell degeneration in monkeysafter removal of striate cortex: effects of size of the cortical lesion

      VISION RESEARCH
    26. Weiskrantz, L; Cowey, A; Barbur, JL
      Differential pupillary constriction and awareness in the absence of striate cortex

      BRAIN
    27. Morland, AB; Jones, SR; Finlay, AL; Deyzac, E; Le, S; Kemp, S
      Visual perception of motion, luminance and colour in a human hemianope

      BRAIN
    28. KASTEN E; WUST S; BEHRENSBAUMANN W; SABEL BA
      COMPUTER-BASED TRAINING FOR THE TREATMENT OF PARTIAL BLINDNESS

      Nature medicine
    29. AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A
      BLINDSIGHT AND VISUAL AWARENESS

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    30. ROSSETTI Y
      IMPLICIT SHORT-LIVED MOTOR REPRESENTATIONS OF SPACE IN BRAIN-DAMAGED AND HEALTHY-SUBJECTS

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    31. GUO K; BENSON PJ; BLAKEMORE C
      RESIDUAL MOTION DISCRIMINATION USING COLOR INFORMATION WITHOUT PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX

      NeuroReport
    32. SAHRAIE A; WEISKRANTZ L; BARBUR JL
      AWARENESS AND CONFIDENCE RATINGS IN MOTION PERCEPTION WITHOUT GENICULO-STRIATE PROJECTION

      Behavioural brain research
    33. WEISKRANTZ L; COWEY A; LEMARE C
      LEARNING FROM THE PUPIL - A SPATIAL VISUAL CHANNEL IN THE ABSENCE OF V1 IN MONKEY AND HUMAN

      Brain (Print)
    34. ZEKI S; FFYTCHE DH
      THE RIDDOCH-SYNDROME - INSIGHTS INTO THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CONSCIOUS VISION

      Brain
    35. WALL M
      POSTGENICULATE AFFERENT VISUAL-SYSTEM AND VISUAL HIGHER CORTICAL FUNCTION, 1995-1996

      Journal of neuro-ophthalmology
    36. DANZIGER S; FENDRICH R; RAFAL RD
      INHIBITORY TAGGING OF LOCATIONS IN THE BLIND FIELD OF HEMIANOPIC PATIENTS

      Consciousness and cognition
    37. FINLAY AL; JONES SR; MORLAND AB; OGILVIE JA
      MOVEMENT IN THE NORMAL VISUAL HEMIFIELD INDUCES A PERCEPT IN THE BLIND HEMIFIELD OF A HUMAN HEMIANOPE

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    38. SAHRAIE A; BARBUR JL
      PUPIL RESPONSE TRIGGERED BY THE ONSET OF COHERENT MOTION

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    39. BARTON JJS; SHARPE JA
      MOTION DIRECTION DISCRIMINATION IN BLIND HEMIFIELDS

      Annals of neurology
    40. FARAH MJ; FEINBERG TE
      CONSCIOUSNESS OF PERCEPTION AFTER BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Seminars in neurology
    41. HOLLIDAY IE; ANDERSON SJ; HARDING GFA
      MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE FOR NON-GENICULOSTRIATE VISUAL INPUTTO HUMAN CORTICAL AREA V5

      Neuropsychologia
    42. AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A
      IS BLINDSIGHT LIKE NORMAL, NEAR-THRESHOLD VISION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. PAMBAKIAN ALM; KENNARD C
      CAN VISUAL FUNCTION BE RESTORED IN PATIENTS WITH HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA

      British journal of ophthalmology
    44. TOMAIUOLO F; PTITO M; MARZI CA; PAUS T; PTITO A
      BLINDSIGHT IN HEMISPHERECTOMIZED PATIENTS AS REVEALED BY SPATIAL SUMMATION ACROSS THE VERTICAL MERIDIAN

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

      Brain
    46. STOERIG P; COWEY A
      BLINDSIGHT IN MAN AND MONKEY

      Brain
    47. STOERIG P; FAUBERT J; PTITO M; DIACONU V; PTITO A
      NO BLINDSIGHT FOLLOWING HEMIDECORTICATION IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      NeuroReport
    48. WEISKRANTZ L
      BLINDSIGHT REVISITED

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    49. KING SM; AZZOPARDI P; COWEY A; OXBURY J; OXBURY S
      THE ROLE OF LIGHT SCATTER IN THE RESIDUAL VISUAL SENSITIVITY OF PATIENTS WITH COMPLETE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERECTOMY

      Visual neuroscience
    50. KING SM; FREY S; VILLEMURE JG; PTITO A; AZZOPARDI P
      PERCEPTION OF MOTION-IN-DEPTH IN PATIENTS WITH PARTIAL OR COMPLETE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERECTOMY

      Behavioural brain research
    51. WESSINGER CM; FENDRICH R; PTITO A; VILLEMURE JG; GAZZANIGA MS
      RESIDUAL VISION WITH AWARENESS IN THE FIELD CONTRALATERAL TO A PARTIAL OR COMPLETE FUNCTIONAL HEMISPHERECTOMY

      Neuropsychologia
    52. FFYTCHE DH; GUY CN; ZEKI S
      MOTION SPECIFIC RESPONSES FROM A BLIND HEMIFIELD

      Brain
    53. ZEKI S
      THE MOTION VISION OF THE BLIND

      NeuroImage
    54. COWEY A; STOERIG P
      BLINDSIGHT IN MONKEYS

      Nature
    55. BECKERS G; ZEKI S
      THE CONSEQUENCES OF INACTIVATING AREAS V1 AND V5 ON VISUAL-MOTION PERCEPTION

      Brain
    56. GAZZANIGA MS; FENDRICH R; WESSINGER CM
      BLINDSIGHT RECONSIDERED

      Current directions in psychological science
    57. CELESIA GG; DEMARCO PJ
      ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    58. FABRETHORPE M; LEVESQUE F; BUSER P
      PRESERVATION OF POINTING ACCURACY TOWARD MOVING TARGETS AFTER EXTENSIVE VISUAL CORTICAL ABLATIONS IN CATS

      Cortex
    59. STOERIG P
      SPATIAL SUMMATION IN BLINDSIGHT

      Visual neuroscience
    60. STOERIG P
      SOURCES OF BLINDSIGHT

      Science


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