A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Eric Castet, Sébastien Jeanjean, Guillaume S Masson. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2002
Times Cited: 55







List of co-cited articles
392 articles co-cited >1



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Extraretinal control of saccadic suppression.
M R Diamond, J Ross, M C Morrone. J Neurosci 2000
160
54

Motion perception during saccadic eye movements.
E Castet, G S Masson. Nat Neurosci 2000
86
49

Changes in visual perception at the time of saccades.
J Ross, M C Morrone, M E Goldberg, D C Burr. Trends Neurosci 2001
379
49

Neuronal mechanisms of visual stability.
Robert H Wurtz. Vision Res 2008
374
45

Selective depression of motion sensitivity during saccades.
D C Burr, J Holt, J R Johnstone, J Ross. J Physiol 1982
118
38

Contrast sensitivity during saccadic eye movements.
F C Volkmann, L A Riggs, K D White, R K Moore. Vision Res 1978
102
29



The relationship between saccadic suppression and perceptual stability.
Tamara L Watson, Bart Krekelberg. Curr Biol 2009
39
38

Neural dynamics of saccadic suppression.
Frank Bremmer, Michael Kubischik, Klaus-Peter Hoffmann, Bart Krekelberg. J Neurosci 2009
120
27

Neural mechanisms of saccadic suppression.
A Thiele, P Henning, M Kubischik, K-P Hoffmann. Science 2002
164
25


Metacontrast and saccadic suppression.
E Matin, A B Clymer, L Matin. Science 1972
87
25

Contrast sensitivity at high velocities.
D C Burr, J Ross. Vision Res 1982
211
23

The site of saccadic suppression.
Kai V Thilo, Loredana Santoro, Vincent Walsh, Colin Blakemore. Nat Neurosci 2004
75
21


Human visual suppression.
F C Volkmann. Vision Res 1986
155
20


Masking the saccadic smear.
Marianne Duyck, Thérèse Collins, Mark Wexler. J Vis 2016
14
78

The role of attention in the programming of saccades.
E Kowler, E Anderson, B Dosher, E Blaser. Vision Res 1995
811
18

Spatiotemporal profile of peri-saccadic contrast sensitivity.
Jonas Knöll, Paola Binda, M Concetta Morrone, Frank Bremmer. J Vis 2011
34
29

'Saccadic suppression'- no need for an active extra-retinal mechanism.
E Castet, S Jeanjean, G S Masson. Trends Neurosci 2001
29
31

Compression of visual space before saccades.
J Ross, M C Morrone, D C Burr. Nature 1997
324
16


Enhanced motion sensitivity follows saccadic suppression in the superior temporal sulcus of the macaque cortex.
M R Ibbotson, N S C Price, N A Crowder, S Ono, M J Mustari. Cereb Cortex 2007
52
17

Optimal transsaccadic integration explains distorted spatial perception.
Matthias Niemeier, J Douglas Crawford, Douglas B Tweed. Nature 2003
122
16

Neural correlates of saccadic suppression in humans.
Raimund Kleiser, Rüdiger J Seitz, Bart Krekelberg. Curr Biol 2004
74
16


The Eyelink Toolbox: eye tracking with MATLAB and the Psychophysics Toolbox.
Frans W Cornelissen, Enno M Peters, John Palmer. Behav Res Methods Instrum Comput 2002
598
16

Peri-saccadic natural vision.
Michael Dorr, Peter J Bex. J Neurosci 2013
32
28





Saccadic suppression of low-level motion.
S Shioiri, P Cavanagh. Vision Res 1989
66
14

Transient cortical excitation at the onset of visual fixation.
Csaba Rajkai, Peter Lakatos, Chi-Ming Chen, Zsuzsa Pincze, Gyorgy Karmos, Charles E Schroeder. Cereb Cortex 2008
146
14

Saccadic modulation of neural responses: possible roles in saccadic suppression, enhancement, and time compression.
Michael R Ibbotson, Nathan A Crowder, Shaun L Cloherty, Nicholas S C Price, Michael J Mustari. J Neurosci 2008
68
14


Predictive remapping of attention across eye movements.
Martin Rolfs, Donatas Jonikaitis, Heiner Deubel, Patrick Cavanagh. Nat Neurosci 2011
209
14

Visual perception and saccadic eye movements.
Michael Ibbotson, Bart Krekelberg. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2011
95
14

Motion perception during saccades.
U J Ilg, K P Hoffmann. Vision Res 1993
43
16







Suppression of the magnocellular pathway during saccades.
J Ross, D Burr, C Morrone. Behav Brain Res 1996
75
12


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.