A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

J ORBACH, D EHRLICH, H A HEATH. Percept Mot Skills 1963
Times Cited: 122







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



Times Cited
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Similarity


Stable perception of visually ambiguous patterns.
David A Leopold, Melanie Wilke, Alexander Maier, Nikos K Logothetis. Nat Neurosci 2002
267
65


Visual competition.
Randolph Blake, Nikos K Logothetis. Nat Rev Neurosci 2002
810
43

Perception of temporally interleaved ambiguous patterns.
Alexander Maier, Melanie Wilke, Nikos K Logothetis, David A Leopold. Curr Biol 2003
90
45

Multistable phenomena: changing views in perception.
Leopold, Logothetis. Trends Cogn Sci 1999
458
37

Sensory memory for ambiguous vision.
Joel Pearson, Jan Brascamp. Trends Cogn Sci 2008
143
34



Multi-timescale perceptual history resolves visual ambiguity.
Jan W Brascamp, Tomas H J Knapen, Ryota Kanai, André J Noest, Raymond van Ee, Albert V van den Berg. PLoS One 2008
78
34

A neural basis for percept stabilization in binocular rivalry.
Philipp Sterzer, Geraint Rees. J Cogn Neurosci 2008
80
30

A short-term memory of multi-stable perception.
Alexander Pastukhov, Jochen Braun. J Vis 2008
53
43

Neural correlates of perceptual rivalry in the human brain.
E D Lumer, K J Friston, G Rees. Science 1998
500
22






Discontinuous presentation of ambiguous figures: how interstimulus-interval durations affect reversal dynamics and ERPs.
Jürgen Kornmeier, Werner Ehm, Heiko Bigalke, Michael Bach. Psychophysiology 2007
40
47

The neural bases of multistable perception.
Philipp Sterzer, Andreas Kleinschmidt, Geraint Rees. Trends Cogn Sci 2009
219
19

A spiking neuron model for binocular rivalry.
Carlo R Laing, Carson C Chow. J Comput Neurosci 2002
202
18

Early interactions between neuronal adaptation and voluntary control determine perceptual choices in bistable vision.
P C Klink, R van Ee, M M Nijs, G J Brouwer, A J Noest, R J A van Wezel. J Vis 2008
72
25

Computational evidence for a rivalry hierarchy in vision.
Hugh R Wilson. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003
270
17

Neural bases of binocular rivalry.
Frank Tong, Ming Meng, Randolph Blake. Trends Cogn Sci 2006
382
17

Noise-induced alternations in an attractor network model of perceptual bistability.
Rubén Moreno-Bote, John Rinzel, Nava Rubin. J Neurophysiol 2007
207
17

Intermittent ambiguous stimuli: implicit memory causes periodic perceptual alternations.
J W Brascamp, J Pearson, R Blake, A V van den Berg. J Vis 2009
42
40


Reversal time distribution in the perception of visual ambiguous stimuli.
A Borsellino, A De Marco, A Allazetta, S Rinesi, B Bartolini. Kybernetik 1972
135
16


The time course of binocular rivalry reveals a fundamental role of noise.
Jan W Brascamp, Raymond van Ee, André J Noest, Richard H A H Jacobs, Albert V van den Berg. J Vis 2006
139
16

Right parietal brain activity precedes perceptual alternation of bistable stimuli.
Juliane Britz, Theodor Landis, Christoph M Michel. Cereb Cortex 2009
133
16


Prime time: fatigue and set effects in the perception of reversible figures.
G M Long, T C Toppino, G W Mondin. Percept Psychophys 1992
74
20



Acceleration of reversals of a Necker cube.
L H Pelton, C M Solley. Am J Psychol 1968
45
31

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
14



Flash suppression and flash facilitation in binocular rivalry.
Jan W Brascamp, Tomas H J Knapen, Ryota Kanai, Raymond van Ee, Albert V van den Berg. J Vis 2007
58
24

Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability.
R van Ee, L C J van Dam, G J Brouwer. Vision Res 2005
131
14


Multistability in perception.
F Attneave. Sci Am 1971
174
13




Visual evoked potentials to illusory reversals of the necker cube.
B F O'Donnell, T Hendler, N K Squires. Psychophysiology 1988
32
37

Why do ambiguous figures reverse?
I Rock, S Hall, J Davis. Acta Psychol (Amst) 1994
57
21



Multistable perception: when bottom-up and top-down coincide.
Jürgen Kornmeier, Christine Maira Hein, Michael Bach. Brain Cogn 2009
46
26


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.