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Sven P Heinrich, Maarten J van der Smagt, Michael Bach, Michael B Hoffmann. J Vis 2004
Times Cited: 29







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



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A new transparent motion aftereffect.
M J van der Smagt, F A Verstraten, W A van de Grind. Nat Neurosci 1999
49
31

Independent speed-tuned global-motion systems.
M Edwards, D R Badcock, A T Smith. Vision Res 1998
58
31

Slow and fast visual motion channels have independent binocular-rivalry stages.
W A van de Grind, P van Hof, M J van der Smagt, F A Verstraten. Proc Biol Sci 2001
43
31

Identification of the visual motion area (area V5) in the human brain by dipole source analysis.
T Probst, H Plendl, W Paulus, E R Wist, M Scherg. Exp Brain Res 1993
116
27

Aftereffect of high-speed motion.
F A Verstraten, M J van der Smagt, W A van de Grind. Perception 1998
52
27

Contrast dependence of motion-onset and pattern-reversal evoked potentials.
Z Kubová, M Kuba, H Spekreijse, C Blakemore. Vision Res 1995
134
24


Speed-dependent motion-sensitive responses in V5: an fMRI study.
D Chawla, J Phillips, C Buechel, R Edwards, K J Friston. Neuroimage 1998
64
24

The maturation of form and motion perception in school age children.
E E Parrish, D E Giaschi, C Boden, R Dougherty. Vision Res 2005
97
24

Disentangling neural structures for processing of high- and low-speed visual motion.
Jeannette A M Lorteije, Richard J A van Wezel, Maarten J van der Smagt. Eur J Neurosci 2008
13
53



Spatiotemporal activity of a cortical network for processing visual motion revealed by MEG and fMRI.
S P Ahlfors, G V Simpson, A M Dale, J W Belliveau, A K Liu, A Korvenoja, J Virtanen, M Huotilainen, R B Tootell, H J Aronen,[...]. J Neurophysiol 1999
162
20


Human visual motion areas determined individually by magnetoencephalography and 3D magnetic resonance imaging.
M Bundo, Y Kaneoke, S Inao, J Yoshida, A Nakamura, R Kakigi. Hum Brain Mapp 2000
52
20



Putting order into the development of sensitivity to global motion.
D Ellemberg, T L Lewis, M Dirks, D Maurer, T Ledgeway, J-P Guillemot, F Lepore. Vision Res 2004
60
20

Discrimination of speed in 5-year-olds and adults: are children up to speed?
I J Ahmed, T L Lewis, D Ellemberg, D Maurer. Vision Res 2005
28
21


Adaptation characteristics of steady-state motion visual evoked potentials.
Sven P Heinrich, Michael Bach. Clin Neurophysiol 2003
32
17

Human V5 demonstrated by magnetoencephalography using random dot kinematograms of different coherence levels.
Hajime Nakamura, Satoshi Kashii, Takashi Nagamine, Yoshie Matsui, Tadashi Hashimoto, Yoshihito Honda, Hiroshi Shibasaki. Neurosci Res 2003
56
17

Brain areas sensitive to coherent visual motion.
O J Braddick, J M O'Brien, J Wattam-Bell, J Atkinson, T Hartley, R Turner. Perception 2001
239
17

Better perception of global motion after monocular than after binocular deprivation.
Dave Ellemberg, Terri L Lewis, Daphne Maurer, Sonia Brar, Henry P Brent. Vision Res 2002
127
17

Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: implications for models of motion perception.
Peter Thompson, Kevin Brooks, Stephen T Hammett. Vision Res 2006
77
17


The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
17

Development of sensitivity to visual motion in macaque monkeys.
Lynne Kiorpes, J Anthony Movshon. Vis Neurosci 2004
73
17

Effects of speed, age, and amblyopia on the perception of motion-defined form.
Jake Hayward, Grace Truong, Marita Partanen, Deborah Giaschi. Vision Res 2011
45
17



Direction tuning of human motion detection determined from a population model.
J Peter Maurer, Thomas S Heinrich, Michael Bach. Eur J Neurosci 2004
9
44

Visual evoked potentials specific for motion onset.
M Kuba, Z Kubová. Doc Ophthalmol 1992
108
13

Motion-onset visual-evoked potentials as a function of retinal eccentricity in man.
L Schlykowa, B W van Dijk, W H Ehrenstein. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 1993
49
13


Many areas in the human brain respond to visual motion.
P Dupont, G A Orban, B De Bruyn, A Verbruggen, L Mortelmans. J Neurophysiol 1994
207
13

Motion-responsive regions of the human brain.
S Sunaert, P Van Hecke, G Marchal, G A Orban. Exp Brain Res 1999
291
13

Neuronal basis of the motion aftereffect reconsidered.
A C Huk, D Ress, D J Heeger. Neuron 2001
214
13


Effect of adaptation direction on the motion VEP and perceived speed of drifting gratings.
Rolf Müller, Edith Göpfert, Marcus Leineweber, Mark W Greenlee. Vision Res 2004
8
50

Properties of visual evoked potentials to onset of movement on a television screen.
Z Kubová, M Kuba, J Hubacek, F Vít. Doc Ophthalmol 1990
47
13

Motion-onset VEPs reflect long maturation and early aging of visual motion-processing system.
J Langrová, M Kuba, J Kremlácek, Z Kubová, F Vít. Vision Res 2006
48
13

Integration after adaptation to transparent motion: static and dynamic test patterns result in different aftereffect directions.
F A Verstraten, M J van der Smagt, R E Fredericksen, W A van de Grind. Vision Res 1999
36
13

A primer on motion visual evoked potentials.
Sven P Heinrich. Doc Ophthalmol 2007
52
13



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