A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Roberto Arrighi, David Alais, David Burr. Vision Res 2005
Times Cited: 18







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



Times Cited
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Similarity



Motion extrapolation in catching.
R Nijhawan. Nature 1994
449
66



Motion integration and postdiction in visual awareness.
D M Eagleman, T J Sejnowski. Science 2000
312
44



Latency difference, not spatial extrapolation.
D Whitney, I Murakami. Nat Neurosci 1998
183
38

Moving ahead through differential visual latency.
G Purushothaman, S S Patel, H E Bedell, H Ogmen. Nature 1998
157
38

Extrapolation or attention shift?
M V Baldo, S A Klein. Nature 1995
132
33

A flash-lag effect in random motion.
I Murakami. Vision Res 2001
49
33


Changing objects lead briefly flashed ones.
B R Sheth, R Nijhawan, S Shimojo. Nat Neurosci 2000
98
27


Neuronal latencies and the position of moving objects.
B Krekelberg, M Lappe. Trends Neurosci 2001
114
27





Is there an auditory-visual flash-lag effect?
Trevor J Hine, Amanda M V White, Mark Chappell. Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2003
9
55

Temporal ventriloquism: sound modulates the flash-lag effect.
Jean Vroomen, Beatrice de Gelder, Jean Vroomen. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2004
103
27

Motion smear.
D Burr. Nature 1980
222
27

Distortion in perceived image size accompanies flash lag in depth.
Terence C P Lee, Sieu K Khuu, Wang Li, Anthony Hayes. J Vis 2008
9
55


Simultaneity constancy.
Agnieszka Kopinska, Laurence R Harris. Perception 2004
58
22

Multisensory prior entry.
C Spence, D I Shore, R M Klein. J Exp Psychol Gen 2001
303
22


A direct demonstration of perceptual asynchrony in vision.
K Moutoussis, S Zeki. Proc Biol Sci 1997
173
22


The attentional modulation of the flash-lag effect.
M V C Baldo, J Namba. Braz J Med Biol Res 2002
15
26


Evidence for an attentional component of the perceptual misalignment between moving and flashing stimuli.
Marcus V C Baldo, Alexandre H Kihara, Janaina Namba, Stanley A Klein. Perception 2002
66
22

Illusions. What you see is what you hear.
L Shams, Y Kamitani, S Shimojo. Nature 2000
624
22


Hearing lips and seeing voices.
H McGurk, J MacDonald. Nature 1976
22


Extrapolating movement without retinal motion.
J Schlag, R H Cai, A Dorfman, A Mohempour, M Schlag-Rey. Nature 2000
33
22

Flash-lag effect: differential latency, not postdiction.
S S Patel, H Ogmen, H E Bedell, V Sampath. Science 2000
58
22

The position of moving objects.
B Krekelberg, M Lappe, D Whitney, P Cavanagh, D M Eagleman, T J Sejnowski. Science 2000
64
22


Object updating and the flash-lag effect.
Cathleen M Moore, James T Enns. Psychol Sci 2004
56
22




Reduction of the flash-lag effect in terms of active observation.
Makoto Ichikawa, Yuko Masakura. Atten Percept Psychophys 2010
10
40

The role of uncertainty in the systematic spatial mislocalization of moving objects.
Eli Brenner, Robert J van Beers, Gerben Rotman, Jeroen B J Smeets. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2006
35
22

Manual control of the visual stimulus reduces the flash-lag effect.
Makoto Ichikawa, Yuko Masakura. Vision Res 2006
20
22

Observer's control of the moving stimulus increases the flash-lag effect.
Lisa Scocchia, Rossana Actis Grosso, Claudio de'Sperati, Natale Stucchi, Gabriel Baud-Bovy. Vision Res 2009
10
40




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.