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Peter Thier, Uwe J Ilg. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2005
Times Cited: 97







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



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Recasting the smooth pursuit eye movement system.
Richard J Krauzlis. J Neurophysiol 2004
309
38



A model of the smooth pursuit eye movement system.
D A Robinson, J L Gordon, S E Gordon. Biol Cybern 1986
315
19

Visual motion processing and sensory-motor integration for smooth pursuit eye movements.
S G Lisberger, E J Morris, L Tychsen. Annu Rev Neurosci 1987
453
18

The control of voluntary eye movements: new perspectives.
Richard J Krauzlis. Neuroscientist 2005
141
18


Saccades and pursuit: two outcomes of a single sensorimotor process.
Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Philippe Lefèvre. J Physiol 2007
134
15



Human smooth pursuit: stimulus-dependent responses.
J R Carl, R S Gellman. J Neurophysiol 1987
282
13



Gain control in human smooth-pursuit eye movements.
Anne K Churchland, Stephen G Lisberger. J Neurophysiol 2002
50
22





Cortical mechanisms of smooth pursuit eye movements with target blanking. An fMRI study.
Rebekka Lencer, Matthias Nagel, Andreas Sprenger, Silke Zapf, Christian Erdmann, Wolfgang Heide, Ferdinand Binkofski. Eur J Neurosci 2004
67
14

Slow eye movements.
U J Ilg. Prog Neurobiol 1997
112
10


What triggers catch-up saccades during visual tracking?
Sophie de Brouwer, Demet Yuksel, Gunnar Blohm, Marcus Missal, Philippe Lefèvre. J Neurophysiol 2002
109
10


Smooth-pursuit eye movement representation in the primate frontal eye field.
M G MacAvoy, J P Gottlieb, C J Bruce. Cereb Cortex 1991
263
10


From following edges to pursuing objects.
Guillaume S Masson, Leland S Stone. J Neurophysiol 2002
53
16



Parametric modulation of cortical activation during smooth pursuit with and without target blanking. an fMRI study.
Matthias Nagel, Andreas Sprenger, Silke Zapf, Christian Erdmann, Detlef Kömpf, Wolfgang Heide, Ferdinand Binkofski, Rebekka Lencer. Neuroimage 2006
58
15




Direct evidence for a position input to the smooth pursuit system.
Gunnar Blohm, Marcus Missal, Philippe Lefèvre. J Neurophysiol 2005
43
18



Structure and function of visual area MT.
Richard T Born, David C Bradley. Annu Rev Neurosci 2005
541
8


Spatial allocation of attention during smooth pursuit eye movements.
Lee P Lovejoy, Garth A Fowler, Richard J Krauzlis. Vision Res 2009
56
14



Spatial deployment of attention influences both saccadic and pursuit tracking.
Laurent Madelain, Richard J Krauzlis, Josh Wallman. Vision Res 2005
34
20


Frontal cortical control of smooth-pursuit.
Kikuro Fukushima. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2003
37
18

Human ocular pursuit during the transient disappearance of a visual target.
Simon J Bennett, Graham R Barnes. J Neurophysiol 2003
88
7

Reduced neuronal activity in the V5 complex underlies smooth-pursuit deficit in schizophrenia: evidence from an fMRI study.
Rebekka Lencer, Matthias Nagel, Andreas Sprenger, Wolfgang Heide, Ferdinand Binkofski. Neuroimage 2005
48
14

Specific motion processing pathway deficit during eye tracking in schizophrenia: a performance-matched functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
L Elliot Hong, Malle Tagamets, Matthew Avila, Ikwunga Wonodi, Henry Holcomb, Gunvant K Thaker. Biol Psychiatry 2005
64
10

Smooth pursuit eye movements to extraretinal motion signals: deficits in relatives of patients with schizophrenia.
G K Thaker, D E Ross, S L Cassady, H M Adami, D LaPorte, D R Medoff, A Lahti. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1998
86
8

An fMRI study of optokinetic nystagmus and smooth-pursuit eye movements in humans.
Christina S Konen, Raimund Kleiser, Rüdiger J Seitz, Frank Bremmer. Exp Brain Res 2005
92
7

A sensory source for motor variation.
Leslie C Osborne, Stephen G Lisberger, William Bialek. Nature 2005
183
7



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.