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Stuart Fuller, Ruby Z Rodriguez, Marisa Carrasco. J Vis 2008
Times Cited: 65







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



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity


Attention alters appearance.
Marisa Carrasco, Sam Ling, Sarah Read. Nat Neurosci 2004
541
47

Covert attention affects the psychometric function of contrast sensitivity.
E Leslie Cameron, Joanna C Tai, Marisa Carrasco. Vision Res 2002
211
44




Temporal performance fields: visual and attentional factors.
Marisa Carrasco, Anna Marie Giordano, Brian McElree. Vision Res 2004
90
35





Attention alters the appearance of spatial frequency and gap size.
Joetta Gobell, Marisa Carrasco. Psychol Sci 2005
110
30


Visual attention: the past 25 years.
Marisa Carrasco. Vision Res 2011
991
29

Orienting of attention.
M I Posner. Q J Exp Psychol 1980
27

Neural correlates of the visual vertical meridian asymmetry.
Taosheng Liu, David J Heeger, Marisa Carrasco. J Vis 2006
65
27

Attention changes perceived size of moving visual patterns.
Katharina Anton-Erxleben, Christian Henrich, Stefan Treue. J Vis 2007
76
26

Attention biases decisions but does not alter appearance.
Keith A Schneider, Marcell Komlos. J Vis 2008
83
26

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
26


Does attention alter appearance?
Keith A Schneider. Percept Psychophys 2006
41
39

Attention makes moving objects be perceived to move faster.
Massimo Turatto, Massimo Vescovi, Matteo Valsecchi. Vision Res 2007
47
34

Attentional resolution and the locus of visual awareness.
S He, P Cavanagh, J Intriligator. Nature 1996
669
24

Topography of ganglion cells in human retina.
C A Curcio, K A Allen. J Comp Neurol 1990
24

Perceptual asymmetries are preserved in short-term memory tasks.
Leila Montaser-Kouhsari, Marisa Carrasco. Atten Percept Psychophys 2009
25
64

When size matters: attention affects performance by contrast or response gain.
Katrin Herrmann, Leila Montaser-Kouhsari, Marisa Carrasco, David J Heeger. Nat Neurosci 2010
180
24

Involuntary attention and brightness contrast.
William Prinzmetal, Virginia Long, James Leonhardt. Percept Psychophys 2008
38
39



Voluntary attention enhances contrast appearance.
Taosheng Liu, Jared Abrams, Marisa Carrasco. Psychol Sci 2009
95
23

Perceptual enhancement of contrast by attention.
Stefan Treue. Trends Cogn Sci 2004
47
29


On the flexibility of sustained attention and its effects on a texture segmentation task.
Yaffa Yeshurun, Barbara Montagna, Marisa Carrasco. Vision Res 2008
74
21




Attention alters the appearance of motion coherence.
Taosheng Liu, Stuart Fuller, Marisa Carrasco. Psychon Bull Rev 2006
56
23

Attention speeds processing across eccentricity: feature and conjunction searches.
Marisa Carrasco, Anna Marie Giordano, Brian McElree. Vision Res 2006
66
20



On the automaticity and flexibility of covert attention: a speed-accuracy trade-off analysis.
Anna Marie Giordano, Brian McElree, Marisa Carrasco. J Vis 2009
96
20

Attention trades off spatial acuity.
Barbara Montagna, Franco Pestilli, Marisa Carrasco. Vision Res 2009
90
20


Contrast sensitivity as a function of position on the retina.
J P Rijsdijk, J N Kroon, G J van der Wildt. Vision Res 1980
105
20

Cue contrast modulates the effects of exogenous attention on appearance.
Stuart Fuller, Yunsoo Park, Marisa Carrasco. Vision Res 2009
37
35


When sustained attention impairs perception.
Sam Ling, Marisa Carrasco. Nat Neurosci 2006
91
18

Transient covert attention and the perceived rate of flicker.
Barbara Montagna, Marisa Carrasco. J Vis 2006
26
46

Attention increases sensitivity of V4 neurons.
J H Reynolds, T Pasternak, R Desimone. Neuron 2000
735
18

How do attention and adaptation affect contrast sensitivity?
Franco Pestilli, Gerardo Viera, Marisa Carrasco. J Vis 2007
77
18

Attentional modulation of visual processing.
John H Reynolds, Leonardo Chelazzi. Annu Rev Neurosci 2004
728
18


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.