A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Takahiro Kawabe, Kayo Miura. Exp Psychol 2008
Times Cited: 3







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



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity


Auditorily-induced illusory self-motion: a review.
Aleksander Väljamäe. Brain Res Rev 2009
38
33


Attentional load inhibits vection.
Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga. Atten Percept Psychophys 2011
32
33

Activation in human MT/MST by static images with implied motion.
Z Kourtzi, N Kanwisher. J Cogn Neurosci 2000
419
33


Separate visual pathways for perception and action.
M A Goodale, A D Milner. Trends Neurosci 1992
33

Attentional modulation of self-motion perception.
Michiteru Kitazaki, Takao Sato. Perception 2003
36
33


Static depiction of movement.
C Carello, L Rosenblum, A Grosofsky. Perception 1986
18
33

Simulated viewpoint jitter shakes sensory conflict accounts of vection.
Stephen Palmisano, Robert S Allison, Juno Kim, Frederick Bonato. Seeing Perceiving 2011
49
33

Neural correlates of implied motion.
Bart Krekelberg, Sabine Dannenberg, Klaus-Peter Hoffmann, Frank Bremmer, John Ross. Nature 2003
110
33

Vection aftereffects from expanding/contracting stimuli.
Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga. Seeing Perceiving 2010
33
33

Cognitive effects on visually induced body motion in children.
J C Lepecq, I Giannopulu, P M Baudonniere. Perception 1995
38
33

A motion aftereffect from still photographs depicting motion.
Jonathan Winawer, Alexander C Huk, Lera Boroditsky. Psychol Sci 2008
53
33

Perceived self-motion in two visual contexts: dissociable mechanisms underlie perception.
W Geoffrey Wright, Paul DiZio, James R Lackner. J Vestib Res 2006
28
33


The object and background hypothesis for vection.
Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga. Vision Res 2009
40
33


Induced self-motion in central vision.
G J Andersen, M L Braunstein. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 1985
117
33

Neural correlates of visual-motion perception as object- or self-motion.
Andreas Kleinschmidt, Kai V Thilo, Christian Büchel, Michael A Gresty, Adolfo M Bronstein, Richard S J Frackowiak. Neuroimage 2002
142
33

Motion impressions enhanced by converging motion lines.
Hiroyuki Ito, Takeharu Seno, Miyuki Yamanaka. Perception 2010
4
33


Inhibition of vection by red.
Takeharu Seno, Shoji Sunaga, Hiroyuki Ito. Atten Percept Psychophys 2010
15
33






An illusion of 3-D motion with the Ternus display.
Michael D Dodd, Tara McAuley, Jay Pratt. Vision Res 2005
5
33





The perception of apparent motion.
V S Ramachandran, S M Anstis. Sci Am 1986
60
33

The effect of configural orientation on perceived trajectory in apparent motion.
D R Proffit, D L Gilden, M K Kaiser, S M Whelan. Percept Psychophys 1988
18
33


Contrast configuration influences grouping in apparent motion.
Anna Ma-Wyatt, Colin W G Clifford, Peter Wenderoth. Perception 2005
8
33

Evidence for scene-based motion correspondence.
Elisabeth Hein, Cathleen M Moore. Atten Percept Psychophys 2014
8
33

Short- and long-range processes in visual apparent movement.
A Larsen, J E Farrell, C Bundesen. Psychol Res 1983
28
33


Optimising the Pinna--Brelstaff illusion.
Rick Gurnsey, Sharon L Sally, Cindy Potechin, Sandra Mancini. Perception 2002
23
33

Realities of virtual reality.
R L Gregory. Perception 1995
2
50





Objective measure of the dynamics of a visual movement illusion.
J Thorson, G D Lange, M Biederman-Thorson. Science 1969
29
33

Radial motion bias in macaque frontal eye field.
Quan Xiao, Andrei Barborica, Vincent P Ferrera. Vis Neurosci 2006
30
33

Motion detection from photopic to low scotopic luminance levels.
W A van de Grind, J J Koenderink, A J van Doorn. Vision Res 2000
20
33

Functional brain imaging of the Rotating Snakes illusion by fMRI.
Ichiro Kuriki, Hiroshi Ashida, Ikuya Murakami, Akiyoshi Kitaoka. J Vis 2008
36
33


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.