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Guillaume S Masson, Laurent U Perrinet. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2012
Times Cited: 32







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222 articles co-cited >1



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The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
50

Short latency ocular-following responses in man.
R S Gellman, J R Carl, F A Miles. Vis Neurosci 1990
164
43

Initial ocular following in humans: a response to first-order motion energy.
B M Sheliga, K J Chen, E J Fitzgibbon, F A Miles. Vision Res 2005
67
40



Precise recording of human eye movements.
H Collewijn, F van der Mark, T C Jansen. Vision Res 1975
488
34

More is not always better: adaptive gain control explains dissociation between perception and action.
Claudio Simoncini, Laurent U Perrinet, Anna Montagnini, Pascal Mamassian, Guillaume S Masson. Nat Neurosci 2012
39
34


Dynamics of distributed 1D and 2D motion representations for short-latency ocular following.
Frédéric V Barthélemy, Laurent U Perrinet, Eric Castet, Guillaume S Masson. Vision Res 2008
22
36




Spatiotemporal energy models for the perception of motion.
E H Adelson, J R Bergen. J Opt Soc Am A 1985
21


Ocular following in humans: spatial properties.
Christian Quaia, Boris M Sheliga, Edmond J Fitzgibbon, Lance M Optican. J Vis 2012
19
36


Nature and interaction of signals from the receptive field center and surround in macaque V1 neurons.
James R Cavanaugh, Wyeth Bair, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurophysiol 2002
516
18


How MT cells analyze the motion of visual patterns.
Nicole C Rust, Valerio Mante, Eero P Simoncelli, J Anthony Movshon. Nat Neurosci 2006
310
18





Temporal dynamics of 2D motion integration for ocular following in macaque monkeys.
Fréderic V Barthélemy, Jérome Fleuriet, Guillaume S Masson. J Neurophysiol 2010
19
26

Modelling the dynamics of motion integration with a new luminance-gated diffusion mechanism.
Emilien Tlapale, Guillaume S Masson, Pierre Kornprobst. Vision Res 2010
19
26

A model of neuronal responses in visual area MT.
E P Simoncelli, D J Heeger. Vision Res 1998
475
15


Neural activity in cortical area MST of alert monkey during ocular following responses.
K Kawano, M Shidara, Y Watanabe, S Yamane. J Neurophysiol 1994
195
15


Open-loop speed discrimination performance of ocular following response and perception.
Kim Joris Boström, Anne-Kathrin Warzecha. Vision Res 2010
20
25


Reversed short-latency ocular following.
G S Masson, D-S Yang, F A Miles. Vision Res 2002
27
14


Spatial frequency selectivity of cells in macaque visual cortex.
R L De Valois, D G Albrecht, L G Thorell. Vision Res 1982
932
12

Contrast's effect on spatial summation by macaque V1 neurons.
M P Sceniak, D L Ringach, M J Hawken, R Shapley. Nat Neurosci 1999
420
12

Motion illusions as optimal percepts.
Yair Weiss, Eero P Simoncelli, Edward H Adelson. Nat Neurosci 2002
536
12


Ocular following responses of monkeys to the competing motions of two sinusoidal gratings.
K Matsuura, K Miura, M Taki, H Tabata, N Inaba, K Kawano, F A Miles. Neurosci Res 2008
14
28

The visual motion detectors underlying ocular following responses in monkeys.
Kenichiro Miura, Kiyoto Matsuura, Masakatsu Taki, Hiromitsu Tabata, Naoko Inaba, Kenji Kawano, Frederick A Miles. Vision Res 2006
33
12



When your eyes see more than you do.
Abtine Tavassoli, Dario L Ringach. Curr Biol 2010
34
12

Tracking without perceiving: a dissociation between eye movements and motion perception.
Miriam Spering, Marc Pomplun, Marisa Carrasco. Psychol Sci 2011
30
13

Eye movements: the past 25 years.
Eileen Kowler. Vision Res 2011
245
12

Saccades and pursuit: two outcomes of a single sensorimotor process.
Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Philippe Lefèvre. J Physiol 2007
140
12

Ocular tracking: behavior and neurophysiology.
K Kawano. Curr Opin Neurobiol 1999
56
12





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.