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Sergio Delle Monache, Francesco Lacquaniti, Gianfranco Bosco. Exp Brain Res 2015
Times Cited: 24







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284 articles co-cited >1



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Visuo-motor coordination and internal models for object interception.
Myrka Zago, Joseph McIntyre, Patrice Senot, Francesco Lacquaniti. Exp Brain Res 2009
153
58

Catching what we can't see: manual interception of occluded fly-ball trajectories.
Gianfranco Bosco, Sergio Delle Monache, Francesco Lacquaniti. PLoS One 2012
38
58

Internal models of target motion: expected dynamics overrides measured kinematics in timing manual interceptions.
Myrka Zago, Gianfranco Bosco, Vincenzo Maffei, Marco Iosa, Yuri P Ivanenko, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Neurophysiol 2004
132
54

Saccades to future ball location reveal memory-based prediction in a virtual-reality interception task.
Gabriel Diaz, Joseph Cooper, Constantin Rothkopf, Mary Hayhoe. J Vis 2013
85
50


Representation of visual gravitational motion in the human vestibular cortex.
Iole Indovina, Vincenzo Maffei, Gianfranco Bosco, Myrka Zago, Emiliano Macaluso, Francesco Lacquaniti. Science 2005
214
45

Does the brain model Newton's laws?
J McIntyre, M Zago, A Berthoz, F Lacquaniti. Nat Neurosci 2001
228
41


Neural extrapolation of motion for a ball rolling down an inclined plane.
Barbara La Scaleia, Francesco Lacquaniti, Myrka Zago. PLoS One 2014
20
45

Processing of targets in smooth or apparent motion along the vertical in the human brain: an fMRI study.
Vincenzo Maffei, Emiliano Macaluso, Iole Indovina, Guy Orban, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Neurophysiol 2010
34
37

Internal models and prediction of visual gravitational motion.
Myrka Zago, Joseph McIntyre, Patrice Senot, Francesco Lacquaniti. Vision Res 2008
70
37

Visual gravitational motion and the vestibular system in humans.
Francesco Lacquaniti, Gianfranco Bosco, Iole Indovina, Barbara La Scaleia, Vincenzo Maffei, Alessandro Moscatelli, Myrka Zago. Front Integr Neurosci 2013
46
37

Filling gaps in visual motion for target capture.
Gianfranco Bosco, Sergio Delle Monache, Silvio Gravano, Iole Indovina, Barbara La Scaleia, Vincenzo Maffei, Myrka Zago, Francesco Lacquaniti. Front Integr Neurosci 2015
25
37

Hand interception of occluded motion in humans: a test of model-based vs. on-line control.
Barbara La Scaleia, Myrka Zago, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Neurophysiol 2015
31
37

Gravity as a Strong Prior: Implications for Perception and Action.
Björn Jörges, Joan López-Moliner. Front Hum Neurosci 2017
31
37

Visual processing of optic acceleration.
P Werkhoven, H P Snippe, A Toet. Vision Res 1992
150
33

Keep your eyes on the ball: smooth pursuit eye movements enhance prediction of visual motion.
Miriam Spering, Alexander C Schütz, Doris I Braun, Karl R Gegenfurtner. J Neurophysiol 2011
67
33

Vestibular nuclei and cerebellum put visual gravitational motion in context.
William L Miller, Vincenzo Maffei, Gianfranco Bosco, Marco Iosa, Myrka Zago, Emiliano Macaluso, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Neurophysiol 2008
67
33

Visual gravity cues in the interpretation of biological movements: neural correlates in humans.
Vincenzo Maffei, Iole Indovina, Emiliano Macaluso, Yuri P Ivanenko, Guy A Orban, Francesco Lacquaniti. Neuroimage 2015
32
33

Gravity in the Brain as a Reference for Space and Time Perception.
Francesco Lacquaniti, Gianfranco Bosco, Silvio Gravano, Iole Indovina, Barbara La Scaleia, Vincenzo Maffei, Myrka Zago. Multisens Res 2015
29
33

Target acceleration can be extracted and represented within the predictive drive to ocular pursuit.
Simon J Bennett, Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Graham R Barnes, Philippe Lefèvre. J Neurophysiol 2007
59
29


Anticipating the effects of gravity when intercepting moving objects: differentiating up and down based on nonvisual cues.
Patrice Senot, Myrka Zago, Francesco Lacquaniti, Joseph McIntyre. J Neurophysiol 2005
67
29

Multisensory integration and internal models for sensing gravity effects in primates.
Francesco Lacquaniti, Gianfranco Bosco, Silvio Gravano, Iole Indovina, Barbara La Scaleia, Vincenzo Maffei, Myrka Zago. Biomed Res Int 2014
37
29

Processing of visual gravitational motion in the peri-sylvian cortex: Evidence from brain-damaged patients.
Vincenzo Maffei, Elisabetta Mazzarella, Fabrizio Piras, Gianfranco Spalletta, Carlo Caltagirone, Francesco Lacquaniti, Elena Daprati. Cortex 2016
21
33

Evidence for synergy between saccades and smooth pursuit during transient target disappearance.
Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Simon J Bennett, Philippe Lefèvre, Graham R Barnes. J Neurophysiol 2006
71
25

Prospective versus predictive control in timing of hitting a falling ball.
Hiromu Katsumata, Daniel M Russell. Exp Brain Res 2012
23
26

Human ocular pursuit during the transient disappearance of a visual target.
Simon J Bennett, Graham R Barnes. J Neurophysiol 2003
90
25


Coherence of structural visual cues and pictorial gravity paves the way for interceptive actions.
Myrka Zago, Barbara La Scaleia, William L Miller, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Vis 2011
22
27

When up is down in 0g: how gravity sensing affects the timing of interceptive actions.
Patrice Senot, Myrka Zago, Anne Le Séac'h, Mohammed Zaoui, Alain Berthoz, Francesco Lacquaniti, Joseph McIntyre. J Neurosci 2012
41
25

Gaze behavior in one-handed catching and its relation with interceptive performance: what the eyes can't tell.
Benedetta Cesqui, Maura Mezzetti, Francesco Lacquaniti, Andrea d'Avella. PLoS One 2015
27
25


Extrapolation of visual motion for manual interception.
John F Soechting, Martha Flanders. J Neurophysiol 2008
27
20


The representational dynamics of remembered projectile locations.
Nuno Alexandre De Sá Teixeira, Heiko Hecht, Armando Mónica Oliveira. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2013
24
20

Familiar trajectories facilitate the interpretation of physical forces when intercepting a moving target.
Antonija Mijatović, Barbara La Scaleia, Nicola Mercuri, Francesco Lacquaniti, Myrka Zago. Exp Brain Res 2014
7
71

Extrapolation of vertical target motion through a brief visual occlusion.
Myrka Zago, Marco Iosa, Vincenzo Maffei, Francesco Lacquaniti. Exp Brain Res 2010
25
20

Predicting curvilinear target motion through an occlusion.
Leigh A Mrotek, John F Soechting. Exp Brain Res 2007
43
20

The cerebellum predicts the timing of perceptual events.
Jill X O'Reilly, M Marsel Mesulam, Anna Christina Nobre. J Neurosci 2008
179
20

Saccades and pursuit: two outcomes of a single sensorimotor process.
Jean-Jacques Orban de Xivry, Philippe Lefèvre. J Physiol 2007
140
20

Continuous visual control of interception.
Eli Brenner, Jeroen B J Smeets. Hum Mov Sci 2011
47
20

Modeling psychophysical data at the population-level: the generalized linear mixed model.
Alessandro Moscatelli, Maura Mezzetti, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Vis 2012
97
20

Target interception: hand-eye coordination and strategies.
Leigh A Mrotek, John F Soechting. J Neurosci 2007
50
20

Perception of acceleration with short presentation times: can acceleration be used in interception?
Anne-Marie Brouwer, Eli Brenner, Jeroen B J Smeets. Percept Psychophys 2002
76
20

Fast adaptation of the internal model of gravity for manual interceptions: evidence for event-dependent learning.
Myrka Zago, Gianfranco Bosco, Vincenzo Maffei, Marco Iosa, Yuri P Ivanenko, Francesco Lacquaniti. J Neurophysiol 2005
54
20

On-line and model-based approaches to the visual control of action.
Huaiyong Zhao, William H Warren. Vision Res 2015
56
20

Simulated self-motion in a visual gravity field: sensitivity to vertical and horizontal heading in the human brain.
Iole Indovina, Vincenzo Maffei, Karl Pauwels, Emiliano Macaluso, Guy A Orban, Francesco Lacquaniti. Neuroimage 2013
42
20

Sound-evoked vestibular stimulation affects the anticipation of gravity effects during visual self-motion.
Iole Indovina, Elisabetta Mazzarella, Vincenzo Maffei, Benedetta Cesqui, Luca Passamonti, Francesco Lacquaniti. Exp Brain Res 2015
12
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Predictive plus online visual information optimizes temporal precision in interception.
Cristina de la Malla, Joan López-Moliner. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2015
18
27


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