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



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Seeing with profoundly deactivated mid-level visual areas: non-hierarchical functioning in the human visual cortex.
Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Anat Perry, Yoram Bonneh, Rafael Malach, Shlomo Bentin. Cereb Cortex 2009
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Normal form from biological motion despite impaired ventral stream function.
S Gilaie-Dotan, S Bentin, M Harel, G Rees, A P Saygin. Neuropsychologia 2011
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The functional neuroanatomy of object agnosia: a case study.
Christina S Konen, Marlene Behrmann, Mayu Nishimura, Sabine Kastner. Neuron 2011
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Preserved local but disrupted contextual figure-ground influences in an individual with abnormal function of intermediate visual areas.
Joseph L Brooks, Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Geraint Rees, Shlomo Bentin, Jon Driver. Neuropsychologia 2012
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Separate visual pathways for perception and action.
M A Goodale, A D Milner. Trends Neurosci 1992
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Three-Dimensional Representations of Objects in Dorsal Cortex are Dissociable from Those in Ventral Cortex.
Erez Freud, Tzvi Ganel, Ilan Shelef, Maxim D Hammer, Galia Avidan, Marlene Behrmann. Cereb Cortex 2017
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Ventral occipital lesions impair object recognition but not object-directed grasping: an fMRI study.
Thomas W James, Jody Culham, G Keith Humphrey, A David Milner, Melvyn A Goodale. Brain 2003
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Training-induced recovery of low-level vision followed by mid-level perceptual improvements in developmental object and face agnosia.
Maria Lev, Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Dana Gotthilf-Nezri, Oren Yehezkel, Joseph L Brooks, Anat Perry, Shlomo Bentin, Yoram Bonneh, Uri Polat. Dev Sci 2015
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Object-related activity revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging in human occipital cortex.
R Malach, J B Reppas, R R Benson, K K Kwong, H Jiang, W A Kennedy, P J Ledden, T J Brady, B R Rosen, R B Tootell. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1995
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Interactions between dorsal and ventral streams for controlling skilled grasp.
Vonne van Polanen, Marco Davare. Neuropsychologia 2015
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A neurological dissociation between perceiving objects and grasping them.
M A Goodale, A D Milner, L S Jakobson, D P Carey. Nature 1991
754
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Neural coding within human brain areas involved in actions.
Jason P Gallivan, Jody C Culham. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2015
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25


The anatomy of object recognition--visual form agnosia caused by medial occipitotemporal stroke.
Hans-Otto Karnath, Johannes Rüter, André Mandler, Marc Himmelbach. J Neurosci 2009
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Resting state functional connectivity reflects abnormal task-activated patterns in a developmental object agnosic.
Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Avital Hahamy-Dubossarsky, Yuval Nir, Aviva Berkovich-Ohana, Shlomo Bentin, Rafael Malach. Neuroimage 2013
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The right place at the right time: priming facial expressions with emotional face components in developmental visual agnosia.
Hillel Aviezer, Ran R Hassin, Anat Perry, Veronica Dudarev, Shlomo Bentin. Neuropsychologia 2012
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The role of human ventral visual cortex in motion perception.
Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Ayse P Saygin, Lauren J Lorenzi, Ryan Egan, Geraint Rees, Marlene Behrmann. Brain 2013
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Object-completion effects in the human lateral occipital complex.
Y Lerner, T Hendler, R Malach. Cereb Cortex 2002
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25

Distributed and overlapping representations of faces and objects in ventral temporal cortex.
J V Haxby, M I Gobbini, M L Furey, A Ishai, J L Schouten, P Pietrini. Science 2001
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A cortical area selective for visual processing of the human body.
P E Downing, Y Jiang, M Shuman, N Kanwisher. Science 2001
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Ventral aspect of the visual form pathway is not critical for the perception of biological motion.
Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Ayse Pinar Saygin, Lauren J Lorenzi, Geraint Rees, Marlene Behrmann. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
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Control of goal-directed and stimulus-driven attention in the brain.
Maurizio Corbetta, Gordon L Shulman. Nat Rev Neurosci 2002
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The human brain is intrinsically organized into dynamic, anticorrelated functional networks.
Michael D Fox, Abraham Z Snyder, Justin L Vincent, Maurizio Corbetta, David C Van Essen, Marcus E Raichle. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2005
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Multi-task connectivity reveals flexible hubs for adaptive task control.
Michael W Cole, Jeremy R Reynolds, Jonathan D Power, Grega Repovs, Alan Anticevic, Todd S Braver. Nat Neurosci 2013
768
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'What' Is Happening in the Dorsal Visual Pathway.
Erez Freud, David C Plaut, Marlene Behrmann. Trends Cogn Sci 2016
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Visual illusions affect planning but not control.
Scott Glover. Trends Cogn Sci 2002
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The timing of natural prehension movements.
M Jeannerod. J Mot Behav 1984
806
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Biomechanical factors may explain why grasping violates Weber's law.
Kathrin S Utz, Constanze Hesse, Nina Aschenneller, Thomas Schenk. Vision Res 2015
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Functional dissociation between perception and action is evident early in life.
Bat-Sheva Hadad, Galia Avidan, Tzvi Ganel. Dev Sci 2012
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Intact automatic avoidance of obstacles in patients with visual form agnosia.
Nichola J Rice, Robert D McIntosh, Igor Schindler, Mark Mon-Williams, Jean-François Démonet, A David Milner. Exp Brain Res 2006
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Grasping Weber's law.
Jeroen B J Smeets, Eli Brenner. Curr Biol 2008
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Illusion effects on grasping are temporally constant not dynamic.
V H Franz, F Scharnowski, K R Gegenfurtner. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2005
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Visually guided grasping produces fMRI activation in dorsal but not ventral stream brain areas.
Jody C Culham, Stacey L Danckert, Joseph F X DeSouza, Joseph S Gati, Ravi S Menon, Melvyn A Goodale. Exp Brain Res 2003
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Object processing in visual perception and action in children and adults.
Nina Schum, Volker H Franz, Bianca Jovanovic, Gudrun Schwarzer. J Exp Child Psychol 2012
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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.