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Hrishikesh M Rao, Juan San Juan, Fred Y Shen, Jennifer E Villa, Kimia S Rafie, Marc A Sommer. Front Comput Neurosci 2016
Times Cited: 4







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



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Remapping for visual stability.
Nathan J Hall, Carol L Colby. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2011
57
100

Remapping in human visual cortex.
Elisha P Merriam, Christopher R Genovese, Carol L Colby. J Neurophysiol 2007
125
100

Dissociation of forward and convergent remapping in primate visual cortex.
Sujaya Neupane, Daniel Guitton, Christopher C Pack. Curr Biol 2016
19
100


Two distinct types of remapping in primate cortical area V4.
Sujaya Neupane, Daniel Guitton, Christopher C Pack. Nat Commun 2016
56
100

Brain circuits for the internal monitoring of movements.
Marc A Sommer, Robert H Wurtz. Annu Rev Neurosci 2008
298
100



A pathway in primate brain for internal monitoring of movements.
Marc A Sommer, Robert H Wurtz. Science 2002
374
100


Saccadic Corollary Discharge Underlies Stable Visual Perception.
James Cavanaugh, Rebecca A Berman, Wilsaan M Joiner, Robert H Wurtz. J Neurosci 2016
61
75




Eye movements modulate visual receptive fields of V4 neurons.
A S Tolias, T Moore, S M Smirnakis, E J Tehovnik, A G Siapas, P H Schiller. Neuron 2001
209
75

An Attention-Sensitive Memory Trace in Macaque MT Following Saccadic Eye Movements.
Tao Yao, Stefan Treue, B Suresh Krishna. PLoS Biol 2016
35
75




Frontal eye field neurons assess visual stability across saccades.
Trinity B Crapse, Marc A Sommer. J Neurosci 2012
29
75

Visual stability based on remapping of attention pointers.
Patrick Cavanagh, Amelia R Hunt, Arash Afraz, Martin Rolfs. Trends Cogn Sci 2010
249
75


The maintenance of spatial accuracy by the perisaccadic remapping of visual receptive fields.
Christian Quaia, Lance M. Optican, Michael E. Goldberg. Neural Netw 1998
67
75

Context dependence of receptive field remapping in superior colliculus.
Jan Churan, Daniel Guitton, Christopher C Pack. J Neurophysiol 2011
28
75



Shape selectivity and remapping in dorsal stream visual area LIP.
Janani Subramanian, Carol L Colby. J Neurophysiol 2014
33
75


Shifting attention to neurons.
J Patrick Mayo, Marc A Sommer. Trends Cogn Sci 2010
13
75

Circuits for presaccadic visual remapping.
Hrishikesh M Rao, J Patrick Mayo, Marc A Sommer. J Neurophysiol 2016
20
75

Spatial updating in human parietal cortex.
Elisha P Merriam, Christopher R Genovese, Carol L Colby. Neuron 2003
219
75

Neuronal mechanisms of visual stability.
Robert H Wurtz. Vision Res 2008
374
75




Responses in area V4 depend on the spatial relationship between stimulus and attention.
C E Connor, J L Gallant, D C Preddie, D C Van Essen. J Neurophysiol 1996
185
50


Corollary discharge contributes to perceived eye location in monkeys.
Wilsaan M Joiner, James Cavanaugh, Edmond J FitzGibbon, Robert H Wurtz. J Neurophysiol 2013
17
50

Shape selectivity in primate frontal eye field.
Xinmiao Peng, Margaret E Sereno, Amanda K Silva, Sidney R Lehky, Anne B Sereno. J Neurophysiol 2008
50
50



The frontal eye field as a prediction map.
Trinity B Crapse, Marc A Sommer. Prog Brain Res 2008
23
50

Motor system evolution and the emergence of high cognitive functions.
Germán Mendoza, Hugo Merchant. Prog Neurobiol 2014
61
50

Perisaccadic Receptive Field Expansion in the Lateral Intraparietal Area.
Xiaolan Wang, C C Alan Fung, Shaobo Guan, Si Wu, Michael E Goldberg, Mingsha Zhang. Neuron 2016
24
50

Receptive field positions in area MT during slow eye movements.
Till S Hartmann, Frank Bremmer, Thomas D Albright, Bart Krekelberg. J Neurosci 2011
21
50

Identifying corollary discharges for movement in the primate brain.
Robert H Wurtz, Marc A Sommer. Prog Brain Res 2004
61
50


Visual perception and saccadic eye movements.
Michael Ibbotson, Bart Krekelberg. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2011
95
50




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.