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



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity



Cortical information processing of stimulus motion on primate skin.
B L Whitsel, J R Roppolo, G Werner. J Neurophysiol 1972
142
34


Factors influencing cutaneous directional sensitivity.
D A Dreyer, M Hollins, B L Whitsel. Sens Processes 1978
26
42






Tactile discrimination of gratings.
J W Morley, A W Goodwin, I Darian-Smith. Exp Brain Res 1983
111
19



Directional sensitivity along the upper limb in humans.
G K Essick, K R Bredehoeft, D F McLaughlin, J A Szaniszlo. Somatosens Mot Res 1991
18
38


Human perioral directional sensitivity.
G K Essick, T Afferica, B Aldershof, J Nestor, D Kelly, B Whitsel. Exp Neurol 1988
26
26











Shape invariant coding of motion direction in somatosensory cortex.
Yu-Cheng Pei, Steven S Hsiao, James C Craig, Sliman J Bensmaia. PLoS Biol 2010
65
12

Representation of moving stimuli by somatosensory neurons.
B L Whitsel, D A Dreyer, M Hollins. Fed Proc 1978
23
26





Observations on human tactile directional sensibility.
H Olausson, U Norrsell. J Physiol 1993
24
20

Discrimination and scaling of velocity of stimulus motion across the skin.
G K Essick, O Franzen, B L Whitsel. Somatosens Mot Res 1988
29
17

Sensory discrimination: decision process.
K O Johnson. J Neurophysiol 1980
90
10



A comparison of visual and two modes of tactual letter resolution.
J R Phillips, K O Johnson, H M Browne. Percept Psychophys 1983
54
10


Observations on active touch.
J J GIBSON. Psychol Rev 1962
477
10

Neural mechanisms of tactile motion integration in somatosensory cortex.
Yu-Cheng Pei, Steven S Hsiao, James C Craig, Sliman J Bensmaia. Neuron 2011
53
10

The tactile integration of local motion cues is analogous to its visual counterpart.
Y C Pei, S S Hsiao, S J Bensmaia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
42
11









Effects of traverse length on human perioral directional sensitivity.
G K Essick, B L Whitsel, P J Dolan, D G Kelly. J Neurol Sci 1989
18
22


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.