A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

S Ron, D A Robinson. J Neurophysiol 1973
Times Cited: 301







List of co-cited articles
1332 articles co-cited >1



Times Cited
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Cerebellar-dependent adaptive control of primate saccadic system.
L M Optican, D A Robinson. J Neurophysiol 1980
423
25





Saccadic dysmetria and adaptation after lesions of the cerebellar cortex.
S Barash, A Melikyan, A Sivakov, M Zhang, M Glickstein, P Thier. J Neurosci 1999
217
23



Cerebellotectal pathways in the macaque: implications for collicular generation of saccades.
P J May, R Hartwich-Young, J Nelson, D L Sparks, J D Porter. Neuroscience 1990
122
20

Effects of ablation of flocculus and paraflocculus of eye movements in primate.
D S Zee, A Yamazaki, P H Butler, G Gücer. J Neurophysiol 1981
645
20






A theory of cerebellar cortex.
D Marr. J Physiol 1969
15


Visual pontocerebellar projections in the macaque.
M Glickstein, N Gerrits, I Kralj-Hans, B Mercier, J Stein, J Voogd. J Comp Neurol 1994
172
14




The role of the cerebellum in voluntary eye movements.
F R Robinson, A F Fuchs. Annu Rev Neurosci 2001
180
14


Model of the control of saccades by superior colliculus and cerebellum.
C Quaia, P Lefèvre, L M Optican. J Neurophysiol 1999
203
13



Cerebellar activation during optokinetic stimulation and saccades.
M Dieterich, S F Bucher, K C Seelos, T Brandt. Neurology 2000
73
16





Encoding of movement time by populations of cerebellar Purkinje cells.
P Thier, P W Dicke, R Haas, S Barash. Nature 2000
103
11

Corticopontine visual projections in macaque monkeys.
M Glickstein, J L Cohen, B Dixon, A Gibson, M Hollins, E Labossiere, F Robinson. J Comp Neurol 1980
207
10




Fastigial efferent projections in the monkey: an autoradiographic study.
R R Batton, A Jayaraman, D Ruggiero, M B Carpenter. J Comp Neurol 1977
269
10

Saccadic eye movements evoked by microstimulation of the fastigial nucleus of macaque monkeys.
H Noda, S Murakami, J Yamada, J Tamada, Y Tamaki, T Aso. J Neurophysiol 1988
68
14










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.