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D G Albrecht, D B Hamilton. J Neurophysiol 1982
Times Cited: 677







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



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The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
25

Normalization as a canonical neural computation.
Matteo Carandini, David J Heeger. Nat Rev Neurosci 2011
786
23





The normalization model of attention.
John H Reynolds, David J Heeger. Neuron 2009
702
15

Neuronal basis of contrast discrimination.
G M Boynton, J B Demb, G H Glover, D J Heeger. Vision Res 1999
261
14

Effects of spatial attention on contrast response functions in macaque area V4.
Tori Williford, John H R Maunsell. J Neurophysiol 2006
221
14



Nature and interaction of signals from the receptive field center and surround in macaque V1 neurons.
James R Cavanaugh, Wyeth Bair, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurophysiol 2002
502
13

Attention increases sensitivity of V4 neurons.
J H Reynolds, T Pasternak, R Desimone. Neuron 2000
710
12

Contrast gain control in the cat visual cortex.
I Ohzawa, G Sclar, R D Freeman. Nature 1982
268
10

Contrast's effect on spatial summation by macaque V1 neurons.
M P Sceniak, D L Ringach, M J Hawken, R Shapley. Nat Neurosci 1999
413
10

Representation of concurrent stimuli by population activity in visual cortex.
Laura Busse, Alex R Wade, Matteo Carandini. Neuron 2009
127
9

Contrast masking in human vision.
G E Legge, J M Foley. J Opt Soc Am 1980
621
9

Visual cortex neurons of monkeys and cats: temporal dynamics of the contrast response function.
Duane G Albrecht, Wilson S Geisler, Robert A Frazor, Alison M Crane. J Neurophysiol 2002
130
9

Length and width tuning of neurons in the cat's primary visual cortex.
G C DeAngelis, R D Freeman, I Ohzawa. J Neurophysiol 1994
350
9






Contrast gain control in the cat's visual system.
I Ohzawa, G Sclar, R D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 1985
394
8


Neurophysiological investigation of the basis of the fMRI signal.
N K Logothetis, J Pauls, M Augath, T Trinath, A Oeltermann. Nature 2001
8




When size matters: attention affects performance by contrast or response gain.
Katrin Herrmann, Leila Montaser-Kouhsari, Marisa Carrasco, David J Heeger. Nat Neurosci 2010
164
8

Orientation selectivity in macaque V1: diversity and laminar dependence.
Dario L Ringach, Robert M Shapley, Michael J Hawken. J Neurosci 2002
379
8

Population receptive field estimates in human visual cortex.
Serge O Dumoulin, Brian A Wandell. Neuroimage 2008
568
8

Dynamics of normalization underlying masking in human visual cortex.
Jeffrey J Tsai, Alex R Wade, Anthony M Norcia. J Neurosci 2012
42
16

Spatial frequency selectivity of cells in macaque visual cortex.
R L De Valois, D G Albrecht, L G Thorell. Vision Res 1982
926
7



Blood oxygenation level-dependent contrast response functions identify mechanisms of covert attention in early visual areas.
Xiangrui Li, Zhong-Lin Lu, Bosco S Tjan, Barbara A Dosher, Wilson Chu. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
82
8

Highly selective receptive fields in mouse visual cortex.
Cristopher M Niell, Michael P Stryker. J Neurosci 2008
585
7


Organization of suppression in receptive fields of neurons in cat visual cortex.
G C DeAngelis, J G Robson, I Ohzawa, R D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 1992
276
7

Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex.
Franco Pestilli, Marisa Carrasco, David J Heeger, Justin L Gardner. Neuron 2011
113
7

Contrast adaptation and representation in human early visual cortex.
Justin L Gardner, Pei Sun, R Allen Waggoner, Kenichi Ueno, Keiji Tanaka, Kang Cheng. Neuron 2005
132
6

Linear systems analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging in human V1.
G M Boynton, S A Engel, G H Glover, D J Heeger. J Neurosci 1996
6





Response suppression in v1 agrees with psychophysics of surround masking.
Barbara Zenger-Landolt, David J Heeger. J Neurosci 2003
138
6



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.