A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

R Nijhawan. Nature 1994
Times Cited: 444







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



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity


Motion integration and postdiction in visual awareness.
D M Eagleman, T J Sejnowski. Science 2000
309
37



The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
26

The flash grab effect.
Patrick Cavanagh, Stuart Anstis. Vision Res 2013
47
55

Anticipation of moving stimuli by the retina.
M J Berry, I H Brivanlou, T A Jordan, M Meister. Nature 1999
259
24



Vernier acuity with stationary moving Gabors.
R L De Valois, K K De Valois. Vision Res 1991
240
20


Unifying account of visual motion and position perception.
Oh-Sang Kwon, Duje Tadin, David C Knill. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
64
29

Latency difference, not spatial extrapolation.
D Whitney, I Murakami. Nat Neurosci 1998
183
18


Shorter latencies for motion trajectories than for flashes in population responses of cat primary visual cortex.
Dirk Jancke, Wolfram Erlhagen, Gregor Schöner, Hubert R Dinse. J Physiol 2004
69
24

The position of moving objects.
B Krekelberg, M Lappe, D Whitney, P Cavanagh, D M Eagleman, T J Sejnowski. Science 2000
64
26




The Flash-Lag Effect as a Motion-Based Predictive Shift.
Mina A Khoei, Guillaume S Masson, Laurent U Perrinet. PLoS Comput Biol 2017
22
63



Moving ahead through differential visual latency.
G Purushothaman, S S Patel, H E Bedell, H Ogmen. Nature 1998
156
13



Synchronized firing among retinal ganglion cells signals motion reversal.
Greg Schwartz, Sam Taylor, Clark Fisher, Rob Harris, Michael J Berry. Neuron 2007
67
19


Motion-dependent representation of space in area MT+.
Gerrit W Maus, Jason Fischer, David Whitney. Neuron 2013
36
33


Flash-lag effect: differential latency, not postdiction.
S S Patel, H Ogmen, H E Bedell, V Sampath. Science 2000
58
18


Extrapolation or attention shift?
M V Baldo, S A Klein. Nature 1995
131
11

Neuronal latencies and the position of moving objects.
B Krekelberg, M Lappe. Trends Neurosci 2001
114
11

Faster processing of moving compared with flashed bars in awake macaque V1 provides a neural correlate of the flash lag illusion.
Manivannan Subramaniyan, Alexander S Ecker, Saumil S Patel, R James Cotton, Matthias Bethge, Xaq Pitkow, Philipp Berens, Andreas S Tolias. J Neurophysiol 2018
13
84



Illusory displacement of equiluminous kinetic edges.
V S Ramachandran, S M Anstis. Perception 1990
154
10

Motion extrapolation into the blind spot.
Gerrit W Maus, Romi Nijhawan. Psychol Sci 2008
23
43

An empirical explanation of the flash-lag effect.
William T Wojtach, Kyongje Sung, Sandra Truong, Dale Purves. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
30
33



Changing objects lead briefly flashed ones.
B R Sheth, R Nijhawan, S Shimojo. Nat Neurosci 2000
97
9

Going, going, gone: localizing abrupt offsets of moving objects.
Gerrit W Maus, Romi Nijhawan. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2009
32
28


Evidence for an attentional component of the perceptual misalignment between moving and flashing stimuli.
Marcus V C Baldo, Alexandre H Kihara, Janaina Namba, Stanley A Klein. Perception 2002
66
13

Motion Extrapolation for Eye Movements Predicts Perceived Motion-Induced Position Shifts.
Elle van Heusden, Martin Rolfs, Patrick Cavanagh, Hinze Hogendoorn. J Neurosci 2018
12
75

Predictive coding of visual motion in both monocular and binocular human visual processing.
Elle van Heusden, Anthony M Harris, Marta I Garrido, Hinze Hogendoorn. J Vis 2019
14
64

Time-compressed preplay of anticipated events in human primary visual cortex.
Matthias Ekman, Peter Kok, Floris P de Lange. Nat Commun 2017
54
16


Predictions drive neural representations of visual events ahead of incoming sensory information.
Tessel Blom, Daniel Feuerriegel, Philippa Johnson, Stefan Bode, Hinze Hogendoorn. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2020
23
39

Judged displacement in apparent vertical and horizontal motion.
T L Hubbard, J J Bharucha. Percept Psychophys 1988
151
8


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.