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Volume 33, Number 11, June 2011

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Saccade, search and orient – the neural control of saccadic eye movements
pp. 1945-1947(3)
Authors: Munoz, Douglas P.; Coe, Brian C.

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Full reaction time distributions reveal the complexity of neural decision-making
pp. 1948-1951(4)
Authors: Noorani, Imran; Carpenter, R. H. S.

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Contribution of the retino-tectal pathway to visually guided saccades after lesion of the primary visual cortex in monkeys
pp. 1952-1960(9)
Authors: Kato, Rikako; Takaura, Kana; Ikeda, Takuro; Yoshida, Masatoshi; Isa, Tadashi

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The relationship between spatial attention and saccades in the frontoparietal network of the monkey
pp. 1973-1981(9)
Authors: Wardak, Claire; Olivier, Etienne; Duhamel, Jean-René

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The role of the lateral intraparietal area in orienting attention and its implications for visual search
pp. 1982-1990(9)
Authors: Bisley, James W.; Mirpour, Koorosh; Arcizet, Fabrice; Ong, Wei S.

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Neural mechanisms of saccade target selection: gated accumulator model of the visual–motor cascade
pp. 1991-2002(12)
Authors: Schall, Jeffrey D.; Purcell, Braden A.; Heitz, Richard P.; Logan, Gordon D.; Palmeri, Thomas J.

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Investigating the role of the superior colliculus in active vision with the visual search paradigm
pp. 2003-2016(14)
Authors: Shen, Kelly; Valero, Jerome; Day, Gregory S.; Paré, Martin

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Parietofrontal circuits in goal-oriented behaviour
pp. 2017-2027(11)
Authors: Medendorp, W. Pieter; Buchholz, Verena N.; Van Der Werf, Jurrian; Leoné, Frank T. M.

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The search for the neural mechanisms of the set size effect
pp. 2028-2034(7)
Authors: Jerde, Trenton A.; Ikkai, Akiko; Curtis, Clayton E.

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Split of spatial attention as predicted by a systems-level model of visual attention
pp. 2035-2045(11)
Authors: Zirnsak, Marc; Beuth, Frederik; Hamker, Fred H.

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Contribution of the central thalamus to the generation of volitional saccades
pp. 2046-2057(12)
Authors: Tanaka, Masaki; Kunimatsu, Jun

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Cortico-basal ganglia mechanisms for overcoming innate, habitual and motivational behaviors
pp. 2058-2069(12)
Authors: Isoda, Masaki; Hikosaka, Okihide

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Probing basal ganglia functions by saccade eye movements
pp. 2070-2090(21)
Authors: Watanabe, Masayuki; Munoz, Douglas P.

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A perceptual discrimination task abnormally facilitates reflexive saccades in Parkinson’s disease
pp. 2091-2100(10)
Authors: van Stockum, Saskia; MacAskill, Michael R.; Myall, Daniel; Anderson, Tim J.

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Tonic and phasic components of eye movements during REM sleep in the rat
pp. 2129-2138(10)
Authors: Sánchez-López, Alvaro; Escudero, Miguel

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The neural control of fast vs. slow vergence eye movements
pp. 2147-2154(8)
Authors: Cullen, Kathleen E.; Van Horn, Marion R.

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Neck muscle responses evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human frontal eye fields
pp. 2155-2167(13)
Authors: Goonetilleke, Samanthi C.; Gribble, Paul L.; Mirsattari, Seyed M.; Doherty, Timothy J.; Corneil, Brian D.

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