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Volume 41, Number 13, 2003

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Preface
pp. 1715-1716(2)
Authors: Cowey, A.; Walsh, V.

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Neuronal mechanisms for detection of motion in the field of view
pp. 1717-1727(11)
Authors: Galletti, C.; Fattori, P.

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Response latencies of neurons in visual areas MT and MST of monkeys with striate cortex lesions
pp. 1738-1756(19)
Authors: Azzopardi, P.; Fallah, M.; Gross, C.G.; Rodman, H.R.

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Similarities and differences in motion processing between the human and macaque brain: evidence from fMRI
pp. 1757-1768(12)
Authors: Orban, G.A.; Fize, D.; Peuskens, H.; Denys, K.; Nelissen, K.; Sunaert, S.; Todd, J.; Vanduffel, W.

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Visual motion sensitivity and reading
pp. 1785-1793(9)
Author: Stein, J.

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The effect of expectation on facilitation of colour/form conjunction tasks by TMS over area V5
pp. 1794-1801(8)
Authors: Ellison, A.; Battelli, L.; Cowey, A.; Walsh, V.

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Modulation of moving phosphene thresholds by transcranial direct current stimulation of V1 in human
pp. 1802-1807(6)
Authors: Antal, A.; Kincses, T.Z.; Nitsche, M.A.; Paulus, W.

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Perception of biological motion in parietal patients
pp. 1808-1816(9)
Authors: Battelli, L.; Cavanagh, P.; Thornton, I.M.

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Can spatial and temporal motion integration compensate for deficits in local motion mechanisms?
pp. 1817-1836(20)
Authors: Vaina, L.M.; Gryzwacz, N.M.; Saiviroonporn, P.; LeMay, M.; Bienfang, D.C.; Cowey, A.

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Attentional capture by colour and motion in cerebral achromatopsia
pp. 1837-1846(10)
Authors: Cole, G.G.; Heywood, C.; Kentridge, R.; Fairholm, I.; Cowey, A.

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Multisensory contributions to the perception of motion
pp. 1847-1862(16)
Authors: Soto-Faraco, S.; Kingstone, A.; Spence, C.

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