ISSN 1350-6285, Online ISSN: 1464-0716
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Neural binding of space and time: An introduction
Müller, Hermann J.; Elliott, Mark A.; Herrmann, Christoph S.; Mecklinger, Axel
Perceptual organization: To reverse back the inverted (upside-down) question of feature binding
Symmetry, complexity and perceptual economy: Effects of minimum and maximum simplicity conditions
Marković, Slobodan; Gvozdenović, Vasilije
On what is bound in figures and grounds
Peterson, Mary A.; Kim, Jee Hyun
Dynamics of perceptual grouping: Similarities in the organization of visual and auditory groups
Aksentijević, Aleksandar; Elliott, Mark A.; Barber, Paul J.
Visual extinction and awareness: The importance of binding dorsal and ventral pathways
Baylis, Gordon C.; Gore, Christopher L.; Rodriguez, P. Dennis; Shisler, Rebecca J.
A multi-stage account of binding in vision: Neuropsychological evidence
Humphreys, Glyn W.
Between-object binding and visual attention
Context-sensitive binding by the laminar circuits of V1 and V2: A unified model of perceptual grouping, attention, and orientation contrast
Raizada, Rajeev D. S.; Grossberg, Stephen
Selection can be performed effectively without temporal binding, but could be even more effective with it
Cave, Kyle R.
Complementary solutions to the binding problem in vision: Implications for shape perception and object recognition
Hummel, John E.
Flexible cortical gamma-band correlations suggest neural principles of visual processing
Eckhorn, Reinhard; Bruns, Andreas; Saam, Mirko; Gail, Alexander; Gabriel, Andreas; Brinksmeyer, Hans Joerg
Objective assessment of the functional role of spike train correlations using information measures
Panzeri, Stefano; Golledge, Huw D. R.; Zheng, Fashan; Tovée, Martin J.; Young, Malcolm P.
The effects of lorazepam on visual integration processes: How useful for neuroscientists?
Visual development in human infants: Binding features, surfaces, and objects
Johnson, Scott P.
Induced gamma-band responses in the human EEG are related to attentional information processing
Müller, Matthias M.; Gruber, Thomas
Gamma activity in human EEG is related to highspeed memory comparisons during object selective attention
Herrmann, Christoph S.; Mecklinger, Axel
EEG gamma-band response during the perception of Necker cube reversals
Strüber, Daniel; Başar-Eroglu, Canan; Miener, Michael; Stadler, Michael
Switching binding states
Herzog, Michael H.; Koch, Christof; Fahle, Manfred
The effects of temporal synchrony on the perceived organization of elements in spatially symmetric and asymmetric grids
Parton, Andy; Donnelly, Nick; Usher, Marius
Effects of stimulus synchrony on mechanisms of perceptual organization
Elliott, Mark A.; Müller, Hermann J.
Temporal constraints on binding? Evidence from quantal state transitions in perception
Geissler, Hans-Georg; Kompass, Raul
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