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Volume 9, Numbers 1-2, 1 February 2002

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Representational momentum: New findings, new directions
pp. 1-7(7)
Authors: Thornton, Ian M.; Hubbard, Timothy L.

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Representational momentum when attention is divided
pp. 8-27(20)
Authors: Hayes, Amy E.; Freyd, Jennifer J.

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Larger forward memory displacement in the direction of gravity
pp. 28-40(13)
Authors: Nagai, Masayoshi; Kazai, Koji; Yagi, Akihiro

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Sources of object-specific effects in representational momentum
pp. 41-65(25)
Authors: Vinson, Norman G.; Reed, Catherine L.

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Representational momentum and the brain: An investigation into the functional necessity of V5/MT
pp. 81-92(12)
Authors: Senior, Carl; Ward, Jamie; David, Anthony S.

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Surrounding motion affects the perceived locations of moving stimuli
pp. 139-152(14)
Authors: Whitney, David; Cavanagh, Patrick

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Parallels between remembering and predicting an object's location
pp. 177-194(18)
Authors: Munger, Margaret P.; Minchew, Joy H.

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Representing and anticipating human actions in vision
pp. 217-232(16)
Authors: Verfaillie, Karl; Daems, Anja

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Distinct mechanisms for the representation of moving and static objects
pp. 248-264(17)
Authors: Kourtzi, Zoe; Nakayama, Ken

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