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ISSN 1350-6285, Online ISSN: 1464-0716
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Independence and integration of perception and action: An introduction
Visual attention and manual response selection: Distinct mechanisms operating on the same codes
Hommel, Bernhard; Schneider, Werner X.
Blindness to response-compatible stimuli in the psychological refractory period paradigm
Wühr, Peter; Müsseler, Jochen
Action and perception: Evidence against converging selection processes
Bonfiglioli, Claudia; Duncan, John; Rorden, Chris; Kennett, Steffan
Response force in RT tasks: Isolating effects of stimulus probability and response probability
Mattes, Stefan; Ulrich, Rolf; Miller, Jeff
Time course of planning for object and action parameters in visually guided manipulation
Fleming, James; Klatzky, Roberta L.; Behrmann, Marlene
Post-response stimulation and the Simon effect: Further evidence of action–effect integration
Grosjean, Marc; Mordkoff, J. Toby
S–R correspondence effects of irrelevant visual affordance: Time course and specificity of response activation
Phillips, Julian C.; Ward, Robert
Action matters: The role of action plans and object affordances in selection for action
Pavese, Antonella; Buxbaum, Laurel J.
Action-centred negative priming: Evidence for reactive inhibition
Tipper, Steven P.; Meegan, Daniel; Howard, Louise A.
Modelling direct perceptual constraints on action selection: The Naming and Action Model (NAM)
Yoon, Eun Young; Heinke, Dietmar; Humphreys, Glyn W.
The neural substrates of action retrieval: An examination of semantic and visual routes to action
Phillips, Jacqueline A.; Humphreys, Glyn W.; Noppeney, Uta; Price, Cathy J.