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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 11, Numbers 2-3, February 2004

Visual space perception and action: Introductory remarks
pp. 129-136(8)
Authors: Müsseler, Jochen; Heijden, A. H. C. van der; Kerzel, Dirk

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Multisensory self-motion encoding in parietal cortex
pp. 161-172(12)
Authors: Bremmer, Frank; Schlack, Anja; Graf, Werner; Duhamel, Jean-René

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Transsaccadic integration of bystander locations
pp. 203-234(32)
Authors: Germeys, Filip; de Graef, Peter; Panis, Sven; van Eccelpoel, Caroline; Verfaillie, Karl

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Two spatial maps for perceived visual space: Evidence from relative mislocalizations
pp. 235-254(20)
Authors: Müsseler, Jochen; Heijden, A. H. C. Van der

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Curved movement paths and the Hering illusion: Positions or directions?
pp. 255-274(20)
Authors: Smeets, Jeroen; Brenner, Eli

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Compensation of neural delays in visual-motor behaviour: No evidence for shorter afferent delays for visual motion
pp. 275-298(24)
Authors: Nijhawan, Romi; Watanabe, Katsumi; Khurana, Beena; Shimojo, Shinsuke

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Anticipating action in complex scenes
pp. 341-370(30)
Authors: Thornton, Ian; Hayes, Amy

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Reaching beyond spatial perception: Effects of intended future actions on visually guided prehension
pp. 371-399(29)
Authors: Johnson-Frey, Scott; McCarty, Michael; Keen, Rachel

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Action influences spatial perception: Neuropsychological evidence
pp. 401-427(27)
Authors: Humphreys, Glyn; Riddoch, M. Jane; Forti, Sara; Ackroyd, Katie

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