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Volume 19, Number 9, 1 October 2011

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Testing the dorsal stream attention hypothesis: Electrophysiological correlates and the effects of ventral stream damage
pp. 1089-1121(33)
Authors: Marrett, Narisa E.; de-Wit, Lee H.; Roser, Matthew E.; Kentridge, Robert W.; Milner, A. David; Lambert, Anthony J.

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The insistence of vision: Why do people look at a salient stimulus when it signals target absence?
pp. 1122-1157(36)
Authors: Myers, Christopher W.; Gray, Wayne D.; Sims, Chris R.

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On the depth reversibility of point-light actions
pp. 1158-1190(33)
Authors: Vanrie, Jan; Verfaillie, Karl

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Changing the focus of attention: The interacting effect of valence and arousal
pp. 1191-1211(21)
Authors: Fernandes, Myra A.; Koji, Shahnaz; Dixon, Michael J.; Aquino, Jennifer M.

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The role of motion and speech in face recognition at birth
pp. 1212-1233(22)
Authors: Guellaï, Bahia; Coulon, Marion; Streri, Arlette

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