Skip to main content
×
Home
    • Aa
    • Aa
  • Get access
    Check if you have access via personal or institutional login
  • Cited by 34
  • Cited by
    This article has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.

    Bajcsy, Ruzena 1994. Do object affordances represent the functionality of an object?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 202.


    Buneo, Christopher A. and Flanders, Martha 1994. On the limitations of imaging imagining. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 202.


    Chua, Romeo and Weeks, Daniel J. 1994. Cognitive and motor implications of mental imagery. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 203.


    Contreras-Vidal, José L. Banquet, Jean P. Brebion, Jany and Smith, Mark J. 1994. The creative brain: Symmetry breaking in motor imagery. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 204.


    Corcos, Daniel M. 1994. Temporal representation in the control of movement. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 206.


    Dufour, Robert Fischer, Martin H. and Rosenbaum, David A. 1994. Moving beyond imagination. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 206.


    Elliott, Digby and Maraj, Brian K. V. 1994. Visual-spatial movement goals. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 207.


    Fuster, Joaquin M. 1994. Call it what it is: Motor memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 208.


    Gandevia, S. C. 1994. Peripheral and central correlates of attempted voluntary movements. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 208.


    Grush, Rick 1994. Motor models as steps to higher cognition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 209.


    Hallett, Mark Fieldman, Jordan Cohen, Leonardo G. Sadato, Norihiro and Pascual-Leone, Alvaro 1994. Involvement of primary motor cortex in motor imagery and mental practice. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 210.


    Ingvar, David H. 1994. Motor memory – a memory of the future. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 210.


    Jackendoff, Ray and Landau, Barbara 1994. What is coded in parietal representations?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 211.


    Jeannerod, M. 1994. Motor representations and reality. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 229.


    Jeannerod, M. 1994. The representing brain: Neural correlates of motor intention and imagery. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 187.


    Kainen, P. C. 1994. Synergy versus schema. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 212.


    Klatzky, Roberta L. 1994. On the relation between motor imagery and visual imagery. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 212.


    Milner, A. David Carey, David P. and Harvey, Monika 1994. Visually guided action and the “need to know”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 213.


    Mitchell, Robert W. 1994. Are motor images based on kinestheticvisual matching?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 214.


    Morton, Adam 1994. Motor simulation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 17, Issue. 02, p. 215.


    ×

Different regions of space or different spaces altogether: What are the dorsal/ventral systems processing?

  • Gary W. Strong (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X00080183
  • Published online: 01 May 2011
Abstract
Copyright
Linked references
Hide All

This list contains references from the content that can be linked to their source. For a full set of references and notes please see the PDF or HTML where available.

R. A. Andersen , G. K. Essick & R. M. Siegel (1985) Encoding of spatial location by posterior parietal neurons. Science 230:456—58. {arFHP, RMB, CJM, RMS}

R. Barbeito , H. E. Bedell , M. C. Flom & T. L. Simpson (1987) Effects of luminance on the visual acuity of strabismic and anisometropic amblyopes and optically blurred normals. Vision Research 27:1543–49. {aFHP}

H. B. Barlow , & W. R. Levick (1965) The neural mechanism of directionally selective units in the rabbit’s retina. Journal of Physiology (London) 178:477508. {RMB}

M. B. Bender (1980) Brain control of conjugate horizontal and vertical eye movements: A survey of the structural and functional correlates. Brain 103:2369. {aFHP}

M. B. Bender , & M. Feldman (1972) The so-called “visual agnosias.” Brain 95:173–86. {aFHP}

M. B. Bender , M. Feldman & A. J. Sobin (1968) Palinopsia. Brain 91:321–38. {aFHP}

E. Bisiach & C. Luzzatti (1978) Unilateral neglect of representational space. Cortex 14:129–33. {RMB}

E. Bisiach , C. Luzzatti & D Perani . (1979) Unilateral neglect, representational schema and consciousness. Brain 102:609–18. {RMB, rFHP}

J. L. Bradshaw , N. C. Nettleton & M. J. Taylor (1981) Right hemisphere language and cognitive deficit in sinistrals? Neuropsychologia 19:113–32. {AWY}

J. L. Bradshaw , & D. Sherlock (1982) Bugs and faces in the two visual fields: The analytic/holistic processing dichotomy and task sequencing. Cortex 18:211–26. {MPB}

W. R. Brain (1941) Visual disorientation with special reference to lesions of the right cerebral hemisphere. Brain 64:244–72. {KMH, rFHP}

J. R. Brannan , & M. C. Williams (1987) Allocation of visual attention in good and poor readers. Perception and Psychophysics 41:23–28. {JRB}

B. G. Breitmeyer (1980) Unmasking visual masking: A look at the “why” behind the veil of the “how”. Psychological Review 87:5269. {aFHP}

B. Brown , G. Haegerstrom-Portnoy , C. D. Yingling , J. Herron , D. Galin & M Marcus . (1983) Tracking eye movements are normal in dyslexic children. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 60:376–83. {aFHP}

C. M. Butter (1969) Impairments in selective attention to visual stimuli in monkeys with inferotemporal and lateral striate lesions. Brain Research 12:374–83. {aFHP}

C. M. Butter , J. Evans , N. Kirsch & D Kewman . (1989) Altitudinal neglect following traumatic brain injury: A case report. Cortex 25:135–46. {aFHP, CMB}

A. Carmon , I. Nachshon & R Starinsky . (1976) Developmental aspects of visual hemifield differences in perception of verbal material. Brain and Language 3:463–69. {AWY}

P. Cavanagh , J. Boeglin & O. Eizner-Favreau (1985) Perception of motion in equiluminous kinematograms. Perception 14:151—62. {aFHP}

J. D. Chaikin , H. H. Corbin & J Volkmann . (1962) Mapping a field of short-time visual search. Science 138:1327–28. {aFHP}

J. J. Chang , & B. Julesz (1984) Cooperative phenomena in apparent movement perception of random-dot cinematograms. Vision Research 24:1781–88. {JRB, rFHP}

P. G. H. Clarke , & D. Whitteridge (1976) The projection of the retina, including the “red area” onto the optic tectum of the pigeon. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology 61:351–58. {MAG}

A. R. Damasio , & H. Damasio (1983) The anatomic basis of pure alexia. Neurology 33:1573–83. {aFHP}

A. M. Derrington , & P. Lennie (1984) Spatial and temporal contrast sensitivities of neurones in lateral geniculate nucleus of macaque. Journal of Physiology 357:219–40. {aFHP}

R. Desimone & C. G. Gross (1979) Visual areas in the temporal cortex of the macaque. Brain Research 178:363–80. {CJB, MK}

R. Desimone , S. J. Schein , J. Moran & L. G. Ungerleider (1985) Contour, color and shape analysis beyond the striate cortex. Vision Research 25:441–52. {arFHP}

E. A. DeYoe , & D. C. Van Essen (1988) Concurrent processing streams in monkey visual cortex. Trends in Neurosciences 11:219–26. {aFHP}

C. J. Duffy (1984) The legacy of association cortex. Neurology 34:192–97. {MK}

F. L. Engel (1971) Visual conspicuity, directed attention and retinal locus. Vision Research 11:563–76. {aFHP}

J. T. Erichsen , W. R. Hodos , C Evinger , B. B. Bessette & S. J. Phillips (1989) Head orientation in pigeons: Postural locomotor, and visual determinants. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 33:268–78. {MAG}

L. Eviatar , S. Miranda , A. Eviatar , K. Freeman & M Borkowski . (1979) Development of nystagmus in response to vestibular stimulation in infants. Annals of Neurology 5:508–14. {aFHP}

J. M. Findlay (1980) The visual stimulus for saccadic eye movements in human observers. Perception 9:721. {JMF, rFHP}

B. Fischer & R. Boch (1985) Peripheral attention versus central fixation: Modulation of the visualactivity of prelunate cortical cells of the rhesus monkey. Brain Research 345:111–23. {aFHP}

B. Fischer & B. Breitmeyer (1987) Mechanisms of visual attention revealed by saccadic eye movements. Neuropsychologia 25:7383. {rFHP}

M. C. Flom , & H. E. Bedell (1985) Identifying amblyopia using associated conditions, acuity, and nonacuity features. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 62:153–60. {aFHP}

T. Fukuda (1959) Vertical writing with eyes covered: A new test of vestibulo-spinal reaction. Ada Oto-larnygologica 50:26–36. {aFHP}

A. M. Galaburda , G. F. Sherman , G. D. Rosen , F. Aboitiz & N Geschwind . (1985) Developmental dyslexia: Four consecutive cases with cortical anomalies. Annals of Neurology 18:222–33. {aFHP}

L. G. Gawryszewski , L. Riggio , G. Rizzolatti & C Umilta . (1987) Movements of attention in the three spatial dimensions and the meaning of “neutral” cues. Neuropsychologia 25:1929 {aFHP}

M. S. Gazzaniga , & E. Ladavas (1987) Disturbances in spatial attention following lesion or disconnection of the right parietal lobe. In: Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect, ed. M. Jeannerod . North-Holland. {aFHP}

J. J. Gibson (1958) Visually controlled locomotion and visual orientation in animals. British Journal of Psychology 49:182–94. {BGB}

K. Gloning & R. Quatember (1966) Methodischer beitrag zur untersuchung der prosopagnosie. Neuropsychologia 4:133141. {aFHP }

J. Godoy , H. Luders , D. S. Dinner , H. H. Morris & E Wyllie . (1990) Versive eye movement elicited by cortical stimulation of the human brain. Neurology 40:296–99. {rFHP}

G. Goldenberg , I. Podreka , M. Steiner , K. Willmes , E. Suess & L Deecke . (1989) Regional cerebral blood flow patterns in visual imagery. Neuropsychologia 27:641–664. {arFHP}

(1988) Topography of cognition: Parallel distributed networks in primate association cortex. Annual Review of Neuroscienee 11:137–56. {GWS}

(1983b) Visually guided pecking in the pigeon (Columba livia). Brain, Behavior, and Evolution 22:2241. {MAG}

A. Grabowska (1983) Lateral differences in the detection of stereoscopic depth. Neuropsychologia 21:249–57. {aFHP}

C. M. Gray , P. Koening , A. K. Engel & W Singer . (1989) Oscillatory responses in cat visual cortex exhibit inter-columnar synchronization which reflects global stimulus properties. Nature 338:334–37. {GWS}

C. G. Gross , & M. Mishkin (1977) The neural basis of stimulus equivalence across retinal translation. In: Lateralization in the nervous system, ed. S. Harnad , R. Doty , J. Jaynes , L. Goldstein & G. Krauthamer . Academic Press. {CJM}

O.-J. Grusser (1983) Multimodal structure of the extrapersonal space. In: Spatially oriented behavior, ed. A. Hein & M. Jeannerod . Springer-Verlag. {rFHP}

R. B. Hackman (1940) An experimental study of variability in ocular latency. Journal of Experimental Psychology 27: 546–48.

L. C. Hall (1985) Searching high and low: The development of efficient visual search in hearing, deaf and learning disabled children. In: Eye movements and human information processing, ed. R. Groner , G. W. McConkie & C. Menz . North-Holland. {MPB, rFHP }

P. W. Halligan , & J. C. Marshall (1989) Is neglect (only) lateral? A quadrant analysis of line cancellation. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 11:793–98. {rFHP}

C. S. Harris (1965) Perceptual adaptation to inverted, reversed, and displaced vision. Psychological Review 72:419–44. {RWW}

R. S. Harwerth , & R. L. Boltz (1979) Stereopsis in monkeys using random-dot stereograms: The effect of viewing duration. Vision Research 19:985–91. {aFHP}

A. E. Hendrickson (1985) Dots, stripes and columns in monkey visual cortex. Trends in Neurosciences 8:406–10. {aFHP}

T. L. Hickey (1977) Postnatal development of the human lateral geniculate nucleus: Relationship to a critical period for the visual system. Science 198:836–38. {aFHP}

D. Hines , L. Jordan-Brown & K. R. Juzwin (1987) Hemispheric visual processing in face recognition. Brain and Cognition 6:91100. {aFHP}

G. Holmes (1938) The cerebral integration of the ocular movements. British Medical Journal 2:107–12. {aFHP}

F. B. Horak , A. Shumway-Cook , T. K. Crowe & Black, F. O. (1988) Vestibular function and motor proficiency of children with impaired hearing, or with learning disability and motor impairments. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 30:6479. {aFHP}

B. S. Hylkema (1942) Examination of the visual field by determining the fusion frequency. Ada Ophthalmologica 20:181–93. {aFHP}

J. Hyvarinen (1982) The parietal cortex of monkey and man. Springer-Verlag. {arFHP}

M. Ikeda & T. Takeuchi (1975) Influence of foveal load on the functional visual field. Perception ir Psychophysics 18:255–60. {aFHP}

M. Jeannerod , ed. (1987) Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect. Elsevier. {RMB}

M. Jeannerod , P. Gerin & J. Pernier (1968) Deplacements et fixations du regard dans l’exploration libre d’une scene visuelle. Vision Research 8:8197. {aFHP}

R. Jones & K. E. Kerr (1972) Vergence eye movements to pairs of disparity stimuli with shape selection cues. Vision Research 12:1425–30. {aFHP}

B. Julesz , B. Breitmeyer & W. Kropfl (1976) Binocular-disparity-dependent upper-lower hemifield anisotropy and left-right hemifield isotropy as revealed by dynamic random-dot stereograms. Perception 5:129–41. {aFHP}

E. Kaplan & R. M. Shapley (1982) X and Y cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of macaque monkeys. Journal of Physiology 330:125–43. {aFHP}

B. A. Karpov , A. R. Luria & A. L. Yarbuss (1968) Disturbances of the structure of active perception in lesions of the posterior and anterior regions of the brain. Neuropsychologia 6:157–66. {arFHP}

M. Kinsbourne (1972) Eye and head turning indicates cerebral lateralization. Science 176:539–41. {aFHP}

A. Kriss & A. M. Halliday (1980) A comparison of occipital potentials evoked by pattern onset, offset and reversal by movement. In: Evoked potentials, ed. C. Barber . MTP Press. {aFHP}

J. Lanman , E. Bizzi & J. Allum (1978) The coordination of eye and head movement during smooth pursuit. Brain Research 153:3953. {aFHP}

L. Leinonen & G. Nyman (1979) Functional properties of cells in anterolateral part of are a 7 associative face area of awake monkeys, Part 2. Experimental Brain Research 34:321–33. {KMH}

D. N. Levine , J. Warach & M. Farah (1985) Two visual systems in mental imagery: Dissociation of “what” and “where” in imagery disorders due to bilateral posterior cerebral lesions. Neurology 35:1010–18. {aFHP}

H. Levinson (1988) The cerebellar-vestibular basis of learning disabilities in children, adolescents and adults: Hypothesis and study. Perceptual and Motor Skills 67:9831006. {aFHP}

J. Liederman & P. Meehan (1986) When is between-hemisphere division of labor advantageous? Neuropsychologia 24:863–74. {MPB}

J. Liederman , J. M. Merola & S. Martinez (1985) Interhemispheric collaboration in response to bilateral input. Neuropsychologia 23:673–83. {MPB}

M. Livingstone & D. Hubel (1988a) Segregation of form, color, movement, and depth: Anatomy, physiology, and perception. Science 240:740–49. {aFHP, LMC}

H. C. Longuet-Higgins , & K. Prazdny (1980) The interpretation of a moving retinal image. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, series B 208:385–97. {RMS}

U. Lupp , G. Hauske & W. Wolf (1976) Perceptual latencies to sinusoidal gratings. Vision Research 16:969–72. {aFHP}

A. R. Luria , E. N. Pravdina-Vinarskaya & A. L. Yarbuss (1963) Disorders of ocular movement in a case of simultagnosia. Brain 86:219–28. {aFHP}

J. P. Malpeli , & F. H. Baker (1975) The representation of the visual field in the lateral geniculate nucleus of Macaca mulatta. Journal of Comparative Neurology 161:569–94. {aFHP}

M. L. Manning , D. C Finlay , R. A. Neill & B. G. Frost (1987) Detection threshold differences to crossed and uncrossed disparities. Vision Research 27:1683–86. {aFHP, MPB}

W. Martens , R. Blake , M. Sloane & R. H. Cormack (1981) What masks utrocular discrimination. Perception 6-Psychophysics 30:521–32. {aFHP}

C Martinoya , J. Rey & S. Bloch (1981) Limits of the pigeon’s binocular field and direction for best binocular viewing. Vision Research 21:1197–200. {MAG}

L. E. Mays , & D. L. Sparks (1980) Saccades are spatially, not retinotopically coded. Science 208:1163–64. {RAA}

P. M. McDonnell (1975) The development of visually guided reaching. Perception & Psychophysics 18:181–85. {aFHP}

J. McFie & O. L. Zangwill (1960) Visual-constructive disabilities associated with lesions of the left cerebral hemisphere. Brain 83:243–60. {aFHP}

J. C. Meadows (1974a) Disturbed perception of colours associated with localised cerebral lesions. Brain 97:615–32. {aFHP}

(1974b) The anatomical basis of prosopagnosia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 37:489501. {aFHP }

W. H. Merigan &: T. A. Eskin (1986) Spatio-temporal vision of macaques with severe loss of Pβ retinal ganglion cells. Vision Research 26:1751–61. {aFHP}

W. F. Michael , & A. M. Halliday (1971) Differences between the occipital distribution of upper and lower field pattern-evoked responses in man. Brain Research 32:311–24. [aFHP]

J. M. Miller , H. Ono & M. J. Steinbach (1980) Additivity of fusional vergence and pursuit eye movements. Vision Research 20:4347. [aFHP]

L. K. Miller (1969) Eye-movement latency as a function of age, stimulus uncertainty, and position in the visual field. Perceptual & Motor Skills 28:631–36. [JMF, rFHP]

M. Mishkin & D. G. Forgays (1952) Word recognition as function of retinal locus. Journal of Experimental Psychology 43:4348. [MPB, rFHP]

D. E. Mitchell , & C. Blakemore (1970) Binocular depth perception and the corpus callosum. Vision Research 10:4954. [aFHP]

Y. Miyashita (1988) Neuronal correlate of visual associative long-term memory in the primate temporal cortex. Nature 335:817–20. [aFHP]

J. Moran & R. Desimone (1985) Selective attention gates visual processing in the extrastriate cortex. Science 229:782–84. [aFHP]

I. Murray , F. MacCana & J. J. Kulikowski (1983) Contribution of two movement detecting mechanisms to central and peripheral vision. Vision Research 23:151–59. [aFHP]

P. Mustillo (1985) Binocular mechanisms mediating crossed and uncrossed stereopsis. Psychological Bulletin 97:187201. [aFHP]

K. Nakayama (1983) Motion parallax sensitivity and space perception. In: Spatially oriented behavior, ed. A. Hein & M. Jeannerod . Springer-Verlag. [aFHP]

F. P. Ottes , J. A. M. van Gisbergen & J. J. Eggermont (1985) Latency dependence of colour-based target vs. nontarget information by the saccadic system. Vision Research 25:849–62. [JMF]

D. M. Parker , & E. A. Salzen (1977) Latency changes in the human visual evoked response to sinusoidal gratings. Vision Research 17:1201— 4.[aFHP]

W. H. Payne (1967) Visual reaction times on a circle about the fovea. Science 155:481–82. [aFHP]

B. E. Pennal (1977) Human cerebral asymmetry in color discrimination. Neuropsychologia 15:563–68. [aFHP]

M. T. Perenin , & A. Vighetto (1983) Optic ataxia: A specific disorder in visuomotor coordination. In: Spatially oriented behavior, ed. A. Hein & M. Jeannerod . Springer-Verlag. [aFHP]

G. Phillips (1933) Perception of flicker in lesions of the visual pathways. Brain 56:464–78. [aFHP]

C Pierrot-Deseilligny , F. Gray & P. Brunet (1986) Infarcts of both inferior parietal lobules with impairment of visually guided eye movements, peripheral visual inattention and optic ataxia. Brain 109:8197. {aFHP}

G. R. Poggio , & T. Poggio (1984) The analysis of stereopsis. Annual Review of Neuroscience 7:379412. {aFHP}

R. B. Post , & H. W. Leibowitz (1986) Two modes of processing visual information: Implications for assessing visual impairment. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 63:9496. {rFHP}

S. Z. Rapcsak , C. R. Cimino & Heilman, K. M. (1988) Altitudinal neglect. Neurology 38:277–81. {aFHP, CMB, KMH}

K. Rayner & G. W. McConkie (1976) What guides a reader’s eye movements? Vision Research 16:829–37. {JRB}

W. Richards & H. R. Lieberman (1985) Correlation between stereo ability and the recovery of structure-from-motion. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 62:111–18. {aFHP}

D. W. Rickman , & N. C. Brecha (1989) Morphologies of somatostatin-immunoreactive neurons in the rabbit retina. In: Neurobiology of the Inner Retina, ed. R. Weiler & N. N. Osbome . Springer-Verlag. {LMC}

D. Ristanovic & R. Hajdukovic (1981) Effects of spatially structured stimulus fields on pattern reversal visual evoked potentials. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 51:599610. {aFHP}

G. Rizzolatti & R. Camarda (1987) Neural circuits for spatial attention and unilateral neglect. In: Neurophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of spatial neglect, ed. M. Jeannerod . North-Holland. {aFHP}

G. Rizzolatti , C Scandolara , M. Matelli & M. Gentilucci (1981a) Afferent properties of periarcuate neurons in macaque monkeys I. Somatosensory responses. Behavioral Brain Research 2:125–46. {KMH}

E. T. Rolls , & G. C. Baylis (1986) Size and contrast have only small effects on the responses to faces of neurons in the cortex of the superior temporal sulcus of the monkey. Experimental Brain Research 65:3848. {MK}

J. Rovamo & V. Virsu (1979) An estimation and application of the cortical magnification factor. Experimental Brain Research 37:495510. {JMF}

J. G. Rueckl , K. R. Cave & S. M. Kosslyn (1989) Why are “what” and “where” processed by separate cortical visual systems? A computational investigation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 1:171—86. {CJM}

S. M. Sagar , & P. E. Marshall (1988) Somatostatin-like immunoreactive material in associational ganglion cells of human retina. Neuroscience 27:507–16. {LMC, RWW, rFHP}

A. Sahgal & S. D. Iversen (1978) Categorization and retrieval after selective inferotemporal lesions in monkeys. Brain Research 146:341–50. {aFHP}

H. Sakata , H. Shibutani , K. Kawano & T. L. Harrington (1985) Neural mechanisms of space vision in the parietal association cortex of the monkey. Vision Research 25:453–63. {aFHP}

P. H. Schiller (1986) The central visual system. Vision Research 26:1351–86. {aFHP}

C. Schor & V. Narayan (1981) The influence of field size upon the spatial frequency response of optokinetic nystagmus. Vision Research 21:985—94. {aFHP}

T. L. Schwartz V. Dobson D. J. Sandstrom & Duin, J. van Hof-van (1987) Kinetic perimetry assessment of binocular visual field shape and size in young infants. Vision Research 27:2163–75. {aFHP}

T. J. Sejnowski (1988) Neural populations revealed. Nature 332:308. {RMB}

J. Semmes (1968) Hemispheric specialization: A possible clue to mechanism. Neuropsychologia 6:11–26. {MPB}

J. Sergent (1983a) The role of the input in visual hemispheric processing. Psychological Bulletin 93:481512. {MPB}

R. Shapley & V. H. Perry (1986) Cat and monkey retinal ganglion cells and their visual functional roles. Trends in Neurosciences 9:229–35. {aFHP}

C. J. Shatz & D. W. Stretavan (1986) Interactions between retinal ganglion cells during the development of the mammalian visual system. Annual Review of Neuroscience 9:171–207. {aFHP}

G. L. Shulman M. A. Sullivan K. Gish & Sakoda, W. J. (1986) The role of spatial-frequency channels in the perception of local and global structure. Perception 15:259–73. {aFHP}

(1988) Discovery of structure from motion in monkey, man and machine. In: Neural information processing systems, ed. D. Z. Anderson . American Institute of Physics. {RMS}

(1985b) Critical flicker fusion and double flash discrimination in different parts of the visual field. International Journal of Neuroscience 25:225–31. {aFHP}

H. V. Soper I. T. Diamond & M. Wilson (1975) Visual attention and inferotemporal cortex in rhesus monkeys. Neuropsychologia 13:409–19. {aFHP}

M. J. Soso E. Lettich & J. H. Belgum (1980) Pattern-sensitive epilepsy II: Effects of pattern orientation and hemifield stimulation. Epilepsia 21:313-23. {aFHP}

J. Stone (1983) Parallel processing in the visual system. Plenum. {LMC, RWW}

M. Stracl T. S. Prevec & I. Zidar (1982) Dependence of visual evoked potentials on change of stimulated retinal area associated with different pattern displacements. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 53:634–42. {aFHP}

A. M. Treisman & H. Schmidt (1982) Illusory conjunctions in the perception of objects. Cognitive Psychology 14:107–41. {aFHP }

C. B. Trevarthen (1968) Two mechanisms of vision in primates. Psychologische Forschung 31:299–337. {CJB}

R. J. Tusa , & L. A. Palmer (1980) Retinotopic organization of areas 20 and 21 in the cat. Journal of Comparative Neurology 193:147–64. {aFHP}

P. Tynan & R. Sekuler (1975) Moving visual phantoms: A new contour completion effect. Science 188:951–52. {aFHP}

J. M. Van Buren & M. Baldwin (1958) The architecture of the optic radiation in the temporal lobe of man. Brain 81:1540. [aFHP]

D. C. Van Essen & J. H. R. Maunsell (1983) Hierarchical organization and functional streams in the visual cortex. Trends in Neurosciences 6:370–75. [aFHP]

A. Vassilev & D. Strashimirov (1979) On the latency of human visually evoked response to sinusoidal gratings. Vision Research 19:843–45. [aFHP]

E. K. Warrington , & M. James (1967) Disorders of visual perception in patients with localised cerebral lesions. Neuropsychologia 5:253–66. [aFHP]

F. W. Weymouth , D. C Hines , L. H. Acres , J. E. Raaf & M. C. Wheeler (1928) Visual acuity within the area centralis and its relation to eye movements and fixation. American Journal of Ophthalmology 11:947–60. [aFHP]

L. G. Williams (1966) The effect of target specification on objects fixated during visual search. Perception & Psychophysics 1:315–18. [aFHP]

H. R. Wilson , & S. C. Giese (1977) Threshold visibility of frequency gradient patterns. Vision Research 17:1177–90. [JRB]

M. Wilson , W. A. Wilson Jr. & R. Remez (1977) Effects of prestriate, inferotemporal and superior temporal sulcus lesions on attention and gaze shifts in rhesus monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 91:1261–71. [aFHP ]

E. W. Yund , R. Efron & D. R. Nichols (1990) Detectability gradients as a function of target location. Brain and Cognition 12:116. [rFHP]

S. Zeki (1980) The representation of colours in the cerebral cortex. Nature 284:412–18. [aFHP]

(1977) Colour coding in the superior temporal sulcus of rhesus monkey visual cortex. Proceedings of the Royal Society, series B 197:195–223. [MK]

J. Zihl , D. von Cramon & N. Mai (1983) Selective disturbance of movement vision after bilateral brain damage. Brain 106:313–40. [aFHP]

D. Zipser & R. A. Andersen (1988) A back-propagation programmed network that simulates response properties of a subset of posterior parietal neurons. Nature 331:679–84. [rFHP, RMS]

Recommend this journal

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.

Behavioral and Brain Sciences
  • ISSN: 0140-525X
  • EISSN: 1469-1825
  • URL: /core/journals/behavioral-and-brain-sciences
Please enter your name
Please enter a valid email address
Who would you like to send this to? *
×