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    Responses of the human orbitofrontal cortex to predicted and unpredicted rewards: An event-related fMRI study.

    Ramnani, N., Athwal, B. S. & Passingham, R. E., 2000, In : European Journal of Neuroscience. 12, p. 89-89

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    Reversible inactivations of the cerebellum prevent the extinction of conditioned nictitating membrane responses in rabbits

    Ramnani, N. & Yeo, C. H., 1996, In : Journal of Physiology. 495, Pt 1, p. 159-68

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    Reversible inactivations of the cerebellum with muscimol prevent the acquisition and extinction of conditioned nictitating membrane responses in the rabbit

    Hardiman, M. J., Ramnani, N. & Yeo, C. H., 1996, In : Experimental Brain Research. 110, 2, p. 235-47

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    Reward expectation and the cognitive control of action: From electrophysiology to fMRI

    Ramnani, N., 2003, In : Journal of Psychophysiology. 17, 2, p. 96-96

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    Roadside judgments in children with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder

    Purcell, C., Wann, J. P., Wilmut, K. & Poulter, D., Jul 2011, In : Research in Developmental Disabilities. 32, 4

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    Saccadic distractor effects: The remote distractor effect (RDE) and saccadic inhibition (SI): A response to McIntosh and Buonocore (2014)

    Walker, R. & Benson, V., 4 Feb 2015, In : Journal of Vision. 15, 2, p. 1-7 7 p., 6.

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  8. Published

    Saccadic eye movement programming in unilateral neglect

    Walker, R. & JM., F., 1996, In : Neuropsychologia. 34, 6, p. 493-508 16 p.

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    Saccadic eye movements and working memory deficits following damage to human prefrontal cortex

    Walker, R., Husain, M., TL, H. & C., K., 1998, In : Neuropsychologia. 36, p. 1141-59

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    Saccadic eye movements in object-based neglect

    Walker, R., JM, F., AW, Y. & NB., L., 1996, In : Cognitive Neuropsychology. 13, p. 569-615

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    Saccadic eye movements in object-based neglect (vol 13, pg 569, 1996)

    Walker, R., Findlay, J. M., Young, A. W. & Lincoln, N. B., 1996, In : Cognitive Neuropsychology. 13, 5, p. COV3-COV3 1 p.

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    Savant memory for digits in a case of synaesthesia and Asperger syndrome is related to hyperactivity in the lateral prefrontal cortex

    Bor, D., Billington, J. & Baron-Cohen, S., 2007, In : Neurocase. 13, p. 311-319 8 p.

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    Savant memory in a man with colour form-number synaesthesia and Asperger syndrome

    Baron-Cohen, S., Bor, D., Billington, J., Asher, J., Wheelwright, S. & Ashwin, C., 2007, In : Journal of Consciousness Studies. 14, 9-10, p. 237-252 15 p.

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    Seeing blur: 'motion sharpening' without motion

    Georgeson, M. A. & Hammett, S. T., 22 Jul 2002, In : Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological sciences. 269, 1499, p. 1429-1434 6 p.

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    Selective visual responses to expansion and rotation in the human MT complex revealed by fMRI adaptation

    Wall, M. B., Lingnau, A., Ashida, H. & Smith, A. T., 2008, In : European Journal of Neuroscience. 27, p. 2747-2757

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    Selective visual responses to expansion and rotation in the human MT complex revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging adaptation

    Wall, M. B., Lingnau, A., Ashida, H. & Smith, A. T., May 2008, In : European Journal of Neuroscience. 27, 10, p. 2747-57 11 p.

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    Self awareness and the body image

    Longo, M. R., Schüür, F., Kammers, M. P. M., Tsakiris, M. & Haggard, P., 2009, In : Acta Psychologica. 132, 2, p. 166-72 7 p.

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    Self-representation in mediated environments: The experience of emotions modulated by auditory-vibrotactile heartbeat

    Tajadura-Jiménez, A., Väljamäe, A., Västfjäll, D. & Tajadura Jimenez, A., 1 Feb 2008, In : CyberPsychology & Behavior. 11, 1, p. 33-38 6 p.

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    Semantics affect the planning but not control of grasping

    Glover, S. & Dixon, P., 2002, In : Experimental Brain Research. 146, 3, p. 383-7 5 p.

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    Sensitivity of complex cells in cat striate cortex to relative motion.

    Hammond, P. & Smith, A. T., 1984, In : Brain Research. 301, p. 287-298

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    Sensitivity of human visual and vestibular cortical regions to egomotion-compatible visual stimulation

    Cardin, V. & Smith, A. T., 2010, In : Cerebral Cortex. 20, 8, p. 1964-1973

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    Sensitivity of human visual cortical area V6 to stereoscopic depth gradients associated with self-motion

    Cardin, V. & Smith, A. T., 2011, In : Journal of Neurophysiology. 106, p. 1240-1249

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    Sensitivity of human visual cortical areas to the stereoscopic depth of a moving stimulus

    Smith, A. T. & Wall, M. B., 2008, In : Journal of Vision. 8(10):1, p. 1-12

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    Sensitivity to optic flow in human cortical areas MT and MST

    Smith, A. T., Wall, M. B., Singh, K. D. & Williams, A. L., 2006, In : European Journal of Neuroscience. 23, p. 561-569

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    Sensitivity to second-order motion as a function of temporal frequency and eccentricity.

    Smith, A. T. & Ledgeway, T., 1998, In : Vision Research. 38, p. 403-410

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    Separate detection of moving luminance and contrast modulations: fact or artifact?

    Smith, A. T. & Ledgeway, T., 1997, In : Vision Research. 37, p. 45-62

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    Separate visual representations in the planning and control of action

    Glover, S., 1 Feb 2004, In : Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27, 1, p. 3-24; discussion 24-78

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    Separate visual representations in the planning and control of action - Response

    Glover, S., Feb 2004, In : Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27, 1, p. 57-78 22 p.

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    Sequential contrast and assimilation in grasping

    Dixon, P., Glover, S., Richards, V. & Li, H., Dec 2008, In : Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. 62, 4, p. 267-267 1 p.

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    Shared contributions of the head and torso to spatial reference frames across spatial judgments

    Longo, M. R., Rajapakse, S., Alsmith, A. & Ferrè, E. R., Nov 2020, In : Cognition. 204, p. 1-10 10 p., 104349.

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    Sharpening of drifting, blurred images.

    Bex, P., Edgar, G. K. & Smith, A. T., 1995, In : Vision Research. 35, p. 2539-2546

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    Shifts of criteria or neural timing? The assumptions underlying timing perception studies

    Yarrow, K., Jahn, N., Durant, S. & Arnold, D., 2011, In : Consciousness and Cognition. 20, 4, p. 1518-1531

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    Short-term global motion adaptation induces a compression in the subjective duration of dynamic visual events

    Gulhan, D. & Ayhan, I., 21 May 2019, In : Journal of Vision. 19 , 5, p. 1-22 22 p., 19.

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    Size and orientation specificity of transient visual evoked potentials in man.

    Smith, A. T. & Jeffreys, D. A., 1978, In : Vision Research. 18, p. 651-655

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    Smooth pursuit eye movements elicited by first- and second-order motion

    Butzer, F., Ilg, U. J. & Zanker, J. M., 1997, In : Experimental Brain Research. 115, p. 61-70

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    Solo versus joint bimanual coordination

    Dixon, P. & Glover, S., Jan 2019, In : Experimental Brain Research. 237, 1, p. 273-287 15 p.

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    Somatosensory modulation of perceptual vestibular detection

    Cabolis, K., Steinberg, A. & Ferrè, E. R., Mar 2018, In : Experimental Brain Research. 236, 3, p. 859-865 7 p.

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    Spatial and object-based neglect

    Walker, R., 1995, In : Neurocase. 1, p. 371-83

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    Spatial and temporal aspects of oculomotor inhibition as revealed by saccade trajectories.

    McSorley, E., Walker, R. & Haggard, P., 2005, In : Vision Research. 45, p. 2492-2499 13 p.

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    Spatial frequency adaptation: Threshold elevation and perceived contrast

    Snowden, R. J. & Hammett, S. T., Jun 1996, In : Vision Research. 36, 12, p. 1797-1809 13 p.

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    Spatial frequency discrimination in normal ageing and in one case of Alzheimer's disease.

    Early, F. & Smith, A. T., 1990, In : Clinical Vision Sciences. 6, p. 59-64

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    Spatial primes produce dissociated inhibitory effects on saccadic latencies and trajectories.

    Misirlisoy, E., Hermens, F., Stavrou, M., Pennells, J. & Walker, R., 8 Jan 2014, In : Vision Research. p. 1-7 7 p., 96.

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    Spatial scale and distribution of neurovascular signals underlying decoding of orientation and eye of origin from fMRI data

    Larsson, J., Harrison, C., Jackson, J., Oh, S-M. & Zeringyte, V., 1 Feb 2017, In : Journal of Neurophysiology. 117, 2, p. 818-835 18 p.

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    Spatial specificity and inheritance of adaptation in human visual cortex

    Larsson, J. & Harrison, S., 1 Aug 2015, In : Journal of Neurophysiology. 114, 2, p. 1211-1226 16 p.

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    Spatio-temporal frequency and direction sensitivities of human visual areas measured using fMRI.

    Singh, K. D., Smith, A. T. & Greenlee, M. W., 2000, In : NeuroImage. 12, p. 550-564

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    Spatio-temporal vernier acuity

    Gorea, A. & Hammett, S. T., 1998, In : Spatial Vision. 11, 3, p. 295-313 19 p.

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    Spatiotopic updating across saccades revealed by spatially-specific fMRI adaptation

    Fairhall, S., Schwarzbach, J., Lingnau, A., Van Koningsbruggen, M. & Melcher, D., 15 Feb 2017, In : NeuroImage. 147, p. 339–345 7 p.

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    Specificity and coherence of body representations

    Kammers, M. P. M., Longo, M. R., Tsakiris, M., Dijkerman, H. C. & Haggard, P., 1 Jan 2009, In : Perception. 38, 12, p. 1804-20 17 p.

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    Speed can go up as well as down at low contrast: Implications for models of motion perception

    Thompson, P., Brooks, K. & Hammett, S. T., Mar 2006, In : Vision Research. 46, 6-7, p. 782-786 5 p.

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    Speed encoding in correlation motion detectors as a consequence of spatial structure

    Meso, A. I. & Zanker, J. M., May 2009, In : Biological Cybernetics. 100, 5, p. 361-370

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    Speed encoding in human visual cortex revealed by fMRI adaptation

    Lingnau, A., Ashida, H., Wall, M. B. & Smith, A. T., 2009, In : Journal of Vision. 9(13):3, p. 1-14

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