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Hemispheric differences in motor controlGOODALE, M. A.Behavioural brain research. 1988, Vol 30, Num 2, pp 203-214, issn 0166-4328Article

Visuomotor modules in the vertebrate brainGOODALE, M. A.Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology. 1996, Vol 74, Num 4, pp 390-400, issn 0008-4212Conference Paper

Interocular transfer in the pigeon after lesions of the dorsal supraoptic decussationGOODALE, M. A.Behavioural brain research. 1985, Vol 16, Num 1, pp 1-7, issn 0166-4328Article

Binocular vision and the on-line control of human prehensionSERVOS, P; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1994, Vol 98, Num 1, pp 119-127, issn 0014-4819Article

Monocular and binocular control of human interceptive movementsSERVOS, P; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1998, Vol 119, Num 1, pp 92-102, issn 0014-4819Article

Frames of reference for perception and action in the human visual systemGOODALE, M. A; HAFFENDEN, A.Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews. 1998, Vol 22, Num 2, pp 161-172, issn 0149-7634Article

Near, far, or in between ? : Target edges and the transport component of prehensionSERVOS, P; JAKOBSON, L. S; GOODALE, M. A et al.Journal of motor behavior. 1998, Vol 30, Num 1, pp 90-93, issn 0022-2895Article

Obstacle avoidance during locomotion is unaffected in a patient with visual form agnosiaPATLA, A. E; GOODALE, M. A.Neuroreport (Oxford). 1996, Vol 8, Num 1, pp 165-168, issn 0959-4965Article

Separate visual pathways for perception and actionGOODALE, M. A; MILNER, A. D.Trends in neurosciences (Regular edition). 1992, Vol 15, Num 1, pp 20-25, issn 0166-2236Article

Trajectories of reaches to prismatically-displaced targets: evidence for automatic visuomoto recalibrationJAKOBSON, L. S; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1989, Vol 78, Num 3, pp 575-587, issn 0014-4819Article

The role of visual feedback of hand position in the control of manual prehensionCONNOLLY, J. D; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1999, Vol 125, Num 3, pp 281-286, issn 0014-4819Article

Grasping versus pointing and the differential use of visual feedbackCARNAHAN, H; GOODALE, M. A; MARTENIUK, R. G et al.Human movement science. 1993, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 219-234, issn 0167-9457Article

The role of binocular vision in prehension : a kinematic analysisSERVOS, P; GOODALE, M. A; JAKOBSON, L. S et al.Vision research (Oxford). 1992, Vol 32, Num 8, pp 1513-1521, issn 0042-6989Article

Large adjustements in visually guided reaching do not depend on vision of the hand or perception of target displacementGOODALE, M. A; PELISSON, D; PRABLANC, C et al.Nature (London). 1986, Vol 320, Num 6064, pp 748-750, issn 0028-0836Article

The effects of delay on the kinematics of graspingHU, Y; EAGLESON, R; GOODALE, M. A et al.Experimental brain research. 1999, Vol 126, Num 1, pp 109-116, issn 0014-4819Article

The role of head movements in the control of manual prehensionMAROTTA, J. J; KRUYER, A; GOODALE, M. A et al.Experimental brain research. 1998, Vol 120, Num 1, pp 134-138, issn 0014-4819Article

The role of learned pictorial cues in the programming and control of graspingMAROTTA, J. J; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1998, Vol 121, Num 4, pp 465-470, issn 0014-4819Article

Dissociation between two modes of spatial processing by a visual form agnosicSERVOS, P; MATIN, L; GOODALE, M. A et al.Neuroreport (Oxford). 1995, Vol 6, Num 14, pp 1893-1896, issn 0959-4965Article

The drawing of objects by a visual form agnosic : contribution of surface properties and memorial representationsSERVOS, P; GOODALE, M. A; HUMPHREY, G. K et al.Neuropsychologia. 1993, Vol 31, Num 3, pp 251-259, issn 0028-3932Article

Factors affecting higher-order movement planning : a kinematic analysis of human prehensionJAKOBSON, L. S; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1991, Vol 86, Num 1, pp 199-208, issn 0014-4819Article

The role of image size and retinal motion in the computation of absolute distance by the Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus)GOODALE, M. A; ELLARD, C. G; BOOTH, L et al.Vision research (Oxford). 1990, Vol 30, Num 3, pp 399-413, issn 0042-6989, 15 p.Article

The effects of instructions to subjects on the programming of visually directed reaching movementsFISK, J. D; GOODALE, M. A.Journal of motor behavior. 1989, Vol 21, Num 1, pp 5-19, issn 0022-2895Article

Left-sided oral asymmetries in spontaneous but not posed smilesWYLIE, D. R; GOODALE, M. A.Neuropsychologia. 1988, Vol 26, Num 6, pp 823-832, issn 0028-3932Article

The organization of eye and limb movements during unrestricted reaching to targets in contralateral and ipsilateral visual spaceFISK, J. D; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1985, Vol 60, Num 1, pp 159-178, issn 0014-4819Article

Cortical and tectal control of visual orientation in the gerbil: evidence for parallel channelsMLINAR, E. J; GOODALE, M. A.Experimental brain research. 1984, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 33-48, issn 0014-4819Article

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