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A body-centred frame of reference drives spatial priming in visual searchBALL, Keira; SMITH, Daniel; ELLISON, Amanda et al.Experimental brain research. 2010, Vol 204, Num 4, pp 585-594, issn 0014-4819, 10 p.Article

Divergence eye movements are dependent on initial stimulus positionALVAREZ, Tara L; SEMMLOW, John L; PEDRONO, Claude et al.Vision research (Oxford). 2005, Vol 45, Num 14, pp 1847-1855, issn 0042-6989, 9 p.Article

Active vibration control in machinerySETO, K.Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan. E. 1991, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 263-272, issn 0388-2861Article

The Weber relation for position is not an artefact of eccentricityMORGAN, M. J; WATT, R. J.Vision research (Oxford). 1989, Vol 29, Num 10, pp 1457-1462, issn 0042-6989, 6 p.Article

The effect of loading on position sense in the tongueGROVER, C; CRASKE, B.Perception & psychophysics. 1991, Vol 50, Num 1, pp 7-14, issn 0031-5117Article

Both separation and eccentricity can limit precise position judgements: a reply Morgan and WattLEVI, D. M; KLEIN, S. A.Vision research (Oxford). 1989, Vol 29, Num 10, pp 1463-1469, issn 0042-6989, 7 p.Article

Cast shadow can modulate the judged final position of a moving targetTAYA, Shuichiro; MIURA, Kayo.Attention, perception & psychophysics. 2010, Vol 72, Num 7, pp 1930-1937, issn 1943-3921, 8 p.Article

Reinstating object-based attention under positional certainty : The importance of subjective parsingZHE CHEN; CAVE, Kyle R.Perception & psychophysics. 2006, Vol 68, Num 6, pp 992-1003, issn 0031-5117, 12 p.Article

The contribution of general and specific motor inhibitory sets to the so-called auditory inhibition of returnTASSINARI, G; CAMPARA, D; BENEDETTI, C et al.Experimental brain research. 2002, Vol 146, Num 4, pp 523-530, issn 0014-4819, 8 p.Article

Location of sources using poorly known array sensor positions. II. Convergence properties from erroneous estimatesQUARTLY, G. D; PACE, N. G.Acta acustica (Les Ulis). 1993, Vol 1, Num 5-6, pp 163-168, issn 1022-4793Article

The time courses of visual mislocalization and of extraretinal eye position signals at the time of vertical saccadesHONDA, H.Vision research (Oxford). 1991, Vol 31, Num 11, pp 1915-1921, issn 0042-6989Article

Object-centred inhibition of return of visual attentionTIPPER, S. P; DRIVER, J; WEAVER, B et al.The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A. Human experimental psychology. 1991, Vol 43, Num 2, pp 289-298, issn 0272-4987, 10 p.Article

The object-line effect : is it attributable to intercontext differences or the structural properties of contexts and task demands ?EARHARD, B.Canadian journal of psychology. 1990, Vol 44, Num 3, pp 384-399, issn 0008-4255Article

Auditory temporal cues can modulate visual representational momentumTERAMOTO, Wataru; HIDAKA, Souta; GYOBA, Jiro et al.Attention, perception & psychophysics. 2010, Vol 72, Num 8, pp 2215-2226, issn 1943-3921, 12 p.Article

Why eye movements and perceptual factors have to be controlled in studies on representational momentum. AuthorKERZEL, Dirk; HUBBARD, Timothy L.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2006, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 166-177, issn 1069-9384, 12 p.Article

Are boundary extension and representational momentum related?MUNGER, Margaret P; OWENS, T. Ryan; CONWAY, John E et al.Visual cognition. 2005, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 1041-1056, issn 1350-6285, 16 p.Article

Representational momentum in spatial hearingGETZMANN, Stephan; LEWALD, Jörg; GUSKI, Rainer et al.Perception (London. Print). 2004, Vol 33, Num 5, pp 591-599, issn 0301-0066, 9 p.Article

Implicit processing of shadowsCASTIELLO, Umberto.Vision research (Oxford). 2001, Vol 41, Num 18, pp 2305-2309, issn 0042-6989Article

Uncalibrated distortions vs undersamplingFIELD, D. J; HESS, R. F.Vision research (Oxford). 1996, Vol 36, Num 14, pp 2121-2124, issn 0042-6989Article

Location of sources using poorly known array sensor positions. I. Accuracy attainable when close to trueQUARTLY, G. D; PACE, N. G.Acta acustica (Les Ulis). 1993, Vol 1, Num 5-6, pp 153-161, issn 1022-4793Article

Role of high-level knowledge in memory for chess positionsCOOKE, N. J; ATLAS, R. S; LANE, D. M et al.The American journal of psychology. 1993, Vol 106, Num 3, pp 321-351, issn 0002-9556Article

Chess versus quasi-chess : the role of knowledge of legal rulesYOSKOWITZ, J.The American journal of psychology. 1991, Vol 104, Num 3, pp 355-366, issn 0002-9556Article

On the nature of interactions between the past and the presentMELARA, R. D; NAIRNE, J. S.Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition. 1991, Vol 17, Num 6, pp 1124-1135, issn 0278-7393Article

Visual transients reveal the veridical position of a moving objectKANAI, Ryota; VERSTRATEN, Frans A. J.Perception (London. Print). 2006, Vol 35, Num 4, pp 453-460, issn 0301-0066, 8 p.Article

The pointedness effect on representational momentumNAGAI, Masayoshi; YAGI, Akihiro.Memory & cognition. 2001, Vol 29, Num 1, pp 91-99, issn 0090-502XArticle

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