Visual Search
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Visual Search

Alexander, R. G., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2011). Visual similarity effects in categorical search. Journal of Vision, 11(8):9, 1-15,, doi:10.1167/11.8.9.

Alexander, R. G., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2012). Effects of part-based similarity on visual search: The Frankenbear experiment. Vision Research, 54, 20-30.

Anderson, E. J., Mannan, S. K., Husain, M., Rees, G., Sumner, P., Mort, D. J., McRobbie, D., & Kennard, C. (2007). Involvement of prefrontal cortex in visual search. Experimental Brain Research, 180, 289-302.

Anderson, E. J., Mannan, S. K., Rees, G., Sumner, P., & Kennard, C. (2008). A role for spatial and nonspatial working memory processes in visual search. Experimental Psychology, 5, 301-312.

Anderson, E. J., Mannan, S. K., Rees, G., Sumner, P., & Kennard, C. (2010). Overlapping functional anatomy for working memory and visual search. Experimental Brain Research, 200, 91-107.

Beck, M. R., Lohrenz, M. C., & Trafton, J. G. (2010). Measuring search efficiency in complex visual search tasks: Global and local clutter. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16, 238-250.

Beck, M. R., Peterson, M. S., Vomela, M. (2006). Memory for where, but not what, is used during visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 32, 235-250.

Beck, M. R., Peterson, M. S., Boot, W. R., Vomela, M., & Kramer, A. F. (2006). Explicit memory for rejected distractors during visual search. Visual Cognition, 14, 150-174.

Becker, S. I. (2011). Determinants of dwell time in visual search: Similarity or perceptual difficulty? PLoS ONE 6(3): e17740. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.001774.

Becker, S. I., Horstmann, G., & Remington, R. W. (2011). Perceptual grouping, not emotion, accounts for search asymmetries with schematic faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37, 1739-1757.

Beintema, J. A., van Loon, E. M., & van den Berg, A. V. (2005). Manipulating saccadic decision-rate distributions in visual search. Journal of Vision, 5, 150-164.

Bekkering, H., & Neggers, S. F. W. (2002). Visual search is modulated by action intentions. Psychological Science, 13, 370-374.

Belke, E., Humphreys, G. W., Watson, D. G., Meyer, A. S., & Telling, A. L. (2008). Top-down effects of semantic knowledge in visual search are modulated by cognitive but not perceptual load. Perception & Psychophysics. 70, 1444-1458.

Benjamins, J. S., Hooge, I. T. C., van Elst, J. C., Wertheim, A. H., & Verstraten, F. A. J. (2009). Search time critically depends on irrelevant subset size in visual search. Vision Research, 49, 398-406.

Boot, W. R., Becic, E., & Kramer, A. F. (2009). Stable individual differences in search strategy?: The effect of task demands and motivational factors on scanning strategy in visual search. Journal of Vision, 9(3):7, 1-16,, doi:10.1167/9.3.7.

Boot, W. R., & Brockmole, J. R. (2010). Irrelevant features at fixation modulate saccadic latency and direction in visual search. Visual Cognition, 18, 481-491.

Boot, W. R., Neider, M. B., & Kramer, A. F. (2009). Training and transfer of training in the search for camouflaged targets. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71, 950-963.

Bricolo, E., Gianesini, T., Fanini, A., Bundesen, C., & Chelazzi, L. (2002) Serial attention mechanisms in visual search: A direct behavioral demonstration. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 14, 980-993.

Calvo, M. G., Nummenmaa, L., & Avero, P. (2008). Visual search of emotional faces: Eye-movement assessment of component processes. Experimental Psychology, 55, 359-370.

Calvo, M. G., & Nummenmaa, L. (2008). Detection of emotional faces: Salient physical features guide effective visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 471-494.

Caspi, A., Beutter, B. R., & Eckstein, M. P. (2004). The time course of visual information accrual guiding eye movement decisions. Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 101, 13086-13090.

Castelhano, M. S., Pollatsek, A., & Cave, K. R. (2008). Typicality aids search for an unspecified target, but only in identification and not in attentional guidance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 795-801.

Cassavaugh, N. D., Kramer, A. F., & Irwin, D. E. (2003). Influence of task-irrelevant onset distractors on the visual search performance of young and old adults. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 10, 44 – 60.

Chen, X., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2006). Real-world visual search is dominated by top-down guidance. Vision Research, 46, 4118-4133.

Coeckelbergh, T. R. M., Cornelissen, F. W., Brouwer, W. H., & Kooijman, A. C. (2002). The effect of visual field defects on eye movements and practical fitness to drive. Vision Research, 42, 669-677.

de Vries, J. P., Hooge, I. T. C., Wiering, M. A., & Verstraten, F. A. J. (2011). Saccadic selection and crowding in visual search: stronger lateral masking leads to shorter search times. Experimental Brain Research, 211, 119-131.

Devue, C., Belopolsky, A. V., & Theeuwes, J. (2012). Oculomotor guidance and capture by irrelevant faces. PLoS ONE 7(4): e34598. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034598.

Devue, C., Van der Stigchel, S., Brédart, S., & Theeuwes, J. (2009). You do not find your own face faster; you just look at it longer. Cognition, 111, 114-122.

Dickinson, C. A., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2007). Memory for the search path: Evidence for a high-capacity representation of search history. Vision Research, 47, 1745-1755.

Donk, M. & van Zoest, W. (2008). Effects of saliency are short-lived. Psychological Science, 19, 733-739.

Donk, M., & van Zoest, W. (2011). No control in orientation search: The effects of instruction on oculomotor selection in visual search. Vision Research, 51, 2156-2166.

Drew, T., Cunningham, C., & Wolfe, J. M. (2012). When and why might a computer-aided detection (CAD) system interfere with visual search? An eye-tracking study. Academic Radiology, 19, 1260-1267.

Durgin, F. H., Doyle, E., & Egan, L. (2008). Upper-left gaze bias reveals competing search strategies in a reverse Stroop task. Acta Psychologica, 127, 428-448.

Eckstein, M. P., Beutter, B. R., Pham, B. T., Shimozaki, S. S., & Stone, L. S. (2007). Similar neural representations of the target for saccades and perception during search. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 1266-1270.

Emerich, S. M., Ruppel, J. D. N., Al-Aidroos, N., Pratt, J., & Ferber, S. (2008). Out with the old: Inhibition of old items in a preview search is limited. Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 1552 – 1557.

Forti, S., & Humphreys, G. W. (2008). Sensitivity to object viewpoint and action instructions during search for targets in the lower visual field. Psychological Science, 19, 42-48.

Foulsham, T., & Underwood, G. (2009). Does conspicuity enhance distraction? Saliency and eye landing position when searching for objects. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 1088-1098.

Franconeri, S. L., Simons, D. J., & Junge, J. A. (2004). Searching for stimulus-driven shifts of attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11, 876-881.

Galpin, A. J., & Underwood, G. (2005). Eye movements during search and detection in comparative visual search. Perception & Psychophysics, 67, 1313-1331.

Garaas, T. W., & Pomplun, M. (2008). Inspection time and visual-perceptual processing. Vision Research, 48, 523-537

Geyer, T., Von Mühlenen, A., & Müller, H. J. (2007). What do eye movements reveal about the role of memory in visual search? The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 7, 924-935.

Gilchrist, I. D., & Harvey, M. (2000). Refixation frequency and memory mechanisms in visual search. Current Biology, 10, 1209-1212.

Gilchrist, I. D., & Harvey, M. (2006). Evidence for a systematic component within scan paths in visual search. Visual Cognition, 14, 704-715.

Greene, H. H. (2006). The control of fixation duration in visual search. Perception, 35, 303-315.

Greene, H. H. (2008). Distance-from-target dynamics during visual search. Vision Research, 48, 2476-2484.

Greene, H. H., Brown, J. M., & Paradis, B. A. (2013). Luminance contrast and the visual span during visual target localization. Displays, 34, 27-32.

Greene, H. H., Pollatsek, A., Masserang, K., Lee, Y. J., & Rayner, K. (2010). Directional processing within the perceptual span during visual target localization. Vision Research, 50, 1274-1282.

Greene, H. H., & Rayner, K. (2001). Eye movement control in direction-coded visual search. Perception, 30, 147-157.

Greene, H. H., Simpson, D., & Bennion, J. (2012). The perceptual span during foveally-demanding visual target localization. Acta Psychologica, 139, 434-439.

Grewal, P., Viswanathan, J., Barton, J. J. S., & Lanyon, L. J. (2012). Line bisection under an attentional gradient induced by simulated neglect in healthy subjects. Neuropsychologia, 50, 1190-1201.

Hannus, A., Neggers, S., Cornelissen, F.W., & Bekkering, H. (2005). Selection-for-action in visual search. Acta Psychologica, 118, 171-191.

Hannus, A., van den Berg, R., Bekkering, H., Roerdink, J. B. T. M., & Cornelissen, F. W. (2006). Visual search near threshold: Some features are more equal than others. Journal of Vision, 6, 523-540.

He, J., & McCarley, J. S. (2010). Executive working memory load does not compromise perceptual processing during visual search: Evidence from additive factors analysis. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72, 308-316.

Henderson, J. M., Chanceaux, M., & Smith, T. J. (2009). The influence of clutter on real-world scene search: Evidence from search efficiency and eye movements. Journal of Vision, 9(1):32, 1-8,, doi:10.1167/9.1.32.

Hout, M. C., & Goldinger, S. D. (2012). Incidental learning speeds visual search by lowering response thresholds, not by improving efficiency: Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 90-112.

Houtkamp, R., & Roelfsema, P. R. (2006). The effect of items in working memory on the deployment of attention and the eyes during visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32, 423-442.

Huestegge, L. (2010). Effects of vowel length on gaze durations in silent and oral reading. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 3(5):5,1-18.

Hwang, A. D., Higgins, E. C., & Pomplun, M. (2009). A model of top-down attentional control during visual search in complex scenes. Journal of Vision, 9(5):25, 1-18,, doi:10.1167/9.5.25.

Hwang, A. D., Wang, H.-C., & Pomplun, M. (2011). Semantic guidance of eye movements in real-world scenes. Vision Research, 51, 1192-1205.

Iordanescu, L., Grabowecky, M., Franconeri, S., Theeuwes, J., & Suzuki, S. (2010). Characteristic sounds make you look at the targets faster in visual search. Attention Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 1736-1741.

Jacob, M. & Hochstein, S. (2009). Comparing eye movements to detected vs. undetected target stimuli in an Identity Search task. Journal of Vision, 9(5):20, 1-16,, doi:10.1167/9.5.20.

Jones, J. L., & Kaschak, M. P. (2012). Global statistical learning in a visual search task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 152-160.

Klein, R. M., & MacInnes, W. J. (1999). Inhibition of return is a foraging facilitator in visual search. Psychological Science, 10, 346-352.

Körner, C., & Gilchrist, I. D. (2008). Memory processes in multiple-target visual search. Psychological Research, 72, 99-105.

Kotowicz, A., Rutishauser, U., & Koch, C. (2010). Time course of target recognition in visual search. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4:31. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2010.00031.

Kramer, A. F., Boot, W. R., McCarley, J. S., Peterson, M. S., Colcombe, A., & Scialfa, C. T. (2006). Aging, memory and visual search. Acta Psychologica, 122, 288-304.

Kramer, A. F., Cassavaugh, N., Irwin, D. E., Peterson, M. S., & Hahn, S. (2001). Influence of single and multiple onset distractors on visual search for singleton targets. Perception & Psychophysics, 63, 952-968.

Kramer, A. F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D. E., & Theeuwes, J. (1999). Attentional capture and aging: Implications for visual search performance and oculomotor control. Psychology & Aging, 14, 135-154.

Kuhn, G., & Tipples, J. (2011). Increased gaze following for fearful faces. It depends on what you’re looking for! Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 89-95.

Le Dantec, C. C., Melton, E. E., & Seitz, A. R. (2012). A triple dissociation between learning of target, distractors, and spatial contexts. Journal of Vision, 12(2):5, 1-12,, doi:10.1167/12.2.5.

Le Dantec, C. C., & Seitz, A. R. (2012). High resolution, high capacity, spatial specificity in perceptual learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:222. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00222.

Leonard, C. J., & Luck, S. J. (2011). The role of magnocellular signals in oculomotor attentional capture. Journal of Vision, 11(13):11, 1-12,, doi:10.1167/11.13.11.

Meyer, A. S., Belke, E., Telling, A. L., & Humphreys, G. W. (2007). Early activation of object names in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 710-716.

McCarley, J. S., Kramer, A. F., Boot, W. R., Peterson, M. S., Wang, R. F. & Irwin, D. E. (2006). Oculomotor behavior in visual search for multiple targets. Visual Cognition, 14, 685-703.

McCarley, J. S., Wang, R., Kramer, A. F., Irwin, D. E., & Peterson, M. S. (2003). How much memory does oculomotor search have? Psychological Science, 14, 422-426.

Montfoort, I., Frens, M. A., Hooge, I. Th. C., Lagers-van Haselen, G. C., & van der Geest, J. N. (2007). Visual search deficits in Williams-Beuren syndrome. Neuropsychologia, 45, 931-938.

Morvan, C., & Maloney, L. T. (2012). Human visual search does not maximize the post-saccadic probability of identifying targets. PLoS Computational Biology, 8(2): e1002342. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002342.

Motter, B. C., & Simoni, D. A. (2007). The roles of cortical image separation and size in active visual search performance. Journal of Vision, 7(2):6, 1-15,, doi:10.1167/7.2.6.

Motter, B. C., & Simoni, D. A. (2008). Changes in the functional visual field during search with and without eye movements. Vision Research, 48, 2382-2393.

Neider, M. B., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2006). Searching for camouflaged targets: Effects of target-background similarity on visual search. Vision Research, 46, 2217-2235.

Neider, M. B., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2006). Scene context guides eye movements during visual search. Vision Research, 46, 614-621.

Neider, M. B., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2008). Exploring set size effects in scenes: Identifying the objects of search. Visual Cognition, 16, 1 – 10.

Neider, M. B., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2011). Cutting through the clutter: Searching for targets in evolving complex scenes. Journal of Vision, 11(14):7, 1-16,, doi:10.1167/11.14.7.

Ojanpää, H., & Näsänen, R. (2003). Utilisation of spatial frequency information in face search. Vision Research, 43, 2505-2515.

Ojanpää, H., Näsänen, R., & Kojo, I. (2002). Eye movements in the visual search of word lists. Vision Research, 42, 1499-1512.

Over, E. A. B., Hooge, I. T. C., Vlaskamp, B. N. S., & Erkelens, C. J. (2007). Coarse-to-fine eye movement strategy in visual search. Vision Research, 47, 2272-2280.

Panagopoulos, A., von Grunau, M. W., & Galera, C. (2004). Attentive mechanisms in visual search. Spatial Vision, 17, 353-371.

Peterson, M. S., Beck, M. R., & Vomela, M. (2007). Visual search is guided by prospective and retrospective memory. Perception and Psychophysics, 69, 123 – 135.

Peterson, M. S., Beck, M. R., & Wong, J. H. (2008). Were you paying attention to where you looked? The role of executive working memory in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 372-377.

Peterson, M. S., Boot, W. R., Kramer, A. F., & McCarley, J. S. (2004). Landmarks help guide attention during visual search. Spatial Vision, 17, 497-510.

Peterson, M. S., & Kramer, A. F. (2001). Attentional guidance of the eyes by contextual information and abrupt onsets. Perception and Psychophysics, 63, 1239-1249.

Peterson, M. S., Kramer, A. F., & Irwin, D. E. (2004). Covert shifts of attention precede involuntary eye movements. Perception and Psychophysics, 66, 398-405.

Peterson, M. S., Kramer, A. F., Irwin, D. E. & Hahn, S. (2002). Modulation of oculomotor control by abrupt onsets during attentionally demanding visual search. Visual Cognition, 9, 755-791.

Peterson, M. S., Kramer, A. F., Wang, F. R., Irwin, D. E., & McCarley, J. (2001). Visual search has memory. Psychological Science, 12, 287-292.

Phillips, M. H., & Edelman, J. A. (2008). The dependence of visual scanning performance on saccade, fixation, and perceptual metrics. Vision Research, 48, 926-936.

Palanica, A., & Itier, R. J. (2011). Searching for a perceived gaze direction using eye tracking. Journal of Vision, 11(2):19, 1-13,, doi:10.1167/11.2.19.

Pomplun, M. (2006). Saccadic selectivity in complex visual search displays. Vision Research, 46, 1886-1900.

Pomplun, M., Reingold, E. M., & Shen, J. (2003). Area activation: A computational model of saccadic selectivity in visual search. Cognitive Science, 27, 299-312.

Porter, G., Tales, A., & Leonards, U. (2010). What makes cast shadows hard to see? Journal of Vision, 10(3):13, 1-18,, doi:10.1167/10.3.13.

Privitera, C. M., Renninger, L. W., Carney, T., Klein, S., & Aguilar, M. (2010). Pupil dilation during visual target detection. Journal of Vision, 10(10):3, 1-14,, doi:10.1167/10.10.3.

Rinck, M., Reinecke, A., Ellwart, T., Heuer, K., & Becker, E. S. (2005). Speeded detection and increased distraction in fear of spiders: Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, 235-248.

Rutishauser, U., & Koch, C. (2007). Probabilistic modeling of eye movement data during conjunction search via feature-based attention. Journal of Vision, 7(6):5, 1-20,, doi:10.1167/7.6.5.

Schmidt, J., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2009). Search guidance is proportional to the categorical specificity of a target cue. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 1904-1914.

Schmidt, J., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2011). Visual search guidance is best after a short delay. Vision Research, 51, 535-545.

Shen, J., Reingold, E. M., & Pomplun, M. (2000). Distractor ratio influences patterns of eye movements during visual search. Perception, 29, 241-250.

Shen, J., Reingold, E. M., & Pomplun, M. (2003). Guidance of eye movements during conjunctive visual search: The distractor-ratio effect. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57, 76-96.

Shimozaki, S. S., Schoonveld, W. A., & Eckstein, M. P. (2012). A unified Bayesian observer analysis for set size and cueing effects on perceptual decisions and saccades. Journal of Vision, 12(6):27, 1-26,, doi:10.1167/12.6.27.

Sogo, H., & Takeda, Y. (2006). Effect of previously fixated locations on saccade trajectory during free visual search. Vision Research, 46, 3831-3844.

Solman, G. J. F., Cheyne, J. A., & Smilek, D. (2011). Memory load affects visual search processes without influencing search efficiency. Vision Research, 51, 1185-1191.

Solman, G. J. F., Cheyne, J. A., & Smilek, D. (2012). Found and missed: Failing to recognize a search target despite moving it. Cognition, 123, 100-118.

Solman, G. J. F., & Smilek, D. (2010). Item-specific location memory in visual search. Vision Research, 50, 2430-2438.

Solman, G. J. F., & Smilek, D. (2012). Memory benefits during visual search depend on difficulty. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24, 689-702.

Smith, T. J., & Henderson, J. M. (2011). Looking back at Waldo: Oculomotor inhibition of return does not prevent return fixations. Journal of Vision, 11(1):3, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/11.1.3.

Smith, T. J., & Henderson, J. M. (2011). Does oculomotor inhibition of return influence fixation probability during scene search? Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 73, 2384-2398.

Stroud, M. J., Menneer, T., Cave, K. R., Donnelly, N., & Rayner, K. (2011). Search for multiple targets of different colours: Misguided eye movements reveal a reduction of colour selectivity. Applied cognitive Psychology, 25, 971-982.

Stroud, M. J., Menneer, T., Cave, K. R., & Donnelly, N. (2012). Using the dual-target cost to explore the nature of search target representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 113-122.

Thomas, N. W., & Pare, M. (2007). Temporal processing of saccade targets in parietal cortex area LIP during visual search. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97, 942-947.

Trukenbrod, H. A., & Engbert, R. (2007). Oculomotor control in a sequential search task. Vision Research, 47, 2426-2443.

Tseng, Y.-C., & Li, R. C.-S. (2004). Oculomotor correlates of context-guided learning in visual search. Perception & Psychophysics, 66, 1363-1378.

Underwood, G., Humphrey, K., & van Loon, E. (2011). Decisions about objects in real-world scenes are influenced by visual saliency before and during their inspection. Vision Research, 51, 2031-2038.

van Zoest, W., Donk, M., & Van der Stigchel, S. (2012) Stimulus-salience and the time-course of saccade trajectory deviations. Journal of Vision, 12(8)16, 1-13,, doi:10.1167/12.8.16.

van Zoest, W., Lleras, A., Kingstone, A., & Enns, J. T. (2007). In sight, out of mind: The role of eye movements in the rapid resumption of visual search. Perception and Psychophysics, 69, 1204-127.

Verghese, P. (2012). Active search for multiple targets is inefficient. Vision Research, 74, 61-71.

Vincent, B. T. (2012). How do we use the past to predict the future in oculomotor search? Vision Research, 74, 93-101.

Vlaskamp, B. N. S., & Hooge, I. Th. C. (2006). Crowding degrades saccadic search performance. Vision Research, 46, 417-425.

Vlaskamp, B. N. S., Over, E. A. B., & Hooge, I. Th. (2005). Saccadic search performance: The effect of element spacing. Experimental Brain Research, 167, 246-259.

Võ, M. L.-H., & Wolfe, J. M. (2012). When does repeated search in scenes involve memory? Looking at versus looking for objects in scenes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 23-41.

Walthew, C., & Gilchrist, I. D. (2006). Target location probability effects in visual search: An effect of sequential dependencies. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 32, 1294-1301.

Watson, D. G., & Inglis, M. (2007). Eye movements and time-based selection: Where do the eyes go in preview search? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 852-857.

Watson, D. G., Maylor, E. A., & Bruce, L. A. M. (2007). The role of eye movements in subitizing and counting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33, 1389-1399.

Watson, M. R., Brennan, A. A., Kingstone, A., & Enns, J. T. (2010). Looking versus seeing: Strategies alter eye movements during visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17, 543-549.

Wertheim, A. H., Hooge, I. T. C., Krikke, K., & Johnson, A. (2006). How important is lateral masking in visual search? Experimental Brain Research, 170, 387-402.

Wienrich, C., Hesse, U., & Müller-Plath, G. (2009). Eye movements and attention in visual feature search with graded target-distractor-similarity. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 3(1):4, 1-19.

Williams, C. C. (2010). Not all visual memories are created equal. Visual Cognition, 18, 201-228.

Williams, C. C., & Pollatsek, A. (2007). Searching for an O in an array of Cs: Eye movements track moment-to-moment processing in visual search. Perception & Psychophysics, 69, 372-381.

Williams, C. C., Pollatsek, A., Cave, K. R., & Stroud, M. J. (2009). More than just finding color: Strategy in global visual search is shaped by learned target probabilities. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35, 688-699.

Williams, D. E., & Reingold, E. M. (2001). Preattentive guidance of eye movements during triple conjunction search tasks: The effects of feature discriminability and saccadic amplitude. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 8, 476-488.

Williams, D. E., Reingold, E. M., Moscovitch, M., & Behrmann, M. (1997). Patterns of eye movements during parallel and serial visual search tasks. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 51, 151-164.

Xu, Y., Higgins, E. C., Xiao, M., & Pomplun, M. (2007). Mapping the color space of saccadic selectivity in visual search. Cognitive Science, 31, 877-887.

Yang, H., Chen, X., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2009). A new look at novelty effects: Guiding search away from old distractors. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71, 554-564.

Yang, H., & Zelinsky, G. J. (2009). Visual search is guided to categorically defined targets. Vision Research, 49, 2095-2103.

Zehetleitner, M., Hegenloh, M., & Müller, H. J. (2011). Visually guided pointing movements are driven by the salience map. Journal of Vision, 11(1):24, 1-18,, doi:10.1167/11.1.24.

Zelinsky, G. J. (2008). A theory of eye movements during target acquisition. Psychological Review, 115, 787-835.

Zelinsky, G. J. (2012). TAM: Explaining off-object fixations and central fixation tendencies as effects of population averaging during search. Visual Cognition, 20, 515-545.

Zelinsky, G. J., & Neider, M. B. (2008). An eye movement analysis of multiple object tracking in a realistic environment. Visual Cognition, 16, 553 – 566.

Zelinsky, G. J., & Schmidt, J. (2009). An effect of referential scene constraint on search implies scene segmentation, Visual Cognition, 17, 1004-1028.

Zhao, G., Liu, Q., Jiao, J., Zhou, P., Li, H., & Sun, H. (2012). Dual-state modulation of the contextual cueing effect: Evidence from eye movement recordings. Journal of Vision, 12(6):11, 1-13,, doi:10.1167/12.6.11.

Zou, H., Müller, H. J., & Shi, Z. (2012). Non-spatial sounds regulate eye movements and enhance visual search. Journal of Vision, 12(5):2, 1-18,, doi: 10.1167/12.5.2.

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Sprenger, A., Lappe-Osthege, M., Talamo, S., Gais, S., Kimmig, H., & Helmchen, C. (2010). Eye movements during REM sleep and imagination of visual scenes. NeuroReport, 21, 45-49.

Stephen, D. G., & Mirman, D. (2010). Interactions dominate the dynamics of visual cognition. Cognition, 115, 154-165.

Stevens, C., Winskel, H., Howell, C., Vidal, L.-M., Latimer, C., Milne-Home, J. (2010). Perceiving dance: Schematic expectations guide experts’ scanning of a contemporary dance film. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 14, 19-25.

Stieff, M., Hegarty, M., & Deslongchamps, G. (2011). Identifying representational competence with multi-representational displays. Cognition and Instruction, 29, 123-145.

Stork, S., & Schubö, A. (2010). Human cognition in manual assembly: Theories and applications. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 24, 320-328.

Stoyanova, R. S., Pratt, J., & Anderson, A. K. (2007). Inhibition of return to social signals of fear. Emotion, 7, 49-56.

Su, Y., Rao, L.-L., Li, X., Wang, Y., & Li, S. (2012). From quality to quantity: The role of common features in consumer preference. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33, 1043-1058.

Sullivan, J. L., Juhasz, B. J., Slattery, T. J., & Barth, H. C. (2011). Adults’ number-line estimation strategies: Evidence from eye movements. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 557-563.

Thomas, L. E., & Irwin, D. E. (2006). Voluntary eyeblinks disrupt iconic memory. Perception and Psychophysics, 68, 475-488.

Thomas, L. E., & Lleras, A. (2007). Moving eyes and moving thought: On the spatial compatibility between eye movements and cognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 663-668.

Todd, R. M., Talmi, D., Schmitz, T. W., Susskind, J., & Anderson, A. K. (2012). Psychophysical and neural evidence for emotion-enhanced perceptual vividness. Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 11201-11212.

Tremblay, S., Saint-Aubin, J., & Jalbert, A. (2006). Rehearsal in serial memory for visual-spatial information: Evidence from eye movements. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 452-457.

Tremblay, S., & Saint-Aubin, J. (2009). Evidence of anticipatory eye movements in the spatial hebb repetition effect: Insights for modeling sequence learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35, 1256-1265.

Trick, L., Hogarth, L., & Duka, T. (2011). Prediction and uncertainty in human Pavlovian to instrumental transfer. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 757-765.

Trukenbrod, H. A., & Engbert, R. (2012). Eye movements in a sequential scanning task: Evidence for distributed processing. Journal of Vision, 12(1):5, 1-12,, doi:10.1167/12.1.5.

Uzzaman, S., & Joordens, S. (2011). The eyes know what you are thinking: Eye movements as an objective measure of mind wandering. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 1882-1886.

Van Beilen, M., Renken, R., Groenewold, E. S., & Cornelissen, F. W. (2011). Attentional window set by expected relevance of environmental signals. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21262. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021262.

Van Belle, G., Ramon, M., Lefèvre, P., & Rossion, B. (2010). Fixation patterns during recognition of personally familiar and unfamiliar faces. Frontiers in Psychology, 1:20. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2010.00020.

Van der Stigchel, S., Merten, H., Meeter, M., & Theeuwes, J. (2007). The effects of a task-irrelevant visual event on spatial working memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 1066-1071.

Vigneau, F., Caissie, A. F., & Bors, D. A. (2006). Eye-movement analysis demonstrates strategic influences on intelligence. Intelligence, 34, 261-272.

Wang, J. T.-Y., Spezio, M., & Camerer, C. F. (2010). Pinocchio’s pupil: Using eyetracking and pupil dilation to understand truth telling and deception in sender-receiver games. The American Economic Review, 100, 984-1007.

Welham, A. K., & Wills, A. J. (2011). Unitization, similarity, and overt attention in categorization and exposure. Memory & Cognition, 39, 1518-1533.

West, G. L., Al-Aidroos, N., Susskind, J., & Pratt, J. (2011). Emotion and action: the effect of fear on saccadic performance. Experimental Brain Research, 209, 153-158.

Wiener, J. M., Hölscher, C., Büchner, S., & Konieczny, L. (2012). Gaze behaviour during space perception and spatial decision making. Psychological Research, 76, 713-729.

Witzel, C., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2011). Is there a lateralized category effect for color? Journal of Vision, 11(12):16, 1-25,, doi:10.1167/11.12.16.

Woodhead, Z. V. J., Brownsett, S. L. E., Dhanjal, N. S., Beckmann, C., & Wise, R. J. S. (2011). The visual word form system in context. Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 193-199.

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Zhang, H., Morvan, C., & Maloney, L. T. (2010). Gambling in the visual periphery: A conjoint-measurement analysis of human ability to judge visual uncertainty. PLoS Computational Biology, 6(12): e1001023. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1001023.

Zhang, Y., & Zhang, M. (2011). Spatial working memory load impairs manual but not saccadic inhibition of return. Vision Research, 51, 147-153.

Zwickel, J., & Müller, H. J. (2009). Eye movements as a means to evaluate and improve robots. International Journal of Social Robotic, 1, 357-366.


Motion Perception

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Au, R. K. C., Ono, F., & Watanabe, K. (2012). Time dilation induced by object motion is based on spatiotopic but not retinotopic positions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:58. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00058.

Baker, D. H., & Graf, E. W. (2010). Extrinsic factors in the perception of bistable motion stimuli. Vision Research, 50, 1257-1265.

Baumann, O., & Mattingley, J. B. (2010). Scaling of neural responses to visual and auditory motion in the human cerebellum. Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 4489-4495.

Boström, K. J., & Warzecha, A.-K. (2009). Ocular following response to sampled motion. Vision Research, 49, 1693-1701.

Boström, K. J., & Warzecha, A.-K. (2010). Open-loop speed discrimination performance of ocular following response and perception. Vision Research, 50, 870-882.

Bower, J. D., Bian, Z., & Andersen, G. J. (2012). Effects of retinal eccentricity and acuity on global-motion processing. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74, 942-949.

Calow, D., & Lappe, M. (2007). Local statistics of retinal optic flow for self-motion through natural sceneries. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 18, 343 – 374.

Caplovitz, G. P., Hsieh, P. -J., & Tse, P. U. (2006). Mechanisms underlying the perceived angular velocity of a rigidly rotating object. Vision Research, 46, 2877-2893.

Caplovitz, G. P., Paymer, N. A., & Tse, P. U. (2008). The Drifting Edge Illusion: A stationary edge abutting an oriented drifting grating appears to move because of the ‘other aperture problem. Vision Research, 48, 2403-2414.

Caplovitz, G. P., & Tse, P. U. (2007). Rotating dotted ellipses: Motion perception driven by grouped figural rather than local dot motion signals. Vision Research, 47, 979-1991.

Caplovitz, G. P., & Tse, P. U. (2007). V3A processes contour curvature as a trackable feature for the perception of rotational motion. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 1179-1189.

Clemens, I. A. H., Selen, L. P. J., Koppen, M., & Medendorp, W. P. (2012). Visual stability across combined eye and body motion. Journal of Vision, 12(12):8, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/12.12.8.

Cowper-Smith, C. D., Lau, E. Y. Y., Helmick, C. A., Eskes, G. A., & Westwood, D. A. (2010). Neural coding of movement direction in the healthy human brain. PLoS ONE 5(10): e13330. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013330.

Dahlstrom-Hakki, I., & Pollatsek, A. (2006). Limits on integrating motion information across saccades. Perception & Psychophysics, 68, 44-54.

Debono, K., Schütz, A. C., Spering, M., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2010). Receptive fields for smooth pursuit eye movements and motion perception. Vision Research, 50, 2729-2739.

Duijnhouwer, J., Krekelberg, B., van den Berg, A., & van Wezel, R. (2010). Temporal integration of focus position signal during compensation for pursuit in optic flow. Journal of Vision, 10(14):14, 1-15,, doi:10.1167/10.14.14.

Duijnhouwer, J., van Wezel, R. J. A., & van den Berg, A. V. (2008). The role of motion capture in an illusory transformation of optic flow fields. Journal of Vision, 8(4):27, 1-18,, doi:10.1167/8.4.27.

Ezzati, A., Golzar, A., & Afraz, A. S. R. (2008). Topography of the motion aftereffect with and without eye movements. Journal of Vision, 8(14):23, 1-16,, doi:10.1167/8.14.23.

Harris, L. R., & Smith, A. T. (2000). Interactions between first- and second-order motion revealed by optokinetic nystagmus. Experimental Brain Research, 130, 67-72.

Hirai, M., Saunders, D. R., & Troje, N. F. (2011). Allocation of attention to biological motion: Local motion dominates global shape. Journal of Vision, 11(3):4, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/11.3.4.

Hisakata, R., & Murakami, I. (2008). The effects of eccentricity and retinal illuminance on the illusory motion seen in a stationary luminance gradient. Vision Research, 48, 1940-1948.

Howard, I. S., Ingram, J. N., Franklin, D. W., & Wolpert, D. M. (2012). Gone in 0.6 Seconds: The encoding of motor memories depends on recent sensorimotor states. Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 12756-12768.

Hsieh, P. -J., Caplovitz , G. P., & Tse, P. U. (2006).Illusory motion induced by the offset of stationary luminance-defined gradients. Vision Research, 46, 970-978.

Hsieh, P. -J., Caplovitz , G. P., & Tse, P. U. (2005).Illusory rebound motion and the motion continuity heuristic. Vision Research, 45, 2972-2985.

Hsieh, P. -J., & Tse, P. U. (2006). Illusory color mixing upon perceptual fading and filling-in does not result in ‘forbidden colors’. Vision Research, 46, 2251-2258.

Hsieh, P. -J., & Tse, P. U. (2006). Stimulus factors affecting illusory rebound motion. Vision Research, 46, 1924-1933.

Hsieh, P. -J., & Tse, P. U. (2007). Grouping inhibits motion fading by giving rise to virtual trackable features. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 33, 57-63.

Hsieh, P. -J., & Tse, P. U. (2009). Motion fading and the motion aftereffect share a common process of neural adaptation. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71, 724-733.

Ikeda, H., Blake, R., & Watanabe, K. (2005). Eccentric perception of biological motion is unscalably poor. Vision Research, 45, 1935-1943.

Kanai, R., Sheth, B. R., & Shimojo, S. (2007). Dynamical evolution of motion perception. Vision Research, 7, 937-945.

Kerzel, D. (2003). Mental extrapolation of target position is strongest with weak motion signals and motor responses. Vision Research, 43, 2623-2635.

Kerzel, D., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2003). Neuronal processing delays are compensated in the sensorimotor branch of the visual system. Current Biology, 13, 1975-1978.

Kerzel, D., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2005). Motion-induced illusory displacement reexamined: differences between perception and action? Experimental Brain Research, 162, 191-201.

Knapen, T., Rolfs, M., & Cavanagh, P. (2009). The reference frame of the motion aftereffect is retinotopic. Journal of Vision, 9(5):16, 1-6,, doi:10.1167/9.5.16.

Kohler, P. J., Caplovitz, G. P., Hsieh, P. -J., Sun, J., & Tse, P. U. (2010). Motion fading is driven by perceived, not actual angular velocity. Vision Research, 50, 1086-1094.

Kohler, P. J., Caplovitz, G. P., & Tse, P. U. (2009). The whole moves less than the spin of its parts. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 71, 675-679.

Laubrock, J., Engbert, R., & Kliegl, R. (2008). Fixational eye movements predict the perceived direction of ambiguous apparent motion. Journal of Vision, 8(14):13, 1-17,, doi:10.1167/8.14.13.

Lugtigheid, A. J., Brenner, E., & Welchman, A. E. (2011). Speed judgments of three-dimensional motion incorporate extraretinal information. Journal of Vision, 11(13):1, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/11.13.1.

Maffei, V., Macaluso, E., Indovina, I., Orban, G. A., & Lacquaniti, F. (2010). Processing of targets in smooth or apparent motion along the vertical in the human brain: an fMRI study. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103, 360-370.

Malkinson, T., McKyton, A., & Zohary, E. Motion adaptation reveals that the motion vector is represented in multiple coordinate frames. Journal of Vision, 12(6):30, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/12.6.30.

Moutoussis, K., Keliris, G., Kourtzi, Z., & Logothetis, N. (2005). A binocular rivalry study of motion perception in the human brain. Vision Research, 45, 2231-2243.

Mrotek, L. A., & Soechting, J. F. (2007). Predicting curvilinear target motion through an occlusion. Experimental Brain Research, 178, 99-114.

Nieman, D., Sheth, B. R., & Shimojo, S. (2010). Perceiving a discontinuity in motion. Journal of Vision, 10(6):9, 1-23,, doi:10.1167/10.6.9.

Niu, Y.-Q., Xiao, Q., Liu, R.-F., Wu, L.-Q., & Wang, S.-R. (2006). Response characteristics of pretectal neurons to illusory contours and motion. Journal of Physiology, 577, 805-813.

Niwa, M., & Ditterich, J. (2008). Perceptual decisions between multiple directions of visual motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 28, 4435-4445.

Noguchi, Y., Shimojo, S., Kakigi, R., & Hoshiyama, M. (2011). An integration of color and motion information in visual scene analyses. Psychological Science, 22, 153-158.

Perry, C. J., & Fallah, M. (2012). Color improves speed of processing but not perception in a motion illusion. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:92. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00092.

Porter, K. B., Caplovitz, G. P., Kohler, P. J., Ackerman, C. M., & Tse, P. U. (2011). Rotational and translational motion interact independently with form. Vision Research, 51, 2478-2487.

Saijo, N., Murakami, I., Nishida, S., & Gomi, H. (2005). Large-field visual motion directly induces an involuntary rapid manual following response. The Journal of Neuroscience, 25, 4941-4951.

Saunders, D. R., Williamson, D. K., & Troje, N. F. (2010). Gaze patterns during perception of direction and gender from biological motion. Journal of Vision, 10(11):9, 1-10,, doi:10.1167/10.11.9.

Schlag, J., Cai, R. H., Dorfman, A., Mohempour, A., & Schlag-Rey, M. (2000). Extrapolating movement without retinal motion. Nature, 403, 38-39.

Shi, Z., & Nijhawan, R. (2012). Motion extrapolation in the central fovea. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33651. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033651.

Shimono, M., Mano, H., & Niki, K. (2012). The brain structural hub of interhemispheric information integration for visual motion perception. Cerebral Cortex, 22, 337 – 344.

Simoncini, C., Perrinet, L. U., Montagnini, A., Mamassian, P. & Masson, G. S. (2012). More is not always better: adaptive gain control explains dissociation between perception and action. Nature Neuroscience, 15, 1596-1603.

Spering, M., & Carrasco, M. (2012). Similar effects of feature-based Attention on motion perception and pursuit eye movements at different levels of awareness. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 7594-7601.

Spering, M., Pomplun, M., & Carrasco, M. (2011). Tracking without perceiving: A dissociation between eye movements and motion perception. Psychological Science, 22, 216-225.

Stonkute, S., Braun, J., & Pastukhov, A. (2012). The role of attention in ambiguous reversals of structure-from-motion. PLoS One. 2012;7(5):e37734.

Takahashi, K., Fukuda, H., Ikeda, H., Doi, H., Watanabe, K., Ueda, K., & Shinohara, K. (2011). Roles of the upper and lower bodies in direction discrimination of point-light walkers. Journal of Vision, 11(14):8, 1-13,, doi:10.1167/11.14.8.

Takemura, H., Ashida, H., Amano, K., Kitaoka, A., & Murakami, I. (2012). Neural correlates of induced motion perception in the human brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 14344-14354.

Watanabe, K., & Yokoi, K. (2006). Object-based anisotropies in the flash-lag effect. Psychological Science, 17, 728-735.

Watanabe, K., & Yokoi, K. (2007). Object-based anisotropic mislocalization by retinotopic motion signals. Vision Research, 12, 1662-1667.

Watanabe, K., & Yokoi, K. (2008). Dynamic distortion of visual position representation around moving objects. Journal of Vision, 8(3):13, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/8.3.13.

Tse, P. U., & Hsieh, P.-J. (2006). The infinite regress illusion reveals faulty integration of local and global motion signals. Vision Research, 46, 3881-3885.

Tse, P. U., & Hsieh, P.-J. (2007). Component and intrinsic motion integrate in ‘dancing bar’ illusion. Biological Cybernetics, 96, 1-8.

Zimmermann, E., Morrone, M. C., & Burr, D. (2012). Visual motion distorts visual and motor space. Journal of Vision, 12(2):10, 1-8,, doi:10.1167/12.2.10.

Zwickel, J., Hegele, M., & Grosjean, M. (2012). Ocular tracking of biological and nonbiological motion: The effect of instructed agency. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 52-57.


Eye-Hand Coordination / Pointing

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Abekawa, N., & Gomi, H. (2010). Spatial coincidence of intentional actions modulates an implicit visuomotor control. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103, 2717-2727.

Adam, J. J., Buetti, S., & Kerze, D. (2012). Coordinated flexibility: How initial gaze position modulates eye-hand coordination and reaching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 891-901.

Baldauf, D., & Deubel, H. (2008). Visual attention during the preparation of bimanual movements. Vision Research, 48, 549-563.

Baldauf, D., Wolf, M., & Deubel, H. (2006). Deployment of visual attention before sequences of goal-directed hand movements. Vision Research, 46, 4355-4374.

Beurze, S. M., van Pelt, S., & Medendorp, W. P. (2006). Behavioral reference frames for planning human reaching movements. Journal of Neurophysiology, 96, 352 – 362.

Brenner, E., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2007). Flexibility in intercepting moving objects. Journal of Vision, 7(5):14, 1-17,, doi:10.1167/7.5.14.

Brenner, E., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2009). Sources of variability in interceptive movements. Experimental Brain Research, 195, 117-133.

Brenner, E., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2011). Continuous visual control of interception. Human Movement Science, 30, 475-494.

Brouwer, A.-M., Franz, V. H., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2009). Differences in fixations between grasping and viewing objects. Journal of Vision, 9(1):18, 1-24,, doi:10.1167/9.1.18.

Brozzoli, C., Pavani, F., Urquizar, C., Cardinali, L., & Farne, A. (2009). Grasping actions remap peripersonal space. Neuroreport, 20, 913-917.

Byrne, P. A., Cappadocia, D. C., & Crawford, D. (2010). Interactions between gaze-centered and allocentric representations of reach target location in the presence of spatial updating. Vision Research, 50, 2661-2670.

Cardoso de Oliveira, S., & Barthélémy, S. (2005). Visual feedback reduces bimanual coupling of movement amplitudes, but not of directions. Experimental Brain Research, 162, 78-88.

Chen, Y., Byrne, P., & Crawford, J. D. (2011). Time course of allocentric decay; egocentric decay; and allocentric-to-egocentric conversion in memory-guided reach. Neuropsychologia, 49, 49-60.

Collins, T., Schicke, T., & Röder, B. (2008). Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition, 109, 363-371.

Cotti, J., Rohenkohl, G., Stokes, M., Nobre, A. C., & Coull, J. T. (2011). Functionally dissociating temporal and motor components of response preparation in left intraparietal sulcus. NeuroImage, 54, 1221-1230.

Cotti, J., Vercher, J.-L., & Guillaume, A. (2011). Hand-eye coordination relies on extra-retinal signals: evidence from reactive saccade adaptation. Behavioural Brain Research, 218, 248-252.

de Grave, D. D. J., Franz, V. H., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2006). The influence of the Brentano illusion on eye and hand movements. Journal of Vision, 6, 727-738.

de Grave, D. D. J., Hesse, C., Brouwer, A.-M., & Franz, V. H. (2008). Fixation locations when grasping partly occluded objects. Journal of Vision, 8(7):5, 1-11,, doi:10.1167/8.7.5.

Degani, A. M., Danna-Dos-Santos, A., Robert, T., & Latash, M. L. (2010). Kinematic synergies during saccades involving whole-body rotation: A study based on the uncontrolled manifold hypothesis. Human Movement Science, 29, 243-258.

Desanghere, L., & Marotta, J. J. (2011). “Graspability” of objects affects gaze patterns during perception and action tasks. Experimental Brain Research, 212, 177-187.

Desmurget, M., Turner, R. S., Prablanc, C., Russo, G. S., Alexander, G. E., & Grafton, S. T. (2005). Updating target location at the end of an orienting saccade affects the characteristics of simple point-to-point movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 31, 1510-1536.

Dessing, J. C., Byrne, P. A., Abadeh, A., & Crawford, J. D. (2012). Hand-related rather than goal-related source of gaze-dependent errors in memory-guided reaching. Journal of Vision, 12(11):17, 1-8,, doi:10.1167/12.11.17.

Dessing, J. C., Crawford, J. D., & Medendorp, W. P. (2011). Spatial updating across saccades during manual interception. Journal of Vision, 11(10):4, 1-18,, doi:10.1167/11.10.4.

Dessing, J. C., Rey, F. P., & Beek, P. J. (2012). Gaze fixation improves the stability of expert juggling. Experimental Brain Research, 216, 635-644.

Dessing, J. C., Wijdenes, L. O., Peper, C. E., & Beek, P. J. (2009). Visuomotor transformation for interception: catching while fixating. Experimental Brain Research, 196, 511-527.

Ehresman, C., Saucier, D., Heath, M., & Binsted, G. (2008). Online corrections can produce illusory bias during closed-loop pointing. Experimental Brain Research, 188, 371-378.

Fiehler, K., Schütz, I., & Henriques, D. Y. P. (2011). Gaze-centered spatial updating of reach targets across different memory delays. Vision Research, 51, 890-897.

Fornos, A. P., Sommerhalder, J., Pittard, A., Safran, A. B., & Pelizzone, M. (2008). Simulation of artificial vision: IV. Visual information required to achieve simple pointing and manipulation tasks. Vision Research, 48, 1705-1718.

Gorbet, D. J., & Sergio, L. E. (2009). The behavioral consequences of dissociating the spatial directions of eye and arm movements. Brain Research, 1284, 77-88.

Greenwald, H. S., & Knill, D. C. (2009). Cue integration outside central fixation: A study of grasping in depth. Journal of Vision, 9(2):11, 1-16,, doi:10.1167/9.2.11.

Horstmann, A., & Hoffmann, K.-P. (2005). Target selection in eye-hand coordination: Do we reach to where we look or do we look to where we reach? Experimental Brain Research, 167, 187-195.

Issen, L. A., & Knill, D. C. (2012). Decoupling eye and hand movement control: Visual short-term memory influences reach planning more than saccade planning. Journal of Vision, 12(1):3, 1-13,, doi:10.1167/12.1.3.

Jones, S. A. H., & Henriques, D. Y. P. (2010). Memory for proprioceptive and multisensory targets is partially coded relative to gaze. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3782-3792.

Jonikaitis, D., Schubert, T., & Deubel, H. (2010). Preparing coordinated eye and hand movements: Dual-task costs are not attentional. Journal of Vision, 10(14):23, 1-17,, doi:10.1167/10.14.23.

Jonikaitis, D., & Deubel, H. (2011). Independent allocation of attention to eye and hand targets in coordinated eye-hand movements. Psychological Science, 22, 339-347.

Juravle, G., & Deubel, H. (2009). Action preparation enhances the processing of tactile targets. Experimental Brain Research, 198, 301-311.

Ketcham, C. J., Dounskaia, N. V., & Stelmach, G. E. (2006). The role of vision in the control of continuous multijoint movements. Journal of Motor Behavior, 38, 29-44.

Khan, A. Z., Song, J.-H., & McPeek, R. M. (2011). The eye dominates in guiding attention during simultaneous eye and hand movements. Journal of Vision, 11(1):9, 1-14,, doi:10.1167/11.1.9.

Lemay, M., & Stelmach, G. E. (2005). Multiple frames of reference for pointing to a remembered target. Experimental Brain Research, 164, 301-310.

Liesker, H., Brenner, E., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2010). Eye-hand coupling is not the cause of manual return movements when searching. Experimental Brain Research, 201, 221-227.

Lünenburger, L., & Hoffmann, K.-P. (2003). Arm movement and gap as factors influencing the reaction time of the second saccade in a double-step task. European Journal of Neuroscience, 17, 2481-2491.

Ma-Wyatt, A., Stritzke, M., & Trommershäuser, J. (2010). Eye-hand coordination while pointing rapidly under risk. Experimental Brain Research, 203, 131-145.

Mrotek, L. A., Flanders, M., & Soechting, J. F. (2004). Interception of targets using brief directional cues. Experimental Brain Research, 156, 94 – 103.

Mrotek, L. A., & Soechting, J. F. (2007). Target interception: Hand-eye coordination and strategies. Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 7297-7309.

Neggers, S. F. W., & Bekkering, H. (1999). Integration of visual and somatosensory target information in goal-directed eye and arm movements. Experimental Brain Research, 125, 97-107.

Neggers, S. F. W., & Bekkering, H. (2000). Ocular gaze is anchored to the target of an ongoing pointing movement. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 83, 639-651.

Neggers, S. F. W., & Bekkering, H. (2001). Gaze anchoring to a pointing target Is present during the entire pointing movement and Is driven by a non-visual signal. The Journal of Neurophysiology, 86, 961-970.

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