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Flexibility of foveal attention during ocular pursuit. Journal Of Vision, 11, 9.. (2011).
Flexible interpretation of a decision rule by supplementary eye field neurons. Journal Of Neurophysiology, 106, 2992–3000.. (2011).
An oculomotor decision process revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. The Journal Of Neuroscience, 26, 13515–13522.. (2006).
Timing and velocity randomization similarly affect anticipatory pursuit. Journal Of Vision, 5, 1.. (2005).
Smooth pursuit eye movements: Recent advances. The Visual Neurosciences (Chalupa Lm, Werner Js, Eds), 333–334.. (2003).
Single-neuron activity in the dorsomedial frontal cortex during smooth-pursuit eye movements to predictable target motion. Visual Neuroscience, 14, 853–865.. (1997).
The function of the cerebellar uvula in monkey during optokinetic and pursuit eye movements: single-unit responses and lesion effects. Experimental Brain Research, 110, 1–14.. (1996).
Single neuron activity in the dorsomedial frontal cortex during smooth pursuit eye movements. Experimental Brain Research, 104, 357–361.. (1995).
Characteristics of nystagmus evoked by electrical stimulation of the uvular/nodular lobules of the cerebellum in monkey. Journal Of Vestibular Research: Equilibrium & Orientation, 2, 235–245.. (1991).
Adaptation of saccades and fixation to bilateral foveal lesions in adult monkey. Vision Research, 32, 365–373.. (1992).
Cerebellar uvula involvement in visual motion processing and smooth pursuit control in monkey. Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences, 656, 775–782.. (1992).
Recovery of visual responses in foveal V1 neurons following bilateral foveal lesions in adult monkey. Experimental Brain Research, 83, 670–674.. (1991).
Evidence of a timing mechanism for predictive smooth pursuit in frontal cortex. In Contemporary Oculomotor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A Robinson.. (1994).
Spatial integration in human smooth pursuit. Vision Research, 38, 3785–3794.. (1998).
A foveal target increases catch-up saccade frequency during smooth pursuit. Journal Of Neurophysiology, jn–00774.. (2015).
Choosing a foveal goal recruits the saccadic system during smooth pursuit. Journal Of Neurophysiology , 120(2), 489-496. http://doi.org/ 10.1152/jn.00418.2017 (Original work published 2018). (2018).