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Verghese, P., & Coughlan, J.. (2007). Evolution of a motion trajectory over time. Journal Of Vision, 7, 1013–1013.
Verghese, P., & Stone, L. S.. (1995). Combining speed information across space. Vision Research, 35, 2811-23.
Verghese, P., Kim, Y. J., & Wade, A. R.. (2012). Attention selects informative neural populations in human V1. The Journal Of Neuroscience : The Official Journal Of The Society For Neuroscience, 32, 16379-90.
Verghese, P., & Ghahghaei, S.. (2013). Immediate feedback improves saccadic efficiency. Journal of Vision. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
Verghese, P., McKee, S. P., & Grzywacz, N. M.. (2000). Stimulus configuration determines the detectability of motion signals in noise. Journal Of The Optical Society Of America. A, Optics, Image Science, And Vision, 17, 1525-34.
Verghese, P., & Pelli, D. G.. (1994). The scale bandwidth of visual search. Vision Research, 34, 955-62.
Vreven, D., & Verghese, P.. (2002). Integration of speed signals in the direction of motion. Perception & Psychophysics, 64, 996-1007.
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2019). Discriminative control of saccade latencies. Journal Of Vision, 19(16), 1-15. http://doi.org/doi.org/10.1167/19.3.16 (Original work published 2019)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2018). Classical conditioning of saccadic latencies using gap and overlap paradigms. Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, USA. (Original work published 2018)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2016). Control of saccadic latencies in a choice paradigm. European Conference on Visual Perception. Barcelona, Spain. (Original work published 2016)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2018). One can choose one’s own saccadic reaction times. Association for Behavior Analysis International. San Diego, USA. (Original work published 2018)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2016). Saccadic latency and choice in a concurrent random interval reinforcement schedule. Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, USA. (Original work published 2016)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Control of saccadic latencies in a concurrent interval reinforcement schedule. Association for Behavior Analysis International. Paris, France. (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Contextual control of saccadic reaction times using a latency-contingent paradigm. European Conference on Visual Perception. Berlin, Germany. (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2015). Choice and saccadic latency in a concurrent random interval reinforcement program. Forum annuel du Groupement De Recherche Vision. Grenoble, France. (Original work published 2015)
Vullings, C., Harwood, M. R., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Reinforcement can reduce the size- latency phenomenon. Forum annuel du Groupement De Recherche Vision. Lille, France. (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Discriminative control of saccadic reaction times using a latency-contingent visual search task. Society of Quantitative Analysis of Behavior. Denver, USA. (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., Harwood, M. R., & Madelain, L.. (2019). Reinforcement reduces the size–latency phenomenon: A cost– benefit evaluation of saccade triggering. Journal Of Vision, 19(16), 1-9. http://doi.org/doi.org/10.1167/19.4.16 (Original work published 2019)
Vullings, C. (2018). Saccadic latencies depend on functional relations with the environment. (Advisor: L. Madelain)Psychology. University of Lille. (Original work published 2018)
Vullings, C., & Verghese, P.. (2019). Mapping the binocular scotoma in macular degeneration. Bay Area Vision Research Day. (Original work published 2019)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2016). Reinforcement contingencies affect the allocation of saccades in time. Forum annuel du Groupement De Recherche Vision. Toulouse, France. (Original work published 2016)

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