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Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Control of saccadic latencies in a concurrent interval reinforcement schedule. Association for Behavior Analysis International. Paris, France: Paris, France.
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Contextual control of saccadic reaction times using a latency-contingent paradigm. European Conference on Visual Perception. Berlin, Germany: Berlin, Germany.
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: Grenoble, France.
Vullings, C., Harwood, M. R., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Reinforcement can reduce the size- latency phenomenon. Forum annuel du Groupement De Recherche Vision. Lille, France: Lille, France.
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: Denver, USA.
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Walker, L., & Malik, J.. (2004). When is scene identification just texture recognition?. Vision Research, 44, 2301–2311.
Walker, L., & Harms, R.. (2011). Saccadic targeting depends on both the pre-cue and task. In PERCEPTION. PION LTD 207 BRONDESBURY PARK, LONDON NW2 5JN, ENGLAND.
Walker, L., Coughlan, J., Verghese, P., & Malik, J.. (2005). An information maximization model of eye movements. Advances In Neural Information Processing Systems, 17, 1121-8.
Watamaniuk, S. N. J., Bal, J., & Heinen, S. J.. (2017). A Subconscious Interaction between Fixation and Anticipatory Pursuit. Journal Of Neuroscience, 37(47), 11424-11430. http://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2186-17.2017

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