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Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2018). One can choose one’s own saccadic reaction times. Association for Behavior Analysis International. San Diego, USA: San Diego, USA.
Lowe, M., Teng, S., Mohsenzadeh, Y., Charest, I., Pantazis, D., & Oliva, A.. (2018). Temporal dynamics underlying sound discrimination in the human brain. In Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience.
Likova, L. T., & Tyler, C. W.. (2018). When light hurts: Comparative morphometry of human brainstem in traumatic photalgia. Nature Scientific Reports, 8(1):6256. 10.1038/s41598-018-24386-z
Likova, L. T. (2017). Addressing long-standing controversies in conceptual knowledge representation in the temporal pole: A cross-modal paradigm. Electronic Imaging: Human Vision And Electronic Imaging, Pp. 268-272(5).
Coughlan, J., & Miele, J.. (2017). AR4VI: AR as an Accessibility Tool for People with Visual Impairments. In AR for Good, part of ISMAR 2017. IEEE: Nantes, France.
Kim, Y. J., Tsai, J. J., Ojemann, J., & Verghese, P.. (2017). Attention to Multiple Objects Facilitates Their Integration in Prefrontal and Parietal Cortex. Journal Of Neuroscience, 37(19).
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.. (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). Discriminative control of saccadic reaction times using a latency-contingent visual search task. Society of Quantitative Analysis of Behavior. Denver, USA: Denver, USA.
Vullings, C., Harwood, M. R., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Effect of reinforcement on the size-latency phenomenon. Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, USA: St. Pete Beach, USA.