Nicholas Lindman Port

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Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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http://www.opt.indiana.edu/people/faculty/port.htm
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Wu Z, Begley CG, Port N, et al. (2015) The Effects of Increasing Ocular Surface Stimulation on Blinking and Tear Secretion. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 56: 4211-4220
Grogg JA, Port N, Graham T. (2014) Retinal tear presenting in a patient with ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 91: S55-60
Port NL, Trimberger J, Hitzeman S, et al. (2014) Micro and regular saccades across the lifespan during a visual search of "Where's Waldo" puzzles Vision Research
Tahayori B, Port NL, Koceja DM. (2012) The inflow of sensory information for the control of standing is graded and bidirectional. Experimental Brain Research. 218: 111-8
Jansen ME, Begley CG, Himebaugh NH, et al. (2010) Effect of contact lens wear and a near task on tear film break-up. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 87: 350-7
Port NL, Wurtz RH. (2009) Target selection and saccade generation in monkey superior colliculus. Experimental Brain Research. 192: 465-77
Port NL, Wurtz RH. (2003) Sequential activity of simultaneously recorded neurons in the superior colliculus during curved saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90: 1887-903
Lee DN, Georgopoulos AP, Clark MJ, et al. (2001) Guiding contact by coupling the taus of gaps. Experimental Brain Research. 139: 151-9
Lee D, Port NL, Kruse W, et al. (2001) Neuronal clusters in the primate motor cortex during interception of moving targets. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 13: 319-31
Port NL, Kruse W, Lee D, et al. (2001) Motor cortical activity during interception of moving targets. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 13: 306-18
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