Gordon C. Baylis

University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
visual attention, perceptual organization
"Gordon Baylis"
Mean distance: 13.52 (cluster 29)
BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Jelsone-Swain LM, Smith DV, Baylis GC. (2012) The effect of stimulus duration and motor response in hemispatial neglect during a visual search task. Plos One. 7: e37369
Johnson KA, Baylis GC, Powell DA, et al. (2010) Conditioning of transcranial magnetic stimulation: evidence of sensory-induced responding and prepulse inhibition. Brain Stimulation. 3: 78-86
Moser D, Fridriksson J, Bonilha L, et al. (2009) Neural recruitment for the production of native and novel speech sounds. Neuroimage. 46: 549-57
Rorden C, Jelsone L, Simon-Dack S, et al. (2009) Visual extinction: the effect of temporal and spatial bias. Neuropsychologia. 47: 321-9
Rorden C, Guerrini C, Swainson R, et al. (2008) Event related potentials reveal that increasing perceptual load leads to increased responses for target stimuli and decreased responses for irrelevant stimuli. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2: 4
Rodriguez PD, Baylis GC. (2007) Activation of brain attention systems in individuals with symptoms of ADHD. Behavioural Neurology. 18: 115-30
Fridriksson J, Morrow KL, Moser D, et al. (2006) Age-related variability in cortical activity during language processing. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 49: 690-7
Baylis GC, Baylis LL, Gore CL. (2004) Visual neglect can be object-based or scene-based depending on task representation. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 40: 237-46
Shisler RJ, Gore CL, Baylis GC. (2004) Auditory extinction: the effect of stimulus similarity and task requirements. Neuropsychologia. 42: 836-46
Baylis GC, Simon-Dack SL, Greene K, et al. (2004) The effect of ipsilesional cues on line-bisection errors: the importance of predictive value. Neuropsychologia. 42: 175-82
See more...