Michael W. von Grünau

Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, QC, Canada 
vision, attention
"Michael von Grünau"
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Cavallet M, Galer CA, von Grünau MW, et al. (2011) Distribution of visual attention within a cued area: Evidence based on temporal order judgments Psicologia: Reflexao E Critica. 24: 195-206
Galera C, Cavallet M, von Grünau M, et al. (2006) Attentive characteristics revealed by local and global multiple cues | Características atentivas reveladas por dicas múltiplas locais e globais Psicologia: Teoria E Pesquisa. 22: 327-334
Galera C, Von Grünau M, Panagopoulos A. (2005) Automatic focusing of attention on object size and shape Psicologica. 26: 147-160
Panagopoulos A, von Grünau M. (2002) Visual search with irrelevant background: Speeding or slowing search using endogenous cues Journal of Vision. 2: 529a
von Grünau M, Dubé S, Kwas M. (1996) Two contributions of motion induction: a preattentive effect and facilitation due to attentional capture. Vision Research. 36: 2447-57
von Grünau M, Anston C. (1995) The detection of gaze direction: a stare-in-the-crowd effect Perception. 24: 1297-1313
Von Grünau M, Dubé S. (1994) Visual search asymmetry for viewing direction Perception & Psychophysics. 56: 211-220
Rauschecker JP, von Grünau MW, Poulin C. (1987) Thalamo-cortical connections and their correlation with receptive field properties in the cat's lateral suprasylvian visual cortex. Experimental Brain Research. 67: 100-12
Rauschecker JP, von Grünau MW, Poulin C. (1987) Centrifugal organization of direction preferences in the cat's lateral suprasylvian visual cortex and its relation to flow field processing. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 7: 943-58
von Grünau MW, Rauschecker JP. (1983) Natural strabismus in non-Siamese cats: lack of binocularity in the striate cortex. Experimental Brain Research. 52: 307-10
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