Brad Motter

SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, Syracuse, NY 
visual system,attention
"Brad Motter"
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Motter BC. (2018) Saccadic momentum and attentive control in V4 neurons during visual search. Journal of Vision. 18: 16
Motter BC. (2018) Stimulus conflation and tuning selectivity in V4 neurons: a model of visual crowding. Journal of Vision. 18: 15
Motter B. (2012) Visual Crowding in Area V4 Neurons is a Stimulus Integration Effect Journal of Vision. 12: 335-335
Motter BC. (2009) Central V4 receptive fields are scaled by the V1 cortical magnification and correspond to a constant-sized sampling of the V1 surface. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 29: 5749-57
Motter BC, Simoni DA. (2008) Changes in the functional visual field during search with and without eye movements. Vision Research. 48: 2382-93
Motter BC, Simoni DA. (2007) The roles of cortical image separation and size in active visual search performance. Journal of Vision. 7: 6.1-15
Motter BC, Holsapple J. (2007) Saccades and covert shifts of attention during active visual search: spatial distributions, memory, and items per fixation. Vision Research. 47: 1261-81
Motter BC. (2006) Modulation of transient and sustained response components of V4 neurons by temporal crowding in flashed stimulus sequences. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 9683-94
Motter BC. (2005) Sensitivity of V4 neurons to sequences of letter-like stimuli Journal of Vision. 5: 909-909
Motter BC. (2002) Crowding and object integration within the receptive field of V4 neurons Journal of Vision. 2: 274a
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