Terrence R. Stanford

Affiliations: 
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
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http://www1.wfubmc.edu/Nba/Faculty/stanford.htm
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Salinas E, Stanford TR. (2021) Under time pressure, the exogenous modulation of saccade plans is ubiquitous, intricate, and lawful. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 70: 154-162
Stanford TR, Salinas E. (2021) Urgent Decision Making: Resolving Visuomotor Interactions at High Temporal Resolution. Annual Review of Vision Science
Jiang H, Stanford TR, Rowland BA, et al. (2021) Association Cortex Is Essential to Reverse Hemianopia by Multisensory Training. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Stein BE, Stanford TR, Rowland BA. (2019) Multisensory Integration and the Society for Neuroscience: Then and Now. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Salinas E, Steinberg BR, Sussman LA, et al. (2019) Voluntary and involuntary contributions to perceptually guided saccadic choices resolved with millisecond precision. Elife. 8
Salinas E, Steinberg BR, Sussman LA, et al. (2019) Author response: Voluntary and involuntary contributions to perceptually guided saccadic choices resolved with millisecond precision Elife
Scerra VE, Costello MG, Salinas E, et al. (2019) All-or-none context dependence delineates limits of FEF visual target selection Current Biology. 29: 1-12
Salinas E, Seideman JA, Stanford TR. (2018) When the simplest voluntary decisions appear patently suboptimal. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e240
Scerra VE, Costello MG, Salinas E, et al. (2018) All-or-None Context Dependence Delineates Limits of FEF Visual Target Selection. Current Biology : Cb
Salinas E, Stanford TR. (2018) Saccadic inhibition interrupts ongoing oculomotor activity to enable the rapid deployment of alternate movement plans. Scientific Reports. 8: 14163
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