Linda Jane Lanyon

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Visual attention & eye movements
"Linda Lanyon"
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Davies-Thompson J, Scheel M, Jane Lanyon L, et al. (2013) Functional organisation of visual pathways in a patient with no optic chiasm. Neuropsychologia. 51: 1260-72
Lanyon LJ, Barton JJ. (2013) Visual search and line bisection in hemianopia: computational modelling of cortical compensatory mechanisms and comparison with hemineglect. Plos One. 8: e54919
Sharp ME, Viswanathan J, Lanyon LJ, et al. (2012) Sensitivity and bias in decision-making under risk: evaluating the perception of reward, its probability and value. Plos One. 7: e33460
Grewal P, Viswanathan J, Barton JJ, et al. (2012) Line bisection under an attentional gradient induced by simulated neglect in healthy subjects. Neuropsychologia. 50: 1190-201
Ross M, Lanyon LJ, Viswanathan J, et al. (2011) Human prosaccades and antisaccades under risk: effects of penalties and rewards on visual selection and the value of actions. Neuroscience. 196: 168-77
Scheel M, Abegg M, Lanyon LJ, et al. (2011) White and gray matter alterations in adults with Niemann-Pick disease type C: a cross-sectional study. Neurology. 76: 201; author reply 20
Lanyon LJ, Denham SL. (2010) Modelling visual neglect: computational insights into conscious perception. Plos One. 5: e11128
Scheel M, Abegg M, Lanyon LJ, et al. (2010) Eye movement and diffusion tensor imaging analysis of treatment effects in a Niemann-Pick Type C patient. Molecular Genetics and Metabolism. 99: 291-5
Lanyon LJ, Giaschi D, Young SA, et al. (2009) Combined functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging analysis of visual motion pathways. Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology : the Official Journal of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society. 29: 96-103
Lanyon LJ, Denham SL. (2009) Modelling attention in individual cells leads to a system with realistic saccade behaviours. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 3: 223-42
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