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Tse, P.; Sheinberg, D.; Logothetis, N.: The Distribution of Microsaccade Directions Need Not Reveal the Location of Attention: Reply to Rolfs, Engbert, and Kliegl. Psychological Science 15 (10), S. 708 - 710 (2004)
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Tse, P.; Sheinberg, D.; Logothetis, N.: Attentional enhancement opposite a peripheral flash revealed using change blindness. Psychological Science 14 (2), S. 91 - 99 (2003)
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Tse, P.; Sheinberg, D.; Logothetis, N.: Fixational eye movements are not affected by abrupt onsets that capture attention. Vision Research 42 (13), S. 1663 - 1669 (2002)
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Tse, P.; Logothetis, N.: The duration of 3-D form analysis in transformational apparent motion. Perception and Psychophysics 64 (2), S. 244 - 265 (2002)
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Tse, P.: A contour propagation approach to surface filling-in and volume formation. Psychological Review 109 (1), S. 91 - 115 (2002)
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Kristjansson, A.; Tse, P.: Curvature discontinuities are cues for rapid shape analysis. Perception and Psychophysics 63 (3), S. 390 - 403 (2001)
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Holcombe, A.; Intriligator, J.; Tse, P.: The spoke brightness illusion originates at an early motion processing stage. Perception and Psychophysics 62 (8), S. 1619 - 1624 (2000)
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Tse, P.: The sawtooth illusion. Perception 29 (7), S. 874 - 876 (2000)
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Albert, M.; Tse, P.: The Role of Surface Attraction in Perceiving Volumetric Shape. Perception 29 (4), S. 409 - 420 (2000)
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Holcombe, A.; Macknik , S.; Intriligator, J.; Seiffert, A.; Tse, P.: Wakes and spokes: New motion-induced brightness illusions. Perception 28 (10), S. 1231 - 1242 (1999)
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Tse, P.: Complete mergeability and amodal completion. Acta Psychologica 102 (2-3), S. 165 - 201 (1999)
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Tse, P.: Volume completion. Cognitive Psychology 39 (1), S. 37 - 68 (1999)
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Tse, P.; Albert, M.: Amodal Completion in the Absence of Image Tangent Discontinuities. Perception 27 (4), S. 455 - 464 (1998)

Meeting Abstract (3)

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Tse, P.: A contour propagation approach to surface filling-in and volume formation. In Perception, 30 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), S. 9. Twenty-fourth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2001), Kusadasi, Turkey, 26. August 2001 - 30. August 2001. Pion Ltd., London (2001)
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Tse, P.: How the window of attention changes shape over time. In Perception, 29 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), S. 100. 23rd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2000), Groningen, The Netherlands, 27. August 2000 - 31. August 2000. Pion Ltd., London (2000)
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Tse, P.: Transformational apparent motion in the volume domain. In Perception, 28 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), S. 60. 22nd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1999), Trieste, Italy, 22. August 1999 - 26. August 1999. Pion Ltd., London (1999)

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Tse, P.; Smith, M.; Augath, M.; Trinath, T.; Logothetis, N.; Movshon, J.: Using Glass Patterns and fMRI to identify areas that process global form in macaque visual cortex. Second Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2002), Sarasota, FL, USA (2002)
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Tse, P.; Sheinberg, D.; Logothetis, N.: Spatial attention elongates both toward and away from an exogenous flash. First Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2001), Sarasota, FL, USA (2001)
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Tse, P.; Smith, M.; Augath, M.; Trinath, T.; Logothetis, N.; Movshon, J.: Using glass patterns and fMRI to identify areas that process global form in macaque visual cortex. 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2001), San Diego, CA, USA (2001)
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Tse, P.; Augath, M.; Trinath, T.; Logothetis, N.: Tracking changes of stimulus coherence in macaque area it with fMRI. 30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2000), New Orleans, LA, USA (2000)
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