Andrew T Smith
Andrew T Smith
Professor of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
Verified email at rhul.ac.uk
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The processing of first-and second-order motion in human visual cortex assessed by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)
AT Smith, MW Greenlee, KD Singh, FM Kraemer, J Hennig
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (10), 3816-3830, 1998
4241998
Estimating receptive field size from fMRI data in human striate and extrastriate visual cortex
AT Smith, KD Singh, AL Williams, MW Greenlee
Cerebral Cortex 11 (12), 1182, 2001
3692001
Attentional suppression of activity in the human visual cortex
AT Smith, KD Singh, MW Greenlee
Neuroreport 11 (02), 271, 2000
2502000
Time perception: manipulation of task difficulty dissociates clock functions from other cognitive demands
AC Livesey, MB Wall, AT Smith
Neuropsychologia 45 (2), 321-331, 2007
2362007
Evidence for separate motion-detecting mechanisms for first-and second-order motion in human vision
T Ledgeway, AT Smith
Vision Research 34 (20), 2727-2740, 1994
2311994
Sensitivity to optic flow in human cortical areas MT and MST
AT Smith, MB Wall, AL Williams, KD Singh
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (2), 561-569, 2006
2272006
fMRI repetition suppression: neuronal adaptation or stimulus expectation?
J Larsson, AT Smith
Cerebral Cortex 22 (3), 567-576, 2012
2072012
Spatiotemporal frequency and direction sensitivities of human visual areas measured using fMRI
KD Singh, AT Smith, MW Greenlee
Neuroimage 12 (5), 550-564, 2000
2042000
Negative BOLD in the visual cortex: evidence against blood stealing
AT Smith, AL Williams, KD Singh
Human Brain Mapping 21 (4), 213-220, 2004
1982004
The representation of egomotion in the human brain
MB Wall, AT Smith
Current biology 18 (3), 191-194, 2008
1922008
Sensitivity of human visual and vestibular cortical regions to egomotion-compatible visual stimulation
V Cardin, AT Smith
Cerebral cortex 20 (8), 1964-1973, 2010
1642010
Separate detection of moving luminance and contrast modulations: fact or artifact?
AT Smith, T Ledgeway
Vision Research 37 (1), 45-62, 1997
1491997
Antagonistic comparison of temporal frequency filter outputs as a basis for speed perception
AT Smith, GK Edgar
Vision Research 34 (2), 253-265, 1994
1171994
Differential cortical activity for precision and whole‐hand visually guided grasping in humans
C Begliomini, MB Wall, AT Smith, U Castiello
European Journal of Neuroscience 25 (4), 1245-1252, 2007
1152007
Visual Detection of Motion
AT Smith, RJ Snowden
Academic Press, 1994
1091994
Vestibular inputs to human motion-sensitive visual cortex
AT Smith, MB Wall, KV Thilo
Cerebral cortex 22 (5), 1068-1077, 2012
1072012
FMRI adaptation reveals separate mechanisms for first-order and second-order motion
H Ashida, A Lingnau, MB Wall, AT Smith
Journal of Neurophysiology 97 (2), 1319, 2007
992007
Detection and discrimination of first-and second-order motion in patients with unilateral brain damage
MW Greenlee, AT Smith
Journal of Neuroscience 17 (2), 804-818, 1997
971997
When gaze turns into grasp
AC Pierno, C Becchio, MB Wall, AT Smith, L Turella, U Castiello
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (12), 2130-2137, 2006
952006
Is global motion really based on spatial integration of local motion signals?
AT Smith, RJ Snowden, AB Milne
Vision research 34 (18), 2425-2430, 1994
951994
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