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  • 51. Hafed, Z., and Krauzlis, R.J., Similarity of superior colliculus involvement in microsaccade and saccade generation, J. Neurophysiol., in press.
  • 50. Hafed, Z., Lovejoy, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Modulation of microsaccades in monkey during a covert visual attention task, J. Neuroscience, 31: 15219-15230, 2011.
  • 49. Mahaffy, S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation and stimulation of the frontal pursuit area change pursuit metrics without affecting pursuit target selection, J. Neurophysiol., 106: 347-360, 2011.
  • 48. Nummela, S.U., and Krauzlis, R.J., Superior colliculus inactivation alters the weighted integration of visual stimuli, J. Neuroscience, 31: 8059-8066, 2011.
  • 47. Mahaffy, S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Neural activity in the frontal pursuit area does not underlie pursuit target selection, Vision Res., 51: 853-866, 2011.
  • 46. Nummela, S.U., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation of primate superior colliculus biases target choice for smooth pursuit, saccades, and button press responses, J. Neurophysiol., 99: 1743-1757, 2010.
  • 45. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Microsaccadic suppression of visual bursts in the primate superior colliculus, J. Neuroscience, 30: 9542-9547, 2010.
  • 44. Lovejoy, L.P., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation of the primate superior colliculus impairs covert selection of signals for perceptual judgments, Nature Neuroscience, 13: 261-266, 2010.
  • 43. Lovejoy, L.P., Fowler, G.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Spatial allocation of attention during smooth pursuit eye movements, Vision Res., 49: 1275-1285, 2009.
  • 42. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., A neural mechanism for microsaccade generation in the primate superior colliculus, Science, 323: 940-943, 2009.
  • 41. Perrone, J.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Vector subtraction using visual and extraretinal motion signals: A new look at efference copy and corollary discharge theories, J. Vision, 8:24, 1-14, 2008.
  • 40. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Goal representations dominate superior colliculus activity during extrafoveal tracking, J. Neuroscience, 28: 9426-9439, 2008.
  • 39. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Superior colliculus inactivation causes stable offsets in eye position during tracking, J. Neuroscience, 28: 8124-8137, 2008.
  • 38. Perrone, J.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Spatial integration by MT pattern Neurons: A closer look at pattern-to-component effects and the role of speed tuning, Journal of Vision, 8:1, 1-14, 2008.
  • 37. Nummela, S.U., Lovejoy, L.P., and Krauzlis, R.J., Saccade selection when reward probability is dynamically manipulated using Markov chains, Exp. Brain Res., 187: 321-330, 2008.
  • 36. Harwood, M.R., Madelain, L., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wallman, J., The spatial scale of attention strongly modulates saccade latencies, J. Neurophysiol., 99: 1743-1757, 2008.
  • 35. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Ongoing eye movements constrain visual perception, Nature Neuroscience, 9: 1449-1457, 2006.
  • 34. Madelain, L., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wallman, J., Spatial deployment of attention influences both saccadic and pursuit tracking, Vision Res., 45: 2685-2703, 2005.
  • 33. Liston, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared decision signal explains performance and timing of pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Vision, 5: 678-689, 2005.
  • 32. Carello, C.D. and Krauzlis, R.J., Manipulating intent: evidence for a causal role of the superior colliculus in target selection, Neuron, 43: 575-583, 2004.
  • 31. Krauzlis, R.J., Activity of rostral superior colliculus Neurons during passive and active viewing of motion, J. Neurophysiol., 92: 949-958, 2004.
  • 30. Liston, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared response preparation for pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Neuroscience, 23: 11305-11314, 2003.
  • 29. Stone, L.S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared motion signals for human perceptual decisions and oculomotor actions, J. Vision, 3: 725-736, 2003.
  • 28. Madelain, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Pursuit of the ineffable: perceptual and motor reversals during the tracking of apparent motion, J. Vision, 3: 642-653, 2003.
  • 27. Madelain, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Effects of learning on smooth pursuit during transient disappearance of a visual target, J. Neurophysiol., 90: 972-982, 2003.
  • 26. Krauzlis, R.J., Neuronal activity in the rostral superior colliculus related to the initiation of pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Neuroscience, 23: 4333-4344, 2003.
  • 25. Kornylo, K., Dill, N., Saenz, M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Canceling of pursuit and saccadic eye movements in humans and monkeys, J. Neurophysiol., 89: 2984-2999, 2003.
  • 24. Adler, S.A., Bala, J., and Krauzlis, R.J. Primacy of spatial information in guiding target selection for pursuit and saccades. J. Vision, 2: 627-644, 2002.
  • 23. Krauzlis, R.J., and Dill, N., Neural correlates of target choice for pursuit and saccades in the primate superior colliculus, Neuron, 35: 355-363, 2002.
  • 22. Krauzlis, R.J., Dill, N., and Kornylo, K., Activity in the primate rostral superior colliculus during the “gap effect” for pursuit and saccades, Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 956: 409-413, 2002.
  • 21. Krauzlis, R.J., Extraretinal inputs to Neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 86: 2629-2633, 2001.
  • 20. Krauzlis, R.J. and Adler, S.A., Effects of directional expectations on motion perception and pursuit eye movements. Visual Neuroscience, 18: 365-376, 2001.
  • 19. Krauzlis, R.J., Population coding of movement dynamics by cerebellar Purkinje cells. NeuroReport, 11: 1045-1050, 2000.
  • 18. Basso, M.A., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wurtz, R.H., Activation and inactivation of rostral superior colliculus Neurons during smooth-pursuit eye movements in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 84: 892-908, 2000.
  • 17. Krauzlis, R.J., Basso, M.A., and Wurtz, R.H., Discharge properties of Neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 84: 876-891, 2000.
  • 16. Krauzlis, R.J., Zivotofsky, A.Z., and Miles, F.A., Target selection for pursuit and saccadic eye movements in humans. J. Cog. Neurosci., 11: 641-649, 1999.
  • 15. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Role of the oculomotor vermis in generating pursuit and saccades: Effects of microstimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 80: 2046-2062, 1998.
  • 14. Krauzlis, R.J., Basso, M.A., and Wurtz, R.H., Shared motor error for multiple eye movements. Science, 276: 1693-1695, 1997.
  • 13. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Initiation of saccades during fixation or pursuit: Evidence in humans for a single mechanism. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 4175-4179, 1996.
  • 12. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Release of fixation for pursuit and saccades in humans: Evidence for shared inputs acting on different neural substrates. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 2822-2833, 1996.
  • 11. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Transitions between pursuit eye movements and fixation in the monkey: dependence on context. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 1622-1638, 1996.
  • 10. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Decreases in the latency of smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements produced by the “gap paradigm” in the monkey. Vision Res., 36: 1973-1985, 1996.
  • 9. Busettini, C., Miles, F.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Short latency disparity vergence responses and their dependence on a prior saccadic eye movement. J. Neurophysiol., 75: 1392-1410, 1996.
  • 8. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Directional organization of eye movement and visual signals in the floccular lobe of the monkey cerebellum. Exp. Brain Res., 109: 289-302, 1996.
  • 7. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A model of visually-guided smooth pursuit eye movements based on behavioral observations. J. Comp. Neurosci. 1: 265-283, 1994.
  • 6. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Simple spike responses of gaze velocity Purkinje cells in the floccular lobe of the monkey during the onset and offset of pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 72: 2045-2050, 1994.
  • 5. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Temporal properties of visual motion signals for the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 72:150-162, 1994.
  • 4. Goldreich, D., Krauzlis, R.J., and Lisberger, S.G., Effect of changing feedback delay on spontaneous oscillations in smooth pursuit eye movements of monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 625-638, 1992.
  • 3. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Visual motion commands for pursuit eye movements in the cerebellum. Science 253: 568-571, 1991.
  • 2. Movshon, J.A., Lisberger, S.G., and Krauzlis, R.J., Visual cortical signals supporting smooth pursuit eye movements. CSH Symp. Quant. Biol. 55: 707-716, 1990.
  • 1. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A control systems model of smooth pursuit eye movements with realistic emergent properties. Neural Computation 1:116-122, 1989.

Reviews, Book Chapters, and Commentaries

  • 27. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, 4th Edition, L.R. Squire, ed., Elsevier, in press.
  • 26. Gegenfurtner, K., Bremmer, F., Fiehler, K., Henriques, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Recent advances in perception and action, Vision Research, 51: 801-803, 2011.
  • 25. Krauzlis, R.J., and Nummela, S.U., Attention points to the future. Nature Neuroscience, 14: 130-131, 2011.
  • 24. Gegenfurtner, K., Bremmer, F., Fiehler, K., Henriques, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Vision Research special issue on “Perception and action”, Vision Research, 50: 2617, 2010.
  • 23. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements: Physiological. In: Encyclopedia of Perception, E. Bruce Goldstein, ed., SAGE Publications, Inc., 2010.
  • 22. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Interactions between perception and smooth pursuit eye movements. In: Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral and Computational Approaches, R. Born, D. Dong, M. Ibbotson, G. Masson and U. Ilg, eds., Springer Verlag, 2010.
  • 21. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Comment on “Tracking an Invisible Target Reveals Spatial Tuning of Neurons in the Rostral Superior Colliculus Is Not Dependent on Visual Stimuli”. J. Neuroscience, 29: 589-590, 2009.
  • 20. Krauzlis, R.J., and Chukoskie, L., Oculomotor control: Target selection for pursuit and saccades. In: The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, L.R. Squire, Editor-in-Chief, Academic Press, Oxford, 2009.
  • 19. Martinez-Conde, S., Krauzlis, R.J., Miller, J., Morrone, C., Williams, D., & Kowler, E., Eye movements and the perception of a clear and stable visual world. J. Vision, 8(14): i, 1, 2008.
  • 18. Krauzlis, R.J., and Lovejoy, L.P., Walk this way. Neuron, 60: 7-8, 2008.
  • 17. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, 3rd Edition, L.R. Squire, ed., Elsevier, pp. 775-792, 2008.
  • 16. Krauzlis, R.J., and Hafed, Z.M., Finding our way around the sensory-motor corner. Neuron, 54: 852-854, 2007.
  • 15. Krauzlis, R.J., Target selection, attention, and the superior colliculus. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30: 98-99, 2007.
  • 14. Krauzlis, R.J. The control of voluntary eye movements: New perspectives. The Neuroscientist, 11: 124-137, 2005.
  • 13. Krauzlis, R.J., Target selection and the superior colliculus: goals, choices and hypotheses, Vision Res, 44: 1445-1451, 2004.
  • 12. Krauzlis, R.J., Recasting the smooth pursuit eye movement system, J. Neurophysiol., 91: 591-603, 2004.
  • 11. Krauzlis, R.J., and Stone, L.S., Eye movement: tracking. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3rd Edition, G. Adelman and B. Smith, ed., Elsevier, 2003.
  • 10. Krauzlis, R.J., and Carello, C.D., Going for the goal, Nature Neuroscience, 6: 332-333, 2003.
  • 9. Krauzlis, R.J. and Stone, L.S., Pursuit eye movements. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Second Edition, M.A. Arbib, ed., MIT Press, pp. 929-934, 2002.
  • 8. Krauzlis, R.J., Reaching for answers, Neuron, 34: 673-674, 2002.
  • 7. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye movement: tracking. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd Edition, G. Adelman and B. Smith, ed., Elsevier, http://www.elsevier.com/locate/encneu, 1999.
  • 6. Krauzlis, R.J. and Stone, L.S. Tracking with the mind’s eye. Trends in Neurosciences, 22: 544-550, 1999.
  • 5. Krauzlis, R.J., Pursuit eye movements. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, M.A. Arbib, ed., MIT Press, pp. 775-779, 1995.
  • 4. Busettini, C., Krauzlis, R.J., and Miles, F.A. Short-latency vergence responses. In: Contemporary Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A. Robinson, U. Buttner, T. Brandt, A. Fuchs, D. Zee, ed., Verlag, pp. 312-319, 1994.
  • 3. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A model of eye velocity memory for pursuit. In: Contemporary Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A. Robinson, U. Buttner, T. Brandt, A. Fuchs, D. Zee, ed., Verlag, pp. 418-420, 1994.
  • 2. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Similar changes in the latency of pursuit and saccadic eye movements observed with the “gap paradigm”. In: Information Processing Underlying Gaze Control, J.M. Delgado-Garcia, ed., Oxford and New York, Pergamon Press, pp. 269-277, 1994.
  • 1. Krauzlis, R.J., The visual drive for smooth eye movements. In: Visual detection of motion, A.T. Smith and R.J. Snowden, ed., London, Academic Press, pp. 437-473, 1994.

Last Update: October 2011