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Neuronal activity in monkey superior colliculus related to the initiation of saccadic eye movements
MC Dorris, M Paré, DP Munoz
The Journal of Neuroscience 17 (21), 8566-8579, 1997
6401997
A consensus guide to capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors in the stop-signal task.
F Verbruggen, et al.
Elife 8, e46323, 2019
4502019
Controlled movement processing: superior colliculus activity associated with countermanded saccades
M Paré, DP Hanes
Journal of Neuroscience 23 (16), 6480-6489, 2003
2922003
On your mark, get set: brainstem circuitry underlying saccadic initiation
DP Munoz, MC Dorris, M Paré, S Everling
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 78 (11), 934-944, 2000
2602000
Saccadic reaction time in the monkey: advanced preparation of oculomotor programs is primarily responsible for express saccade occurrence
M Paré, DP Munoz
Journal of Neurophysiology 76 (6), 3666-3681, 1996
2421996
Monkey posterior parietal cortex neurons antidromically activated from superior colliculus
M Paré, RH Wurtz
Journal of Neurophysiology 78 (6), 3493-3497, 1997
2371997
Progression in neuronal processing for saccadic eye movements from parietal cortex area lip to superior colliculus
M Paré, RH Wurtz
Journal of Neurophysiology, 2001
2172001
Comparison of the discharge characteristics of brain stem omnipause neurons and superior colliculus fixation neurons in monkey: implications for control of fixation and saccade …
S Everling, M Paré, MC Dorris, DP Munoz
Journal of neurophysiology 79 (2), 511-528, 1998
2161998
Comparison of cortico-cortical and cortico-collicular signals for the generation of saccadic eye movements
S Ferraina, M Paré, RH Wurtz
Journal of neurophysiology 87 (2), 845-858, 2002
2042002
Influence of history on saccade countermanding performance in humans and macaque monkeys
EE Emeric, JW Brown, L Boucher, RHS Carpenter, DP Hanes, R Harris, ...
Vision research 47 (1), 35-49, 2007
1812007
Temporal processing of saccade targets in parietal cortex area LIP during visual search
NWD Thomas, M Paré
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (1), 942-947, 2007
1782007
Spatial statistics of gaze fixations during dynamic face processing
JN Buchan, M Paré, KG Munhall
Social Neuroscience 2 (1), 1-13, 2007
1762007
Signal transformations from cerebral cortex to superior colliculus for the generation of saccades
RH Wurtz, MA Sommer, M Paré, S Ferraina
Vision research 41 (25-26), 3399-3412, 2001
1492001
Immediate neural plasticity shapes motor performance
MC Dorris, M Paré, DP Munoz
J Neurosci 20 (1), 1-5, 2000
1442000
Gaze shifts evoked by stimulation of the superior colliculus in the head-free cat conform to the motor map but also depend on stimulus strength and fixation activity
MPM Crommelinck, D Guitton
Exp Brain Res 101, 123-139, 1994
1411994
The fixation area of the cat superior colliculus: effects of electrical stimulation and direct connection with brainstem omnipause neurons
M Paré, D Guitton
Experimental Brain Research 101, 109-122, 1994
1361994
Proactive inhibitory control and attractor dynamics in countermanding action: a spiking neural circuit model
CC Lo, L Boucher, M Paré, JD Schall, XJ Wang
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (28), 9059-9071, 2009
1292009
Gaze behavior in audiovisual speech perception: The influence of ocular fixations on the McGurk effect
M Paré, RC Richler, M ten Hove, KG Munhall
Perception & psychophysics 65, 553-567, 2003
1222003
Neural basis of adaptive response time adjustment during saccade countermanding
P Pouget, GD Logan, TJ Palmeri, L Boucher, M Paré, JD Schall
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (35), 12604-12612, 2011
1152011
Disparity sensitivity of frontal eye field neurons
S Ferraina, M Paré, RH Wurtz
Journal of neurophysiology 83 (1), 625-629, 2000
942000
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