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2005 The Reentry Hypothesis: The Putative Interaction of the Frontal Eye Field, Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex, and Areas V4, IT for Attention and Eye Movement. 114 14 7 9 6 2 152
2004 A dynamic model of how feature cues guide spatial attention. 74 5 3 3 4 89
2001 Life-long learning Cell Structures - continuously learning without catastrophic interference. 62 6 2 5 4 2 81
2008 The peri-saccadic perception of objects and space. 42 11 4 6 12 2 77
2005 The emergence of attention by population-based inference and its role in distributed processing and cognitive control of vision. 39 3 4 3 1 50
1998 Comparing Neural Networks: A Benchmark on Growing Neural Gas, Growing Cell Structures, and Fuzzy ARTMAP. 38 3 3 1 45
2006 V4 receptive field dynamics as predicted by a systems-level model of visual attention using feedback from the frontal eye field. 27 3 2 4 4 2 42
2013 Computational models of basal-ganglia pathway functions: Focus on functional neuroanatomy 3 6 11 10 9 39
2003 The reentry hypothesis: linking eye movements to visual perception. 34 2 1 2 39
2006 Modeling feature-based attention as an active top-down inference process. 28 3 2 2 1 36
2011 Computational models of spatial updating in peri-saccadic perception 14 6 6 5 3 34
2012 Working memory and response selection: A computational account of interactions among cortico-basal ganglio-thalamic loops. 9 5 9 3 3 1 30
2009 Attentional selection of noncontiguous locations: The spotlight is only transiently split. 16 6 3 1 2 1 29
2010 The spatial distribution of receptive field changes in a model of peri-saccadic perception: predictive remapping and shifts towards the saccade target. 14 4 2 2 3 25
2008 Influence of adaptation state and stimulus luminance on peri-saccadic localization. 16 2 2 2 3 25
2011 Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of conscious and unconscious visual perception: From a plethora of phenomena to general principles 6 4 5 4 2 3 24
2014 Dysfunctional and Compensatory Synaptic Plasticity in Parkinson's Disease. 1 2 10 7 3 23
2014 A Hierarchical System for a Distributed Representation of the Peripersonal Space of a Humanoid Robot 1 5 5 6 3 20
2013 The Unstable Bridge from Stimulus Processing to Correct Responding in Parkinson's Disease 4 6 5 4 1 20
2011 Split of spatial attention as predicted by a systems-level model of visual attention 6 8 4 1 1 20

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