2017- 
  • Poletti M, Rucci M & Carrasco M  (2017). Selective attention within the foveola. Nature Neuroscience. doi:10.1038/nn.4622 [pdf]
  • Barbot A, Liu S, Kimchi R & Carrasco M (2017). Attention enhances apparent perceptual organization. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. doi: 10.3758/s13423-017-1365-x[pdf]
  • Li HH, Rankin J, Rinzel J, Carrasco M & Heeger DJ (2017). Attention model of binocular rivalry.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114 (30), E6192-E6201 [pdf]
  • Yashar A, White A L, Fang W & Carrasco M (2017). Feature singletons attract spatial attention independently of feature priming. Journal of Vision, 17(9):7, 1–18, doi:10.1167/17.9.7. [pdf]
  • Dugué L,  Merriam EP, Heeger DJ  &  Carrasco M (2017). Specific visual sub-regions of TPJ mediate reorienting of spatial attention. Cerebral Cortex, 1-16. [pdf]
      • Barbot A, & Carrasco M. (2017). Attention modifies spatial resolution according to task demands. Psychological Science28(3), 285-296. [pdf] [supplementary material]
      • Dugué L, Xue AM, & Carrasco M (2017). Distinct perceptual rhythms for feature and conjunction searches. Journal of Vision17(3), 22, 1-15. [pdf]
      • Dankner Y, Shalev L, Carrasco M & Yuval-Greenberg S (2017). Pre-stimulus inhibition of saccades in adults with and without ADHD as an index for temporal expectations. Psychological Science, 1-16. [pdf] [AAAS news]

      • Denison RN, Heeger DJ, & Carrasco M. (2017). Attention flexibly trades off across points in time. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-10. [pdf] [supplementary material]


      2015 - 2016
      • Li HH , Barbot  A & Carrasco M (2016). Saccade preparation reshapes sensory tuning. Current Biology26(12), 1564-1570. [pdf]

      • Roberts M, Cymerman R, Smith RT, Kiorpes L & Carrasco M (2016). Covert spatial attention is functionally intact in amblyopic human adults. Journal of Vision, 16(15), 1-19. doi: 10.1167/16.15.30 [pdf]

      • Yashar A & Carrasco M (2016). Rapid and long-lasting learning of feature binding. Cognition,154, 130-138. [pdf]
      • Dugué L, Roberts M & Carrasco M (2016). Attention reorients periodically. Current Biology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.04.046. [pdf]
      • Yashar A, Chen J & Carrasco M (2015). Rapid and long-lasting reduction of crowding through training, Journal of Vision, 15(15):7, 1-21. doi:10.1167/15.10.15. [pdf]
      • White, A., Rolfs, M. & Carrasco, M. (2015). Stimulus competition mediates the joint effects of spatial and feature-based attention, Journal of Vision, 15(14):7, 1-21. doi:10.1167/15.14.7. [pdf]
      • Li HH, Carrasco M & Heeger DJ (2015). Deconstructing Interocular Suppression: Attention and Divisive Normalization, PLOS Computational Biology, 11(10):e1004510.. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004510.[pdf] 
      • Donovan I, Szpiro S & Carrasco M (2015). Exogenous attention facilitates location transfer of perceptual learning, Journal of Vision,15(10):11, 1-16. doi: 10.1167/15.10.11.[pdf] 
      • Szpiro S & Carrasco M (2015). Exogenous attention enables perceptual learning, Psychological Science,doi:10.1177/0956797615609438.[pdf] 
      • Cavanaugh MR#, Zhang R#, Melnick MD, Das A, Roberts M, Tadin D, Carrasco M* & Huxlin KR* (2015). Visual recovery in cortical blindness is limited by high internal noise, Journal of Vision,15(10):9. doi: 10.1167/15.10.9. [pdf] # joint first authorship * joint senior authorship 
      • Carrasco M & Barbot A (2015). How attention affects spatial resolution Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/sqb.2014.79.024687[pdf] 
      • Spering M & Carrasco M (2015). Acting without seeing: Eye movements reveal visual processing without awareness, Trends in Neurosciences, 38(4):247-258. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tins.2015.02.002.[pdf] 
      • Szinte M, Carrasco M, Cavanagh P & Rolfs M (2015). Attentional tradeoffs maintain the tracking of moving objects across saccades, Journal of Neurophysiology, 113(7):2220-31.[pdf]

      2013 - 2014
      • Cutrone EK, Heeger DJ & Carrasco M(2014). Attention enhances contrast appearance via increased input baseline of neural responses, Journal of Vision, 14(14):16. doi: 10.1167/14.14.16.[pdf]
      • Grubb M, White A, Heeger D & Carrasco M (2014). Interactions between voluntary and involuntary attention modulate the quality and temporal dynamics of visual processing. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, doi: 10.3758/s13423-014-0698-y.[pdf]
      • Szpiro S, Wright B & Carrasco M (2014). Learning one task by interleaving practice with another task. Vision Research101, 118-124.[pdf]
      • Szpiro S, Spering M & Carrasco M (2014). Perceptual learning modifies untrained pursuit eye movements. Journal of Vision,14(8):8, 1-13.[pdf]
      • Kim S, Al-Haj M, Fuller S, Chen S, Jain U, Carrasco M & Tannock R (2014). Color vision in ADHD: Part 2-Does Attention influence Color Perception?. Behavioral and Brain Functions10(1), 1. [pdf]
      • Kim S, Al-Haj M, Chen S, Fuller S, Jain U, Carrasco M & Tannock R (2014). Colour vision in ADHD: Part 1-Testing the retinal dopaminergic hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Functions10(1), 1. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2014). Spatial Attention: Perceptual modulation. The Oxford Handbook of Attention. Kastner, S. & Nobre, A.C. (Eds.), Oxford University Press, 183-230.[pdf]
      • Grubb M, Behrmann M, Egan, R., Minshew, N., Heeger, D., & Carrasco, M. (2013). Exogenous spatial attention: evidence for intact functioning in adults with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Vision13(14):9, 1-13. [pdf]
      • White, A., Lunau, R. & Carrasco, M. (2013). The attentional effects of single cues and color singletons on visual sensitivity.Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/a0033775 [pdf]
      • Pomplun, M., Garaas, T. & Carrasco, M. (2013). The effects of task difficulty on visual search strategy in virtual 3D displays. Journal of Vision13(3), 1-22.[pdf]
      • Rolfs, M., Lawrence, B.M. & Carrasco, M. (2013). Reach preparation enhances visual performance and appearance. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 368, 1-8. [pdf]
      • Carrasco, M., Eckstein, M., Krauzlis, R. & Verghese, P. (2013). Editorial: Attentional modulation: Target selection, active search and cognitive processing. Vision Research85, 1-4. [pdf]
      • White, A., Rolfs, M. & Carrasco, M. (2013). Adaptive deployment of spatial and feature-based attention before saccades. Vision Research,85, 26-35. [pdf]
      • Grubb, M., Behrmann, M., Egan, R., Minshew, N.J., Carrasco, M. & Heeger, D.J. (2013). Endogenous spatial attention: evidence for intact functioning in adults with autism. Autism Research, (6):108-118. [pdf]
      • Ferneyhough E, Kim MK, Phelps EA & Carrasco M (2013). Anxiety modulates the effects of emotion and attention on early vision. Cognition and Emotion27(1):166-176. [pdf]
      • Anton-Erxleben K & Carrasco M (2013). Attentional enhancement of spatial resolution: Linking behavioral and neurophysiological evidence. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 14, 188-200. [pdf]

      2011 - 2012
      • Anton-Erxleben K, Herrmann K & Carrasco M (2012). Independent effects of adaptation and attention on perceived speed.Psychological Science, DOI:10.1177/0956797612449178. [pdf]
      • Rolfs M & Carrasco M (2012). Rapid simultaneous enhancement of visual sensitivity and perceived contrast during saccade preparation. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(40), 13744-13752. [pdf]
      • Perini F, Cataneo L, Carrasco M & Schwarzbach JV (2012). Occipital TMS has an activity-dependent suppressive effect. Journal of Neuroscience32(36), 12361-5. [pdf]
      • Barbot A, Landy MS & Carrasco M (2012). Differential effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on 2nd-order texture contrast sensitivity. Journal of Vision12(8):6, 1-15 [pdf]
      • Raio C, Carmel D, Carrasco M & Phelps EA (2012). Nonconscious fear is quickly acquired but swiftly forgotten. Current Biology22(12), R477-R479. [pdf]
      • Herrmann K, Heeger DJ & Carrasco M (2012). Feature-based attention enhances performance by increasing response gain. Vision Research74(2012), 10-20. [pdf]
      • Spering M & Carrasco M (2012). Similar effects of feature-based attention on motion perception and pursuit eye movements at different levels of awareness. Journal of Neuroscience32(22):7594-7601. [pdf]
      • Abrams J, Nizam A & Carrasco M (2012). Isoeccentric locations are not equivalent: The extent of the vertical meridian asymmetry.Vision Research52(1), 70-8. [pdf]
      • Anton-Erxleben K, Abrams J & Carrasco M (2011). Equality judgments cannot distinguish between attention effects on appearance and criterion: A reply to Schneider (2011). Journal of Vision11(13):8, 1-8. [pdf]
      • Pestilli F, Carrasco M, Heeger DJ & Gardner JL (2011). Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in visual cortex. Neuron72, 832-846. [pdf]Preview in Neuron[pdf]
      • Corbett JE & Carrasco M (2011). Visual performance fields: Frames of reference. PLoS ONE, 6(9), 1-10. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2011). Visual Attention: The past 25 years. Vision Research, 51, 1484-1525. [pdf]
      • White AL & Carrasco M (2011). Feature-based attention involuntarily and simultaneously improves visual performance across locations. Journal of Vision11(6):15, 1-10. [pdf]
      • Barbot A, Landy MS & Carrasco M (2011). Exogenous attention enhances 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Vision Research51, 1086-1098. [pdf]
      • Spering M, Pomplun M & Carrasco M (2011). Tracking without perceiving: A dissociation between eye movements and motion perception. Psychological Science22(2), 216-225. [pdf]News from the field in Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics[pdf]

      2009 - 2010 
      • Herrmann K, Montaser-Kouhsari L, Carrasco M & Heeger DJ (2010). When size matters: attention affects performance by contrast or response gain. Nature Neuroscience13(12), 1554-1559. [pdf][cover][F1000 Review]
      • Anton-Erxleben K, Abrams J & Carrasco M (2010). Evaluating comparative and equality judgments in contrast perception: Attention alters appearance. Journal of Vision10(11):6, 1-22. [pdf]
      • Abrams J, Barbot A & Carrasco M (2010). Voluntary attention increases perceived spatial frequency. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72(6), 1510-1521. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2010). Attention: Covert. Encyclopedia of Perception. In E.B. Goldstein (Ed.) SAGE Publications. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2010) Attention: Effects on perception. Encyclopedia of Perception. In E.B. Goldstein (Ed.) SAGE Publications. [pdf]
      • Ferneyhough E, Stanley DA, Phelps EA & Carrasco M (2010). Cueing effects of faces are dependent on handedness and visual field.Psychonomic Bulletin & Review17(4), 529-535. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2009). Cross-modal attention enhances perceived contrast. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences106(52), 22039-22040. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M & Yeshurun Y (2009). Covert Attention Effects on Spatial Resolution. In: Narayanan Srinivasan, editors: Progress in Brain Research, vol. 176, Attention. Narayanan Srinivasan. The Netherlands: Elsevier, pp. 65-86. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Eckstein M, Verghese P, Boynton G & Treue S (2009). Visual attention: Neurophysiology, psychophysics and cognitive neuroscience. Vision Research49, 1033-1036. [pdf]
      • Fuller S, Park Y & Carrasco, M. (2009). Cue contrast modulates the effects of exogenous attention on appearance.Vision Research, doi:10.1016/j.visres.2009.04.019. [pdf]
      • Giordano AM, McElree B & Carrasco M (2009). On the automaticity and flexibility of covert attention: A speed-accuracy trade-off analysis. Journal of Vision9(3):30, 1-10. [pdf]
      • Montagna B, Pestilli F & Carrasco M (2009). Attention trades off spatial acuity. Vision Research49, 735-745. [pdf]
      • Montaser-Kouhsari L & Carrasco M (2009). Perceptual asymmetries are preserved in short-term memory tasks. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics71(8), 1782-1792. [pdf]
      • Fuller S & Carrasco M (2009). Perceptual consequences of visual performance fields: The case of the line motion illusion. Journal of Vision9(4):13, 1-17. [pdf]
      • Pestilli F, Ling S & Carrasco M (2009). A population-coding model of attention's influence on contrast response: estimating neural effects from psychophysical data. Vision Research49, 1144-1153. [pdf]
      • Liu T, Abrams J & Carrasco M (2009). Voluntary attention enhances contrast appearance. Psychological Science20(3), 354-362. [pdf]
      • Ling, S., Liu, T. & Carrasco, M. (2009) How spatial and feature-based attention affect the gain and tuning of population responses. Vision Research49, 1194-1204. [pdf] 
      • Carrasco, M. (2009).  Attention: Psychophysical approaches.  In The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. (Eds.) T. Bayne, A. Cleeremans and P. Wilken. Oxford University Press. [pdf]

      2007 - 2008
      • Carrasco M, Fuller S & Ling S (2008). Transient attention does increase perceived contrast of suprathreshold stimuli: A reply to Prinzmetal, Long and Leonhardt. Perception & Psychophysics70, 1151-1164. [pdf]
      • Yeshurun Y, Carrasco M & Maloney L (2008) Bias and Sensitivity in two-interval forced choice procedures: Tests of the difference model. Vision Research48, 1837-1851. [pdf][corrigendum]
      • Carmel D & Carrasco M (2008).  Perceptual Learning and Dynamic Changes in Primary Visual Cortex. Neuron57, 799-801. [pdf]
      • Fuller S, Rodriguez RZ & Carrasco M (2008).  Apparent contrast differs across the vertical meridian: visual and attentional factors. Journal of Vision8(1), 1-16. [pdf]
      • Yeshurun Y, Montagna B & Carrasco M (2008). On the flexibility of sustained attention and its effects on a texture segmentation task.Vision Research48(1), 78-93.[pdf]
      • Yeshurun Y & Carrasco M (2008) The effects of transient attention on spatial resolution and the size of the attentional cue. Perception & Psychophysics70(1), 104-113.[pdf]
      • Ling S & Carrasco M (2007). Transient covert attention does alter appearance: A reply to Schneider (2006). Perception & Psychophysics69, 1051-1058. [pdf] 
      • Pestilli F, Viera G, & Carrasco M. (2007) How do attention and adaptation affect contrast sensitivity? Journal of Vision, 7(7), 1-12. [pdf]
      • Liu T, Stevens ST & Carrasco M (2007) Comparing the time course and efficacy of spatial and feature-based attention. Vision Research47, 108-113. [pdf]

      2005 - 2006
      • Liu T, Heeger DJ & Carrasco M (2006)  Neural correlates of visual vertical meridian asymmetry. Journal of Vision6(11), 1294-1306, http://journalofvision.org/6/11/12/ [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2006). Covert attention increases contrast sensitivity: Psychophysical, neurophysiological, and neuroimaging studies. In "Visual Perception. Part I. Fundamentals of Vision: Low and Mid- Level Processes in Perception", Martinez-Conde S, Macknik SL, Martinez LM, Alonso JM, Tse PU (Eds). Progress in Brain Research, Elsevier, pp. 33-70. [pdf]
      • Liu T, Fuller S & Carrasco M (2006). Attention alters the appearance of motion coherence. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 1091-1096. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Loula F & Ho Y-X (2006). How attention enhances spatial resolution: Evidence from selective adaptation to spatial frequency. Perception & Psychophysics, 68, 1004-1012. [pdf]
      • Fuller S & Carrasco M (2006). Exogenous attention and color perception: Performance and appearance of saturation and hue.Vision Research, 46, 4032-4047. [pdf]
      • Montagna B & Carrasco M (2006). Transient covert attention and the perceived rate of flicker. Journal of Vision, 6(9), 955-965, http://journalofvision.org/6/9/8/, doi:10.1167/6.9.8. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Giordano AM & McElree B (2006). Attention speeds processing across eccentricity: Feature and conjuction searches.Vision Research, 46, 2028-2040. [pdf]
      • Phelps EA, Ling S & Carrasco M (2006). Emotion facilitates perception and potentiates the perceptual benefit of attention.Psychological Science, 17, 292-299. [pdf]
      • Ling S & Carrasco M (2006).Sustained and transient covert attention enhance the signal via different contrast response functions.Vision Research, 46, 1210-1220. [pdf]
      • Ballesteros S, Reales JM, Garcia E & Carrasco M (2006). Selective attention affects implicit and explicit memory for familar pictures at different delay conditions. Psicothema, 18, 88-99. [pdf]
      • Gobell J & Carrasco M (2005). Attention alters the appearance of spatial frequency and gap size. Psychological Science, 16, 644-651. [pdf]
      • Pestilli F & Carrasco M (2005). Attention enhances contrast sensitivity at cued and impairs it at uncued locations. Vision Research, 45, 1867-1875. [pdf]
      • Liu T, Pestilli F & Carrasco M (2005). Transient attention enhances perceptual performance and fMRI response in human visual cortex. Neuron45, 469-477. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (2005). Transient covert attention increases contrast sensitivity and spatial resolution: Support for signal enhancement. In Neurobiology of Attention, (Eds.) L. Itti, G. Rees, & J. Tsotsos. San Diego, CA: Elsevier. [pdf]

      2002 - 2004
      • Baldassi S, Burr D, Carrasco M, Eckstein M & Verghese P (2004). Visual Attention (editorial). Vision Research, 44, 1189-1191. [pdf]
      • Cameron EL, Tai JC, Eckstein MP & Carrasco M (2004). Signal detection theory applied to three visual search tasks: Identification, Yes/No detection and localization. Spatial Vision17, 295-325. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Talgar CP, Pelli D & Carrasco M (2004). Covert attention enhances letter identification without affecting channel tuning. Journal of Vision4(1), 22-31. [abstract] [html] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Giordano AM, & McElree B (2004). Temporal performance fields: Visual and attentional factors. Vision Research,44, 1351-1365. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, McElree B, Denisova K & Giordano AM (2003). Speed of visual processing increases with eccentricity. Nature Neuroscience6(7), 669-670. [abstract] [pdf] [suppl]
      • Carrasco M, Williams PE & Yeshurun Y (2002). Covert attention increases spatial resolution with or without masks: Support for signal enhancement. Journal of Vision2(6), 467-479, DOI 10.1167/2.6.4. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Cameron EL, Tai JC & Carrasco M (2002). Covert attention affects the psychometric function of contrast sensitivity. Vision Research42, 949-967. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Talgar CP & Carrasco M (2002). Vertical meridian asymmetry in spatial resolution: Visual and attentional factors. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review9(4), 714-722. [abstract] [pdf

      1999 - 2001
      • Carrasco M, Penpeci-Talgar C & Cameron EL (2001) Characterizing visual performance fields: Effects of transient covert attention, spatial frequency, eccentricity, task and set size. Spatial Vision, 15: 61-75. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & McElree B (2001). Covert attention accelerates the rate of visual information processing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences98, 5363-5367. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M (2001). Atención y rendimiento visual. Investigación y Ciencia (Attention and visual performance. Spanish edition of Scientific American), 298, 31-33. [pdf] 
      • Yeshurun Y & Carrasco M (2000) The locus of attentional effects in texture segmentation. Nature Neuroscience3(6), 622-627. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M, Penpeci-Talgar C & Eckstein M (2000). Spatial attention increases contrast sensitivity across the CSF: Support for signal enhancement. Vision Research40, 1203-1215. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Pelli D & Carrasco M (2000). Visual search and low vision. Report for the National Academy of Sciences' National Research Council: Committee on disability determination for individuals with visual impairments.
      • McElree B & Carrasco M (1999). Temporal dynamics of visual search: A speed-accuracy analysis of feature and conjunction searches. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance25(6), 1517-1539. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Yeshurun Y & Carrasco M (1999). Spatial attention improves performance in spatial resolution tasks. Vision Research39, 293-306. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Seamon, JG & Carrasco M (1999). The effect of study time on priming possible and impossible figures in the object decision test.Psicothema11(4), 801-813.[abstract] [pdf] 

      1996 - 1998
      • Carrasco M, Ponte D, Reche C & Sampedro MJ (1998). "Transient structures": The effects of practice and distractor grouping ion within-dimension conjunction searches. Perception & Psychophysics60(7), 1243-1258. [pdf]
      • Yeshurun Y & Carrasco M (1998). Attention improves or impairs visual performance by enhancing spatial resolution. Nature, 396: 5 Nov. 72-75. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, McLean TL, Katz SM & Frieder KS (1998). Feature asymmetries in visual search: Effects of display duration, target eccentricity, orientation & spatial frequency. Vision Research38, 347-374. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & Yeshurun Y (1998). The contribution of covert attention to the set-size and eccentricity effects in visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 24(2), 673-692. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Ganor-Stern D, Seamon JG, Carrasco M (1998) The role of attention and study time in explicit and implicit memory for unfamiliar visual stimuli. Memory & Cognition26(6), 1187-1195. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & Frieder KS (1997). Cortical magnification neutralizes the eccentricity effect in visual search. Vision Research37(1), 63-82. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & Seamon JG (1996). Priming impossible figures in the object decision test: The critical importance of perceived stimulus complexity. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review3(3), 344-351. [abstract] [pdf]

      Before 1995
      • Carrasco M, Evert DL, Chang I & Katz SM (1995). The eccentricity effect: Target eccentricity affects performance on conjunction searches. Perception & Psychophysics57(8), 1241-1261. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & Chang I (1995). The interaction of objective and subjective organizations in a localization search task. Perception & Psychophysics57(8), 1134-1150. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Carrasco M & Sekuler EB (1993). An unreported size illusion. Perception22, 313-322. [abstract] [pdf] 
      • Stuart D & Carrasco M (1993). Semantic component of a cross-modal Stroop-like task. American Journal of Psychology106(3), 383-405. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M & Ridout JB (1993). Olfactory perception and olfactory imagery: a multidimensional analysis. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 19(2): 287-301. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Katz SM & Winter J (1993). Multidimensional scaling and experimental aesthetics: Escher's prints as a case study. Empirical Studies of the Arts, ed. Colin Martindale. 11(1), 1-23. [pdf]
      • Carrasco M (1990). Visual space-time interactions: Effects of adapting to spatial frequencies on temporal sensitivity. Perception & Psychophysics48, 488-496. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Kinchla RA & Figueuroa JG (1988). Visual letter-matching and the time course of visual and acoustic codes. Acta Psychologica69, 1-17. [abstract] [pdf]
      • Carrasco M, Figueroa JG & Willen JD (1986). A test of the spatial-frequency explanation of the Muller-Lyer illusion. Perception15, 553-562. [abstract] [pdf]