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Ciaramitaro VM, Mitchell JF, Stoner GR, Reynolds JH, Boynton GM. (2011). Object-based attention to one of two superimposed surfaces alters responses in human early visual cortex. J Neurophysiol. 105(3):1258-65. Epub 2011 Jan 12. PMID: 21228306 PMCID: PMC3074415

Stoner GR, Blanc G. (2010) Exploring the mechanisms underlying surface-based stimulus selection. Vision Res. 50(2):229-41. Epub 2009 Nov 24. PMID: 19941882 PMCID: PMC2813929

Kafaligonul H, Stoner GR. (2010). Auditory modulation of visual apparent motion with short spatial and temporal intervals. J Vis. 10(12):31 Print 2010. PMID: 21047763

Huang X, Albright TD, and Stoner GR. (2008). Stimulus dependency and mechanisms of surround modulation in cortical area MT. J Neurosci. 28(51):13889-906. PMID: 19091978

van der Smagt MJ, and Stoner GR. (2008). Occlusion and the solution to visual motion ambiguity: Looking beyond the aperture problem. Journal of Vision, 8(2):4, 1-12,

Huang X, Albright TD, and Stoner GR. (2007). Adaptive surround modulation in cortical area MT. Neuron. 53:761-770.

Fallah M, Stoner GR, and Reynolds JH. (2007). Stimulus-specific competitive selection in macaque extrastriate visual area V4. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 104:4165-4169.

Jordan H, Fallah M, and Stoner GR. (2006). Adaptation of gender derived from biological motion. Nat. Neurosci. 9:738-9.

Stoner GR, Mitchell JF, Fallah M, and Reynolds JH. (2005). Interacting competitive selection in attention and binocular rivalry. Prog. Brain Res. 149:227-34.

Mitchell JF, Stoner GR and Reynolds JH (2004). Object-based attention determines dominance in binocular rivalry. Nature, 429, 410-3.

Hegde J, Albright TD, Stoner GR. (2004) Second-order motion conveys depth-order information. J. Vis. 4:838-42.

Mitchell JF, Stoner GR, Fallah M, Reynolds JH. (2003) Attentional selection of superimposed surfaces cannot be explained by modulation of the gain of color channels. Vision Res 43: 1328-8.

Movshon JA, Albright TD, Stoner GR, Majaj NJ, Smith MA (2003) Cortical responses to visual motion in alert and anesthetized monkeys. Nat Neurosci. Jan;6(1):3;

Reynolds JH, Alborzian S, Stoner GR. (2003) Exogenously cued attention triggers competitive selection of surfaces. Vision Res 43: 59-66.

Movshon JA, Albright TD, Stoner GR, Majaj N and Smith MA (2003) Cortical responses to visual motion in alert and anesthetized monkeys. Nature Neuroscience, 6, 3.

Duncan RO, Albright TD, Stoner GR (2000) Occlusion and the interpretation of visual motion: Perceptual and neuronal effects of context. J Neurosc 20:5885-5897.

Stoner GR, Albright TD (1998) Luminance contrast affects motion coherency in plaid patterns by acting as a depth-from-occlusion cue. Vision Res 38:387-401.

Dobkins KR, Stoner GR, Albright TD (1998) Perceptual, oculomotor, and neural responses to moving color plaids. Perception 27:681-709.

Stoner GR, Albright TD (1996) The interpretation of visual motion: evidence for surface segmentation mechanisms. Vision Res 36:1291-1310.

Stoner GR, Albright TD (1992) Neural correlates of perceptual motion coherence. Nature 358:412-414.

Stoner GR, Albright TD (1992) Motion coherency rules are form-cue invariant. Vision Res 32:465-475.

Stoner GR, Albright TD, Ramachandran VS (1990) Transparency and coherence in human motion perception. Nature 344:153-155.

Blatt GJ, Andersen RA, and Stoner GR. (1990). Visual receptive field organization and cortico-cortical connections of the lateral intraparietal area (area LIP) in the Macaque. J. Comp. Neurol. 299:421-45

Stoner GR, Skirboll LR, Werkman S, and Hommer DW. (1988). Preferential effects of caffeine on limbic and cortical dopamine systems. Biol. Psychiatry. 23:761-8.

Skirboll LR, and Hommer DW. (1987). Differential effects of an anxiogenic beta-carboline on single unit activity in the locus coeruleus and substantia nigra of the rat brain. Neuropharmacology. 26:1185-90.

Hommer SW, Stoner GR, Crawley JN, Paul SM, and Skirboll LR. (1986). Cholecystokinin-dopamine coexistence: Electrophysiological actions corresponding to cholecystokinin receptor subtype. J. Neurosci. 6(10): 2029-3043.

Review Articles

Albright, TD and Stoner GR (2002) Contextual influences on visual processing. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 25, 339-379.

Albright TD, Croner LJ, Duncan RO, and Stoner GR. (2003). Neuronal correlates of perceptual organization in the primate visual system. In The 31st Carnegie Symposium: Perceptual Organization in Vision: Behavioral and Neural Perspectives, ed. M Behrmann, R Kimchi, C Olson, pp. 305-335. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum

Albright TD, Stoner GR (1995) Visual motion perception. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 92:2433-2440.

Stoner GR and Albright TD (1994) Visual motion integration: A neurophysiological and psychophysical perspective. In: AT Smith and RJ Snowden (eds.) Visual Detection of Motion, pp. 253-290, Academic Press, London.

Albright TD and Stoner GR (1994) The influence of figural interpretation on the selective integration of visual motion signals. In: T Lawton (ed.) Computational Vision Based on Neurobiology: SPIE, Proceedings SPIE Vol. 2054, pp. 211-219.

Stoner GR and Albright TD (1993) Image segmentation cues in motion processing: Implications for modularity in vision. J. Cognitive Neuroscience, 5, 129-149.