Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system?

Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A (2014)
Journal of Vision 14(11:7): 1-15.

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Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A. Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision. 2014;14(11:7):1-15.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W. X., & Herwig, A. (2014). Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision, 14(11:7), 1-15. doi:10.1167/14.11.7
Weiß, K., Schneider, W. X., and Herwig, A. (2014). Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision 14, 1-15.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W.X., & Herwig, A., 2014. Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision, 14(11:7), p 1-15.
K. Weiß, W.X. Schneider, and A. Herwig, “Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system?”, Journal of Vision, vol. 14, 2014, pp. 1-15.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W.X., Herwig, A.: Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision. 14, 1-15 (2014).
Weiß, Katharina, Schneider, Werner X., and Herwig, Arvid. “Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: A default mode of the human visual system?”. Journal of Vision 14.11:7 (2014): 1-15.
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