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Castiello U, Paulignan Y, Jeannerod M (1991) Temporal dissociation of motor responses and subjective awareness: A study in normal subjects. Brain, 114(6):2639-2655    
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1. Alstermark B, Górska T, Lundberg A, Pettersson L' (1990) Integration in descending motor pathways controlling the forelimb in cat. 16. Visually guided switching of target reaching. Experimental Brain Research, 80(1):1-11
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2. Bridgeman B, Lewis S, Heit G, Nagle M (1979) Relation between cognitive and motor-oriented systems of visual position perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 5(4):692-700
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3. Castiello U, Jeannerod M (1991) Measuring time to awareness. NeuroReport, 2(12):797-800
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4. Crago PE, Houk JC, Hasan Z (1976) Regulatory actions of human stretch reflex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 39:925-935
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5. Georgopoulos AP, Kalaska JF, Massey JT (1981) Spatial trajectories and reaction times of aimed movements: Effects of practice, uncertainty, and change in target location. Journal of Neurophysiology, 46(4):725-743
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6. Goodale MA, Pélisson D, Prablanc C (1986) Large adjustments in visually guided reaching do not depend on vision of the hand or perception of target displacement. Nature, 320(6064):748-750
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7. Jeannerod M (1986) The formation of finger grip during prehension. A cortically mediated visuomotor pattern. Behavioural Brain Research, 19(2):99-116
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8. Keele SW (1973) Attention and Human Performance. Goodyear, Pacific Palisades, CA
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9. Kerr B (1973) Processing demands during mental operations. Memory and Cognition, 1:401-412
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10. Kornhuber HH, Deecke L (1965) Hirnpotentialänderungen bei Willkürbewegungen und passiven Bewegungen des Menschen: Bereitschaftspotential und reafferente Potentiale. Pflügers Archiv für die Gesamte Physiologie des Menschen und der Tiere, 284:1-17
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11. Libet B, Gleason CA, Wright EW, Pearl DK (1983) Time of conscious intention to act in relation to onset of cerebral activity (readiness-potential): The unconscious initiation of a freely voluntary act. Brain, 106(3):623-642
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12. Libet B (1985) Unconscious cerebral initiative and the role of conscious will in voluntary action. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8(4):529-566
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13. Meeres SL, Graves RE (1990) Localization of unseen visual stimuli by humans with normal vision. Neuropsychologia, 28:1231-1237
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14. Napier JR (1956) The prehensile movements of the human hand. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 38:B902-913
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15. Paulignan Y, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG, Jeannerod M (1991a) Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. 1. The effects of changing object position. Experimental Brain Research, 83(3):502-512
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16. Paulignan Y, Jeannerod M, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG (1991b) Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. 2. The effects of changing object size. Experimental Brain Research, 87(2):407-420
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17. Paulignan Y, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG, Jeannerod M (1990) The coupling of arm and finger movements during prehension. Experimental Brain Research, 79:431-435
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18. Perenin M, Jeannerod M (1978) Visual function within the hemianopic field following early cerebral hemidecortication in man. I. Spatial localization. Neuropsychologia, 16:1-13
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19. Posner MI, Boies SJ (1971) Components of attention. Psychological Review, 78:391-408
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20. Stark L, Bridgeman B (1983) Role of corollary discharge in space constancy. Perception & Psychophysics, 34:371-380
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21. Taylor JL, McCloskey DI (1990) Triggering of preprogrammed movements as reactions to masked stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology, 63:439-446
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22. Weiskrantz L, Warrington EK, Sanders MD, Marshall JC (1974) Visual capacity in the hemianopic field following a restricted occipital ablation. Brain, 97(4):709-728
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23. Zelaznik HN, Hawkins B, Kisselburgh K (1983) Rapid visual feedback processing in single aiming movements. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 15:217-236
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