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P.H. Schiller, Behavioral and electrophysiological studies of visual masking. (1969) In: Symposium on Information Processing in the Nervous System, ed. Leibowitz. Springer-Verlag. (no abstract available)

P.H. Schiller, The discharge characteristics of single units in the oculomotor and abducens nuclei of the unanesthetized monkey. (1970) Exp. Brain Res., 10 (4), 347-362.

P.H. Schiller and F. Koerner, Discharge characteristics of single units in the superior colliculus of the alert rhesus monkey. (1971) J. Neurophysiol., 34 (5), 920-992.

P.H. Schiller and M. Stryker, Single unit recording and stimulation in the superior colliculus of the alert rhesus monkey. (1972) J. Neurophysiol., 35 (6), 915-924.

P.H. Schiller, B. Finlay and S. Volman, Quantitative studies of single-cell properties in monkey striate cortex. I-V. (1976) J. Neurophysiol., 39 (6), 1288-1361.

J. Malpeli and P.H. Schiller, Lack of blue OFF-center cells in the visual system of the monkey. (1978) Brain Res., 141, 385-389.

P.H. Schiller and J. Malpeli, Functional specificity of lateral geniculate nucleus laminae of the rhesus monkey. (1978) J. Neurophysiol., 41 (3), 788-797.

P.H. Schiller, S.D. True and J.L. Conway, The effects of frontal eye field and superior colliculus ablations on eye movement. (1979) Science, 206, 590-592.

J. Malpeli, P.H. Schiller and C.L. Colby, Response properties of single cells in monkey striate cortex during reversible inactivation of individual lateral geniculate laminae. (1981) J. Neurophysiol., 46 (5), 1102-1119.

P.H. Schiller and J.H. Sandell, Interactions between visually and electrically elicited saccades before and after superior colliculus and frontal eye field ablations in the rhesus monkey. (1983) Exp. Brain Res., 49 (3), 381-392.

P.H. Schiller, The central visual system. (1986) In: The 25th Jubilee Issue of Vision Research, Vol. 26. (no abstract available)

P.H. Schiller, Central connections of the retinal ON and OFF pathways. (1982) Nature, 297 (5867), 580-583.

P.H. Schiller, J.H. Sandell and J.H.R. Maunsell, The functions of the ON and OFF channels of the visual system. (1986) Nature, 322 (6082), 824-825.

N.K. Logothetis, P.H. Schiller, E.R. Charles and A.C. Hurlbert, Perceptual deficits and the activity of the color-opponent and broad-band pathways at isoluminance. (1990) Science, 247 (4939), 214-217.

P.H. Schiller, N.K. Logothetis and E.R. Charles, Functions of the color-opponent and broad-band channels of the visual system. (1990) Nature, 343 (6253), 68-72.

P.H. Schiller, N.K. Logothetis, The color-opponent and broad-band channels of the primate visual system. (1990) Trends in Neurosciences, 13 (10), 392-398.

P.H. Schiller and K. Lee, The role of the primate extrastriate area V4 in vision. (1991) Science, 251 (4998), 1251-1253.

P.H. Schiller, The effects of V4 and middle temporal (MT) area lesions on visual performance in the rhesus monkey. (1993) Visual Neuroscience, 10 (4), 717-746.

P.H. Schiller and K. Lee, The effects of lateral geniculate nucleus, area V4 and middle temporal (MT) lesions on visually guided eye movements. (1994) Visual Neuroscience, 11 (2), 229-241.

E.J. Tehovnik, K. Lee and P.H. Schiller, Stimulation-evoked saccades from the dorsomedial frontal cortex of the rhesus monkey following lesions of the frontal eye fields and superior colliculus. (1994) Exp. Brain Res., 98 (2), 179-190.

P.H. Schiller, Effect of lesions in visual cortical area V4 on the recognition of transformed objects. (1995) Nature, 376 (6538), 342-344.

P.H. Schiller, Past and present ideas about how the visual scene is analyzed by the brain.(1997) In: Cerebral Cortex, Vol 12: Extrastriate Cortex, eds. Kaas and Rockland. Plenum. (no abstract available)

K. Zipser, V.A.F. Lamme and P.H. Schiller, Contextual modulation in primary visual cortex. (1996) J. Neurosci., 16 (22), 7376-7389.

P.H. Schiller, The neural control of visually guided eye movements. (1998) In: Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention. ed. J. Richards. Erlbaum. (no abstract available)

P.H. Schiller and I. Chou, The effects of frontal eye field and dorsomedial frontal cortex lesions on visually guided eye movements (1998) Nature Neurosci., 1 (3), 248-253.

I. Chou, M. Sommer and P.H. Schiller. Express averaging saccades in monkeys. (1999) Vision Research, 39 (25), 4200-4216.

E.J. Tehovnik, M.A. Sommer, I. Chou, W.M. Slocum, and P.H. Schiller, Eye fields in the frontal lobes of primates. (2000) Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews, 32 (2-3), 413-448.

P.H. Schiller and E.J. Tehovnik, Look and See: How the brain moves your eyes about. Chapter 9 in: Vision: from Neurons to Cognition, eds, C. Casanova and M. Ptito. Progress in Brain Research, Vol 134. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2001.

A. Cao and P.H. Schiller, Behavioral assessment of motion parallax and stereopsis as depth cues in rhesus monkeys, (2002) Vision Research, 42 (16), 1953-1961.

E.J. Tehovnik, W.M. Slocum and P.H. Schiller, (2002) Differential effects of laminar stimulation of V1 on target selection by macaque monkeys. European Journal of Neuroscience, 16 (4), 751-760.

A. Cao and P.H. Schiller, (2003) Neural responses to relative speed in the primary visual cortex of rhesus monkey. Visual Neuroscience, 20 (1), 77-84.

P.H. Schiller and E.J. Tehovnik, (2003) Cortical inhibitory circuits in eye-movement generation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 18 (11), 3127-3133.

E.J. Tehovnik, W.M. Slocum and P.H. Schiller, (2003) Saccadic eye movements evoked by microstimulation of striate cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience, 17 (4), 870-878.

P.H. Schiller and J. Kendall, (2004) Temporal factors in target selection with saccadic eye movements, Experimental Brain Research, 154 (2), 154-159.

P.H. Schiller, W.M. Slocum, C. Carvey and A.S. Tolias, (2004) Are express saccades generated under natural viewing conditions? European Journal of Neuroscience, 20 (9), 2467-2473.

P.H. Schiller, J. Haushofer and G. Kendall, (2004) How do target predictability and precueing affect the production of express saccades in monkeys? European Journal of Neuroscience, 19 (7), 1963-1968.

P.H. Schiller, J. Haushofer and G. Kendall, (2004) An examination of the variables that affect express saccade generation. Visual Neuroscience, 21 (2), 119-127.

E.J. Tehovnik, W.M. Slocum and P.H. Schiller, (2004) Microstimulation of V1 delays the execution of visually guided saccades. European Journal of Neuroscience, 20 (1), 264-272.

P.H. Schiller and C.E. Carvey, (2005) The Hermann grid illusion revisited. Perception , 34 (11), 1375-1397.

P.H. Schiller and E.J. Tehovnik, (2005) Neural mechanisms underlying target selection with saccadic eye movements.Prog Brain Res, 149, 157-171.

P.H. Schiller and J. Haushofer, (2005) What is the coordinate frame utilized for the generation of express saccades in monkeys? Exp Brain Res, 167 (2), 178-186.

E.J. Tehovnik, W.M. Slocum, C.E. Carvey, and P.H. Schiller, (2005) Phosphene induction and the generation of saccadic eye movements by striate cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology., 93 (1), 1-19.

P.H. Schiller and C.E. Carvey, (2006) Demonstrations of spatio-temporal integration and what they tell us about the visual system. Perception, 35 (11), 1521-1555.

Y. Zhang, V.S. Weiner, W.M Slocum and P.H. Schiller, Depth from shading and disparity in humans and monkeys (2007) Visual Neurosci., 24, 207-215.

P.H. Schiller, W.M. Slocum, and V.S. Weiner, How the parallel channels of the retina contribute to depth processing (2007) Eur J Neurosci, 26, 1307-1321.

Y. Zhang and P.H. Schiller, The effect of overall stimulus velocity on motion parallax (2008) Vis Neurosci, 25, 3-15.

P.H. Schiller and E.J. Tehovnik, Visual Prosthesis (2008) Perception, 37, 1529-59.

P.H. Schiller, G.L Kendall, W.M. Slocum, and E.J. Tehovnik, Conditions that alter saccadic eye-movement latencies and affect target choice to visual stimuli and to electrical stimulation of area V1 in the monkey (2008) Vis Neurosci, 25, 661-673.

P.H. Schiller, W.M. Slocum, B. Jao, and V.S. Weiner, The integration of disparity, shading and motion parallax cues for depth perception in humans and monkeys (2011) Brain Res, 4, 67-77.