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Crowe, Emily M., Bossard, Martin and Brenner, Eli 2021. Can ongoing movements be guided by allocentric visual information when the target is visible? Journal of Vision 21 (1) , 6. 10.1167/jov.21.1.6
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Bossard, Martin, Goulon, Cédric and Mestre, Daniel 2020. Viewpoint oscillation improves the perception of distance travelled in static observers but not during treadmill walking. Experimental Brain Research 238 (4) , pp. 1073-1083. 10.1007/s00221-020-05786-y
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Bossard, Martin and Mestre, Daniel 2018. The contribution of viewpoint oscillations to the perception of distance travelled from optic flow [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of Vision 18 (10) , p. 48. 10.1167/18.10.48

Bossard, Martin and Mestre, Daniel R. 2018. The relative contributions of various viewpoint oscillation frequencies to the perception of distance traveled [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of Vision 18 (2) , 3. 10.1167/18.2.3

Bossard, Martin, Goulon, Cédric and Mestre, Daniel 2017. Viewpoint oscillation frequency influences the perception of distance travelled from optic flow. Journal of Vision 17 (10) , 210. 10.1167/17.10.210

Bossard, Martin, Goulon, Cédric and Mestre, Daniel R. 2016. Viewpoint oscillation improves the perception of distance travelled based on optic flow. Journal of Vision 16 (15) , pp. 1-14. 10.1167/16.15.4
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Bossard, Martin, Lepecq, Jean-Claude and Mestre, Daniel 2016. Oscillatory optical flows improve the perception of travelled distance in static observers. Journal of Vision 16 (12) , 768. 10.1167/16.12.768

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