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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : FLE / flash-lag effect

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Long Form:   flash-lag effect
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2019 Distinct mechanisms of temporal binding in generalized and cross-modal flash-lag effects. ---
2019 Visual Entrainment at 10 Hz Causes Periodic Modulation of the Flash Lag Illusion. ---
2018 The haptic and the visual flash-lag effect and the role of flash characteristics. ---
2016 The flash-lag effect and the flash-drag effect in the same display. FDE
2013 Do the flash-lag effect and representational momentum involve similar extrapolations? RM
2013 The perceived position of moving objects: transcranial magnetic stimulation of area MT+ reduces the flash-lag effect. TMS
2012 Conscious updating is a rhythmic process. ---
2010 Characteristics of motor resonance predict the pattern of flash-lag effects for biological motion. ---
2010 Measuring attention using flash-lag effect. ---
10  2009 Contributions of visible persistence and perceptual set to the flash-lag effect: focusing on flash onset abolishes the illusion. ---
11  2009 Observer's control of the moving stimulus increases the flash-lag effect. ---
12  2009 Perceived timing of new objects and feature changes. ---
13  2008 A psychophysical and computational analysis of the spatio-temporal mechanisms underlying the flash-lag effect. ---
14  2008 Extrapolative delay compensation through facilitating synapses and its relation to the flash-lag effect. STDP
15  2008 Precuing an isolated stimulus temporarily outweighs in-stream stimulus facilitation. ---
16  2007 Spatial facilitation is involved in flash-lag effect. ---
17  2007 Stimulus dependence of the flash-lag effect. ---
18  2006 The flash-lag effect is reduced when the flash is perceived as a sensory consequence of our action. ---
19  2005 Computational neurobiology of the flash-lag effect. ---
20  2005 Neural latencies do not explain the auditory and audio-visual flash-lag effect. ---
21  2004 Confusion of space and time in the flash-lag effect. ---
22  2004 Temporal ventriloquism: sound modulates the flash-lag effect. ---
23  2004 The modulation of the flash-lag effect by voluntary attention. ---
24  2003 Perceived onset time and position of a moving stimulus. FE
25  2003 The "Flash-Lag" effect occurs in audition and cross-modally. ---