A selection of our papers from 1991 onward, for you to enjoy!
  1. Two-, rather than three-dimensional representation of saccades in monkey Superior Colliculus (v Opstal et al., Science, 1991)
  2. Gain Fields in Monkey Superior Colliculus (v Opstal et al., J. Neurophysiol., 1995)
  3. Role of monkey nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis in the stabilization of Listing's plane (v Opstal et al., J. Neurosci. 1996)
  4. Human eye-head coordination in two dimensions under different sensorimotor conditions (Goossens and v Opstal, Exp. Brain Res., 1997)
  5. Spectro-Temporal Factors in human 2D sound localization (Hofman and v Opstal, JASA, 1998)
  6. Relearning Sound Localization with New Ears (Hofman et al., Nature Neuroscience, 1998)
  7. A Spatial Hearing Deficit in Early-Blind Humans (Zwiers et al., J. Neuroscience, 2001)
  8. Listing's Law (v Opstal, Springer Book Comput. Neuroscience, Chapter 2, 2002)
  9. Auditory-Visual Interactions Subserving Goal-Directed Saccades in a Complex Scene (Corneil et al., J. Neurophysiol., 2002)
  10. Plasticity in Human Sound Localization Induced by Compressed Spatial Vision (Zwiers et al., Nature Neuroscience, 2003)
  11. Involvement of Monkey Inferior Colliculus in Spatial Hearing (Zwiers et al., J Neuroscience 2004).
  12. Chronic Monaural Sound Localization (v Wanrooij and v Opstal, J. Neuroscience 2004)., and the Supplementary Tables
  13. Dynamic Coordinate Transformations in Sound Localization (Vliegen et al., J. Neuroscience 2004)., and the Supplementary Tables
  14. Relearning Sound Localization with a New Ear (v Wanrooij and v Opstal, J. Neuroscience 2005).
  15. Dynamic Ensemble Coding in Monkey Superior Colliculus (Goossens and v Opstal, J. Neurophysiology 2006)
  16. Applying double-magnetic induction to measure two-dimensional head-unrestrained gaze shifts in human subjects (Bremen et al., J. Neurophysiol., 2007).
  17. Linear Ensemble Coding in Midbrain Superior Colliculus Specifies the Saccade Kinematics (v Opstal and Goossens, Biol. Cybernetics 2008)
  18. Experimental Test of Visuomotor Updating Models that Explain Perisaccadic Mislocalization (v Wetter and v Opstal, J. Vision 2008) and the Supplementary Material on models
  19. Spectrotemporal response properties of inferior colliculus neurons in alert monkey (Versnel et al., J. Neuroscience 2009)
  20. Pinna cues determine orienting response modes to synchronous sounds in elevation (Bremen et al., J. Neuroscience, 2010).
  21. Influence of Static Eye and Head Position on Tone-Evoked Gaze Shifts (v Grootel et al., J. Neuroscience 2011)
  22. Absence of spatial updating when the visual system is unsure about stimulus motion (v Barneveld et al., J. Neuroscience 2011)
  23. Optimal Control of Saccades by Spatial-Temporal Activity Patterns in Monkey Superior Colliculus (Goossens and v Opstal, PLoS Comp Biol, 2012)