(1131) Unconscious processing of orientation and color without primary visual cortex.   Boyer JL, Harrison S and Ro T.   2005.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 102, pages 16875-16879.   With reference to the use of a singular noun with a plural verb, "...performance...were...".

(1132) Visibility, visual awareness, and visual masking of simple unattended targets are confined to areas in the occipital cortex beyond human V1/V2.   Tse PU, Martinez-Conde S, Schlegel AA and Macknik SL.   2005.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 102, pages 17178-17183.   The numbers given for the procedures are 5, 17 and 14, which makes the use of the present tense, with its implication of generalisation, insightless.

(1133) Whorf hypothesis is supported in the right visual field but not the left.   Gilbert AL, Reiger T, Kay P and Ivry RB.   2006.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 103, pages 489-494.   The Whorf hypothesis does not appear until the General Discussion, and even then as a metaphorical cross-reference in quotation marks, specifically that language is used to "cut nature up".

(1134) Top-down facilitation of visual recognition.   Bar M, Kassam KS, Ghuman AS, Boshyan J, Schmid AM, Dale AM, Hamalainen MS, Marinkovic K, Schacter DL, Rosen BR and Halgren E.   2006.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 103, pages 449-454.   With reference to what the scientists did when they found what they were not looking for, four of twelve participants were excluded from the analyses because of an exceptionally low number of "recognized" responses.   With reference to the combination of brackets and quotation marks, (i.e., "deactivations").

(1135) Development of saccadic suppression in children.   Bruno A, Brambati SM, Perani D and Morrone MC.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 96, pages 1011-1017.   "Suppression" is the authors' interpretation, but they do not demonstrate "suppression", which is hardly surprising because they do not define "suppression".

(1136) Demonstration of cue recruitment: change in visual appearance by means of Pavlovian conditioning.   Haijiang Q, Saunders JA, Stone RW and Backus BT.   2006.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 103, pages 483-488.

(1137) Do we know what the early visual system does?   Carandini M, Demb JB, Mante V, Tolhurst DJ, Dan Y, Olshausen BA, Gallant JL and Rust NC.   2005.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 25, pages 10577-10597.

(1138) Local connections to specific types of layer 6 neurons in the rat visual cortex.   Zarrinpar A and Callaway EM.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 95, pages 1751-1761.

(1139) Acetylcholine release is elicited in the visual cortex, but not in the prefrontal cortex, by patterned visual stimulation: a dual in vivo microdialysis study with functional correlates in the rat brain.   Laplante F, Morin Y, Quirion R and Vaucher E.   2005.   Neuroscience, volume 132, pages 501-510.

(1140) The segregation and integration of colour in motion processing revealed by motion after-effects.   McKeefry DJ, Laviers EG and McGraw PV.   2006.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 273, pages 91-99.