1. Adaptation for multisensory relative timing. (2016). Linares, D., Cos, I., Roseboom, W.

    Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 8: 35-41.


  1. quickpsy: An R package to fit psychometric functions for multiple groups. (2016 )Linares, D., López-Moliner, J.

    The R Journal, 8(1): 122-131.


  1. Sensory adaptation for timing perception. (2015). *Roseboom, W., *Linares, D., Nishida, S.

    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 282: 20142833. (*) Equal contribution.


  1. Temporal frequency of events rather than speed dilates perceived duration of moving objects. (2015). Linares, D., Gorea. A.

    Scientific Reports, 5(8825).


  1. Differences in perceptual latency estimated from judgments of temporal order, simultaneity, and duration are inconsistent. (2014). Linares, D., Holcombe, A. O.

    i-Perception, 5(6) 559–571.


  1. A synchronous surround increases the motion strength gain of motion. (2013). Linares, D. Nishida, S.

    Journal of Vision, 13(13):12, 1–15.


  1. Surround facilitation for rapid motion perception. (2012). Linares, D., Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S.

    Journal of Vision, 12(10):3, 1-10.


  1. Perceiving spatial relationships via attentional tracking and shifting. (2011). Holcombe, A.O., Linares, D., Vaziri-Pashkam, M.

    Current Biology, 21(13), 1135-1139.

    • Dispatch in Attention, Perception and Psychophysics by Todd Horowitz.
    • Non-technical note by Alex Holcombe in The Conversation.
    • Related VSS poster (2008) in which we tested how the tracking limit affected the localization of a moving object.


  1. Where is the moving object now? Judgments of instantaneous position show poor temporal precision (SD=70 ms). (2009). *Linares, D., *Holcombe, A.O., White, A. L.

    Journal of Vision, 9(13):9, 1-14. (*) Equal contribution.


  1. Position perception: Influence of motion with displacement dissociated from the influence of motion alone. (2008). Linares, D., Holcombe, A. O.

    Journal of Neurophysiology, 100, 2472-2476.


  1. Visuomotor timing compensates for changes in perceptual latency. (2008). White, A. L., Linares, D., Holcombe, A. O.

    Current Biology,18(20), pR951-pR953.


  1. Motion signal and the perceived positions of moving objects. (2007). Linares, D., López-Moliner, J., Johnston, A.

    Journal of Vision, 7(7):1, 1-7.


  1. Absence of flash-lag when judging global shape from local positions. (2007). Linares, D., López-Moliner.

    Vision Research, 47, 357-362.


  1. Perceptual asynchrony between color and motion with a single direction change. (2006). Linares, D., López-Moliner.

    Journal of Vision, 6(9):10, 974-981.


  1. The flash-lag is reduced when the flash is perceived as a sensory consequence of our action. (2006). López-Moliner, J., Linares, D.

    Vision Research, 46, 2122-2129.


  1. Effect of dynamic rotation on event related brain potentials. (2005). Nuñez-Peña, M. I., Aznar, J. A., Linares, D., Corral, M. J., Escera, C.

    Cognitive Brain Research, 24, 307-316.