1. Richard P. Taylor, Branka Spehar, Paul Van Donkelaar & Caroline M. Hagerhall (2011). Perceptual and Physiological Responses to Jackson Pollock's Fractals. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5:60-60.
    Fractals have been very successful in quantifying the visual complexity exhibited by many natural patterns, and have captured the imagination of scientists and artists alike. Our research has shown that the poured patterns of the American abstract painter Jackson Pollock are also fractal. This discovery raises an intriguing possibility – are the visual characteristics of fractals responsible for the long-term appeal of Pollock’s work? To address this question, we have conducted ten years of scientific investigation of human response to fractals (...)
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  2. Paul van Donkelaar & Paul R. Dassonville (2004). Further Evidence for, and Some Against, a Planning–Control Dissociation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):52-53.
    We summarize a number of recent results from our own experiments as well as those from other laboratories. Some of these results support Glover's planning/control dissociation and some are at odds with it. We suggest that the model needs to be further refined and expanded.
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  3. Paul van Donkelaar (1996). Sensorimotor Learning in Structures “Upstream” From the Cerebellum. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (3):477-478.
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