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Towse, J N; Loetscher, T; Brugger, P (2014). Not all numbers are equal: preferences and biases among children and adults when generating random sequences. Frontiers in Psychology:5:19.

Loetscher, T; Nicholls, M E R; Brodtmann, A; Thomas, N A; Brugger, P (2012). Disentangling input and output-related components of spatial neglect. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience:6:176.

Lenggenhager, Bigna; Loetscher, T; Kavan, N; Pallich, G; Brodtmann, A; Nicholls, M E R; Brugger, P (2012). Paradoxical extension into the contralesional hemispace in spatial neglect. Cortex, 48(10):1320-1328.

Brugger, P; Schubiger, M N; Loetscher, T (2010). Leftward bias in number space is modulated by magical ideation. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 23(2):119-123.

Loetscher, T; Nicholls, M E; Towse, J N; Bradshaw, J L; Brugger, P (2010). Lucky numbers: Spatial neglect affects physical, but not representational, choices in a Lotto task. Cortex, 46(5):685-690.

Loetscher, T; Bockisch, C J; Nicholls, M E R; Brugger, P (2010). Eye position predicts what number you have in mind. Current Biology, 20(6):R264-R265.

Loetscher, T; Brugger, P (2009). Random number generation in neglect patients reveals enhanced response stereotypy, but no neglect in number space. Neuropsychologia, 47(1):276-279.

Loetscher, T; Schwarz, U; Schubiger, M N; Brugger, P (2008). Head turns bias the brain's internal random generator. Current Biology, 18(2):R60-R62.

Loetscher, T; Bockisch, C J; Brugger, P (2008). Looking for the answer: the mind's eye in number space. Neuroscience, 151(3):725-729.

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