Rafal RD and Grimm RJ. Progressive supranuclear palsy: functional analysis of the response to methysergide and anti-parkinsonian agents. Neurology, 31:1507-1518, 1981.
Marin OSSM, Glenn CG and Rafal RD. Visual problem solving in the absence of lexical semantics: Evidence from dementia. Brain and Cognition, 2:285-311, 1983.
Posner MI, Walker JA, Friedrich FJ and Rafal RD. Effects of parietal injury on covert orienting of visual attention. Journal of Neuroscience, 4:1863-1874, 1984.
Rafal RD, Posner MI, Walker JA and Friedrich FJ. Cognition and the basal ganglia: Separating mental and motor components of performance in Parkinson's disease. Brain, 107:1083-1094, 1984.
Rafal RD and Posner MI. Deficits in human visual spatial attention following thalamic lesions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A, 84:7349-7353, 1987.
Rafal RD, Posner MI, Friedman JH, Inhoff AW and Bernstein E. Orienting of visual attention in progressive supranuclear palsy. Brain, 111:267-280, 1988.
Inhoff, AW, Diener, HC, Rafal, RD and Ivry, R. The role of cerebellar structures in the programming and execution of movement sequences. Brain, 112:565-581, 1989.
Rafal R, Smith J, Krantz J, Cohen A and Brennan C. Extrageniculate vision in hemianopic humans: saccade inhibition by signals in the blind field. Science, 250:118-121, 1990.
Driver J, Baylis G, Rafal, R. Preserved figure-ground segmentation and symmetry perception in a patient with neglect. Nature, 360:73-75, 1992.
Baylis G, Driver J, Rafal R. Extinction and stimulus repetition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 5:453-466, 1993.
Egly R, Driver J, Rafal R. Attention to objects and locations: evidence from normal subjects and parietal lesion patients. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123, 161-127, 1994.
Henik A, Rafal R, Rhodes D. Voluntary and reflexive saccades after lesions of the human frontal eye fields. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 6:400-411, 1994.
Seyal M, Ro T, Rafal R. Perception of subthreshold cutaneous stimuli following transcranial magnetic stimulation of ipsilateral parietal cortex. Annals of Neurology, 38:264-267, 1995.
Ro T, Henik A, Rafal RD, Machado, L. Effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation of the frontal eye fields on voluntary and reflexive saccades. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 9:433-440, 1997.
Tipper S, Rafal R, Reuter-Lorenz PA, Starreveld Y, Ro T, Egly R Weaver B, Danziger S. Object based facilitation and inhibition from visual orienting in the human split brain. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 23:1522-1532, 1997.
Hayes, AE, Davidson MC, Keele SW, Rafal RD. Toward a functional analysis of the basal ganglia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10:178-198, 1998.
Danziger S, Kingstone A, Rafal R. Orienting to extinguished signals in hemispatial neglect. Psychological Science, 9:119-123, 1998.
Vuilleumier P, Rafal R. "Both" means more than "two": localizing and counting in patients with visuospatial neglect. Nature Neuroscience, 2:783-784, 1999.
Vuilleumier P, Rafal R. A systematic study of extinction: between and within field deficits of attention in hemispatial neglect. Brain 123:1263-1279, 2000.
Ward R, Danziger S, Owen V, Rafal R. Deficits in spatial coding and feature binding following damage to the human pulvinar. Nature Neuroscience 5:99-100, 2002.
Rafal R, Danziger S, Grossi G, Machado L, Ward R .Visual detection is gated by attending for action: evidence from hemispatial neglect. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99:16371-16375, 2002.
Berger A, Henik A, Rafal R. Competition between endogenous and exogenous orienting of visual attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134: 207–221, 2005.
di Pellegrino G, Rafal R Tipper SP. Implicitly evoked actions modulate visual selection: Evidence from parietal extinction. Current Biology 15:1469–1472, 2005.
Snow J, Allen H, Rafal R, Humphreys G. (2009) Impaired attentional selection following lesions to human pulvinar: evidence for homology between human and monkey. PNAS 106:4054-4059.
Danziger, S., & Rafal, R. (2009). The effect of visual signals on spatial decision making. Cognition, 110:182-197.
Bultitude J, Rafal R, List A.(2009) Prism adaptation reverses the local processing bias in patients with right temporo-parietal junction lesions. Brain 132: 1669-1677.