Jelmer P. de Vries
Jelmer P. de Vries
PostDoc at Wallman Lab of the City College of New York
Verified email at uu.nl
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There is no attentional global effect: Attentional shifts are independent of the saccade endpoint
S Van der Stigchel, JP De Vries
Journal of vision 15 (15), 17-17, 2015
322015
Saccades toward the target are planned as sequences rather than as single steps
JP De Vries, ITC Hooge, FAJ Verstraten
Psychological science 25 (1), 215-223, 2014
222014
A global effect of capture saccades
S Van der Stigchel, JP de Vries, R Bethlehem, J Theeuwes
Experimental brain research 210 (1), 57-65, 2011
212011
How longer saccade latencies lead to a competition for salience
JP de Vries, ITC Hooge, MA Wiering, FAJ Verstraten
Psychological science 22 (7), 916-923, 2011
162011
Background, an important factor in visual search
JP De Vries, ITC Hooge, AH Wertheim, FAJ Verstraten
Vision research 86, 128-138, 2013
152013
Object recognition: a shape-based approach using artificial neural networks
J De Vries
Department of Computer Science, University of Utrecht, 2006
152006
The saccadic size-latency phenomenon explored: proximal target size is a determining factor in the saccade latency
JP De Vries, R Azadi, MR Harwood
Vision research 129, 87-97, 2016
82016
Saccadic selection and crowding in visual search: Stronger lateral masking leads to shorter search times
JP de Vries, ITC Hooge, MA Wiering, FAJ Verstraten
Experimental brain research 211 (1), 119-131, 2011
72011
The lifetime of salience extends beyond the initial saccade
JP De Vries, S Van der Stigchel, ITC Hooge, FAJ Verstraten
Perception 47 (2), 125-142, 2018
62018
Commentary: Visual attention is not deployed at the endpoint of averaging saccades
S Van der Stigchel, J de Vries
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2166, 2018
32018
Revisiting the global effect and inhibition of return
JP De Vries, S Van der Stigchel, ITC Hooge, FAJ Verstraten
Experimental brain research 234 (10), 2999-3009, 2016
32016
Stimulus background, a neglected component in visual search
J De Vries, IT Hooge, A Wertheim, FA Verstraten
Perception ECVP abstract 40, 107-107, 2011
22011
Aibo Programming Report of Group Vision1b
HAJ de Vries Jan, W van den Broek
12004
Inhibition of return in the oculomotor decision process: Dissociating visual target discrimination from saccade readiness delays.
JP de Vries, FAJ Verstraten, ITC Hooge, JH Fabius, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2020
2020
Inhibition of return and the Oculomotor Decision process
J de Vries
OSF, 2019
2019
" Visual attention is not deployed at the endpoint of averaging saccades": Commentary.
S Van der Stigchel, J de Vries
Frontiers Media SA, 2018
2018
Revisiting the global effect and inhibition of return
FF Verstraten, J de Vries, I Hooge, S Van der Stigchel
Springer, 2016
2016
There is no attentional global effect: Attentional shifts are independent of
S Van der Stigchel, JP de Vries
2015
Dissecting the delay in the saccadic size-latency phenomenon.
J De Vries, M Harwood
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 747-747, 2014
2014
The long life of conspicuity: bottom-up factors play a role beyond the initial saccade.
J De Vries, S Van der Stigchel, I Hooge, F Verstraten
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 258-258, 2012
2012
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