Jonathan van Leeuwen
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Perceptual integration without conscious access
JJ Fahrenfort, J van Leeuwen, CNL Olivers, H Hogendoorn
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (14), 3744-3749, 2017
392017
Forget binning and get SMART: Getting more out of the time-course of response data
J van Leeuwen, JBJ Smeets, AV Belopolsky
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-12, 2019
112019
Distractor displacements during saccades are reflected in the time-course of saccade curvature
J van Leeuwen, AV Belopolsky
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 2469, 2018
72018
Spatiotopic and saccade-specific transsaccadic memory for object detail
L Grzeczkowski, J van Leeuwen, AV Belopolsky, H Deubel
Journal of Vision 20 (7), 2-2, 2020
32020
Change blindness is influenced by both contrast energy and subjective importance within local regions of the image
W Zuiderbaan, J van Leeuwen, SO Dumoulin
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1718, 2017
32017
Alpha-band and raw EEG reflect distinct maintenance mechanisms during working memory
J Fahrenfort, J van Leeuwen, J Foster, E Awh, C Olivers
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 711-711, 2016
2*2016
Detection of object displacement during a saccade is prioritized by the oculomotor system
J van Leeuwen, AV Belopolsky
Journal of vision 19 (11), 11-11, 2019
12019
Rapid spatial oculomotor updating across saccades is malleable
J van Leeuwen, AV Belopolsky
Vision Research 178, 60-69, 2020
2020
Accessing Transsaccadic Memory by Post-Saccadic Blanking
L Grzeczkowski, J van Leeuwen, AV Belopolsky, H Deubel
PERCEPTION 48, 200-200, 2019
2019
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