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Roelfsema Group

P.R. Roelfsema Attention - Voluntary control of brain cells. Science Magazine 332 (2011) 1512-1513 Download

Roelfsema Group

A. Wannig, L. Stanisor, P.R. Roelfsema Automatic spread of attentional response modulation along Gestalt criteria in primary visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience 14 (2011) 1243-1244 Download

Roelfsema Group

C.N. Olivers, J.C. Peters, R. Houtkamp, P.R. Roelfsema Different states in visual working memory: when it guides attention and when it does not. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 15 (2011) 327-334 Download

Roelfsema Group

P.R. Roelfsema, R. Houtkamp Incremental grouping of image elements in vision. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 73 (2011) 2542-2572 Download

Roelfsema Group

P. Dario, P.F.M.J. Verschure, T. Prescott, G. Cheng, G. Sandini, R. Cingolani, R. Dillmann, D. Floreano, C. Leroux, S. MacNeil, P.R. Roelfsema, X. Verykios, A. Bicchi, C. Melhuish, A. Albu-Schaffer Robot companions for citizens. The European future technologies conference and exhibition 2011. Procedia Computer Science 7 (2011) 47-51 Download

Van Someren Group, Roelfsema Group

E.J.W. van Someren, Y.D. van der Werf, P.R. Roelfsema, H.D. Mansvelder, F.H. Lopes da Silva Slow brain oscillations of sleep, resting state, and vigilance. Progress in Brain Research 193 (2011) 3-15 Download

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C. Lefebre, R. Dell'acqua, P.R. Roelfsema, P. Jolicoeur Surfing the attentional waves during visual curve tracing: evidence from the sustained posterior contralateral negativity. Psychophysiology 48 (2011) 1510-1516 Download

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A. Zylberberg, S. Dehaene, P.R. Roelfsema, M. Sigman The human Turing machine: a neural framework for mental programs. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 15 (2011) 293-300 Download

Roelfsema Group

M.W. Self, P.R. Roelfsema A monocular, unconscious form of visual attention. Journal of Vision 10 (2010) 1-23 Download

Roelfsema Group

P.R. Roelfsema, R. Houtkamp, I.V. Korjoukov Further evidence for the spread of attention during contur grouping: a reply to Crundall, Dewhurst, and Underwood (2008). Attention Perception and Psychophysics 72 (2010) 849-862 Download

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S. Moro, M. Tolboom, P.S. Khayat, P.R. Roelfsema Neuronal activity in the visual cortex reveals the temporal order of cognitive operations. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (2010) 16293-16303 Download

Roelfsema Group

R. Houtkamp, P.R. Roelfsema Parallel and serial grouping of image elements in visual perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (2010) 1443-1459 Download

Roelfsema Group, De Zeeuw Group

J.H. Fecteau, P.R. Roelfsema, C.I. De Zeeuw, S. Kousta Perceptual learning, motor learning, and automaticity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14 (2010) 1 Download

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P.R. Roelfsema, A. Van Ooyen, T. Watanabe Perceptual learning rules based on reinforcers and attention. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14 (2010) 64-71 Download

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A. Pooresmaeili, J. Poort, A. Thiele, P.R. Roelfsema Separable codes for attention and luminance contrast in the primary visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (2010) 12701-12711 Download

Roelfsema Group

A. Pooresmaeili, J.L Herrero, M.W. Self, P.R. Roelfsema, A. Thiele Suppressive lateral interactions at parafoveal representations in primary visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 30 (2010) 12745-12758 Download

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A. Zylberberg, D. Fernandez-Slezak, P.R. Roelfsema, S. Dehaene, M. Sigman The brain's router: a cortical network model of serial processing in the primate brain. PLoS Computational Biology 6 (2010) 1000765

Roelfsema Group

A. Thiele, A. Pooresmaeili, L.S. Delicato, J.L Herrero, P.R. Roelfsema Additive effects of attention and stimulus contrast in primary visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex 19 (2009) 2970-2981 Download

Roelfsema Group

J.H. Fecteau, I.V. Korjoukov, P.R. Roelfsema Location and color biases have different influences on selective attention. Vision Research 49 (2009) 996-1005 Download

Roelfsema Group

R. Houtkamp, P.R. Roelfsema Matching of visual input to only one item at any one time. Psychological Research 73 (2009) 317-326 Download

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