Chris Paffen

Affiliations: 
Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Area:
Experimental Psychology
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David Alais grad student 2001-2005 University of Sydney
Susan te Pas grad student 2001-2005 Utrecht
Frans AJ Verstraten grad student 2001-2005 Utrecht

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Sjoerd Stuit grad student 2009- Utrecht
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Ding Y, Paffen CLE, Naber M, et al. (2019) Visual working memory and saliency independently influence the priority for access to visual awareness. Journal of Vision. 19: 9
Maarseveen J, Paffen CLE, Verstraten FAJ, et al. (2019) The duration aftereffect does not reflect adaptation to perceived duration. Plos One. 14: e0213163
Ding Y, Naber M, Gayet S, et al. (2018) Assessing the generalizability of eye dominance across binocular rivalry, onset rivalry, and continuous flash suppression. Journal of Vision. 18: 6
Klein BP, Fracasso A, van Dijk JA, et al. (2018) Cortical depth dependent population receptive field attraction by spatial attention in human V1. Neuroimage
Maarseveen J, Hogendoorn H, Verstraten FAJ, et al. (2018) Attention Gates the Selective Encoding of Duration. Scientific Reports. 8: 2522
Maarseveen J, Paffen CLE, Verstraten FAJ, et al. (2017) Representing dynamic stimulus information during occlusion. Vision Research
Kanai R, Dalmaijer ES, Sherman MT, et al. (2017) Larger Stimuli Require Longer Processing Time for Perception. Perception. 46: 605-623
Otten M, Pinto Y, Paffen CL, et al. (2017) The Uniformity Illusion. Psychological Science. 28: 56-68
Maarseveen J, Hogendoorn H, Verstraten FA, et al. (2017) An investigation of the spatial selectivity of the duration after-effect. Vision Research. 130: 67-75
Klein BP, Paffen CL, Pas SF, et al. (2016) Predicting bias in perceived position using attention field models. Journal of Vision. 16: 15
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