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Charles de Weert

Affiliations: 
Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands 
Area:
Psychophysics
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Koning A, de Weert CM, van Lier R. (2008) At first glance, transparency enhances assimilation. Perception. 37: 1434-42
De Wit TC, De Weert CM, van Lier R. (2005) Luminance edges are not necessary for visual completion. Perception & Psychophysics. 67: 1280-8
de Weert CM, Snoeren PR, Koning A. (2005) Interactions between binocular rivalry and Gestalt formation. Vision Research. 45: 2571-9
van Lier R, de Weert CM. (2003) Intra- and interocular colour-specific activation during dichoptic suppression. Vision Research. 43: 1111-6
Puts MJH, de Weert CMM. (2003) Temporal aspects of global form perception Journal of Vision. 3: 241a
de Weert CM, van Kruysbergen NA. (1997) Assimilation: central and peripheral effects. Perception. 26: 1217-24
Puts MJH, De Weert CMM. (1997) Does colour influence subitization? Acta Psychologica. 97: 71-78
De Weert CM, Spillmann L. (1995) Assimilation: asymmetry between brightness and darkness? Vision Research. 35: 1413-9
van Kruysbergen NA, de Weert CM. (1994) Aftereffects of apparent motion: the existence of an AND-type binocular system in human vision. Perception. 23: 1069-83
Stalmeier PFM, de Weert CMM. (1994) On the conditions affecting the contribution of color to brightness perception Color Research and Application. 19: 192-201
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