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Henk van der Tweel grad student 1966 Medical Physics, University of Amsterdam
 (Analysis of E.E.G. responses in man: evoked by sine wave modulated light)

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Colin Blakemore collaborator 1994-1997 Amsterdam
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de Haan AB, Willekens B, Klooster J, et al. (2006) The prenatal development of the human orbit. Strabismus. 14: 51-6
Scholte HS, Witteveen SC, Spekreijse H, et al. (2006) The influence of inattention on the neural correlates of scene segmentation. Brain Research. 1076: 106-15
Khayat PS, Spekreijse H, Roelfsema PR. (2006) Attention lights up new object representations before the old ones fade away. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 138-42
van der Togt C, Kalitzin S, Spekreijse H, et al. (2006) Synchrony dynamics in monkey V1 predict success in visual detection. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 16: 136-48
Roelfsema PR, Spekreijse H. (2005) Binding contour segments into spatially extended objects Neurobiology of Attention. 288-295
Khayat PS, Spekreijse H, Roelfsema PR. (2004) Visual information transfer across eye movements in the monkey. Vision Research. 44: 2901-17
Landman R, Spekreijse H, Lamme VA. (2004) Relationship between change detection and pre-change [corrected] activity in visual area V1. Neuroreport. 15: 2211-4
Roelfsema PR, Lamme VA, Spekreijse H. (2004) Synchrony and covariation of firing rates in the primary visual cortex during contour grouping. Nature Neuroscience. 7: 982-91
Khayat PS, Spekreijse H, Roelfsema PR. (2004) Correlates of transsaccadic integration in the primary visual cortex of the monkey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 12712-7
Landman R, Spekreijse H, Lamme VA. (2004) The role of figure-ground segregation in change blindness. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 11: 254-61
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