Jasper Fabius

Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
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Böing S, Fabius JH, Hakkenberg M, et al. (2023) More (corrective) consecutive saccades after a lesion to the posterior parietal cortex. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Fabius JH, Fracasso A, Deodato M, et al. (2023) Bilateral increase in MEG planar gradients prior to saccade onset. Scientific Reports. 13: 5830
Fabius JH, Moravkova K, Fracasso A. (2022) Topographic organization of eye-position dependent gain fields in human visual cortex. Nature Communications. 13: 7925
Battaglia S, Fabius JH, Moravkova K, et al. (2022) The Neurobiological Correlates of Gaze Perception in Healthy Individuals and Neurologic Patients. Biomedicines. 10
Fabius JH, Van der Stigchel S. (2021) Vision while the eyes move: Getting the full picture. Science Advances. 7
de Vries JP, Verstraten FAJ, Hooge ITC, et al. (2020) Inhibition of return in the oculomotor decision process: Dissociating visual target discrimination from saccade readiness delays. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Fabius JH, Fracasso A, Acunzo DJ, et al. (2020) Low-level visual information is maintained across saccades, allowing for a postsaccadic hand-off between visual areas. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Van der Stigchel S, Schut MJ, Fabius J, et al. (2020) Transsaccadic perception is affected by saccade landing point deviations after saccadic adaptation. Journal of Vision. 20: 8
Ding Y, Naber M, Paffen CLE, et al. (2020) Saccades reset the priority of visual information to access awareness. Vision Research. 173: 1-6
Fabius JH, Nijboer TCW, Fracasso A, et al. (2020) Intra-saccadic displacement sensitivity after a lesion to the posterior parietal cortex. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 127: 108-119
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