Surya Gayet

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 
Visual working memory, visual search, consciousness, visual awareness
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Aarts E, Akkerman A, Altgassen M, et al. (2022) Correction: Protocol of the Healthy Brain Study: An accessible resource for understanding the human brain and how it dynamically and individually operates in its bio-social context. Plos One. 17: e0267071
Gayet S, Peelen MV. (2021) Preparatory attention incorporates contextual expectations. Current Biology : Cb
Zerr P, Gayet S, van den Esschert F, et al. (2021) The development of retro-cue benefits with extensive practice: Implications for capacity estimation and attentional states in visual working memory. Memory & Cognition
Ding Y, Naber M, Paffen C, et al. (2020) How retaining objects containing multiple features in visual working memory regulates the priority for access to visual awareness. Consciousness and Cognition. 87: 103057
Gayet S, Guggenmos M, Christophel TB, et al. (2020) No evidence for mnemonic modulation of interocularly suppressed visual input. Neuroimage. 116801
Zerr P, Gayet S, Van der Stigchel S. (2020) Retro-cue benefits across time Journal of Vision. 20: 689
Gayet S, Peelen MV. (2019) Scenes Modulate Object Processing Before Interacting With Memory Templates. Psychological Science. 956797619869905
Dogge M, Custers R, Gayet S, et al. (2019) Perception of action-outcomes is shaped by life-long and contextual expectations. Scientific Reports. 9: 5225
Gayet S, Moorselaar DV, Olivers CNL, et al. (2019) Prospectively reinstated memory drives conscious access of matching visual input. Scientific Reports. 9: 4793
Gayet S, Stein T, Peelen MV. (2019) The danger of interpreting detection differences between image categories: A brief comment on "Mind the snake: Fear detection relies on low spatial frequencies" (Gomes, Soares, Silva, & Silva, 2018). Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
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