Lee H. de-Wit, Ph.D.

Psychology Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
Vision, attention, action
"Lee de-Wit"
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Moors P, Wagemans J, de-Wit L. (2016) Faces in commonly experienced configurations enter awareness faster due to their curvature relative to fixation. Peerj. 4: e1565
Moors P, Wagemans J, van Ee R, et al. (2015) No evidence for surface organization in Kanizsa configurations during continuous flash suppression. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Van der Hallen R, Evers K, de-Wit L, et al. (2015) Multiple Object Tracking Reveals Object-Based Grouping Interference in Children with ASD. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Van de Cruys S, Evers K, Van der Hallen R, et al. (2014) Precise minds in uncertain worlds: predictive coding in autism. Psychological Review. 121: 649-75
de-Wit L, Schwarzkopf DS. (2014) Do we need another neural correlate of contour integration? I-Perception. 5: 50-2
Vancleef K, Acke E, Torfs K, et al. (2014) Reliability and validity of the Leuven Perceptual Organization Screening Test (L-POST). Journal of Neuropsychology
Moors P, Wagemans J, de-Wit L. (2014) Moving stimuli are less effectively masked using traditional continuous flash suppression (CFS) compared to a moving Mondrian mask (MMM): a test case for feature-selective suppression and retinotopic adaptation. Plos One. 9: e98298
Evers K, de-Wit L, Van der Hallen R, et al. (2014) Brief report: Reduced grouping interference in children with ASD: evidence from a Multiple Object Tracking Task. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 44: 1779-87
Torfs K, Vancleef K, Lafosse C, et al. (2014) The Leuven Perceptual Organization Screening Test (L-POST), an online test to assess mid-level visual perception. Behavior Research Methods. 46: 472-87
de-Wit LH, Kubilius J, Op de Beeck HP, et al. (2013) Configural Gestalts remain nothing more than the sum of their parts in visual agnosia. I-Perception. 4: 493-7
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