Roger Koenig-Robert

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2015- Psychology, The University of New South Wales 
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Koenig-Robert R, Pearson J. (2021) Why do imagery and perception look and feel so different? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 376: 20190703
Koenig-Robert R, Pearson J. (2020) Decoding Nonconscious Thought Representations during Successful Thought Suppression. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Gordon N, Tsuchiya N, Koenig-Robert R, et al. (2019) Expectation and attention increase the integration of top-down and bottom-up signals in perception through different pathways. Plos Biology. 17: e3000233
Kwok EL, Leys G, Koenig-Robert R, et al. (2019) Measuring Thought-Control Failure: Sensory Mechanisms and Individual Differences. Psychological Science. 956797619837204
Koenig-Robert R, Pearson J. (2019) Decoding the contents and strength of imagery before volitional engagement. Scientific Reports. 9: 3504
Gordon N, Koenig-Robert R, Tsuchiya N, et al. (2017) Neural markers of predictive coding under perceptual uncertainty revealed with Hierarchical Frequency Tagging. Elife. 6
Gordon N, Koenig-Robert R, Tsuchiya N, et al. (2017) Author response: Neural markers of predictive coding under perceptual uncertainty revealed with Hierarchical Frequency Tagging Elife
Koenig-Robert R, VanRullen R, Tsuchiya N. (2015) Semantic Wavelet-Induced Frequency-Tagging (SWIFT) Periodically Activates Category Selective Areas While Steadily Activating Early Visual Areas. Plos One. 10: e0144858
Koenig-Robert R, VanRullen R. (2013) SWIFT: a novel method to track the neural correlates of recognition. Neuroimage. 81: 273-82
Koenig-Robert R, VanRullen R. (2012) Semantic Wavelet-Induced Frequency Tagging (SWIFT) tracks perceptual awareness alternations in an all-or-none fashion. Journal of Vision. 12: 114-114
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