Jeroen J.A. van Boxtel
Jeroen J.A. van Boxtel
Associate Professor, University of Canberra
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Consciousness and attention: on sufficiency and necessity
JJA Van Boxtel, N Tsuchiya, C Koch
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 217, 2010
Multisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selection
R Van Ee, JJA Van Boxtel, AL Parker, D Alais
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (37), 11641-11649, 2009
Depth perception by the active observer
M Wexler, JJA Van Boxtel
Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (9), 431-438, 2005
Opposing effects of attention and consciousness on afterimages
JJA Van Boxtel, N Tsuchiya, C Koch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (19), 8883-8888, 2010
A predictive coding perspective on autism spectrum disorders
JJA Van Boxtel, H Lu
Frontiers in psychology 4, 19, 2013
The confidence database
D Rahnev, K Desender, ALF Lee, WT Adler, D Aguilar-Lleyda, B Akdoğan, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (3), 317-325, 2020
Attending to auditory signals slows visual alternations in binocular rivalry
D Alais, JJ van Boxtel, A Parker, R van Ee
Vision research 50 (10), 929-935, 2010
Impaired global, and compensatory local, biological motion processing in people with high levels of autistic traits
JJA Van Boxtel, H Lu
Frontiers in psychology 4, 209, 2013
A biological motion toolbox for reading, displaying, and manipulating motion capture data in research settings
JJA Van Boxtel, H Lu
Journal of vision 13 (12), 7-7, 2013
Neural markers of predictive coding under perceptual uncertainty revealed with Hierarchical Frequency Tagging
N Gordon, R Koenig-Robert, N Tsuchiya, JJA Van Boxtel, J Hohwy
elife 6, e22749, 2017
Individual differences in high-level biological motion tasks correlate with autistic traits
JJA van Boxtel, Y Peng, J Su, H Lu
Vision research 141, 136-144, 2017
Intact recognition, but attenuated adaptation, for biological motion in youth with autism spectrum disorder
JJA van Boxtel, M Dapretto, H Lu
Autism Research 9 (10), 1103-1113, 2016
Removal of monocular interactions equates rivalry behavior for monocular, binocular, and stimulus rivalries
JJA van Boxtel, T Knapen, CJ Erkelens, R van Ee
Journal of Vision 8 (15), 13-13, 2008
Retinotopic and non-retinotopic stimulus encoding in binocular rivalry and the involvement of feedback
JJA van Boxtel, D Alais, R Van Ee
Journal of Vision 8 (5), 17-17, 2008
Dichoptic masking and binocular rivalry share common perceptual dynamics
JJA Van Boxtel, R Van Ee, CJ Erkelens
Journal of Vision 7 (14), 3-3, 2007
A dissociation of attention and awareness in phase-sensitive but not phase-insensitive visual channels
JW Brascamp, JJA Van Boxtel, THJ Knapen, R Blake
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (10), 2326-2344, 2010
Conscious machines: Defining questions
O Carter, J Hohwy, J Van Boxtel, V Lamme, N Block, C Koch, N Tsuchiya
Science 359 (6374), 400-400, 2018
Conscious access in the near absence of attention: critical extensions on the dual-task paradigm
J Matthews, P Schröder, L Kaunitz, JJA Van Boxtel, N Tsuchiya
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Distance in feature space determines exclusivity in visual rivalry
T Knapen, R Kanai, J Brascamp, J van Boxtel, R van Ee
Vision research 47 (26), 3269-3275, 2007
From intermodulation components to visual perception and cognition-a review
N Gordon, J Hohwy, MJ Davidson, JJA van Boxtel, N Tsuchiya
NeuroImage 199, 480-494, 2019
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