Chris Paffen

Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Experimental Psychology
"Chris Paffen"
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David Alais grad student 2001-2005 University of Sydney (Neurotree)
Susan te Pas grad student 2001-2005 Utrecht
Frans AJ Verstraten grad student 2001-2005 Utrecht (Neurotree)


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Sjoerd Stuit grad student 2009- Utrecht
Surya Gayet grad student 2012-2017 Utrecht (Neurotree)


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David Alais collaborator 2004- University of Sydney (Neurotree)
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Sahakian A, Gayet S, Paffen CLE, et al. (2024) Action consequences guide the use of visual working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Sahakian A, Gayet S, Paffen CLE, et al. (2023) Mountains of memory in a sea of uncertainty: Sampling the external world despite useful information in visual working memory. Cognition. 234: 105381
Stuit SM, Paffen CLE, Van der Stigchel S. (2023) Prioritization of emotional faces is not driven by emotional content. Scientific Reports. 13: 549
Gayet S, Sahakian A, Paffen CLE, et al. (2022) No evidence for social factors in the overestimation of individuals from minority groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2214740119
Alais D, Keys R, Verstraten FAJ, et al. (2021) Vestibular and active self-motion signals drive visual perception in binocular rivalry. Iscience. 24: 103417
Paffen CLE, Sahakian A, Struiksma ME, et al. (2021) Unpredictive linguistic verbal cues accelerate congruent visual targets into awareness in a breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
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
Ding Y, Naber M, Paffen C, et al. (2020) The priority for access to awareness of information matching VWM is mirror-invariant. Cognition. 206: 104463
Naber M, Stuit S, De Kloe Y, et al. (2020) Adaptation to transients disrupts spatial coherence in binocular rivalry. Scientific Reports. 10: 8673
Ding Y, Naber M, Paffen CLE, et al. (2020) Saccades reset the priority of visual information to access awareness. Vision Research. 173: 1-6
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