Sjoerd Stuit

Experimental Psychology/Helmholtz Institute Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Visual Perception
"Sjoerd Stuit"
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Chris Paffen grad student 2009- Utrecht
Maarten J. van der Smagt grad student 2009-2013 Utrecht
Frans AJ Verstraten grad student 2009-2013 Utrecht (Neurotree)
Randolph Blake research scientist Utrecht (Neurotree)
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Stuit SM, Paffen CLE, Van der Stigchel S. (2023) Prioritization of emotional faces is not driven by emotional content. Scientific Reports. 13: 549
Naber M, Stuit S, De Kloe Y, et al. (2020) Adaptation to transients disrupts spatial coherence in binocular rivalry. Scientific Reports. 10: 8673
Stuit S, Van der Stigchel S. (2018) Dealing with dynamic masks: Interocular image similarity delays access to awareness during continuous flash suppression Journal of Vision. 18: 946
Stuit S, Brascamp J, Barendregt M, et al. (2017) Image-based and eye-based influences on binocular rivalry have similar spatial profiles. Journal of Vision. 17: 14
Stuit S, Barendregt M, te Pas S. (2017) Access to awareness and semantic categories: low-level image properties drive access to awarenes Journal of Vision. 17: 147
Holten V, Stuit SM, Verstraten FA, et al. (2016) Grouping of optic flow stimuli during binocular rivalry is driven by monocular information. Vision Research. 127: 84-91
Stuit S, Barendregt M, Smagt M, et al. (2016) Similar spatial decencies for image- and eye-based integration during binocular rivalry Journal of Vision. 16: 1206
Holten V, Donker SF, Stuit SM, et al. (2015) Visual directional anisotropy does not mirror the directional anisotropy apparent in postural sway. Perception. 44: 477-89
Holten V, Stuit S, Verstraten F, et al. (2015) Grouping of optic flow stimuli is driven by monocular information. Journal of Vision. 15: 271
Patel V, Stuit S, Blake R. (2015) Individual differences in the temporal dynamics of binocular rivalry and stimulus rivalry. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22: 476-82
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