Journal publications

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  • C.S. Qian and J.W. Brascamp (accepted) How to build a dichoptic presentation system that includes an eye tracker. Journal of Visualized Experiments

  • C.S. Qian, J.W. Brascamp and T. Liu (2017) On the functional order of binocular rivalry and blind spot filling-in. Vision Research, 136: 15-20.

  • J.W. Brascamp, P. Sterzer, R. Blake and T. Knapen (accepted) Multistable perception, and the role of frontoparietal cortex in perceptual inference. Annual Review of Psychology.

  • J.W. Brascamp and M. Naber (2016) Eye tracking under dichoptic viewing conditions: a practical solution. Behavior Research Methods, published online DOI 10.3758/s13428-016-0805-2.

  • K. Dieter, J.W. Brascamp, D. Tadin and R. Blake (2016) Does visual attention drive the dynamics of bistable perception? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 78(7): 1861-73.

  • T.H.J. Knapen, J.W. de Gee, J.W. Brascamp, S. Nuiten, S. Hoppenbrouwers and J. Theeuwes (2016) Cognitive and ocular factors jointly determine pupil responses under equiluminance. PLoS ONE, 11(5): e0155574.

  • G. Schauer, R. Kanai and J.W. Brascamp (2016) Parietal theta burst TMS: Functional fractionation observed during bistable perception not evident in attention tasks. Consciousness and Cognition, 40: 105-115.

  • M. Al-Dossari, R. Blake, J.W. Brascamp and A.W. Freeman (2015) Chronic and acute biases in perceptual stabilization. Journal of Vision, 15(16): 4, 1-11.

  • M. Naber and J.W. Brascamp (2015) Commentary: is the frontal lobe involved in conscious perception? Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 1736.

  • J.W. Brascamp, R. Blake and T.H.J. Knapen (2015) Negligible fronto-parietal BOLD activity accompanying unreportable switches in bistable perception. Nature Neuroscience, 18(11): 1672-8. [Watch video summary of paper here]

  • M.A.B. Brinkhuis, Á. Kristjánsson and J.W. Brascamp (2015) Evidence for distinct mechanisms underlying attentional priming and sensory memory for bistable perception. Journal of Vision, 15(11): 8, 1-15.

  • W. Kruijne, J.W. Brascamp, Á. Kristjánsson and M. Meeter (2015) Can a single short-term mechanism account for priming of pop-out? Vision Research, 115A: 17-22.

  • J.W. Brascamp, P.C. Klink, with a contribution from W.J.M. Levelt (2015) The 'laws' of binocular rivalry: 50 years of Levelt's propositions. Vision Research, 109: 20-37. [News article]

  • S. Gayet, J.W. Brascamp, S. van der Stigchel and C.L.E. Paffen (2015) Cogito ergo video: Task relevant information is involuntarily boosted into awareness. Journal of Vision, 15(5): 3, 1-18.

  • E. Yang, J.W. Brascamp, M.-S. Kang and R. Blake (2014) On the use of continuous flash suppression for the study of visual processing outside of awareness. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 724.

  • M. de Jong, J.W. Brascamp, C. Kemner, R. van Ee and F. Verstraten (2014) Implicit perceptual memory modulates early visual processing of ambiguous images. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(30): 9970-9981.

  • R. Blake, J.W. Brascamp and D.J. Heeger (2014) Can binocular rivalry reveal neural correlates of consciousness? Philosophical Transactions B., 369: 20130211.

  • J.W. Brascamp, H. Sohn, S.-H. Lee and R. Blake (2013) A monocular contribution to stimulus rivalry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 110(32): 8337-8344.

  • J.W. Brascamp and R. Blake (2012) Inattention abolishes binocular rivalry: perceptual evidence. Psychological Science, 23(10): 1159-1167. [F1000 Prime Recommendation by B. Cumming (2013). Watch video summary of paper here]

  • J.W. Brascamp, E. Pels and Á. Kristjánsson (2011) Priming of pop-out on multiple time scales in visual search. Vision Research, 51(17): 1972-1978.

  • T.H.J. Knapen, J.W. Brascamp, J. Pearson, R. van Ee and R. Blake (2011) The role of frontal and parietal brain areas in bistable perception. The Journal of Neuroscience, 31(28): 10293-10301.

  • J.W. Brascamp, R. Blake and Á. Kristjánsson (2011) Deciding where to attend: priming of pop-out drives target selection. JEP:HPP, 37(6): 1700-1707.

  • P.C. Klink, J.W. Brascamp, R. Blake and R.J.A. van Wezel (2010) Experience-driven plasticity in binocular vision. Current Biology, 20: 1-6.

  • J.W. Brascamp, J.J.A. van Boxtel, T.H.J. Knapen and R. Blake (2010) A dissociation of attention and awareness in phase sensitive but not phase insensitive visual channels. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(10): 2326-2344.

  • J.W. Brascamp, R. Kanai, V. Walsh and R. van Ee (2010) Human middle temporal cortex, perceptual bias, and perceptual memory for ambiguous three-dimensional motion. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30(2): 760-766.

  • T.H.J. Knapen, J.W. Brascamp, W.J. Adams and E.W. Graf (2009) The spatial scale of perceptual memory in ambiguous figure perception. Journal of Vision, 9(13):16, 1-12.

  • J.W. Brascamp, J. Pearson, R. Blake and A.V. van den Berg (2009) Intermittent ambiguous stimuli: implicit memory causes periodic perceptual alternations. Journal of Vision, 9(3):3, 1-23.

  • J. Pearson and J.W. Brascamp (2008) Sensory memory for ambiguous vision. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12(9): 334-341.

  • J.W. Brascamp, T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, A.J. Noest, R. van Ee and A.V. van den Berg (2008) Multi-timescale perceptual history resolves visual ambiguity. PLoS ONE, 3(1): e1497.

  • T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, J.W. Brascamp, J.J.A. van Boxtel and R. van Ee (2007) Distance in feature space determines exclusivity in visual rivalry. Vision Research, 47(26): 3269-3275.

  • J.W. Brascamp, T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, R. van Ee and A.V. van den Berg (2007) Flash suppression and flash facilitation in binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7(12):12, 1-12.

  • J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee, A.J. Noest, R.H.A.H. Jacobs and A.V. van den Berg (2006) The time course of binocular rivalry reveals a fundamental role of noise. Journal of Vision, 6(11): 1244-1256.

  • R. van Ee, A.J. Noest, J.W. Brascamp and A.V. van den Berg (2006) Attentional control over either of the two competing percepts of ambiguous stimuli revealed by a two-parameter analysis: Means don’t make the difference. Vision Research, 46(19): 3129-3141.

  • J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee, W. Pestman and A.V. van den Berg (2005) Distributions of alternation rates in various forms of bistable perception. Journal of Vision, 5(4): 287-298.

  • J. Grasman, J.W. Brascamp, J.L. van Leeuwen and B. van Putten (2003) The multifractal structure of arterial trees. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 220(1): 75-82.

Book chapters

  • J.W. Brascamp (2015) Binocular rivalry and other forms of visual bistability. In: Behavioural methods in consciousness research. M.S. Overgaard (ed.). Oxford University Press.

  • J.W. Brascamp and D.H. Baker (2013) Psychophysics of binocular rivalry. In: The constitution of consciousness. S.M. Miller (ed.). John Benjamins Publishing Company.

PhD thesis

  • J.W. Brascamp (2008) Perception of ambiguous images within temporal context. pdf

Publications in popular media

  • J.W. Brascamp (2009) Invloeden van onbewust geheugen op visuele waarneming [Influences of implicit memory on visual perception]. Tijdschrift voor Neuropsychiatrie en Gedragsneurologie, 8(5): 115-118.