Lee de-Wit
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Precise minds in uncertain worlds: predictive coding in autism.
S Van de Cruys, K Evers, R Van der Hallen, L Van Eylen, B Boets, ...
Psychological review 121 (4), 649, 2014
Predictive coding and the neural response to predictable stimuli
L de-Wit, B Machilsen, T Putzeys
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (26), 8702-8703, 2010
Is neuroimaging measuring information in the brain?
L de-Wit, D Alexander, V Ekroll, J Wagemans
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (5), 1415-1428, 2016
Bi-stable Gestalts reduce activity in the whole of V1 not just the retinotopically predicted parts
L de-Wit, J Kubilius, J Wagemans, H Op de Beeck
Journal of Vision 12 (11), 1-14, 2012
Weak Priors versus Overfitting of Predictions in Autism: Reply to Pellicano and Burr (TICS, 2012)
S Van de Cruys, L de-Wit, K Evers, B Boets, J Wagemans
i-Perception 4 (2), 95-97, 2013
A message in the medium? Assessing the reliability of psychopathology e-questionnaires
SR Jones, C Fernyhough, L De-Wit, E Meins
Personality and Individual Differences 44 (2), 349-359, 2008
Perceptual wholes can reduce the conscious accessibility of their parts
E Poljac, L de-Wit, J Wagemans
Cognition 123 (2), 308-312, 2012
The Leuven Perceptual Organization Screening Test (L-POST), an online test to assess mid-level visual perception
K Torfs, K Vancleef, C Lafosse, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
Behavior Research Methods 46 (2), 472-487, 2014
A new spin on the Wheel of Fortune: priming of action-authorship judgements and relation to psychosis-like experiences
SR Jones, L de-Wit, C Fernyhough, E Meins
Consciousness and Cognition 17 (3), 576-586, 2008
Individual differences in local and global perceptual organization
L de-Wit, J Wagemans
The oxford handbook of perceptual organization, 713-735, 2015
Causal events enter awareness faster than non-causal events
P Moors, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
PeerJ 5, e2932, 2017
No evidence for surface organization in Kanizsa configurations during continuous flash suppression
P Moors, J Wagemans, R van Ee, L de-Wit
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (3), 902-914, 2016
Moving stimuli are less effectively masked using traditional continuous flash suppression (CFS) compared to a moving mondrian mask (MMM): A test case for feature-selective …
P Moors, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
PLoS One 9 (5), e98298, 2014
Object-based attention and visual area LO
LH de-Wit, RW Kentridge, AD Milner
Neuropsychologia 47 (6), 1483-1490, 2009
Brief report: Reduced grouping interference in children with ASD: Evidence from a multiple object tracking task
K Evers, L de-Wit, R Van der Hallen, B Haesen, J Steyaert, I Noens, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (7), 1779-1787, 2014
Developing the Leuven Embedded Figures Test (L-EFT): testing the stimulus features that influence embedding
L De-Wit, H Huygelier, R Van der Hallen, R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
PeerJ 5, e2862, 2017
Shape processing area LO and illusory contours
LH de-Wit, RW Kentridge, AD Milner
Perception 38 (8), 1260-1263, 2009
Reliability and validity of the L euven Perceptual Organization Screening Test (L‐POST)
K Vancleef, E Acke, K Torfs, N Demeyere, C Lafosse, G Humphreys, ...
Journal of neuropsychology 9 (2), 271-298, 2015
Suppressed Visual Looming Stimuli are Not Integrated with Auditory Looming Signals: Evidence from Continuous Fash Suppression
P Moors, H Huygelier, J Wagemans, L de-Wit, R van Ee
i-Perception 6 (1), 48-62, 2015
Multiple object tracking reveals object-based grouping interference in children with ASD
R Van der Hallen, K Evers, L de-Wit, J Steyaert, I Noens, J Wagemans
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 48 (4), 1341-1349, 2018
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