Surya Gayet
Surya Gayet
Assistant Professor at Utrecht University
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Breaking continuous flash suppression: Competing for consciousness on the pre-semantic battlefield
S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 460, 2014
Information matching the content of visual working memory is prioritized for conscious access
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Psychological science 24 (12), 2472-2480, 2013
Visual input signaling threat gains preferential access to awareness in a breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, AV Belopolsky, J Theeuwes, S Van der Stigchel
Cognition 149, 77-83, 2016
Visual working memory storage recruits sensory processing areas
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (3), 189-190, 2018
Visual working memory enhances the neural response to matching visual input
S Gayet, M Guggenmos, TB Christophel, JD Haynes, CLE Paffen, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (28), 6638-6647, 2017
Between-subject variability in the breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm: Potential causes, consequences, and solutions
S Gayet, T Stein
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 437, 2017
Three criteria for evaluating high-level processing in continuous flash suppression
P Moors, S Gayet, N Hedger, T Stein, P Sterzer, R van Ee, J Wagemans, ...
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23 (4), 267-269, 2019
Assessing the generalizability of eye dominance across binocular rivalry, onset rivalry, and continuous flash suppression
Y Ding, M Naber, S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Journal of Vision 18 (6), 6, 2018
Visual input that matches the content of visual working memory requires less (not faster) evidence sampling to reach conscious access
S Gayet, L van Maanen, M Heilbron, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of vision 16 (11), 26, 2016
Essential considerations for exploring visual working memory storage in the human brain
P Iamshchinina, TB Christophel, S Gayet, RL Rademaker
Visual Cognition 29 (7), 425-436, 2021
Perception of action-outcomes is shaped by life-long and contextual expectations
M Dogge, R Custers, S Gayet, H Hoijtink, H Aarts
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 5225, 2019
Unconscious processing of facial dominance: The role of low-level factors in access to awareness
T Stein, D Awad, S Gayet, MV Peelen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 172 (11), e1-e13, 2018
Seeing is believing: Utilization of subliminal symbols requires a visible relevant context
S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 489-507, 2014
Preparatory attention incorporates contextual expectations
S Gayet, MV Peelen
Current Biology 32 (3), 687-692, 2022
Competitive interactions in visual working memory drive access to awareness
D van Moorselaar, S Gayet, CLE Paffen, J Theeuwes, S Van der Stigchel, ...
Cortex 102, 6-13, 2018
The danger of interpreting detection differences between image categories (a brief comment on Gomes, Soares, Silva, & Silva, 2018)
S Gayet, T Stein, MV Peelen
Emotion, 2019
The influence of action-effect anticipation on bistable perception: Differences between onset rivalry and ambiguous motion
M Dogge, S Gayet, R Custers, H Aarts
Neuroscience of Consciousness 2018 (1), niy004, 2018
Remapping high-capacity, pre-attentive, fragile sensory memory
P Zerr, S Gayet, K Mulder, Y Pinto, I Sligte, S Van der Stigchel
Scientific Reports 7 (15940), 2017
Mountains of memory in a sea of uncertainty: Sampling the external world despite useful information in visual working memory
A Sahakian, S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Cognition 234, 105381, 2023
Cogito ergo video: Task-relevant information is involuntarily boosted into awareness
S Gayet, JW Brascamp, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Journal of vision 15 (5), 3, 2015
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