Joanne Van Slooten
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Reinforcement of perceptual inference: Reward and punishment alter conscious visual perception during binocular rivalry
G Wilbertz, J van Slooten, P Sterzer
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1377, 2014
252014
How pupil responses track value-based decision-making during and after reinforcement learning
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
PLoS computational biology 14 (11), e1006632, 2018
192018
Individual differences in eye blink rate predict both transient and tonic pupil responses during reversal learning
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
PloS one 12 (9), e0185665, 2017
92017
Spontaneous eye blink rate predicts individual differences in exploration and exploitation during reinforcement learning
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, J Theeuwes
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
72019
Pupil responses as indicators of value-based decision-making
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
bioRxiv, 302166, 2018
32018
The Eye as a Window to Cognition: Pupil Dilations and Blink Rate as Measures of Value-Based Learning and Decision-Making
JC van Slooten
2020
Correction: How pupil responses track value-based decision-making during and after reinforcement learning
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
PLoS computational biology 15 (5), e1007031, 2019
2019
How pupil responses track value-based decision-making during and after reinforcement learning (vol 14, e1006632, 2018).
JC Van Slooten, S Jahfari, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY 15 (5), 2019
2019
Through the eyes, fast and slow: behaviourally relevant pupil responses on separate timescales
J Van Slooten, T Knapen, J Theeuwes
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 85-85, 2016
2016
Does punishment influence conscious visual perception? A study of binocular rivalry using operant conditioning
J van Slooten, G Wilbertz, P Sterzer
Perception ECVP abstract 42, 180-180, 2013
2013
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