Stefan Van der Stigchel
Stefan Van der Stigchel
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PyGaze: An open-source, cross-platform toolbox for minimal-effort programming of eyetracking experiments
ES Dalmaijer, S Mathôt, S Van der Stigchel
Behavior research methods 46 (4), 913-921, 2014
Eye movement trajectories and what they tell us
S Van der Stigchel, M Meeter, J Theeuwes
Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews 30 (5), 666-679, 2006
Faces capture attention: Evidence from inhibition of return
J Theeuwes, S Van der Stigchel
Visual Cognition 13 (6), 657-665, 2006
A review on eye movement studies in childhood and adolescent psychiatry
NNJ Rommelse, S Van der Stigchel, JA Sergeant
Brain and cognition 68 (3), 391-414, 2008
Spreading the sparing: Against a limited-capacity account of the attentional blink
CNL Olivers, S Van Der Stigchel, J Hulleman
Psychological research 71 (2), 126-139, 2007
Safe and sensible preprocessing and baseline correction of pupil-size data
S Mathôt, J Fabius, E Van Heusden, S Van der Stigchel
Behavior research methods 50 (1), 94-106, 2018
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
Examining the influence of task set on eye movements and fixations
M Mills, A Hollingworth, S Van der Stigchel, L Hoffman, MD Dodd
Journal of vision 11 (8), 17-17, 2011
A competitive integration model of exogenous and endogenous eye movements
M Meeter, S Van der Stigchel, J Theeuwes
Biological cybernetics 102 (4), 271-291, 2010
Attentional SNARC: There’s something special about numbers (let us count the ways)
MD Dodd, S Van der Stigchel, MA Leghari, G Fung, A Kingstone
Cognition 108 (3), 810-818, 2008
New light on the mind’s eye: The pupillary light response as active vision
S Mathôt, S Van der Stigchel
Current directions in psychological science 24 (5), 374-378, 2015
The limits of top-down control of visual attention
S Van der Stigchel, AV Belopolsky, JC Peters, JG Wijnen, M Meeter, ...
Acta psychologica 132 (3), 201-212, 2009
You do not find your own face faster; you just look at it longer
C Devue, S Van der Stigchel, S Brédart, J Theeuwes
Cognition 111 (1), 114-122, 2009
Relation between saccade trajectories and spatial distractor locations
S Van der Stigchel, J Theeuwes
Cognitive Brain Research 25 (2), 579-582, 2005
Novelty is not always the best policy: Inhibition of return and facilitation of return as a function of visual task
MD Dodd, S Van der Stigchel, A Hollingworth
Psychological Science 20 (3), 333-339, 2009
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
Early and late modulation of saccade deviations by target distractor similarity
M Mulckhuyse, S Van der Stigchel, J Theeuwes
Journal of Neurophysiology 102 (3), 1451-1458, 2009
Recent advances in the study of saccade trajectory deviations
S Van der Stigchel
Vision research 50 (17), 1619-1627, 2010
Our eyes deviate away from a location where a distractor is expected to appear
S Van der Stigchel, J Theeuwes
Experimental Brain Research 169 (3), 338-349, 2006
Cueing the location of a distractor: An inhibitory mechanism of spatial attention?
J Munneke, S Van der Stigchel, J Theeuwes
Acta Psychologica 129 (1), 101-107, 2008
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