Damian Koevoet
Damian Koevoet
PhD Candidate, Experimental Psychology, Helmholtz Institute,Utrecht University
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Catecholaminergic and cholinergic neuromodulation in autism spectrum disorder: A comparison to attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
D Koevoet, PKH Deschamps, JL Kenemans
Frontiers in Neuroscience 16, 1078586, 2023
Differential aspects of attention predict the depth of visual working memory encoding: Evidence from pupillometry
D Koevoet, M Naber, C Strauch, RS Somai, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Vision 23 (6), 9-9, 2023
Revealing visual working memory operations with pupillometry: Encoding, maintenance, and prioritization
D Koevoet, C Strauch, S Van der Stigchel, S Mathôt, M Naber
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Cognitive science, e1668, 2023
The Costs of Paying Overt and Covert Attention Assessed With Pupillometry
D Koevoet, C Strauch, M Naber, S Van der Stigchel
Psychological Science 34 (8), 887-898, 2023
Is there selective retroactive memory enhancement in humans?: A meta-analysis
D Koevoet, A Postma
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-10, 2023
Effort Drives Saccade Selection
D Koevoet, L Van Zantwijk, M Naber, S Mathôt, S Van der Stigchel, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.02. 06.579052, 2024
The Intensity of Internal and External Attention Assessed with Pupillometry
D Koevoet, M Naber, C Strauch, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Cognition 7 (1), 1-10, 2024
Sensory Input Matching Visual Working Memory Guides Internal Prioritization
D Koevoet, C Strauch, M Naber, S Van der Stigchel
bioRxiv, 2024.02. 07.579262, 2024
How the brain stays in sync with the real world
D Koevoet, A Sahakian, S Chota
eLife 12, e85301, 2023
ABSTRACT: The Costs of Overt and Covert Shifts of Attention: A Pupillometry Study
D Koevoet, M Naber, C Strauch, S Van der Stigchel
PERCEPTION 51, 30-30, 2022
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