Sander A. Los
TitleCited byYear
On the origin of mixing costs: Exploring information processing in pure and mixed blocks of trials
SA Los
Acta Psychologica 94 (2), 145-188, 1996
2621996
Intentional and unintentional contributions to nonspecific preparation during reaction time foreperiods.
SA Los, CE Van Den Heuvel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (2), 370, 2001
1982001
The foreperiod effect revisited: Conditioning as a basis for nonspecific preparation
SA Los, DL Knol, RM Boers
Acta Psychologica 106 (1-2), 121-145, 2001
1172001
Intentional and unintentional contributions to nonspecific preparation: Electrophysiological evidence.
SA Los, DJ Heslenfeld
Journal of experimental psychology: General 134 (1), 52, 2005
952005
The effective time course of preparation
SA Los, MLJ Schut
Cognitive Psychology 57 (1), 20-55, 2008
672008
Foreperiod and sequential effects: theory and data
SA Los
Attention and time 289 (302), 24, 2010
592010
Being prepared on time: On the importance of the previous foreperiod to current preparation, as reflected in speed, force and preparation-related brain potentials
RHJ Van der Lubbe, SA Los, P Jaśkowski, R Verleger
Acta psychologica 116 (3), 245-262, 2004
512004
Identifying stimuli of different perceptual categories in mixed blocks of trials: evidence for cost in switching between computational processes.
SA Los
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (1), 3, 1999
511999
Reweighting sequential effects across different distributions of foreperiods: Segregating elementary contributions to nonspecific preparation
SA Los, F Agter
Perception & Psychophysics 67 (7), 1161-1170, 2005
482005
Identifying stimuli of different perceptual categories in pure and mixed blocks of trials: Evidence for stimulus-driven switch costs
SA Los
Acta Psychologica 103 (1-2), 173-205, 1999
411999
Outlines of a multiple trace theory of temporal preparation
SA Los, W Kruijne, M Meeter
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1058, 2014
402014
Sound speeds vision through preparation, not integration.
SA Los, E Van der Burg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (6 …, 2013
292013
The role of response inhibition in temporal preparation: Evidence from a go/no-go task
SA Los
Cognition 129 (2), 328-344, 2013
282013
Inhibition of return and nonspecific preparation: Separable inhibitory control mechanisms in space and time
SA Los
Perception & Psychophysics 66 (1), 119-130, 2004
272004
Hazard versus history: Temporal preparation is driven by past experience.
SA Los, W Kruijne, M Meeter
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (1), 78, 2017
212017
The interaction between stimulus-driven and goal-driven orienting as revealed by eye movements.
D Schreij, SA Los, J Theeuwes, JT Enns, CNL Olivers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (1), 378, 2014
192014
Dissociating language-switch costs from cue-switch costs in bilingual language switching
KW Heikoop, M Declerck, SA Los, I Koch
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (5), 921-927, 2016
182016
Dissociative patterns of foreperiod effects in temporal discrimination and reaction time tasks
SA Los, H Horoufchin
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (5), 1009-1020, 2011
182011
Procedural differences in processing intact and degraded stimuli
SA Los
Memory & cognition 22 (2), 145-156, 1994
131994
Formal analysis of trace conditioning
T Bosse, CM Jonker, SA Los, L Van Der Torre, J Treur
Cognitive Systems Research 8 (1), 36-47, 2007
122007
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