Wieske van Zoest
Wieske van Zoest
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The role of stimulus-driven and goal-driven control in saccadic visual selection.
W van Zoest, M Donk, J Theeuwes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 30 (4), 746, 2004
3632004
Reward creates oculomotor salience
C Hickey, W Van Zoest
Current Biology 22 (7), R219-R220, 2012
1512012
Effects of salience are short-lived
M Donk, W Van Zoest
Psychological Science 19 (7), 733-739, 2008
1512008
Bottom-up and top-down control in visual search
W van Zoest, M Donk
Perception 33 (8), 927-937, 2004
932004
The effects of salience on saccadic target selection
W van Zoest, M Donk
Visual Cognition 12 (2), 353-375, 2005
892005
Saccadic target selection as a function of time
W Van Zoest, M Donk
Spatial vision 19 (1), 61-76, 2006
862006
The time course of exogenous and endogenous control of covert attention
C Hickey, W van Zoest, J Theeuwes
Experimental brain research 201 (4), 789-796, 2010
832010
Capture of the eyes by relevant and irrelevant onsets
M Mulckhuyse, W van Zoest, J Theeuwes
Experimental Brain Research 186 (2), 225-235, 2008
722008
Testing the idea of privileged awareness of self-relevant information.
T Stein, A Siebold, W Van Zoest
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (3), 303, 2016
652016
Gender and facial dominance in gaze cuing: Emotional context matters in the eyes that we follow
G Ohlsen, W Van Zoest, M Van Vugt
PloS one 8 (4), e59471, 2013
612013
A temporal dependency account of attentional inhibition in oculomotor control
MD Weaver, W van Zoest, C Hickey
Neuroimage 147, 880-894, 2017
602017
Reward-associated stimuli capture the eyes in spite of strategic attentional set
C Hickey, W Van Zoest
Vision Research 92, 67-74, 2013
592013
Goal-driven modulation as a function of time in saccadic target selection
W Van Zoest, M Donk
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (10), 1553-1572, 2008
542008
In sight, out of mind: The role of eye movements in the rapid resumption of visual search
W Van Zoest, A Lleras, A Kingstone, JT Enns
Perception & Psychophysics 69 (7), 1204-1217, 2007
512007
Stimulus-salience and the time-course of saccade trajectory deviations
W Van Zoest, M Donk, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Vision 12 (8), 16-16, 2012
402012
New Reflections on Visual Search
W van Zoest, B Giesbrecht, JT Enns, A Kingstone
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE-CAMBRIDGE- 17 (6), 535, 2006
39*2006
Oculomotor evidence for top-down control following the initial saccade
A Siebold, W Van Zoest, M Donk
PLoS One 6 (9), e23552, 2011
372011
Representations in visual cognition: It’s about time
W van Zoest, AR Hunt, A Kingstone
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (2), 116-120, 2010
362010
Awareness of the saccade goal in oculomotor selection: Your eyes go before you know
W van Zoest, M Donk
Consciousness and Cognition 19 (4), 861-871, 2010
332010
Social salience does not transfer to oculomotor visual search
A Siebold, MD Weaver, M Donk, W van Zoest
Visual Cognition 23 (8), 989-1019, 2015
292015
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