Mieke Donk
Mieke Donk
Associate Professor
Verified email at vu.nl
TitleCited byYear
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
3072004
Visual marking beside the mark: Prioritizing selection by abrupt onsets
M Donk, J Theeuwes
Perception & Psychophysics 63 (5), 891-900, 2001
1872001
Effects of salience are short-lived
M Donk, W van Zoest
Psychological Science 19 (7), 733-739, 2008
1232008
Prioritizing selection of new elements: Bottom-up versus top-down control
M Donk, J Theeuwes
Perception & psychophysics 65 (8), 1231-1242, 2003
882003
Saccadic target selection as a function of time
W Van Zoest, M Donk
Spatial vision 19 (1), 61-76, 2006
812006
Bottom-up and top-down control in visual search
W van Zoest, M Donk
Perception 33 (8), 927-937, 2004
802004
The effects of salience on saccadic target selection
W van Zoest, M Donk
Visual Cognition 12 (2), 353-375, 2005
752005
Illusory conjunctions are an illusion: The effects of target–nontarget similarity on conjunction and feature errors.
M Donk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (5 …, 1999
581999
Detection performance in pop-out tasks: Nonmonotonic changes with display size and eccentricity
C Meinecke, M Donk
Perception 31 (5), 591-602, 2002
492002
The time course of working memory effects on visual attention
I Dombrowe, CNL Olivers, M Donk
Visual Cognition 18 (8), 1089-1112, 2010
472010
Goal-driven modulation as a function of time in saccadic target selection
W Van Zoest, M Donk
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (10), 1553-1572, 2008
472008
The costs of switching attentional sets
I Dombrowe, M Donk, CNL Olivers
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (8), 2481-2488, 2011
432011
Salience is only briefly represented: Evidence from probe-detection performance.
M Donk, L Soesman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (2), 286, 2010
432010
Prioritizing new elements with a brief preview period: Evidence against visual marking
M Donk, RC Verburg
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (2), 282-288, 2004
412004
Prioritized selection in visual search through onset capture and color inhibition: evidence from a probe-dot detection task.
F Agter, M Donk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (4), 722, 2005
382005
Oculomotor evidence for top-down control following the initial saccade
A Siebold, W Van Zoest, M Donk
PLoS One 6 (9), e23552, 2011
352011
It depends on when you look at it: Salience influences eye movements in natural scene viewing and search early in time
NC Anderson, E Ort, W Kruijne, M Meeter, M Donk
Journal of Vision 15 (5), 9-9, 2015
342015
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
332012
The preview benefit: Visual marking, feature-based inhibition, temporal segregation, or onset capture?
M Donk
Visual Cognition 14 (4-8), 736-748, 2006
312006
Reward modulates oculomotor competition between differently valued stimuli
B Bucker, JD Silvis, M Donk, J Theeuwes
Vision Research 108, 103-112, 2015
272015
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