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Statistical learning in visual search reflects distractor rarity, not only attentional suppression Kerzel, Dirk; Balbiani, Chiara; Rosa, Sarah; Huynh Cong, Stanislas 2022
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Impact de la mémoire de travail sur la suppression de stimuli menaçants Husmann, Julie Laura Marie 2022
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L’apprentissage statistique dans la recherche visuelle reflète la rareté des distracteurs et pas seulement la suppression de l’attention Rosa, Sarah 2022
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Visual selective attention and the control of tracking eye movements: a critical review Souto, David; Kerzel, Dirk 2021
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Attentional templates are sharpened through differential signal enhancement, not differential allocation of attention Kerzel, Dirk; Huynh Cong, Stanislas 2021
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Statistical regularities cause attentional suppression with target-matching distractors Kerzel, Dirk; Huynh Cong, Stanislas 2021
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Meeting another's gaze shortens subjective time by capturing attention Burra, Nicolas; Kerzel, Dirk 2021
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Do we need attentional suppression? Kerzel, Dirk; Huynh Cong, Stanislas; Burra, Nicolas 2021
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Attentional guidance by irrelevant features depends on their successful encoding into working memory Kerzel, Dirk; Huynh Cong, Stanislas 2021
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Capacity limitations in template-guided multiple color search Kerzel, Dirk; Grubert, Anna 2021
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Attentional templates are protected from retroactive interference during visual search: converging evidence from event-related potentials Huynh Cong, Stanislas; Kerzel, Dirk 2021
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Allocation of resources in working memory: theoretical and empirical implications for visual search Huynh Cong, Stanislas; Kerzel, Dirk 2021
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Object features reinstated from episodic memory guide attentional selection Kerzel, Dirk; Andres, Maïté Kun-Sook 2020
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Capture by context elements, not attentional suppression of distractors, explains the P d with small search displays Kerzel, Dirk; Burra, Nicolas 2020
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New templates interfere with existing templates depending on their respective priority in visual working memory Huynh Cong, Stanislas; Kerzel, Dirk 2020
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Teasing apart attentional repulsion: a multimethodological approach Baumeler, Denise 2020
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When left is one and right is double: an experimental investigation of visual allesthesia after right parietal damage Baumeler, Denise; Born, Sabine; Burra, Nicolas; Ptak, Radek 2020
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Direct evidence for the optimal tuning of attention Kerzel, Dirk 2020
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Attribute amnesia can be modulated by foveal presentation and the pre-allocation of endogenous spatial attention Born, Sabine; Jordan, Damien; Kerzel, Dirk 2020
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Attentional capture by context cues, not inhibition of cue singletons, explains same location costs Schoenhammer, Josef; Becker, Stefanie I.; Kerzel, Dirk 2020
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