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van der Burg, E. (author), Toet, A. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author)
Introduction Our visual, auditory, and tactile perception is not solely determined by what we process at a given moment in time, but also determined by what we perceived recently. These sequential effects can either be negative (repulsive) or positive (assimilative). Here, we investigated whether such sequential effects also occur in odor...
article 2021
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van der Burg, E. (author), Toet, A. (author), Abbasi, Z. (author), Brouwer, A.M. (author), van Erp, J.B.F. (author), Kallen, V.L. (author), Kaneko, D. (author), Kim, Y. (author), Kinnear, M. (author), de Kock, H.L. (author), Kusbiantari, D. (author), Lee, T.R. (author), Liu, Y. (author), Luhovyy, B.L. (author), MacEachern, E. (author), Mezgebe, A.G. (author), Nikolova, R. (author), Olatunde, G. (author), Srisayekti, W. (author), Rizwan Tahir, M. (author), Ushiama, S. (author), Yürek, M.E. (author)
How we perceive the world is not solely determined by our experiences at a given moment in time, but also by what we have experienced in our immediate past. Here, we investigated whether such sequential effects influence the affective appraisal of food images. Participants from 16 different countries (N = 1278) watched a randomly presented...
article 2021
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Marques-Carneiro, J.E. (author), Polgari, P. (author), Koning, E. (author), Seyller, E. (author), Martin, B. (author), van der Burg, E. (author), Giersch, A. (author)
Learning and imitating a complex motor action requires to visually follow complex movements, but conscious perception seems too slow for such tasks. Recent findings suggest that visual perception has a higher temporal resolution at an unconscious than at a conscious level. Here we investigate whether high-temporal resolution in visual perception...
article 2020