Frans Verstraten
Frans Verstraten
Professor of Experimental Psychology, The University of Sydney & Utrecht University
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
The motion aftereffect: A modern perspective.
GE Mather, FE Verstraten, SE Anstis
The MIT Press, 1998
3021998
The motion aftereffect
S Anstis, FAJ Verstraten, G Mather
Trends in cognitive sciences 2 (3), 111-117, 1998
2821998
Time dilation in dynamic visual display
R Kanai, CLE Paffen, H Hogendoorn, FAJ Verstraten
Journal of vision 6 (12), 8-8, 2006
2722006
Limits of attentive tracking reveal temporal properties of attention
FAJ Verstraten, P Cavanagh, AT Labianca
Vision research 40 (26), 3651-3664, 2000
2152000
Parieto-frontal connectivity during visually guided grasping
MJ Grol, J Majdandz̆ić, KE Stephan, L Verhagen, HC Dijkerman, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (44), 11877-11887, 2007
1902007
Perceptual manifestations of fast neural plasticity: Motion priming, rapid motion aftereffect and perceptual sensitization
R Kanai, FAJ Verstraten
Vision research 45 (25-26), 3109-3116, 2005
1412005
Attentional modulation of adaptation to two-component transparent motion
MJM Lankheet, FAJ Verstraten
Vision research 35 (10), 1401-1412, 1995
1411995
Attention speeds binocular rivalry
CLE Paffen, D Alais, FAJ Verstraten
Psychological science 17 (9), 752-756, 2006
1402006
The scope and limits of top-down attention in unconscious visual processing
R Kanai, N Tsuchiya, FAJ Verstraten
Current Biology 16 (23), 2332-2336, 2006
1342006
Visual motion and the human brain: what has neuroimaging told us?
J Culham, S He, S Dukelow, FAJ Verstraten
Acta psychologica 107 (1-3), 69-94, 2001
1172001
Cerebral changes during performance of overlearned arbitrary visuomotor associations
MJ Grol, FP de Lange, FAJ Verstraten, RE Passingham, I Toni
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (1), 117-125, 2006
1052006
Independent aftereffects of attention and motion
JC Culham, FAJ Verstraten, H Ashida, P Cavanagh
Neuron 28 (2), 607-615, 2000
852000
Movement aftereffect of bi-vectorial transparent motion
FAJ Verstraten, RE Fredericksen, WA Van De Grind
Vision Research 34 (3), 349-358, 1994
851994
Perceptual alternation induced by visual transients
R Kanai, F Moradi, S Shimojo, FAJ Verstraten
Perception 34 (7), 803-822, 2005
742005
A new transparent motion aftereffect
MJ van der Smagt, FAJ Verstraten, WA van de Grind
Nature Neuroscience 2 (7), 595, 1999
741999
Motion transparency: Making models of motion perception transparent
RJ Snowden, FAJ Verstraten
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (10), 369-377, 1999
721999
Aftereffect of high-speed motion
FAJ Verstraten, MJ Van Der Smagt, WA Van De Grind
Perception 27 (9), 1055-1066, 1998
691998
Slow and fast visual motion channels have independent binocular–rivalry stages
WA Van de Grind, FAJ Verstraten
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
612001
The speed of visual attention: What time is it?
TA Carlson, H Hogendoorn, FAJ Verstraten
Journal of Vision 6 (12), 6-6, 2006
592006
Rapid assimilation of external objects into the body schema
TA Carlson, G Alvarez, D Wu, FAJ Verstraten
Psychological Science 21 (7), 1000-1005, 2010
542010
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