Surya Gayet
Surya Gayet
Assistant Professor at Utrecht University
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Breaking continuous flash suppression: Competing for consciousness on the pre-semantic battlefield
S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 460, 2014
Information matching the content of visual working memory is prioritized for conscious access
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Psychological science 24 (12), 2472-2480, 2013
Visual input signaling threat gains preferential access to awareness in a breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, AV Belopolsky, J Theeuwes, S Van der Stigchel
Cognition 149, 77-83, 2016
Visual working memory storage recruits sensory processing areas
S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (3), 189-190, 2018
Visual working memory enhances the neural response to matching visual input
S Gayet, M Guggenmos, TB Christophel, JD Haynes, CLE Paffen, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (28), 6638-6647, 2017
Between-subject variability in the breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm: Potential causes, consequences, and solutions
S Gayet, T Stein
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 437, 2017
Visual input that matches the content of visual working memory requires less (not faster) evidence sampling to reach conscious access
S Gayet, L van Maanen, M Heilbron, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of vision 16 (11), 26, 2016
Three criteria for evaluating high-level processing in continuous flash suppression
P Moors, S Gayet, N Hedger, T Stein, P Sterzer, R van Ee, J Wagemans, ...
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23 (4), 267-269, 2019
Assessing the generalizability of eye dominance across binocular rivalry, onset rivalry, and continuous flash suppression
Y Ding, M Naber, S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Journal of Vision 18 (6), 6, 2018
Essential considerations for exploring visual working memory storage in the human brain
P Iamshchinina, TB Christophel, S Gayet, RL Rademaker
Visual Cognition 29 (7), 425-436, 2021
Perception of action-outcomes is shaped by life-long and contextual expectations
M Dogge, R Custers, S Gayet, H Hoijtink, H Aarts
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 5225, 2019
Unconscious processing of facial dominance: The role of low-level factors in access to awareness
T Stein, D Awad, S Gayet, MV Peelen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 172 (11), e1-e13, 2018
Seeing is believing: Utilization of subliminal symbols requires a visible relevant context
S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 489-507, 2014
Preparatory attention incorporates contextual expectations
S Gayet, MV Peelen
Current Biology 32 (3), 687-692, 2022
Competitive interactions in visual working memory drive access to awareness
D van Moorselaar, S Gayet, CLE Paffen, J Theeuwes, S Van der Stigchel, ...
Cortex 102, 6-13, 2018
The danger of interpreting detection differences between image categories (a brief comment on Gomes, Soares, Silva, & Silva, 2018)
S Gayet, T Stein, MV Peelen
Emotion, 2019
The influence of action-effect anticipation on bistable perception: Differences between onset rivalry and ambiguous motion
M Dogge, S Gayet, R Custers, H Aarts
Neuroscience of Consciousness 2018 (1), niy004, 2018
Remapping high-capacity, pre-attentive, fragile sensory memory
P Zerr, S Gayet, K Mulder, Y Pinto, I Sligte, S Van der Stigchel
Scientific Reports 7 (15940), 2017
Mountains of memory in a sea of uncertainty: sampling the external world despite useful information in visual working memory
A Sahakian, S Gayet, CLE Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Cognition 234, 105381, 2023
Scenes modulate object processing before interacting with memory templates
S Gayet, MV Peelen
Psychological science 30 (10), 1497-1509, 2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20