Dragan Rangelov
Dragan Rangelov
Research Fellow, Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
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Effortless attention: A new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action
B Bruya
MIT Press, 2010
How the speed of motor-response decisions, but not focal-attentional selection, differs as a function of task set and target prevalence
T Töllner, D Rangelov, HJ Müller
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (28), E1990-E1999, 2012
Visual search for feature singletons: Multiple mechanisms produce sequence effects in visual search
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Vision 13 (3), 22-22, 2013
What are task-sets: a single, integrated representation or a collection of multiple control representations?
D Rangelov, T Töllner, HJ Mueller, M Zehetleitner
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 524, 2013
Dimension-based attention modulates feed-forward visual processing
HJ Müller, T Töllner, M Zehetleitner, T Geyer, D Rangelov, ...
Acta psychologica 135 (2), 117-122, 2010
The multiple-weighting-systems hypothesis: Theory and empirical support
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (3), 540-552, 2012
Partial repetition costs persist in nonsearch compound tasks: Evidence for multiple-weighting-systems hypothesis
M Zehetleitner, D Rangelov, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (5), 879-890, 2012
Dimension-specific intertrial priming effects are task-specific: evidence for multiple weighting systems.
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1), 100, 2011
Failure to pop out: Feature singletons do not capture attention under low signal-to-noise ratio conditions.
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (5), 651, 2017
Pre-saccadic remapping relies on dynamics of spatial attention
M Szinte, D Jonikaitis, D Rangelov, H Deubel
Elife 7, e37598, 2018
Independent dimension-weighting mechanisms for visual selection and stimulus identification.
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (5 …, 2011
Saliency maps for finding changes in visual scenes?
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, HJ Müller, D Rangelov
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (7), 2190-2201, 2017
Local feature suppression effect in face and non-face stimuli
A Zinchenko, H Kim, A Danek, HJ Müller, D Rangelov
Psychological research 79 (2), 194-205, 2015
Non-binding relationship between visual features
D Rangelov, S Zeki
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 749, 2014
Occipital TMS at phosphene detection threshold captures attention automatically
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, PCJ Taylor
NeuroImage 109, 199-205, 2015
Evidence accumulation during perceptual decision-making is sensitive to the dynamics of attentional selection
D Rangelov, JB Mattingley
NeuroImage 220, 117093, 2020
Detecting, localizing, and identifying feature singletons in visual search: post-selective, but not pre-attentive, processing differs as a function of task set.
T Töllner, D Rangelov, HJ Müller
Decomposition of dimension-specific intertrial effects: separate weighting systems modulate visual selection and identification processes
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Perception ECVP abstract 38, 40-40, 2009
Stimulus reliability automatically biases temporal integration of discrete perceptual targets yielding suboptimal decisions
D Rangelov, R West, JB Mattingley
BioRxiv, 841353, 2019
Behavioral and electroencephalography recordings of human observers during a decision-making task with varying levels of task difficulty
D Rangelov, JB Mattingley, R West
The University of Queensland, 2019
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