Dirk van Moorselaar
Dirk van Moorselaar
Postdoctoral researcher, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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In competition for the attentional template: Can multiple items within visual working memory guide attention?
D van Moorselaar, J Theeuwes, CNL Olivers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4†…, 2014
Inhibition in selective attention
D van Moorselaar, HA Slagter
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1464 (1), 204-221, 2020
The reliability of retro-cues determines the fate of noncued visual working memory representations
E Gunseli, D van Moorselaar, M Meeter, CNL Olivers
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22, 1334-1341, 2015
Learning what is irrelevant or relevant: Expectations facilitate distractor inhibition and target facilitation through distinct neural mechanisms
D van Moorselaar, HA Slagter
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (35), 6953-6967, 2019
Forgotten but not gone: Retro-cue costs and benefits in a double-cueing paradigm suggest multiple states in visual short-term memory.
D van Moorselaar, CNL Olivers, J Theeuwes, VAF Lamme, IG Sligte
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (6), 1755, 2015
The time course of protecting a visual memory representation from perceptual interference
D van Moorselaar, E Gunseli, J Theeuwes, C NL Olivers
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 1053, 2015
What to expect where and when: How statistical learning drives visual selection
J Theeuwes, L Bogaerts, D van Moorselaar
Trends in cognitive sciences 26 (10), 860-872, 2022
Neural mechanisms underlying distractor inhibition on the basis of feature and/or spatial expectations.
D van Moorselaar, N Daneshtalab, H Slagter
bioRxiv, 2020
Neural mechanisms underlying expectation-dependent inhibition of distracting information
D van Moorselaar, E Lampers, E Cordesius, HA Slagter
Elife 9, e61048, 2020
Spatially selective alpha oscillations reveal moment-by-moment trade-offs between working memory and attention
D van Moorselaar, JJ Foster, DW Sutterer, J Theeuwes, CNL Olivers, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (2), 256-266, 2018
EEG dynamics reveal a dissociation between storage and selective attention within working memory
E GŁnseli, JJ Fahrenfort, D van Moorselaar, KC Daoultzis, M Meeter, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 13499, 2019
Rapid influences of cued visual memories on attentional guidance
D van Moorselaar, E Battistoni, J Theeuwes, CNL Olivers
Annals of the New York academy of Sciences 1339 (1), 1-10, 2015
Can you have multiple attentional templates? Large-scale replications of Van Moorselaar, Theeuwes, and Olivers (2014) and Hollingworth and Beck (2016)
M Frătescu, D Van Moorselaar, S MathŰt
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81, 2700-2709, 2019
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
Pinging the brain to reveal the hidden attentional priority map using encephalography
DH Duncan, D van Moorselaar, J Theeuwes
Nature Communications 14 (1), 4749, 2023
Learning changes the attentional status of prospective memories
D van Moorselaar, J Theeuwes, CNL Olivers
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 1483-1490, 2016
Decoding the contents of visual working memory: evidence for process-based and content-based working memory areas?
IG Sligte, D van Moorselaar, ARE Vandenbroucke
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (4), 1293-1294, 2013
Attention and distraction in the predictive brain
HA Slagter, D van Moorselaar
Visual Cognition 29 (9), 631-636, 2021
Representational dynamics preceding conscious access
J Alilović, D van Moorselaar, M Graetz, S van Gaal, HA Slagter
NeuroImage 230, 117789, 2021
Surprisingly inflexible: Statistically learned suppression of distractors generalizes across contexts
J de Waard, L Bogaerts, D van Moorselaar, J Theeuwes
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 84 (2), 459-473, 2022
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