Sander Van de Cruys
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Precise minds in uncertain worlds: Predictive coding in autism
S Van de Cruys, K Evers, R Van der Hallen, L Van Eylen, B Boets, ...
Psychological Review 121 (4), 649-75, 2014
Putting reward in art: a tentative prediction error account of visual art
S Van de Cruys, J Wagemans
i-Perception 2 (9), 1035-1062, 2011
Affective value in the predictive mind
S Van de Cruys
MIND Group; Frankfurt am Main, 2017
Weak Priors versus Overfitting of Predictions in Autism: Reply to Pellicano and Burr (TICS, 2012)
S Van de Cruys, L de-Wit, K Evers, B Boets, J Wagemans
i-Perception 4 (2), 95-97, 2013
Precise worlds for certain minds: An ecological perspective on the relational self in autism
A Constant, J Bervoets, K Hens, S Van de Cruys
Topoi 39 (3), 611-622, 2020
Disentangling signal and noise in autism spectrum disorder
S Van de Cruys, R Van der Hallen, J Wagemans
Brain and cognition 112, 78-83, 2017
Local-global processing bias is not a unitary individual difference in visual processing
R Chamberlain, R Van der Hallen, H Huygelier, S Van de Cruys, ...
Vision Research 141, 247-257, 2017
Gestalts as predictions: Some reflections and an application to art
S Van de Cruys, J Wagemans
Gestalt Theory 33 (3), 325-344, 2011
An anxiety-induced bias in the perception of a bistable point-light walker
S Van de Cruys, B Schouten, J Wagemans
Acta psychologica 144 (3), 548-553, 2013
Sensory prediction errors are less modulated by global context in autism spectrum disorder
J Goris, S Braem, AD Nijhof, D Rigoni, E Deschrijver, S Van de Cruys, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (8), 667-674, 2018
The use of prior knowledge for perceptual inference is preserved in ASD
S Van de Cruys, S Vanmarcke, I Van de Put, J Wagemans
Clinical psychological science 6 (3), 382-393, 2018
In the interest of saving time: a critique of discrete perception
T Fekete, S Van de Cruys, V Ekroll, C van Leeuwen
Neuroscience of consciousness 2018 (1), niy003, 2018
The put-and-fetch ambiguity: How magicians exploit the principle of exclusive allocation of movements to intentions
S Van de Cruys, J Wagemans, V Ekroll
i-Perception 6 (2), 86-90, 2015
Intact perceptual bias in autism contradicts the decreased normalization model
S Van de Cruys, S Vanmarcke, J Steyaert, J Wagemans
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Explaining hyper-sensitivity and hypo-responsivity in autism with a common predictive coding-based mechanism
S Van de Cruys, K Perrykkad, J Hohwy
Cognitive neuroscience 10 (3), 164-166, 2019
Tuning in to art: A predictive processing account of negative emotion in art
S Van de Cruys, R Chamberlain, J Wagemans
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 41-42, 2017
Circadian-time sickness: time-of-day cue-conflicts directly affect health
R van Ee, S Van de Cruys, LJM Schlangen, BNS Vlaskamp
Trends in neurosciences 39 (11), 738-749, 2016
To err and err, but less and less: Predictive coding and affective value in perception, art, and autism
S Van de Cruys
Like what you see: Generalization of social learning determines art appreciation
Y Boddez, M Descheemaeker, G Mertens, A Truyts, S Van de Cruys
Acta Psychologica 196, 18-25, 2019
Upgrading Gestalt psychology with variational neuroethology: The case of perceptual pleasures: Comment on
S Van de Cruys
Physics of life Reviews 24 (1), 21-23, 2018
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