Pieter Moors
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Continuous flash suppression: stimulus fractionation rather than integration
P Moors, G Hesselmann, J Wagemans, R van Ee
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (10), 719-721, 2017
Definitely maybe: can unconscious processes perform the same functions as conscious processes?
G Hesselmann, P Moors
Frontiers in psychology 6, 584, 2015
Scene integration without awareness: No conclusive evidence for processing scene congruency during continuous flash suppression
P Moors, D Boelens, J van Overwalle, J Wagemans
Psychological science 27 (7), 945-956, 2016
The Influence of Color on the Consumer’s Experience of Beer
FR Carvalho, P Moors, J Wagemans, C Spence
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2205, 2017
The impact of video speed on the decision-making process of sports officials
J Spitz, P Moors, J Wagemans, WF Helsen
Cognitive research: principles and implications 3 (1), 1-10, 2018
Image memorability across longer time intervals
L Goetschalckx, P Moors, J Wagemans
Memory 26 (5), 581-588, 2018
Frequent words do not break continuous flash suppression differently from infrequent or nonexistent words: implications for semantic processing of words in the absence of awareness
T Heyman, P Moors
PloS one 9 (8), e104719, 2014
A critical reexamination of doing arithmetic nonconsciously
P Moors, G Hesselmann
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (1), 472-481, 2018
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
Causal events enter awareness faster than non-causal events
P Moors, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
PeerJ 5, e2932, 2017
No evidence for surface organization in Kanizsa configurations during continuous flash suppression
P Moors, J Wagemans, R van Ee, L De-Wit
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 902-914, 2016
On the cost of knowledge: Evaluating the boycott against Elsevier
T Heyman, P Moors, G Storms
Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics 1, 7, 2016
Moving stimuli are less effectively masked using traditional continuous flash suppression (CFS) compared to a moving mondrian mask (MMM): A test case for feature-selective …
P Moors, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
PloS one 9 (5), e98298, 2014
Alterations in the inferior longitudinal fasciculus in autism and associations with visual processing: a diffusion-weighted MRI study
B Boets, L Van Eylen, K Sitek, P Moors, I Noens, J Steyaert, S Sunaert, ...
Molecular autism 9, 1-14, 2018
Effects of presentation type and visual control in numerosity discrimination: implications for number processing?
K Smets, P Moors, B Reynvoet
Frontiers in psychology 7, 66, 2016
Perceiving where another person is looking: the integration of head and body information in estimating another person’s gaze
P Moors, F Germeys, I Pomianowska, K Verfaillie
Frontiers in psychology 6, 909, 2015
The effect of head orientation on perceived gaze direction: revisiting Gibson and Pick (1963) and Cline (1967)
P Moors, K Verfaillie, T Daems, I Pomianowska, F Germeys
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1191, 2016
Faces in commonly experienced configurations enter awareness faster due to their curvature relative to fixation
P Moors, J Wagemans, L de-Wit
PeerJ 4, e1565, 2016
Combined frequency-tagging EEG and eye-tracking measures provide no support for the “excess mouth/diminished eye attention” hypothesis in autism
S Vettori, S Van der Donck, J Nys, P Moors, T Van Wesemael, J Steyaert, ...
Molecular Autism 11 (1), 1-22, 2020
Suppressed Visual Looming Stimuli are Not Integrated with Auditory Looming Signals: Evidence from Continuous Fash Suppression
P Moors, H Huygelier, J Wagemans, L de-Wit, R van Ee
i-Perception 6 (1), 48-62, 2015
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