Timo Stein
Timo Stein
University of Amsterdam
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Neural correlates of Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment: a systematic and quantitative meta-analysis involving 1351 patients
ML Schroeter, T Stein, N Maslowski, J Neumann
Neuroimage 47 (4), 1196-1206, 2009
Breaking continuous flash suppression: a new measure of unconscious processing during interocular suppression?
T Stein, MN Hebart, P Sterzer
Frontiers in human neuroscience 5, 167, 2011
Eye contact facilitates awareness of faces during interocular suppression
T Stein, A Senju, MV Peelen, P Sterzer
Cognition 119 (2), 307-311, 2011
Neural processing of visual information under interocular suppression: A critical review
P Sterzer, T Stein, K Ludwig, M Rothkirch, G Hesselmann
Frontiers in psychology 5, 89205, 2014
Rapid fear detection relies on high spatial frequencies
T Stein, K Seymour, MN Hebart, P Sterzer
Psychological science 25 (2), 566-574, 2014
Privileged detection of conspecifics: Evidence from inversion effects during continuous flash suppression
T Stein, P Sterzer, MV Peelen
Cognition 125 (1), 64-79, 2012
The two-body inversion effect
L Papeo, T Stein, S Soto-Faraco
Psychological science 28 (3), 369-379, 2017
The effect of fearful faces on the attentional blink is task dependent
T Stein, J Zwickel, J Ritter, M Kitzmantel, WX Schneider
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (1), 104-109, 2009
Not just another face in the crowd: detecting emotional schematic faces during continuous flash suppression.
T Stein, P Sterzer
Emotion 12 (5), 988, 2012
Content-specific expectations enhance stimulus detectability by increasing perceptual sensitivity.
T Stein, MV Peelen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (6), 1089, 2015
Unconscious processing under interocular suppression: getting the right measure
T Stein, P Sterzer
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 89497, 2014
Object grouping based on real-world regularities facilitates perception by reducing competitive interactions in visual cortex
D Kaiser, T Stein, MV Peelen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (30), 11217-11222, 2014
Testing the idea of privileged awareness of self-relevant information.
T Stein, A Siebold, W Van Zoest
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (3), 303, 2016
Preparatory attention in visual cortex
E Battistoni, T Stein, MV Peelen
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1396 (1), 92-107, 2017
High-level face shape adaptation depends on visual awareness: evidence from continuous flash suppression
T Stein, P Sterzer
Journal of Vision 11 (8), 5-5, 2011
Altered contextual modulation of primary visual cortex responses in schizophrenia
K Seymour, T Stein, LLO Sanders, M Guggenmos, I Theophil, P Sterzer
Neuropsychopharmacology 38 (13), 2607-2612, 2013
Adults' awareness of faces follows newborns' looking preferences
T Stein, MV Peelen, P Sterzer
PLoS One 6 (12), e29361, 2011
No evidence for abnormal priors in early vision in schizophrenia
M Kaliuzhna, T Stein, T Rusch, M Sekutowicz, P Sterzer, KJ Seymour
Schizophrenia research 210, 245-254, 2019
Between-subject variability in the breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm: Potential causes, consequences, and solutions
S Gayet, T Stein
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 255027, 2017
The breaking continuous flash suppression paradigm: Review, evaluation, and outlook
T Stein
Transitions between consciousness and unconsciousness, 1-38, 2019
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