Recent articles

Yildirim, F. Z., & Sayim, B. (2022). High confidence and low accuracy in redundancy masking. Consciousness and Cognition, 102, 103349. [open access]

Yildirim, F. Z., Coates, D. R., & Sayim, B. (2022). Atypical visual field asymmetries in redundancy masking. Journal of Vision, 22(5):4, 1–15. [open access]

Rummens, K., & Sayim, B. (2021). Broad attention uncovers benefits of stimulus uniformity in visual crowding. Scientific Reports, 11, 23976. [open access]

Hirsch. T., Haiduk, M., & Sayim, B. (2021). Raphael’s ‘imperfect’ viol – a question of perspective. Early Music, caab047. [download] [online]

Yildirim, F. Z., Coates, D. R., & Sayim, B. (2021). Hidden by bias: How standard psychophysical procedures conceal unbiased visual appearance. Scientific Reports, 11, 4095. [open access]

Recent conference abstracts

Hansmann-Roth, S., & Sayim, B. (2022). Hidden by letters: How grouping lines into letters interferes with ensemble perception. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022,  St. Pete Beach, USA.

Yu, D., & Sayim, B. (2022). We do not have to see what we look at: Foveal input can be ignored in ensemble emotion perception. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022,  St. Pete Beach, USA.

L-Miao, L., Yu, D., Reynvoet, B., & Sayim, B. (2022) Redundancy masking of faces: When trios look like duos. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022,  St. Pete Beach, USA.

 

Gomes Tomaz, Â., Daneshi, A., Hansmann-Roth, S., Harmening, W. M., & Sayim, B. (2022). The appearance of tiny objects: How Snellen’s symbols look like below, at and above threshold. Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022, St. Pete Beach, USA & Online.

Yildirim, F. Z., Aschwanden, R., & Sayim, B. (2021). Imagine that! Visual imagery alleviates crowding. Virtual annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, May 2022.