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[1.] B. Zonooz, E. Arani, K.P. Körding, P.A.T.R. Aalbers, T. Celikel, and A.J. Van Opstal. Spectral weighting underlies perceived sound elevation. Resubmitted PNAS, 2017

[2.] B. Zonooz, J. Brus, E. Arani, and A.J. Van Opstal. Localising weakly-informative sound spectra: learning and generalisation in the human auditory system. Submit to Nature Communications

[3.] B. Zonooz, T. Brouns, E. Arani , K.P. Körding, and A.J. Van Opstal. Bayesian Spatiotemporal audiovisual integration. In preparation

[4.] B. Zonooz, and A.J. Van Opstal. Acute Monaural Adaptation in Human Auditory System, In preparation.

[5.] J.A. García-Uceda Calvo, and A.J. Van Opstal. On the generation of spectral-shape stimuli for sound localization in the median plane. In preparation.

[6.] J.A. García-Uceda Calvo, and A.J. Van Opstal. Human sound-localization behaviour to unpredictably moving sounds. In preparation.

[7.] J.A. García-Uceda Calvo, G. Bertolini, and A.J. Van Opstal. Sound localization performance during vestibular stimulation. In preparation.

[8.] E. Arani, R. van Ee, and R. van Wezel. Aging: a window into neural processes of visual perceptual decisions”, submitted Current Biology

[9.] E. Arani, S. Triantafillou, and K. Körding. Reverse engineering neural networks from many partial recordings”, in preparation.

[10.] E. Arani, R. Van Ee, and R. Van Wezel. Age-dependency in visual perceptual decisions caused by variation in adaptation and noise, but not in inhibition strength”, in preparation.

[11.] E. Arani, and R. Van Wezel. Dynamics of visual perception changes by different psychiatric disorders, in preparation

[12.] K. Woutersen, L. Guadron, A.V. van den Berg, F.N. Boonstra, T. Theelen, and H.H.L.M. Goossens (2017). A meta-analysis of perceptual and cognitive functions involved in useful-field-of-view test performance. Journal of Vision; 17(14). doi: 10.1167/17.14.11.

[13.] A.D. Barsingerhorn, F.N. Nienke Boonstra, and H.H.L.M. Goossens. Development and validation of a high-speed stereoscopic eye tracker. Behavior Research Methods, revision submitted.

[14.] A.D. Barsingerhorn, F.N. Nienke Boonstra, and H.H.L.M. Goossens. Development of visual processing speed in children with normal vision. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., under review.

 [15.] A.D. Barsingerhorn, F.N. Nienke Boonstra, and H.H.L.M. Goossens. Slow visual processing speed in children with visual impairments, even after correcting  for reduced visual acuity. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., under review.

[16.] A.D. Barsingerhorn, F.N. Nienke Boonstra, and H.H.L.M. Goossens. Saccade latencies during a preferential looking task in children with and without visual impairments., Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., submitted.

[17.] K. Woutersen, A.V. van den Berg, F.N. Nienke Boonstra, Th. Theelen, and H.H.L.M. Goossens. Useful Field of View test performance throughout adulthood in subjects without ocular disorders.  Journal of Vision, under review.

[18.] A.C. Geuzebroek and A.V. Van den Berg (2017). Impaired visual competition in patient with homonymous visual field defects. Neuropsychologia, 97;152-162

[19.] A.C. Geuzebroek and A.V. Van den Berg (2017). Eccentricity scale-independency for scene perception in the first tens of milliseconds. Submitted to Journal of Vision

[20.] A.C. Geuzebroek, K. Woutersen, H.H.L.M. Goossens and A.V.van den Berg (2017). Predicting scene perception in patients with homonymous visual field defects. Submit to Brain.

[21.] K. Woutersen, A.C. Geuzebroek, A.V. Van den Berg, and H.H.L.M. Goossens (2017). UFOV in patients with post-chiasmatic lesions; additional diagnostic tool. In preparation

[22.] A.C. Geuzebroek, A.V. Van den Berg, and A.R.Wade (2017). Disentanglement of color and luminance signals contribution in scene recognition in the first tens of milliseconds. in preparation.

[23.] S. Sengupta, W.P. Medendorp, P. Praamstra, and L.P.J. Selen (2017) Exploration and exploitation effects in the trade-off between sensing and acting. Submitted PLOS One

[24.] S. Sengupta, L.P.J. Selen, W.P. Medendorp, C. Gu, B. Corneil and P. Praamstra (2018) High-density surface EMG recording of the SLR. In preparation

[25.] S. Sengupta, L.P.J. Selen, W.P. Medendorp, and P. Praamstra (2018) Sensorimotor integration in Parkinson’s disease: optimal or not? In preparation.

[26.] S.S.G. Dupan, N. Ejaz, D.F. Stegeman, and J. Diedrichsen. . M1 output weights are partially explained by natural hand use in humans and monkeys. Submit to Neuron

[27.] S.S.G. Dupan, D.F. Stegeman, and H. Maas. Distinct neural control of intrinsic and extrinsic muscles during single finger pressing. Submit to Human Movement Science

[28.] S.S.G. Dupan, M. Stachaczyk, I. Vujaklija, J.M. Hahne, D.F. Stegeman, S. Dosen, D. Farina. Linear superposition of muscle patterns in online myoelectric control of combined finger movements. In preparation

[29.] M. Barsotti, S.S.G. Dupan, I. Vujaklija, D. Farina, and S. Dosen. Articulated online control of finger motion from high-density surface EMG. In preparation

[30.] S. Sharma, W. Nogueira, J. Chalupper, A.J. Van Opstal, A.F.M. Snik, L. Mens, and M.M. van Wanrooij. The effect of frequency compression on spatial hearing of bimodal listeners. In preparation

[31.] S. Sharma, A.F.M. Snik, A.J. Van Opstal, L. Mens, and M.M. van Wanrooij. Spatial hearing in electro-acoustically stimulated listeners. In preparation

[32.] S. Sharma, A.F.M. Snik, A.J. Van Opstal, L. Mens, and M.M. van Wanrooij. Cross-frequency ILD perception in normal-hearing listeners. In preparation

[33.] S.A. Ausili, B. Backus, M.J.H. Agterberg, A.J. Van Opstal, and M.M. van Wanrooij. Sound localization in real-time vocoder simulations with normal-hearing listeners. Submit Trends in Hearing

[34.] S.A. Ausili, M.J.H. Agterberg, L.H.M. Mens, M.M. Van Wanrooij, W.J. Huinck, A.J. Van Opstal, and E.A.M. Mylanus. Spatial Hearing in Bilateral Cochlear Implant users of the Oticon Neuro System. In preparation.

[35.] A. Bertana, R.S. Van Bergen, S. Ling, and J.F.M. Jehee . Confidence predicts variability but not biases in perceptual decisions. Submit J. Neuroscience

[36.] A. Pomante, L.P.J. Selen, and W.P. Medendorp. Perception of the dynamic visual vertical during sinusoidal linear motion.J Neurophysiology 2017 118: 2499-2506. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00439.2017

[37.] I.A. Clemens, L.P.J. Selen, A. Pomante, P.R. MacNeilage, and W.P. Medendorp. Eye Movements in Darkness Modulate Self-Motion Perception. eNeuro (2017) 0211-16.2016

[38.] A. Pomante, F. Romano, W.P. Medendorp, L.P.J. Selen, and G. Bertolini. The role of visual cues during 4-minutes static roll-tilt on the percept of the gravitational vertical. In preparation.

[39.] J. Keyser, W.P. Medendorp, and L.P.J. Selen. Task-dependent vestibular feedback responses in reaching. J Neurophysiology 118: 84–92, 2017

[40.] J. Keyser, R.E.F.S. Ramakers, W.P. Medendorp, and L.P.J. Selen. Task-dependent reach corrections to muscle vibration. In preparation

[41.] A. Longo, and R. Meulenbroek. Precision-Dependent Changes in Motor Variability During Sustained Bimanual Reaching. Motor Control, 1–17, 2017

[42.] A. Longo, R. Meulenbroek, T. Haid, and P. Federolf. Postural reconfiguration and cycle-to-cycle variability in patients with work-related musculoskeletal disorders compared to healthy controls and in relation to pain emerging during a repetitive movement task. Revised for Clinical Biomechanics

[43.] A. Longo, P. Federolf, T. Haid, and R. Meulenbroek . A cognitive dual task on sustained repetitive arm movements increases temporal variability and local dynamic instability but reduces postural reconfigurations. Revised for Experimental Brain Research

[44.] A. Longo, R. Meulenbroek, T. Haid, and P. Federolf . Biomechanics in a PCA-based posture space using Xsens inertial sensors. Submit to Journal of Biomechanics

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