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2020

Sayim, Bilge; Coates, Daniel Robert (2020). Hidden by bias: How standard psychophysical procedures conceal unbiased visual appearance [DATASET] [Dataset].

Melnik, Natalia; Coates, Daniel R.; Sayim, Bilge (2020). Emergent features break the rules of crowding. Scientific reports, 10(1), p. 406. Springer Nature 10.1038/s41598-019-57277-y

Yildirim, Fazilet Zeynep; Coates, Daniel Robert; Sayim, Bilge (2020). Redundancy masking: The loss of repeated items in crowded peripheral vision [DATASET] [Dataset]. In: Redundancy masking: The loss of repeated items in crowded peripheral vision [DATASET]. Journal of Vision

2019

Rummens, Koen; Sayim, Bilge (2019). Disrupting uniformity: Feature contrasts that reduce crowding interfere with peripheral word recognition. Vision Research, 161, pp. 25-35. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.visres.2019.05.006

Sayim, Bilge; Taylor, Henry (2019). Letters Lost: Capturing Appearance in Crowded Peripheral Vision Reveals a New Kind of Masking. Psychological science, 30(7), pp. 1082-1086. Sage Publications 10.1177/0956797619847166

2018

Melnik, Natalia; Coates, Daniel R.; Sayim, Bilge (2018). Emergent features in the crowding zone: When target–flanker grouping surmounts crowding. Journal of vision, 18(9), pp. 1-15. ARVO 10.1167/18.9.19

Sayim, Bilge; Franke, Ivana (2018). Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown. In: Franke, Ivana; Mertens, Heike Catherina; Naie, Katja (eds.) Retreat into Darkness: Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown (pp. 105-135). Leipzig: Spector Books

Melnik, Natalia; Coates, Daniel Robert; Sayim, Bilge (2018). Emergent features in the crowding zone: When target-flanker grouping surmounts crowding [DATASET] [Dataset].

Sayim, Bilge; Taylor, Henry (2018). Crowding, Attention and Consciousness: In support of the Inference Hypothesis. Mind & language, 33(1), pp. 17-33. Wiley 10.1111/mila.12169

2017

Sayim, Bilge; Wagemans, Johan (2017). Appearance changes and error characteristics in crowding revealed by drawings. Journal of vision, 17(11), p. 8. ARVO 10.1167/17.11.8

Coates, Daniel R; Wagemans, Johan; Sayim, Bilge (2017). Diagnosing the Periphery: Using the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Drawing Test to Characterize Peripheral Visual Function. i-Perception, 8(3), pp. 1-20. Sage Publishing 10.1177/2041669517705447

Greenwood, John A; Szinte, Martin; Sayim, Bilge; Cavanagh, Patrick (2017). Variations in crowding, saccadic precision, and spatial localization reveal the shared topology of spatial vision. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America - PNAS, 114(17), E3573-E3582. National Academy of Sciences NAS 10.1073/pnas.1615504114

Ekroll, Vebjørn; Sayim, Bilge; Wagemans, Johan (2017). The Other Side of Magic: The Psychology of Perceiving Hidden Things. Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, 12(1), pp. 91-106. Sage 10.1177/1745691616654676

2016

Herzog, Michael H; Sayim, Bilge; Manassi, Mauro; Chicherov, Vitaly (2016). What crowds in crowding? Journal of vision, 16(11), 25:1-25:4. ARVO 10.1167/16.11.25

Ekroll, Vebjørn; Sayim, Bilge; Van der Hallen, Ruth; Wagemans, Johan (2016). Illusory Visual Completion of an Object's Invisible Backside Can Make Your Finger Feel Shorter. Current Biology, 26(8), pp. 1029-1033. Cell Press 10.1016/j.cub.2016.02.001

2015

Sayim, Bilge; Myin, Erik; van Uytven, Tilde (21 May 2015). Prior knowledge modulates peripheral color appearance (Unpublished). In: Midterm meeting of the International Colour Association (AIC) - Color and Image. Tokyo, Japan. 19.05.-22.05.2015.

Overvliet, K.E.; Sayim, B. (2015). Perceptual grouping determines haptic contextual modulation. Vision Research, 126, pp. 52-58. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.visres.2015.04.016

Herzog, Michael H.; Sayim, Bilge; Chicherov, Vitaly; Manassi, Mauro (2015). Crowding, grouping, and object recognition: a matter of appearance. Journal of vision, 15(6), p. 5. ARVO 10.1167/15.6.5

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