Allard P. Kamphuisen

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Recent work investigated the influence of exogenous attention on initial percept dominance at the onset of binocular rivalry. It was reported that cueing attention to one of two binocularly presented transparent stimuli immediately prior to rivalrous viewing provided the cued stimulus with a competitive advantage in subsequent binocular rivalry. This effect(More)
We investigated the spatio-temporal dynamics of the steady-state-visual-evoked field during perceptual switches in binocular rivalry using MEG. Several authors have previously used frequency tagging in MEG studies on binocular rivalry and have claimed to have found a widespread network of synchronized areas that are entrained by the stimulus, reaching up to(More)
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