• Orchard, E., Dakin, S., van Boxtel, J.J.A. Internal noise measures in coarse and fine motion direction discrimination tasks, and the correlation with autism traits. (preprint on BioRxiv 561548)
  • Rahman, M, van Boxtel, J.J.A. Seeing faces where there are none: Pareidolia correlates with age but not autism traits. (preprint on OSF)



  • Davidson, M.J., Mithen, W., Hogendoorn, H., van Boxtel, J.J.A.*, Tsuchiya, N.* The SSVEP tracks attention, not consciousness, during perceptual filling-in. eLife 2020;9:e60031 (preprint on BioRxiv)
  • Davidson, M.J., Graafsma, I, Tsuchiya, N.*, van Boxtel, J.J.A.* A multiple-response frequency-tagging paradigm measures graded changes in consciousness during perceptual filling-in. Neuroscience of Consciousness, 1:niaa002 (preprint on BioRxiv)
  • McEwen, C., Paton, B., Tsuchiya, N., van Boxtel, J. Motion-Induced Blindness as a Tool to Measure Attentional Biases and the Link to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Traits. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (in press) (preprint on PsyArxiv)
  • Rahnev, D., Adler, W. T., Akdoğan, B., Arbuzova, P., Atlas, L., Balcı, F., … Zylberberg, A. The confidence database. (Nature Human Behaviour 4, 317–325) (preprint on PsyArXiv)



  • Davidson, M.J., Alais, D., van Boxtel, J.J.A.*, Tsuchiya, N.* Attention periodically samples competing stimuli during binocular rivalry. eLife 2018;7:e40868 (preprint on bioRxiv)
  • Carter, O. Hohwy. J., van Boxtel, J., Lamme, V., Block, N., Koch, C., Tsuchiya, N. Conscious machines:Defining questions. Science 359 (6374):400. (2018)
  • Matthews, J., Schröder, P., Kaunitz, L. van Boxtel, J., Tsuchiya, N. Conscious access in the near absence of attention: Critical extensions on the dual-task paradigm. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 373: 20170352 (2018) (preprint on PsyArXiv)
  • Matthews, J., Wu, J., Corneille, V., Hohwy, J., van Boxtel, J., Tsuchiya, N. Sustained conscious access to incidental memories in RSVP. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics (2018) (preprint on PsyArXiv)


  • Thomas, V.A., Davidson, M., Zakavi, P., Tsuchiya, N., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Simulated forward and backward self motion, based on realistic parameters, causes strong motion induced blindness. Scientific Reports Article number: 9767 (2017). (preprint on BioRxiv)
  • On, Z.X., van Boxtel, J.J.A. The role of transparency cues in afterimage color perception. Scientific Reports Article number: 9183 (2017)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A. Different signal enhancement pathways of attention and consciousness underlie perception in humans. Journal of Neuroscience 37 (24) 5912-5922 (2017)
  • Gordon, N., Koenig-Robert, R., Tsuchiya, N., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Hohwy, J., Hierarchical Frequency Tagging reveals neural markers of predictive coding under varying uncertainty. eLife 2017;6:e22749 (2017). (preprint on BioRxiv)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Peng, Y., Su, J, Lu, H. Individual Differences in High-level Biological Motion Tasks Correlate with Autistic Traits. Vision Research 141:136-144 (2017)


  • Su, J, van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Social interactions receive priority to conscious perception. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160468 (2016)
  • Thurman, S.M., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Monti, M.M., Chiang, J.N, Lu, H. Neural adaptation in pSTS correlates with perceptual aftereffects to biological motion and with autistic traits. Neuroimage 130: 149-161 (2016)
  • van Boxtel. J.J.A., Dapretto, M., Lu, H. Intact recognition, but attenuated adaptation, for biological motion in youth with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Research 9(10):1103–1113 (2016)
  • van Boxtel. J.J.A., Koch, C. Reevaluating excess success in Psychological Science. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(5), 1602-1606 (2016)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Joints and their relations as critical features in action discrimination: evidence from a classification image method. Journal of Vision. 15(1):15.1.20 (2015)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A, Tsuchiya, N. Deconfounding consciousness: influences of attention, report and memory. In: The Constitution of Phenomenal Consciousness – Toward a Science and Theory. (ed) S. Miller, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2015)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Understanding Biological Motion. In: Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (eds.) Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons (2015)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. A biological motion toolbox for reading, displaying, and manipulating motion capture data in research settings. Journal of Vision. 13(12):7, 1-16 (2013)
  • Wu, E.X, Gilani S.O., van Boxtel J.J.A. Amihai, I., Chua, F.K., Yen, S.C. Parallel programming of saccades during natural scene viewing: Evidence from eye movement positions. Journal of Vision. 13(12):17, 1-14 (2013)
  • Tsuchiya, N.*, van Boxtel, J.J.A.* Introduction to research topic: attention and consciousness in different senses. Frontiers in Psychology. 204(4):1-4 (2013)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Impaired global, and compensatory local, biological motion processing in people with high levels of autistic traits. Frontiers in Psychology. 209(4):1-10 (2013)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. A predictive coding perspective on autism spectrum disorders. Frontiers in Psychology. 19(4):1-3 (2013)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Signature movements lead to efficient search for threatening actions. PLoS One. 7(5):e37085 (2012)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Koch, C. Visual rivalry without spatial conflict. Psychological Science. 23(4):410-418 (2012)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Lu, H. Visual search by action category. Journal of Vision. 11(7) article 19 (2011)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A.*, Tsuchiya, N.*, Koch, C. Consciousness and Attention: On sufficiency and necessity. Frontiers in Psychology. 217(1):1-13 (2010) * = equal contribution
  • Tsuchiya, N., van Boxtel, J.J.A. Is recurrent processing necessary and/or sufficient for consciousness? [Commentary]. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1(3):230-31 (2010)
  • van Boxtel J.J.A., Tsuchiya, N., Koch, C. Opposing effects of attention and consciousness on afterimages. Proc. Nat. Acac. Sci. USA. 107(19):8883-8 (2010)
  • Brascamp, J.W., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Knapen, T., Blake, R. A Dissociation of Attention and Awareness in Phase-sensitive but Not Phase-insensitive Visual Channels. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 22(10) 2326-2344 (2010)
  • Alais, D., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Parker, A., van Ee, R. Attending to auditory signals slows visual alternations in binocular rivalry. Vision Research. 50(10):929-935 (2010)


  • van Ee, R., van Boxtel, J.J.A., Parker, A.L., Alais, D. Multisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selection. Journal of Neuroscience. 29(37):11641-11649 (2009)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Knapen, T., Erkelens, C.J., van Ee, R. Removal of monocular interactions equates rivalry behavior for monocular, binocular, and stimulus rivalries. Journal of Vision. 8(15):13, 1-17 (2008)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Alais, D., van Ee, R. Retinotopic and non-retinotopic stimulus encoding in binocular rivalry and the involvement of feedback. Journal of Vision. 8(5):17, 1-10. (2008)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Alais, D., Erkelens, C.J., van Ee, R. The role of temporally course form processing in binocular rivalry. PLoS One. 3(1):e1429 (2008)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., van Ee, R., Erkelens, C.J. Dichoptic masking and Binocular rivalry share common perceptual dynamics. Journal of Vision. 7(14):3, 1-11 (2007)
  • Knapen, T.H.J., Kanai, R. , Brascamp, J.W., van Boxtel J.J.A. van Ee, R. Distance in feature space determines exclusivity in visual rivalry. Vision Research. 47(26):3269-3275 (2007)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Erkelens, C.J. A single motion system suffices for global-motion perception. Vision Research. 46(28): 4634-45 (2006)
  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., van Ee, R., Erkelens, C.J. A single system explains human speed perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18(11):1808-1819 (2006)


  • Wexler, M., van Boxtel, J.J.A. Depth perception by the active observer. Trends Cogn Scince. 9(9):431-8 (2005)


  • van Boxtel, J.J.A., Wexler, M., Droulez, J. Perception of plane orientation from self-generated and passively observed optic flow. Journal of Vision. 3(5):318-32 (2003)
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