Publications

Most articles are copyrighted by the publisher; PDFs are for personal academic use only.

Accepted for Publication

de Wit, M. M., & Buxbaum, L. J. (accepted). Critical motor involvement in prediction of human and non-biological motion trajectories. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. [PDF]

Published

de Wit, M. M., van der Kamp, J., & Withagen, R. (2016). Gibsonian neuroscience (book review of Michael Anderson’s After Phrenology: Neural Reuse and the Interactive Brain). Theory & Psychology, 26(3), 413-415[PDF]

de Wit, M. M., van der Kamp, J., & Withagen, R. (2015). Visual illusions and direct perception: Elaborating on Gibson’s insights. New Ideas in Psychology, 36, 1-9. [PDF]

van der Kamp, J., Withagen, R., & de Wit, M. M. (2013). Cultural and learning differences in the Judd illusion. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75, 1027-1038. [PDF]

Dotov, D. G., Nie, L., & de Wit, M. M. (2012). Understanding affordances: History and contemporary development of Gibson’s central concept. Avant, 3(2), 28-39. [PDF]

de Wit, M. M., van der Kamp, J., & Masters, R. S. W. (2012). Distinct task-independent visual thresholds for egocentric and allocentric information pick up. Consciousness and Cognition, 21(3), 1410-1418. [PDF]

van der Kamp, J., de Wit, M. M., & Masters, R. S. W. (2012). Left, right, left, right, eyes to the front! Müller-Lyer bias in grasping is not a function of hand used, hand preferred or visual hemifield, but foveation does matter. Experimental Brain Research, 218(1), 91-98. [PDF]

de Wit, M. M., Masters, R. S. W., & van der Kamp, J. (2012). Exploring the thresholds of vision for perception and action. Motor Control, 16(1), 120-128. [PDF] [PDF erratum]

de Wit, M. M., van der Kamp, J., & Masters, R. S. W. (2011). Delayed pointing movements to masked Müller-Lyer figures are affected by target size but not the illusion. Neuropsychologia, 49(7), 1903-1909. [PDF] [PDF erratum]

van Doorn, H., van der Kamp, J., de Wit, M. M., & Savelsbergh, G. J. P. (2009). Another look at the Müller-Lyer illusion: Different gaze patterns in vision for action and perception. Neuropsychologia, 47(3), 804-812. [PDF]