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Dekker, TM, Schwarzkopf, DS, de Haas, B, Nardini, M, Sereno, MI (2019). Population receptive field tuning properties of visual cortex during childhood. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.



de Haas, B, Iakovidis AL, Schwarzkopf, DS, Gegenfurtner, KR (2018). Individual differences in visual salience vary along semantic dimensions. bioRxiv, 444257. -> Data and code available at

de Haas, B (2018). How to Enhance the Power to Detect Brain-Behavior Correlations With Limited Resources. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12:421. -> Data and code available at

de Haas, B & Schwarzkopf, DS (2018). Feature-location effects in the Thatcher illusion. Journal of Vision 18(4):16, 1-12. -> Data and code available at

de Haas, B & Schwarzkopf, DS (2018). Spatially selective responses to Kanizsa and occlusion stimuli in human visual cortex. Scientific reports, 8(1), 611. -> Data and code available at

Finlayson, NJ, Manser-Smith, K, Balraj, A, de Haas, B, Schwarzkopf, DS (2018). The optimal experimental design for multiple alternatives perceptual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics -> Data and code available at

Zabicki, A, de Haas, B, Zentgraf, K, Stark, R, Munzert, J, Kruger, B (2017). Imagined and executed actions in the human motor system: Testing neural similarity between execution and imagery of actions with a multivariate approach. Cerebral Cortex 27(9): 4523-4536



de Haas, B, Schwarzkopf, DS, Rees, G (2016). Attention and multisensory modulation argue against total encapsulation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, e237

Van Dijk, J, de Haas, B, Moutsiana, C, Schwarzkopf, DS (2016). Intersession reliability of population receptive field estimates. NeuroImage 143, 293-303

de Haas, B, Schwarzkopf, DS, Alvarez, I, Lawson, RP, Henriksson, L, Kriegeskorte, N, Rees, G (2016). Perception and processing of faces in the human brain is tuned to typical feature locations. The Journal of Neuroscience,  36(36), 9289-9302

Moutsiana, C*, de Haas, B,* Papageorgiou, A, van Dijk, J, Balraj, A, Greenwood, J, Schwarzkopf, DS (2016). Cortical idiosyncrasies predict the subjective experience of object size. Nature Communications, 7:12110 -> Data and code available at

Pilgramm, S*, de Haas, B*, Helm, F, Zentgraf, K, Stark, R, Munzert, J, Kruger, B (2016). Motor Imagery of Hand Actions: Decoding the Content of Motor Imagery From Brain Activity in Frontal and Parietal Motor Areas. Human Brain Mapping, 37(1):81-93

Alvarez, I, de Haas, B, Clark, CA, Rees, G, Schwarzkopf, DS (2015). Comparing different stimulus configurations for population receptive field mapping in human fMRI. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:96



de Haas, B, Schwarzkopf, DS, Anderson, EJ, Rees, G (2014). Perceptual load affects spatial tuning of neuronal populations in human early visual cortex. Current Biology, 24(2), R66-67

Schwarzkopf, DS, Anderson, E, de Haas, B, White, S, Rees, G (2014). Larger extrastriate population receptive fields in autism spectrum disorders. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(7), 2713-2724

de Haas, B, Schwarzkopf, DS, Urner, M, Rees, G (2013). Auditory Modulation of Visual Stimulus Encoding in Human Retinotopic Cortex. NeuroImage, 70, 258-267

de Haas, B*, Cecere, R*, Cullen, H, Driver, J, Romei, V (2013). The Duration of a Co-Occurring Sound Modulates Visual Detection Performance in Humans. PLOS ONE 8(1): e54789



de Haas, B, Kanai, R, Jalkanen, L, Rees, G (2012). Grey Matter Volume in Early Human Visual Cortex Predicts Proneness to the Sound induced Flash Illusion. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279: 4955-4961

Schwarzkopf DS, de Haas B, Rees, G (2012). Better ways to improve standards in brain-behavior correlation analysis. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6:200

Romei, V, de Haas, B, Mok, RM, Driver, J (2011). Auditory stimulus timing influences perceived duration of co-occurring visual stimuli. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:215

de Haas, B, Rees, G (2010). Multiple Stages of cross-modal integration in visual processing: Comment on ‘Crossmodal influences on visual perception’ by L. Shams & R. Kim. Physics of Life Reviews 7(3): 287-288

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