1. Sam Willems, Leia Vrancken, Filip Germeys & Karl Verfaillie (2014). Holistic Processing of Human Body Postures: Evidence From the Composite Effect. Frontiers in Psychology 5.
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  2. Peter De Graef & Filip Germeys (2003). Reading the Scene: Application of E-Z Reader to Object and Scene Perception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (4):479-480.
    We discuss five basic principles of E-Z Reader in terms of their potential for models of eye-movement control in object and scene perception. We identify several obstacles which may hinder the extrapolation of the E-Z Reader principles to nonreading tasks, yet find that sufficient similarities remain to justify using E-Z Reader as a guide for modeling eye-movement control in object and scene perception.
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  3. Peter De Graef, Karl Verfaillie, Filip Germeys, Veerle Gysen & Caroline Van Eccelpoel (2001). Trans-Saccadic Representation Makes Your Porsche Go Places. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):981-982.
    To eliminate the leap of faith required to explain how visual consciousness arises from visual representation, O'Regan & Noë focus on the sensorimotor interaction with the outside world and ban internal representations from their account of vision. We argue that evidence for transsaccadic representations necessitates a central position for an internal, on-line stimulus rendition in any adequate theory of vision.
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