Reshanne Reeder
Reshanne Reeder
Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool
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The contents of the search template for category-level search in natural scenes
RR Reeder, MV Peelen
Journal of Vision 13 (3), 13-13, 2013
Cortical evidence for negative search templates
RR Reeder, CNL Olivers, S Pollmann
Visual Cognition 25 (1-3), 278-290, 2017
Individual differences shape the content of visual representations
RR Reeder
Vision research 141, 266-281, 2017
Privileged access to awareness for faces and objects of expertise.
T Stein, RR Reeder, MV Peelen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (6), 788, 2016
Involuntary attentional capture by task-irrelevant objects that match the search template for category detection in natural scenes
RR Reeder, W van Zoest, MV Peelen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 1070-1080, 2015
Anomalous visual experience is linked to perceptual uncertainty and visual imagery vividness
JH Salge, S Pollmann, RR Reeder
Psychological research 85, 1848-1865, 2021
No evidence for enhanced distractor template representation in early visual cortex
RR Reeder, CNL Olivers, M Hanke, S Pollmann
Cortex 108, 279-282, 2018
The Ganzflicker experience: High probability of seeing vivid and complex pseudo-hallucinations with imagery but not aphantasia
V Königsmark, J Bergmann, RR Reeder
Cortex, 2021
Perceptual expertise improves category detection in natural scenes
RR Reeder, T Stein, MV Peelen
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 172-179, 2016
Preparatory activity in posterior temporal cortex causally contributes to object detection in scenes
RR Reeder, F Perini, MV Peelen
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (11), 2117-2125, 2015
Task relevance modulates the cortical representation of feature conjunctions in the target template
RR Reeder, M Hanke, S Pollmann
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 4514, 2017
Frontal cortex differentiates between free and imposed target selection in multiple-target search
E Ort, JJ Fahrenfort, R Reeder, S Pollmann, CNL Olivers
NeuroImage 202, 116133, 2019
Ganzflicker reveals the complex relationship between visual mental imagery and pseudo-hallucinatory experiences: A replication and expansion
RR Reeder
Collabra: Psychology 8 (1), 36318, 2022
Pseudo-hallucinations: why some people see more vivid mental images than others – test yourself here
RR Reeder
The Conversation, 2021
Diagnostic parts are not exclusive in the search template for real-world object categories
M Wurth, RR Reeder
Acta Psychologica 196, 11-17, 2019
A novel model of divergent predictive perception
RR Reeder, G Sala, TM van Leeuwen
PsyArXiv, 2023
The impact of aphantasia on mental healthcare experiences
B Mawtus, F Renwick, BR Thomas, RR Reeder, 2023
Interference in Recall for the Features of a Single Object Upon Repeated Probes
S Jain, RS Bapi, R Reeder, R Sengupta
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3824-3824, 2022
A new visual mental imagery classification system for imagery “extremes”: Evidence from visual working memory, visual priming, anomalous perception, and imagery-memory …
R Reeder, A Figueroa
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3321-3321, 2022
Symposium 13. Individual differences in mental imagery and anomalous perception A novel model on divergent perception in imagery extremes
R Reeder
PERCEPTION 51, 162-162, 2022
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