Our new review article titled: “The extrafoveal preview paradigm as a measure of predictive, active sampling in visual perception” is now published on the Journal of Vision. The article is Open...

Our new paper titled “Time-dependent inhibition of covert shifts of attention” has been published in Experimental Brain Research! In two experiments we show that similar inhibitory mechanisms to saccadic inhibition might...

We uploaded a revised version of our paper titled: “Time-dependent inhibition of covert shift of attention” on bioRxiv. You can find the paper at this link: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.07.17.207928 In the original version...

We have a new paper accepted for for publication in the Journal of Vision! Together with Christoph Huber-Huber and David Melcher, we review theoretical perspectives on visual perception under naturalistic viewing...

Our latest work on the effect of spiking activity in the superior colliculus at the time of oculomotor readout is now out on eLife. This is a very exciting work showing...

My abstract was selected for the Elsevier/Vision Research Virtual Travel Award! At V-VSS, I will present very exciting work showing visual features tuning within the brainstem. You can find more information...

My abstract titled: “A sensory race between oculomotor control areas for coordinating motor timing” has been accepted for the 2021 V-VSS Annual Meeting that will take place virtually on May 21-26....

We have a new review article titled “Dissociable cortical and subcortical mechanisms for mediating the influences of visual cues on microsaccadic eye movements” now published in Frontiers in Neural Circuits! In...

We have a new article published in the Journal of Neurophysiology where we show how stimulus polarity and stimulus size affect microsaccadic rate. You can find the early release of the...

Our recent article titled “Task-irrelevant visual forms facilitate covert and overt spatial selection” is now available as early release at the Journal of Neuroscience. You can download the article at this...