Bilge Sayim

Chargé de recherche

Thèmes de recherche

Peripheral vision, crowding, intersections of vision science and art, contextual modulation, visual appearance and appearance-based methods

 

Publications

Melnik M, Coates D, Sayim B (2018). Emergent features in the crowding zone: When target-flanker grouping

surmounts crowding. Journal of Vision. September 2018, Vol. 18, 19.

Taylor JH, Sayim B (2018). Crowding, attention and consciousness: In support of the inference hypothesis. Mind

Lang. 2018;1–17.

Sayim B, Franke I, (2018). Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown. In H. C. Mertens, K. Naie, Retreat into

Darkness: Towards a Phenomenology of the Unknown. Berlin, Schering Foundation.

Sayim B, Wagemans J (2017). Appearance changes and error characteristics in crowding revealed by drawings.

Journal of Vision, 17(11):8, 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1167/17.11.8.

Coates DR, Wagemans J, Sayim B (2017). Diagnosing the visual periphery: Using the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure

Test to evaluate peripheral visual function. i-Perception. doi: 10.1177/2041669517705447.

Greenwood, JA, Szinte, M, Sayim, B, & Cavanagh, P (2017). Variations in crowding, saccadic precision, and spatial

localization reveal the shared topology of spatial vision. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201615504. doi:10.1073/pnas.1615504114

Ekroll V, Sayim B, Wagemans J (2017). The other side of magic: The psychology of perceiving hidden things.

Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12(1), 91-106.

Herzog MH, Sayim B, Manassi M, Chicherov V (2016). What crowds in crowding? Journal of Vision, September 2016,

Vol.16, 25. doi:10.1167/16.11.25.

Ekroll V, Sayim B, van der Hallen R, Wagemans J (2016). Illusory visual completion of an object’s invisible backside

can make your finger feel shorter. Current Biology 26, no. 8 (April 25, 2016): 1029–33.

Overvliet KE1, Sayim B1 (2015). Perceptual grouping determines haptic contextual modulation. Vision Research.

Available online, paper in press. [1 joint first author]

Sayim B, Myin E, Van Uytven T (2015). Prior knowledge modulates peripheral color appearance. Proceedings of the

International Colour Association (AIC), Tokyo Midterm meeting, 2015, 1147-1152.

Herzog MH, Sayim B, Chicherov V, Manassi M (2015). Crowding, grouping, and object recognition: a matter of

appearance. Journal of Vision, 15(6):5, 1–18.

Sayim B, Greenwood JG, Cavanagh P (2014). Foveal target repetitions reduce crowding. Journal of Vision.14 (6):4,

1-12.

Greenwood JG, Sayim B, Cavanagh P (2014). Crowding is reduced by onset transients in the target object (but not in

the flankers). Journal of Vision, 14 (6):2, 1-21.

Sayim B, Manassi M, Herzog MH (2014). How color, regularity, and Gestalt determine backward masking, Journal of

Vision, 14(7):8, 1-11.

Ekroll V, Sayim B, Wagemans J (2013). Against better knowledge: The magical force of amodal volume completion.

i-perception, 4, 511-515.

Manassi M, Sayim B, Herzog MH (2013). When crowding of crowding leads to uncrowding. Journal of Vision.

13(13):10, 1–10.

Sayim B, Cavanagh P (2013). Grouping and Crowding Affect Target Appearance over Different Spatial Scales. PLoS

ONE 8(8): e71188.

Manassi M, Sayim B, Herzog MH (2012). Grouping, pooling, and when bigger is better in visual crowding. Journal of

Vision, 12(10):13, 1–14.

Sayim B, Cavanagh P (2011). What line drawings reveal about the visual brain. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 5:118.

Sayim B, Cavanagh P (2011). The Art of Transparency. i-Perception, 2(7), 679-696.

Sayim B, Wesheimer G, Herzog MH (2011). Quantifying target conspicuity in contextual modulation by visual search.

Journal of Vision, 11(1):6, 1-11.

Sayim B, Grubert A, Herzog MH, Krummenacher J (2010). Display probability modulates attentional capture by onset

distractors. Journal of Vision, 10(3):10, 1-8.

Sayim B, Westheimer G, Herzog MH (2010). Gestalt Factors Modulate Basic Spatial Vision. Psychological Science,

21(5):641-4.

Saarela TP, Sayim B, Westheimer G, Herzog MH (2009). Global stimulus configuration modulates crowding. Journal

of Vision, 9(2):5, 1-11.

Sayim B, Westheimer G, Herzog MH (2008). Contrast polarity, chromaticity, and stereoscopic depth modulate

contextual interactions in vernier acuity. Journal of Vision, 8(8):12, 1-9.

Sayim B, Jameson KA, Alvarado N, Szeszel M (2005). Semantic and perceptual representations of color: Evidence of

a shared color naming function. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 5, 165-220.

 

Contact

Bilge Sayim
Laboratoire SCALab
Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille III
Domaine universitaire du Pont de Bois
BP 149
59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
France
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