Publications

Refereed Scientific Papers in Journals

  2013  
86.

T. Borra, H. Versnel, C. Kemner, A.J. van Opstal & R. van Ee (2013). An octave effect in auditory attention. PNAS, 110, 15225-15230.

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85.

R. van Ee (2013). Cognition at Christmas: Preface to Special Issue. Learning & Perception, 5:suppl 2, 33-35.

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84.

E.A. Miendlarzewska, G. van Elswijk, C.V. Cannistraci & R. van Ee (2013). Working memory load attenuates emotional enhancement in recognition memory. Frontiers in Psychology: Emotion Science, 4:112, 1-10.

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83.

C. Klink, R.J.A. van Wezel & R. van Ee (2013). The future of binocular rivalry research: Reaching through a window on consciousness. In S.M. Miller (ed.), The Constitution of Visual Consciousness: Lessons from Binocular Rivalry. Advances in Consciousness Research. John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 305-332.

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82.

N. Kogo & R. van Ee (2013). Neural mechanisms of figure-ground organization: Border-ownership, competition and perceptual switching. Series: Handbook of Perception, In Press.

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  2012  
81.

M.C. de Jong, Z. Kourtzi & R. van Ee (2012). Perceptual experience modulates cortical circuits involved in visual awareness. European Journal of NeuroScience, 36, 3718–3731.

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80.

C. Klink, R.J.A. van Wezel & R. van Ee (2012). United we sense, divided we fail: Context-driven perception of ambiguous visual stimuli. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, 367 (SI 1591), 932-941.

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79.

M.C. de Jong, T.H.J. Knapen & R. van Ee (2012). Opposite influence of perceptual memory on initial and prolonged perception of sensory ambiguity. PLoS ONE, 7(1):e30595.

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  2011  
78.

T.H.J. Knapen, J. Pearson, J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee & R. Blake (2011). Activity in frontal cortex during bistability reflects perceptual indecision. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(28):10293-10301.

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77.

R. van Ee (2011). Percept-switch nucleation in binocular rivalry reveals local adaptation characteristics of early visual processing. Journal of Vision, 11(2):13, 1-12. http://journalofvision.org/11/2/13

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76.

T. de Graaf, M.C. de Jong, R. Goebel, R. van Ee & A.T. Sack (2011). On the Functional Relevance of Frontal Cortex for Passive and Voluntarily Controlled Bistable Vision. Cerebral Cortex, 21(10): 2322-2331.

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  2010  
75. R. van Ee, & C.J. Erkelens (2010). Stereo-vision: Head-centric coding of retina signals. Current Biology, 20, R567-568. pdf
74. J.W. Brascamp, R. Kanai, V. Walsh & R. van Ee (2010). Human Middle Temporal Cortex, perceptual bias, and perceptual memory for ambiguous Three-Dimensional motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 760-766. pdf
73. D.M. Alais, J.J.A. van Boxtel, A.L. Parker & R. van Ee (2010). Attending to auditory signals slows visual alternations in binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 50, 929-935. pdf
72. J.J. Koenderink, L. Albertazzi, A.J. van Doorn, R. van Ee, et al. (2010). Does monocular space contain planes? Acta Psychologica, 134, May, 40-47. pdf
71. D.A. Wismeijer, C.J. Erkelens, R. van Ee & M. Wexler (2010). Depth cue combination in spontaneous eye movements. Journal of Vision, 10(6):25, 1-15. pdf
70. F.L. Kooi, D. Dekker, R. van Ee & A. Brouwer (2010). Real 3D increases perceived depth over anaglyphs but does not cancel stereo-anomaly. Displays, 31, 132-138. pdf
  2009  
69. R. van Ee, J.J.A. van Boxtel, A.L. Parker & D.M. Alais (2009). Multisensory congruency as a mechanism for attentional control over perceptual selection. Journal of Neuroscience, 29, 11641-11649. pdf
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68. R. van Ee (2009). Stochastic variations in sensory awareness are driven by noisy neuronal adaptation: Evidence from serial correlations in perceptual bistability. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 26, 2612-2622. pdf
67. G.J. Brouwer, F. Tong, P. Hagoort & R. van Ee (2009). Perceptual incongruence influences bistability and cortical activation. PLoS ONE, 4(3): e5056. pdf
66. M. Raemaekers, M.E. van der Schaaf, R. van Ee & R.J.A. van Wezel (2009). Widespread fMRI activity differences between perceptual states in rivalry are correlated with differences in observer biases. Brain Research, 1252, 161-171. pdf
  2008  
65. C. Klink, R. van Ee & R.J.A. van Wezel (2008). General Validity of Levelt's Propositions Reveals Common Computational Mechanisms for Visual Rivalry. PLoS ONE, 3(10), e3473. pdf
64. J.J.A. van Boxtel, T. Knapen, C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2008). Removal of monocular interactions equates rivalry behavior for monocular, binocular, and stimulus rivalries. Journal of Vision, 8(15):13, 1–17. pdf
63. A.P. Kamphuisen, M, Bauer & R. van Ee (2008). No evidence for widespread synchronized networks in binocular rivalry: MEG frequency tagging entrains primarily early visual cortex. Journal of Vision, 8(5):4, 1-8. http://journalofvision.org/8/5/4 pdf
62. J.J.A. van Boxtel, D.M. Alais, C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2008). The role of temporally coarse form processing during binocular rivalry. PLoS ONE, 3(1): e1429. pdf
61. C. Klink, R. van Ee, M.M. Nijs, G.J. Brouwer, A.J. Noest & R.J.A. van Wezel (2008). Early interactions between neuronal adaptation and voluntary control determine perceptual choices in bistable vision. Journal of Vision, 8(5):16, 1-18. http://journalofvision.org/8/5/16 pdf
60. J.W. Brascamp, T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, A.J. Noest, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2008). Multi-timescale perceptual history resolves visual ambiguity. PLoS ONE, 3(1): e1497. pdf
59. D.A. Wismeijer, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2008). Depth cues, rather than perceived depth, govern vergence. Experimental Brain Research, 184, 61-70. pdf
58. J.J.A. van Boxtel, D.M. Alais & R. van Ee (2008). Retinotopic and non-retinotopic stimulus encoding in binocular rivalry and the involvement of feedback. Journal of Vision, 8(5):17, 1-10. http://journalofvision.org/8/5/17 pdf
  2007  
57. G.J. Brouwer & R. van Ee (2007). Visual cortex allows prediction of perceptual states during ambiguous structure-from-motion. Journal of NeuroScience, 27, 1015-1023. pdf
56. T.H.J. Knapen, R. van Ee & R. Blake (2007). Stimulus motion propels traveling waves in binocular rivalry. PLoS ONE, 2(8): e739. pdf
55. J.J.A. van Boxtel, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2007). Dichoptic masking and binocular rivalry share common perceptual dynamics. Journal of Vision, Journal of Vision, 7(14):3, 1-11. pdf
54. T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, J.W. Brascamp, J.J.A. van Boxtel & R. van Ee (2007). Distance in feature space determines exclusivity in visual rivalry. Vision Research, 47, 3269-3275. pdf
53. J.W. Brascamp, T.H.J. Knapen, R. Kanai, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2007). Flash suppression and flash facilitation in binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7(12):12,1-12. pdf
52. R. Kanai, T.H.J. Knapen, R. van Ee & F.A.J. Verstraten (2007). Disruption of implicit perceptual memory by intervening neutral stimuli. Vision Research, 47, 2675-2683. pdf
51. A.J. Noest, R. van Ee, M.M. Nijs & R.J.A. van Wezel (2007). Percept-choice sequences driven by interrupted ambiguous stimuli: A low-level neural model. Journal of Vision, 7(8):10, 1-14. pdf
50. A.P. Kamphuisen, R.J.A. van Wezel & R. van Ee (2007). Inter-ocular transfer of stimulus cueing in dominance selection at the onset of binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 47, 1142-1144. pdf
49. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2007). Monocular symmetry in binocular vision. Journal of Vision, 7(4):5,1-9. pdf
48. T.H.J. Knapen, C. Paffen, R. Kanai & R. van Ee (2007). Stimulus flicker alters interocular grouping during binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 47, 1-7. pdf
  2006  
47. J.J.A. van Boxtel, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2006). A single system explains human speed perception. Journal of Cognitive NeuroScience, 18, 1808-1819. pdf
46. J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee, A.J. Noest, R.H.A.H. Jacobs & A.V. van den Berg (2006). The time course of binocular rivalry reveals a fundamental role of noise. Journal of Vision, 6, 1244-1256. pdf
45. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2006). Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. Journal of vision, 6, 1172-1179. pdf
44. A. Noest, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2006). Direct extraction of curvature-based metric shape from stereo. Biological Cybernetics, 95, 455-486. pdf
43. R. van Ee, A.J. Noest, J.W. Brascamp & A.V. van den Berg (2006). Attentional control over either of the two competing percepts of ambiguous stimuli revealed by a two-parameter analysis: Means don't make the difference. Vision Research, 46, 3129-3141. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2006.03.017. pdf
42. G.J. Brouwer & R. van Ee (2006). Endogenous influences on perceptual bistability depend on exogenous stimulus characteristics. Vision Research, 46, 3393-3402. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2006.03.016. pdf
41. T.H.J. Knapen & R. van Ee (2006). Slant perception, and its voluntary control, do not govern the slant aftereffect: multiple slant signals adapt independently. Vision Research, 46, 3381-3392. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2006.03.027. pdf
40. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2006). The role of saccades in exerting voluntary control in perceptual and binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 46, 787-799. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2005.10.011. pdf
  2005  
39. G.J. Brouwer, R. van Ee & J. Schwarzbach (2005). Activation in visual cortex correlates with the awareness of stereoscopic depth. Journal of NeuroScience, 25, 10403-10413. pdf
38. H.E.M. den Ouden, R. van Ee & E. de Haan (2005). Colour helps to solve the binocular matching problem. Journal of Physiology, 567.2, 665-671. pdf
37. R. van Ee, G. Krumina, S.P. Pont & S. van der Ven (2005). Voluntarily controlled bi-stable slant perception of real and photographed surfaces. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 272, 141-148. pdf
36. J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee, W.R. Pestman & A.V. van den Berg (2005). Distributions of alternation rates in various forms of bistable perception. Journal of Vision, 5, 287-298. pdf
35. R. van Ee (2005). Dynamics of perceptual bi-stability for stereoscopic slant rivalry and a comparison with grating, house-face, and Necker cube rivalry. Vision Research, 45, 29-40. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2004.07.039. pdf
34. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2005). The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. Vision Research, 45, 2417-2435. pdf
33. R. van Ee, L.C.J. van Dam & G.J. Brouwer (2005). Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. Vision Research, 45, 41-55. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2004.07.030. pdf
32. A.V. van den Berg, R. van Ee & A.J. Noest (2005). Mixed visual reference frames: perceiving nonretino-centric visual quantities in a retino-centric frame. Proc. SPIE, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging (Eds: B.E. Rogowitz, T.N. Pappas, S.J. Daly), 5666, 449-461. pdf
  2004  
31. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2004). Stereoscopic matching and the aperture problem. Perception, 33, 769-787. pdf
  2003  
30. R. van Ee (2003). Correlation between stereoanomaly and perceived depth when disparity and motion interact in binocular matching. Perception, 32, 67-84. pdf
29. K. Hol, A. Koene & R. van Ee (2003). Attention-biased multi-stable surface perception in three-dimensional structure-from-motion. Journal of Vision, 3, 486-498. pdf
28. R. van Ee, W.J. Adams & P. Mamassian (2003). Bayesian modeling of cue interaction: bi-stability in stereoscopic slant perception. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 20, 1398-1406. pdf
27. M.H. Both, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2003). Perceived slant from Werner's illusion affects binocular eye movements. Journal of Vision, 3, 685-697. pdf
26. R. van Ee & L.C.J. van Dam (2003). The influence of cyclovergence on unconstrained stereoscopic matching. Vision Research, 43, 307-319. pdf
Assistent Professor Physics Utrecht (2000-2002)
  2002  
25. R. van Ee, L.C.J. van Dam & C.J. Erkelens (2002). Bi-stability in perceived slant when binocular disparity and monocular perspective specify different slants. Journal of Vision, 2, 597-607. pdf
24. E.M. Berends, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2002). Vertical disparity can alter perceived direction. Perception, 31, 1323-1333. pdf
23. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2002). Multi-coloured stereograms unveil two binocular colour mechanisms in human vision. Vision Research, 42, 1103-1112. pdf
22. R. van Ee & W. Richards (2002). A planar and a volumetric test for stereoanomaly. Perception, 31, 51-64. pdf
21. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2002). The role of the cyclopean eye in vision: sometimes inappropriate, always irrelevant. Vision Research, 42, 1157-1163. pdf
Postdoctoral period MIT (1999-2000)
  2001  
20. R. van Ee & B.L. Anderson (2001). Motion direction, speed, and orientation in binocular matching. Nature, 410, 690-694. pdf
19. W.J. Adams, M.S. Banks & R. van Ee (2001). Adaptation to three-dimensional distortions in human vision. Nature Neuroscience, 4, 1063-1064. pdf
18. R. van Ee (2001). Perceptual learning without feedback and the stability of stereoscopic slant estimation. Perception, 30, 95-114. pdf
17. R. van Ee, B.L. Anderson & H. Farid (2001). Occlusion junctions do not improve stereoacuity. Spatial Vision, 15, (# 1, Nov 2001), 45-59. pdf
Postdoctoral period UC Berkeley (1996-1999)
  2000  
16. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2000). Is there an interaction between perceived direction and perceived aspect ratio in stereoscopic vision? Perception & Psychophysics, 62, 910-926. pdf
15. R. van Ee & C.M. Schor (2000). Unconstrained stereoscopic matching of lines. Vision Research, 40, 151-162. pdf
  1999  
14. R. van Ee, M.S. Banks & B.T. Backus (1999). An analysis of stereoscopic slant contrast. Perception, 28, 1121-1145. pdf
13. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1999). The influence of large scanning eye movements on stereoscopic slant estimation of large surfaces. Vision Research, 39, 467-479. pdf
12. B.T. Backus, M.S. Banks, R. van Ee & J.A. Crowell (1999). Horizontal and vertical disparity, eye position, and stereoscopic slant perception. Vision Research, 39, 1143-1170. pdf
11. R. van Ee, M.S. Banks & B.T. Backus (1999). Perceived visual direction near an occluder. Vision Research, 39, 4085-4097. pdf
  1998  
10. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1998). A computational model of depth perception based on headcentric disparity. Vision Research, 38, 2999-3018.  
9. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1998). Temporal aspects of stereoscopic slant estimation: An evaluation and extension of Howard and Kaneko's theory. Vision Research, 38, 3871-3882. pdf
  1997  
8. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1997). Capture of the visual direction of monocular objects by adjacent binocular objects. Vision Research, 37, 1735-1745.  
7. M.S. Banks, R. van Ee & B.T. Backus (1997). The computation of binocular visual direction: A re-examination of Mansfield and Legge (1997). Vision Research, 37, 1605-1610.  
6. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1997). Capture of visual direction: An unexpected phenomenon in binocular vision. Vision Research, 37, 1193-1196.  
Graduate Student Physics
  1996  
5. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1996). Stability of binocular depth perception with moving head and eyes. Vision Research, 36, 3827-3842. pdf
4. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1996). Anisotropy in Werner's binocular depth-contrast effect. Vision Research, 36, 2253-2262. pdf
3. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1996). Temporal aspects of binocular slant perception. Vision Research, 36, 43-51. pdf
2. C.J. Erkelens, A.J.M. Muijs & R. van Ee (1996). Binocular alignment in different depth planes. Vision Research, 36, 2141-2147.  
  1995  
  PhD Thesis (August 1991 - November 1994; Utrecht University, Dept Physics & Astronomy)
R. van Ee (1995). Stability of binocular depth perception. ISBN 90-393-0846-2.
 
1. R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1995). Binocular perception of slant about oblique axes relative to a visual frame of reference. Perception, 24, 299-314. pdf
Non-Vision Publications being Undergraduate Student work in Physics:
1. R. Bhagwandien, R. van Ee, R. Beersma, C.J.G. Bakker, M.A. Moerland & J.J.W. Lagendijk (1992). Numerical analysis of the magnetic field for arbitrary magnetic susceptibility distributions in 2D. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 10, 299-313.  
3. R. van Ee, R. Bhagwandien, C. J. G. Bakker (1991). Improved analysis of susceptibility artifacts in NMR SE maging of simple objects. Proceedings of the 8th annual meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), page 248.  
2. R. Bhagwandien, C. J. G. Bakker, R. van Ee, M. A. Moerland and J.J.W. Lagendijk (1991). Numerical analysis of the magnetic field for arbitrary magnetic susceptibility distributions. Proceedings of the 8th annual meeting of the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB), page 250.  
Instruction readers
4. R. van Ee (1992). Analysis of susceptibility artefacts in magnetic resonance spin-echo imaging of simple objects. 3DCV 92-02.  
5. R. van Ee (1992). Introduction to the fundamentals of magnetic resonance imaging. UBI-M.92.CV-030.  
6. R. van Ee (1992). Analysis of susceptibility artefacts in magnetic resonance spin-echo imaging of simple objects. UBI-M.92.CV-035.  

Publications in Dutch Journals and Popular Scientific Magazins

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Refereed Abstracts

  2010
107. M.C. de Jong, et al, R. van Ee (2010). Occipital reflections of perceptual decisions revealed by subdural electrode recordings in human. Society for NeuroScience, Submitted.
106. T. Knapen, J.W. Brascamp, J. Pearson, R. van Ee, R. Blake (2010). Perceptual indecision during perceptual bistability: the role of right frontal cortex. Society for NeuroScience, Submitted.
105. T. de Graaf, M.C. de Jong, R. Goebel, R. van Ee, A.T. Sack (2010). The Brain changing its Mind: bistable perception and voluntary control investigated with frontoparietal TMS. Human Brain Mapping, Submitted.
104. R. van Ee (2010). Zero correlation is not a hallmark of perceptual bistability: Variation in percept duration is driven by noisy neuronal adaptation. Journal of Vision, 10(7):340.
103. D.A. Wismeijer, C.J. Erkelens, R. van Ee & M. Wexler (2010). Depth cue combination in spontaneous eye movements. Journal of Vision, 10(7):76.
102. M.C. de Jong, Z. Kourtzi, R. van Ee (2010). Perceptual memory increases amplitude of neural response in sensory brain regions. Journal of Vision, 10(7):343.
101. T. de Graaf, M.C. de Jong, R. van Ee, A.T. Sack (2010). The Brain changing its Mind: bistable perception and voluntary control investigated with frontoparietal TMS. Journal of Vision, 10(7):349.
  2009
100. H. Kroger & R. van Ee (2009). Percept switches in binocular rivalry: Dynamics of nucleation and domain walls. Frontiers of Fundamental Physics 10 (FFP10, Perth, Australia), 44.
99. L.I. Leiros, R. van Ee, F. Valle-Inclan & M.J. Blanco (2009). Individual differences in fixation eye movements: it is true that microsaccades are strictly binocular? ECEM, PB13:145.
98. D.A. Wismeijer, R. van Ee, C.J. Erkelens & M. Wexler (2009). 3D cue combination in spontaneous eye movements. Journal of Vision, 9(8):43.
97. M.C. de Jong & R. van Ee (2009). Perceptual Memory influences both continuous and intermittent Ambiguous Perception, but in opposite ways. Journal of Vision, 9(8):273.
96. J.W. Brascamp, R. Kanai, V. Walsh & R. van Ee (2009). The influence of TMS over MT on perceptual memory in structure-from-motion rivalry. Journal of Vision, 9(8):263.
  2008
95. R. van Ee (2008). Reported evidence for widespread synchronized networks in visual rivalry is unconvincing. Perception, 37, S128.
94. M.C. de Jong, J.W. Brascamp, C. Kemner & R. van Ee (2008). Neural Correlates of Memory in Ambiguous Perception measured with EEG. Perception, 37, S155.
93. J.J.A. van Boxtel, C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2008). Binocular rivalry from asynchronously flickering images: the temporal limit depends on trial duration and attention. Perception, 37, S100.
92. P.C. Klink, R. van Ee & R.J.A. van Wezel (2008). Levelt’s Propositions Generalized for Bistable Structure-from-Motion: Common Computational Mechanisms of Visual Rivalry. Perception, 37, S28.
91. A.J. Noest, R. van Ee & R. van Wezel (2008). Timescale-invariant neural response properties yield ‘stack’-memory behaviour. Perception, I37, S50.
90. T. Knapen, J. Pearson, J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee & R. Blake (2008). The role of frontal areas in alternations during perceptual bistability. Journal of Vision, 8(6):254.
89. D.A. Wismeijer, T. Knapen, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2008). Influence of perspective and disparity on vergence smooth pursuit. Journal of Vision, 8(6):671.
88. R. van Ee (2008). Early neural interactions can explain perceptual bi-stability modifications of stimulus timing, perceptual history, cross-modal influence and attentional control. Journal of Vision, 8(6):794.
  2007
87. R. van Ee, A.L. Parker, J.J.A. van Boxtel & D.M. Alais (2007). Voluntary control over visual rivalry is enhanced by sound that is consistent with scene interpretation. Society for NeuroScience, 126.10.
86. T. Knapen, J.J.A. van Boxtel & R. van Ee (2007). Neural circuitry of segregation and binding in perceptual rivalry. Society for NeuroScience, 201.10.
85. J.W. Brascamp, T. Knapen, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2007). History dependence on multiple timescales in ambiguous figure perception. Society for NeuroScience, 716.16.
84. J.J.A. van Boxtel, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2007). Binocular rivalry depends on temporally coarse form processing. Society for NeuroScience, 716.15.
83. P.C. Klink, R. van Ee, M.M. Nijs, A.J. Noest & R.J.A. van Wezel (2007). Early interactions between stimulus timing, perceptual history and voluntary control determine perceptual decisions in bi-stable vision. Society for NeuroScience, 507.14.
82. R. van Ee, A.L. Parker, J.J.A. van Boxtel & D.M. Alais (2007). Attending to auditory signals slows binocular rivalry. Perception, 36, S56.
81. D.M. Alais, A.L. Parker, J.J.A. van Boxtel, C. Paffen & R. van Ee (2007). Attending to auditory signals slows binocular rivalry. Perception, 36, S56.
80. T. Knapen, R. van Ee & R. Blake (2007). Stimulus motion propels traveling waves in binocular rivalry. Perception, 36, S56.
79. J.J.A. van Boxtel, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2007). Binocular rivalry for temporally modulated stimuli depends on a form-based parsing mechanism. Perception, 36, S56.
78. J.W. Brascamp, T. Knapen, N.V. Stolk, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2007). Temporal characteristics of history-dependence in ambiguous figure perception. Perception, 36, S45.
77. A.J. Noest, R. van Ee, R.J.A. van Wezel, P.C. Klink & M.M. Nijs, (2007). Bistable percept-choice dynamics explained by early interactions between stimulus timing, voluntary bias and perceptual history. Perception, 36, S143.
76. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2007). The role of saccadic eye movements in perceptual bistability. German Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaften, In Press.
75. G.J. Brouwer & R. van Ee (2007). Decoding visual awareness and its voluntary control during ambiguous structure-from-motion. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 747.
74. T. Knapen, J. Pearson, R. Blake, & R. van Ee (2007). Increase of perceived speed accompanying onset of interocular suppression. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 52.
73. J.W. Brascamp, T. Knapen, R. Kanai, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2007). Perceptual memory of ambiguous figures survives spontaneous perceptual alternations. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 802.
72. D.A. Wismeijer, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2007). Influence of perceived depth in a reverse perspective stimulus on vergence. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 28.
71. J.J.A. van Boxtel, T. Knapen, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2007). Identical rivalry dynamics for monocular, stimulus and binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 54.
70. L.C.J. van Dam, R. Mulder, A.J. Noest, J.W. Brascamp, A.V. van den Berg, & R. van Ee (2007). Sequential dependency in percept durations for binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7 (9), 53.
  2006
69. G.J. Brouwer, R. van Ee & F. Tong (2006). Neural mechanisms underlying ambiguous structure-from-motion and voluntary control revealed by functional imaging. Association for the scientific study of consciousness, 10.
68. R.J.A van Wezel, A.J. Noest, M.M. Nijs & R. van Ee (2006). Percept choices at the onset of ambiguous or binocular rivalry stimuli. Journal of the Vision Society of Japan, 18, S156.
67. J.W. Brascamp, A.J. Noest, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2006). Transition phases show the importance of noise in binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S845.
66. R. van Ee, J.W. Brascamp, G.J. Brouwer & L.C.J. van Dam (2006). Endogenous control over either of the two percepts that compete for visual awareness in perceptual rivalry. Association for the scientific study of consciousness, 10.
65. R. van Ee (2006). Attentional control over either of the two competing percepts for the Necker Cube. Journal of the Vision Society of Japan, 18, S50.
64. J.J.A. van Boxtel, A.P. Kamphuisen, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2006). The occurrence of binocular rivalry and dichoptic masking depends on temporal aspects of stimulator. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S850.
63. A.J. Noest, R. van Ee & R.J.A. van Wezel (2006). Visual choice dynamics: Explaining repetition and predicting alternation of bistable percepts driven by stimulus On/Off timing. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S51.
62. R. van Ee & T. Knapen (2006). Stereoscopic surface slant adaptation occurs before slant awareness: multiple slant signals adapt independently. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S647.
61. T. Knapen, C. Paffen, R. Kanai & R. van Ee (2006). Stimulus flicker alters interocular grouping during binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S49.
60. D.A. Wismeijer, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2006). The influence of perceived surface slant of an ambiguous stimulus on vergence. Perception, 35, S26.
59. T. Knapen, M. Struiksma & R. van Ee (2006). Multiple slant rivalry stimuli alternate independently. Perception, 35, S30.
58. J.J.A. van Boxtel, T. Knapen, R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (2006). Exploring the parameter space of stimulus rivalry. Perception, 35, S32.
57. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2006). Saccadic retinal shifts correlate with perceptual alternations in binocular rivalry. Perception, 35, S25.
56. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2006). Bilateral symmetry in binocular visioen. Perception, 35, S10.
55. R.J.A van Wezel, A.J. Noest, M.M. Nijs & R. van Ee (2006). Percept choices at the onset of ambiguous or binocular rivalry stimuli. Perception, 35, S29.
54. A.J. Noest & R. van Ee (2006). Statistical mechanics modelling of rivalrous dominance- and transition-durations. Perception, 35, S53.
53. R. van Ee, J.W. Brascamp, A.J. Noest & A.V. van den Berg (2006). Attentional control over either of the two competing percepts for the Necker Cube. Perception. 35, S162.
52. C.J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2006). Metric of binocular visual direction in stereopsis. Journal of Vision, 6(6), S424.
51. J.W. Brascamp, R. van Ee, A.J. Noest & A.V. van den Berg (2006). Temporal dynamics of binocular rivalry imply an important role for noise. Perception, 35, S9.
  2005
50. G.J. Brouwer, F. Tong, J. Schwarzbach & R. van Ee (2005). Voluntary control over perceptual changes during bistable Structure-from-Motion, revealed by fMRI. Society for NeuroScience, 664.13.
49. T. Knapen & R. van Ee (2005). Directed perceptual awareness does not influence slant adaptation under conditions of slant rivalry. Society for NeuroScience, 664.13.
48. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2005). The role of version and vergence in visual bistability. Perception, 34, S145.
47. R. van Ee (2005). Visual awareness and voluntary control. Journal of Vision, 5(8), S707.
46. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2005). The role of eye movements in bistability from perceptual and binocular rivalry and the role of voluntary control. Journal of Vision, 5(8), S704.
  2004
45. R. van Ee (2004). Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56, S139.
44. J. Brascamp, A.V. van den Berg & R. van Ee (2004). Shared neural circuitry for switching between perceptual states and ocular motor states? Journal of Vision, in press, VSS abstract A29.
43. T. Knapen & R. van Ee (2004). Effects of attention on slant aftereffects in bi-stable stereoscopic depth perception. Perception, 33, S97.
42. A. Koene & R. van Ee (2004). Modelling bi-stability in perceived slant when binocular disparity and monocular perspective specify different slants. Perception, 33, S86.
41. G.J. Brouwer, F. Tong, J. Schwarzbach & R. van Ee (2004). Neural correlates of stereoscopic depth perception in visual cortex. Society for NeuroScience, 664.13.
40. R. van Ee (2004). Voluntary control and awareness of stereopsis. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics, 31, S47.
  2003
39. A. Koene & R. van Ee (2003). Modeling bi-stability in perceived slant. Journal of Physiology - Paris, in press.
38. R. van Ee, L.C.J. van Dam & G.J. Brouwer (2003). Attention-driven conscious bi-stable stereoscopic depth perception. Society for NeuroScience, 339.1.
37. G.J. Brouwer & R. van Ee (2003). The neural correlates of bistable stereoscopic depth perception: an fMRI study. Society for NeuroScience, 179.13.
36. A.J. Noest, R. van Ee & A.V. van den Berg (2003). Disentangling retinal and head-centric disparity-coding involved in perception of metric depth from stereo. Perception, 32, S13.
35. R. van Ee (2003). Attention-driven conscious bi-stable stereoscopic depth perception. Perception,32, S45.
34. L.C.J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2003). Bistability in stereoscopically perceived slant about a horizontal axis. Journal of Vision, 3(9), 467.
33. R. van Ee, L.C.J. van Dam, G.J. Brouwer & N.J.H. Korsten (2003). Bistable stereoscopic 3D percepts: Will-power, flip frequency, eye movements and blinks. Journal of Vision, 3(9), 160.
  2002
32. R. van Ee (2002). Voluntarily controlled percepts, will-power, and conscious vision. Journal of Vision, 2(10), 73.
31. A. Koene, K. Hol & R. van Ee (2002). Modeling curvature polarity in multi-stable 3D structure from motion. Perception, 31, S151.
30. L. C. J. van Dam & R. van Ee (2002). Stereoscopic matching and the aperture problem. Perception, 31, S159.
29. C. J. Erkelens, E. Gheorghiu & R. van Ee (2002). Stereopsis: the binding of depth to visual directions rather than to patterns. Perception, 31, S55.
28. R. van Ee & L. C. J. van Dam (2002). The influence of cyclovergence on unconstrained stereoscopic matching. Perception, 31, S55.
27. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (2002). Conscious selection of bi-stable 3D percepts described by neural population codes. Journal of Vision, 2(7), S459a.
  2001
26. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2001). Evidence for two binocular colour mechanisms. Journal of Vision, 1(3), S171a.
25. R. van Ee, K. Hol & C. J. Erkelens (2001). Bistable stereoscopic percepts and depth cue combination. Perception, 30, S42.
24. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (2001). Attention-driven bistable stereoscopic slant percepts: Feedback versus cue-weighting mechanism. Society for NeuroScience, 722.24.
23. E. Berends, R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (2001). Differing roles of vertical disparity in perceiving direction and perceiving depth. Perception, 30, S43.
22. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2001). Colour illusions in half-occlusions. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 42, S50.
  2000 and before
21. R. van Ee & Anderson, B. L. (2000). The role of motion direction and speed in stereoscopic matching. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 41, S948.
20. R. van Ee, W. Richards, A. J. van Doorn & J.J. Koenderink (2000). Stereoanomaly explains inter-subject differences in various stereoscopic depth experiments. Perception, 29, S103.
19. E. Berends, C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2000). Adaptation to oscillating disparity. Perception, 29, S27.
18. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (2000). Binocular colour mixing in half-occlusions. Perception, 29, S100.
17. W. J. Adams, M. S. Banks & R. van Ee (1999) Disparity adaptation following prolonged use of aniseikonic lenses. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 40, S193.
16. R. van Ee, M.S. Banks & B.T. Backus (1998). Perceived visual direction near an occluder. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 39, S621.
15. J.M. Hillis, B.T. Backus, R. van Ee & M.S. Banks (1998). Stable stereopsis derived from retinal signals and noisy oculomotor signals. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 39, S623.
14. C. Hung, R. van Ee & M.S. Banks (1998). Binocular visual direction of horizontal stimuli near an occluder. American Academy of Optometry Annual meeting, 39, S623.
13. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1997). Sequential fixation in stereoscopic slant estimation. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 38, S955.
12. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1997). Are stereopsis and ocular vergence based on headcentric disparity? Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 38, S621.
11. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1997). Stable stereopsis derived from retinal signals and noisy oculomotor signals. ATR Workshop on Human Visual Perception, Kyoto, Japan.
10. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1996). Binocularly perceived direction and outline shape. Perception, 25, p.70.
9. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1996). Binocular slant perception from scale, shear, rotation and divergence. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 37, S289.
8. M. S. Banks, R. van Ee & B. T. Backus (1996). Visual direction behind and near an occluder. Perception, 25, p.41.
7. B. T. Backus, R. van Ee & M. S. Banks (1996). Horizontal disparity pooling. Perception, 25, p.67.
6. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1996). Capture of Binocular Visual Direction. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 37, S290.
5. R. van Ee, A. J. M. Muijs & C. J. Erkelens (1995). Binocular vision: A circular disk occludes an elliptical area. International Conference on Visual Coding, Toronto, Canada.
4. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1995). A new interpretation of Werner's (1937) depth contrast effect. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 36, S367.
3. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1994). Time-dependent perception of large-field slants: validation of a model for depth perception during dynamic viewing. Perception, 23, p.35.
2. C. J. Erkelens & R. van Ee (1993). Disparity processing for depth perception under dynamic viewing conditions. Int. Conf. and Nato Adv. Workshop on Binocular Stereopsis and Optic Flow, Toronto, Canada.
1. R. van Ee & C. J. Erkelens (1993). Perception of local slant in relation to the geometry of binocular vision. Int. Conf. and Nato Adv. Workshop on Binocular Stereopsis and Optic Flow, Toronto, Canada.

Technical Reports

R. van Ee and C.J. Erkelens (1993). Consequences of stable depth perception under natural viewing conditions for the processing of disparity. UBI-TR-93.MF-05.
R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1993). Perception of slant in relation to the geometry of binocular vision. UBI-TR-93.MF-07.
R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1995). Fundamental properties of binocular disparity as revealed by Helmholtz's coordinate system. UU-PA-PMI-028.
R. van Ee & C.J. Erkelens (1995). On the stability of stereopsis under ego-movements: Binocular disparity calculations in Fick coordinates. UU-PA-PMI-036.
R. van Ee (1995). On a learning effect in binocular slant perception. UU-PA-PMI-038.
R. van Ee (1995). A possible explanation for Werner's binocular depth-contrast effect. UU-PA-PMI-039.
Excluded from this list are technical reports that either became a full paper or were written as a co-author