Bode, S., Feuerriegel, D.C., & Hogendoorn, H. Decoding continuous variables from EEG data using linear support vector regression (SVR) analysis with the Decision Decoding Toolbox (DDTBOX). bioRxiv 2021.05.31.446502. (link)

Whyte, C.J., Robinson, A.K., Grootswagers, T., Hogendoorn, H., & Carlson, T. A. Decoding Predictions and Violations of Object Position and Category in Time-resolved EEG. bioRxiv 2020.04.08.032888. (link)

Schubert, E., Rosenblatt, D., Eliby, D., Kashima, Y., Hogendoorn, H., & Bode, S. Decoding explicit and implicit representations of health and taste attributes of foods in the human brain. bioRxiv 2021.05.16.444383. (link)

Yook, J., Lee, L.,  Vossel, S., Weidner, R., & Hogendoorn, H.  Motion extrapolation in the flash-lag effect depends on perceived, rather than physical speed. bioRxiv 2021.03.22.436374. (link)


Burkitt, A.N., & Hogendoorn, H. (2021). Predictive visual motion extrapolation emerges spontaneously and without supervision at each layer of a hierarchical neural network with spike-timing-dependent plasticity. The Journal of Neuroscience 41(20), 4428-4438. (pdf).

Blom, T., Bode, S., & Hogendoorn, H. (2021). The time-course of prediction formation and revision in human visual motion processing. Cortex 138, 191-202. (pdf).

Feuerriegel, D.C., Blom, T., & Hogendoorn, H. (2021). Predictive activation of sensory representations as a source of evidence in perceptual decision-making. Cortex 136, 140-146. (pdf)

Feuerriegel, D.C., Yook, J., Quek, G.L., Hogendoorn, H., & Bode, S. (2021). Visual mismatch responses index surprise signalling but not expectation suppression. Cortex 134, 16-29. (pdf)


Johnson, P.A., Davies, S., & Hogendoorn, H. (2020). Motion extrapolation in the high-phi illusion: analogous but dissociable effects on perceived position and perceived motion. Journal of Vision. (pdf)

Davidson, M.J., Mithen, W., Hogendoorn, H., van Boxtel, J.J.A., & Tsuchiya, N. (2020). The SSVEP tracks attention, not consciousness, during perceptual filling-in. eLife 2020;9:e60031. (pdf)

Desantis, A., Chan Hon Tong, A., Collins, T., Hogendoorn, H., & Cavanagh, P. (2020). Decoding the temporal dynamics of covert spatial attention using multivariate EEG analysis: contributions of raw amplitude and alpha power. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10.3389/fnhum.2020.570419. (pdf)

Stuart, G.W., Yip, D., & Hogendoorn, H. (2020). The role of hue in visual search for texture differences: Implications for camouflage design. Vision Research 17, 16-26. (pdf)

Hogendoorn, H. (2020). Motion Extrapolation in Visual Processing: Lessons from 25 Years of Flash-Lag Debate. The Journal of Neuroscience 40(30), 5698–5705. (pdf)

Blom, T.,  Johnson, P., Feuerriegel, D., Bode, S., & Hogendoorn, H. (2020). Predictions drive neural representations of visual events ahead of incoming sensory information. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. DOI 10.1073/pnas.1917777117. (pdf)


Coffey, K., Adamian, N., Blom, T., van Heusden, E., Cavanagh, P., & Hogendoorn, H. (2019). Expecting the unexpected: Temporal expectation increases the flash-grab effect. Journal of Vision 19(9). (pdf)

Hogendoorn, H. & Burkitt, A.N. (2019). Predictive coding with neural transmission delays: a real-time temporal alignment hypothesis. eNeuro 10.1523/ENEURO.0412-18.2019. (pdf).

Maarseveen, J., Paffen, C.L.E., Verstraten, F.A.J., & Hogendoorn, H. (2019). The duration aftereffect does not reflect adaptation to perceived duration. PLOS ONE 14(3): e0213163. (pdf)

Blom, T., Liang, Q., & Hogendoorn, H. (2019). When predictions fail: correction for extrapolation in the flash-grab effect. Journal of Vision 19(3). (pdf)

Van Heusden, E., Harris, A.M., Garrido, M., & Hogendoorn, H. (2019). Predictive coding of visual motion in both monocular and binocular human visual processing. Journal of Vision 19(3). (pdf)


Goddard, E., Klein, C., Solomon, S.G., Hogendoorn, H., & Carlson, T.A. (2018). Interpreting the dimensions of neural feature representations revealed by dimensionality reduction. NeuroImage 180A, 41-67. (pdf)

Van Heusden, E., Rolfs, M., Cavanagh, P., & Hogendoorn, H. (2018). Motion extrapolation for eye movements predicts perceived motion-induced position shifts. Journal of Neuroscience 38(38), 8243-8250. (pdf)

Maarseveen, J., Hogendoorn, H., Verstraten, F.A.J., & Paffen, C.L.E. (2018). Attention Gates the Selective Encoding of Duration. Scientific Reports 8, 2522. (pdf)

Hogendoorn, H., & Burkitt, A.N. (2018). Predictive coding of visual object position ahead of moving objects revealed by time-resolved EEG decoding. NeuroImage 171, 55-61. (pdf)


Maarseveen, J., Paffen, C.L.E., Verstraten, F.A.J. & Hogendoorn, H. (2017). Representing dynamic stimulus information during occlusion. Vision Research 138:40-49. (pdf)

Hogendoorn, H., Alais, D., MacDougall, H., & Verstraten, F.A.J. (2017). Velocity perception in a moving observer. Vision Research 138, 12-17. (pdf)

Fahrenfort, J.J., van Leeuwen, J., Olivers, C., & Hogendoorn, H. (2017). Perceptual Integration without Conscious Access. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 114(14), 3744-3749. (pdf)

Maarseveen, J., Hogendoorn, H., Verstraten, F.A.J., & Paffen, C.L.E. (2017). An investigation of the spatial selectivity of the duration after-effect. Vision Research 130, 67-75. (pdf)

Hogendoorn, H., Verstraten, F.A.J., MacDougall, H., & Alais, D. (2017). Vestibular signals of self-motion modulate global motion perception.Vision Research 130, 22-30. (pdf)


Hogendoorn, H. (2016). Voluntary saccadic eye movements ride the attentional rhythm. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28(10), 1625-1635. (pdf)


Hogendoorn, H., Kammers, M.P.M., Haggard, P., & Verstraten, F.A.J. (2015). Self-touch modulates the somatosensory evoked P100. Experimental Brain Research 233(10), 2845-2858. pdf

Hogendoorn, H., Verstraten, F.A.J., & Cavanagh, P. (2015). Strikingly rapid neural basis of motion-induced position shifts revealed by high temporal-resolution EEG pattern classification. Vision Research 113, 1-10. pdf

Hogendoorn, H. (2015). From sensation to perception: Using multivariate classification of visual illusions to identify neural correlates of conscious awareness in space and time. Perception 44, p. 71-78. pdf