Peter De Graef

Expertise

Peter is cognitief psycholoog, gastprofessor Ergonomie aan de KULeuven en opleidingshoofd van Toegepaste Psychologie. Hij is gespecialiseerd in visuele waarneming, zowel in het normale functioneren als bij stoornissen en is al 25 jaar intensief betrokken in oogbewegingsonderzoek en cognitieve ergonomie.

Onderwijs

  • Opleidingshoofd opleiding Toegepaste Psychologie

Publicaties

Lavrysen A., Bertrands E., Leyssen L., Smets L., Vanderspikken A., & De Graef P. (2017). Risky-Play at School. Facilitating Risk Perception and Competence in Young Children. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 25 (1), 89-105.

Verfaillie K., Huysegems S., De Graef P., & Van Belle G. (2014). Impaired holistic and analytic face processing in congenital prosopagnosia: Evidence from the eye-contingent mask/window paradigm. Visual Cognition, 22, art.nr. 881446, 503-521.

Van Eylen L., De Graef P., Steyaert J., Wagemans J., & Noens I. (2013). Children with autism spectrum disorder spontaneously use scene knowledge to modulate visual object processing. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 7 (7), 913-922.

Van Belle G., De Graef P., & Verfaillie K. (2011). Transsaccadic memory for the position of stationary and translating biological-motion walkers. Psychologica Belgica, 51 (2), 177-192.

Demeyer M., De Graef P., Verfaillie K., & Wagemans J. (2011). Perceptual grouping of object contours survives saccades. PLoS One, 6 (6), e21257, 1-8.

Van Belle G., De Graef P., Verfaillie K., Busigny T., & Rossion B. (2010). Whole not hole: Expert face recognition requires holistic perception. Neuropsychologia, 48 (9), 2620-2629.

Germeys F., De Graef P., Van Eccelpoel C., & Verfaillie K. (2010). The visual analog: evidence for a preattentive representation across saccades. Journal of Vision, 10 (10), 1-28.

Demeyer M., De Graef P., Wagemans J., & Verfaillie K. (2010). Parametric integration of visual form across saccades. Vision Research, 50 (13), 1225-1234.

Demeyer M., De Graef P., Wagemans J., & Verfaillie K. (2010). Object form discontinuity facilitates displacement discrimination across saccades. Journal of Vision, 10 (6):17), 1-14.

Van Belle G., Lefèvre P., Laguess R., Busigny T., De Graef P., Verfaillie K., & Rossion B. (2010). Feature-based processing of personally familiar faces in prosopagnosia: Evidence from eye-gaze contingency. Behavioural Neurology, 23 (4), art.nr. doi 10.3233/BEN20100309, 255-257.

Van Belle G., De Graef P., Verfaillie K., Rossion B., & Lefèvre P. (2010). Face inversion impairs holistic perception: Evidence from gaze-contingent stimulation. Journal of Vision, 10 (5), 1-13.

Germeys F., Pomianowska I., De Graef P., Zaenen P., & Verfaillie K. (2010). Endogenous cueing attenuates object substitution masking. Psychological Research, 74 (4), 422-428.

Demeyer M., De Graef P., Wagemans J., & Verfaillie K. (2009). Transsaccadic identification of highly similar artificial shapes. Journal of vision, 9 (4):28), 1-14.

Van Belle G., De Smet M., De Graef P., Van Gool L., & Verfaillie K. (2009). Configural and featural processing during face perception : a new stimulus set. Behavior Research Methods, 41 (2), 279-283.

Bleumers L., De Graef P., Verfaillie K., & Wagemans J. (2008). Eccentric grouping by proximity in multistable dot lattices. Vision Research, 48 (2), 179-192.

Van Eccelpoel C., Germeys F., De Graef P., & Verfaillie K. (2008). Coding of identity-diagnostic information in transsaccadic object perception. Journal of vision, 8 (14), art.nr. 29, 1-16.

Germeys F., De Graef P., Panis S., Van Eccelpoel C., & Verfaillie K. (2004). Transsaccadic integration of bystander locations. Visual cognition, 11, 203-234.

De Graef P. & Germeys F. (2003). Reading the scene: Application of E-Z Reader to object and scene perception. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26 (4), 479-+.

Gysen V., Verfaillie K., & De Graef P. (2002). Transsaccadic perception of translating objects: effects of landmark objects and visual field position. Vision research, 42, 1785-1796.

Germeys F., De Graef P., & Verfaillie K. (2002). Transsaccadic perception of saccade target and flanker objects. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 28, 868-883.

De Graef P. & Verfaillie K. (2002). Transsaccadic memory for visual object detail. Progress in brain research, 181-196.

Gysen V., Verfaillie K., & De Graef P. (2002). The effect of stimulus blanking on the detection of intrasaccadic displacements of translating objects. Vision research, 42 (16), 2021-2030.

Gysen V., De Graef P., & Verfaillie K. (2002). Detection of intrasaccadic displacements and depth rotations of moving objects. Vision research, 42, 379-391.

De Graef P., Verfaillie K., Germeys F., Gysen V., & Van Eccelpoel C. (2001). Transsaccadic representation makes your Porsche go places. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24 (5), 981-982.

De Graef P., Verfaillie K., & Lamote C. (2001). Transsaccadic coding of object position: effects of saccadic status and allocentric reference game. Psychologica Belgica, 41, 29-54.

Verfaillie K., De Graef P., Germeys F., Gysen V., & Van Eccelpoel C. (2001). Selective transsaccadic coding of object and event-diagnostic information. Psychologica Belgica, 41, 89-114.

Verfaillie K., De Graef P. (2001). Keeping a transaccadic record of objects: introduction to a special issue on object perception across saccadic eye movements. Psychologica Belgica, 41, 1-7.

Verfaillie K. & De Graef P. (2000). Transsaccadic memory for position and orientation of saccade source and target. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance, 26 (4), 1243-1259.

Vandiepen P., De Graef P., & Vanrensbergen J. (1994). Online control of moving masks and windows on a complex background using the atvista videographics adapter. Behavior research methods instruments & computers, 26 (4), 454-460.

De Graef P., De Troy A., & d’Ydewalle G. (1992). Local and global contextual constraints on the identification of objects in scenes. Canadian journal of psychology-revue canadienne de psychologie, 46 (3), 489-508.

De Graef P., Jolicoeur P., & d’Ydewalle G. (1992). Introduction to the special issue on object perception and scene analysis. Canadian journal of psychology-revue canadienne de psychologie, 46 (3), 317-318.

De Graef P., Christiaens D., & d’Ydewallee G. (1990). Perceptual effects of scene context on object identification. Psychological research-psychologische forschung, 52 (4), 317-329.

Wagemans J., Verfaillie K., De Graef P., & Lamberts K. (1989). Is extension to perception of real-world objects and scenes possible? Comment on ‘A solution to the tag-assignment problem for neural networks’ by Strong and Whitehead (1989). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12 (3), 415-417.