Publications & Presentations

Publications

Colombatto, C., van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (in press). Intentionally distracting: Working memory is disrupted by the perception of other agents attending to you — even without eye-gaze cues. PDF

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (in press). Visual illusions as a tool for dissociating seeing from thinking. Perception. PDF

van Buren, B., Gao, T., and Scholl, B. J. (2017). What are the underlying units of perceived animacy?: Chasing detection is intrinsically object-based. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 24,1604-1610. PDF | Demos

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2017). Minds in motion in memory: Enhanced spatial memory driven by the perceived animacy of simple shapes. Cognition, 163, 87-92. PDF | Demos

van Buren, B., Uddenberg, S., and Scholl, B. J. (2016). The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 23, 797-802. PDF | Demos

van Buren, B., Bromberger, B., Potts, D., and Chatterjee, A. (2013). Changes in painting styles of two artists with Alzheimer's disease. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 7, 89-94. PDF | Demos

van Buren, B. (2011). Modeling the functional development of human visual motion area MT+. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Natural Computation (pp. 320-324). Shanghai, China: IEEE Society. Link

Presentations

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2018). Who’s chasing whom?: Changing background motion reverses impressions of chasing in perceived animacy. Talk given at the annual meeting of the European Conference for Visual Perception, 8/29/18, Trieste, Italy.

van Buren, B. (2018). Ownership of expressive properties. Talk given at the annual meeting of the Visual Science of Art Conference, 8/24/18, Trieste, Italy.

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2018). The ‘Blindfold Test’ for deciding whether an effect reflects visual processing or higher-level judgment. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/20/18, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B. (2018). Empirical methods for studying aesthetic experience. Talk given at Albertus Magnus College, 3/19/18, New Haven, CT.

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2017). The ‘Blindfold Test’ for deciding whether an effect reflects visual processing or higher-level judgment. Talk given at the annual meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 6/30/17, Baltimore, MD.

Colombatto, C., van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2017). 'Mind contact': Might eye-gaze effects actually reflect more general phenomena of perceived attention and intention? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/20/17, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2017). Who’s chasing whom?: Changing background motion reverses impressions of chasing in perceived animacy. Talk given at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/20/17, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2016). Minds in motion in memory: Enhanced spatial memory driven by the perceived animacy of simple shapes. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, 5/27/16, Chicago, IL.

van Buren, B., Gao, T., and Scholl, B. J. (2016). What are the underlying units of perceived animacy?: Chasing detection is intrinsically object-based. Talk given at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/15/16, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B., Uddenberg, S., and Scholl, B. J. (2015). The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/19/15, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B., and Scholl, B. J. (2014). Perceived animacy influences other forms of visual processing. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/20/14, St. Pete Beach, FL.

van Buren, B., Bromberger, B., Potts, D., and Chatterjee, A. (2010). Changes in the painting styles of artists with Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia. Talk given at the biannual meeting of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, 8/28/10, Dresden, Germany.