Ronald van den Berg


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E StengÄrd, R van den Berg.
Imperfect Bayesian inference in visual perception.
Under review. bioRxiv preprint

L Poom, M Lindskog, A Winman, R van den Berg.
Grouping effects in numerosity perception under prolonged viewing conditions.


R van den Berg, WJ Ma.
A resource-rational theory of set size effects in human visual working memory.
eLife. DOI pdf


R van den Berg, A Yoo, WJ Ma.
Fechner's law in metacognition: a quantitative model of visual working memory confidence.
Psychological Review. DOI PDF

R van den Berg, M Lindskog, L Poom, A Winman.
Recent is more: a negative time-order effect in non-symbolic numerical judgment.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance. DOI PDF


R van den Berg*, A Zylberberg*, R Kiani, M Shadlen, D Wolpert.
Confidence is the bridge between multi-stage decisions.
Current Biology. DOI PDF

R van den Berg, K Anandalingam, A Zylberberg, R Kiani, M Shadlen, D Wolpert.
A common mechanism underlies changes of mind about decisions and confidence.
eLife. DOI PDF

L Thibault, R van den Berg, P Cavanagh, C Sergent.
Retrospective attention gates discrete conscious access to past sensory stimuli.

M Bhardwaj, R van den Berg, WJ Ma, K Josic.
Do people take stimulus correlations into account in visual search?


WJ Ma, S Shen, G Dziugaite, R van den Berg.
Requiem for the max rule?
Vision Research. DOI PDF


R van den Berg, WJ Ma.
"Plateau"-related summary statistics are uninformative for comparing working memory models.
Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. DOI PDF

R van den Berg, E Awh, WJ Ma.
Factorial comparison of working memory models.
Psychological Review. 121(1), 124-149. DOI PDF


H Mazyar*, R van den Berg*, R Seilheimer*, WJ Ma.
Independence is elusive: set size effects on encoding precision in visual search.
Journal of Vision 13 (5), 8:1-14. DOI PDF

S Keshvari*, R van den Berg*, WJ Ma.
No evidence for an item limit in change detection.
PLoS Computational Biology 9(2):e1002927. DOI PDF


R van den Berg*, H Shin*, WC Chou, R George, WJ Ma.
Variability in encoding precision accounts for visual short-term memory limitations.
PNAS 109 (22). DOI PDF

R van den Berg, M Vogel, K Josic, WJ Ma.
Optimal inference of sameness.
PNAS 109 (8), 3178-83. DOI PDF

S Keshvari, R van den Berg, WJ Ma.
Probabilistic computation in human perception under variability in encoding precision.
PLoS ONE 7(6): e40216. DOI PDF

H Mazyar*, R van den Berg*, WJ Ma.
Does precision decrease with set size?
Journal of Vision 12 (6), 10:1:16. DOI PDF

R van den Berg, A Johnson, A Martinez, AL Schepers, FW Cornelissen
Comparing crowding in human and ideal observers.
Journal of Vision, 12(8):1-15. DOI PDF

R van den Berg, WJ Ma.
Robust averaging during perceptual judgment is not optimal (Letter).


WJ Ma*, V Navalpakkam*, JM Beck*, R van den Berg*, Pouget A.
Behavior and neural basis of near-optimal visual search.
Nature Neuroscience 14 (6), 783-90. DOI PDF


R van den Berg, JBTM Roerdink, FW Cornelissen.
A neurophysiologically plausible population code model for feature integration explains visual crowding.
PLoS Computational Biology, 6(1):e1000646. DOI PDF


R van den Berg, FW Cornelissen, JBTM Roerdink.
A crowding model of visual clutter.
Journal of Vision, 9(4):1-11 DOI PDF


R van den Berg, FW Cornelissen, JBTM Roerdink.
Perceptual dependencies in information visualization assessed by complex visual search.
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 4(4):1-21. DOI PDF


R van den Berg, JBTM Roerdink, FW Cornelissen.
On the generality of crowding: Visual crowding in size, saturation, and hue compared to orientation.
Journal of Vision, 7(2):1-11. DOI PDF


A Hannus*, R van den Berg*, H Bekkering, JBTM Roerdink, FW Cornelissen (2006).
Visual search near threshold: Some features are more equal than others.
Journal of Vision, 6(4):523-540. DOI PDF