Frouke Hermens

University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Visual perception
"Frouke Hermens"
Mean distance: 13.87 (cluster 23)
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Greg Francis collaborator 2000- EPFL
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Udo Ernst collaborator 2006-2007 EPFL
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Koçoğlu K, Akdal G, Dönmez Çolakoğlu B, et al. (2021) The effect of directional social cues on saccadic eye movements in Parkinson's disease. Experimental Brain Research
Ventura P, Bulajić A, Wong AC, et al. (2021) Face and word composite effects are similarly affected by priming of local and global processing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Jansen RJ, van der Kint ST, Hermens F. (2020) Does agreement mean accuracy? Evaluating glance annotation in naturalistic driving data. Behavior Research Methods
Hodgson TL, Ezard G, Hermens F. (2019) Eye Movements in Neuropsychological Tasks. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences
Hodgson TL, Hermens F, Pennington K, et al. (2018) Eye Movements in the "Morris Maze" Spatial Working Memory Task Reveal Deficits in Strategic Planning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Hermens F, Golubickis M, Macrae CN. (2018) Eye movements while judging faces for trustworthiness and dominance. Peerj. 6: e5702
Crosby F, Hermens F. (2018) Author accepted manuscript: Does it look safe? An eye tracking study into the visual aspects of fear of crime. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021818769203
Ioannidou F, Hermens F, Hodgson TL. (2017) Mind Your Step: the Effects of Mobile Phone Use on Gaze Behavior in Stair Climbing. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science. 2: 109-120
Ryan M, Krucien N, Hermens F. (2017) The eyes have it: Using eye tracking to inform information processing strategies in multi-attributes choices. Health Economics
Hermens F. (2017) When do arrows start to compete? A developmental mouse-tracking study. Acta Psychologica. 182: 177-188
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