Kenneth Holmqvist

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2015- Humanities Lab Lund University, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
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Zemblys R, Niehorster DC, Holmqvist K. (2020) Evaluating three approaches to binary event-level agreement scoring. A reply to Friedman (2020). Behavior Research Methods
Niehorster DC, Zemblys R, Holmqvist K. (2020) Is apparent fixational drift in eye-tracking data due to filters or eyeball rotation? Behavior Research Methods
Niehorster DC, Zemblys R, Beelders T, et al. (2020) Characterizing gaze position signals and synthesizing noise during fixations in eye-tracking data. Behavior Research Methods
Niehorster DC, Cornelissen T, Holmqvist K, et al. (2018) Searching with and against each other: Spatiotemporal coordination of visual search behavior in collaborative and competitive settings. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Zemblys R, Niehorster DC, Holmqvist K. (2018) gazeNet: End-to-end eye-movement event detection with deep neural networks. Behavior Research Methods
Zemblys R, Niehorster DC, Holmqvist K. (2018) Correction to: "Using machine learning to detect events in eye-tracking data". Behavior Research Methods
Dewhurst R, Foulsham T, Jarodzka H, et al. (2018) How task demands influence scanpath similarity in a sequential number-search task. Vision Research. 149: 9-23
Oliva M, Niehorster DC, Jarodzka H, et al. (2017) Influence of Coactors on Saccadic and Manual Responses. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517692814
Zemblys R, Niehorster DC, Komogortsev O, et al. (2017) Using machine learning to detect events in eye-tracking data. Behavior Research Methods
Niehorster DC, Cornelissen TH, Holmqvist K, et al. (2017) What to expect from your remote eye-tracker when participants are unrestrained. Behavior Research Methods
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