Frouke Hermens

Affiliations: 
University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Visual perception
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Greg Francis collaborator 2000- EPFL
Frank Scharnowski collaborator 2004- EPFL
Udo Ernst collaborator 2006-2007 EPFL
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Hermens F, Bindemann M, Mike Burton A. (2015) Responding to social and symbolic extrafoveal cues: cue shape trumps biological relevance. Psychological Research
Hermens F, Walker R. (2015) The influence of social and symbolic cues on observers' gaze behaviour. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Herzog M, Manassi M, Hermens F, et al. (2015) Crowding, Patterns, and Recurrent Processing. Journal of Vision. 15: 550
Hermens F, Zdravkovi? S. (2015) Information extraction from shadowed regions in images: An eye movement study. Vision Research. 113: 87-96
Manassi M, Hermens F, Francis G, et al. (2015) Release of crowding by pattern completion. Journal of Vision. 15: 16
Hermens F, Lachmann T, van Leeuwen C. (2015) Is it really search or just matching? The influence of Goodness, number of stimuli and presentation sequence in same-different tasks. Psychological Research. 79: 42-63
Hermens F. (2015) Fixation instruction influences gaze cueing Visual Cognition. 23: 432-449
Dewolf T, Van Dooren W, Hermens F, et al. (2015) Do students attend to representational illustrations of non-standard mathematical word problems, and, if so, how helpful are they? Instructional Science. 43: 147-171
Stewart N, Hermens F, Matthews WJ. (2015) Eye Movements in Risky Choice Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
Hermens F. (2015) Dummy eye measurements of microsaccades: Testing the influence of system noise and head movements on microsaccade detection in a popular video-based eye tracker Journal of Eye Movement Research. 8
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