Gijs A. Holleman
Gijs A. Holleman
Experimental Psychology, Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht University
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Gaze allocation in face-to-face communication is affected primarily by task structure and social context, not stimulus-driven factors
RS Hessels, GA Holleman, A Kingstone, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Cognition 184, 28-43, 2019
Eye contact takes two–autistic and social anxiety traits predict gaze behavior in dyadic interaction
RS Hessels, GA Holleman, THW Cornelissen, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 9 (2), jep. 062917, 2018
Gaze tracking accuracy in humans: One eye is sometimes better than two
ITC Hooge, GA Holleman, NC Haukes, RS Hessels
Behavior Research Methods 51 (6), 2712-2721, 2019
Task-related gaze control in human crowd navigation
RS Hessels, AJ van Doorn, JS Benjamins, GA Holleman, ITC Hooge
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-20, 2020
Wearable Technology for “Real-World Research”: Realistic or Not?
RS Hessels, DC Niehorster, GA Holleman, JS Benjamins, ITC Hooge
Perception 49 (6), 611-615, 2020
The Reality of “Real-Life” Neuroscience: A Commentary on Shamay-Tsoory and Mendelsohn (2019)
GA Holleman, ITC Hooge, C Kemner, RS Hessels
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 1745691620917354, 2020
Implying social interaction and its influence on gaze behavior to the eyes
GA Holleman, RS Hessels, C Kemner, ITC Hooge
Plos one 15 (2), e0229203, 2020
The ‘real-world approach' and its problems: A critique of the term ecological validity
GA Holleman, ITC Hooge, C Kemner, RS Hessels
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 721, 2020
Eye Tracking During Interactive Face Perception: Does Speech Affect Eye-Tracking Data Quality?
GA Holleman, RS Hessels, C Kemner, ITC Hooge
PERCEPTION 48, 118-118, 2019
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