James P. Trujillo
James P. Trujillo
Postdoctoral Researcher, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
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Emotion regulation before and after transcranial magnetic stimulation in obsessive compulsive disorder
SJ de Wit, YD van der Werf, D Mataix-Cols, JP Trujillo, P van Oppen, ...
Psychological medicine 45 (14), 3059-3073, 2015
Reduced neural connectivity but increased task‐related activity during working memory in de novo Parkinson patients
JP Trujillo, NJHM Gerrits, DJ Veltman, HW Berendse, YD van der Werf, ...
Human brain mapping 36 (4), 1554-1566, 2015
The Quantification of Gesture-speech Synchrony: A Tutorial and Validation of Multi-modal Data Acquisition Using Device-based and Video-based Motion Tracking
WTJL Pouw, J Trujillo, JA Dixon
PsyArXiv, 2018
Communicative intent modulates production and comprehension of actions and gestures: A Kinect study
JP Trujillo, I Simanova, H Bekkering, A Özyürek
Cognition 180, 38-51, 2018
Impaired planning in Parkinson's disease is reflected by reduced brain activation and connectivity
JP Trujillo, NJHM Gerrits, C Vriend, HW Berendse, OA van den Heuvel, ...
Human brain mapping 36 (9), 3703-3715, 2015
Toward the markerless and automatic analysis of kinematic features: A toolkit for gesture and movement research
JP Trujillo, J Vaitonyte, I Simanova, A Özyürek
Behavior research methods 51 (2), 769-777, 2019
The communicative advantage: how kinematic signaling supports semantic comprehension
JP Trujillo, I Simanova, H Bekkering, A Özyürek
Psychological research 84 (7), 1897-1911, 2020
Seeing the unexpected: How brains read communicative intent through kinematics
JP Trujillo, I Simanova, A Özyürek, H Bekkering
Cerebral Cortex 30 (3), 1056-1067, 2020
Facial Signals and Social Actions in Multimodal Face-to-Face Interaction
N Nota, JP Trujillo, J Holler
Brain Sciences 11 (8), 1017, 2021
Materials Tutorial Gespin2019-Using video-based motion tracking to quantify speech-gesture synchrony
W Pouw, JP Trujillo
Retrieved from 10, 2019
Speakers exhibit a multimodal Lombard effect in noise
J Trujillo, A Özyürek, J Holler, L Drijvers
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 16721, 2021
The Kinematics of Social Action: Visual Signals Provide Cues for What Interlocutors Do in Conversation
JP Trujillo, J Holler
Brain Sciences 11 (8), 996, 2021
Visual information in computer-mediated interaction matters: Investigating the association between the availability of gesture and turn transition timing in conversation
JP Trujillo, SC Levinson, J Holler
Human-Computer Interaction. Design and User Experience Case Studies …, 2021
Evidence for a Multimodal Lombard Effect: Speakers modulate not only speech but also gesture to overcome noise
J Trujillo, A Özyürek, J Holler, L Drijvers
PsyArXiv, 2020
Differences in the production and perception of communicative kinematics in autism
JP Trujillo, A Özyürek, CC Kan, I Sheftel‐Simanova, H Bekkering
Autism Research, 2021
Translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and validation of a dutch version of the actions and feelings questionnaire in autistic and neurotypical adults
HA Van der Meer, I Sheftel-Simanova, CC Kan, JP Trujillo
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 52 (4), 1771-1777, 2022
The CABB dataset: A multimodal corpus of communicative interactions for behavioural and neural analyses
L Eijk, M Rasenberg, F Arnese, M Blokpoel, M Dingemanse, CF Doeller, ...
NeuroImage 264, 119734, 2022
Conversational eyebrow frowns facilitate question identification: An online VR study
N Nota, J Trujillo, J Holler
PsyArXiv. September 2, 2022
Masked-piper: Masking personal identities in visual recordings while preserving multimodal information
B Owoyele, J Trujillo, G de Melo, W Pouw
SoftwareX 20, 101236, 2022
A multi-scale investigation of the human communication system's response to visual disruption
JP Trujillo, SC Levinson, J Holler
Royal Society Open Science 9 (4), 211489, 2022
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