Roy S. Hessels
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The area-of-interest problem in eyetracking research: A noise-robust solution for face and sparse stimuli
RS Hessels, C Kemner, C van den Boomen, ITC Hooge
Behavior research methods 48 (4), 1694-1712, 2016
922016
What to expect from your remote eye-tracker when participants are unrestrained
DC Niehorster, THW Cornelissen, K Holmqvist, ITC Hooge, RS Hessels
Behavior Research Methods 50 (1), 213-227, 2018
772018
Noise-robust fixation detection in eye movement data: Identification by two-means clustering (I2MC)
RS Hessels, DC Niehorster, C Kemner, ITC Hooge
Behavior research methods 49 (5), 1802-1823, 2017
622017
Consequences of eye color, positioning, and head movement for eye‐tracking data quality in infant research
RS Hessels, R Andersson, ITC Hooge, M Nyström, C Kemner
Infancy 20 (6), 601-633, 2015
502015
Is the eye-movement field confused about fixations and saccades? A survey among 124 researchers
RS Hessels, DC Niehorster, M Nyström, R Andersson, ITC Hooge
Royal Society open science 5 (8), 180502, 2018
472018
Is human classification by experienced untrained observers a gold standard in fixation detection?
ITC Hooge, DC Niehorster, M Nyström, R Andersson, RS Hessels
Behavior Research Methods 50 (5), 1864-1881, 2018
382018
Qualitative tests of remote eyetracker recovery and performance during head rotation
RS Hessels, THW Cornelissen, C Kemner, ITC Hooge
Behavior Research Methods 47 (3), 848-859, 2015
312015
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
262019
Is there a limit to the superiority of individuals with ASD in visual search?
RS Hessels, ITC Hooge, TM Snijders, C Kemner
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (2), 443-451, 2014
262014
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
252018
Do pupil-based binocular video eye trackers reliably measure vergence?
ITC Hooge, RS Hessels, M Nyström
Vision Research 156, 1-9, 2019
202019
An in-depth look at saccadic search in infancy
RS Hessels, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Journal of Vision 16 (8), 10-10, 2016
182016
Gaze behavior to faces during dyadic interaction.
RS Hessels, THW Cornelissen, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2017
172017
The impact of slippage on the data quality of head-worn eye trackers
DC Niehorster, T Santini, RS Hessels, ITC Hooge, E Kasneci, M Nyström
Behavior Research Methods, 1-21, 2020
152020
Interocular conflict attracts attention
CLE Paffen, RS Hessels, S Van der Stigchel
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (2), 251-256, 2012
152012
The disengagement of visual attention in the gap paradigm across adolescence
S Van der Stigchel, RS Hessels, JC van Elst, C Kemner
Experimental Brain Research 235 (12), 3585-3592, 2017
132017
Eye tracking in developmental cognitive neuroscience–The good, the bad and the ugly
RS Hessels, ITC Hooge
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 40, 100710, 2019
122019
GlassesViewer: Open-source software for viewing and analyzing data from the Tobii Pro Glasses 2 eye tracker
DC Niehorster, RS Hessels, JS Benjamins
Behavior Research Methods, 1-10, 2020
102020
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
102019
A validation of automatically-generated Areas-of-Interest in videos of a face for eye-tracking research
RS Hessels, JS Benjamins, THW Cornelissen, ITC Hooge
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1367, 2018
102018
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