C. van den Boomen
C. van den Boomen
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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
Keep your eyes on development: the behavioral and neurophysiological development of visual mechanisms underlying form processing
C Van Den Boomen, MJ van der Smagt, C Kemner
Frontiers in psychiatry 3, 16, 2012
Emotion processing in the infant brain: The importance of local information
C van den Boomen, NM Munsters, C Kemner
Neuropsychologia 126, 62-68, 2019
Test-retest reliability of infant event related potentials evoked by faces
NM Munsters, H van Ravenswaaij, C van den Boomen, C Kemner
Neuropsychologia 126, 20-26, 2019
Individual differences in visual attention and self-regulation: A multimethod longitudinal study from infancy to toddlerhood
SB Geeraerts, RS Hessels, S Van der Stigchel, J Huijding, JJ Endendijk, ...
Journal of experimental child psychology 180, 104-112, 2019
Spatial frequency training modulates neural face processing: Learning transfers from low-to high-level visual features
JC Peters, C van den Boomen, C Kemner
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 1, 2017
Eurosibs: Towards robust measurement of infant neurocognitive predictors of autism across Europe
EJH Jones, L Mason, JB Ali, C van den Boomen, R Braukmann, E Cauvet, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 57, 101316, 2019
Developmental changes in ERP responses to spatial frequencies
C van den Boomen, LM Jonkman, PHJM Jaspers-Vlamings, J Cousijn, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0122507, 2015
Brain responses to faces and facial expressions in 5-month-olds: An fNIRS study
R Di Lorenzo, A Blasi, C Junge, C Van Den Boomen, R Van Rooijen, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1240, 2019
Parallel development of ERP and behavioural measurements of visual segmentation
C van den Boomen, VAF Lamme, C Kemner
Developmental science 17 (1), 1-10, 2014
Real-time decoding of the locus of visuospatial attention using multi-voxel pattern classification
B Sorger, J Peters, C van den Boomen, A Zilverstand, J Reithler, ...
16th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Barcelona …, 2010
Spatial frequency discrimination: Effects of age, reward, and practice
C van den Boomen, JC Peters
PloS one 12 (1), e0169800, 2017
The role of global and local visual information during gaze-cued orienting of attention
NM Munsters, C van den Boomen, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Plos one 11 (8), e0160405, 2016
Atypical development of attentional control associates with later adaptive functioning, autism and ADHD traits
A Hendry, EJH Jones, R Bedford, LA Konke, JB Ali, S Bӧlte, KC Brocki, ...
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 50 (11), 4085-4105, 2020
Segmentation precedes face categorization under suboptimal conditions
C Van Den Boomen, JJ Fahrenfort, TM Snijders, C Kemner
Frontiers in psychology 6, 667, 2015
General anesthesia as a possible GABAergic modulator affects visual processing in children
C Van Den Boomen, JC de Graaff, TPVM de Jong, CJ Kalkman, ...
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 7, 42, 2013
Charting development of ERP components on face-categorization: Results from a large longitudinal sample of infants
R Di Lorenzo, C van den Boomen, C Kemner, C Junge
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 45, 100840, 2020
Short-term test–retest reliability and continuity of emotional availability in parent–child dyads
JJ Endendijk, MG Groeneveld, M Deković, C Van Den Boomen
International Journal of Behavioral Development 43 (3), 271-277, 2019
Parent-child interaction during the first year of life in infants at elevated likelihood of autism spectrum disorder
MKJ Pijl, C Bontinck, NNJ Rommelse, JB Ali, E Cauvet, A Niedzwiecka, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 62, 101521, 2021
The Visual Features of Emotional Faces That Predict Forced Choice Selection of Faces Download Text Copy to Clipboard
S Stuit, T Kootstra, D Terburg, C van den Boomen, M van der Smagt, ...
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