Jacob L. Orquin
Jacob L. Orquin
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Attention and choice: A review on eye movements in decision making
JL Orquin, SM Loose
Acta psychologica 144 (1), 190-206, 2013
Eye tracking and nutrition label use: A review of the literature and recommendations for label enhancement
DJ Graham, JL Orquin, VHM Visschers
Food Policy 37 (4), 378-382, 2012
Threats to the validity of eye-movement research in psychology
JL Orquin, K Holmqvist
Behavior research methods 50 (4), 1645-1656, 2018
Areas of interest as a signal detection problem in behavioral eye‐tracking research
JL Orquin, NJS Ashby, ADF Clarke
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (2-3), 103-115, 2016
The mediated influence of a traceability label on consumer’s willingness to buy the labelled product
C Bradu, JL Orquin, J Thøgersen
Journal of Business Ethics 124 (2), 283-295, 2014
A meta-analysis of blood glucose effects on human decision making.
JL Orquin, R Kurzban
Psychological Bulletin 142 (5), 546, 2016
Consumer judgments of explicit and implied health claims on foods: Misguided but not misled
JL Orquin, J Scholderer
Food policy 51, 144-157, 2015
Learning affects top down and bottom up modulation of eye movements in decision making
JL Orquin, MP Bagger, SM Loose
Judgment and Decision making 8 (6), 700-716, 2013
A Brunswik lens model of consumer health judgments of packaged foods
JL Orquin
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 13 (4), 270-281, 2014
Stories vs. facts: triggering emotion and action-taking on climate change
BS Morris, P Chrysochou, JD Christensen, JL Orquin, J Barraza, PJ Zak, ...
Climatic change 154 (1), 19-36, 2019
A review of the findings and theories on surface size effects on visual attention
AO Peschel, JL Orquin
Frontiers in psychology 4, 902, 2013
Attention to health cues on product packages
J Orquin, J Scholderer
Edições Universitárias Lusófonas, 2011
Increasing consumers' attention capture and food choice through bottom-up effects
AO Peschel, JL Orquin, SM Loose
Appetite 132, 1-7, 2019
The visual ecology of product packaging and its effects on consumer attention
JL Orquin, MP Bagger, ES Lahm, KG Grunert, J Scholderer
Journal of Business Research 111, 187-195, 2020
What you see is what you buy: How saliency and surface size of packaging elements affect attention and choice
JL Orquin, J Scholderer, H Jeppesen
Society for Advancement of Behavioural Economics, 56, 2012
Implicit statistical learning in real-world environments leads to ecologically rational decision making
S Perkovic, JL Orquin
Psychological Science 29 (1), 34-44, 2018
Effects of salience are both short-and long-lived
JL Orquin, CJ Lagerkvist
Acta psychologica 160, 69-76, 2015
Visual biases in decision making
JL Orquin, S Perkovic, KG Grunert
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 40 (4), 523-537, 2018
What distinguishes passive recipients from active decliners of sales flyers?
BB Jensen, J Orquin, T Bech-Larsen
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 21 (1), 1-8, 2014
Guiding decision makers' eye movements with (un) predictable object locations
JL Orquin, N Chrobot, KG Grunert
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 31 (3), 341-354, 2018
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