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
1062016
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
852018
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
712017
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
592018
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
572015
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
422018
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
342019
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
342015
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
292014
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
282018
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
262020
Do pupil-based binocular video eye trackers reliably measure vergence?
ITC Hooge, RS Hessels, M Nyström
Vision Research 156, 1-9, 2019
242019
How does gaze to faces support face-to-face interaction? A review and perspective
RS Hessels
Psychonomic bulletin & review 27, 856-881, 2020
212020
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
202017
Eye tracking in developmental cognitive neuroscience–The good, the bad and the ugly
RS Hessels, ITC Hooge
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 40, 100710, 2019
182019
An in-depth look at saccadic search in infancy
RS Hessels, ITC Hooge, C Kemner
Journal of Vision 16 (8), 10-10, 2016
182016
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
162018
Interocular conflict attracts attention
CLE Paffen, RS Hessels, S Van der Stigchel
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (2), 251-256, 2012
152012
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
142020
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
142020
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