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    Mechanical Pain Thresholds and the Rubber Hand Illusion
    with Anna Bauer, Julia Hagenburger, Tina Plank, and Volker Busch
    Frontiers in Psychology 9. 2018.
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    Neural origins of vergence eye movements
    with R. Rutschmann and Ignacio Vallines
    In Robert Schwartz (ed.), Perception, Blackwell. pp. 133-133. 2004.
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    Frequency-Resolved Dynamic Functional Connectivity Reveals Scale-Stable Features of Connectivity-States
    with Markus Goldhacker, Ana M. Tomé, and Elmar W. Lang
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12. 2018.
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    How Do Art Skills Influence Visual Search? – Eye Movements Analyzed With Hidden Markov Models
    with Miles Tallon, Ernst Wagner, Katrin Rakoczy, and Ulrich Frick
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2021.
    The results of two experiments are analyzed to find out how artistic expertise influences visual search. Experiment I comprised survey data of 1,065 students on self-reported visual memory skills and their ability to find three targets in four images of artwork. Experiment II comprised eye movement data of 50 Visual Literacy experts and non-experts whose eye movements during visual search were analyzed for nine images of artwork as an external validation of the assessment tasks performed in Samp…Read more
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    Assessing Heterogeneity in Students’ Visual Judgment: Model-Based Partitioning of Image Rankings
    with Miles Tallon, Ernst Wagner, Katrin Rakoczy, Wolfgang Wiedermann, and Ulrich Frick
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Differences in the ability of students to judge images can be assessed by analyzing the individual preference order of images. To gain insights into potential heterogeneity in judgement of visual abstraction among students, we combine Bradley–Terry preference modeling and model-based recursive partitioning. In an experiment a sample of 1,020 high-school students ranked five sets of images, three of which with respect to their level of visual abstraction. Additionally, 24 art experts and 25 novic…Read more