Betere Dingen

Publications

On PubMed.

On Google Scholar.

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

  1. ’t Hart BM, Schmidt HCEF, Klein-Harmeyer I, Einhäuser W (in publication). Attention in natural scenes: contrast affects rapid visual processing and fixations alike. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
  2. ’t Hart BM, Schmidt HCEF, Roth C, Einhäuser W (in publication). Fixations on objects in natural scenes: dissociating importance from salience. Frontiers in Perception Science.
  3. ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2012). Mind the step: complementary effects of an implicit task on eye and head movements in real-life gaze allocation. Experimental Brain Research, 223(2), 233-249.
  4. ’t Hart BM, Abresch TGJ, Einhäuser W (2011). Faces in Places: Humans and Machines Make Similar Face-Detection Errors. PLoS One, 6(10): e25373.
  5. Preuschoff K, ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2011). Pupil dilation signals surprise: evidence for noradrenaline’s role in decision making. Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience, 5:115.
  6. Beets IAM, ’t Hart BM, Rösler F, Henriques DYP, Einhäuser W, Fiehler K (2010). Online action-to-perception transfer: only percept-dependent action affects perception. Vision Research, 50(24), 2633-2641.
  7. ’t Hart BM, Vockeroth J, Schumann F, Bartl K, Schneider E, König P, Einhäuser W (2009). Gaze allocation in natural stimuli: comparing free exploration to head-fixed viewing conditions. Visual Cognition, 17(6-7), 1132-1158.
  8. Engmann S, ’t Hart BM, Sieren T, Onat S, König P, Einhäuser W (2009). Saliency on a natural-scene background: Effects of color- and luminance-contrast add linearly. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71(6), 1337-1352.
  9. Gladwin TE, ’t Hart BM, De Jong R (2008). Dissociations between motor-related EEG measures in a cued movement sequence task. Cortex, 44(5), 521-536.
  10. De Jong R, Gladwin TE, ’t Hart BM (2006). Movement-related EEG indices of preparation in task switching and motor control. Journal of Brain Research, 1105(1), 73-82.

Conference abstracts:

  1. Einhäuser W, ’t Hart BM (2013). Gaze in real-world scenarios: interaction of task and stimulus. MathPsych.
  2. Pfeuffer A, ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2013). Quantifying scanpath similarity in real-world data. ZiF Research Group Workshop: Eye Tracking Methods and Scan Path Analysis.
  3. ’t Hart BM, Schmidt H, Klein-Harmeyer I, Roth C, Einhäuser W (2012). Does an object's contrast affect attention and detection equally? ECVP.
  4. ’t Hart BM, Schmidt H, Klein-Harmeyer I, Roth C, Einhäuser W (2012). The role of low-level features for rapid object detection and guidance of gaze in natural scenes. VSS abstract.
  5. Fiehler K, Beets IAM, ’t Hart BM, Henriques DYP, Einhäuser W (2011), Limb movements shape visual motion perception of ambiguous stimuli. SfN abstract.
  6. ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2011). Eye-tracking in the laboratory and in real life. SfN abstract.
  7. Kugler, G, ’t Hart BM, Kohlbecher S, Bartl K, Schumann F, König P, Einhäuser W, Brandt T, Schneider E (2011). Deuteranomaly in natural visual search. SfN abstract.
  8. SareyKhanie M, Andersen M, ’t Hart BM, Stoll, J, Einhäuser W (2011). Integration of eye-tracking methods in visual comfort assessments. CISBAT conference 2011.
  9. ’t Hart BM, Kugler G, Bartl K, Kohlbecher S, Schumann F, Brandt T, König P, Einhäuser W, Schneider E (2011). Real-world search strategies with normal and deficient colour-vision. ECVP abstract
  10. Kugler G, ’t Hart BM, Kohlbecher S, Bartl K, Schumann F, König P, Einhäuser W, Brandt T, Schneider E (2011). Color-based target preselection in real world visual search. ECEM.
  11. ’t Hart BM, Schmidt H, Klein-Harmeyer I, Einhäuser W (2011). Objects in natural scenes: Do rapid detection and gaze control utilize the same features? ECEM.
  12. Abresch TGJ, ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2011). Similar errors in human and computational face-detection. NWG abstract.
  13. Einhäuser W, ’t Hart BM, Preuschoff K (2011). Pupil dilation reflects unexpected uncertainty: a role for noradrenalin in decision-making. NWG abstract.
  14. Kugler G, ’t Hart BM, Bartl K, Kohlbecher S, Schumann F, Einhäuser W, Brandt T, Schneider E (2011). Looking For Candy: Real-world, feature based search. NWG abstract.
  15. Fiehler K, ’t Hart BM, Beets IAM, Henriques DYP, Einhäuser W (2010) The impact of action on perception: Evidence from ambiguous visual stimuli. ECVP abstract.
  16. Preuschoff K, ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2010). Pupil dilation reflects judgement of uncertainty. ECVP abstract.
  17. ’t Hart BM, Abresch T, Einhäuser W (2010). Humans make similar errors as computational algorithms when detecting faces. ECVP abstract.
  18. ’t Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2009). The effect of terrain on eye movements while walking in the real world. ECVP abstract.
  19. ’t Hart BM, Vockeroth J, Schumann F, Bartl K, Schneider E, König P, Einhäuser W (2009). Gaze allocation during natural behavior in the real world. NWG abstract.
  20. ’t Hart BM, Gladwin TE, De Jong R (2007). Measuring Partial Motor Programs. EWOMS abstract.

Invited talks

2012

  • Prof. Dr. E. Niebur, Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Institute, John Hopkins University Baltimore. The role of low-level features in gaze guidance and object perception.
  • Prof. Dr. R. Kliegl and Prof. Dr. F. Rösler, Cognitive Psychology, University of Potsdam. Gaze in lab and life: overt visual attention in artificial and realistic situations.

2011

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Marius ’t Hart

Currently I work as a post-doc at the Philipps University Marburg, in the group of Frank Bremmer. Together with Steffen Klingenhöfer I am setting up an EEG laboratory to study the perception of space and motion.

Brief Vitae

  • 1977 born in rural Stadskanaal
  • 1981 - 1989 educated at De Rank and C.W. Lubbersschool in Wildervank and De Vijverschans in Haren
  • 1989 - 1996 Atheneum (high-school) at Augustinus College in Groningen
  • 1996 - 2004 started studying Technical Cognition Sciences at the University of Groningen, but ended up with a Master in Experimental & Work Psychology and spent a lot of time as editor of Diemensies and in other extracurricular activities
  • 2004 - 2008 part-time job at a large IT corporation as service officer, also co-authored two papers and a poster in this period
  • 2008 - 2011 PhD student of Psychology with Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer and Frank Rösler at the Neurophysics department of the Philipps University Marburg. My PhD thesis 'Visual attention in the real world' has been awarded with a magna cum laude.
  • 2011 - now Post-doc with Frank Bremmer at the Neurophysics department of the Philipps University Marburg

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