Ingmar Visser

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
psychology; developmental psychology
"Ingmar Visser"


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Peter Molenaar grad student 1997-2002
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Kucharsky S, Visser I, Trutescu G, et al. (2020) Cognitive strategies revealed by clustering eye movement transitions Journal of Eye Movement Research. 13
Schaaf JV, Jepma M, Visser I, et al. (2019) A hierarchical Bayesian approach to assess learning and guessing strategies in reinforcement learning Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 93: 102276
Dutilh G, Annis J, Brown SD, et al. (2018) The Quality of Response Time Data Inference: A Blinded, Collaborative Assessment of the Validity of Cognitive Models. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Hofman AD, Visser I, Jansen BR, et al. (2018) Fast and slow strategies in multiplication Learning and Individual Differences. 68: 30-40
Visser I, Poessé R. (2017) Parameter recovery, bias and standard errors in the linear ballistic accumulator model. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 70: 280-296
Hofman AD, Visser I, Jansen BR, et al. (2015) The Balance-Scale Task Revisited: A Comparison of Statistical Models for Rule-Based and Information-Integration Theories of Proportional Reasoning. Plos One. 10: e0136449
Andersen LM, Visser I, Crone EA, et al. (2014) Cognitive strategy use as an index of developmental differences in neural responses to feedback. Developmental Psychology. 50: 2686-96
van Bers BM, Visser I, Raijmakers M. (2014) Preschoolers learn to switch with causally related feedback. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 126: 91-102
van Bers BM, Visser I, Raijmakers M. (2014) Preschoolers can form abstract rule representations regardless of cognitive flexibility. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 124: 50-66
Raijmakers ME, Schmittmann VD, Visser I. (2014) Costs and benefits of automatization in category learning of ill-defined rules. Cognitive Psychology. 69: 1-24
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