Roger Johansson
Roger Johansson
Department of psychology, Lund University
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Look here, eye movements play a functional role in memory retrieval
R Johansson, M Johansson
Psychological science 25 (1), 236-242, 2014
Pictures and spoken descriptions elicit similar eye movements during mental imagery, both in light and in complete darkness
R Johansson, J Holsanova, K Holmqvist
Cognitive science 30 (6), 1053-1079, 2006
It depends on how you look at it: Scanpath comparison in multiple dimensions with MultiMatch, a vector-based approach
R Dewhurst, M Nyström, H Jarodzka, T Foulsham, R Johansson, ...
Behavior research methods 44, 1079-1100, 2012
Combined eyetracking and keystroke-logging methods for studying cognitive processes in text production
Å Wengelin, M Torrance, K Holmqvist, S Simpson, D Galbraith, ...
Behavior research methods 41, 337-351, 2009
Eye movements during scene recollection have a functional role, but they are not reinstatements of those produced during encoding.
R Johansson, J Holsanova, R Dewhurst, K Holmqvist
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 38 (5 …, 2012
Looking at the keyboard or the monitor: relationship with text production processes
R Johansson, Å Wengelin, V Johansson, K Holmqvist
Reading and writing 23, 835-851, 2010
Eye movements and reading comprehension while listening to preferred and non-preferred study music
R Johansson, K Holmqvist, F Mossberg, M Lindgren
Psychology of music 40 (3), 339-356, 2012
Comparing scanpaths during scene encoding and recognition: A multi-dimensional approach
T Foulsham, R Dewhurst, M Nyström, H Jarodzka, R Johansson, ...
Journal of Eye Movement Research 5 (4), 1-14, 2012
The dispersion of eye movements during visual imagery is related to individual differences in spatial imagery ability
R Johansson, J Holsanova, K Homqvist
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 33 (33), 2011
Combining keystroke logging with other methods: Towards an experimental environment for writing process research
Å Wengelin, J Frid, R Johansson, V Johansson
Observing writing, 30-49, 2019
How task demands influence scanpath similarity in a sequential number-search task
R Dewhurst, T Foulsham, H Jarodzka, R Johansson, K Holmqvist, ...
Vision research 149, 9-23, 2018
Reading during the composition of multi-sentence texts: an eye-movement study
M Torrance, R Johansson, V Johansson, Å Wengelin
Psychological research, 1-15, 2015
How information availability interacts with visual attention during judgment and decision tasks
P Pärnamets, R Johansson, K Gidlöf, A Wallin
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (2-3), 218-231, 2016
What do eye movements reveal about mental imagery? Evidence from visual and verbal elicitations
R Johansson, J Holsanova, K Holmqvist
Proceedings of the 27th Cognitive Science conference 1054, 2005
Pupil dilation tracks the dynamics of mnemonic interference resolution
R Johansson, P Pärnamets, A Bjernestedt, M Johansson
Scientific reports 8 (1), 4826, 2018
Eye-movement replay supports episodic remembering
R Johansson, M Nyström, R Dewhurst, M Johansson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1977), 20220964, 2022
Listening effort and fatigue in native and non-native primary school children
KJ Brännström, M Rudner, J Carlie, B Sahlén, A Gulz, K Andersson, ...
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 210, 105203, 2021
Expressive writing in Swedish 15-year-olds with reading and writing difficulties
Å Wengelin, R Johansson, V Johansson
Writing development in children with hearing loss, dyslexia, or oral …, 2014
Eye movements during mental imagery are not reenactments of perception
R Johansson, J Holsanova, K Holmqvist
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
To tell and to show: The interplay of language and visualizations in communication
J Holsanova, R Johansson, K Holmqvist
Łukowski P., Gemel A., Żukowski B.(red.), Cognition, Meaning and Action …, 2015
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