Dr.

Benjamin de Haas

Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen FB 06 Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft
Otto-Behaghel-Str. 10F
35394 Gießen

+49 (0)641 99 26125 +49 (0)641 99 26 129 Send e-mail Visit website

Short info

My research focuses on individual differences in perception. I use eyetracking, neuroimaging and computational modeling to study the individual way to see the world. What do individual differences reveal about the visual brain? How is perception shaping who we are and how we interact with others?

Open Science
Borovska, P., de Haas, B. (2022).
Extrafoveal faces modulate the dynamics of scene viewing.
PsyArXiv Preprints
Linka, M., Sensoy, Ö., Karimpur, H., Schwarzer, G., de Haas, B. (2022).
Attentional biases in free viewing of complex scenes in preschoolers and adults.
PsyArXiv Preprints
Articles
Broda, M. D., & de Haas, B. (2022).
Individual differences in looking at persons in scenes.
Journal of Vision, 22(12), 9-9.
DOI
Broda, M. D., & de Haas, B. (2022).
Individual fixation tendencies in person viewing generalize from images to videos.
i-Perception, 13(6), 20416695221128844.
DOI
Broda, M. D., Haddad, T., & de Haas, B. (2023).
Quick, eyes! Isolated upper face regions but not artificial features elicit rapid saccades.
Journal of Vision, 23(2), 5-5.
DOI
Kollenda, D., de Haas, B. (2022).
The influence of familiarity on memory for faces and mask wearing.
Cognitive Research, 7(1).
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Linka, M., Broda, M. D., Alsheimer, T. A., de Haas, B., & Ramon, M. (2022).
Characteristic fixation biases in Super-Recognizers.
Journal of Vision, in press.
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Linka, M., Sensoy, Ö., Karimpur, H., Schwarzer, G., de Haas, B. (2023).
Free viewing biases for complex scenes in preschoolers and adults.
Sci Rep, 13, 11803.
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