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Region#
AS - Asia4821
NA - North America2527
EU - Europe1969
HKU - The University of Hong Kong552
AF - Africa349
OC - Oceania169
SA - South America21
UND - Undefined90
Total10498
Country#
CN - China2723
US - United States2457
GB - United Kingdom787
HK - Hong Kong721
SG - Singapore694
HKU - The University of Hong Kong552
KR - Republic of Korea392
IE - Ireland340
ZA - South Africa291
FR - France279
OTH - Others1262
Total10498
City#
Ashburn878
Singapore690
The University of Hong Kong552
Beijing497
Dublin337
Central District327
Johannesburg290
Hangzhou289
Washington254
Shenzhen198
Others6186
Total10498
Individuals with insomnia misrecognize angry faces as fearful faces while missing the eyes: An eye-tracking study56
Hidden Markov model analysis reveals the advantage of analytic eye movement patterns in face recognition across cultures72
Optimal viewing position in Face recognition101
Understanding eye movements in face recognition with hidden Markov model39
Eye-movement patterns in face recognition are associated with cognitive decline in older adults59
When is the right hemisphere holistic and when is it not? The case of Chinese character recognition29
On the relationship between holistic processing and right hemisphere processing. 26
Sleep Deprivation Compromises the Effectiveness of Emotion Regulation Strategies: An ERP Study53
Mind reading: discovering individual preferences from eye movements using switching hidden Markov models77
Objective measures of IS usage behavior under conditions of experience and pressure using eye fixation data43
Understanding eye movement patterns in face recognition using hidden Markov models48
EMHMM: Eye Movement Analysis with Hidden Markov Models and Its Applications in Cognitive Research19
Bilingual Experience Modulates Hemispheric Lateralization in Visual Word Processing60
Optimal face recognition performance involves a balance between global and local information processing: Evidence from cultural difference42
Writing facilitates learning to read in Chinese through reduction of holistic processing: a developmental study172
What is the cause of left hemisphere lateralization of English visual word recognition? Pre-existing language lateralization, or task characteristics?168
Asymmetries in the recognition of visual stimuli as a result of expertise24
Neural correlates of font sensitivity effects in the perception of simplified and traditional Chinese characters67
Right Hemisphere Dominance in Nonconscious Processing89
Can experience with different types of writing system modulate holistic processing in speech perception?97
Temporal dynamics of the modulation of character structure and phonetic radical in Chinese character processing - an ERP study117
How does reading direction modulate perceptual asymmetry effects?72
Expertise modulates hemispheric asymmetry in holistic processing: evidence from Chinese character processing63
Hidden Markov modeling of eye movements with image information leads to better discovery of regions of interest88
Analysis of a Chinese phonetic compound database: Implications for orthographic processing68
Computational exploration of the relationship between holistic processing and right hemisphere lateralization in featural and configural recognition tasks116
Simplifying mixture models with the hierarchical EM Algorithm, and its application to analyzing eye movement patterns in face recognition27
Understanding individual differences in eye movement pattern during scene perception through hidden Markov modeling16
Exploring the Effect of Personalized Background Music on Reading Comprehension13
Interpretation biases and visual attention in the processing of ambiguous information in chronic pain25
How does music reading expertise modulate visual processing of English words? An ERP study37
Understanding eye movements in face recognition with hidden Markov models38
Sleep Deprivation Compromises Resting-State Emotional Regulatory Processes: An EEG Study51
Differential modulation effects of music expertise on English and Chinese sentence reading.54
Connectivity asymmetry can explain visual hemispheric asymmetries in local/global, face, and spatial frequency processing96
Foveal splitting causes differential processing of Chinese orthography in the male and female brain70
Music reading expertise selectively improves categorical judgment with musical notation106
Convergence of the visual field split: Hemispheric modeling of face and object recognition64
Eye movement analysis with switching hidden Markov models24
Reconstructing Chinese Characters without writing: enhancing holistic processing and orthographic awareness166
Cultural orientation of self-bias in perceptual matching29
When is a visual perceptual deficit more holistic but less right-lateralized? The case of high-school students with dyslexia in Chinese18
Expert marker of Chinese character recognition: Left-side bias versus holistic processing?53
Holistic but with reduced right-hemisphere involvement: The case of dyslexia in Chinese character recognition47
Computational exploration of task and attention modulation on holistic processing and left side bias effects in face recognition: the case of face drawing experts30
Eye Movement Patterns in Face Recognition are Associated with Cognitive Decline in Older Adults: An HMM Approach.50
Music reading expertise modulates hemispheric lateralization in English word processing but not in Chinese character processing72
Visual and task characteristics may explain hemispheric asymmetry in visual word recognition89
Modulation of mood on eye movement and face recognition performance61
The influence of writing experiences on holistic processing in Chinese character recognition121
What enhances/reduces holistic processing in perceptual expertise: experience in writing/drawing versus component composition104
Simplifying mixture models with the hierarchical EM algorithm, and its application to eye movement analysis in psychological research29
Bilinguals have different hemispheric lateralization in visual word processing from monolinguals154
The influence of writing experiences on holistic processing in Chinese character recognition143
Understanding visual attention to face emotions in social anxiety using hidden Markov models29
Perceptual expertise: Can sensorimotor experience change holistic processing and left side bias?64
Holistic processing as a hallmark of perceptual expertise for non-face categories including Chinese characters.58
Humans have idiosyncratic and task-specific scanpaths for judging faces50
A right visual field advantage without left hemisphere lateralization in music notation reading245
Understanding the associations between eye movement patterns, task performance, and cognitive abilities through Eye Movement analysis with Hidden Markov Models (EMHMM)27
Transfer of the left-side bias effect in perceptual expertise: The case of simplified and traditional Chinese character recognition59
Nimble: A kernel density model of saccade-based visual memory52
Reduced holistic processing in expert Chinese character recognition15
Transfer of perceptual expertise: The case of simplified and traditional Chinese character recognition110
A new other-race effect for gaze perception92
Scanpath modeling and classification with Hidden Markov Models68
Resting-state theta/beta ratio changed without sleep: an EEG study108
Position of phonetic components may influence how written words are processed in the brain: Evidence from Chinese phonetic compound pronunciation198
Holistic processing in speech perception: experts' and novices' processing of isolated Cantonese syllables38
The optimal viewing position in face recognition160
Eye movement pattern in face recognition is associated with cognitive decline in the elderly111
Hemispheric difference in holistic processing in Chinese character and face recognition52
Reading direction is sufficient to account for the optimal viewing position in reading: the case of music reading125
Face drawing experience is associated with better face recognition performance and reduced left-side bias in face perception71
An examination of semantic radical combinability effects with lateralized cues in Chinese character recognition67
Hidden Markov modelling of eye movements in social anxiety: a data-driven machine-learning approach to eye-tracking research in psychopathology23
Using emotion regulation strategies after sleep deprivation: ERP and behavioral findings32
When subliminal stimuli fail to transfer across hemispheres: interhemispheric integration of nonconscious information42
Bilinguals have different hemispheric lateralization in visual processing from monolinguals56
Perceptual Experience Shapes our Ability to Categorise Faces by National Origin: A New Other-Race Effect32
Music-reading expertise modulates the visual span for English letters but not Chinese characters15
Hemispheric asymmetry in perception: A differential encoding account39
Hemispheric Asymmetry in Nonconscious Processing15
Within-category advantage in perceiving color contrast: a new case of categorical perception112
Analytic eye movement patterns in face recognition are associated with better performance and more top-down control of visual attention: an fMRI study175
Eye Movement analysis with Hidden Markov Models (EMHMM) and its applications in clinical research21
Eye Movement Pattern in Face Recognition is Associated with Cognitive Decline in the Elderly50
The perception of simplified and traditional Chinese characters in the eye of simplified and traditional Chinese readers188
Understanding eye movements in face recognition using hidden Markov models77
Two fixations suffice in face recognition246
Word type frequency alone can modulate hemispheric asymmetry in visual word recognition: evidence from modeling Chinese character recognition101
The modulation of visual and task characteristics of a writing system on hemispheric lateralization in visual word recognition - A computational exploration.53
Writing facilitates learning to read in Chinese through reduction of holistic processing: a developmental study.131
Does video content facilitate or impair comprehension of documentaries? The effect of cognitive abilities and eye movement strategy29
Visual field differences in visual word recognition can emerge purely from perceptual learning: Evidence from modeling Chinese character pronunciation183
Analytic eye movement patterns in face recognition are associated with enhanced face recognition performance and top-down control of visual attention62
Music reading expertise modulates visual spans in both music note and English letter reading289
Neurocomputational models of face processing62
Insomniacs misidentify angry faces as fearful faces because of missing the eyes: An eye-tracking study43
How do different training tasks modulate our perception and hemispheric lateralization in the development of perceptual expertise?75
Hemispheric asymmetry in processing low- and high-pass filtered Cantonese speech in tonal and non-tonal language speakers.154
Not all visual expertise is holistic, but it may be leftist: The case of Chinese character recognition: Research Article176
Do bilinguals have a different hemispheric lateralization in visual processing from monolinguals?24
Right hemisphere lateralization and holistic processing do not always go together: An ERP investigation of a training study66
The associations between visual spatial attention, holistic processing and reading abilities in Chinese adolescents with and without dyslexia16
EMHMM: Eye Movement analysis with Hidden Markov Models and its applications in cognitive research16
Parametric Manifold Learning of Gaussian Mixture Models11
Holistic processing and right hemisphere lateralization do not always go together - evidence from computational modeling99
Information distribution within musical segments70
Does face-drawing experience enhance face processing abilities? Evidence from hidden Markov modeling of eye movements45
Understanding eye movement patterns in face recognition using hidden Markov models27
Visual Similarity of Words Alone Can Modulate Hemispheric Lateralization in Visual Word Recognition: Evidence From Modeling Chinese Character Recognition82
Holistic processing is not always a property of right hemisphere processing: evidence from computational modeling of face recognition70
The role of eye movement consistency in learning to recognise faces: Computational and experimental examinations56
Holistic processing as measured in the composite task does not always go with right hemisphere processing in face perception54
Reduced holistic processing in the development of Chinese orthographic representations60
Hidden Markov model analysis reveals better eye movement strategies in face recognition68
Modulation of Mood on Eye Movement Pattern and Performance in Face Recognition43
Neural correlates of foveal splitting in reading: Evidence from an ERP study of Chinese character recognition67
Writing reduces holistic processing but does not facilitate reading: The case in Chinese children with developmental dyslexia54
The transfer of left side bias in the perception of simplified and traditional Chinese characters47
A TMS examination of semantic radical combinability effects in Chinese character recognition81
How does reading direction modulate perceptual and visuospatial attention biases?54
Caucasian and Asian eye movement patterns in face recognition: A computational exploration using hidden Markov models168
Salvaging English literacy as L2 in native Chinese-speaking children with dyslexia50
Mini-Course in Eye Movement Analysis with Hidden Markov Models17
The modulation of stimulus structure on visual field asymmetry effects: The case of Chinese character recognition68
Bilinguals have different hemispheric lateralization in visual word processing from monolinguals210
Audiovisual Information Processing in Emotion Recognition: An Eye Tracking Study52
The interrelation between interpretation biases, threat expectancies and pain‐related attentional processing8
Music reading expertise modulates hemispheric lateralization in English word processing but not in Chinese character processing168
Complex mental addition and multiplication rely more on visuospatial than verbal processing48
Global and local priming evoke different face processing strategies: evidence from an eye movement study80
Is having similar eye movement patterns during face learning and recognition beneficial for recognition performance? Evidence from hidden Markov modeling49
Temporal dynamics of structure and phonetic radical modulation in Chinese character pronunciation150
The perception of simplified and traditional Chinese Characters in the eye of simplified and traditional Chinese readers161
Representation of linguistic information determines its susceptibility to memory interference.40
Differential hemispheric processing in the recognition of Chinese characters with different structures in foveal and parafoveal vision117
Music Reading Expertise Facilitates English but not Chinese sentence reading: Evidence from Eye Movement Behaviour37
Simplifying Mixture Models with the Hierarchical EM Algorithm, and its Application to Analyzing Eye-Movement Patterns of Older Adults33


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2015/20169057751105531913539124633047162
2016/20171434805810615919113411015311411416550
2017/2018133273847915012420560861708911795
2018/201924211931122186719316132215899296376226
2019/202015762011834313811211019916914072109100
2020/2021283071910363731405620000000
Ever10498