Jim Maarseveen

Jim Maarseveen
Utrecht University | UU · Department of Psychology

MSc.

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Introduction
As a Phd student, my research focusses on the perception of duration. More specifically, I am studying the mechanisms involved in the encoding of duration using adaptation paradigms. I am also involved in teaching at both Utrecht University and University College Utrecht, were I teach several courses and supervise bachelor theses. These courses focus on: Visual psychophysics, Programming experiment (Matlab), analysing data (Matlab), and Statistics (SPSS/JASP).

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Publications (10)
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Recent studies have provided evidence for a role of duration-tuned channels in the encoding of duration. Duration encoding in these channels is thought to reflect the time between responses to the onset and offset of an event. This notion is in apparent conflict with studies that demonstrate that the perceived duration of an event can vary independ...
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The abundance of temporal information in our environment calls for the effective selection and utilization of temporal information that is relevant for our behavior. Here we investigated whether visual attention gates the selective encoding of relevant duration information when multiple sources of duration information are present. We probed the enc...
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Attention has been suggested to play an important role in duration processing. Here, we investigated whether attention mediates the encoding of the durations of multiple events by measuring the duration after-effect (DAE) following adaptation to concurrently presented events with different durations. Observers adapted by viewing two streams of Gaus...
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Adapting to the duration of a visual stimulus causes the perceived duration of a subsequently presented stimulus with a slightly different duration to be skewed away from the adapted duration. This pattern of repulsion following adaptation is similar to that observed for other visual properties, such as orientation, and is considered as evidence fo...
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When an object becomes occluded, many of its visual features (e.g. its colour or form) remain represented by the observer. Here we investigated whether changes in the object's visual features and the rate at which these changes occur, are also represented during occlusion. We focused on the temporal frequency content of a contrast-modulated stimulu...
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Facets can provide an interesting functionality in digital libraries. However, while some research shows facets are important, other research found facets are only moderately used. Therefore, in this exploratory study we com- pare two search interfaces; one where the facets panel is always visible and one where the facets panel is hidden by default...

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