Magdalena Ewa Król
Magdalena Ewa Król
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
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A novel approach to studying strategic decisions with eye-tracking and machine learning
M Krol, M Krol
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (6), 596, 2017
When believing is seeing: The role of predictions in shaping visual perception
ME Król, W El-Deredy
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (9), 1743-1771, 2011
Learning from peers’ eye movements in the absence of expert guidance: A proof of concept using laboratory stock trading, eye tracking, and machine learning
M Król, M Król
Cognitive science 43 (2), e12716, 2019
A novel machine learning analysis of eye-tracking data reveals suboptimal visual information extraction from facial stimuli in individuals with autism
ME Król, M Król
Neuropsychologia 129, 397-406, 2019
Auditory noise increases the allocation of attention to the mouth, and the eyes pay the price: An eye-tracking study
ME Król
PloS one 13 (3), e0194491, 2018
A novel eye movement data transformation technique that preserves temporal information: A demonstration in a face processing task
M Król, ME Król
Sensors 19 (10), 2377, 2019
The world as we know it and the world as it is: Eye‐movement patterns reveal decreased use of prior knowledge in individuals with autism
M Król, M Król
Autism Research 12 (9), 1386-1398, 2019
Inferiority, not similarity of the decoy to target, is what drives the transfer of attention underlying the attraction effect: Evidence from an eye-tracking study with real …
M Król, M Król
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 12 (2), 88, 2019
The clash of expectancies: Does the P300 amplitude reflect both passive and active expectations?
M Król, W El-Deredy
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (9), 1723-1734, 2015
Is knowledge of family history related to psychosocial functioning? Comparison of adolescents living in institutional care and adolescents living with their biological families
ME Król, A Kli¶, M Kustra, K Szymański
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 16 (4), 464-475, 2019
The right look for the job: decoding cognitive processes involved in the task from spatial eye-movement patterns
ME Król, M Król
Psychological research 84 (1), 245-258, 2020
Simple eye movement metrics can predict future decision making performance: The case of financial choices
M Król, ME Król
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (3), 223-233, 2019
“Economies of Experience”—Disambiguation of Degraded Stimuli Leads to a Decreased Dispersion of Eye‐Movement Patterns
ME Król, M Król
Cognitive Science 42, 728-756, 2018
Scanpath similarity measure reveals not only a decreased social preference, but also an increased nonsocial preference in individuals with autism
ME Król, M Król
Autism 24 (2), 374-386, 2020
A valence asymmetry in predecisional distortion of information: Evidence from an eye tracking study with incentivized choices.
M Król, ME Król
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (12 …, 2019
Misperceptions are the price for facilitation in object recognition
ME Król, W El-Deredy
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 (5), 641-649, 2011
The trickle-down effect of predictability: Secondary task performance benefits from predictability in the primary task
ME Król, M Król
PloS one 12 (7), e0180573, 2017
Is recursive belief inference the engine of mentalizing?
M Krol, M Krol
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (47), 15711-15712, 2010
Visual affects: Linking curiosity, Aha-Erlebnis, and memory through information gain
S Van de Cruys, C Damiano, Y Boddez, M Król, L Goetschalckx, ...
Cognition 212, 104698, 2021
Autism limits strategic thinking after all: A process tracing study of the beauty contest game
M Król, ME Król
Thinking & Reasoning 26 (4), 615-626, 2020
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