willem b. verwey
willem b. verwey
Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Ergonomics, University of Twente
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Learning and production of movement sequences: Behavioral, neurophysiological, and modeling perspectives
BJ Rhodes, D Bullock, WB Verwey, BB Averbeck, MPA Page
Human movement science 23 (5), 699-746, 2004
2892004
Detecting short periods of elevated workload: A comparison of nine workload assessment techniques.
WB Verwey, HA Veltman
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 2 (3), 270, 1996
2511996
Concatenating familiar movement sequences: The versatile cognitive processor
WB Verwey
Acta psychologica 106 (1-2), 69-95, 2001
2152001
Fatigue, workload and adaptive driver systems
PA Hancock, WB Verwey
Accident analysis & prevention 29 (4), 495-506, 1997
2061997
Buffer loading and chunking in sequential keypressing.
WB Verwey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (3), 544, 1996
2001996
Representing serial action and perception
EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez, WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (5), 603-623, 2010
1742010
On-line driver workload estimation. Effects of road situation and age on secondary task measures
WB Verwey
Ergonomics 43 (2), 187-209, 2000
1672000
Evidence for a multistage model of practice in a sequential movement task.
WB Verwey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (6 …, 1999
1471999
Predicting drowsiness accidents from personal attributes, eye blinks and ongoing driving behaviour
WB Verwey, DM Zaidel
Personality and individual differences 28 (1), 123-142, 2000
1412000
Evidence for lasting sequence segmentation in the discrete sequence-production task
WB Verwey, T Eikelboom
Journal of motor behavior 35 (2), 171-181, 2003
1392003
Preventing drowsiness accidents by an alertness maintenance device
WB Verwey, DM Zaidel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 31 (3), 199-211, 1999
1391999
Control of automated behavior: insights from the discrete sequence production task
E Abrahamse, M Ruitenberg, E De Kleine, WB Verwey
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 82, 2013
1342013
A cognitive framework for explaining serial processing and sequence execution strategies
WB Verwey, CH Shea, DL Wright
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (1), 54-77, 2015
952015
The role of stereopsis in virtual anatomical learning
JM Luursema, WB Verwey, PAM Kommers, JH Annema
Interacting with Computers 20 (4-5), 455-460, 2008
912008
Effector dependent sequence learning in the serial RT task
WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychological Research 69 (4), 242-251, 2005
872005
Diminished motor skill development in elderly: indications for limited motor chunk use
WB Verwey
Acta psychologica 134 (2), 206-214, 2010
852010
On the role of the SMA in the discrete sequence production task: a TMS study
WB Verwey, R Lammens, J van Honk
Neuropsychologia 40 (8), 1268-1276, 2002
852002
How can we prevent overload of the driver?
WB Verwey
Driving future vehicles, 235-244, 1993
841993
Effector-independent and effector-dependent learning in the discrete sequence production task
WB Verwey, DL Wright
Psychological research 68 (1), 64-70, 2004
792004
Evidence for the development of concurrent processing in a sequential keypressing task
WB Verwey
Acta Psychologica 85 (3), 245-262, 1994
781994
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