Benjamin Gagl
Benjamin Gagl
Post-Doc University of Vienna
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A dual-route perspective on eye movements of dyslexic readers
S Hawelka, B Gagl, H Wimmer
Cognition 115 (3), 367-379, 2010
1692010
Systematic influence of gaze position on pupil size measurement: analysis and correction
B Gagl, S Hawelka, F Hutzler
Behavior research methods 43 (4), 1171-1181, 2011
812011
Fixation-related fMRI analysis in the domain of reading research: using self-paced eye movements as markers for hemodynamic brain responses during visual letter string processing
F Richlan, B Gagl, S Hawelka, M Braun, M Schurz, M Kronbichler, ...
Cerebral Cortex 24 (10), 2647-2656, 2014
432014
On forward inferences of fast and slow readers. An eye movement study
S Hawelka, S Schuster, B Gagl, F Hutzler
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
382015
Parafoveal X-masks interfere with foveal word recognition: Evidence from fixation-related brain potentials
F Hutzler, I Fuchs, B Gagl, S Schuster, F Richlan, M Braun, S Hawelka
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7, 33, 2013
372013
Parafoveal Preprocessing in Reading Revisited: Evidence From a Novel Preview Manipulation.
B Gagl, S Hawelka, F Richlan, S Schuster, F Hutzler
American Psychological Association, 2014
272014
Inducing thought processes: Bringing process measures and cognitive processes closer together
M Schulte‐Mecklenbeck, A Kühberger, B Gagl, F Hutzler
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (5), 1001-1013, 2017
242017
On sources of the word length effect in young readers
B Gagl, S Hawelka, H Wimmer
Scientific Studies of Reading 19 (4), 289-306, 2015
232015
A new high-speed visual stimulation method for gaze-contingent eye movement and brain activity studies
F Richlan, B Gagl, S Schuster, S Hawelka, J Humenberger, F Hutzler
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7, 24, 2013
182013
A similar correction mechanism in slow and fluent readers after suboptimal landing positions
B Gagl, S Hawelka, F Hutzler
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 355, 2014
132014
Beyond single syllables: The effect of first syllable frequency and orthographic similarity on eye movements during silent reading
S Hawelka, S Schuster, B Gagl, F Hutzler
Language and Cognitive Processes, 1-20, 2013
132013
An orthographic prediction error as the basis for efficient visual word recognition
B Gagl, J Sassenhagen, S Haan, K Gregorova, F Richlan, CJ Fiebach
NeuroImage 214, 116727, 2020
7*2020
Blue hypertext is a good design decision: no perceptual disadvantage in reading and successful highlighting of relevant information
B Gagl
PeerJ 4, e2467, 2016
72016
The lexical categorization model: A computational model of left-ventral occipito-temporal cortex activation in visual word recognition
B Gagl, F Richlan, P Ludersdorfer, J Sassenhagen, S Eisenhauer, ...
BioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/085332, 2020
6*2020
Context-based facilitation in visual word recognition: Evidence for visual and lexical but not pre-lexical contributions
S Eisenhauer, CJ Fiebach, B Gagl
Eneuro 6 (2), 2019
22019
Reading at the speed of speech: Alignment of eye-movement sampling in reading with the speech production rate
B Gagl, J Golch, S Hawelka, J Sassenhagen, K Gregorova, D Poeppel, ...
bioRxiv, 391896, 2019
1*2019
Offene Wissenschaft in Der Zeit Von Covid-19–Eine Blaupause Für Die Psychologische Forschung?
J Beitner, G Brod, B Gagl, D Kraft, M Schultze
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Predictive pre-activation of orthographic and lexical-semantic representations facilitates visual word recognition
S Eisenhauer, B Gagl, CJ Fiebach
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
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