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
2852004
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
2451996
Concatenating familiar movement sequences: The versatile cognitive processor
WB Verwey
Acta psychologica 106 (1-2), 69-95, 2001
2132001
Buffer loading and chunking in sequential keypressing.
WB Verwey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (3), 544, 1996
2001996
Fatigue, workload and adaptive driver systems
PA Hancock, WB Verwey
Accident analysis & prevention 29 (4), 495-506, 1997
1971997
Representing serial action and perception
EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez, WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (5), 603-623, 2010
1692010
On-line driver workload estimation. Effects of road situation and age on secondary task measures
WB Verwey
Ergonomics 43 (2), 187-209, 2000
1622000
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
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
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
1382000
Preventing drowsiness accidents by an alertness maintenance device
WB Verwey, DM Zaidel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 31 (3), 199-211, 1999
1381999
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
1332013
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
932015
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
902008
Effector dependent sequence learning in the serial RT task
WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychological Research 69 (4), 242-251, 2005
872005
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
Diminished motor skill development in elderly: indications for limited motor chunk use
WB Verwey
Acta psychologica 134 (2), 206-214, 2010
832010
How can we prevent overload of the driver?
WB Verwey
Driving future vehicles, 235-244, 1993
811993
Evidence for the development of concurrent processing in a sequential keypressing task
WB Verwey
Acta Psychologica 85 (3), 245-262, 1994
781994
Effector-independent and effector-dependent learning in the discrete sequence production task
WB Verwey, DL Wright
Psychological research 68 (1), 64-70, 2004
772004
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