Stefan Hawelka
Stefan Hawelka
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCNS), University of Salzburg
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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
Impaired visual processing of multi-element arrays is associated with increased number of eye movements in dyslexic reading
S Hawelka, H Wimmer
Vision research 45 (7), 855-863, 2005
Systematic influence of gaze position on pupil size measurement: analysis and correction
B Gagl, S Hawelka, F Hutzler
Behavior research methods 43, 1171-1181, 2011
Words in context: The effects of length, frequency, and predictability on brain responses during natural reading
S Schuster, S Hawelka, F Hutzler, M Kronbichler, F Richlan
Cerebral Cortex 26 (10), 3889-3904, 2016
Visual target detection is not impaired in dyslexic readers
S Hawelka, H Wimmer
Vision Research 48 (6), 850-852, 2008
Reactance, the self, and its group: When threats to freedom come from the ingroup versus the outgroup
V Graupmann, E Jonas, E Meier, S Hawelka, M Aichhorn
European journal of social psychology 42 (2), 164-173, 2012
Impaired visual processing of letter and digit strings in adult dyslexic readers
S Hawelka, C Huber, H Wimmer
Vision research 46 (5), 718-723, 2006
On forward inferences of fast and slow readers. An eye movement study
S Hawelka, S Schuster, B Gagl, F Hutzler
Scientific reports 5 (1), 8432, 2015
An incremental boundary study on parafoveal preprocessing in children reading aloud: Parafoveal masks overestimate the preview benefit
C Marx, S Hawelka, S Schuster, F Hutzler
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 27 (5), 549-561, 2015
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
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
Fixation location on upright and inverted faces modulates the N170
P De Lissa, G McArthur, S Hawelka, R Palermo, Y Mahajan, F Hutzler
Neuropsychologia 57, 1-11, 2014
What the eyes already ‘know’: using eye movement measurement to tap into children's implicit numerical magnitude representations
A Heine, V Thaler, S Tamm, S Hawelka, M Schneider, J Torbeyns, ...
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and…, 2010
Different behavioral and eye movement patterns of dyslexic readers with and without attentional deficits during single word reading
V Thaler, K Urton, A Heine, S Hawelka, V Engl, AM Jacobs
Neuropsychologia 47 (12), 2436-2445, 2009
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
On the development of parafoveal preprocessing: Evidence from the incremental boundary paradigm
C Marx, F Hutzler, S Schuster, S Hawelka
Frontiers in psychology 7, 514, 2016
Eyes on words: A fixation-related fMRI study of the left occipito-temporal cortex during self-paced silent reading of words and pseudowords
S Schuster, S Hawelka, F Richlan, P Ludersdorfer, F Hutzler
Scientific reports 5 (1), 12686, 2015
Oscillatory brain dynamics during sentence reading: A fixation-related spectral perturbation analysis
L Vignali, NA Himmelstoss, S Hawelka, F Richlan, F Hutzler
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 191, 2016
Parafoveal preprocessing in reading revisited: evidence from a novel preview manipulation.
B Gagl, S Hawelka, F Richlan, S Schuster, F Hutzler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (2), 588, 2014
Co-registration of eye movements and neuroimaging for studying contextual predictions in natural reading
NA Himmelstoss, S Schuster, F Hutzler, R Moran, S Hawelka
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 1-18, 2019
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