Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Fooken, J., Kreyenmeier, P. & Spering, M. (2021) The Role of Eye Movements in Manual Interception: A Mini-Review. Vision Research. 183, 81-90. [pdf]
  2. Kinjo, H., Fooken, J., & Spering, M. (2020). Do eye movements enhance visual memory retrieval? Vision Research. 176, 80-90. [pdf]
  3. Fooken, J. & Spering, M. (2020). Eye movements as a readout of sensorimotor decision processes. Journal of Neurophysiology, 123(4), 1439-1447. [pdf]
  4. Murch, W. S., Limbrick-Oldfield, E. H., Ferrari, M. A., MacDonald, K. I., Fooken, J., Cherkasova, M. V., Spering, M., & Clark, L. (2020). Zoned in or zoned out? Using mobile eye tracking to probe immersion in slot machine gambling. Addiction, 115(6), 1127-1138 [pdf]
  5. Fooken, J. & Spering, M. (2019). Decoding go/no-go decisions from eye movements. Journal of Vision, 19(2):5, 1-13. [pdf]
  6. Rolin, R. A., Fooken J.,, Spering, M., & Pai, D. K. (2019). Perception of Looming Motion in Virtual Reality Egocentric Interception Tasks. Transaction on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 25(10), 3042-3048. [pdf]
  7. Fooken, J., Lalonde, K.M., Mann, G.K., & Spering, M. (2018). Eye movement training is most effective when it involves a task-relevant sensorimotor decision. Journal of Vision, 18(4):18, 1-18. [pdf]
  8. Kreyenmeier, P., Fooken, J., & Spering, M. (2017). Context effects on smooth pursuit and manual interception of a disappearing target. Journal of Neurophysiology, 118(1), 404-415. [pdf]
  9. Palidis, D. J., Wyder-Hodge, P. A., Fooken, J., & Spering, M. (2017). Distinct eye movement patterns enhance dynamic visual acuity. PLoS ONE 12(2):e0172061. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172061. [pdf]
  10. Fooken, J., Yeo, S. H., Pai, D. K., & Spering, M. (2016). Eye movement accuracy determines natural interception strategies. Journal of Vision,16(14):1,1-15. [pdf]