Jukka Hyönä
Jukka Hyönä
Professor of Psychology, University of Turku
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Eye movement assessment of selective attentional capture by emotional pictures.
L Nummenmaa, J Hyönä, MG Calvo
Emotion 6 (2), 257, 2006
4872006
Pupil dilation as a measure of processing load in simultaneous interpretation and other language tasks
J Hyönä, J Tommola, AM Alaja
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 48 (3), 598-612, 1995
4291995
Utilization of illustrations during learning of science textbook passages among low-and high-ability children
M Hannus, J Hyönä
Contemporary educational psychology 24 (2), 95-123, 1999
3661999
Individual differences in reading to summarize expository text: Evidence from eye fixation patterns.
J Hyönä, RF Lorch Jr, JK Kaakinen
Journal of Educational Psychology 94 (1), 44, 2002
3562002
Eye fixation patterns among dyslexic and normal readers: Effects of word length and word frequency.
J Hyönä, RK Olson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 21 (6), 1430, 1995
3221995
Is multiple object tracking carried out automatically by an early vision mechanism independent of higher‐order cognition? An individual difference approach
L Oksama, J Hyönä
Visual cognition 11 (5), 631-671, 2004
2922004
The use of eye movements in the study of multimedia learning
J Hyönä
Learning and Instruction 20 (2), 172-176, 2010
2742010
The length of a complex word modifies the role of morphological structure: Evidence from eye movements when reading short and long Finnish compounds
R Bertram, J Hyönä
Journal of memory and language 48 (3), 615-634, 2003
2742003
The mind's eye: Cognitive and applied aspects of eye movement research
R Radach, J Hyona, H Deubel
Elsevier, 2003
2692003
The role of morphological constituents in reading Finnish compound words.
A Pollatsek, J Hyönä, R Bertram
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26 (2), 820, 2000
2602000
Reading Finnish compound words: Eye fixations are affected by component morphemes.
J Hyönä, A Pollatsek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (6 …, 1998
2581998
Development of the letter identity span in reading: Evidence from the eye movement moving window paradigm
T Häikiö, R Bertram, J Hyönä, P Niemi
Journal of experimental child psychology 102 (2), 167-181, 2009
2472009
How prior knowledge, WMC, and relevance of information affect eye fixations in expository text.
JK Kaakinen, J Hyönä, JM Keenan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (3), 447, 2003
2202003
Eye movement measures to study global text processing
J Hyönä, RF Lorch Jr, M Rinck
The Mind's Eye, 313-334, 2003
2182003
Ambiguous pronoun resolution: Contrasting the first-mention and subject-preference accounts
J Järvikivi, RPG Van Gompel, J Hyönä, R Bertram
Psychological science 16 (4), 260-264, 2005
1792005
Dynamic binding of identity and location information: A serial model of multiple identity tracking
L Oksama, J Hyönä
Cognitive psychology 56 (4), 237-283, 2008
1782008
Perspective effects on expository text comprehension: Evidence from think-aloud protocols, eyetracking, and recall
JK Kaakinen, J Hyona
Discourse processes 40 (3), 239-257, 2005
1712005
Perspective effects on online text processing
JK Kaakinen, J Hyönä, JM Keenan
Discourse processes 33 (2), 159-173, 2002
1712002
The role of semantic transparency in the processing of Finnish compound words
A Pollatsek, J Hyönä
Language and Cognitive processes 20 (1-2), 261-290, 2005
1662005
Do adult readers know how they read? Evidence from eye movement patterns and verbal reports
J Hyönä, AM Nurminen
British Journal of Psychology 97 (1), 31-50, 2006
1552006
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