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Methodological papers (e.g., reviewing, describing, or validating MouseTracker)

  1. Stillerman, B.S. & Freeman, J. B. (2019). Mouse-tracking to understand real-time dynamics of social cognition. In Schulte-Mecklenbeck, M., Kühberger, A., & Johnson, J. G (Eds), A Handbook of Process Tracing Methods (2nd ed., pp 146-160). New York: Routledge.

  2. Stillman, P. E., Shen, X., & Ferguson, M. J. (2018). How Mouse-tracking Can Advance Social Cognitive Theory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

  3. Freeman, J.B. (2018). Doing psychological science by handCurrent Directions in Psychological Science, 1-6.

  4. Zgonnikov, A., Aleni, A., Piiroinen, P. T., O'Hora, D., & di Bernardo, M. (2017). Decision landscapes: visualizing mouse-tracking data. Royal Society Open Science4(11), 170482.

  5. Scherbaum, S., & Kieslich, P. J. (2017). Stuck at the starting line: How the starting procedure influences mouse-tracking data. Behavior Research Methods, 1-14.

  6. Calcagnì, A., Lombardi, L., & Sulpizio, S. (2017). Analyzing spatial data from mouse tracker methodology: An entropic approachBehavior Research Methods, 1-19.

  7. Hehman, E., Stolier, R.M., & Freeman, J.B. (2015). Advanced mouse-tracking analytic techniques for enhancing psychological scienceGroup Processes and Intergroup Relations [special issue on Statistical and Methodological Advances].

  8. Freeman, J.B. & Dale, R. (2013). Assessing bimodality to detect the presence of a dual cognitive process. Behavior Research Methods.

  9. Freeman, J.B., Dale, R., & Farmer, T.A. (2011). Hand in motion reveals mind in motionFrontiers in Psychology, 2, 59.

  10. Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2010). MouseTracker: Software for studying real-time mental processing using a computer mouse-tracking methodBehavior Research Methods, 42, 226-241.

Research articles that have used MouseTracker

  1. Vaes, J., Cogoni, C. & Calcagni, A. (2019). Resolving the human-object divide in sexual objectification: How we settle the categorization conflict when categorizing objectified and nonobjectified human targets. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

  2. Faust, N. T., Chatterjee, A. & Christopoulos, G. I. (2019). Beauty in the eyes and the hand of the beholder: Eye and hand movements’ differential responses to facial attractiveness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 85.

  3. Young, S. G., Tracy, R. E., Wilson, J. P., Rydell, R. J. & Hugenberg, K, (2019). The temporal dynamics of the link between configural face processing and dehumanization. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 86.

  4. Schneider, C., Chonard, C., Franke, M., Jägerc, G. & Janczyk. M. (2019). Pragmatic processing: An investigation of (anti-)presuppositions of determiners using mouse-tracking. Cognition, 193.

  5. Lee, Y., Kaiser, E., & Goldstein, L. (2019). I scream for ice cream: Resolving lexical ambiguity with sub-phonemic information. Language and Speech, 1-14.

  6. Dieciuc, M. A., Roque, N. A. & Book, W. R. (2019). The spatial dynamics of mouse-tracking reveal that attention capture is stimulus-driven rather than contingent upon top-down goals. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.  

  7. Złotowski, J. Khalil, A. & Abdallah, S. (2019). One robot doesn’t fit all : aligning social robot appearance and job suitability from Middle Eastern perspective. In: Al & Society : Knowledge, Culture, and Communication (1-16). Springer Nature.

  8. Shields, G. S., Rivers, A. M., Ramney, M. M., Trainor, B. C. & Yonelinas, A. P. (2019). Mild acute stress improves response speed without imparing accuracy or interference control in two selective attention tasks: Implications for theories of stress and cognition. Psychoneuroendocrinology,

  9. Buttlar, B. & Walther, E. (2019). Studying ambivalence in environmental psychology: Unsustainable dietary practices are maintained by moral disengagement. Green Ways - Perspectives of Environmental Psychology Research, 83-88.

  10. Ruitenberg, M.F.L., Braum, S., Du Cheyne, H. & Notebaert, W. (2019). Learning to be in control involves response-specific mechanisms. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 81, 1-12.

  11. Wirth, R., et al. (2019). How not to fall for the white Bear: Combined frequency and recency Manipulations diminish negation effects on overt behavior. Journal of Cognition, 2(1), 1-18.

  12. Georgii, C., Schulte-Mecklenbeck, M., Richard, A., Van Dyck, Z. & Blechert, J. (2019). The dynamics of self-control: within-participant modeling of binary food choices and underlying decision processes as a function of restrained eating. Psychological Research, 83, 1-12.

  13. Buttlar, B. & Walther, E. (2019). Dealing with the meat paradox: Threat leads to moral disengagement from meat consumption. Appetite, 137, 73-80.

  14. Hicks, J. L., Spitler, S. N. & Papesh, M. H. (2019). Response Dynamics of Even-based Prospective Memory Retrieval in Mouse Tracking. Memory & Cognition, 47, 1-13.

  15. Maldonado, M., Dunbar, D. & Chemla, E. (2019). Mouse Tracking as a Window into Decision Making. Behavior Research Methods, 51, 1085-1101.

  16. Stillman, P. E. & Ferguson, M. J. (2018). Decisional Conflict Predicts Impatience. Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, 4, 47-56.

  17. Rheem, H., Verma, V., & Becker, D.V. (2018). Use of Mouse-tracking Method to Measure Cognitive Load. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting , 62, 1982-1986.

  18. Brooks, J.A., & Freeman, J.B (2018). Conceptual knowledge predicts the representational structure of facial emotion perception. Nature Human Behavior, 2,  581-591.

  19. Salmeron-Majadas, S., Baker, R. S., Santos, O. C., & Boticario, J. G. (2018). A Machine Learning Approach to Leverage Individual Keyboard and Mouse Interaction Behavior from Multiple Users in Real-World Learning Scenarios. IEEE Access.

  20. Wu, P., Gu, J., & Lu, T. (2018, July). Don’t Lie to Me: Tracking Eye Movement and Mouse Trajectory to Detect Deception in Sharing Economy. In : International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Springer, Cham, 377-381.

  21. Bundt, C., Ruitenberg, M. F., Abrahamse, E. L., & Notebaert, W. (2018). Early and late indications of item-specific control in a Stroop mouse tracking studyPloS one13 (5).

  22. Monaro, M., Toncini, A., Ferracuti, S., Tessari, G., Vaccaro, M. G., De Fazio, P., ... & Sartori, G. (2018). The Detection of Malingering: A New Tool to Identify Made-Up DepressionFrontiers in Psychiatry, 9.

  23. Calluso, C., Saulin, A., Baumgartner, T., & Knoch, D. (2018). Distinct patterns of cognitive conflict dynamics in promise keepers and promise breakers. Frontiers in Psychology9, 939.

  24. Lopez, R. B., Stillman, P. E., Heatherton, T. F., & Freeman, J. B. (2018). Minding one's reach (to eat): The promise of computer mouse-tracking to study self-regulation of eatingFrontiers in nutrition, 5.

  25. Buttlar, B., & Walther, E. (2018). Measuring the meat paradox: How ambivalence towards meat influences moral disengagement. Appetite.

  26. Brambilla, M., Biella, M., & Freeman, J. B. (2018). The influence of visual context on the evaluation of facial trustworthinessJournal of Experimental Social Psychology78, 34-42.

  27. Cassidy, B. S., Boucher, K. L., Lanie, S. T., & Krendl, A. C. (2018). Age Effects on Trustworthiness Activation and Trust Biases in Face PerceptionThe Journals of Gerontology: Series B.

  28. Zybatow, T., & Weskott, T. (2018). Das Doppelperfekt: Theorie und Empirie. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft37 (1), 83-124.

  29. Gill, M. J., & Ungson, N. D. (2018). How much blame does he truly deserve? Historicist narratives engender uncertainty about blameworthiness, facilitating motivated cognition in moral judgment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology77, 11-23.

  30. Krueger, B. I., Storkel, H. L., & Minai, U. (2017). The Influence of Misarticulations on Children's Word Identification and Processing. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

  31. Erb, C. D. (2018). The developing mind in action: measuring manual dynamics in childhood. Journal of Cognition and Development.

  32. Crossley, S., Duran, N. D., Kim, Y., Lester, T., & Clark, S. (2018). The action dynamics of native and non-native speakers of English in processing active and passive sentences. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.

  33. Pezzulo, G., Iodice, P., Barca, L., Chausse, P., Monceau, S., & Mermillod, M. (2018). Increased heart rate after exercise facilitates the processing of fearful but not disgusted faces. Scientific reports8(1), 398.

  34. Lim, S. L., Penrod, M. T., Ha, O. R., Bruce, J. M., & Bruce, A. S. (2018). Calorie Labeling Promotes Dietary Self-Control by Shifting the Temporal Dynamics of Health-and Taste-Attribute Integration in Overweight Individuals. Psychological science, 29(3), 447-462.

  35. Wang, Q., Taylor, H. A., & Brunyé, T. T. (2018). Action compatibility in spatial knowledge developed through virtual navigation. Psychological research, 1-15.

  36. Monaro, M., Fugazza F.I., Gamberini, L. & Sartori, G. (2017). How Human-Mouse Interaction can Accurately Detect Faked Responses About Identity. Springer, Cham, 9961, 115-124.

  37. Stieger, S., Lewetz, D., & Reips, U. D. (2017). Can smartphones be used to bring computer-based tasks from the lab to the field? A mobile experience-sampling method study about the pace of life. Behavior research methods, 1-9.

  38. Hermens, F. (2018). When do arrows start to compete? A developmental mouse-tracking study. Acta psychologica182, 177-188.

  39. Ke, A. H., Epstein, S. D., Lewis, R., & Pires, A. (2017). The quantificational domain of dou: An experimental study. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 1-20.

  40. Viswanathan, N., & Kelty-Stephen, D. G. (2017). Comparing speech and nonspeech context effects across timescales in coarticulatory contexts. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-9.

  41. Li, H., & Wang, F. (2017). Real-time measurement of wise personality cognition: Evidence from mouse tracking. Current Psychology, 1-15.

  42. Yamauchi, T., & Xiao, K. (2017). Reading Emotion From Mouse Cursor Motions: Affective Computing ApproachCognitive Science A Multidisciplinary Journal, 42 (2).

  43. Brown, C. C., Raio, C. M., & Neta, M. (2017). Cortisol responses enhance negative valence perception for ambiguous facial expressions. Scientific Reports7(1), 15107.

  44. Stronsick, L. M., Tuft, S. E., Incera, S., & McLennan, C. T. (2017). Masculine harps and feminine horns: Timbre and pitch level influence gender ratings of musical instruments. Psychology of Music, 0305735617734629.

  45. Wiese, E., Metta, G., & Wykowska, A. (2017). Robots as Intentional Agents: Using neuroscientific methods to make robots appear more social. Frontiers in Psychology8, 1663.

  46. Zhang, K., Zhang, Q., Zhou, J., & Wang, P. (2017). The interactions between multiple social subcategories in facial recognition. Advances in Psychological Science25(11), 1955-1963.

  47. Weis, P. P., & Wiese, E. (2017). Cognitive conflict as possible origin of the uncanny valley. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 61, 1599-1603.

  48. Iodice, P., Calluso, C., Barca, L., Bertollo, M., Ripari, P., & Pezzulo, G. (2017). Fatigue increases the perception of future effort during decision making. Psychology of Sport and Exercise.

  49. Krpan, D. (2017). Behavioral priming 2.0: enter a dynamical systems perspective. Frontiers in Psychology8, 1204.

  50. Ruitenberg, M. F., Abrahamse, E. L., Santens, P., & Notebaert, W. (2017). The effect of dopaminergic medication on conflict adaptation in Parkinson's diseaseJournal of Neuropsychology.

  51. Tomlinson Jr, J. M., Gotzner, N., & Bott, L. (2017). Intonation and Pragmatic Enrichment: How Intonation Constrains Ad Hoc Scalar Inferences. Language and Speech60(2), 200-223.

  52. Xiao, K., & Yamauchi, T. (2017). The role of attention in subliminal semantic processing: A mouse tracking study. PLoS One12(6).

  53. Schneider, I. K., & Schwarz, N. (2017). Mixed feelings: the case of ambivalence. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences15, 39-45.

  54. Monaro, M., Gamberini, L., & Sartori, G. (2017). The detection of faked identity using unexpected questions and mouse dynamics. PLoS One12(5), e0177851.

  55. Stolier, R. M., & Freeman, J. B. (2017). A neural mechanism of social categorizationJournal of Neuroscience, 3334-16.

  56. Barca, L., Pezzulo, G., Ouellet, M., & Ferrand, L. (2017). Dynamic lexical decisions in French: Evidence for a feedback inconsistency effect. Acta psychologica180, 23-32.

  57. Warren, P. (2017). The interpretation of prosodic variability in the context of accompanying sociophonetic cues. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology8(1).

  58. Incera, S., & McLennan, C. T. (2017). Bilingualism and age are continuous variables that influence executive function. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 1-21.

  59. Krendl, A. C., & Cassidy, B. S. (2017). Looking the Part (to Me): Effects of Racial Prototypicality on Race Perception Vary by Prejudice. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

  60. Davis, S. W., & Haws, K. L. (2017). Don’t sweat the big stuff: Emphasizing importance hinders goal pursuit for consumers low in dispositional self-control resources. Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, 2(1).

  61. Incera, S., Shah, A. P., McLennan, C. T., & Wetzel, M. T. (2017). Sentence context influences the subjective perception of foreign accents. Acta Psychologica, (172), 71-76.

  62. Harper, C. A., Bartels, R. M., & Hogue, T. E. (2017). Reducing stigma and punitive attitudes toward pedophiles through narrative humanization. Sexual abuse: A journal of research and treatment.

  63. Lazerus, T., Ingbretsen, Z. A., Stolier, R. M., Freeman, J. B., & Cikara, M. (2016). Positivity bias in judging ingroup members’ emotional expressionsEmotion, 16(8).

  64. Capellini, R., Sacchi, S., Ricciardelli, P., & Actis-Grosso, R. (2016). Social threat and motor resonance: When a menacing outgroup delays motor responseFrontiers in Psychology, 7.

  65. Du, J., Kade, D., Gerdtman, C., Özcan, O., & Lindén, M. (2016). The effects of perceived USB-delay for sensor and embedded system development. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2492-2495.

  66. Ruitenberg, M. F., Duthoo, W., Santens, P., Seidler, R. D., Notebaert, W., & Abrahamse, E. L. (2016). Sequence learning in Parkinson's disease: Focusing on action dynamics and the role of dopaminergic medication. Neuropsychologia, 30-39.

  67. Neta, M., & Tong, T. T. (2016). Don’t like what you see? Give it time: Longer reaction times associated with increased positive affect. Emotion16(5), 730.

  68. Quétard, B., Quinton, J. C., Mermillod, M., Barca, L., Pezzulo, G., Colomb, M., & Izaute, M. (2016). Differential effects of visual uncertainty and contextual guidance on perceptual decisions: Evidence from eye and mouse tracking in visual search. Journal of Vision, 16(11).

  69. Smeding, A., Quinton, J. C., Lauer, K., Barca, L., & Pezzulo, G. (2016). Tracking and simulating dynamics of implicit stereotypes: A situated social cognition perspective. Journal of personality and social psychology, 111(6).

  70. Monaro, M., Gamberini, L., & Sartori, G. (2016). Identity verification using a kinematic memory detection technique. Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering, 123-132.

  71. Miyazaki, Y., Atsumi, N., Zushi, M., & Norizuki, K. (2016). Detecting learners' hesitation in solving word-reordering problems with machine learning for classification. EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 1638-1646.

  72. Ha, O. R., Bruce, A. S., Pruitt, S. W., Smith, T. R., Burkart, D., Cherry, J. B. C., ... & Lim, S. L. (2016). Healthy eating decisions require efficient dietary self-control in children: A mouse-tracking food decision study. Appetite.

  73. Faulkenberry, T. J. (2016). Testing a direct mapping versus competition account of response dynamics in number comparison. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 1-18.

  74. Stolier, R. M. & Freeman, J. B. (2016). Neural pattern similarity reveals the inherent intersection of social categories. Nature Neuroscience.

  75. Triberti, S., Repetto, C., Costantini, M., Riva, G., & Sinigaglia, C. (in press). Press to grasp: how action dynamics shape object categorization. Experimental Brain Research, 1-8.

  76. Carraro, L., Castelli, L. & Negri, P. (2016). The hand in motion of liberals and conservatives reveals the differential processing of positive and negative information. Acta Psychologica.

  77. Hermens, F., Bindemann, M., & Burton, A. M. (2016). Responding to social and symbolic extrafoveal cues: cue shape trumps biological relevance. Psychological research, 1-19.

  78. Freeman, J. B., Pauker, K., & Sanchez, D. T. (2016). A perceptual pathway to bias: Interracial exposure reduces abrupt shifts in real-time race perception that predict mixed-race biasPsychological Science.

  79. Faulkenberry, T. J., Cruise, A., Lavro, D., & Shaki, S. (2016). Response trajectories capture the continuous dynamics of the size-congruity effect.  Acta Psychologica, 163, 114-123.

  80. Barca, L., Benedetti, F., Pezzulo, G. (2015). The effects of phonological similarity on the semantic categorization of pictorial and lexical stimuli: evidence from continuous behavioral measures. Journal of Cognitive Psychology.

  81. Gillebaart, M., Schneider, I. K., De Ridder, D. T. D. (2015). Effects of Trait Self-Control on Response Conflict about Healthy and Unhealthy Food. Journal of Personality.

  82. Quétard, B., Quinton, J. C., Colomb, M., Pezzulo, G., Barca, L., Izaute, M., & Mermillod, M. (2015). Combined effects of expectations and visual uncertainty upon detection and identification of a target in the fog. Cognitive Processing, 1-6.

  83. Sulpizio, S., Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Paladino, M. P., Vespignani, F., Eyssel, F., & Bentler, D. (2015). The Sound of Voice: Voice-Based Categorization of Speakers’ Sexual Orientation within and across Languages. PLoS ONE, 10, e0128882.

  84. Schneider, I. K., Van Harreveld, F., Rotteveel, M., Topolinski, S., van der Pligt, J., Schwarz, N., & Koole, S. L. (2015). The path of ambivalence: Tracing the pull of opposing evaluations using mouse trajectories. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 996.

  85. Faulkenberry, T. J., Montgomery, S. A., & Tennes, S. N. (2015). Response trajectories reveal the temporal dynamics of fraction representations. Acta Psychologica ,159, 100-107.

  86. Incera, S. & McLennan, C. T. (2015). Mouse tracking reveals that bilinguals behave like experts. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

  87. Lepora, N. F. & Pezzulo, G. (2015). Embodied choice: How action influences perceptual decision making. PLoS Computational Biology.

  88. Calluso, C., Tosoni, A., Pezzulo, G., Spadone, S. & Committeri, G. (2015). Interindividual variability in functional connectivity as long-term correlate of temporal discounting. PLoS ONE.

  89. Barca, L. & Pezzulo, G. (2015). Tracking second thoughts: Continuous and discrete revision processes during visual lexical decision. PLoS ONE.

  90. Ambrosini, E., Pezzulo, G., & Costantini, M. (2015). The eye in hand: Predicting others' behavior by integrating multiple sources of information. Journal of Neurophysiology.

  91. Blazej L.J., Cohen-Goldberg A.M. (2014). Can We Hear Morphological Complexity Before Words Are Complex? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance.

  92. Abney, D. H., McBride, D. M., Conte, A. M., & Vinson, D. W. (2014). Response dynamics in prospective memoryPsychonomic Bulletin & Review.

  93. Leitner, J. B., Hehman, E., Deegan, M. P., Jones, J. M. (2014). Adaptive disengagement buffers self-esteem from negative social feedbackPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

  94. Hehman, E., Ingbretsen, Z. A., & Freeman, J. B. (2014). The neural basis of stereotypic impact on multiple social categorizationNeuroImage.

  95. Hehman, E., Carpinella, C. M., Johnson, K. L., Leitner, J. B., & Freeman, J. B. (2014). Early processing of gendered facial cues predicts the electoral success of female politiciansSocial Psychological and Personality Science.

  96. Rule, N. O., Tskhay, T., Freeman, J. B., & Ambady, N. (2014). On the interactive influence of facial appearance and explicit knowledge in social categorizationEuropean Journal of Social Psychology.

  97. Marghetis, T., Nunez, R., & Bergen, B. K. (2014). Doing arithmetic by hand: Hand movements during exact arithmetic reveal systematic, dynamic spatial processing. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.

  98. Chong, Y. W., Kee, Y. H, & Chaturvedi, I. (2014). Effects of brief mindfulness induction on weakening habits: Evidence from a computer mouse control task. Mindfulness.

  99. Faulkenberry, T. J. (2013). Hand movements reflect competitive processing in numerical cognitionCanadian Journal of Experimental Psychology.

  100. van der Wel, R. P. R. D., Sebanz, N. & Knoblich, G. (2013). Do people automatically track others' beliefs? Evidence from a continuous measure. Cognition, 130(1), 128-133.

  101. Quinton, J. C., Volpi, N. C., Barca, L., & Pezzulo, G. (2013). The Cat Is On the Mat. Or Is It a Dog? Dynamic Competition in Perceptual Decision MakingIEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics.

  102. Palmer, C.J., Paton, B., Barclay, L., Hohwy, J. (2013). Equality, Efficiency, and Sufficiency: Responding to Multiple Parameters of Distributive Justice During Charitable DistributionReview of Philosophy and Psychology.

  103. Freeman, J.B. (in press). Abrupt category shifts during real-time person perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. [Supplementary material]

  104. Freeman, J.B., Nakayama, K., & Ambady, N. (2013). Finger in flight reveals parallel categorization across multiple social dimensionsSocial Cognition.

  105. Freeman, J.B., Ma, Y., Han, S., & Ambady, N. (2013). Influences of culture and visual context on real-time social categorization. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. [Supplementary material]

  106. Tomlinson, J. M., Bailey, T. M., & Bott, L. (2013). Possibly all of that and then some: Scalar implicatures are understood in two stepsJournal of Memory & Language, 69(1), 18-35.

  107. Schneider, I. K. (2013). The dynamics of ambivalence: Cognitive, affective, and physical consequences of evaluative conflict.

  108. Tower-Richardi, S.M., Brunyé, T.T., Gagnon, S.A., Mahoney, C.R. & Taylor, H.A. (2012). Abstract spatial concept priming dynamically influences real-world actionsFrontiers in Psychology, 3, 361.

  109. Papesh, M.H. & Goldinger, S.D. (2012). Memory in motion: Movement dynamics reveal memory strengthPsychonomic Bulletin & Review 19 (5), 906-913.

  110. Martens, M.A., Hasinski, A.E., Andridge, R.R., & Cunningham, W.A. (2012). Continuous cognitive dynamics of the evaluation of trustworthiness in Williams syndromeFrontiers in Psychology, 3, 160.

  111. Morett, L.M. & MacWhinney, B. (in press). Syntactic transfer in English-speaking Spanish learners. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

  112. Barca L., Pezzulo G. (2012). Unfolding Visual Lexical Decision in Time. PLoS ONE 7, e35932.

  113. Wang, Q., Taylor, H.A., & Brunyé, T.T. (2012). When going the right way is hard to do: Distinct phases of action compatibility in spatial knowledge development. Acta Psychologica, 139, 449-457.

  114. Freeman, J.B., Penner, A.M., Saperstein, A., Scheutz, M., & Ambady, N. (2011). Looking the part: Social status cues shape race perceptionPLoS ONE, 6. [HTML]  [Video]

  115. Johnson, K.L., Freeman, J.B., & Pauker, K. (2012). Race is gendered: How covarying phenotypes and stereotypes bias sex categorization. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102 (1), 116-131.

  116. Yu, Z., Wang, F., Wang, D., & Bastin, M. (2012). Beyond reaction times: Incorporating mouse tracking measures into the Implicit Association Test to examine its underlying process. Social Cognition, 30(3), 289-306.

  117. Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2011). Hand movements reveal the time-course of shape and pigmentation processing in face categorization. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 705-712.

  118. Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2011). A dynamic interactive theory of person construalPsychological Review, 118, 247-279.

  119. Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2011). When two become one: Temporally dynamic integration of the face and voiceJournal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 259-263.   [Supplementary materials]

  120. Freeman, J.B., Pauker, K., Apfelbaum, E.P., & Ambady, N. (2010). Continuous dynamics in the real-time perception of race. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 179-185.

  121. Miles, L.K., Betka, E., Pendry, L.F., & Macrae, C.N. (2010). Mapping temporal constructs: Actions reveal that time is a placeQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 2113–2119.

  122. Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2009). Motions of the hand expose the partial and parallel activation of stereotypesPsychological Science, 20,1183-1188.

  123. Freeman, J.B., Ambady, N., Rule, N.O., & Johnson, K.L. (2008). Will a category cue attract you? Motor output reveals dynamic competition across person construalJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 673-690.