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Articles describing, validating, or reviewing MouseTracker
Hehman, E., Stolier, R.M., & Freeman, J.B. (in press). Advanced mouse-tracking analytic techniques for enhancing psychological science. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations [special issue on Statistical and Methodological Advances].
Freeman, J.B. & Dale, R. (in press). Assessing bimodality to detect the presence of a dual cognitive process. Behavior Research Methods.
Freeman, J.B., Dale, R., & Farmer, T.A. (2011). Hand in motion reveals mind in motion. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, 59.
Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2010). MouseTracker: Software for studying real-time mental processing using a computer mouse-tracking method.Behavior Research Methods, 42, 226-241.
Research articles that have used MouseTracker
Leitner, J. B., Hehman, E., Deegan, M. P., Jones, J. M. (in press). Adaptive disengagement buffers self-esteem from negative social feedback. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Hehman, E., Ingbretsen, Z. A., & Freeman, J. B. (in press). The neural basis of stereotypic impact on multiple social categorization. NeuroImage.
Hehman, E., Carpinella, C. M., Johnson, K. L., Leitner, J. B., & Freeman, J. B. (in press). Early processing of gendered facial cues predicts the electoral success of female politicians. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Rule, N. O., Tskhay, T., Freeman, J. B., & Ambady, N. (in press). On the interactive influence of facial appearance and explicit knowledge in social categorization. European Journal of Social Psychology.
Marghetis, T., Nunez, R., & Bergen, B. K. (in press). Doing arithmetic by hand: Hand movements during exact arithmetic reveal systematic, dynamic spatial processing. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
Chong, Y. W., Kee, Y. H, & Chaturvedi, I. (in press). Effects of brief mindfulness induction on weakening habits: Evidence from a computer mouse control task. Mindfulness.
Faulkenberry, T. J. (in press). Hand movements reflect competitive processing in numerical cognition. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology.
van der Wel, R. P. R. D, Sebanz, N., Knoblich, G. (in press). Do people automatically track others' beliefs? Evidence from a continuous measure.Cognition.
Quinton, J. C., Volpi, N. C., Barca, L., & Pezzulo, G. (in press). The Cat Is On the Mat. Or Is It a Dog? Dynamic Competition in Perceptual Decision Making. IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics.
Palmer, C.J., Paton, B., Barclay, L., Hohwy, J. (in press). Equality, Efficiency, and Sufficiency: Responding to Multiple Parameters of Distributive Justice During Charitable Distribution. Review of Philosophy and Psychology.
Freeman, J.B. (in press). Abrupt category shifts during real-time person perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. [Supplementary material]
Freeman, J.B., Nakayama, K., & Ambady, N. (in press). Finger in flight reveals parallel categorization across multiple social dimensions. Social Cognition.
Freeman, J.B., Ma, Y., Han, S., & Ambady, N. (in press). Influences of culture and visual context on real-time social categorization. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. [Supplementary material]
Tomlinson, J. M., Bailey, T. M., & Bott, L. (2013). Possibly all of that and then some: Scalar implicatures are understood in two steps. Journal of Memory & Language.
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 actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 361.
Papesh, M.H. & Goldinger, S.D. (2012). Memory in motion: Movement dynamics reveal memory strength. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. doi:10.3758/s13423-012-0281-3
Martens, M.A., Hasinski, A.E., Andridge, R.R., & Cunningham, W.A. (2012). Continuous cognitive dynamics of the evaluation of trustworthiness in Williams syndrome. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 160.
Morett, L.M. & MacWhinney, B. (in press). Syntactic transfer in English-speaking Spanish learners. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
Barca L., Pezzulo G. (2012). Unfolding Visual Lexical Decision in Time. PLoS ONE 7, e35932.
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.
Freeman, J.B., Penner, A.M., Saperstein, A., Scheutz, M., & Ambady, N. (2011). Looking the part: Social status cues shape race perception. PLoS ONE, 6, e25107. [HTML] [Video]
Johnson, K.L., Freeman, J.B., & Pauker, K. (in press). Race is gendered: How covarying phenotypes and stereotypes bias sex categorization.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Yu, Z., Wang, F., Wang, D., & Bastin, M. (in press). Beyond reaction times: Incorporating mouse tracking measures into the Implicit Association Test to examine its underlying process. Social Cognition.
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.
Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2011). A dynamic interactive theory of person construal. Psychological Review, 118, 247-279.
Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2011). When two become one: Temporally dynamic integration of the face and voice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 259-263. [Supplementary materials]
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.
Miles, L.K., Betka, E., Pendry, L.F., & Macrae, C.N. (2010). Mapping temporal constructs: Actions reveal that time is a place. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 2113–2119.
Freeman, J.B. & Ambady, N. (2009). Motions of the hand expose the partial and parallel activation of stereotypes. Psychological Science, 20,1183-1188.
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 construal. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 673-690.