The research of Dr. Stephan Verschoor focuses on cognitive, developmental and computational, mechanisms of human action control and how they relate to the (emerging) phenomenal self. Beside his research, he is coordinator for the DFG priority program on “The Active Self”.
Dr. Stephan Verschoor studied psychology at Leiden University, from which he received his MA degree (Diploma) and PhD . Then he moved to the LMU in Munich (working with Prof. Markus Paulus and Prof. Beate Sodian) and Uni Bremen (working with Prof. Marco Schmidt) for post-doctoral positions.
Research by Dr. Stephan Verschoor
His research focuses on cognitive, developmental and computational mechanisms of human attention and action control, and how they relate to the (emerging) phenomenal self. He uses mainly eye-tracking and virtual reality as his research methods.
- Müller M., Tronick E., Zietlow A.L., Nonnenmacher N., Verschoor S.A. & Traube B. (2016), Effects of Maternal Anxiety Disorders on Infant Self-Comforting Behaviors: The Role of Maternal Bonding, Infant Gender and Age, Psychopathology 49: 295-304.
- Verschoor S.A., Paulus M., Spapé M., Biro S. & Hommel B. (2015), The developing cognitive substrate of sequential action control in 9- to 12 month-olds: Evidence for concurrent activation models., Cognition 138: 64-78.
- Verschoor S.A. (25 June 2014), Learning about goals : development of action perception and action control (PhD thesis. Psychology, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Leiden University). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Hommel, B., Biro, S.
- Biro S., Verschoor S., Coalter E. & Leslie A. (2014), Outcome producing potential influences twelve-month-olds’ interpretation of a novel action as goal-directed, Infant Behavior and Development 37(4): 729-738.
- Verschoor S.A., Spapé M., Biro S. & Hommel B. (2013), From outcome prediction to action selection: Developmental change in the role of action-effect bindings, Developmental Science 16(6): 801-814.
- Verschoor S.A., Eenshuistra R., Kray J., Biro S. & Hommel B. (2012), Explicit learning of arbitary and non-arbitary action-effect relations in adults and 4-year-olds., Frontiers in Psychology 2: e354.
- Verschoor S.A. & Biro S. (2012), Primacy of information about means selection over outcome selection in goal attribution by infants, Cognitive Science 36(4): 714-725.
- Biro S., Verschoor S.A. & Coenen L. (2011), Evidence for a unitary goal-concept in 12 months old infants., Developmental Science 14(6): 1255-1260.
- Verschoor S.A., Weidema M.A., Biro S. & Hommel B. (2010), Where do action goals come from? Evidence for spontaneous action -effect binding in infants, Frontiers in Psychology 1: e201.
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