Bio

My name is Rein Cozijn and I am assistant-professor at the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences and researcher at the Tilburg Center for Cognition and Communication. I study the cognitive processing of language, hypertext, text and graphics, infographics, and movies, preferably with eye-tracking methods.  Apart from being researcher and teacher, I am the manager of the departmental research labs and chairman of the Board of Examiners of the school.

Expertise

My expertise lies in experimental research methods, notably eye tracking. I support and advise colleagues and supervise Phds and thesis students in their research. I have written software for the analysis of eye-movement data, called Fixation (Windows only).

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Recent publications

  1. A influência da prosódia da fala na resolução de ambiguidade sintátic…

    Almeida, R. A. S. D., Oliveira Junior, M., & Cozijn, R. (2021). A influência da prosódia da fala na resolução de ambiguidade sintática: um estudo de processamento de sentença. Cadernos de Estudos Linguísticos, 63, e021004.
  2. Paradigma do Mundo Visual - Método de Rastreamento Ocular

    Almeida, R. A. S. D., Oliveira, M., & Cozijn, R. (2021). Paradigma do Mundo Visual: Método de Rastreamento Ocular. In J. da Costa, & M. Oliveira (Eds.), Estudos em Fonética e Fonologia (pp. 111-134). Blucher Open Access.
  3. The missing-VP effect in readers of English as a second language

    Frank, S. L., Ernst, P., Thompson, R., & Cozijn, R. (2019). The missing-VP effect in readers of English as a second language. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  4. Prosody in the interpretation of ambiguity

    Santana de Almeida, R. A., Oliveira, M., & Cozijn, R. (2019). Prosody in the interpretation of ambiguity. Journal of Speech Sciences, 8(1), 3-13. http://revistas.iel.unicamp.br/ojs_joss/index.php/journalofspeechsciences/article/view/171/156
  5. Belief in reasoning

    Sarbo, J., & Cozijn, R. (2019). Belief in reasoning. Cognitive Systems Research, 55, 245-256.

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