Academic publications


A. Visual Research

Vos, P.G. & van Assen, M.A. (1999). Evidence for curvilinear interpolation from dot alignment judgements. Vision Research, 39, 4378-4393.

Bocheva, N., Yakimoff, N., & Vos, P.G. (1998). Perceptual grouping of strip dot patterns. Acta Physiologica & Pharmacologia Bulgarica, 23, 5-14.

Vos, P.G., Bocheva, N., Yakimoff, N. & Helsper, E.L. (1993. Perceived location of two-dimensional patterns. Vision Research, 33, 2157-21269.

Yakimoff, N., Vos, P.G., Bocheva, N., & Helsper, E.L. (1992). Perceived tilt and direction of two-dimensional patterns. Zoologische Jahrbuecher fuer Physiologie, 95, 403-407.

Vos, P.G. & Helsper, E.L. (1991). Modelling the detection of linear structure in dot patterns. In I. Dvorak & A.V. Holden (Eds.), Mathematical approaches to brain functioning diagnostics.
Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Allik, J., Tuulmets, T., & Vos P.G. (1991). Size invariance in visual number discrimination. Psychological Research, 53, 290-295

Vos, P.G., van Oeffelen, M.P., Tibosch, H., & Allik, J. (1988). Area-numerosity interactions. Psychological Research, 50, 148-154.

Vos, P.G., Smits, J.T., & van Oeffelen, M.P. (1984). Towards a formal model of Good Continuation ruled pattern perception. In M. Rauk (Ed.), Computational models of hearing and vision.
Tallinn: Academy of Sciences of the ESSR.

Vos, P.G. & Smits, J.T. (1987). The perception of continuous curves in dot lines. Perception, 16, 121-131.

Smits, J.T. & Vos, P.G. (1986). A model for the perception of curves in dot figures: The role of local salience of virtual lines. Biologicval Cybernetics, 54, 407-416.

Smits, J.T., Vos, P.G. & van Oeffelen, M.P. (1985). The perception of a dotted line in noise: A model of Good Continuation and some experimental results. Spatial Vision, 1, 163-177.

van Oeffelen, M.P. & Vos, P.G. (1984b). Enumeration of dots: An eye movement analysis. Memory and Cognition, 12, 607-612.

van Oeffelen, M.P. & Vos, P.G.(1984a). The young child's processing of visual number: A chronometric and eye movement analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 7, 53-66.

van Oeffelen, M.P. & Vos, P.G. (1983). An algorithm for pattern description on the level of relative proximity. Pattern Recognition, 16, 341-348.

Vos, P.G. & van Oeffelen, M.P. (1982c). Waarnemen en kwantificeren van hoeveelheden: Chronometrische analyse. In J. Lodewijks & P. Simons (Eds.), Strategieen in lerren en ontwikkeling.
Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.

van Oeffelen, M.P. & Vos, P.G. (1982b). Configurational effects on the enumeration of dots: Counting by groups. Memory and Cognition, 10, 396-404.

van Oeffelen, M.P. & Vos, P.G. (1982a). A probabilistic model for the discrimination of visual number. Perception and Psychophysics, 32, 163-170.


B. Music and Music-psychological Research (footnote 1)

Vos, P.G. & Pasveer, D. (2002). Goodness ratings of melodic openings and closures. Perception and Psychophysics, 64, 631-639.

Vos, P.G. & Dautzenberg, J. (2001a). Rhythm reproduction under rhythmic distraction. Poster and demo presented at the TeaP 2001, April 9-11, Regensburg, Germany.

Vos, P.G. & Verkaart, P.M. (2001b). Inference of mode in melodies. Music Perception, 17, 403-416.

Vos, P.G. (2000a). What's music psychology about? (in dutch). Psychologie en Maatschappij, 24, 150-164.

Vos, P.G. & Leman, M. (2000b). Guest editorial: Tonality Induction. Music Perception, 17, 401-402. (footnote 1)

Vos, P.G. (2000c). Tonality induction: Theoretical problems and dilemmas. Music Perception, 17, 403-416.

Auhagen, W. & Vos, P.G. (2000d). Experimental methods in tonality induction research: Problems and dilemmas. Music Perception, 17, 417-436.

Vos, P.G. (2000e). Klinkend onderzoek (Sonorious research). Psychologie en Maatschappij, 24, 150-164.

Vos, P.G. (1999). Key implications of ascending fourth and descending fifth openings. Psychology of Music, 27, 4-18.

Vos, P.G. & Verkaart, P.P. (1999). Mode inference in unaccompanied melodies. Music Perception. 17, 223-239.

Vos, P.G. & van Geenen, E.W. (1998). A parallel-processing key-finding model. Music Perception, 6, 383-396.

Vos, P.G., van Dijk, A.J., & Schomaker, L. (1994. Melodic cues for metre. Perception, 23, 965-976.

Vos, P.G. & Troost, J. (12989). Ascending and descending melodic intervals: Statiscial findings and their perceptual relevance. Music Perception, 6, 383-396.

Vos, P.G. & van Galen, G.P. (1988). Musiceren (Performing music). In P.J. Keuss, G. ten Hoopen, & Mannaerts, A.A. (Eds.), Menselijke motoriek. Lisse: Swets.


Footnote 1. The publications 2000b-d were based on papers presented at an Expert Meeting on Tonality Induction, organized by P.G. Vos & M. Leman in Millingen a/d Rijn (Holland) - Gent (Belgium), April 6-9, 1999.


C. Rhythm research

Jongsma, M.L.A, Meeuwissen, E, Vos, P.G., & Maes, R. (2007). When the tempo changes: different brain mechanisms for detecting speeding up or slowing down. Biological Psychology, 75 (3), 219-228.

Semjen, A. & Vos, P.G. (2002) The impact of metrical structure on performance stability in bimanual 1:3 tapping. Psychological Research, 66, 50-59.

Vos, P.G., van Assen, M.A., & Franek, M. (1997). Perceived tempo change is dependent on base rate and direction of change: Evidence for a generalized version of Schulze's (1978) internal beat model.
Psychological Research, 59, 240-247.

Vos, P.G., Mates, J., & van Kruysbergen, N. (1995). The perceptual centre ofa stimulus as the cue for synchronization to a metronome: Evidence from asynchronies. Quarterly Journal of Experimental
Psychology, 48A,
102401040.

Vos, P,G., Helsper, E.L., & van Kruysbergen, N. (1994). Tracking simple rhythms. In C. Auxiette, C. Drake, & C. Gerard(Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th Rhythm Perception and Production
Workshop.
Bourges, France.

Vos, P.G. & Helsper, E.L. (1992). Tracking simple rhythms: On-beat vs offbeat performance. In F. Macar et al. (Eds.), Time, action and cognition. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Vos, P.G. & Ellermann, H.H. (1989). Precision and accuracy in the reproduction of simple tone sequences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 15, 179-189.

Vos, P.G. & Handel, S. (1987). Playing triplets: Facts and preferences. In A. Gabrielsson (Ed.), Action and Perception in Rhythm and Music. Stockholm: Royal Academy of Music.

Vos, P.G. & van Noorden, L.P. (1980). Ritmische en melodische samenhang in de waarneming van toonreeksen (Rhytmic and melodic coherence in theperception of tone sequences). Mens en Melodie, 5,
229-234.

Vos, P.G. (1977). Temporal duration factors in tghe perception of auditory rhythmic patterns. Scientific Aesthetics, 1, 183-199.

Vos, P.G. (1974). Patroonwaarneming in toonreeksen met metrisch geordende temporele struktuur (Pattern perception in tone sequences provided with a metrically ordered structure). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Pychologie, 28, 565-580.

Vos, P.G. (1973). Waarneming van metrische toonreeksen (Perception of metrical tone sequences). PhD Thesis, Nijmegen: Studentenpers.


D. Miscellania (selection)

D1: Develepmental publications

Vos, P.G. (1988). Bourdon-Vos Concentration Test. (1988, and since then repeatedly re-edited).

Vos, P.G., Koster, N., & Kingma, J. (1984). Rekenen: Balans van standpunten in theorievorming en empirisch onderzoek (Arithemtics: State of the Art in Theory and Empitic Research). Lisse:
Swets & Zeitlinger.