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,

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
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,

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.