Dieter Vanderelst
Dieter Vanderelst
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Syntactic priming persists while the lexical boost decays: Evidence from written and spoken dialogue
RJ Hartsuiker, S Bernolet, S Schoonbaert, S Speybroeck, D Vanderelst
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (2), 214-238, 2008
The frequency effect in second-language visual word recognition
W Duyck, D Vanderelst, T Desmet, RJ Hartsuiker
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (4), 850-855, 2008
What noseleaves do for FM bats depends on their degree of sensorial specialization
D Vanderelst, F De Mey, H Peremans, I Geipel, E Kalko, U Firzlaff
PloS one 5 (8), e11893, 2010
An architecture for ethical robots inspired by the simulation theory of cognition
D Vanderelst, A Winfield
Cognitive Systems Research 48, 56-66, 2018
Biomimetic sonar: Binaural 3D localization using artificial bat pinnae
F Schillebeeckx, F De Mey, D Vanderelst, H Peremans
The International Journal of Robotics Research 30 (8), 975-987, 2011
Morphology-induced information transfer in bat sonar
J Reijniers, D Vanderelst, H Peremans
Physical review letters 105 (14), 148701, 2010
Is there room for the BBC in the mental lexicon? On the recognition of acronyms
M Brysbaert, S Speybroeck, D Vanderelst
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (9), 1832-1842, 2009
Echo-acoustic flow dynamically modifies the cortical map of target range in bats
SK Bartenstein, N Gerstenberg, D Vanderelst, H Peremans, U Firzlaff
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-11, 2014
The dark side of ethical robots
D Vanderelst, A Winfield
Proceedings of the 2018 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, 317-322, 2018
Quantifying the lack of scientific interest in neglected tropical diseases
D Vanderelst, N Speybroeck
PLoS Negl Trop Dis 4 (1), e576, 2010
Sensorimotor model of obstacle avoidance in echolocating bats
D Vanderelst, MW Holderied, H Peremans
PLoS Comput Biol 11 (10), e1004484, 2015
Place recognition using batlike sonar
D Vanderelst, J Steckel, A Boen, H Peremans, MW Holderied
Elife 5, e14188, 2016
From spreading of behavior to dyadic interaction—a robot learns what to imitate
EI Barakova, D Vanderelst
International Journal of Intelligent Systems 26 (3), 228-245, 2011
An ideal-observer model of human sound localization
J Reijniers, D Vanderelst, C Jin, S Carlile, H Peremans
Biological cybernetics 108 (2), 169-181, 2014
The furrows of Rhinolophidae revisited
D Vanderelst, R Jonas, P Herbert
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (70), 1100-1103, 2012
Scientometrics reveals funding priorities in medical research policy
D Vanderelst, N Speybroeck
Journal of Informetrics 7 (1), 240-247, 2013
The avian head induces cues for sound localization in elevation
HA Schnyder, D Vanderelst, S Bartenstein, U Firzlaff, H Luksch
PloS one 9 (11), e112178, 2014
The noseleaf of Rhinolophus formosae focuses the Frequency Modulated (FM) component of the calls
D Vanderelst, YF Lee, I Geipel, E Kalko, H Peremans
Frontiers in physiology 4, 191, 2013
Information generated by the moving pinnae of Rhinolophus rouxi: tuning of the morphology at different harmonics
D Vanderelst, J Reijniers, J Steckel, H Peremans
PloS one 6 (6), e20627, 2011
Simulated trust: a cheap social learning strategy
D Vanderelst, RMC Ahn, EI Barakova
Theoretical population biology 76 (3), 189-196, 2009
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