Filip Děchtěrenko
Filip Děchtěrenko
Institute of Psychology, Czech Academy of Sciences
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Flow, social interaction anxiety and salivary cortisol responses in serious games: A quasi-experimental study
C Brom, M Buchtova, V Šisler, F Děchtěrenko, R Palme, LM Glenk
Computers & Education 79, 69-100, 2014
Enjoyment or involvement? Affective-motivational mediation during learning from a complex computerized simulation
C Brom, F Děchtěrenko, N Frollova, T Starkova, E Bromova, SK D’Mello
Computers & Education 114, 236-254, 2017
Personalized messages in a brewery educational simulation: Is the personalization principle less robust than previously thought?
C Brom, E Bromová, F Děchtěrenko, M Buchtová, M Pergel
Computers & Education 72, 339-366, 2014
Visual properties and memorising scenes: Effects of image-space sparseness and uniformity
J Lukavský, F Děchtěrenko
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (7), 2044-2054, 2017
Rogue-like games as a playground for artificial intelligence–evolutionary approach
V Cerny, F Dechterenko
International Conference on Entertainment Computing, 261-271, 2015
The role of cultural background in the personalization principle: Five experiments with Czech learners
C Brom, T Hannemann, T Starkova, E Bromová, F Děchtěrenko
Computers & Education 112, 37-68, 2017
Anthropomorphic faces and funny graphics in an instructional animation may improve superficial rather than deep learning: a quasi-experimental study
C Brom, T Hannemann, T Stárková, E Bromová, F Děchtěrenko
Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on e-Learning, 89-97, 2016
Gamifying a simulation: Do a game goal, choice, points, and praise enhance learning?
C Brom, T Stárková, E Bromová, F Děchtěrenko
Journal of Educational Computing Research 57 (6), 1575-1613, 2019
Network inference and maximum entropy estimation on information diagrams
EA Martin, J Hlinka, A Meinke, F Děchtěrenko, J Tintěra, I Oliver, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-15, 2017
On realism of architectural procedural models
J Beneš, T Kelly, F Děchtěrenko, J Křivánek, P Müller
Computer Graphics Forum 36 (2), 225-234, 2017
Gaze position lagging behind scene content in multiple object tracking: Evidence from forward and backward presentations
J Lukavský, F Děchtěrenko
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (8), 2456-2468, 2016
Does motivation enhance knowledge acquisition in digital game-based and multimedia learning? A review of studies from one lab
C Brom, F Děchtěrenko, V Šisler, Z Hlávka, J Lukavský
Joint International Conference on Serious Games, 120-132, 2018
Robustness of metrics used for scanpath comparison
F Dechterenko, J Lukavsky
Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2018
Flipping the stimulus: Effects on scanpath coherence?
F Děchtěrenko, J Lukavský, K Holmqvist
Behavior research methods 49 (1), 382-393, 2017
Predicting eye movements in multiple object tracking using neural networks
F Dechterenko, J Lukavsky
Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2016
Mathematical self-efficacy as a determinant of successful learning of mental models from computerized materials
C Brom, F Děchtěrenko
ECGBL-9th European Conference on Games Based Learning. Academic Conferences …, 2015
Models of eye movements in multiple object tracking with many objects
F Dechterenko, J Lukavsky
2014 5th European Workshop on Visual Information Processing (EUVIP), 1-6, 2014
Personality reflection in the brain’s intrinsic functional architecture remains elusive
D Tomeček, R Androvičová, I Fajnerová, F Děchtěrenko, J Rydlo, ...
PloS one 15 (6), e0232570, 2020
ADHD Symptoms in Adults and Time Perspectives–Findings From a Czech National Sample
S Weissenberger, F Děchtěrenko, M Klicperova-Baker, M Vňuková, ...
Frontiers in psychology 11, 950, 2020
It's Better to Enjoy Learning than Playing: Motivational Effects of an Educational Live Action Role-Playing Game.
C Brom, V Dobrovolný, F Dechterenko, T Stárková, E Bromová
Frontline Learning Research 7 (3), 64-90, 2019
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