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Ilja Frissen

Academic Title(s): 

Assistant Professor

Contact Information
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  • PhD Experimental Psychology; Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
  • MA Cognitive Psychology; Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Research Areas: 
Auditory perception & cognition
Human-computer interaction
Multimodal cognition
Multisensory perception
Spatial information interaction
Current Research: 
  • Postdoctoral researcher, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cybernétique de Nantes (IRCCyN), Nantes France
  • Postdoctoral researcher, McGill University, School of Information Studies
  • Postdoctoral researcher, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Multisensory Perception and Action Group, Tübingen, Germany
  • European Commission, FP6 (Contract Number 511092). CyberWalk: Enabling Omni-directional Walking in Virtual Worlds
Selected Publications: 

Frissen, I., & Guastavino, C. (2014). Do whole body vibrations affect spatial hearing? Ergonomics, 57, 1090-1101.

Frissen, I., Féron, F.X., & Guastavino, C. (2014). Auditory velocity discrimination in the horizontal plane at very high velocities. Hearing Research, 316, 94-101.

Frissen, I., & Mars, F. (2014). The effect of visual degradation on anticipatory and compensatory steering control. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 499-507.

Frissen, I., Campos, J.L., Sreenivasa, M., & Ernst, M.O. (2013). Enabling unconstrained omnidirectional walking through virtual environments: an overview of the CyberWalk project. In, F. Steinicke, Y. Visell, J. Campos, & A. Lécuyer (Eds.), Human Walking in Virtual Environments: Perception, Technology, and Applications. Springer Verlag.

Frissen, I., & Guastavino, C. (2012). The effect of whole body vibration on sound localization. Acoustics, April 23-27, Nantes, France, 7 pp.

Frissen, I., Ziat, M., Campion, G., Hayward, V., & Guastavino, C. (2012). The effects of voluntary movements on auditory-haptic and haptic-haptic temporal order judgements. Acta Psychologica, 141, 140-148.

Frissen, I., Vroomen, J., & de Gelder, B. (2012). The aftereffects of ventriloquism: The time course of the visual recalibration of auditory localization. Seeing & Perceiving, 25, 1-14.

Frissen, I., Campos, J.L., Souman, J.L., & Ernst, M.O. (2011). Integration of vestibular andproprioceptive signals for spatial updating. Experimental Brain Research, 212, 163-176.

Bouchara, T., Giordano, B.L., Frissen, I., Katz, B.F.G., & Guastavino, C. (2010). Effect of signal-to-noise ratio and visual context on environmental sound identification. 128th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, London, UK, May 22-25, 11p.

Feron, F.X., Frissen, I., Boissinot, J., & Guastavino, C. (2010). Upper limits of auditory rotational motion perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128, 3703-3714.

Frissen, I., Katz, B.F.G., & Guastavino, C. (2010). Effect of sound source stimuli on the perception of reverberation in large volumes. In, S. Ystad, M. Aramaki, R. Kronland-Martinet, & K. Jensen (Eds.), Auditory Display, LNCS (pp. 358-376). Springer Verlag.

Souman, J.L., Frissen, I., Sreenivasa, M.N., & Ernst, M.O. (2009). Walking straight into circles. Current Biology, 19, 1538-1542.

Frissen, I., Vroomen, J., de Gelder, B., & Bertelson, P. (2005). The aftereffects of ventriloquism: Generalization across sound-frequencies. Acta Psychologica, 118, 93-100.

Frissen, I., Vroomen, J., de Gelder, B., & Bertelson, P. (2003). The aftereffects of ventriloquism: Are they sound-frequency specific? Acta Psychologica, 113, 315-327.

de Gelder, B., Frissen, I., Barton, J., & Hadjikhani, N. (2003). A modulatory role for facial expressions in prosopagnosia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 100, 13105-13110.