Marlou  Kooiker

contact

  • m.kooiker@erasmusmc.nl
  • +31 010 70 37432
  • Room: Ee-1453b
  • Dr. Molewaterplein 40, Faculty Building, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Marlou Kooiker (M.J.G.)

Research Interests

  1. Visual information processing in pediatric risk groups
  2. Eye movement correlates of visuospatial behavior
  3. Neuropsychological profiles & brain imaging markers
  4. Development of childhood attention and perception

Education

2016

PhD Neuroscience

in Erasmus MC

2011

research MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology

in VU University Amsterdam

2009

MSc Brain & Behavior

in University of Groningen

Positions

2016

Postdoctoral fellow Neuroscience

in Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2012

PhD candidate Neuroscience

in Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2010

Research assistant Cognitive Psychology

in VU University Amsterdam

Publications

1. Early intervention for children at risk of visual processing dysfunctions from 1 year of age: a randomized controlled trial protocol.

2. Early visuospatial attention and processing and related neurodevelopmental outcome at 2 years in children born very preterm.

Beunders VAA, Vermeulen MJ, Roelants JA, Rietema N, Swarte RMC, Reiss IKM, Pel JJM, Joosten KFM, Kooiker MJG
in Pediatric research 2020

3. Perinatal risk factors for visuospatial attention and processing dysfunctions

Kooiker MJ, Swarte RM, Smit LS Reiss IK
in Early Human Development 2019

4. Gestalt Perception in Children With Visual Impairments: Item-Specific Performance and Looking Behavior

van der Zee YJ, Kooiker MJ, Talamante Ojeda M, Pel JJ
in DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 2019

5. Combining visual sensory functions and visuospatial orienting functions in children with visual pathology: A longitudinal study.

6. Combining visual sensory functions and visuospatial orienting functions in children with visual pathology: A longitudinal study.

in Brain & development 2018

7. A Method to Quantify Visual Information Processing in Children Using Eye Tracking.

in Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE 2016

8. Quantification of visual function assessment using remote eye tracking in children: validity and applicability.

9. Development of salience-driven and visually-guided eye movement responses

Kooiker MJ., van der Steen J, Pel JJ
in Journal of vision 2016

10. Orienting responses to various visual stimuli in children with visual processing impairments or infantile nystagmus syndrome

Pel, J. J., Kooiker, M. J., van der Does, J. M., Boot, F. H., de Faber, J. T., van der Steen-Kant, S. P. and van der Steen, J.
in J Child Neurol 2014
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