Tom F. Reuscher joined the Chair of Human Resource Management as a research assistant in December 2021. He is a member of the KD²School – a DFG funded graduate school associated with the KD²Lab. His Ph.D. project is on collaboration in virtual teams. Previously, he obtained his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in psychology at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf.
His main research interests include the role of visual attention in computer-mediated social interaction and thus, eye-tracking methodology.
Publications & Work in Progress
- Nieken, P., & Reuscher, T. F.: Looking for the Free Rider: The Role of Reciprocal Attention in Teams. [Working Paper]
- Nieken, P., & Reuscher, T. F. (2023). Social Gaze in Team Cooperation: A Multiparty Eye Tracking Study. Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2023.
- Reuscher, T. F., Toreini, P., & Maedche, A. (2023). The State of the Art of Diagnostic Multiparty Eye Tracking in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Collaboration. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 16(2).
- Seitz, J., Reuscher, T. F., Jacob, S., & Maedche, A. (2022). Towards an Awkward Silence-Adaptive Virtual Meeting System. 3rd Neuroadaptive Technology Conference.
- Hanussek, B., Reuscher, T. F., & Tucek, T. (2021). Tweaking Moral Complexity in Videogames? Optimising Player Experiences on Basis of Moral Competence. 14th International Conference on Game and Entertainment Technologies.