Quinn Cabooter

Junior researcher at the research group for Media, Innovation and Communication Technologies, Department of Communication Sciences, Ghent University.

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Quinn Cabooter is currently a junior researcher at the research group for Media, Innovation, and Communication Technologies at Ghent University. He graduated as Master in Theoretical and Experimental Psychology in 2022 and additionally holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology. In his Master’s thesis he worked with Prof. dr. Böhler and Roos Doekemeijer, where they conducted research on the predictive value of pupil size on response inhibition performance. During his research internship at the University of Amsterdam, together with Dr. Ine Van der Cruyssen, Lukas Gunshera and Prof. dr. Bruno Verscheure, he investigated the efficacy of webcam-based eye-tracking compared to in-lab eye-tracking. Additionally, he contributed to an international multi-lab replication study of the Induced-Compliance Paradigm of Cognitive Dissonance.


After graduating, Quinn has extended his partnership with Prof. dr. Böhler for one year to work as a researcher. There, he expanded upon his Master’s thesis and reworked this for publication together with contributing to research investigating trigger-failures in response inhibition.


As of July 2024, Quinn is working as a doctoral researcher at imec-mict-Ugent. Under supervision of Prof. dr. Lieven De Marez and Prof. dr. Klaas Bombeke. His research primarily focusses on the neural markers of mid-air haptic feedback.