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Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer  

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Fachbereich Physik, AG Neurophysik,

Karl von Frisch Straße 8a, 35032 Marburg

Phone: +49 6421 – 2824160/2824164, Fax: +49 6421 – 2824168

Email: wet@physik.uni-marburg.de

http://www.neurophysics.de

 

Research focus

Processing of real-world stimuli, attention deployment and gaze allocation in the real world, ambiguity, perceptual and binocular rivalry, action-perception coupling, decision-making, oculomotor and pupillometric disease markers, natural stimulus statistics and their links to human visual processing


Techniques

-    Psychophysics

-    Gaze tracking; in particular, mobile gaze tracking during real-world operation

-    Pupillometry

-    Modelling

-    Computational Vision and Pattern Recognition


Publications (10 selected Publications since 2007)


1. 't Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2012) Mind the step: complementary effects of an implicit task on eye and head movements in real-life gaze allocation. Exp Brain Res. [Epub ahead of print]

2. Naber M, Hilger M, Einhäuser W (2012) Animal detection and identification in natural scenes: image statistics and emotional valence. J Vis. 26;12(1).pii:25.

3. Preuschoff K, 't Hart BM, Einhäuser W (2011) Pupil Dilation Signals Surprise: Evidence for Noradrenaline's Role in Decision Making. Front Neurosci. 5:115.

4. Naber M, Frässle S, Einhäuser W (2011) Perceptual rivalry: reflexes reveal the gradual nature of visual awareness. PLoS One. 6(6):e20910.

5. 't Hart BM, Abresch TG, Einhäuser W (2011) Faces in places: humans and machines make similar face detection errors. PLoS One. 6(10):e25373.

6. Einhäuser W, König P (2010) Getting real - sensory processing of natural stimuli. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 20(3):389-395.

7. 't Hart BM, Vockeroth J, Schumann F, Bartl K, Schneider E, König P, Einhäuser W (2009) Gaze allocation in natural stimuli: comparing free exploration to head-fixed viewing conditions. Visual Cognition. 17(6):1132-1158.

8. Einhäuser W, Spain M, Perona P (2008) Objects predict fixations better than early saliency. J Vis. 8(14):18.1-26.

9. Einhäuser W, Rutishauser U, Koch C (2008) Task-demands can immediately reverse the effects of sensory-driven saliency in complex visual stimuli. J Vis. 8(2):2.1-19.

10. Einhäuser W, Stout J, Koch C, Carter O (2008) Pupil dilation reflects perceptual selection and predicts subsequent stability in perceptual rivalry. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 105(5):1704-1709.

 


 

 

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 03.05.2013 · Busses

 
 
 
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