Stefan Pollmann

Affiliations: 
University of Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany 
Area:
Imaging, Attention, Learning
Website:
http://apsy.gse.uni-magdeburg.de/pollmann
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Wang L, Marek N, Steffen J, et al. (2021) Perceptual Learning of Object Recognition in Simulated Retinal Implant Perception - The Effect of Video Training. Translational Vision Science & Technology. 10: 22
Pollmann S, Rosenblum L, Linnhoff S, et al. (2020) Preserved Contextual Cueing in Realistic Scenes in Patients with Age-Related Macular Degeneration. Brain Sciences. 10
Pollmann S, Geringswald F, Wei P, et al. (2020) Intact Contextual Cueing for Search in Realistic Scenes with Simulated Central or Peripheral Vision Loss. Translational Vision Science & Technology. 9: 15
Wang L, Baumgartner F, Kaule FR, et al. (2019) Individual face- and house-related eye movement patterns distinctively activate FFA and PPA. Nature Communications. 10: 5532
Zheng L, Pollmann S. (2019) The contribution of spatial position and rotated global configuration to contextual cueing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Ort E, Fahrenfort JJ, Reeder R, et al. (2019) Frontal cortex differentiates between free and imposed target selection in multiple-target search. Neuroimage. 116133
Wang L, Sharifian F, Napp J, et al. (2019) Persistent and flexible perceptual training effect in simulated retinal implant vision Journal of Vision. 19: 27a
Wang L, Sharifian F, Napp J, et al. (2018) Cross-task perceptual learning of object recognition in simulated retinal implant perception. Journal of Vision. 18: 22
Liesefeld HR, Liesefeld AM, Pollmann S, et al. (2018) Biasing Allocations of Attention via Selective Weighting of Saliency Signals: Behavioral and Neuroimaging Evidence for the Dimension-Weighting Account. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences
Schott BH, Wüstenberg T, Lücke E, et al. (2018) Gradual acquisition of visuospatial associative memory representations via the dorsal precuneus. Human Brain Mapping
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