Michael W. von Grünau

Affiliations: 
Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, Canada 
Area:
vision, attention
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Wolf Singer post-doc 1975-1978

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Afroditi Panagopoulos grad student Concordia
Angela Vavassis grad student 2005- Concordia
Rong Zhou grad student 2007- Concordia
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Cavallet M, Galer CA, von Grünau MW, et al. (2011) Distribution of visual attention within a cued area: Evidence based on temporal order judgments Psicologia: Reflexao E Critica. 24: 195-206
Vavassis A, Von Grünau MW. (2007) Complex backgrounds delay low-load visual search. Spatial Vision. 20: 467-88
von Grünau MW, Pilgrim K, Zhou R. (2007) Velocity discrimination thresholds for flowfield motions with moving observers. Vision Research. 47: 2453-64
Galera C, Cavallet M, von Grünau M, et al. (2006) Attentive characteristics revealed by local and global multiple cues | Características atentivas reveladas por dicas múltiplas locais e globais Psicologia: Teoria E Pesquisa. 22: 327-334
Lacroix GL, Constantinescu I, Cousineau D, et al. (2005) Attentional blink differences between adolescent dyslexic and normal readers. Brain and Cognition. 57: 115-9
Galera C, Von Grünau M, Panagopoulos A. (2005) Automatic focusing of attention on object size and shape Psicologica. 26: 147-160
Panagopoulos A, Von Grünau MW, Galera C. (2004) Attentive mechanisms in visual search. Spatial Vision. 17: 353-71
Del Vecchio AS, Von Grünau MW. (2003) Comparison of two methods for equating the salience of first- and second-order motion Journal of Vision. 3: 867a
Galera C, von Grünau MW. (2003) Size and shape of the attentional spotlight affect efficiency of processing Journal of Vision. 3: 575a
Wada NS, von Grünau MW, Lacroix GL, et al. (2003) The effect of dot lifetime, dot size, & percent area covered by dots on motion coherence thresholds: Implications for diagnosing reading difficulties Journal of Vision. 3: 281a
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