Sebastian Pannasch

Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Sachsen, Germany 
Visual attention, eye movements, active vision
"Sebastian Pannasch"
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Schubert RS, Jung ML, Helmert JR, et al. (2019) Size matters: How reaching and vergence movements are influenced by the familiar size of stereoscopically presented objects. Plos One. 14: e0225311
Weber S, Schubert RS, Vogt S, et al. (2017) Gaze3DFix: Detecting 3D fixations with an ellipsoidal bounding volume. Behavior Research Methods
Ramkumar P, Hansen BC, Pannasch S, et al. (2016) Visual information representation and rapid scene categorization are simultaneous across cortex: An MEG study. Neuroimage
Ramkumar P, Hansen B, Pannasch S, et al. (2015) A rapid whole-brain neural portrait of scene category inference. Journal of Vision. 15: 351
Marschner L, Pannasch S, Schulz J, et al. (2015) Social communication with virtual agents: The effects of body and gaze direction on attention and emotional responding in human observers. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 97: 85-92
Di Stasi LL, McCamy MB, Pannasch S, et al. (2015) Effects of driving time on microsaccadic dynamics. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 599-605
Hansen BC, Rakhshan PJ, Ho AK, et al. (2015) Looking at others through implicitly or explicitly prejudiced eyes Visual Cognition. 23: 612-642
Helo A, Pannasch S, Sirri L, et al. (2014) The maturation of eye movement behavior: scene viewing characteristics in children and adults. Vision Research. 103: 83-91
Müller R, Helmert JR, Pannasch S. (2014) Limitations of gaze transfer: without visual context, eye movements do not to help to coordinate joint action, whereas mouse movements do. Acta Psychologica. 152: 19-28
Nikolaev AR, Pannasch S, Ito J, et al. (2014) Eye movement-related brain activity during perceptual and cognitive processing. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 8: 62
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