Alexander C. Schütz

Affiliations: 
2015- Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Hessen, Germany 
Area:
Visual perception, eye movements
Website:
https://www.uni-marburg.de/fb04/team-schuetz/team/schuetz
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Stewart EEM, Valsecchi M, Schütz AC. (2020) A review of interactions between peripheral and foveal vision. Journal of Vision. 20: 2
Wolf C, Wagner I, Schütz AC. (2019) Competition between salience and informational value for saccade adaptation. Journal of Vision. 19: 26
Wolf C, Schütz AC. (2019) Choice-induced inter-trial inhibition is modulated by idiosyncratic choice-consistency. Plos One. 14: e0226982
Heuer A, Wolf C, Schütz AC, et al. (2019) The possibility to make choices modulates feature-based effects of reward. Scientific Reports. 9: 5749
Goettker A, Braun DI, Schütz AC, et al. (2018) Execution of saccadic eye movements affects speed perception. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Wolf C, Heuer A, Schubö A, et al. (2017) The necessity to choose causes the effects of reward on saccade preparation. Scientific Reports. 7: 16966
Heuer A, Wolf C, Schütz AC, et al. (2017) The necessity to choose causes reward-related anticipatory biasing: Parieto-occipital alpha-band oscillations reveal suppression of low-value targets. Scientific Reports. 7: 14318
Wolf C, Schütz AC. (2017) Earlier saccades to task-relevant targets irrespective of relative gain between peripheral and foveal information. Journal of Vision. 17: 21
Ross NM, Göettker A, Schütz AC, et al. (2017) Discrimination of curvature from motion during smooth pursuit and fixation. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00324.2017
Huang J, Gegenfurtner KR, Schütz AC, et al. (2017) Age effects on saccadic adaptation: Evidence from different paradigms reveals specific vulnerabilities. Journal of Vision. 17: 9
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