Michael Dambacher

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany 
Area:
visual language processing, event-related potentials, eye movements, cognitive modeling
Website:
http://www.psych.uni-potsdam.de/people/dambacher/index-e.html
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Rolfs M, Dambacher M. (2016) What draws the line between perception and cognition? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e257
Al-Zanoon N, Dambacher M, Kuperman V. (2016) Evidence for a global oculomotor program in reading. Psychological Research
Braun M, Hutzler F, Münte TF, et al. (2015) The neural bases of the pseudohomophone effect: Phonological constraints on lexico-semantic access in reading. Neuroscience. 295: 151-63
Janczyk M, Dambacher M, Bieleke M, et al. (2015) The benefit of no choice: goal-directed plans enhance perceptual processing. Psychological Research. 79: 206-20
Hofmann MJ, Dambacher M, Jacobs AM, et al. (2014) Occipital and orbitofrontal hemodynamics during naturally paced reading: an fNIRS study. Neuroimage. 94: 193-202
Dambacher M, Slattery TJ, Yang J, et al. (2013) Evidence for direct control of eye movements during reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 1468-84
Rolfs M, Dambacher M, Cavanagh P. (2013) Visual adaptation of the perception of causality. Current Biology : Cb. 23: 250-4
Dambacher M, Dimigen O, Braun M, et al. (2012) Stimulus onset asynchrony and the timeline of word recognition: event-related potentials during sentence reading. Neuropsychologia. 50: 1852-70
Kliegl R, Dambacher M, Dimigen O, et al. (2012) Eye movements and brain electric potentials during reading. Psychological Research. 76: 145-58
Kliegl R, Wei P, Dambacher M, et al. (2010) Experimental Effects and Individual Differences in Linear Mixed Models: Estimating the Relationship between Spatial, Object, and Attraction Effects in Visual Attention. Frontiers in Psychology. 1: 238
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