Arvid Herwig

Bielefeld University, Germany, Bielefeld, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
"Arvid Herwig"
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Valsecchi M, Cassanello C, Herwig A, et al. (2020) A comparison of the temporal and spatial properties of trans-saccadic perceptual recalibration and saccadic adaptation. Journal of Vision. 20: 2
Herwig A, Weiß K, Schneider WX. (2018) Feature prediction across eye movements is location specific and based on retinotopic coordinates. Journal of Vision. 18: 13
Paeye C, Collins T, Cavanagh P, et al. (2018) Calibration of peripheral perception of shape with and without saccadic eye movements. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Paeye C, Cavanagh P, Collins T, et al. (2016) Associative learning in peripheral perception of shape Journal of Vision. 16: 121
Poth CH, Herwig A, Schneider WX. (2015) Breaking Object Correspondence Across Saccadic Eye Movements Deteriorates Object Recognition. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 9: 176
Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A. (2015) A "blanking effect" for surface features: Transsaccadic spatial-frequency discrimination is improved by postsaccadic blanking. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 1500-6
Herwig A, Weiss K, Schneider WX. (2015) When circles become triangular: how transsaccadic predictions shape the perception of shape. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1339: 97-105
Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A. (2014) Associating peripheral and foveal visual input across saccades: a default mode of the human visual system? Journal of Vision. 14
Herwig A, Schneider WX. (2014) Predicting object features across saccades: evidence from object recognition and visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 1903-22
Herwig A, Waszak F. (2012) Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 444
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