Katja Fiehler

2002-2005 Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany 
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Karimpur H, Wolf C, Fiehler K. (2024) The (Un)ideal Physicist: How Humans Rely on Object Interaction for Friction Estimates. Psychological Science. 35: 191-201
McManus M, Schütz I, Voudouris D, et al. (2023) How visuomotor predictability and task demands affect tactile sensitivity on a moving limb during object interaction in a virtual environment. Royal Society Open Science. 10: 231259
Rothkopf C, Bremmer F, Fiehler K, et al. (2023) Models of vision need some action. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 46: e405
Beyvers MC, Voudouris D, Fiehler K. (2023) Sensorimotor memories influence movement kinematics but not associated tactile processing. Scientific Reports. 13: 17920
Forster PP, Fiehler K, Karimpur H. (2023) Egocentric cues influence the allocentric spatial memory of object configurations for memory-guided actions. Journal of Neurophysiology. 130: 1142-1149
Voudouris D, Schuetz I, Schinke T, et al. (2023) Pupil dilation scales with movement distance of real but not of imagined reaching movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. 130: 104-116
Beyvers MC, Koch I, Fiehler K. (2022) Episodic Binding and Retrieval in Sequences of Discrete Movements - Evidence from Grasping Actions. Journal of Cognition. 5: 41
Forster PP, Karimpur H, Fiehler K. (2022) Demand characteristics challenge effects in embodiment and presence. Scientific Reports. 12: 14084
Voudouris D, Fiehler K. (2022) The role of grasping demands on tactile suppression. Human Movement Science. 83: 102957
Fuehrer E, Voudouris D, Lezkan A, et al. (2022) Tactile suppression stems from specific sensorimotor predictions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2118445119
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