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Sarria Mosquera has been awarded the Rosen-Förderpreis for her outstanding master's thesis. The award ceremony took place on March 16th, 2023.
We have a new published article in Brain Sciences. The title is Improved Spatial Knowledge Acquisition through Sensory Augmentation and it can be found here: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/13/5/720
Congratulations Sarria Mosquera!!!
Sarria Mosquera has been awarded the Rosen-Förderpreis for her outstanding academic work. The award ceremony will take place on March 16th, 2023.
There is a new publication in the European Journal of Neuroscience.
The title will be: Action Affordance Affects Proximal and Distal Goal-oriented Planning. You can read it here: https://doi.org/10.1111/ejn.15963
Call for Papers!
There is a call for papers from PhD students who are investigating temporal perception in philosophy, psychology, neuroscience and cognitive science. If you are interested, you can find more information here:
We have a new preprint on Predicting group benefits in joint multiple object tracking. It can be found here:
https://psyarxiv.com/fzwgs/ and it will soon be published in Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wahn B, König P, Kingstone A (2023)
A new article has been published in MTI. The title is: "Developing Dynamic Audio Navigation UIs to Pinpoint Elements in Tactile Graphics"
Gaspar R, Schmidt V, König P (2022)
A new paper has been accepted by PLoS CB.Mutual influence between language and perception in multi-agent communication games
Ohmer X, Xenia Ohmer, Marino M, Franke M, König P (2022)
Great Podcast with Peter König online. The interview with him is in the second half.
Now published in the European Journal of Neuroscience! Wild lab: A naturalistic free viewing experiment reveals previously unknown EEG signatures of face processing
Gert AL, Ehinger BV, Timm S, Kietzmann TC, König P (2022)
New Paper on Evidence for the Embodiment of the Automatic Approach Bias
Solzbacher J, Czeszumski A, Walter S, König P (2022)
New Paper on Finding landmarks - An investigation of viewing behavior during spatial navigation in VR using a graph-theoretical analysis approach
Walter JL, Essmann L, König SU, König P (2022)
New paper on Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Cognition
Engel AK, Verschure PFMJ, Kragic D, Polani D, Effenberg AO and König P (2022)
New publication on Talking Cars, Doubtful Users—A Population Study in Virtual Reality
Derakhshan S, Nezami FN, Wächter MA, Czeszumski A, Keshava A, Lukanov H, De Palol MV, Pipa G and König P (2022)
Autonomous vehicles represent a significant development in our society, and their acceptance will largely depend on trust. This study investigates strategies to increase trust and acceptance by making the cars’ decisions.
26. March 2018 : Two perform better than the best individual without any information exchange & performance similarities predict the group benefit.
Wahn B, Czeszumski A, König P (2018). Performance similarities predict collective benefits in dyadic and triadic joint visual search. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0191179.
When humans perform tasks together, they may reach a higher performance in comparison to the best member of a group (i.e., a collective benefit).
In this study, we investigated collective benefits for joint visuospatial tasks. We tested whether dyads and triads reach a collective...
26. March 2018 : Recent PhD thesis now available at the University library
We congratulate Dr. Andrew Melnik!
Last year Andrew Melnik successfully defended and published his thesis on "Sensorimotor processing in the human brain and in cognitive architectures". The PDF of his PhD thesis can now be downloaded from the university library here:
For further details you may also contact Prof. Dr. Peter König (email@example.com).
22. January 2018 : Stress induction with VR technology - investigating the potential of VR as a tool for reliable and realistic stress induction in laboratory settings
Petr Legkov, Krzysztof Izdebski, Silke Kärcher, and Peter König. 2017.
Dual task based cognitive stress induction and its influence on path integration.
In Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 41, 5 pages.
Classic stress induction methods often don’t reflect real life scenarios because of technical limitations. For example, they do not take into account...
22. January 2018 : Store, stream and share: 1 tool for all gaze data for #VisualAnalytics.
J. Schöning, C. Gundler, G. Heidemann, P. König & U. Krumnack
Visual analytics of gaze data with standard multimedia players
Journal of Eye Movement Research, 10(5) : 1-14, 2017
Eye-tracking data containing video stimuli, gaze trajectories, and other video-related data are usually stored in a diversity of formats. To visualize and analyze such data special software tools are needed, thus making it difficult for scientific exchange and...
16. November 2017 : „Virtual and Augmented Reality“
Development in the field of virtual and augmented reality is gradually taking up speed and could well advance to become the next top focus in cognitive science research for the coming years.
On 26 October the ICO InnovationsCentrum Osnabrück presented the "Treffpunkt Innovation 2017" with state-of-the-art information, discussions and demonstrations about VR & AR:
"Die Zukunft im Visier" summarizes...
14. November 2017 : "Open Access-Preis" awarded for the first time!
The University of Osnabrück has launched an award to honour »extraordinary open access publishing engagement«.
The first one to receive this new award is Dr. Basil Wahn from the IKW's Neurobiopsychology lab. Congratulations!
Please read the UOS press release for more details.
14. November 2017 : New publication on the limitations of visual processing
04. October 2017 : Top-down information influences eye movements quickly after movie cuts
How are eye movements affected by movie cuts? These two studies demonstrate the influence of top-down information, i.e. the task:
Valuch et al.
Seywerth et al.
These studies explored the task influence of on eye movements in dynamic edited scenes. When task relevant, matching regions across cuts are fixated earlier and more often. Participants with viewing intentions made more and earlier fixations on scene regions that matched across cuts, compared to nonmatching scene regions. However, in...
13. August 2017 : Invited talk at the Neurobiopsychology lab on 14th August
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: 50/E04 or E07 ( Wachsbleiche 27)
Guest-speaker: Bianca Sieveritz, MSc
Bio: Ms Sieveritz is a former Osnabrück CogSci student, now persuing her PhD studies at the Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology, and will give insights into her current research.
Title of her talk: Motor thalamic efferents target rat prelimbic cortex: A possible involvement in decision-making?"
13. August 2017 : BCI 2017 Proceedings
Multimodal integration, attention and sensory augmentation?
By Wahn B and König P
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