Lisa and Martin have had the pleasure of reviewing Stefan van der Stigchel’s book “How Attention Works: Finding Your Way in a World of Distraction” (MIT Press). Check out their review here: https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/peca/49/7
Clara Kuper, student assistant in our lab, will moderate a panel and audience discussion on animal research and its ethical implications on April 24, 2017. The discussion will feature a number of first-class experts on animal research and welfare, including: Prof. Dr. Stefan Treue, Director of the German Primate Research Centre, Göttingen Prof. Dr. Christa Thöne-Reineke, Professor for … Continue reading Clara moderates panel discussion on Animal Research
We were happy to see that Steve Lewandowsky highlighted Betty's recent paper on feature-based attention and visual short-term memory at psychonomic.org! Here is a link to the blog.
On September 20-21, 2016, we will host a workshop on Learning at the interface of vision and oculomotor control. It will be a satellite event of the Bernstein Conference.
Because the eyes move, the correspondence between each location in the world and each location on the retina is arbitrary. From one fixation to the next, each object changes places on the retina. Both psychophysical and neurophysiological studies aim to better understand how we keep track of locations as the eyes move about. Yet the links between neural and behavioral findings remain obscure. Inspired by … Continue reading In press: Spotlight on Remapping attention pointers
We are pleased to announce the Bernstein Sparks Workshop on Active Perceptual Memory. The goal of this workshop is to bring together recent developments in perceptual memory and active perception—in particular eye movements—to capitalize on the numerous potential empirical and theoretical interfaces between these fields of research. Where and when: Berlin, Germany, on October 26-27, 2015. … Continue reading Bernstein Sparks Workshop on Active Perceptual Memory
Just a short note: Martin has been interviewed in the (German) Bernstein blog "hirnnetze" (brain nets). You can find the brief entry here.
Our new paper in on remapping during attentive tracking of moving objects is about to appear in the Journal of Neurophysiology. Martin Szinte, postdoc in Heiner Deubel's lab in Munich and the lead author of the paper, designed a cover illustration that will adorn the journal's next three issues! Click on the image, to have a … Continue reading Our new paper made it onto the cover of J Neurophysiol
This coming Monday (March 16, 2015), and for the second year in a row, we are holding a workshop for high-school students at the brain awareness week. For the second year in a row We really enjoyed it last year and we're excited to go into a second round. The title of our workshop is "Seeing … Continue reading We’re participating in the brain awareness week.
We are happy to announce a forthcoming workshop on Inverted Encoding Models for Neural Data. We have invited Tommy Sprague from John Serences group at UCSD to give a workshop on the methods behind his latest work on visual memory and spatial priority maps (see here and here). A review of this work, which includes an overview of … Continue reading Workshop on inverted encoding models (featuring Tommy Sprague)