Werner Schneider
Werner Schneider
Neuro-Cognitive Psychology & CITEC, Bielefeld University
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TitleCited byYear
Saccade target selection and object recognition: Evidence for a common attentional mechanism
H Deubel, WX Schneider
Vision research 36 (12), 1827-1838, 1996
20041996
Effect of remote distractors on saccade programming: evidence for an extended fixation zone
R Walker, H Deubel, WX Schneider, JM Findlay
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (2), 1108-1119, 1997
4071997
Postsaccadic target blanking prevents saccadic suppression of image displacement
H Deubel, WX Schneider, B Bridgeman
Vision research 36 (7), 985-996, 1996
3291996
Selective dorsal and ventral processing: Evidence for a common attentional mechanism in reaching and perception
H Deubel, WX Schneider, I Paprotta
Visual cognition 5 (1-2), 81-107, 1998
3021998
Immediate post-saccadic information mediates space constancy
H Deubel, B Bridgeman, WX Schneider
Vision research 38 (20), 3147-3159, 1998
2871998
VAM: A neuro-cognitive model for visual attention control of segmentation, object recognition, and space-based motor action
WX Schneider
Visual Cognition 2 (2-3), 331-376, 1995
2501995
Selection-for-perception and selection-for-spatial-motor-action are coupled by visual attention: A review of recent findings and new evidence from stimulus-driven saccade control
WX Schneider, H Deubel
Attention and performance XIX: Common mechanisms in perception and action 19 …, 2002
2212002
Transsaccadic memory of position and form
H Deubel, WX Schneider, B Bridgeman
Progress in brain research 140, 165-180, 2002
1242002
Visual-spatial working memory, attention, and scene representation: A neuro-cognitive theory
WX Schneider
Psychological Research 62 (2-3), 220-236, 1999
1141999
Usability of a theory of visual attention (TVA) for parameter-based measurement of attention I: Evidence from normal subjects
K Finke, P Bublak, J Krummenacher, S Kyllingsbæk, HJ Müller, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 11 (7), 832-842, 2005
1042005
Where to look next? Combining static and dynamic proto-objects in a TVA-based model of visual attention
M Wischnewski, A Belardinelli, WX Schneider, JJ Steil
Cognitive computation 2 (4), 326-343, 2010
1022010
Delayed saccades, but not delayed manual aiming movements, require visual attention shifts
H Deubel, WX Schneider
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1004 (1), 289-296, 2003
902003
Visual attention and saccadic eye movements: Evidence for obligatory and selective spatial coupling
WX Schneider, H Deubel
Studies in visual information processing 6, 317-324, 1995
901995
The influence of alertness on spatial and nonspatial components of visual attention.
E Matthias, P Bublak, HJ Müller, WX Schneider, J Krummenacher, K Finke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (1), 38, 2010
892010
Selective visual processing across competition episodes: a theory of task-driven visual attention and working memory
WX Schneider
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
862013
Staged decline of visual processing capacity in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
P Bublak, P Redel, C Sorg, A Kurz, H Förstl, HJ Müller, WX Schneider, ...
Neurobiology of aging 32 (7), 1219-1230, 2011
842011
The effect of fearful faces on the attentional blink is task dependent
T Stein, J Zwickel, J Ritter, M Kitzmantel, WX Schneider
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (1), 104-109, 2009
782009
Parameter-based assessment of spatial and non-spatial attentional deficits in Huntington's disease
K Finke, P Bublak, M Dose, HJ Müller, WX Schneider
Brain 129 (5), 1137-1151, 2006
762006
Attentional selection during preparation of prehension movements
A Schiegg, H Deubel, W Schneider
Visual cognition 10 (4), 409-431, 2003
712003
Predicting object features across saccades: evidence from object recognition and visual search.
A Herwig, WX Schneider
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (5), 1903, 2014
692014
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