Basil Wahn
Basil Wahn
Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia
Verified email at uos.de
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Joint Action: Mental Representations, Shared Information and General Mechanisms for Coordinating with Others
C Vesper, E Abramova, J Bütepage, F Ciardo, B Crossey, A Effenberg, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 2039, 2016
652016
Is Attentional Resource Allocation Across Sensory Modalities Task-Dependent?
B Wahn, P König
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 13 (1), 83-96, 2017
592017
Pupil sizes scale with attentional load and task experience in a multiple object tracking task
B Wahn, DP Ferris, WD Hairston, P König
PloS one 11 (12), e0168087, 2016
442016
Audition and vision share spatial attentional resources, yet attentional load does not disrupt audiovisual integration
B Wahn, P König
Frontiers in Psychology 6 (1084), 2015
432015
Vision and Haptics Share Spatial Attentional Resources and Visuotactile Integration Is Not Affected by High Attentional Load
B Wahn, P König
Multisensory Research 28 (3-4), 371-392, 2015
312015
Multisensory teamwork: using a tactile or an auditory display to exchange gaze information improves performance in joint visual search
B Wahn, J Schwandt, M Krüger, D Crafa, V Nunnendorf, P König
Ergonomics 59 (6), 781-795, 2016
292016
Attentional resource allocation in visuotactile processing depends on the task, but optimal visuotactile integration does not depend on attentional resources
B Wahn, P König
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 10, 2016
292016
Two trackers are better than one: Information about the co-actor's actions and performance scores contribute to the collective benefit in a joint visuospatial task
B Wahn, A Kingstone, P König
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 2017
242017
Learning New Sensorimotor Contingencies: Effects of Long-Term Use of Sensory Augmentation on the Brain and Conscious Perception
SU König, F Schumann, J Keyser, C Goeke, C Krause, S Wache, ...
PLOS ONE 11 (12), e0166647, 2016
242016
Benefiting from Being Alike: Interindividual Skill Differences Predict Collective Benefit in Joint Object Control
B Wahn, L Schmitz, P König, G Knoblich
Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2016
182016
Group benefits in joint perceptual tasks—a review
B Wahn, A Kingstone, P König
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1426 (1), 166-178, 2018
162018
Performance similarities predict collective benefits in dyadic and triadic joint visual search
B Wahn, A Czeszumski, P König
PloS one 13 (1), e0191179, 2018
152018
Audiovisual integration is affected by performing a task jointly
B Wahn, A Keshava, S Sinnett, A Kingstone, P König
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2017
112017
Auditory Stimulus Detection Partially Depends on Visuospatial Attentional Resources
B Wahn, S Murali, S Sinnett, P König
i-Perception 8 (1), 2041669516688026, 2017
112017
Let's move it together: a review of group benefits in joint object control
B Wahn, A Karlinsky, L Schmitz, P König
Frontiers in psychology 9, 918, 2018
102018
Can Limitations of Visuospatial Attention Be Circumvented? A Review
B Wahn, P König
Frontiers in Psychology, 2017
92017
Dyadic and triadic search: Benefits, costs, and predictors of group performance
B Wahn, A Czeszumski, M Labusch, A Kingstone, P König
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 2020
82020
The social situation affects how we process feedback about our actions
A Czeszumski, BV Ehinger, B Wahn, P König
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 361, 2019
62019
Labor division in joint tasks: Humans maximize use of their individual attentional capacities.
B Wahn, A Kingstone
Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 2020
32020
Shared or Distinct Attentional Resources? Confounds in Dual Task Designs, Countermeasures, and Guidelines
B Wahn, S Sinnett
Multisensory Research 32 (2), 145-163, 2019
32019
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