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Christian H. Poth
Christian H. Poth
Neuro-cognitive Psychology, Bielefeld University
Verified email at uni-bielefeld.de
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Using the virtual reality device Oculus Rift for neuropsychological assessment of visual processing capabilities
RM Foerster, CH Poth, C Behler, M Botsch, WX Schneider
Scientific reports 6 (1), 37016, 2016
662016
Breaking object correspondence across saccadic eye movements deteriorates object recognition
CH Poth, A Herwig, WX Schneider
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 9, 176, 2015
412015
Breaking object correspondence across saccades impairs object recognition: The role of color and luminance
CH Poth, WX Schneider
Journal of Vision 16 (11), 1-1, 2016
392016
Effects of monitoring for visual events on distinct components of attention
CH Poth, A Petersen, C Bundesen, WX Schneider
Frontiers in psychology 5, 930, 2014
262014
Neuropsychological assessment of visual selective attention and processing capacity with head-mounted displays.
RM Foerster, CH Poth, C Behler, M Botsch, WX Schneider
Neuropsychology 33 (3), 309, 2019
252019
Assessing the monitor warm-up time required before a psychological experiment can begin
CH Poth, G Horstmann
The Quantitative Methods for Psychology 13 (3), 166-173, 2017
24*2017
Ultrahigh temporal resolution of visual presentation using gaming monitors and G-Sync
CH Poth, RM Foerster, C Behler, U Schwanecke, WX Schneider, ...
Behavior research methods 50, 26-38, 2018
212018
Urgency forces stimulus-driven action by overcoming cognitive control
CH Poth
eLife 10, e73682, 2021
152021
Object discrepancy modulates feature prediction across eye movements
CP Köller, CH Poth, A Herwig
Psychological Research 84, 231-244, 2020
142020
Phasic alertness reverses the beneficial effects of accessory stimuli on choice reaction
CH Poth
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (3), 1196-1204, 2020
122020
Assessing momentary relaxation using the Relaxation State Questionnaire (RSQ)
S Steghaus, CH Poth
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 16341, 2022
10*2022
Attentional competition across saccadic eye movements
CH Poth, WX Schneider
Acta Psychologica 190, 27-37, 2018
92018
Emphasizing speed or accuracy in an eye-tracking version of the Trail-Making-Test: Towards experimental diagnostics for decomposing executive functions
L Recker, RM Foerster, WX Schneider, CH Poth
Plos one 17 (9), e0274579, 2022
72022
Phasic alertness is unaffected by the attentional set for orienting
N Dietze, CH Poth
Journal of Cognition 5 (1), 2022
72022
Episodic short-term recognition requires encoding into visual working memory: Evidence from probe recognition after letter report
CH Poth, WX Schneider
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1440, 2016
62016
Warning signals only support the first action in a sequence
N Dietze, L Recker, CH Poth
Cognitive research: principles and implications 8 (1), 29, 2023
52023
Aufmerksamkeit
CH Poth, WX Schneider
Handbuch Kognitionswissenschaft, 2013
42013
Breaking Object Correspondence Across Saccadic Eye Movements Deteriorates Object Recognition. Front Syst Neurosci. 2015; 9
CH Poth, A Herwig, WX Schneider
4
Vision rivals audition in alerting humans for fast action
N Dietze, CH Poth
Acta Psychologica 238, 103991, 2023
32023
Episodic visual cognition: Implications for object and short-term recognition
CH Poth
22017
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