Matthias Niemeier’s Publications

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Refereed articles

 

Niemeier M, Singh VV, Keough M, Akbar N 2008. The perceptual consequences of the attentional bias: evidence for distractor removal. Exp Brain Res, 189, 411-420.

 

Niemeier M, Stojanoski B, Singh VWA, Chu E 2008. Paradoxical cross-over due to attention to high or low spatial frequencies. Brain Cogn, 67, 115-125.

 

Stojanoski B, Niemeier M 2007. Feature-based attention modulates the perception of object contours. J Vis, 7(14):18.1-11.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed DB 2007. Optimal inference explains dimension-specific contractions of spatial perception. Exp Brain Res, 179, 313-323.

 

Niemeier M, Stojanoski B, Greco AL 2007. Influences of time a spatial frequency on the perceptual bias: evidence for competition between hemispheres. Neuropsychologia, 45, 1029-1040.

 

Prime S, Niemeier M, Crawford JD 2006. Transsaccadic Integration of Visual Features in a Line Intersection Task. Exp Brain Res, 169, 532-548.

 

Niemeier M, Goltz HC, Kuchinad A, Tweed DB, Vilis T 2005. A contralateral preference in the lateral occipital area: sensory and attentional mechanisms. Cereb Cortex, 15, 325-331.

 

Niemeier M, Karnath H-O 2003. Stimulus-driven and voluntary saccades are coded in different coordinate systems. Curr Biol, 13:585-589.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed DB 2003. Optimal transsaccadic integration explains distorted spatial perception. Nature, 422:76-80.

 

Karnath H-O, Niemeier M 2002. Task-dependent differences in the exploratory behaviour of patients with spatial neglect. Neuropsychologia, 40, 1577-1585.

 

Niemeier M, Karnath H-O 2002. Simulating and testing visual exploration in spatial neglect based on a new model for cortical coordinate transformation. Exp Brain Res, 145:512-519.

 

Niemeier M, Karnath H-O 2000. Exploratory saccades show no direction-specific deficit in neglect. Neurology, 54:515-518.

 

Karnath H-O, Niemeier M, Dichgans J 1998. Space exploration in neglect. Brain, 121:2357-2367.

 

Karnath H-O, Fetter M, Niemeier M 1998. Disentangeling gravitational, environmental and egocentric reference frames in spatial neglect. J Cogn Neurosci, 10:680-690. (DFG)

 

Kastrup A, Dichgans J, Niemeier M, Schabet M 1998. Changes of cerebrovascular CO2 reactivity during normal aging. Stroke, 29:1311-1314.

 

 

Book chapters

 

Prime, S., Niemeier, M. & Crawford, J. D. (accepted). Transsaccadic Memory of Visual Features. In: L. Harris & M. Jenkin, Computational Vision in Neural and Machine Systems.

 

Niemeier M, Karnath H-O 2002. The exploration of space and objects in neglect. In: H-O Karnath, AD Millner, G Vallar (eds). The Cognitive and Neural Bases of Spatial Neglect. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 101-118.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed D 2002. A Bayesian approach to change blindness. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 956:474-475.

 

 

Abstracts

 

Logananthan J, Niemeier M (2005). The contribution of postsaccadic mechanisms to spatial constancy. Centre for Vision Research Conference, 2005.

 

Greco A, Stojanoski B, Niemeier M (2005). Gratingscales: a New Test for Perceptual Asymmetries. Centre for Vision Research Conference, 2005.

 

Stojanoski B, Niemeier M (2005). Does feature-based attention influence the perception of higher-level visual features? Centre for Vision Research Conference, 2005.

 

Prime SL, Niemeier M, Crawford J D (2005). Integrating orientation and location of lines across saccades. Centre for Vision Research Conference, 2005

 

Niemeier M, Stojanoski B (2005). Feature-based influences of attention on the perception of proto-objects. Vision ScienceS.

 

Stojanoski B, Niemeier M (2005). Feature-based influences of attention on the perception of proto-objects. Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

 

Niemeier M, Goltz HC, Tweed, DB, Vilis T (2004). A contralateral preference in the human lateral occipital area: sensory and attentional mechanisms. Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed D (2003). Why aren’t oblique saccades superfast? Society for Neuroscience 187.16 CD-ROM.

 

Prime S, Niemeier M, Yan X, Crawford JD (2002). Transsaccadic integration of line orientation and location. Society for Neuroscience 515.17 CD-ROM.

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2003). A New Form of Saccadic Compression of Space. J Vision 3, 193.

 

Prime, S., Niemeier, M., Yan, X. & Crawford, J. D. (2003). Trans-saccadic integration for low level visual information. J Vision 3, 191.

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2002). Evidence for a Bayesian inference model of transsaccadic perception. Society for Neuroscience 57.1 CD-ROM.

 

Prime, S., Niemeier, M., Yan, X. & Crawford, J. D. (2002). Transsaccadic integration for low level visual information. Society for Neuroscience 57.4 CD-ROM.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed D 2002. Evidence for a Bayesian inference model of transsaccadic integration. Forum of the European Neuroscience Societies, Symposium 16, 066.1.

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2002). As good as it gets – testing a Bayesian model of transsaccadic change blindness. J Vision 2, 499.

 

Niemeier M, Crawford JD, Tweed D 2001. Change blindness as a result of optimal inference from visual and nonvisual information: a network approach to transsaccadic integration. Society for Neuroscience 237.4 CD-ROM.

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2001). A probabilistic perspective on transsaccadic integration. European Conference on Eye Movements 11.

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2001). A probabilistic model on change blindness. York Conference. 

 

Niemeier, M., Crawford, J. D. & Tweed, D. (2001). A probabilistic model of transsaccadic integration. J Vision 1, 233.

 

Niemeier M, Karnath HO 2000. Differences between reflexive and voluntary eye movements in patients with neglect. Society for Neuroscience 595.9 CD-ROM.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (2000). Reflexive and voluntary saccades in patients with neglect. Cognitive and neural bases of spatial neglect, Como Conference.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (2000). Object-centered neglect is due to attentional focussing. J Cognitive Neurosci 35D Suppl S.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (1999). Differences between reflexive and voluntary eye movements in neglect. European Conference on Eye Movements 10.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (1999). Saccadic eye movements of neglect patients do not show direction-specific deficits in visual search. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (1998). No direction-specific deficits of eye movements in visual search of neglect patients. Eur J Neurosci, 10 (Suppl. 10), 256.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (1998). The attentional gradient - a question of spatial restrictions? Neglect in full range exploration. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz.

 

Niemeier, M. & Karnath, H.-O. (1997). Visual search in the environment by patients with neglect. Experimental Brain Research, 117 (Suppl.), S58.

 

Karnath, H.-O., Fetter, M. & Niemeier, M. (1997). Disentangeling gravitational and egocentric coordinates in spatial neglect. Experimental Brain Research, 117 (Suppl.), S57.

 

 

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