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Journal Article (17)

  1. 1999
    Journal Article
    Fischer, M. H.; Deubel, H.; Wohlschläger, A.; Schneider, W. X.: Visuomotor mental rotation of saccade direction. Experimental Brain Research 127 (2), pp. 224 - 232 (1999)
  2. Journal Article
    Müsseler, J.; van der Heijden, A. H. C.; Mahmud, S. H.; Deubel, H.; Ertsey, S.: Relative mislocalization of briefly presented stimuli in the retinal periphery. Perception and Psychophysics 61 (8), pp. 1646 - 1661 (1999)
  3. 1998
    Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Bridgeman, B.; Schneider, W. X.: Immediate post-saccadic information mediates space constancy. Vision Research 38 (20), pp. 3147 - 3159 (1998)
  4. 1996
    Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.: Saccade target selection and object recognition: Evidence for a common attentional mechanism. Vision Research 36 (12), pp. 1827 - 1837 (1996)
  5. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.; Paprotta, I.: The coupling of visual attention and manual aiming. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 37 (3), p. 1989 - 1989 (1996)
  6. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.; Bridgeman, B.: Postsaccadic target blanking prevents saccadic suppression of image displacement. Vision Research 36 (7), pp. 985 - 996 (1996)
  7. 1995
    Journal Article
    Bridgeman, B.; Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.: Visual Context Affects the Saccadic Suppression of a Briefly Blanked Target. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 36 (4), p. S686 - S686 (1995)
  8. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Bridgeman, B.: Perceptual consequences of ocular lens overshoot during saccadic eye movements. Vision Research 35 (20), pp. 2897 - 2902 (1995)
  9. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Bridgeman, B.: Ocular Lens Overshoots after Saccadic Eye-Movements Cause Retinal Image Motion. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 36 (4), p. S685 - S685 (1995)
  10. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Bridgeman, B.: Fourth Purkinje image signals reveal eye-lens deviations and retinal image distortions during saccades. Vision Research 35 (4), pp. 529 - 538 (1995)
  11. Journal Article
    Straube, A.; Deubel, H.; Spuler, A.; Büttner, U.: Differential Effect of a Bilateral Deep Cerebellar Nuclei Lesion on Externally and Internally Triggered Saccades in Humans. Neuro-Ophthalmology 15 (2), pp. 67 - 74 (1995)
  12. 1994
    Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.; Bridgeman, B.: Stimulus Blanking Diminishes Saccadic Suppression of Image Displacement. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 35 (4), p. 2033 - 2033 (1994)
  13. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.: Perceptual stability and postsaccadic visual information: Can man bridge a gap? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 17 (2), pp. 259 - 260 (1994)
  14. 1993
    Journal Article
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.: There is no expressway to a comprehensive theory on the coordination of vision, eye movements and visual attention. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 16 (3), pp. 575 - 576 (1993)
  15. Journal Article
    Deubel, H.: Context-Specificity of Saccadic Adaptation. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 34 (4), p. 1498 - 1498 (1993)
  16. Journal Article
    Wulf, G.; Schmidt, R. A.; Deubel, H.: Reduced feedback frequency enhances generalized motor program learning but not parameterization learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (5), pp. 1134 - 1150 (1993)
  17. 1991
    Journal Article
    Deubel, H.: Eye-Movements as a Probe into Preattentive Visual Processing. Perception 20 (1), p. 116 - 116 (1991)

Book Chapter (5)

  1. 2005
    Book Chapter
    Deubel, H.; Schneider, W. X.: Attentional selection in sequential manual movements, movements around an obstacle and in grasping. In: Attention in action, pp. 69 - 91 (Eds. Humphreys, G. W.; Riddoch, J.). Psychology Press, Hove, UK (2005)
  2. 1995
    Book Chapter
    Deubel, H.: Visual processing and cognitive factors in the generation of saccadic eye movements. In: Handbook of perception and action, pp. 143 - 189 (Eds. Prinz, W.; Bridgeman, B.). Academic Press, San Diego (1995)
  3. Book Chapter
    Schneider, W. X.; Deubel, H.: Visual attention and saccadic eye movements: Evidence for obligatory and selective spatial coupling. In: Eye movement research. Mechanisms, processes and applications, pp. 317 - 324 (Eds. Findlay, J. M.; Walker, R.; Kentridge, R. W.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (1995)
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