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Journal Article (5)

  1. Journal Article
    Knuf, L.; Aschersleben, G.; Prinz, W.: An analysis of ideomotor action. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 130 (4), pp. 779 - 798 (2001)
  2. Journal Article
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: The influence of goal-directed movements on ideomotor action. Consciousness and Cognition 9 (2), pp. S77 - S78 (2000)
  3. Journal Article
    Hommel, B.; Gehrke, J.; Knuf, L.: Hierarchical coding in the perception and memory of spatial layouts. Psychological Research 64 (1), pp. 1 - 10 (2000)
  4. Journal Article
    Aschersleben, G.; Müsseler, J.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: Timing the onset of moving and stationary stimuli. Experimental Brain Research 117 (Suppl.), p. 61 (1997)
  5. Journal Article
    Müsseler, J.; Aschersleben, G.; Knuf, L.: Attentional shifts and the mislocalizations at the beginning of a movement. Perception 26 (Suppl.), p. 94 (1997)

Book Chapter (3)

  1. Book Chapter
    Prinz, W.; de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.: Intention in action. In: Attention in action: Advances from cognitive neuroscience, pp. 93 - 107 (Eds. Humphreys, G. W.; Riddoch, J.). Psychology Press, Hove, UK (2005)
  2. Book Chapter
    Jordan, J. S.; Stork, S.; Knuf, L.; Kerzel, D.; Müsseler, J.: Action planning affects spatial localization. In: Common mechanisms in perception and action, Vol. Attention and Performance, pp. 158 - 176 (Eds. Prinz, W.; Hommel, B.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (2002)
  3. Book Chapter
    Hommel, B.; Knuf, L.: Action-related determinants of spatial coding in perception and memory. In: Spatial cognition II: Integrating abstract theories, empirical studies, formal methods, and practical applications, pp. 387 - 398 (Eds. Freksa, C.; Brauer, W.; Habel, C.; Wender, K. F.). Springer, Berlin (2000)

Conference Paper (2)

  1. Conference Paper
    Klippel, A.; Knuf, L.; Hommel, B.: Perceptually induced distortions in cognitive maps. In: Spatial Cognition IV, Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pp. 204 - 213. Spatial Cognition 2004 International Conference, Frauenchiemsee, GERMANY, October 11, 2004 - October 13, 2004. (2004)
  2. Conference Paper
    Hommel, B.; Knuf, L.: Acquisition of cognitive aspect maps. In: Spatial Cognition III, pp. 157 - 173. Spatial Cognition 2002 Meeting, Bavaria, Germany, May 20, 2002 - May 23, 2002. (2003)

Talk (1)

  1. Talk
    Prinz, W.; Knuf, L.: Ideomotor action. Urbana/Champaign (1998)

Poster (30)

  1. Poster
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: The observation of steering movements modulates ideomotor action. Meeting of the Belgian Psychological Society, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium (2001)
  2. Poster
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: The necessity of biological motion in ideomotor movements. Symposium 'Neural control of space coding and action production', Lyon, France (2001)
  3. Poster
    Jordan, J. S.; Stork, S.; Knuf, L.; Müsseler, J.: Intentional binding in spatial perception. 41st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, USA (2000)
  4. Poster
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: On how involuntary movements reveal our thoughts. EEBIC seminar of the School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK (2000)
  5. Poster
    Stork, S.; Müsseler, J.; Knuf, L.; Neggers, S. F. W.; Jordan, J. S.: Task-dependent mislocalization at the vanishing point of a moving stimulus]. Neural Control of Movement Synergy, Ohlstadt (2000)
  6. Poster
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: The acting observer: Ideomotor movements induced by intention? The Acting Brain: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, Trieste, Italy (2000)
  7. Poster
    Stork, S.; Müsseler, J.; Knuf, L.; Jordan, J. S.: Aufgabenabhängige Lokalisation am Bewegungsende. 42. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Jena (2000)
  8. Poster
    de Maeght, S.; Knuf, L.; Prinz, W.: The human factor in ideomotor action. Summerschool Tutorials in Behavioral and Brain Sciences (TuBBS), Wörlitz (2000)
  9. Poster
    Jordan, J. S.; Stork, S.; Knuf, L.; Kerzel, D.; Müsseler, J.: Action planning affects spatial localization. Attention and Performance XIX: Common mechanisms in perception and action, Kloster Irsee (2000)
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