Sven Ohl
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Secondary (micro-) saccades: The influence of primary saccade end point and target eccentricity on the process of postsaccadic fixation
S Ohl, SA Brandt, R Kliegl
Vision research 51 (23-24), 2340-2347, 2011
Saccadic eye movements impose a natural bottleneck on visual short-term memory.
S Ohl, M Rolfs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (5), 736, 2017
Microsaccades are coupled to heartbeat
S Ohl, C Wohltat, R Kliegl, O Pollatos, R Engbert
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (4), 1237-1241, 2016
Active information sampling varies across the cardiac cycle
S Kunzendorf, F Klotzsche, M Akbal, A Villringer, S Ohl, M Gaebler
Psychophysiology 56 (5), e13322, 2019
Memory for action: A functional view of selection in visual working memory
A Heuer, S Ohl, M Rolfs
Visual Cognition 28 (5-8), 388-400, 2020
Compensatory eye and head movements of patients with homonymous hemianopia in the naturalistic setting of a driving simulation
M Bahnemann, J Hamel, S De Beukelaer, S Ohl, S Kehrer, H Audebert, ...
Journal of Neurology 262, 316-325, 2015
Selective enhancement of orientation tuning before saccades
S Ohl, C Kuper, M Rolfs
Journal of Vision 17 (13), 2-2, 2017
Setting and changing feature priorities in visual short-term memory
Z Kalogeropoulou, AV Jagadeesh, S Ohl, M Rolfs
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24, 453-458, 2017
Driving simulation in the clinic: testing visual exploratory behavior in daily life activities in patients with visual field defects
J Hamel, A Kraft, S Ohl, S De Beukelaer, HJ Audebert, SA Brandt
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e4427, 2012
Saccadic selection of stabilized items in visuospatial working memory
S Ohl, M Rolfs
Consciousness and Cognition 64, 32-44, 2018
Bold moves: Inevitable saccadic selection in visual short-term memory
S Ohl, M Rolfs
Journal of Vision 20 (2), 11-11, 2020
Age-related changes in visual exploratory behavior in a natural scene setting
J Hamel, S De Beukelaer, A Kraft, S Ohl, HJ Audebert, SA Brandt
Frontiers in psychology 4, 339, 2013
The generation of secondary saccades without postsaccadic visual feedback
S Ohl, SA Brandt, R Kliegl
Journal of vision 13 (5), 11-11, 2013
Saccadic adaptation to a systematically varying disturbance
CR Cassanello, S Ohl, M Rolfs
Journal of Neurophysiology 116 (2), 336-350, 2016
Visual suppression in the superior colliculus around the time of microsaccades
M Rolfs, S Ohl
Journal of Neurophysiology 105 (1), 1-3, 2011
Revealing the time course of signals influencing the generation of secondary saccades using Aalen’s additive hazards model
S Ohl, R Kliegl
Vision Research 124, 52-58, 2016
Active vision varies across the cardiac cycle
S Kunzendorf, F Klotzsche, M Akbal, A Villringer, S Ohl, M Gaebler
bioRxiv, 283838, 2018
Causality detection in the visual system is tuned to motion direction
S Ohl, M Rolfs
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 1946-1946, 2021
Lawful kinematics of saccades predict the limits of high-speed motion perception
M Rolfs, R Schweitzer, S Ohl
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2084-2084, 2021
Moving fast and seeing slow? The visual consequences of vigorous movement
M Rolfs, S Ohl
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44, 2021
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