Rebecca M. Foerster
Rebecca M. Foerster
Neuro-Cognitive Psychology & CITEC, Bielefeld University
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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, 37016, 2016
Saccadic eye movements in a high-speed bimanual stacking task: changes of attentional control during learning and automatization
RM Foerster, E Carbone, H Koesling, WX Schneider
Journal of Vision 11 (7), 1-16, 2011
Involuntary top-down control by search-irrelevant features: Visual working memory biases attention in an object-based manner
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Cognition 172, 37-45, 2018
Saccadic eye movements in the dark while performing an automatized sequential high-speed sensorimotor task
RM Foerster, E Carbone, H Koesling, WX Schneider
Journal of Vision 12 (2), 1-15, 2012
Functionally sequenced scanpath similarity method (FuncSim): Comparing and evaluating scanpath similarity based on a task’s inherent sequence of functional (action) units
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Journal of Eye Movement Research 6 (5), 2013
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, 2018
Expectation violations in sensorimotor sequences: shifting from LTM‐based attentional selection to visual search
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1339 (1), 45-59, 2015
Task-irrelevant expectation violations in sequential manual actions: Evidence for a “check-after-surprise” mode of visual attention and eye-hand decoupling
RM Foerster
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1-12, 2016
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
Anticipatory eye movements in sensorimotor actions: on the role of guiding fixations during learning
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Cognitive Processing 16 (1), 227-231, 2015
Task-irrelevant features in visual working memory influence covert attention: Evidence from a partial report task
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Vision 3 (3), 42, 2019
“Looking-at-nothing” during sequential sensorimotor actions: Long-term memory-based eye scanning of remembered target locations
RM Foerster
Vision Research 144, 29-37, 2018
Long-term memory-based control of attention in multi-step tasks requires working memory: evidence from domain-specific interference
RM Foerster, E Carbone, WX Schneider
Frontiers in Psychology 5 (408), 1-8, 2014
Oculomotor capture by search-irrelevant features in visual working memory: on the crucial role of target–distractor similarity
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-14, 2020
Involuntarily attentional biases by visual working memory: Target-distractor similarity of search-irrelevant features matters
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Perception 48, 95-95, 2019
FuncSim Toolbox for MATLAB: Computation of eyetracking scanpath similarity
RM Foerster, WX Schneider
Bielefeld University, 2013
Eye movements during and after automatization of a high-speed stacking task: From sensory-based to memory-based saccadic programming
RM Foerster, E Carbone, H Koesling, WX Schneider
Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 2011
The function of “looking-at-nothing” for sequential sensorimotor tasks: Eye movements to remembered action-target locations
RM Foerster
Journal of Eye Movement Research 12 (2), 1-28, 2019
MovVis: A movement visualization toolbox for Matlab and Octave
RM Foerster
Bielefeld University, 2019
Virtual reality test of visual performance: Selective attention, processing speed, and working memory
C Behler, CH Poth, RM Foerster, WX Schneider, M Botsch
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