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Christian Seegelke
Christian Seegelke
Department of Psychology & Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Salzburg
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Motor planning and execution in left-and right-handed individuals during a bimanual grasping and placing task
CML Hughes, P Reißig, C Seegelke
Acta Psychologica 138 (1), 111-118, 2011
452011
An investigation into manual asymmetries in grasp behavior and kinematics during an object manipulation task
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, T Schack
Experimental Brain Research 215 (1), 65-75, 2011
382011
The influence of initial and final precision on motor planning: individual differences in end-state comfort during unimanual grasping and placing
CM Lee Hughes, C Seegelke, T Schack
Journal of Motor Behavior 44 (3), 195-201, 2012
372012
Corrections in grasp posture in response to modifications of action goals
CML Hughes, C Seegelke, MA Spiegel, C Oehmichen, J Hammes, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e43015, 2012
202012
Cognitive representation of human action: Theory, applications, and perspectives
C Seegelke, T Schack
Frontiers in public health 4, 24, 2016
192016
Grasp posture planning during multi-segment object manipulation tasks—Interaction between cognitive and biomechanical factors
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, A Knoblauch, T Schack
Acta Psychologica 144 (3), 513-521, 2013
192013
Whole-body posture planning in anticipation of a manual prehension task: Prospective and retrospective effects
WM Land, DA Rosenbaum, C Seegelke, T Schack
Acta psychologica 144 (2), 298-307, 2013
172013
Effects of stimulus cueing on bimanual grasp posture planning
CML Hughes, C Seegelke, P Reißig, C Schütz
Experimental brain research 219 (3), 391-401, 2012
172012
Compatibility between physical stimulus size and left-right responses: small is left and large is right
P Wühr, C Seegelke
Journal of Cognition 1 (1), 2018
162018
Individual differences in motor planning during a multi-segment object manipulation task
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, C Schütz, T Schack
Experimental brain research 222 (1), 125-136, 2012
162012
Posture based motor planning in a sequential grasping task
BE Studenka, C Seegelke, C Schütz, T Schack
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (2), 89-95, 2012
112012
External location of touch is constructed post-hoc based on limb choice
F Maij, C Seegelke, WP Medendorp, T Heed
elife 9, e57804, 2020
102020
The influence of reducing intermediate target constraints on grasp posture planning during a three-segment object manipulation task
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, A Knoblauch, T Schack
Experimental Brain Research 233 (2), 529-538, 2015
102015
Interlimb coordination during a cooperative bimanual object manipulation task
CML Hughes, B Mäueler, H Tepper, C Seegelke
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 18 (6), 693-709, 2013
92013
The influence of action possibility and end-state comfort on motor imagery of manual action sequences
C Seegelke, CML Hughes
Brain and cognition 101, 12-16, 2015
82015
Manual (a) symmetries in grasp posture planning: a short review
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, T Schack
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1480, 2014
82014
Visuomotor priming of action preparation and motor programming is similar in visually guided and memory-guided actions
C Seegelke, I Güldenpenning, J Dettling, T Schack
Neuropsychologia 91, 1-8, 2016
72016
Simulating my own or others action plans?–Motor representations, not visual representations are recalled in motor memory
C Seegelke, CML Hughes, T Schack
PLoS One 8 (12), e84662, 2013
72013
Perturbations in action goal influence bimanual grasp posture planning
CML Hughes, C Seegelke
Journal of Motor Behavior 45 (6), 473-478, 2013
72013
Problems in planning bimanually incongruent grasp postures relate to simultaneous response specification processes
CML Hughes, C Seegelke, P Reissig
Brain and cognition 87, 22-29, 2014
62014
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