media & peer commentary

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Setting and changing feature priorities in Visual Short-Term Memory
(2017, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review) [pdf]

Blog highlight by Stephan Lewandowsky at psychonomics.org:
Fortifying memory after encoding: Internal and external attention and visual short-term memory. [link]

Attentional tradeoffs maintain the tracking of moving objects across saccades
(2015, Journal of Neurophysiology) [pdf]

Peer commentary in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience:
Gallagher, K. (2016). Commentary: Attentional tradeoffs maintain the tracking of moving objects across saccades. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 9, 188. [link]

Visual adaptation of the perception of causality
(2013, Current Biology) [pdf]

Press releases:
Bernstein Network press release [english] [german]
Humboldt University press release [english] [german]
New York University press release [english]
University of Konstanz press release [german]
Université Paris Descartes press release [french]

Beim Sehen erkennen - Warum wir laut Martin Rolfs ohne höhere Denkprozesse Entscheidungen treffen
Interview mit Martin Rolfs in der Landshuter Zeitung [german]

Some more media coverage:
dasgehirn.info [german]
Futurity [english]
NeuroscienceStuff [english]
Science Daily [english]
EU Marie Curie Actions News [english]
Scinexx [german]
Jochen Ebmeier [german]
Ärzteblatt [german]
Marburger Bund Zeitung [german]
Spektrum.de [german]
innovations report [english]
Le Scienze [italian]
academics.com [english]

Emmy Noether Grant to Martin Rolfs

Press releases:
Bernstein network press release [english] [german]
Humboldt University press release [german]

Interview mit Deutschlandradio Kultur (im Gespräch mit Liane von Billerbeck, Radiofeuilleton, 01.10.2012)
Heute startet ein Forschungsprojekt zu Wahrnehmung und Aufmerksamkeit in Berlin [german]

Predictive remapping of attention across eye movements
(2011, Nature Neuroscience) [pdf]

News and Views in Nature Neuroscience:
Krauzlis, R. J. & Nummela, S. U. (2011). Attention points to the future. Nature Neuroscience, 14, 130-131. [link]

Recommendation by the Faculty of 1000:
Faculty of 1000 evaluations, dissents and comments [link]

Press releases:
New York University press release [english]
Ludwig Maximilian Universität Munich press release [german] [english]

National Public Radio's Science Friday feature:
Video "Priming the mind's eye" by Flora Lichtman (double-click to watch): [link]

Radio feature "Looking At What The Eyes See" with Ira Flatow and Flora Lichtman: [link]

Some more media coverage:
Science Daily [english]
myScience [german]
Münchner ärztliche Anzeigen [german]
Research in Germany - Land of Ideas [english]
Health jockey [english]
DailyTech [english]
SynchroSpace.com [english]

Visual stability based on remapping of attention pointers
(2010, Trends in Cognitive Sciences) [pdf]

Peer commentary in Trends in Cognitive Sciences:
Mayo, J. P. & Sommer, M. A. (2010). Shifting attention to neurons. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14. 389. [link]
Melcher, D. (2010). The missing link for attention pointers: comment on Cavanagh et al. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 473. [link]

Our replies:
Cavanagh, P., Hunt, A. R., Afraz, A., & Rolfs, M. (2010). Attention Pointers: Response to Mayo and Sommer. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 390-391. [pdf]
Cavanagh, P., Hunt, A. R., Afraz, A., & Rolfs, M. (2010). Attentional Pointers: Response to Melcher. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 474-475. [pdf]

A neural mechanism for fixation instability
(2009, Science, E-Letter) [pdf]

Peer commentary in Science (E-Letters):
Hafed, Z. M., Krauzlis, R. J., & Goffart, L. (2009). Reply to M. Rolfs' E-Letter. Science. (E Letter, 2 Jun 2009), http://science.sciencemag.org/content/323/5916/940/tab-e-letters/. [link]

Microsaccades are an index of covert attention
(2007, Psychological Science) [pdf]

Peer commentary in Psychological Science:
Horowitz, T. S., Fine, E. M., Fencsik, D. E., Yurgenson, S., & Wolfe, J. M. (2007). Microsaccades and Attention: Does a Weak Correlation Make an Index?: Reply to Laubrock, Engbert, Rolfs, and Kliegl (2007). Psychological Science, 18, 367-368. [link]

Microsaccade orientation supports attentional enhancement opposite to a peripheral cue
(2004, Psychological Science) [pdf]

Peer commentary in Psychological Science:
Tse, P. U., Sheinberg, D. S., & Logothetis, N. K. (2004). The distribution of microsaccade directions need not reveal the location of attention. Psychological Science, 15, 708-710. [link]