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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. Markus Huff

letzte Aktualisierung: 26.09.2019

Meitz, T. G. K., Meyerhoff, H. S. & Huff, M. (2019). Event related message processing: perceiving and remembering changes in films with and without soundtrack. Media Psychology, 1-31.

Papenmeier, F., Maurer, A. E. & Huff, M. (2019). Linguistic information in auditory dynamic events contributes to the detection of fine, not coarse event boundaries. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 15(1), 30-40.

Blömacher, K., Nöcker, G. & Huff, M. (2018). The role of system description for conditionally automated vehicles. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 54, 159-170.

Huff, M., Maurer, A. E., Brich, I., Pagenkopf, A., Wickelmaier, F. & Papenmeier, F. (2018). Construction and updating of event models in auditory event processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 44(2), 307-320.

Huff, M., Maurer, A. E. & Merkt, M. (2018). Producing gestures establishes a motor context for procedural learning tasks. Learning and Instruction, 58, 245-254.

Merkt, M. & Huff, M. (2018). Digitale Medien in der frühen Bildung. In J. Strohmer (Hrsg.), Psychologische Grundlagen für Fachkräfte in Kindergarten, Krippe und Hort (S. 333-338). Bern: Hogrefe.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Schwan, S. & Huff, M. (2018). Oculomotion mediates attentional guidance toward temporarily close objects. Visual Cognition, 26(3), 166-178.

Garsoffky, B., Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2017). Mind the gap: Temporal discontinuities in observed activity streams influence perceived duration of actions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24(5), 1627-1635.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F. & Huff, M. (2017). Studying visual attention using the multiple object tracking paradigm: A tutorial review. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79(5), 1255-1274.

Papenmeier, F., Meyerhoff, H. S., Brockhoff, A., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2017). Upside-down: Perceived space affects object-based attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 43(7), 1269-1274.

Sebastian, K., Ghose, T., Zacks, J. M. & Huff, M. (2017). Understanding the Individual Cognitive Potential of Persons with Intellectual Disability in Workshops for Adapted Work. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 31(2), 175-186.

Brockhoff, A. & Huff, M. (2016). All eyes on relevance: strategic allocation of attention as a result of feature-based task demands in multiple object tracking. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78(7), 2090-2109.

Brockhoff, A., Huff, M., Maurer, A. & Papenmeier, F. (2016). Seeing the unseen? Illusory causal fillings in FIFA referees, players, and novices. Cognitive Research, 1, No. 7.

Brockhoff, A., Papenmeier, F., Wolf, K., Pfeiffer, T., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2016). Viewpoint matters: Exploring the involvement of reference frames in multiple object tracking from a developmental perspective. Cognitive Development, 37, 1-8.

Meyerhoff, H. S. & Huff, M. (2016). Semantic congruency but not temporal synchrony enhances long-term memory performance for audio-visual scenes. Memory & Cognition, 44(3), 390-402.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2016). Not flexible enough: Exploring the temporal dynamics of attentional reallocations with the multiple object tracking paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 42(6), 776-787.

Huff, M. & Utz, S. (2015). Kommentar zum Memorandum zur Lage und zur Zukunft der Geschichte der Psychologie. Psychologische Rundschau, 66(3), 184.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2015). Distractor locations influence multiple object tracking beyond interobject spacing. Evidence from equidistant distractor displacements. Experimental Psychology, 62(3), 170-180.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Vanes, L. D. & Huff, M. (2015). Spatiotemporal predictability alters perceived duration of visual events: Memento effect revisited. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 41(3), 613-622.

Huff, M. & Maurer, A. E. (2014). Post-learning verbal information changes visual and motor memory for hand-manipulative tasks. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28(5), 772-779.

Huff, M., Meitz, T. G. K. & Papenmeier, F. (2014). Changes in situation models modulate processes of event perception in audiovisual narratives. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40(5), 1377-1388.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Schwan, S. & Huff, M. (2014). Interobject spacing explains the attentional bias toward interacting objects. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(2), 412-417.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Schwan, S. & Huff, M. (2014). Perceptual animacy: Visual search for chasing objects among distractors. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 40(2), 702-717.

Papenmeier, F. & Huff, M. (2014). Viewpoint-dependent representation of contextual information in visual working memory. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 76(3), 663-668.

Papenmeier, F., Meyerhoff, H. S., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2014). Tracking by location and features: Object correspondence across spatiotemporal discontinuities during multiple object tracking. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 40(1), 159-171.

Huff, M. & Papenmeier, F. (2013). It is time to integrate: The temporal dynamics of object motion and texture motion integration in multiple object tracking. Vision Research, 76, 25-30.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2013). Linking perceptual animacy to attention: Evidence from the chasing detection paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 39(4), 1003-1015.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F. & Huff, M. (2013). Object-based integration of motion information during attentive tracking. Perception, 42(1), 119-121.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F., Jahn, G. & Huff, M. (2013). A single unexpected change in target but not distractor motion impairs multiple object tracking. i-Perception, 4, 81-83.

Bauhoff, V., Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2012). Distance matters: Spatial contiguity effects as trade-off between gaze switches and memory load. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(6), 863-871.

Huff, M., Bauhoff, V. & Schwan, S. (2012). Effects of split attention revisited: A new display technology for troubleshooting tasks. Computers in Human Behavior, 28(4), 1254-1261.

Huff, M., Papenmeier, F. & Zacks, J. M. (2012). Visual target detection is impaired at event boundaries. Visual Cognition, 20(7), 848-864.

Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2012). Do not cross the line: Heuristic spatial updating in dynamic scenes. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19(6), 1065-1072.

Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2012). The verbal facilitation effect in learning to tie nautical knots. Learning and Instruction, 22(5), 376-385.

Jahn, G., Papenmeier, F., Meyerhoff, H. S. & Huff, M. (2012). Spatial reference in multiple object tracking. Experimental Psychology, 59(3), 163-173.

Jahn, G., Wendt, J., Lotze, M., Papenmeier, F. & Huff, M. (2012). Brain activation during spatial updating and attentive tracking of moving targets. Brain and Cognition, 78(2), 105-113.

Papenmeier, F., Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2012). Representation of dynamic spatial configurations in visual short-term memory. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74, 397 -415.

Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2011). Integrating information from two pictorial animations: Complexity and cognitive prerequisites influence performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25(6), 878-886.

Huff, M., Schwan, S. & Garsoffky, B. (2011). Recognizing dynamic scenes: Influence of processing orientation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 112(2), 429-439.

Huff, M., Schwan, S. & Garsoffky, B. (2011). When movement patterns turn into events: Implications for the recognition of spatial configurations from different viewpoints. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23(4), 476-484.

Meyerhoff, H. S., Huff, M., Papenmeier, F., Jahn, G. & Schwan, S. (2011). Continuous visual cues trigger automatic spatial target updating in dynamic scenes. Cognition, 121(1), 73-82.

Huff, M., Meyerhoff, H. S., Papenmeier, F. & Jahn, G. (2010). Spatial updating of dynamic scenes: Tracking multiple invisible objects across viewpoint changes. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72(3), 628-636.

Huff, M., Papenmeier, F., Jahn, G. & Hesse, F. W. (2010). Eye movements across viewpoint changes in multiple object tracking. Visual Cognition, 18(9), 1368-1391.

Papenmeier, F. & Huff, M. (2010). DynAOI: A tool for matching eye-movement data with dynamic areas of interest in animations and movies. Behavior Research Methods, 42(1), 179-187.

St. Clair, R., Huff, M. & Seiffert, A. E. (2010). Conflicting motion information impairs multiple object tracking. Journal of Vision, 10(4).

Garsoffky, B., Schwan, S. & Huff, M. (2009). Canonical views of dynamic scenes. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 35(1), 17-27.

Huff, M., Jahn, G. & Schwan, S. (2009). Tracking multiple objects across abrupt viewpoint changes. Visual Cognition, 17(3), 297-306.

Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2008). Verbalizing events: Overshadowing or facilitation? Memory & Cognition, 36(2), 392-402.

Schwan, S., Zahn, C., Wessel, D., Huff, M., Herrmann, N. & Reussner, E. (2008). Lernen in Museen und Ausstellungen - die Rolle digitaler Medien. Unterrichtswissenschaft, 36(2), 117-135.

Garsoffky, B., Huff, M. & Schwan, S. (2007). Changing viewpoints during dynamic events. Perception, 36(3), 366-374.

Huff, M., Schwan, S. & Garsoffky, B. (2007). The spatial representation of dynamic scenes - An integrative approach. In T. Barkowsky, M. Knauff, G. Ligozat & D. R. Montello (Eds.), Spatial Cognition V. Reasoning, action, interaction (pp. 140-155). Berlin: Springer.

Huff, M. (2006). Verbalisierungsprozesse bei dynamischen Szenen. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Informations- und Kognitionswissenschaften, Tübingen.



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