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Sebastian Pannasch
Sebastian Pannasch
Engineering Psychology and Applied Cognitive Research, Technische Universtät Dresden
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Time course of information processing during scene perception: The relationship between saccade amplitude and fixation duration
PJA Unema, S Pannasch, M Joos, BM Velichkovsky
Visual cognition 12 (3), 473-494, 2005
4082005
Detection of isolated covert saccades with the video head impulse test in peripheral vestibular disorders
A Blödow, S Pannasch, LE Walther
Auris Nasus Larynx 40 (4), 348-351, 2013
2052013
Two visual systems and their eye movements: Evidence from static and dynamic scene perception
BM Velichkovsky, M Joos, JR Helmert, S Pannasch
Proceedings of the XXVII conference of the cognitive science society 1, 2005, 2005
1922005
Experiencing art: the influence of expertise and painting abstraction level
E Pihko, A Virtanen, VM Saarinen, S Pannasch, L Hirvenkari, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 5, 94, 2011
1842011
Visual fixation durations and saccade amplitudes: Shifting relationship in a variety of conditions
S Pannasch, JR Helmert, K Roth, AK Herbold, H Walter
Journal of Eye Movement Research 2 (2), 2008
1732008
Virtual friend or threat? The effects of facial expression and gaze interaction on psychophysiological responses and emotional experience
F Schrammel, S Pannasch, ST Graupner, A Mojzisch, BM Velichkovsky
Psychophysiology 46 (5), 922-931, 2009
1542009
Towards a driver fatigue test based on the saccadic main sequence: A partial validation by subjective report data
LL Di Stasi, R Renner, A Catena, JJ Canas, BM Velichkovsky, ...
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 21 (1), 122-133, 2012
1492012
Saccadic peak velocity sensitivity to variations in mental workload
LL Di Stasi, R Renner, P Staehr, JR Helmert, BM Velichkovsky, JJ Cañas, ...
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 81 (4), 413-417, 2010
1242010
Visual fixations and level of attentional processing
BM Velichkovsky, SM Dornhoefer, S Pannasch, PJA Unema
Proceedings of the 2000 symposium on eye tracking research & applications, 79-85, 2000
1142000
Effect of direct eye contact in PTSD related to interpersonal trauma: an fMRI study of activation of an innate alarm system
C Steuwe, JK Daniels, PA Frewen, M Densmore, S Pannasch, T Beblo, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (1), 88-97, 2014
1132014
The omnipresent prolongation of visual fixations: saccades are inhibited by changes in situation and in subject's activity
S Pannasch, SM Dornhoefer, PJA Unema, BM Velichkovsky
Vision Research 41 (25-26), 3345-3351, 2001
1122001
The effects of self-involvement on attention, arousal, and facial expression during social interaction with virtual others: A psychophysiological study
A Mojzisch, L Schilbach, JR Helmert, S Pannasch, BM Velichkovsky, ...
Social neuroscience 1 (3-4), 184-195, 2006
1092006
The maturation of eye movement behavior: Scene viewing characteristics in children and adults
A Helo, S Pannasch, L Sirri, P Rämä
Vision research 103, 83-91, 2014
992014
Attentional dynamics during free picture viewing: Evidence from oculomotor behavior and electrocortical activity
T Fischer, ST Graupner, BM Velichkovsky, S Pannasch
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7, 17, 2013
692013
Have an eye on the buckled cucumber: An eye tracking study on visually suboptimal foods
JR Helmert, C Symmank, S Pannasch, H Rohm
Food Quality and Preference 60, 40-47, 2017
652017
Distractor effect and saccade amplitudes: Further evidence on different modes of processing in free exploration of visual images
S Pannasch, BM Velichkovsky
Visual Cognition 17 (6-7), 1109-1131, 2009
652009
Feature-specific information processing precedes concerted activation in human visual cortex
P Ramkumar, M Jas, S Pannasch, R Hari, L Parkkonen
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (18), 7691-7699, 2013
632013
On the control of visual fixation durations in free viewing of complex images
S Pannasch, J Schulz, BM Velichkovsky
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (4), 1120-1132, 2011
612011
Surprise, surprise: Two distinct components in the visually evoked distractor effect
ST Graupner, BM Velichkovsky, S Pannasch, J Marx
Psychophysiology 44 (2), 251-261, 2007
552007
Social communication with virtual agents: The effects of body and gaze direction on attention and emotional responding in human observers
L Marschner, S Pannasch, J Schulz, ST Graupner
International Journal of Psychophysiology 97 (2), 85-92, 2015
522015
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