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J - Veröffentlichungen in Zeitschriften (62), R -Übersichtsarbeiten (3), C - Konferenzbeiträge (peer-reviewed) (9), B - Buchkapitel (1), Abstracts nicht aufgeführt

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2017 & in press

[J.62] J. Schomaker, D. Walper, B. Wittmann, W. Einhäuser. (2017). Attention in natural scenes: Affective-motivational factors guide gaze independently of visual salience. Vision Research, 133, 161-175. Daten

[J.61] W. Einhäuser, P. Methfessel, A. Bendixen. (2017). Newly acquired audio-visual associations bias perception in binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 133, 121-129. Daten

[J.60] P. Veto, W. Einhäuser, N.F. Troje. (2017). Biological motion distorts size perception. Scientific Reports, 7,  42576. Daten

[J.59] W. Einhäuser, S. Thomassen, A. Bendixen (2017). Using binocular rivalry to tag foreground sounds: towards an objective visual measure for auditory multistability. Journal of Vision, 17(1):34,1-19.

[J.58] M. Sarey Khanie, J. Stoll, W. Einhäuser, J. Wienold, M. Andersen. Gaze and discomfort glare, Part 1: Development of a gaze-driven photometry. Lighting Research and Technology. in press.

[B.1] W. Einhäuser. (2017). The pupil as marker of cognitive processes. In Q. Zhao (ed.), Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience of Vision. (pp. 141-169) Singapur: Springer-Verlag. 


[J.57] W. Einhäuser, A. Nuthmann. (2016). Salient in space - salient in time: fixation probability predicts fixation duration during natural scene viewing. Journal of Vision. 16(11):13, 1–17. Daten

[J.56] S. Dowiasch, B. Backasch, W. Einhäuser, D. Leube, T. Kircher, F. Bremmer. (2016). Eye movements of patients with schizophrenia in a natural environment. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. 266(1): 43-54.


[J.55] G. Kugler, B.M. 't Hart, S. Kohlbecher, W. Einhäuser, E. Schneider (2015) Gaze in visual search is guided more efficiently by positive cues than by negative cues. PLoS One. 10(12): e0145910. Daten

[J.54] G. Kugler, B.M. ’t Hart, S. Kohlbecher, K. Bartl, F. Schumann, W. Einhäuser, E. Schneider (2015) Visual search in the real world: Color vision deficiency affects peripheral guidance, but leaves foveal verification largely unaffected. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9:680.

[J.53] S. Krach, I. Kamp-Becker, W. Einhäuser, L. Müller-Pinzler, J. Sommer, S. Frässle, L. Rademacher, A. Jansen, V. Gazzola, F.M. Paulus (2015) Evidence from pupillometry and fMRI indicates reduced neural response during vicarious social pain but not physical pain in autism. Human Brain Mapping. 36(11):4730-4744.

[J.52] L. Müller-Pinzler, V. Gazzola, C. Keysers, J. Sommer, A. Jansen, S. Frässle, W. Einhäuser, F.M. Paulus, S. Krach (2015) Neural Pathways of Embarrassment and their Modulation by Social Anxiety. NeuroImage. 119:252-261.

[J.51] F.M. Paulus, S. Krach, M. Blanke, C. Roth, M. Belke, J. Sommer, L. Müller-Pinzler, K. Menzler, A. Jansen, F. Rosenow, F. Bremmer, W. Einhäuser, S. Knake (2015) Fronto-insula network activity explains emotional dysfunctions in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy: combined evidence from pupillometry and fMRI. Cortex. 65:219-231.

[J.50] S. Dowiasch, S. Marx, W. Einhäuser, F. Bremmer (2015) Effects of aging on eye movements in the real world. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9:46.

[J.49] A. Nuthmann, W. Einhäuser (2015) A new approach to modeling the influence of image features on fixation selection in scenes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1339:82-96.

[J.48] S. Marx, G. Gruenhage, D. Walper, U. Rutishauser, W. Einhäuser (2015) Competition with and without priority control: linking rivalry to attention through winner-take-all networks with memory. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1339:138-153.

[R.3] W.X. Schneider, W. Einhäuser, G. Horstmann (2015) Introduction to Competitive Visual Processing Across Space and Time: Attention, Memory, and Prediction. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1339:v-viii.

[J.47] J. Stoll, M. Thrun, A. Nuthmann, W. Einhäuser (2015) Overt attention in natural scenes: objects dominate features. Vision Research. 107:36-48.

[J.46] S. Marx, W. Einhäuser (2015) Reward modulates perception in binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 15(1):11.


[J.45] S. Marx, O. Hansen-Goos, M. Thrun, W. Einhäuser (2014) Rapid serial processing of natural scenes: color modulates detection, but neither recognition nor the attentional blink. Journal of Vision, 14(14):4. Daten

[J.44] S. Frässle, J. Sommer, A. Jansen, M. Naber, W. Einhäuser (2014) Binocular rivalry - frontal activity relates to introspection and action, but not to perception. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(5):1738-1747.


[J.43] J. Stoll, C. Chatelle, O. Carter, C. Koch, S. Laureys, W. Einhäuser (2013) Pupil responses allow communication in locked-in syndrome patients. Current Biology, 25(15):R647-R648.

[J.42] M. Naber, J. Stoll, W. Einhäuser, O. Carter  (2013) How to become a mentalist: Reading decisions from a competitor's pupil can be achieved without training but requires instruction. PLoS One, 8(8):e73302.

[J.41] B.M. 't Hart, H.C.E.F. Schmidt, I. Klein-Harmeyer, W. Einhäuser (2013) Attention in natural scenes: contrast affects rapid visual processing and fixations alike. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 368(1628):20130067.

[R.2] W.X. Schneider, W. Einhäuser, G. Horstmann (2013) Introduction: Attentional selection in visual perception, memory and action: a quest for cross-domain integration. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 368(1628):20130053.

[J.40] B.M. 't Hart, H.C.E.F. Schmidt, C. Roth, W. Einhäuser (2013) Fixations on objects in natural scenes: dissociating importance from salience. Frontiers in Psychology, 4:455.

[J.39] M. Naber, S. Frässle, U. Rutishauser, W. Einhäuser. (2013) Pupil size signals novelty and predicts later retrieval success for declarative memories of natural scenes. Journal of Vision, 13(2):11.

[C.9] O. Damm, K. Malchus, P. Jaecks, S. Krach, F. Paulus, M. Naber, A. Jansen, I. Kamp-Becker, W. Einhäuser-Treyer, P. Stenneken, B. Wrede (2013) Different gaze behavior in human-robot interaction in Asperger's syndrome: An eye-tracking study. Proceedings 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2013), pp.368-369.

[C.8] M. Sarey Khanie, J. Stoll, S. Mende, J. Wienold, W. Einhäuser, M. Andersen (2013). Investigation of gaze patterns in daylit workplaces: using eye-tracking methods to objectify view direction as a function of lighting conditions. In Proc. of CIE Centenary Conference ”Towards a New Century of Light”, p. 250-259.


[J.38] S. Marx, G. Respondek, M. Stamelou, S. Dowiasch, J. Stoll, F. Bremmer, W.H. Oertel, G.U. Höglinger, W. Einhäuser (2012) Validation of mobile eye tracking as novel and efficient means for differentiating progressive supranuclear palsy from Parkinson’s disease. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 6:88.

[J.37]  B.M. 't Hart, W. Einhäuser (2012) Mind the step: complementary effects of an implicit task on eye and head movements in real-life gaze allocation. Experimental Brain Research, 223(2):233-249.

[J.36] M. Naber, M. Hilger, W. Einhäuser (2012) Animal detection and identification in natural scenes: Image statistics and emotional valence. Journal of Vision, 12(1):25.


[J.35] K. Preuschoff, B.M. 't Hart, W. Einhäuser (2011) Pupil dilation signals surprise: evidence for noradrenaline’s role in decision making. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 5:115.

[J.34] B.M. 't Hart, T.G.J. Abresch, W. Einhäuser (2011) Faces in Places: Humans and Machines Make Similar Face-Detection Errors. PLoS One, 6(10): e25373.

[J.33] M. Naber, S. Frässle, W. Einhäuser (2011) Perceptual Rivalry: Reflexes Reveal the Gradual Nature of Visual Awareness. PLoS One, 6(6): e20910.

[J.32] M. Naber, T.A. Carlson, F.A.J. Verstraten, W. Einhäuser (2011) Perceptual benefits of objecthood. Journal of Vision, 11:4.8.

[C.7] J. Stoll, S. Kohlbecher, S. Marx, E. Schneider, W. Einhäuser (2011) Mobile three dimensional gaze tracking. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics .  163:616-622.


[J.31] I.A.M. Beets, B.M. 't Hart, F. Rösler, D.Y.P. Henriques, W. Einhäuser, K. Fiehler (2010) Online action-to-perception transfer: only percept-dependent action affects perception. Vision Research, 50(24):2633-2641.

[R.1] W. Einhäuser, P. König (2010) Getting Real - Sensory Processing of Natural Stimuli. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 20(3):389-395.

[J.30] M. Naber, G. Gruenhage, W. Einhäuser (2010) Tri-stable stimuli reveal interactions among subsequent percepts: rivalry is biased by perceptual history. Vision Research, 50:818-828.

[J.29] W. Einhäuser, C. Koch, O. Carter (2010) Pupil dilation betrays the timing of decisions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4:18.


[J.28] B.M. 't Hart, J. Vockeroth, F. Schumann, K. Bartl, E. Schneider, P. König, W. Einhäuser (2009) Gaze allocation in natural stimuli: comparing free exploration to head-fixed viewing conditions. Visual Cognition 17(6):1132-1158.

[J.27] S. Engmann, B.M. 't Hart, T. Sieren, S. Onat, P. König, W. Einhäuser. (2009) Saliency on a natural-scene background: Effects of color- and luminance-contrast add linearly.  Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 71(6):1337-1352.

[J.26] G.T.N. Mundhenk, W. Einhäuser, L. Itti. (2009) Automatic Computation of an Image's Statistical Surprise Predicts Performance of Human Observers on a Natural Image Detection Task. Vision Research 49(13):1620-1637.

[J.25] A. Açik, S. Onat, F. Schumann, W. Einhäuser, P. König. (2009) Effects of luminance contrast and its modifications on fixation behavior during free viewing of images from different categories. Vision Research 49(12):1541-1553.

[J.24] W. Einhäuser,  G.U. Moeller, F. Schumann, J. Conradt, J. Vockeroth, K. Bartl,  E. Schneider, P. König (2009) Eye-head coordination during free exploration in human and cat. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1164:353-366.

[J.23] W. Einhäuser,  F. Schumann, J. Vockeroth, K. Bartl, M. Cerf, J. Harel, E. Schneider, P. König (2009) Distinct roles for eye and head movements in selecting salient image parts during natural exploration. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1164:188-193.

[C.6] M. Cerf, J. Harel, A. Huth, W. Einhäuser, C. Koch. (2009) Decoding what people see from where they look: predicting visual stimuli from scanpaths.  Attention in Cognitive Systems. LNCS 5395. Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg. pp. 15-26.


[J.22] A.Y.J. Yao, W. Einhäuser. Colour aids late but not early stages of rapid natural scene recognition.  Journal of Vision, 8(16):12,1-13.

[J.21] W. Einhäuser*, M. Spain*, P. Perona  (2008) Objects predict fixations better than early saliency. Journal of Vision, 8(14):18,1-26.[*M.S. and W.E. contributed equally]

[J.20] F. Schumann, W. Einhäuser(-Treyer), J. Vockeroth, K. Bartl, E. Schneider, P. König (2008) Salient features in gaze-aligned recordings of human visual input during free exploration of natural environments. Journal of Vision, 8(14):12,1-17.

[J.19] C. Wilimzig, N. Tsuchiya, M. Fahle, W. Einhäuser, C. Koch (2008) Spatial attention increases performance but not subjective confidence in a discrimination task. Journal of Vision 8(5):7,1-10.

[J.18] W. Einhäuser, J. Stout, C. Koch, O. Carter (2008) Pupil dilation reflects perceptual selection and predicts subsequent stability in perceptual rivalry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 105(5):1704-1709. Comment by Hupe et al.: 105(28):E43. Reply: 105(28):E44.

[J.17] W. Einhäuser, U. Rutishauser, C. Koch (2008) Task-demands can immediately reverse the effects of sensory-driven saliency in complex visual stimuli Journal of Vision 8(2):2,1-19.

[C.5] Y. Moh, W. Einhäuser, J. M. Buhmann (2008) Automatic Detection of Learnability under Unreliable and Sparse User Feedback.  Pattern Recognition: 30th DAGM Symposium, Munich, Germany, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) pp. 224-233.

[C.4] M. Cerf, J. Harel, W. Einhäuser, C. Koch (2008)  Predicting human gaze using low-level saliency combined with face detection. Advances in Neural Information Processing (NIPS) 2007 20:241-248.


[J.16] W. Einhäuser, F. Schumann, S. Bardins, K. Bartl, G. Böning, E. Schneider, P. König (2007) Human Eye-Head Coordination in Natural Exploration. Network: Computation in Neural Systems 18(3):267-297. [ color figures]

[J.15] M. Cerf, D.R. Cleary, R.J. Peters, W. Einhäuser, C. Koch (2007) Observers are Consistent when Rating Image Conspicuity. Vision Research 47(27):3052-3060.

[J.14] W. Einhäuser, T.N. Mundhenk, P. Baldi, C. Koch, L. Itti (2007) A bottom-up model of spatial attention predicts human error patterns in rapid scene recognition. Journal of Vision 7(10):6, 1-13.

[J.13] H.P. Frey, P. König and W. Einhäuser (2007) The Role of First- and Second-Order Stimulus Features for Human Overt Attention. Perception and Psychophysics 69:153-161.

[J.12] W. Einhäuser, C. Koch, and S. Makeig (2007) The duration of the attentional blink in natural scenes depends on stimulus category. Vision Research 47:597-607.


[J.11] W. Einhäuser, U. Rutishauser, E.P. Frady, S. Nadler, P. König and C. Koch (2006) The Relation of Phase-noise and Luminance-Contrast to Overt Attention in Complex Visual Stimuli. Journal of Vision 6(11):1148-1158.

[J.10] W. Einhäuser, W. Kruse, K.-P. Hoffmann and P. König (2006) Differences of Monkey and Human Overt Attention under Natural Conditions. Vision Research 46(8-9):1194-1209.


[J.9] J. Hipp, W. Einhäuser, J. Conradt, and P. König (2005) Learning of somatosensory representations for texture discrimination using a temporal coherence principle. Network: Computation in Neural Systems 16(2-3):223-238.

[J.8] W. Einhäuser, J. Hipp, J. Eggert, E. Körner and P. König (2005) Learning viewpoint invariant object representations using a temporal coherence principle. Biological Cybernetics 93(1):79-90.


[J.7] W. Einhäuser, K.A.C. Martin and P. König (2004) Are switches in perception of the Necker cube related to eye-position? European Journal of Neuroscience 20(10):2811-2818.

[J.6] B.Y. Betsch, W. Einhäuser, K.P. Körding,and P. König. (2004) The world from a cat's perspective - statistics of natural videos. Biological Cybernentics 90:41-50. CatCam-Datenbank

[J.5] K.P. Körding, C. Kayser, W. Einhäuser and P. König. (2004) How are complex cell properties adapted to the statistics of natural stimuli? Journal of Neurophysiology 91(1):206-212.


[J.4] W. Einhäuser, C. Kayser, K.P. Körding and P. König. (2003) Learning distinct and complementary feature-selectivities from natural colour videos. Reviews in the Neurosciences 14:43-52.

[J.3] W. Einhäuser and P. König. (2003) Does luminance-contrast contribute to a saliency map for overt visual attention? European Journal of Neuroscience 17(5):1089-1097.

[J.2] C. Kayser, W. Einhäuser and P. König. (2003) Temporal correlations of orientations in natural scenes. Neurocomputing 52:117-123.


[J.1] W. Einhäuser, C. Kayser, P. König and K. P. Körding.(2002) Learning the invariance properties of complex cells from their responses to natural stimuli. European Journal of Neuroscience 15(3):475-486.

[C.3] W. Einhäuser, C. Kayser, K.P. Körding and P. König. (2002) Learning Multiple Feature Representations from Natural Image Sequences. In J.R. Dorronsoro (ed.) Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 2002, LNCS 2415, pp.21-26 Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York.


[C.2] C. Kayser, W. Einhäuser, O. Dümmer, P. König and K. P. Körding. (2001) Extracting slow subspaces from natural videos leads to complex cells. In G. Dorffner, H. Bischoff & K. Hornik (eds.) Artificial Neural Networks - (ICANN) 2001, LNCS 2130, pp.1075-1080. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York.


[C.1] M. Weber, W. Einhäuser, M. Welling and P. Perona. (2000) Viewpoint-Invariant Learning and Detection of Human Heads. Proc. 4th Int. Conf. Autom. Face and Gesture Rec. (FG2000)