Boris Velichkovsky

Institute of Psychology III
Engineering Psychology and Applied Cognitive Research
Technische Universität Dresden
01069 Dresden

Tel.: +49 351 463 34750 Sekr.
Fax:  +49 351 463 37741
boris.velichkovsky@tu-dresden.de

Visiting Address
Office Building Zellescher Weg (BZW)
Zellescher Weg 17
Room A221

Velichkovsky

Research Interests

Levels of cognitive organisation
Levels-of-processing effects in memory tasks
Perception and attention
Hierarchical control of eye movements
Visualisation of subjectives views of complex scenes and images
Joint attention effects in (tele-) communication
Human-computer interaction and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)


 

Projects

DFG Project: Event related prolongations of the fixation duration
European Network of Excellence: COGAIN - Communication by Gaze Interaction
EU FP6 NEST - Pathfinder Project: PERCEPT - Perceptual Consciousness – Explication and Testing Coordinator
EU FP6 NEST - Pathfinder Project: MINET - Measuring the Impossible NETwork
Bidirectional See-Through OLED Microdisplay (Project ZOOM) - realize fully integrated attention-sensitive optoelectronic systems based on silicon nanoelectronics


 

Awards and honors

Member of 6 editorial boards; Keynote addresses at the International Congress of Psychology in Brussels (1992), at the International Congress of Applied Psychology in Madrid (1994) and at CHI'96 (Vancouver, 1996); Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Bonn, Bad Godesberg), Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF, Bielefeld), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (Ottawa), Konrad-Lorenz-Foundation (Vienna), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Tokyo). Member of the executive comittee of the International Association of Applied Psychology. President of the division of Applied Cognitive Psychology of the IAAP.


 

Teaching (available only in German)

Lectures

Ingenieurpsychologie und Kognitive Ergonomie I: Einführung und wissenschaftliche Grundlagen
Ingenieurpsychologie und Kognitive Ergonomie II: Perspektiven des Menschen im technologischen Wandel
Einführung in die Allgemeine Psychologie und Kognitionswissenschaft

Sminare

Angewandte Kognitionsforschung und Mensch-Computer-Interaktion


 

Publications

Books and edited volumes

Luria, A.R., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Zinchenko, V.B. (1973). Psychology of perception. Moscow: Moscow University Publishing House (in Russian) [The book has been translated into Chech and Spanish].

Velichkovsky, B.M., Vuchetich, G.G. & Zinchenko, V.P. (1980). The functional structure of visual memory. Moscow: Moscow University Publishing House (in Russian).

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1982). Contemporary cognitive psychology. Moscow: Moscow University Publishing House (in Russian) [The book has been translated into French and Spanish].

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1988). Wissen und Handeln. [Knowledge and activity] Berlin/Weinheim: Deutsche Verlag der Wissenschaften und VCH Verlagsgesellschaft.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Zelichenko, A.I., Eds., (1990). Computers and cognition: Essays on cognitology. Moscow: Nauka (in Russian).

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Rumbaugh, D.M., Eds., (1996). Communicating meaning: The evolution and development of language. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Liskowski, R., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Wünschmann, W., Eds., (1997). Usability Engineering. Stuttgart: Teubner.

Challis, B.H. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (1999). Stratification in cognition and consciousness. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins

Craik, F.I.M. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (in Vorbereitung). Levels of cognitive organization. New York: Oxford University Press.

Recent articles and chapters (since 1994)

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). The levels endeavourin psychology and cognitive science. P. Bertelson, P. Eelen & G. d'Ydewalle(Eds.), International perspectives on psychological science: Leadingthemes. Hove, UK/Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & A.H.C. Van der Heijden(1994). Space as reference signal? Elaborate it in-depth! Behavioraland Brain Sciences. 17(2), 337-338.

Bridgeman, B., Van der Heijden, A.H.C. &Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). A theory of visual stability across saccadiceye movements. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 17(2), 247-258.

Bridgeman, B., Van der Heijden, A.H.C. &Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). How our world remains stable despite disturbinginfluences. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 17(2), 282-292.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). Sprache, Evolutionund die funktionelle Organisation des menschlichen Erkentnisses. In H.-J.Kornad,J.Grabowsky, R.Mangold-Allwin (Eds.). Sprache und Kognition: Perspektivenmoderner Sprachpsychologie. Frankfurt: Spektrum.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). Ebenen der kognitivenOrganisation: Auf der Suche nach experimenteller Begründung. In K.Pawlik(Hrg.), Abstracts des 39. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft fürPsychologie, 25-29.September (S.748), Hamburg.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Reingold, E. & Stampe,D. (1994). Communicative fixations: "Joint attention" support for cooperativeproblem solving. In Abstracts der Tagung der experimentell-arbeitendenPsychologen, 27-29 März, München.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). Towards pragmaticsof human-robot interaction. In Proceedings of the 23d InternationalCongress of Applied Psychology, Madrid.

Pomplun, M., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Ritter,H. (1994). An artificial neural network for high precision eye movementtracking. In B.Nebel & L.Drescher-Fischer (Eds.), Lectures notesin artificial intelligence. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1994). Die funktionaleOrganisation der menschlichen Intelligenz. In G.Cyranek & W.Coy (Hrsg.),Die maschinelle Kunst des Denkens: Perspektiven und Grenzen der KünstlichenIntelligenz. Braunschweig/Wiesbaden: Vieweg & Sohn Verlagsgesellschaft.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1995). Communicating attention:Gaze position transfer in cooperative problem solving. Pragmatics andCognition, 3(2), 199-222.

Raeithel, A., Velichkovsky, B.M. (1995), Jointattention and co-construction of tasks. B.Nardi (Ed.), Contex and consciousness:Activity theory and human-computer interaction. Cambridge,MA: MIT Press.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1995). Wahrnehmung undAufmerksamkeit. In H.-P.Willumheit & H.Kolrep (Hrsg.). Verläßlichkeitvon Mensch-Maschine-Systemen.Berlin: Verlag der TU Berlin.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Challis, B.H. & Pomplun,M. (1995). Arbeitsgedächtnis und Arbeit mit dem Gedächtnis: Visuell-räumlicheund weitere Komponente der Verarbeitung. Zeitschrift für experimentellePsychologie. Band XLII (Heft 4), 672-701.

Kurz, E. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (1996).Karl und Charlotte Bühler in Dresden: A chapter in the history of German and international psychology. Download full article

Challis, B.H., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Craik,F.I.M. (1996). Levels-of-processing effects on a variety of memory tasks:New findings and theoretical implications. Consciousness & Cognition,5(1/2), 142-164.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Hansen, J.P. (1996).New technological windows into mind: There is more in eyes and brains for human-computer interaction. In CHI-96: Human factors in computing systems. NY: ACM Press. Download full article

Velichkovsky B.M. (1996), Language developmentat the crossroad of biological and cultural interactions. In: Velichkovsky,B.M. & Rumbaugh, D.M. (Eds.), Communicating meaning: The evolutionand development of language. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Velichkovsky,B.M. (1996). Old controversies and new opportunities in the investigation of cognitive organization.International Journal of Psychology, 31(3-4), 2341-2343.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Pomplun, M. & Rieser. H.(1996). Attention and communication: Eye-movement-based research paradigms.In W.H.Zangemeister, S.Stiel & C.Freksa (Eds.). Visual attentionand cognition. Amsterdam/New York: Elsevier Science Publisher.

Pomplun, M., Ritter, H. & Velichkovsky,B.M. (1996). Disambiguating complex visual information: Towards communication of personal views of a scene. Perception, 25(8), 931-948. Link to abstract

Bridgeman, B., Van der Heijden, A.H.C. &Velichkovsky, B.M. (1996). Saccadic suppression and space constancy.Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19(3), 553-555.

Volke,H.-J., Velichkovsky, B.M., Dettmar, P., Richter, P., Rudolf, M. &Klemm, T. (1996). Functional brain connections revealed by evokedcoherence of EEG components. Psychophysiology, 33(1), 887-888.

Volke, H.-J., Velichkovsky, B.M., Dettmar, P. & Klemm, T. (1996).Imaging functional brain connections in stimulus processing revealed by evoked coherence of EEG components.Psychophysiology, 33(1), 87-89.Suppl. 1.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). The "mess"approach to human memory: How much of cognitive psychology has to be thrownaway? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20(1), 39.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Klemm, T., Dettmar, P.& Volke, H.-J. (1996). Evozierte Kohärenz des EEG: II. Kommunikationder Hirnareale und Verarbeitungstiefe. Zeitschrift füe Elekroenzephalographie,Elektromyographie und verwandte Gebiete, 27, 111-119.

Pomplun, M. Rieser, H., Ritter, H. & Velichkovsky,B.M. (1996). Augenbewegungen als kognitionswissenschaftlicher Forschungsgegenstand. In R.H.Kluwe (Hrsg.), Kognitionswissenschaft: Strukturen und Prozesse intelligenter Systeme. Wiesbaden:  DeutscherUniversitätsverlag.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). Levels-of-processingversus Ebenen der kognitiven Organisation: Neuere psychologische und neurobiologischeBefunde. In H.Mandl (Hrsg.), Bericht des Münchener Kongresses derDGP, Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Sprenger, A. (1997). Auf dem Weg zurBlickmaus: Die Beeinflussung der Fixationsdauer durch kognitive und kommunikative Aufgaben. In R.Liskowsky,B.M.Velichkovsky & W.Wünschmann (Hrgs.), Usability Engineering. Stuttgart: Teubner.

Cosmides, L., Tooby, J. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). Biology and psychology. In P.Weingart, S.D.Mitchell, P.J.Richerson & S.Maasen (Eds.), Human by nature: Between biology and social sciences. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Maryanski, A.M. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). Biological and cultural parameters of language: New strategies and a collision of paradigms. In P.Weingart, S.D.Mitchell, P.J.Richerson & S.Maasen (Eds.), Human by nature: Between biology and social sciences. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Sprenger, A. & Unema, P. (1997): Towards gaze-mediated interaction: Collecting solutions of the "Midas touch problem".In S.Howard, J.Hammond & G.Lindgaard (Eds.), Human-Computer Interaction: INTERACT'97 (Sydney, July 14-18th), London: Chapman & Hall.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Van der Veer, G. (1997).Work at the information age: Challenges and opportunities for psychologicalresearch. In F.Avallone, J.Arnold & K.de Witte (Eds.). Feeling workin Europe. (pp.331-339). Milano: Edizioni Angelo Guerini e Associati.

Vertegaal, R., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Van der Veer, G. (1997). Catching the eye: Management of joint attention in cooperative work.ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 29(4), 87-99.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). On the varietyof "deictic" codes: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20(4), 757-759.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1997). Levels-of processing versus Ebenen der kognitiven Organisation: Neuere psychologische und neurobiologische Befunde. In H.Mandl (Hrsg.), Bericht des Münchner Kongresses der DGP, Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Sprenger, A., Pomplun, M. & Unema, P. (1997). Augenbewegungen als kognitionswissenschaftlicher Forschungsgegenstand. In R.Kluwe (Hrsg.),Strukturen und Prozesse intelligenter Systeme. Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitätsverlag (SS. 65-106).

Velichkovsky, B.M., Sprenger, A., Pomplun, M. & Unema, P. (1997). Eye movements and encoding manipulations in two visual memory tasks. Proceedings of the Psychonomic Society 38th Annual Meeting. November 20th-23rd, Philadelphia, USA. p.73.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1998). The centuryof mind and brain: How Luria's dream will become a reality. In R.L.Solso(Eds.) The future of psychology: 2001 and beyond. Vol3., Cambridge,MA:MIT press.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1999). From levels ofprocessing to stratification of cognition: Converging evidence from threedomains of research. In Challis, B.H. & Velichkovsky, B.M., (Eds.)Stratification in cognition and consciousness. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Challis, B.H. (1999). An introduction tocognition, consciousness and stratification. In Challis, B.H. & Velichkovsky, B.M., (Eds.).Stratification in cognition and consciousness. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (1999). Ot urovnej obrabotki k stratifkatii poznanija [From levels of processing to stratification of cognition], Voprosy Psychologii, (4),55-72.

Dornhoefer, S.M., Pannasch, S., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Unema, P.J.A. (2000). "Attentional landscapes" and phasic changes of fixation duration in picture perception. Perception, 29, 11-12.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Dornhoefer, S.M., Pannasch, S. & Unema, P.J.A. (2001). Visual fixations and level of attentional processing. In A. Duhowski (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference Eye Tracking Research & Applications, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, November 6-8, ACM Press. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M.(2000).Cognition, learning, and memory. In J.Dean, H.Ritter & H.Cruse (Eds.). Prerational intelligence: Interdisciplinary perspectives on the behaviour of natural and artificial systems. Dodrecht/London: Kluver.

Unema, P.J.A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2000). Processing stages are revealed by dynamics of visual fixations: Distractor versus relevance effects. In Abstract of Psycvhonomic Society, Vol.5, 113.

Unema, P.J.A., Dornhoefer, S.M., Steudel, S. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2001). An attentive look at driver's fixation duration. In A.G.Gale et al. (Eds.), Vision in vehicles VII. Amsterdam/NY: North Holland. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2002). Levels of processing: What they are about. In M.Naveh-Benjamin, M.Moscovitch, and H.L.Roedinger, III (Eds.), Perspectives on Human Memory and Cognitive Aging: Essays in Honour of Fergus Craik. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Velichkovsky,B.M. (2001). Modularity of cognitive organization: Why it is so appealing and why it is wrong. In W.Callebout & D.Raskin-Gutman (Eds.), Modularity: Understanding the development and evolution of complex natural systems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Velichkovsky, B.M. & Pannasch, S. (2001). In search of the ultimate evidence: The fastest visual reaction adapts to environment, not retinal locations. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 24(5), 1008-1009. Download full article

Pannasch, S., Dornhoefer, S.M., Unema, P.J.A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2001). The omnipresent prolongation of visual fixations: saccades are inhibited by changes in situation and in subject's activity. Vision Research. 41(25-26), 3345-51. Download full article

Velichkovsky,B.M. (2002). Heterarchy of cognition: The depths and the highs of a framework for memory research. Memory, 10(5/6), 405-419 (Special Issue on Levels-of-Processing-Approach).

Velichkovsky, B.M., Dornhoefer, S.M. , Kopf, M., Helmert, J. & Joos, M. (2002). Change detection and occlusion modes in static and dynamic road-traffic scenarios. Transportation Research, Part F. 5(2), 99-109. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M., Rothert, A., Kopf, M., Dornhoefer, S.M. & Joos, M. (2002). Towards an express diagnostics for level of processing and hazard perception. Transportation Research, Part F. 5(2), 145-156. Download full article

Dornhoefer, S.M., Unema, P.J.A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2002). Blinks, Blanks and Saccades: How Blind We Really are for Relevant Visual Events. In J. Hyönä, D. Munoz, W. Heide, and R. Radach (Eds.). The Brain's Eyes: Neurobiological and Clinical Aspects of Oculomotor Research, Progress in Brain Research (pp. 119-131). Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

Joos, M., Rötting, M. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2003). Die Bewegungen des menschlichen Auges: Fakten, Methoden, innovative Anwendungen. In G. Rickheit, T. Herrmann & W. Deutsch (Hrsg.), Psycholinguistik/ Psycholinguistics. Ein internationales Handbuch/ An International Handbook (pp. 142-168). Berlin & NY: de Gruyter. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.B., Kibrik, A.A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2003). The architecture is not exactly parallel: Some modules are more equal than others. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26(6), 692-693.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2004). Von Aufmersamkeitslandschaften zu Sinnbildern. In A.Kaemmerer & J. Funke (Hrsg.). Seelenlandschaften. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Unema, P., Pannasch, S., Joos, M. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2005). Time-course of information processing during scene perception: The relationship between saccade amplitude and fixation duration. Visual Cognition, 12(3), 473-494. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M., Joos, M., Helmert, J.R., & Pannasch, S. (2005). Two visual systems and their eye movements: evidence from static and dynamic scene perception. CogSci 2005: Proceedings of the XXVII Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. July 21-23 Stresa, Italy, pp. 2283-2288. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2005). Modularity of cognitive organization: Why it is so appealing and why it is wrong. In W. Callebaut & D. Rasskin-Gutman (Eds.), Modularity: Understanding the development and evolution of natural complex systems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Schilbach, L., Helmert, J.R., Mojzisch, A., Pannasch, S., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Vogeley, K. (2005). Neural Correlates, Visual Attention and Facial Expression during Social Interaction with Virtual Others. Toward Social Mechanisms of Android Science A CogSci Workshop. July 25-26, 2005, Stresa, Italy, pp. 74-86.

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2006). Cognitive Science: The Foundations of Epistemic Psychology. Moscow: Smysl/ Academia (in two volumes, in Russian).

Mojzisch, A., Schilbach, L., Helmert, J.R., Pannasch, S., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Vogeley, K. (2006). The effects of self-involvement on attention, arousal, and facial expression during social interaction with virtual others: A psychophysiological study. Social Neuroscience, 1, 184-195.

Graupner, S. T., Velichkovsky, B. M., Pannasch, S., & Marx, J. (2007). Surprise, surprise: Two distinct components in the visually evoked distractor effect. Psychophysiology, 44(2), 251-261. Download full article

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2007) Towards an Evolutionary Framework for Human Cognitive Neuroscience. Theoretical Biology, 2(1), 3-6. Download full article

Pannasch, S., Helmert, J.R. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2007). The relationship of spatio-temporal characteristics of eye movements in scene perception. Perception, 36, (suppl), 29.

Helmert, J.R., Schrammel, F., Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2007). Human Interaction with emotional virtual agents: Differential effects of agents' attributes on eye movement and EMG parameters. Perception, 36, (suppl), 28.

Pannasch, S., Helmert, J.R. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2007). On eye tracking and usability research:Introduction to the symposium. 14th European Conference on Eye Movements, Potsdam, August 19-23.

Helmert, J.R., Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2007). From gaze mouse to attentive interfaces: Three selected problems. 14th European Conference on Eye Movements, Potsdam, August 19-23.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Pannasch, S., Mulvey, F., Helmert, J.R., Graupner, S-T. & Schrammel, F. (2007). Neurocognitive investigations of human eye movements: Interaction between levels. XX Conference of the Physiological Society "I.P. Pavlov". Moscow, June 4-8.

Schrammel, F., Graupner, S.-T., Pannasch, S., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2007). Meeting a Virtual Character: Effects of Characters' Emotional Expression on Eye Movements and Facial EMG of Human Observers. Second European Cognitive Science Conference, Delphi/Greece, May 23-27.

Helmert, J.R., Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky B.M. (2007). On the relationship of eye position and experienced focus of visual work, under localisation, identification and categorisation tasks. Second European Cognitive Science Conference, Delphi/Greece, May 23-27.

Franke, I. S., Pannasch, S., Helmert, J. R., Rieger, R., Groh, R., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2008). Towards attention-centered interfaces: An aesthetic evaluation of perspective with eye tracking. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing Communications and Applications, 4(3), Art. No. 18.

Kohler, P., Pannasch, S., Velichkovsky, B.M. (2008). Enhancing Mutual Awareness, Productivity and Feeling: Cognitive Science Approach to Design of Groupware Systems. In P. Saariluoma & H. Isomäki (Eds.), Future Interaction Design II. Springer Verlag: London.

Schrammel, F., Pannasch, S., Graupner, S.-T., Mojzisch, A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2009). Virtual Friend or Threat? The Effects of Facial Expression and Gaze Interaction on Psychophysiological Responses and Emotional Experience. Psychophysiology, 46(5), 922-931.

Pannasch, S., Helmert, J. R. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2008). Eye tracking and Usability Research: an introduction to the special issue. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2(4):1, 1-4.

Helmert, J. R., Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2008). Influences of dwell time and cursor control on the performance in gaze driven typing. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2(4):3, 1-8.

Pannasch, S., Helmert, J.R., Malischke, S., Storch, A. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2008). Eye typing in application: A comparison of two systems with ALS patients. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 2(4):6, 1-8.

Vogel, U., Kreye, D., Richter, B., Bunk, G., Reckziegel, S., Herold, R., Scholles, M., Törker, M., Grillberger, C., Amelung, J., Graupner, S-T., Pannasch, S., Heubner, M., and Velichkovsky, B.M. (2009). Bi-directional OLED microdisplay for interactive see-through HMDs: Study toward integration of eye-tracking and informational facilities. Journal of the Society for Information Display, 17(3), 175-184.

Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2009). Distractor Effect and Saccade Amplitudes: Further Evidence on Different Modes of Processing in Free Exploration of Visual Images. Visual Cognition 17(6/7), 1109-1131.

Velichkovsky, B.M., Borinskaia, S.A., Vartanov, A.V., Gavrilova, S.I., Prohkorchuk, E.B., Rogaev, E.I., Roszina, I.F. & Selezneva, N.D. (2009). Neurocognitive profile of the APOE e4 carriers. Theoretical and Experimental Psychology, 2(4), 25-37 [in Russian - ]

Di Stasi, L.L., Renner, R., Staehr, P., Helmert, J.R., Velichkovsky, B.M., Cañas, J.J., Catena, A., & Pannasch, S. (2010). Saccadic peak velocity is sensitive to variations in mental workload in complex environments. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 81(4), 413-417.

Pannasch, S., Schulz, J. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). Explaining visual fixation durations in scene perception: Are there indeed two distinct groups of fixations? VSS 2010, Naples/FL, May 7-12.

Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). Influencing visual fixations in scene perception: Evidence for two distinct groups of fixations? In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cognitive Science (p.86), Tomsk, June 22-26.

Roth, K. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). What can we learn from a combination of fMRI with eyetracking: An in-depth study of the International Affective Picture System. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cognitive Science (pp.87-91), Tomsk, June 22-26.

Tatler, B.W., Wade, N.J., Kwan, H., Findley, J.M. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). Yarbus, eye movements, and vision. i-Perception 1(1), 7-27 (published online 12 July 2010).

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). Investigation of cognitive functions and contemporary technologies. Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 80(5-6), 440-447 [in Russian - ]

Velichkovsky, B.M. (2010). From cognitive science to neuroergonomics and molecular psychology. In A.I.Grigoriev, Ed., Brain: Basic and Applied Studies (pp. 103-116). Moscow: Nauka [in Russian ]

Cölln, M.C., Kusch, K., Helmert, J.R., Kohler, P., Velichkovsky, B.M., & Pannasch, S. (in revision). Comparison of two types of engineering visualizations: Task-related manipulations matter. Applied Ergonomics.

 

Cañas, J.J., Velichkovsky, B.B. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2011 in press). Human factors and ergonomics. In Handbook of Applied Psychology, New York: Wiley and Sons.

Cölln, M.C., Kusch, K., Helmert, J.R., Kohler, P., Velichkovsky, B.M., & Pannasch, S. (in revision). Comparison of two types of engineering visualizations: Task-related manipulations matter. Applied Ergonomics.

Graupner, S.-T., Pannasch, S., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (in revision). Saccadic context indicates information processing within visual fixations: Evidence from eventrelated potentials and eye-movements analysis of the distractor effect. International Journal of Psychophysiology.

Marsman, J.B., Renken, R., Velichkovsky, B.M., Hooymans, J.M.M. & Cornelissen, F.W. (2011 in press). Fixation Based Event-Related (FIBER) analysis: Using eye fixations as event in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to reveal cortical processing during the free exploration of visual images. Human Brain Mapping.

Pannasch, S., Selden, D.L., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Brigdeman, B. (submitted). Apparent phi-motion in sequences of Eisenstein's October. Gestalt theory.

Pannasch, S., Schulz, J., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2011). On the control of visual fixation durations in free viewing of complex images. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 73(4), 1120-1132. [Article]

Velichkovsky, B.M., Cornelissen, F., Geusebroek, J.-M., Graupner, S.-Th., Hari, R., Marsman, J.B., Shevchik, S.A. & Pannasch, S. (2011). Measurement-related issues in investigation of active vision. In B. Berglund, G.B. Rossi, J. Townsend and L Pendrill (Eds.), Measurement with persons: Theory and methods (pp. 172-189). London-New York: Taylor and Francis.

 

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