Johannes Schulz

J. Schulz J. Schulz

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J. Schulz

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Institut für Psychologie III
Ingenieurpsychologie und angewandte Kognitionsforschung
Technische Universität Dresden
01069 Dresden

Tel.: +49 351 463 34713
Fax: +49 351 463 37741
johannes.schulz@tu-dresden.de

Besucheradresse
Bürogebäude Zellescher Weg (BZW)
Zellescher Weg 17
Raum A224

Projekte

seit 10/2014 Untersuchung der Kontrollmechanismen visueller Fixationsdauern mittels Distraktoreffekt (DFG-Projekt)
10/2011 - 09/2014   Nachwuchsforschergruppe "Cognitive Interfaces Technologies" (CogITo)

Forschungsinteressen

Aufmerksamkeitsverlagerung durch Blicke anderer (social gaze, gaze cueing)
Informationsverarbeitung und Blickbewegungen
Aufgabenabhängigkeit von Blickbewegungen

Hochschulpolitisches Engagement

Mitglied im Personalrat der TU Dresden
Mitglied in der Mittelbauinitative Dresden

Artikel

Marschner, L., Pannasch, S., Schulz, J., & Graupner, S.-T. (2015). Social communication with virtual agents: The effects of body and gaze direction on attention and emotional responding in human observers. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 97(2), 85-92. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2015.05.007 [Article]

Schulz, J., Velichkovsky, B. M. & Helmert, J. R. (2014). Spontaneous adoption of the gaze cue's perspective in a 3-D version of the noninformative gaze-cueing paradigm. Visual Cognition, 22(1), 1-10. [Article]

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]

Konferenzbeiträge

Schulz, J., & Pannasch, S. (2017). What happens after the distractor? Investigating fixations N + 1 after saccadic inhibition. 59th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Dresden, March 26 - 29.

Schulz, J., & Pannasch, S. (2016). Stimulus characteristics and presentation time do not influence saccadic inhibition of foveal and peripheral presented distractors in visual fixations. 39th European Conference on Visual Perception, Barcelona, August 28 - September 1.

Schulz, J., & Pannasch, S. (2015). What can saccadic inhibition reveal about foveal and peripheral information processing within fixations?  Talk presented at 38th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, August 23 - 27.

Schulz, J., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (2014). Linking gaze to objects: Individual biases in gaze judgments and how they can be altered by training. 37th European Conference on Visual Perception, Belgrade, August 24 - 28.

Schulz, J., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (2014). Look at what I am looking at - Perspective adoption in the noninformative gaze-cueing paradigm is not present for overt orienting. Talk presented at 56th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Giessen, March 30 - April 02.

Schulz, J., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (2013). About the differential influence of eye movements and blinks on task solving in gaze cueing. 17th European Conference on Eye Movements, Lund, August 11 - 16.

Schulz, J. (2013). The crucial role of ecological validity in social cueing. 1st IAAP Spring School on Applied Cognitive Research, Paris, April 8 - 11.

Schulz, J., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (2013). Attention allocation by gazing heads: A lesson on importance of ecological validity. 55th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Vienna, March 24 - 27.

Helmert, J. R., Schulz, J., & Graupner, S.-T. (2012). On the diagnostic value of the distractor effect. Talk presented at the 5th International Conference on Cognitive Science, Kaliningrad, June 18-24.

Helmert, J. R., Schulz, J., Graupner, S. T., Pannasch, S. & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2011). Visual distractor processing is sensitive to instruction: From eye-movement effects to fMRI analyses. 16th European Conference on Eye Movements, Marseille, August 21-25.

Pannasch, S., Helmert, J.R., Graupner, S.-T., Schulz, J. & Velichkovsky, B.M. (2011). Ambient and focal processing in free viewing of meaningful images: A combined MEG and eye-tracking study. 16th European Conference on Eye Movements, Marseille, August 21-25.

Schulz, J. , Helmert, J.R., Velichkovsky, B.M. & Pannasch, S. (2011). The distractor effect in scene perception: Why some task aspects are of importance and others are not. 16th European Conference on Eye Movements, Marseille, August 21-25.

Schulz J., Pannasch S., & Velichkovsky B. M. (2010). Recognition and change detection tasks differentially influence the time courses of visual fixations and saccades. Perception, 39 ECVP Abstract (suppl.), p. 37.

Pannasch, S., Schulz, J., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2010). Influencing visual fixations in scene perception: Evidences for two distinct groups of fixations? Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science, Tomsk, June 22-26.

Pannasch, S., Schulz, J., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2010). Explaining visual fixation durations in scene perception: Are there indeed two distinct groups of fixations? Journal of Vision, 10(7) article 138.

Schulz, J., Koch, A., Pannasch, S., & Velichkovsky, B. M. (2009). Der Einfluss abrupter Bildunterbrechungen auf Sakkadenamplituden und Fixationsdauern bei freier Bildbetrachtung. Poster presented at the 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Jena, March 29 - April 01.

 

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