Dirk Kerzel
Dirk Kerzel
Professor of Cognitive Psychology, University of Geneva
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TitleCited byYear
Perceptual basis of bimanual coordination
F Mechsner, D Kerzel, GÈ Knoblich, W Prinz
Nature 414 (6859), 69, 2001
6532001
Eye movements and visible persistence explain the mislocalization of the final position of a moving target
D Kerzel
Vision Research 40 (27), 3703-3715, 2000
1612000
The role of perception in the mislocalization of the final position of a moving target.
D Kerzel, JS Jordan, J Müsseler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (4), 829, 2001
1502001
Comparing mislocalizations with moving stimuli: The Fröhlich effect, the flash-lag, and representational momentum
J Müsseler, S Stork, D Kerzel
Visual Cognition 9 (1-2), 120-138, 2002
1122002
Motor activation from visible speech: Evidence from stimulus response compatibility.
D Kerzel, H Bekkering
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26 (2), 634, 2000
1062000
Attention maintains mental extrapolation of target position: Irrelevant distractors eliminate forward displacement after implied motion
D Kerzel
Cognition 88 (1), 109-131, 2003
942003
Amygdala activation for eye contact despite complete cortical blindness
N Burra, A Hervais-Adelman, D Kerzel, M Tamietto, B De Gelder, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (25), 10483-10489, 2013
892013
Neuronal processing delays are compensated in the sensorimotor branch of the visual system
D Kerzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Current Biology 13 (22), 1975-1978, 2003
862003
Cognitive load in simultaneous interpreting: Model meets data
KG Seeber, D Kerzel
International Journal of Bilingualism 16 (2), 228-242, 2012
762012
Improved visual sensitivity during smooth pursuit eye movements
AC Schütz, DI Braun, D Kerzel, KR Gegenfurtner
Nature neuroscience 11 (10), 1211, 2008
732008
Effects of contrast on smooth pursuit eye movements
M Spering, D Kerzel, DI Braun, MJ Hawken, KR Gegenfurtner
Journal of Vision 5 (5), 6-6, 2005
692005
Memory for the position of stationary objects: Disentangling foveal bias and memory averaging
D Kerzel
Vision research 42 (2), 159-167, 2002
672002
Action planning affects spatial localization
JS Jordan, S Stork, L Knuf, D Kerzel, J Müsseler
Attention and performance XIX: Common mechanisms in perception and action …, 2002
662002
A Simon effect with stationary moving stimuli.
S Bosbach, W Prinz, D Kerzel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (1), 39, 2004
632004
Attentional capture during visual search is attenuated by target predictability: Evidence from the N 2pc, P d, and topographic segmentation
N Burra, D Kerzel
Psychophysiology 50 (5), 422-430, 2013
602013
Conflicts during response selection affect response programming: Reactions toward the source of stimulation.
S Buetti, D Kerzel
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 35 (3), 816, 2009
602009
A matter of design: No representational momentum without predictability
D Kerzel
Visual Cognition 9 (1-2), 66-80, 2002
592002
Mental extrapolation of target position is strongest with weak motion signals and motor responses
D Kerzel
Vision Research 43 (25), 2623-2635, 2003
582003
Time course of the Simon effect in pointing movements for horizontal, vertical, and acoustic stimuli: Evidence for a common mechanism
S Buetti, D Kerzel
Acta Psychologica 129 (3), 420-428, 2008
542008
Comment and Reply Why eye movements and perceptual factors have to be controlled in studies on “representational momentum”
D Kerzel
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13 (1), 166-173, 2006
522006
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