Abschlussarbeiten

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Thema B.Sc./M.Sc. Ansprechpartner
Gamified visuomotor adaptation    
Previous research showed that humans can rapidly adapt movements to adjust for changing feedback. There is a discussion what part of this adaptation is conscious adjustment and what is implicit. The first one is context-dependent, and the second one is transferrable between context and tasks. In this study we shift the focus of participants by gamification to enhance implicit component of adaptation. B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
Manipulating motor maps for head movements.    
During a saccade (fast eye movement), humans barely see the world. However, the resulting perception is in no way jumpy or fragmented because brain stitches the visual information before and after the saccade. In this study we test if similar happens for head movements. B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
Adapting to speeded up/slowed down movements.    
Is it possible to change perception of time? In this study we delay or advance visual feedback of a movement in order to test if adaptation to this influences a feeling of time passage. B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
Adapting to reverse head rotation.    
There is a strong expectation that when one turns the bicycle wheel to the right, it starts to turn right. In the reverse bicycle it goes the opposite way which makes it very difficult, but possible, to re-learn riding it. When one turns head to the right, there is also a strong expectation of what happens. In this study we test if it is possible to adapt to reverse head rotation, I.e. when head is rotated right, the world looks as if it was rotated left. B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
Influence of sensorimotor adaptation on eye movements    
  B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Maryvonne Granowski
Differences between passive and active sensorimotor adaptation    
  B.Sc./M.Sc. Prof. Zimmermann/ Maryvonne Granowski
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