Olaf Dimigen

Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
visual cognition, attention, electrophysiology
"Olaf Dimigen"
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Bagherzadeh-Azbari S, Lion CJ, Stephani T, et al. (2022) The impact of emotional facial expressions on reflexive attention depends on the aim of dynamic gaze changes: An ERP study. Psychophysiology. e14202
Li N, Dimigen O, Sommer W, et al. (2022) Parafoveal words can modulate sentence meaning: Electrophysiological evidence from an RSVP-with-flanker task. Psychophysiology. e14053
Huang X, Wong WL, Tse CY, et al. (2022) Is there magnocellular facilitation of early neural processes underlying visual word recognition? Evidence from masked repetition priming with ERPs. Neuropsychologia. 170: 108230
Dimigen O, Ehinger BV. (2021) Regression-based analysis of combined EEG and eye-tracking data: Theory and applications. Journal of Vision. 21: 3
Stephani T, Kirk Driller K, Dimigen O, et al. (2020) Eye contact in active and passive viewing: Event-related brain potential evidence from a combined eye tracking and EEG study. Neuropsychologia. 143: 107478
Buonocore A, Dimigen O, Melcher D. (2020) Post-saccadic face processing is modulated by pre-saccadic preview: Evidence from fixation-related potentials. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Coco MI, Nuthmann A, Dimigen O. (2019) Fixation-related Brain Potentials during Semantic Integration of Object-Scene Information. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-19
Dimigen O. (2019) Optimizing the ICA-based removal of ocular EEG artifacts from free viewing experiments. Neuroimage. 116117
Ehinger BV, Dimigen O. (2019) Unfold: an integrated toolbox for overlap correction, non-linear modeling, and regression-based EEG analysis. Peerj. 7: e7838
Huber-Huber C, Buonocore A, Dimigen O, et al. (2019) The peripheral preview effect with faces: Combined EEG and eye-tracking suggests multiple stages of trans-saccadic predictive and non-predictive processing. Neuroimage. 200: 344-362
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