Abstract. Humans reliably recognize faces across a range of viewpoints, but the neural substrates supporting this ability remain unclear. Recent work suggests that neural selectivity to mirror-symmetric viewpoints of faces, found across a large network of visual areas, may constitute a key computational step in achieving full viewpoint invariance. In this study, we used repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to test the hypothesis that the occipital face area (OFA), putatively a key node in the face network, plays a causal role ...
STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
(German: MINT - Mathematik, Informatik, Naturwissenschaft, Technik)
Press coverage: here and here
I recently published my PhD thesis (link) and now received my certificate.
Dr. Tim Kietzmann
Today, the newspaper featured an article on my work as cognitive scientist:
I am flattered.
Our paper "Effects of Contextual Information and Stimulus Ambiguity on Overt Visual Sampling Behavior" was accepted for publication in Vision Research.
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The laudation (German only)
Short Newspaper Snippet (German only)
The redesign of the webpage went life today. Let me know if anything is not working as it should.
Was lange währt, wird endlich gut!