Constanze Hesse
Constanze Hesse
Senior Lecturer, University of Aberdeen
Verified email at abdn.ac.uk
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Visual illusions, delayed grasping, and memory: No shift from dorsal to ventral control
VH Franz, C Hesse, S Kollath
Neuropsychologia 47 (6), 1518-1531, 2009
1002009
Memory mechanisms in grasping
C Hesse, VH Franz
Neuropsychologia 47 (6), 1532-1545, 2009
682009
The functional subdivision of the visual brain: Is there a real illusion effect on action? A multi-lab replication study
KK Kopiske, N Bruno, C Hesse, T Schenk, VH Franz
cortex 79, 130-152, 2016
612016
Grasping remembered objects: exponential decay of the visual memory
C Hesse, VH Franz
Vision Research 50 (24), 2642-2650, 2010
442010
Advance planning in sequential pick–and–place tasks
C Hesse, H Deubel
Journal of Neurophysiology 104 (1), 508-516, 2010
402010
Contact points during multidigit grasping of geometric objects
R Gilster, C Hesse, H Deubel
Experimental brain research 217 (1), 137-151, 2012
372012
Fixation locations when grasping partly occluded objects
DDJ de Grave, C Hesse, AM Brouwer, VH Franz
Journal of vision 8 (7), 5-5, 2008
372008
Planning movements well in advance
C Hesse, DDJ De Grave, VH Franz, E Brenner, JBJ Smeets
Cognitive Neuropsychology 25 (7-8), 985-995, 2008
352008
Corrective processes in grasping after perturbations of object size
C Hesse, VH Franz
Journal of Motor Behavior 41 (3), 253-273, 2009
332009
Visuomotor performance based on peripheral vision is impaired in the visual form agnostic patient DF
C Hesse, K Ball, T Schenk
Neuropsychologia 50 (1), 90-97, 2012
322012
Biomechanical factors may explain why grasping violates Weber’s law
KS Utz, C Hesse, N Aschenneller, T Schenk
Vision research 111, 22-30, 2015
312015
Changes in grasping kinematics due to different start postures of the hand
C Hesse, H Deubel
Human movement science 28 (4), 415-436, 2009
312009
Why do the eyes prefer the index finger? Simultaneous recording of eye and hand movements during precision grasping
C Cavina-Pratesi, C Hesse
Journal of vision 13 (5), 15-15, 2013
292013
Efficient grasping requires attentional resources
C Hesse, H Deubel
Vision Research 51 (11), 1223-1231, 2011
272011
Attention is needed for action control: further evidence from grasping
C Hesse, T Schenk, H Deubel
Vision research 71, 37-43, 2012
182012
Pointing and antipointing in Müller-Lyer figures: Why illusion effects need to be scaled.
C Hesse, VH Franz, T Schenk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (1), 90, 2016
172016
Pathways involved in human conscious vision contribute to obstacle‐avoidance behaviour
C Hesse, AR Lane, L Aimola, T Schenk
European Journal of Neuroscience 36 (3), 2383-2390, 2012
152012
Delayed action does not always require the ventral stream: a study on a patient with visual form agnosia
C Hesse, T Schenk
Cortex 54, 77-91, 2014
142014
Letter posting and orientation matching: two equivalent tasks in action and perception?
V Franz, C Hesse, T Schenk
Seeing and perceiving 24 (2), 151-172, 2011
142011
Avoiding unseen obstacles: Subcortical vision is not sufficient to maintain normal obstacle avoidance behaviour during reaching
AI Ross, T Schenk, J Billino, MJ Macleod, C Hesse
cortex 98, 177-193, 2018
132018
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