Welcome at the section Biopsychology & Cognitive Neuroscience.
The Biopsychology & Cognitive Neuroscience research group is part of the Cluster of Excellence in Cognitive Interaction Technology CITEC and Bielefeld University.
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Our research focuses on how humans perceive touch, construct an understanding of the body, plan actions in response to touch, and choose the body part with which we perform this action. We use a variety of methods to advance our projects, and have committed to Open Science. The group started as an Emmy Noether group at Hamburg University, funded by the German Research Foundation, and has since transitioned into a regular professorship at Bielefeld University.
We’ve summarized our work in several reviews. If you’d like to get an overview over what we do, take a look at these papers:
Towards explaining spatial touch perception: weighted integration of multiple location codes
(Badde & Heed, 2016, Cognitive Neuropsychology, open access)
Tactile remapping: from coordinate transformation to integration in sensorimotor processing
(Heed et al., 2015, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, request pdf)
Using time to investigate space: a review of tactile temporal order judgments as a window onto spatial processing in touch
(Heed & Azañón, 2014, Frontiers in Psychology, open access)
We are looking for participants
(Babies, Children and Adults)!
Anouk De Brouwer (Cognition & Action Lab, Queen's University, Canada) will give a talk on Monday 30.10.2017 (10:00 - 12:00; room T2-208). Feel free to join!
Kevin O'Regan, from the Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception (Paris, France) will give a talk on Friday 14.07.2017 (10:15; room X-E0-200). Feel free to join! (Abstract)
Matthew Longo, from the Body Representation Laboratory (Birkbeck University, London UK) will give a talk on Friday 12.05.2017 (10:15; room X-E0-222). Feel free to join! (Abstract)
Tobias Heed will participate to Kinder Uni on Friday 17.03.2017. He will explain to children and their parents how the brain and the body are connected and the major research questions our kids' lab 'B hoch 3' investigates.
Our TMS test month starts in March!! You are welcome to join! For more information, please contact Christian Seegelke. (01.03.2017: TMS arrives - Intro session / 03.03.2017: TMS navigation / 13.03.2017: TMS protocols).
Arvid Herwig, from Werner Schneider's group will give a talk on Friday 17.02.2017 (10:00 - 12:00; room X-E0-210). Feel free to join!