Knut Drewing
Knut Drewing
Psychology, Giessen University
Verified email at psychol.uni-giessen.de
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Feeling what you hear: auditory signals can modulate tactile tap perception
JP Bresciani, MO Ernst, K Drewing, G Bouyer, V Maury, A Kheddar
Experimental brain research 162 (2), 172-180, 2005
1892005
Integration of force and position cues for shape perception through active touch
K Drewing, MO Ernst
Brain research 1078 (1), 92-100, 2006
1022006
First evaluation of a novel tactile display exerting shear force via lateral displacement
K Drewing, M Fritschi, R Zopf, MO Ernst, M Buss
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 2 (2), 118-131, 2005
882005
Exploratory strategies in haptic softness discrimination are tuned to achieve high levels of task performance
L Kaim, K Drewing
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 4 (4), 242-252, 2011
712011
Sensorimotor synchronization across the life span
K Drewing, G Aschersleben, SC Li
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (3), 280-287, 2006
642006
Timing of bimanual movements and deafferentation: Implications for the role of sensory movement effects
K Drewing, P Stenneken, J Cole, W Prinz, G Aschersleben
Experimental Brain Research 158 (1), 50-57, 2004
642004
Reduced timing variability during bimanual coupling: a role for sensory information
K Drewing, G Aschersleben
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 56 (2), 329-350, 2003
582003
Optimal integration of visual and proprioceptive movement information for the perception of trajectory geometry
J Reuschel, K Drewing, DYP Henriques, F Rösler, K Fiehler
Experimental brain research 201 (4), 853-862, 2010
542010
Visual and haptic integration in the estimation of softness of deformable objects
C Cellini, L Kaim, K Drewing
i-Perception 4 (8), 516-531, 2013
432013
The contribution of tactile reafference to temporal regularity during bimanual finger tapping
K Drewing, M Hennings, G Aschersleben
Psychological Research 66 (1), 60-70, 2002
382002
Haptic, visual and visuo-haptic softness judgments for objects with deformable surfaces
K Drewing, A Ramisch, F Bayer
World Haptics 2009-Third Joint EuroHaptics conference and Symposium on …, 2009
362009
Combination of noisy directional visual and proprioceptive information
S Serwe, K Drewing, J Trommershäuser
Journal of Vision 9 (5), 28-28, 2009
282009
Human haptic perception and the design of haptic-enhanced virtual environments
JP Bresciani, K Drewing, MO Ernst
The Sense of Touch and its Rendering, 61-106, 2008
282008
Texture discrimination in active touch: Effects of the extension of the exploration and their exploitation
K Drewing, A Lezkan, S Ludwig
2011 IEEE World Haptics Conference, 215-220, 2011
252011
Haptic shape perception from force and position signals varies with exploratory movement direction and the exploring finger
K Drewing, L Kaim
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71 (5), 1174-1184, 2009
202009
Finger force of exploratory movements is adapted to the compliance of deformable objects
LR Kaim, K Drewing
World Haptics 2009-Third Joint EuroHaptics conference and Symposium on …, 2009
202009
Material properties determine how force and position signals combine in haptic shape perception
K Drewing, TV Wiecki, MO Ernst
Acta Psychologica 128 (2), 264-273, 2008
192008
Active haptic exploration of softness: Indentation force is systematically related to prediction, sensation and motivation
A Lezkan, A Metzger, K Drewing
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 12, 59, 2018
182018
A mass-density model can account for the size-weight illusion
C Wolf, WM Bergmann Tiest, K Drewing
PloS one 13 (2), e0190624, 2018
182018
The influence of intersensory discrepancy on visuo-haptic integration is similar in 6-year-old children and adults
B Jovanovic, K Drewing
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 57, 2014
182014
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