Dr. Marieke Rohde
Centre of Excellence: Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC)
and Department of Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Bielefeld
Universitätsstr. 25, W3-246
33615 Bielefeld, Germany
I currently work as postdoctoral researcher on the CITEC project GoToGoal that studies non-linear motor learning in humans. I also investigate human adaptation to visual feedback latencies and how such adaptation alters behaviour, time perception and the sense of agency. The work involves experiments on human behaviour as well as computational modelling.
Other research areas of interest include human body perception, embodiment, sensorimotor control and integration and dynamical systems approaches to cognition. I also work on the philosphy of cognitive science and epistemic constructivism/enactivism.
Rohde, M., Scheller, M. & Ernst, M.O. (2014) Effects can precede their cause in the sense of agency. Neuropsychologia 65, 191–196.
Rohde, M., van Dam, L.C.J., & Ernst, M.O. (2014) Predictability is necessary for closed-loop visual feedback delay adaptation. Journal of Vision 14(3), 4.
Rohde, M., Greiner, L., & Ernst, M.O. (2014) Asymmetries in visuomotor recalibration of time perception: Does causal binding distort the window of integration? Acta Psychologica 147, 127–135.
Rohde, M., & Ernst, M.O. (2013) To lead and to lag - forward and backward recalibration of perceived visuo-motor simultaneity. Front Psychology 3, 599.
Rohde, M., Di Luca, M., & Ernst, M.O. (2011) The Rubber Hand Illusion: Feeling of Ownership and Proprioceptive Drift Do Not Go Hand in Hand. PLoS ONE, 6(6), e21659.
(full list of publications here)