Affiliation: University of Lausanne
- Mental own-body and body-part transformations in microgravityLuzia Grabherr
Department of Psychology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
J Vestib Res 17:279-87. 2007..Moreover, the analysis of response times suggests that in microgravity body-part stimuli are affected more strongly than body figures...
- Vestibular thresholds for yaw rotation about an earth-vertical axis as a function of frequencyLuzia Grabherr
Department of Psychology, University of Lausanne, Bâtiment Anthropole, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Exp Brain Res 186:677-81. 2008..71 deg s(-1) and a cut-off frequency of 0.23 Hz, which corresponds to a time constant of approximately 0.70 s. These findings provide no evidence for an influence of velocity storage on perceptual yaw rotation thresholds...
- Effects of microgravity on cognition: The case of mental imageryLuzia Grabherr
Department of Psychology, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
J Vestib Res 20:53-60. 2010..While research on spatial representation and mental image transformation continues to grow and specific differences in cognitive functioning between 1 g and 0 g have been observed, motor imagery has thus far received little attention...
- Mental transformation abilities in patients with unilateral and bilateral vestibular lossLuzia Grabherr
Department of Psychology, University of Bern, Muesmattstr 45, 3009 Bern, Switzerland
Exp Brain Res 209:205-14. 2011....
- Moving along the mental number line: Interactions between whole-body motion and numerical cognitionMatthias Hartmann
Department of Psychology, University of Bern, Muesmattstrasse 45, CH 3000 Bern, Switzerland
J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 38:1416-27. 2012..The results show that action planning or motor activity is not necessary to influence spatial attention. Moreover, our results suggest that self-motion perception and numerical cognition can mutually influence each other...