I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs

Mey S, Koester D, Schack T (2018)
Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin.

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Every day we manipulate objects. We reach, grasp, and hold them in our hands to interact with them. For all these steps we need eye contact to the object. At the very beginning we need to fixate a particular object to choose it and to be sure that it is the relevant one. So, when is the moment we decide to grasp, and how do we decide? This study shows how our brain reacts at the moment we start to grasp an object and also the moment before, when we fixate it. Can we detect the relevance of an object only by analyzing our brain activity? Previous studies showed that distinguishing between task relevant and irrelevant objects in a simple visual search task based on crowded daily life scenes presented on a computer screen and also in a more natural environment, is possible. But how changes the brain activity if the task changes? If we do not only have to search an object with our eyes but we really have to interact with it. Here we are not only interested in fixation related potentials, which occur directly after a fixation on an object, but also on grasp related potentials which we will find shortly after starting a grasping movement. All measurements are done by combining and synchronizing EEG and eye tracking tools. Results of this study are one more step into a brain computer interface which can detect only by looking into the brain activity if objects
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Seite(n)
30
Konferenz
NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop
Konferenzort
Berlin
Konferenzdatum
2018-08-01 – 2018-08-04
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2933845

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Mey S, Koester D, Schack T. I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin.
Mey, S., Koester, D., & Schack, T. (2018). I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin.
Mey, S., Koester, D., and Schack, T. (2018).“I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs”. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin.
Mey, S., Koester, D., & Schack, T., 2018. I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin.
S. Mey, D. Koester, and T. Schack, “I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs”, Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin, 2018.
Mey, S., Koester, D., Schack, T.: I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin (2018).
Mey, Shirley, Koester, Dirk, and Schack, Thomas. “I know what you want! How eye movements tell us our needs”. Presented at the NeuroDoWo. Neurobiology doctoral students workshop, Berlin, 2018.

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