Stefan Pollmann

Prof. of Experimental Psychology
Psychology II
Otto-von-Guericke University
E-mail: stefan.pollmann@ovgu.de
Page: http://apsy.gse.uni-magdeburg.de

Fields of interest: 

cognitive neuroscience of visual attention, visual learning and executive functions

 

Recent publications:

Daniel, R. & Pollmann, S. (2012):
Striatal activations signal prediction errors on confidence in the absence of external feedback.
NeuroImage, 59, 3457-3467.

Daniel, R. & Pollmann, S. (2010): 
Comparing the neural basis of monetary reward and cognitive feedback during information-integration category learning.
Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 47-55.

Hanke, M., Halchenko, Y.O., Haxby, J.V. & Pollmann, S. (2010):
Statistical learning analysis in neuroscience: aiming for transparency.
Frontiers in Neuroscience, 4, 38-43.

Müller-Plath, G., Ott, D. & Pollmann, S. (2010): 
Deficits in subprocesses of visual feature search after frontal, parietal, and temporal brain lesions – a modeling approach.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 1399-1424.

Hanke, M., Halchenko, Y.O., Sederberg, P.B., Hanson, S.J., Haxby, J.V. & Pollmann, S. (2009): 
PyMVPA: A Python toolbox for multivariate pattern analysis of fMRI data.
Neuroinformatics, 7, 37-53.

Pollmann, S. & Manginelli, A.A. (2009): 
Anterior prefrontal involvement in implicit contextual change detection.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3, 28.

Maertens, M. & Pollmann, S. (2007):
Illusory contours do not pass through the blind spot.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 91-101.

Pollmann, S., Mahn, K., Reimann, B., Weidner, R., Tittgemeyer, M., Preul, C., Müller, H.J., & von Cramon, D.Y. (2007):
Selective visual dimension weighting deficit after left lateral frontopolar lesions.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 365-375.

Maertens, M. & Pollmann, S. (2005): 
FMRI reveals a common neural substrate for illusory and real contours in V1 after perceptual learning.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17, 1553-1564.

Pollmann, S., & Maertens, M. (2005): 
Shift of activity from attention to motor-related brain areas during visual learning.
Nature Neuroscience, 8, 1494-1496.