Martin Rolfs

HU Berlin, Psychology
phone: +49 30 2093 6775

Martin Rolfsis Heisenberg Professor for Experimental Psychology: Active Perception and Cognition at HU. For SCIoI, he represents the analytic discipline psychology. His research builds on the premise that any deep understanding of sensation and perception requires studying its key processes in observers that actively explore their environment. He investigates selective processes in active vision. His research combines eye tracking, motion tracking, psychophysics, computational modeling, EEG, and studies of clinical populations.

At SCIoI, Martin Rolfs is working on Project 01, Project 02, Project 23, Project 57.

SCIoI Publications:

Wirth, L., Shurygina, O., Rolfs, M., & Ohl, S. (2022). Target-location rather than target-object specific saccadic selection in visual working memory. Perception/ ECVP2022.
Shurygina, O., Pooresmaeili, A., & Rolfs, M. (2021). Pre-saccadic attention spreads to stimuli forming a perceptual group with the saccade target. Cortex, 140, 179–198.
Shurygina, O., & Rolfs, M. (2021). Visual sensitivity and reaction time measures show no evidence for purely exogenous object-based attention. Journal of Vision / VSS 2021, 2571–2571.
Shurygina, O., & Rolfs, M. (2022). Saccade kinematics reflect object-based attention in realistic but not in simplified stimuli. Perception/ ECVP2022.
Schweitzer, R., Watson, T., Balsdon, T., & Rolfs, M. (2022). The sources of peri-saccadic mislocalization: Evidence from the perception of intra-saccadic motion streaks. VSS 2022.
Schweitzer, R., Doering, M., Seel, T., Raisch, J., & Rolfs, M. (2023). Saccadic omission revisited: What saccade-induced smear looks like. bioRxiv.
Schweitzer, R., & Rolfs, M. (2021). Intrasaccadic motion streaks jump-start gaze correction. Science Advances, 7(30), eabf2218.
Schweitzer, R., & Rolfs, M. (2022). Definition, modeling and detection of saccades in the face of post-saccadic oscillations. Eye Tracking: Background, Methods, and Applications.
Roth, N., Bideau, P., Hellwich, O., Rolfs, M., & Obermayer, K. (2021). Modeling the influence of objects on saccadic decisions in dynamic real-world scenes. PERCEPTION / 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2021.
Roth, N., Bideau, P., Hellwich, O., Rolfs, M., & Obermayer, K. (2021). A modular framework for object-based saccadic decisions in dynamic scenes. CVPR EPIC Workshop / arXiv:2106.06073.
Roth, N., Rolfs, M., & Obermayer, K. (2022). ScanDy: Simulating Realistic Human Scanpaths in Dynamic Real-World Scenes. MODVIS 2022.
Roth, N., Rolfs, M., & Obermayer, K. (2022). Scanpath prediction in dynamic real-world scenes based on object-based selection. Journal of Vision / VSS 2022.
Roth, N., Rolfs, M., Hellwich, O., & Obermayer, K. (2023). Objects guide human gaze behavior in dynamic real-world scenes. bioRxiv.
Roth, N., Rolfs, M., & Obermayer, K. (2022). Eye movement characteristics reflect object-based attention. Journal of Vision / VSS 2022, 3481–3481.
Roth, N., Rolfs, M., Hellwich, O., & Obermayer, K. (2023). Diminished state space theory of human aging. PsyArXiv.
Rolfs, M., & Schweitzer, R. (2021). Coupling perception to action through incidental sensory consequences of motor behaviour. Nature Reviews Psychology, 1, 112–123.
Muscinelli, F., Roth, N., Shurygina, O., Obermayer, K., & Rolfs, M. (2022). Object-based Spread of Attention Affects Fixation Duration During Free Viewing. Perception/ ECVP2022.
Godinez, A., Battaje, A., Brock, O., & Rolfs, M. (2023). Probing Perceptual Mechanism of Shape-Contingent Color after-Images via Interconnected Recursive Filters. Journal of Vision 23 / VSS 2023.
Battaje, A., Brock, O., & Rolfs, M. (2023). An Interactive Motion Perception Tool for Kindergarteners (and Vision Scientists). IPerception.