Christian Seegelke

Christian Seegelke

Senior Scientist

PLUS Faculty of Natural and Life Sciences

Department of Psychology

Publications

2022

Allocation of visuospatial attention indexes evidence accumulation for reach decisions
Carolin Schonard, Tobias Heed, Christian Seegelke
eNeuro

2021

Repetition effects in action planning reflect effector- but not hemisphere-specific coding
Christian Seegelke, Carolin Schonard, Tobias Heed
Journal of Neurophysiology

2020

External location of touch is constructed post-hoc based on limb choice
Femke Maij, Christian Seegelke, W. Pieter Medendorp, Tobias Heed
eLife

2018

2016

Visuomotor priming of action preparation and motor programming is similar in visually guided and memory-guided actions
Christian Seegelke, Iris Güldenpenning, Julian Dettling, Thomas Schack
Neuropsychologia

2015

Frames of reference in action plan recall: influence of hand and handedness
Christian Seegelke, Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Kathrin Wunsch, Robrecht van der Wel, Matthias Weigelt
Experimental Brain Research

2014

The influence of reducing intermediate target constraints on grasp posture planning during a three-segment object manipulation task
Christian Seegelke, Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Andreas Knoblauch, Thomas Schack
Experimental Brain Research
Problems in planning bimanually incongruent grasp postures relate to simultaneous response specification processes
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Christian Seegelke, Paola Reissig
Brain and Cognition

2013

Interlimb coordination during a cooperative bimanual object manipulation task
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Benjamin Mäueler, Henning Tepper, Christian Seegelke
Laterality
Perturbations in action goal influence bimanual grasp posture planning
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Christian Seegelke
Journal of Motor Behavior
Grasp posture planning during multi-segment object manipulation tasks - interaction between cognitive and biomechanical factors
Christian Seegelke, Charmayne M. L. Hughes, Andreas Knoblauch, Thomas Schack
Acta Psychologica
Whole-body posture planning in anticipation of a manual prehension task: Prospective and retrospective effects
William M. Land, David A. Rosenbaum, Christian Seegelke, Thomas Schack
Acta Psychologica

2012

Corrections in Grasp Posture in Response to Modifications of Action Goals
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Christian Seegelke, Marnie Ann Spiegel, Corinna Oehmichen, Julia Hammes, Thomas Schack
PLoS ONE
Individual differences in motor planning during a multi-segment object manipulation task
Christian Seegelke, Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Christoph Schütz, Thomas Schack
Experimental Brain Research
Effects of stimulus cueing on bimanual grasp posture planning
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Christian Seegelke, Paola Reißig, Christoph Schütz
Experimental Brain Research
Posture based motor planning in a sequential grasping task
Breanna E. Studenka, Christian Seegelke, Christoph Schütz, Thomas Schack
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition

2011

An investigation into manual asymmetries in grasp behavior and kinematics during an object manipulation task
Christian Seegelke, Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Thomas Schack
Experimental Brain Research
Motor planning and execution in left- and right-handed individuals during a bimanual grasping and placing task
Charmayne M.L. Hughes, Paola Reißig, Christian Seegelke
Acta Psychologica