Prof. Dr.

Jutta Billino

Prof. Dr. Jutta Billino

Dr. Jutta Billino

Der Schwerpunkt meiner Forschung liegt auf interindividuellen Differenzen der visuellen Wahrnehmung und der sensomotorischen Kontrolle. Mein Interesse gilt der Frage, wie Sensorik, Motorik, Kognition und Motivation miteinander verwoben sind und wie dieses Zusammenspiel zwischen verschiedenen Personen variiert. Meine Projekte beschäftigen sich sowohl mit der Variabilität in gesunden Stichproben als auch mit Einschränkungen in verschiedenen Patientengruppen. Altersbedingte Unterschiede bei Gesunden erlauben mir Einblicke in funktionelle Grenzen, aber auch in das Plastizitätspotential im Erwachsenenalter. Mein Ziel ist es, ein übergreifendes Verständnis der Komplexität von Alterungsprozessen zu fördern und die Mechanismen zu charakterisieren, die erfolgreiches Altern unterstützen.

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Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen
FB 06 Psychologie und Sportwissenschaft
Otto-Behaghel-Straße 10F
35394 Gießen
+49 (0)641 99 26 112
+49 (0)641 99 26 119
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  • Billino, J. & Pilz, K.S. (2019). Motion perception as a model for perceptual aging. Journal of Vision, 19(4):3, 1-28. find paper
  • Billino, J., & Drewing, K. (2018). Age effects on visuo-haptic length discrimination: Evidence for optimal integration of senses in senior adults. Multisensory Research, 31(3-4), 273-300. find paper DOI
  • Billino, J., Hennig, J., & Gegenfurtner, K. (2016a). Association between COMT genotype and the control of memory guided saccades: Individual differences in healthy adults reveal a detrimental role of dopamine. Vision Research. DOI find paper
  • Billino, J., Hennig, J., & Gegenfurtner, K. (2016b). The role of dopamine in anticipatory pursuit eye movements: Insights from genetic polymorphisms in healthy adults. eNeuro, 3(6). DOI find paper
  • Billino, J., van Belle, G., Rossion, B., & Schwarzer, G. (2018b). What contributes to face recognition performance in preschool children? New insights from a gaze-contingent paradigm. Cognitive Development, 47, 168-180. find paper DOI
  • Billino, J., van Belle, G., Rossion, B., & Schwarzer, G. (2018a). The nature of individual face recognition in preschool children: Insights from a gaze-contingent paradigm. Cognitive Development, 47, 168-180. find paper DOI
  • Hesse, C., Billino, J., & Schenk, T. (2018). On the role of V1 in avoiding obstacles. Cortex, 98, 276-282. find paper
  • Hesse, C., Koroknai, L., & Billino, J. (2018). Individual differences in processing resources modulate bimanual interference in pointing. Psychological research, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00426-018-1050-3 find paper DOI
  • Huang , J., Gegenfurtner , K. R., Schütz , A. C., & Billino , J. (2017). Saccadic adaptation reveals differential ageing processes. Journal of Vision , 17(6):9, 1-18. DOI find paper
  • Huang, J., Hegele, M., & Jutta, B. (2018). Huang, J., Hegele, M., & Jutta, B. (2018). Motivational modulation of age-related effects on reaching adaptation. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2285. find paper DOI
  • Kangur, K., Billino, J., & Hesse, C. (2017). Keeping safe: Intra-individual consistency in obstacle avoidance behaviour across grasping and locomotion tasks. i-Perception, 8(1). DOI find paper
  • Ross, A. I., Schenk, T., Billino, J., Macleod, M. J., & Hesse, C. (2018). Avoiding unseen obstacles: Subcortical vision is not sufficient to maintain normal obstacle avoidance behaviour during reaching. Cortex, 98, 177-193.
  • Schmalenbach, S.B., Billino, J., Kircher, T., van Kemenade, B.M., & Straube, B. (2017). Links between gestures and multisensory processing: individual differences suggest a compensation mechanism. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:1828 find paper DOI
  • Valsecchi, M., Billino, J., & Gegenfurtner, K. R. (2018). Healthy aging is associated with decreased risk-taking in motor decision-making. Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance, 44(1), 154. find paper DOI
  • Valsecchi, M., Billino, J., & Gegenfurtner, K.R. (2017). Healthy aging is associated with decreased risk-taking in a motor decision-making. JEP HPP. DOI find paper

Ältere projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen

  • Billino, J., Braun, D., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner, K. (2011). Challenges to normal neural functioning provide insights into separability of motion processing mechanisms. Neuropsychologia, 49, 3151-3163.
  • Billino, J., Braun, D.I., Böhm, K.-D., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner, K.R. (2009). Cortical networks for motion processing: Effects of focal brain lesions on perception of different motion types. Neuropsychologia, 47, 2133-2144.
  • Billino, J., Bremmer, F., & Gegenfurtner K.R. (2008). Differential aging of motion processing mechanisms: Evidence against general perceptual decline. Vision Research, 48, 1254-1261.
  • Billino, J., Hamburger, K., & Gegenfurtner, K.R. (2009b). Age effects on the perception of motion illusions. Perception, 38(4), 508-521.
  • Billino, J., Luerßen, J., von Renteln-Kruse, W., Mühlhan, C., & Rösler, A. (2011). Effects of subcortical vascular dementia and aging on negative and neutral word list learning. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 31, 188-194.
  • Rösler, A., Billino, J., Müller, N., Weidauer, S., Steinmetz, H., & Kleinschmidt, A. (2005a). Visual search in patients with subcortical vascular dementia: short fixations but long reaction-times. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 20, 375-380.
  • Rösler, A., Ulrich, C., Billino, J., Sterzer, P., Weidauer, S., Bernhardt, T., Steinmetz, H., Frölich, L., & Kleinschmidt, A. (2005). Effects of arousing emotional scenes on the distribution of visuospatial attention: changes with aging and early subcortical vascular dementia. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 229-230, 109-116.