B6
Dr. Lisa Maurer, Prof. Dr. Hegele and Prof. Dr. Müller

Predictive error perception in complex natural environments

Project B6 combines electrophysiological methods with behavioral experiments to investigate how the cardinal mechanisms prediction and valuation interact to promote adaptation and learning of natural, complex movements. We plan to study predictive perception in the natural unfolding of expertise in elite basketball athletes. In contrast, we will elucidate the disadvantages of compromised action monitoring for motor learning in individuals with schizophrenia. We will further examine whether and how predictive error perception can be used to maximize perceptual information gain, minimize feedback delays in motor learning, and promote goal-directed object interaction.

new project-related publications
Arbuzova, P., Peters, C., Röd, L., Koß, C., Maurer, H., Maurer, L., Müller, H., Verrel, J., & Filevich, E. (2021). Measuring metacognition of direct and indirect parameters of voluntary movement. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. find preprint, DATA
Huang, J., Hegele, M., & Billino, J. (2018). Motivational modulation of age-related effects on reaching adaptation. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2285. find paper DOI
Joch, M., Döhring, F. R., Maurer, L. K., & Müller, H. (2018). Inference statistical analysis of continuous data based on confidence bands—Traditional and new approaches. Behavior research methods, 1-14. find paper, DATA
Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H., & Maurer, L. K. (2018a). Accuracy of motor error predictions for different sensory signals. Frontiers in psychology, 9, 1376 .find paper DOI
Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H., & Maurer, L. K. (2018b). Online movement monitoring modulates feedback processing in motor learning: an analysis of event-related potentials. Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 6(s1), S138-S153. find paper
Krause, D., Koers, T. & Maurer, L. K. (2019). Valence-dependent brain potentials of processing augmented feedback in learning a complex arm movement sequence. Psychophysiology, 57(3), e13508. find paper
Maurer, L. K., Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. (2019). Predictive error processing distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant errors after visuomotor learning. Journal of Vision, 19(4):18, 1-13. find paper DOI
Maurer, L. K., Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. (2021). Relevance of predictive and postdictive error information in the course of motor learning. Neuroscience. in press.
Maurer, L. K., Maurer, H., Hegele, M., & Mueller, H. (2021). Can Stephen Curry really know?-Conscious access to outcome prediction of motor actions.bioRxiv. find preprint DOI
former project-related publications
Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. (2015). Explicit and implicit components of visuo-motor adaptation: An analysis of individual differences. Consciousness and Cognition, 33:156-169. find paper
Joch , M., Hegele , M., Maurer, H., Müller , H., & Maurer , L. K. (2017b). Online movement monitoring modulates feedback processing in motor learning: an analysis of event-related potentials. Journal of Motor Learning and Development , in press. find paper
Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H., & Maurer, L. K. (2017a). Brain negativity as an indicator of predictive error processing-The contribution of visual action effect monitoring. Journal of Neurophysiology , jn-00036. DOI find paper
Joch, M., Jäger, J.M., Maurer, H., Maurer, L.K. & Müller, H. (2017). Artificial Neural Networks Predicting the Outcome of a Throwing Task – Effects of input quantity and quality. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, in press. find paper
Maurer, L. K., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. (2015). Neural correlates of error prediction in a complex motor task. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. find paper
Maurer, L. K., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. (2017). Analysis of timing variability in human movements by aligning parameter curves in time - Demonstrated by the example of throwing. Behavior Research Methods, in press. DOI find paper
Maurer, L. K., Sammer, G., Maurer, H., Bischoff, M., & Müller, H. (2014). Timing accuracy in self-timed movements related to neural indicators of movement initiation. Human Movement Science, 10, 37:42-57. find paper
Schween, R. & Hegele , M. (2017). Feedback delay attenuates implicit but facilitates explicit adjustments to a visuomotor rotation. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 140, 124-133. find paper