C7
Prof. Dr. Võ

Effekte des szenischen Kontexts auf semantische Objektkategorisierungen

Die Kategorisierung von Objekten kann nicht verstanden werden ohne ein Verständnis des Kontextes. Projekt C7 möchte daher die Entstehung von hierarchischen Objekt-Kontext-Assoziationen in realistischen Szenen untersuchen, mittels einer Mischung von Methoden, die Blickbewegungsmessungen in VR, EEG und Computermodellierung beinhalten. Unsere TeilnehmerInnen werden dazu die Grammatik von künstlichen Szenen in VR erlernen, während wir Augenbewegungen und EEG aufzeichnen. Mit Hilfe jüngster Fortschritte in der Computer Vision werden wir die Entstehung der Grammatik von Szenen untersuchen, während DNNs lernen, immer realistischere Bilder realer Szenenkategorien zu synthetisieren. Schließlich werden wir die Entwicklung von Objekt-Kontext-Assoziationen über die Lebensspanne und über die Wahrnehmungsdomäne hinaus untersuchen.

Neue Projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen
Beitner, J., Helbing, J., Draschkow, D., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2021). Get your guidance going: Investigating the activation of spatial priors for efficient search in virtual reality. Brain Sciences, 11, 44, 1-17. find paper, DATA
Boettcher, S. E. P., Draschkow, D., Dienhart, E., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2018). Anchoring visual search in scene: Assessing the role of anchor objects on eye movements during visual search. Journal of Vision, 18(13), 11. find paper, DATA
David, E., Beitner, J., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2020). Effects of Transient Loss of Vision on Head and Eye Movements during Visual Search in a Virtual Environment. Brain Sciences, 10(11), 841. find paper
David, E., Beitner, J., Võ, M. L.-H. (2021). Peripheral vision is critical when searching in omnidirectional scenes: agaze-contingent study in virtual reality. J Vis, in press. (available at: https://bit.ly/sfb135), DATA
Gregorová*, K., Turini*, J., Gagl, B., Võ, M. L.-H. (2021). Access to meaningfrom visual input: Object and word frequency effects in categorization behavior. PsyArXiv, [*equal contribution] (available at: psyarxiv.com/37a9q)
Helbing, J., Draschkow, D., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2020). Search superiority: Goal-directed attentional allocation creates more reliable incidental identity and location memory than explicit encoding in naturalistic virtual environments. Cognition, 196, 104147. find paper, DATA
Lauer, T., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2021). The ingredients of scenes that affect object search and perception. In: Ionescu B, Bainbridge WA, Murray N (Eds.).Human perception of visual information: Psychological and computational perspectives. Springer, in press. (available at: https://bit.ly/sfb135)
Lauer, T., Cornelissen, T. H., Draschkow, D., Willenbockel, V., & Võ, M. L. H. (2018). The role of scene summary statistics in object recognition. Scientific reports, 8(1), 1-12. find paper, DATA
Lauer, T., Willenbockel, V., Maffongelli, L., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2020). The influence of scene and object orientation on the scene consistency effect. Behavioural Brain Research, 112812. find paper, DATA
Öhlschlager, S., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2020). Development of scene knowledge: Evidence from explicit and implicit scene knowledge measures. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 194, 104782. find paper
Võ, M. L.-H. (2021). The Meaning and Structures of Scenes. Vision Research, 181, 10-20. find paper
Võ, M. L.-H., Boettcher, S. E., & Draschkow, D. (2019). Reading scenes: How scene grammar guides attention and aids perception in real-world environments. Current Opinion in Psychology, 29, 205-210. find paper
Ältere projektrelevante Veröffentlichungen
Cornelissen, T. H. W., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2016). Stuck on semantics: Processing of irrelevant object-scene inconsistencies modulates ongoing gaze behavior. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 79(1), 154-168. find paper
Draschkow, D., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2016). Of “what” and “where” in a natural search task: Active object handling supports object location memory beyond the object’s identity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics . 78, 1574-1584. find paper
Draschkow, D., Wolfe, J.M., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2014). Seek and you shall remember: Scene semantics interact with visual search to build better memories. Journal of Vision, 14(8):10, 1–18. find paper
Josephs, E. L., Draschkow, D., Wolfe, J. M., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2016). Gist in time: Scene semantics and structure enhance recall of searched objects. Acta Psychologica , 169, 100–108. find paper
Öhlschlager, S., & Võ, M. L.-H. (2016). SCEGRAM: An image database for semantic and syntactic inconsistencies in scenes. Behavior research methods . find paper
Võ , M. L. - H., & Wolfe, J. M. (2013a). Differential ERP Signatures Elicited by Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Scenes. Psychological Science, 24(9), 1816–1823. find paper
Võ M. L.-H., & Wolfe, J. M. (2015). The role of memory for visual search in scenes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences . 1339, 72–81. find paper
Võ, M. L.-H., & Wolfe, J. M. (2012). When does repeated search in scenes involve memory? Looking at versus looking for objects in scenes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38(1), 23-41. find paper
Võ, M. L.-H., & Wolfe, J. M. (2013b). The interplay of episodic and semantic memory in guiding repeated search in scenes. Cognition, 126, 198–212. find paper
Võ, M. L.-H., Aizenman, A. M. & Wolfe, J. M. (2016). You think you know where you looked? You better look again. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance , Vol 42(10), 1477-1481. find paper
Wolfe, J. M., Vo, M. L.-H., Evans, K., & Greene, M. R. (2011). Visual search in scenes involves selective and nonselective pathways. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15(2), 77-84. find paper