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Ausgewählte Literatur von Prof. Dr. med. W.H. Zangemeister.

Abstracts und pdf´s der Publikationen von Prof.Dr.W.H.Zangemeister finden sich auch auf der NIH-Website unter: 
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Foveal versus parafoveal scanpaths of visual imagery in virtual hemianopic subjects
Wolfgang H. Zangemeister, Thomas Liman 2007; Volume 37: Pages 975-982, Abstract

Sophisticated string analysis [compressed regional string analysis, cRSE] shows significant differences following therapeutical masking of the foveal region during a virtual hemianopia. The visual...

Bonnard´s Representation of the Perception of Substance.
Privitera CM. Stark LW, Zangemeister, WH: Journal of Eye Movement Research 2007; 1: 1-6

Artists are said to be like neuroscientists able to exploit the capacities of the brain to generate aesthetic experience (Zeki, 2001). Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) has been recognized as one of the...

Eye movements in patients with Neglect compared to Hemianopia show space-centred attention when fixating rotating objects.
Fuehr MK, Zangemeister WH. Neurol Res. 2005 ;27(3):302-9.

To determine whether attention operates in space-based or object-based coordinates, Neglect patients were confronted with a rotating object. After the object had undergone a 180-degree rotation a...

Zum Problem der Fahrerlaubnis bei Patienten mit homonymer Hemianopsie,
Zangemeister WH: in: Fahreignung bei Neurologischen Erkrankungen, ed. Ch Dettmers und C Weiller, Stuttgart 2004; pp.260-265

Bei einem gezielten geeigneten Training kann die koordinierte Blickkoordination bewusst aktiviert und optimiert werden kann, so dass überlange Reaktionszeiten auf Ziele aus dem blinden Halbfeld...

Cognitive neuro-visual rehabilitation and driving ability II
W. H. Zangemeister, A. Becker, H. Hökendorf, Neurol Rehabil 2002; 8 (5): 247-255, Abstract.

In the second part, we report the results of ten years of training experience with neurological patients using the car driving simulator used at the neurological rehabilitation clinic at the...

Cognitive neuro-visual rehabilitation and driving ability I
W. H. Zangemeister, A. Becker, H. Hökendorf . Neurol Rehabil 2002; 8 (4): 173-186, Abstract.

In the first part, we report about a quantitative evaluation, where we compare eye movements (EM) of 20 hemianopic patients with EM of healthy subjects while viewing abstract and realistic pictures...

An increase in a virtual hemianopic field defect enhances the efficiency of secondary adaptive gaze strategies.
Zangemeister WH, Utz P . Current Psychology of Cognition 2002; 21: 281-303

We report findings about search and scanpath eye movements (EMs) in normal healthy subjects that had to deal with a virtual homonymous hemianopia (VHH) that compared exactly to the deficit of...

Zum Problem der Fahrerlaubnis bei Patienten mit homonymer Hemianopsie.
Zangemeister WH: Neurologie & Rehabil 2001;7: 254-257

Bei einem gezielten geeigneten Training kann die koordinierte Blickkoordination bewusst aktiviert und optimiert werden kann, so dass überlange Reaktionszeiten auf Ziele aus dem blinden Halbfeld...

Visual Imagery in Hemianopic Patients.
Joystone Gbadamosi and Wolfgang H. Zangemeister, J Cogn Neurosci 2001, Vol. 13, Pages 855-866

In this article we report some findings about visual imagery in patients with stable homonymous hemianopia compared to healthy control subjects. These findings were obtained by analyzing the gaze...

Adaptation to visual field defects with virtual reality scotoma in healthy subjects.
Zangemeister WH, Oechsner U: In: Current Oculomotor Research, ed. by Becker et al, Plenum Press, New York 1999, pp.89-92

Normal Subjects (Ss) show a stairstep-overshoot saccadic strategy similar to hemianopic patients either when confronted with a virtual reality model of an artificial hemianopia using eye position...

Quantitative Untersuchung von Blickbewegungen während Visual imagery bei Hemianopikern und Normalprobanden.
Gbadamosi J, Oechsner U, Zangemeister WH: Neurologie & Rehabil 1997; 3: 165-173 Abstract.

Maladaptation of the visual system is a common and well-known finding after posterior territorial stroke. We examined the neuropsychological behaviour of eye movements using infrared oculography in...

Visual Attention and Cognition Evidence for scanpaths in hemianopic patients shown through string editing methods.
Zangemeister WH, U Oechsner: Advances in Psychology 1996; 116: 197-22

In continuation of earlier studies, we recorded gaze movements in patients with hemianopic visual field defects primarily due to stroke. Use of high resolution infrared oculography enabled us...

Target predictability influences the distribution of coordinated eye-head-gaze saccades in patients with homonymous hemianopia.
Schoepf D, Zangemeister WH: Neurol Research 1996;18: 425-440

In hemianopic patients target predictability plays a differential role for the distribution of different types of initial saccades. A linear correlation was shown to exist between the adaptive...

Visual Attention and Cognution
von ed. Wolfgang H Zangemeister, S.Stiehl und C.Freksa Elsevier, Amsterdam 1996

In this synopsis an introduction and overview is given with regard to the functional anatomical and clinical neurophysiological aspects of visual attention and cognition.

Evidence for a global scanpath strategy in viewing abstract compared with realistic images
W. H. Zangemeister, K. Shermanb and L. Stark, Neuropsychologia Volume 33, Issue 8, August 1995, Pages 1009-1025, Abstract

Scanpaths, the repetitive sequences of saccadic eye movements, occurred when subjects viewed slide projections of both realistic and abstract art. Variance analysis demonstrated that global/local...

Short-term adaptation of eye movements in patients with visual hemifield defects indicates high level control of human scanpath.
Zangemeister WH, Oechsner U, Freksa C; Optometry & Vision Sci[1995, 72(7):467-77]

In continuation of earlier studies, we recorded gaze movements in patients with hemianopic visual field defects primarily due to stroke. Use of high resolution infrared oculography enabled us to...

Preview control of: efficacy of prediction modulates eye-head interaction during human gaze saccades.
Moschner C, Zangemeister WH. Neurol Res. 1993; 15(6):417-32. Abstract.

Healthy human subjects made orienting saccades towards visual target stimuli, either with the head fixed or during intended time optimal head movements. Four experimental paradigms were used to...

Correlation of ocular motor reading strategies to the status of adaptation in patients with hemianopic visual field defects
Schoepf D, Zangemeister WH:. Ann N Y Acad Sci.1993; 682:404-408

To compensate for hemianopia it is necessary to have appropriate ocular motor strategies for eflicient use of the remaining half of the visual field. We demonstrated that patients with pure...

Gaze movements: patterns linking latency and VOR gain
W. H. Zangemeister and L. Stark. Neuro-Ophthalmology 1989; Vol. 9 : Pages 299-308

Eye-movements alone can shift gaze. For head movement to contribute to gaze directly, it is necessary to suppress the vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) while rotating the head. The authors describe...

Adaptation of Gaze to Eccentric Fixation in Homonymous Hemianopia.
Zangemeister WH, Dannheim F, Kunze K: In:
Adaptive Processes in Visual and Oculomotor Systems, ed. By EL Keller and D Zee. Adv. in Biosci. 1986; 57: 247 252, Elsevier Amsterdam New York, Abstract.

Patients with homonymus hemianopia (HH) display typical disabilities to acquire visual targets in their blind hemifield. In a HEAD FIXED situation they develop characteristic strategies of ocular...

Pathological types of eye and head gaze-coordination in neurological disorders
W. H. Zangemeister and Lawrence W. Stark, Neuro.Ophthalmology 1983, Vol. 3, No. 4 , Pages 259-276

The patterns of coordinated eye-head movements in gaze shift are influenced by preconditions of the experimental protocol. Gaze shift movements fall into four distinct types with respect to...

Eye-head coordination in homonymous hemianopia.
Zangemeister WH, Meienberg O, Stark L, Hoyt W: J Neurol 1982; 225: 243-254, summary.

Quantitative studies of latencies and trajectories of eye-head movements during visual search and fixation in patients with occipital hemianopia show that (l)the latency of head movement is...

Types of gaze movement: Variable interactions of eye and head movements
Zangemeister WH and LW Stark. Experimental Neurology Volume 77, Issue 3, September 1982, Pages 563-577, Abstract

The patterns of coordinated eye-head movement in gaze shift are influenced by preconditions of the experimental protocol, such as the predictability and amplitude of the stimulus and the subject's...

Gaze latency: Variable interactions of head and eye latency
Wolfgang H. Zangemeistera, b, c, 2 and Lawrence Starka, b, c, 1
Experimental Neurology Volume 75, Issue 2, February 1982, Pages 389-406, Abstract

Head movement latencies are greater than eye movement latencies because of dynamic biomechanical lags. Our EMG recordings show equal latencies in the controller signals to eye movement and to...

Eye-head coordination in homonymous hemianopia
W. H. Zangemeister, O. Meienberg, L. Stark und W. F. Hoyt, Journal of Neurology Volume 226, Number 4, 243-254

Quantitative studies of latencies and trajectories of eye-head movements during visual search and fixation in patients with occipital hemianopia show that (1) the latency of head movement is...

Saccadic eye movement strategies in patients with homonymous hemianopia.
Meienberg O, Zangemeister WH, Rosenberg M, Hoyt WF, Stark L. Ann Neurol. 1981 Jun;9(6):537-44. Abstract

Infrared oculographic recordings from three patients with hemianopia due to an occipital lesion showed that these patients employed a consistent set of (presumably unconscious) compensatory...

Active head rotations, eye-head coordination, homonymous hemianopia.
Zangemeister WH, Stark L: Annals NY Acad Sci 1981; 374: 540-559 Summary.

Head movements play an important role in gaze: the interaction between eye and head movements involves both their shared role in directing gaze and the compensatory vestibular ocular reflex....