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Sabine Jatzev

Dipl.-Psych. Sabine Jatzev


Martiusstr. 4 (room 005)

Postal address:
Experimental Psychology
Ludwig Maximilian University Munich
Leopoldstr. 13
80802 München

Further Information

Research Interests

  • Motor coordination and motor planning in joint action
  • EEG single trial analysis, Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)



Book Chapters

Zander T.O., Kothe C., Jatzev S., Gaertner M. (in press). Enhancing Human-Computer Interaction with input from active and passive Brain-Computer Interfaces. In Tan, Nijholt (Eds.): (B+H)CI: The Human in Brain-Computer Interfaces and the Brain in Human-Computer Interactions.


Conference Proceedings

Reissland J., Kothe C., Jatzev S., Welke S., Gärtner M. & Zander T.O. (2009). BCI detection of complex covert user states - or: Can we detect bluffing in a game? Tagungsband 8. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme, Berlin, Germany.

Zander, T.O., Jatzev, S. (2009). Detecting affective covert user states with passive Brain-Computer Interfaces. In Proceedings of the ACII 2009. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press.

S. Jatzev, T. O. Zander, M. DeFlilippis, C. Kothe, S. Welke, and M. Roetting (2008). Examining causes for non-stationarities: The loss of controllabilityis a factor which induces non- stationarities. In Proc. of the 4th Int. BCI Workshop & Training Course, Graz University of Technology Publishing House, Graz, Austria.

T. Zander, C. Kothe , S.Jatzev, R.Dashuber, S. Welke, M. De Filippis, M. Rötting (2008). Team PhyPA: Developing applications for Brain-Computer Interaction. Brain-Computer Interfaces for HCI and Games Proceedings of the CHI 2008 Workshop, Florence, Italy, April 05th, 2008.


Conference Abstracts

Jatzev S., Zander T.O., Kothe C., Rötting M., Manzey D. Increasing the specificity of a Brain-Computer Interface based on error potentials. BBCI Workshop 2009 - Advances in Neurotechnology, Berlin.

S. Jatzev, T.O. Zander, De Filippis, Kothe, Welke, Schubert, Fowinkel, Roetting (2007). Examining causes for non-stationarities: The loss of controllability is a factor which induces non-stationarities. Neuroscience 2007, San Diego, USA, November 3-7.