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Dr. Lukasz Grzeczkowski

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Leopoldstr. 13,
80802,
Munich

Room: 2106
Phone: +49 (0) 89 2180 6229
Fax: +49 (0) 89 2180 5211

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Publications

  1. Grzeczkowski, L., Roinishvili, M., Chkonia, Brand, A., E., Mast, F.W., Herzog, M.H. Shaqiri, A., (in press). Is the perception of illusions abnormal in schizophrenia?
  2. Shaqiri, A., Roinishvili, M., Grzeczkowski, L., Chkonia, E., Pilz, K., Mohr, C., Brand, A., Kunchulia, M., Herzog, M.H. (2018)Sex-related differences in vision are heterogeneous Scientific Reports, 8(1), 1-10.
  3. Galliussi, J., Grzeczkowski, L., Gerbino, W., Herzog, M.H., Bernardis, P. (2017). Is lack of attention necessary for task-irrelevant perceptual learning? Vision Research, doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2017.10.006
  4. Grzeczkowski, L., Cretenoud, A., Herzog, M.H., Mast, F.W. (2017). Perceptual learning is specific beyond vision and decision making. Journal of Vision, 17(6):6, 1-11.
  5. Herzog, M. H., Cretenoud, A. F., & Grzeczkowski, L. (2017). What is new in perceptual learning? Journal of Vision,17(1):23, 1–4.
  6. Grzeczkowski, L., Clarke, A., Francis, G., Mast, F.W., Herzog, M.H. (2016). About individual differences in vision. Vision Research, 151, 282-292.
  7. Szumska. I., van der Lubbe, R., Grzeczkowski, L., Herzog, M.H. (2016). Does sensitivity in a visual binary choice task depend on response modality? Consciousness & Cognition, 43. 57-65.
  8. Grzeczkowski, L., Tartaglia, E. M., Mast, F. W., & Herzog, M. H. (2015). Linking perceptual learning with identical stimuli to imagery perceptual learning. Journal of Vision, 15(10): 13, 1–8.
  9. van Wassenhove, V., Grzeczkowski, L. (2015). Visual-induced expectations modulate auditory cortical responses. Frontiers in Neuroscience,9:11.1-10.
  10. Clarke, A.M., Grzeczkowski, L., Mast, F.W., Gauthier, I., Herzog, M.H. (2013). Deleterious Effects of Roving on Learned Tasks. Vision Research, 99.88-92.
  11. Gorea, A., Grzeczkowski, L., Raider, D. (2010). Free will or not: causality preserved but access to motor decisions obscured. Nature Precedings, <http://hdl.handle.net/10101/npre.2010.4633.1>.